Exakat Cloud supports Github Cloud to create an Exakat Cloud Account and bind your Github Cloud Account to you Exakat Cloud Account.
When you use Github Cloud to register and bind your Github Cloud Account to Exakat Cloud, Exakat read your personal information, read to all repositories and write to all repositories to which your account is linked.
Exakat Cloud displays the list of all public or private repositories to which your account is linked so that you can add them to a Exakat Cloud Project as repositories to be analyzed.
Currently, the integration between Exakat Cloud and Github Cloud has the following features :
- list all project to which the user is : owner or member
- avoid code access and analyse as of the user is not autorized any more
- synchronize compte, repository and branch after each log-in Exakat Cloud
Currently, the integration between Exakat Cloud and your Github Cloud Account request the following permissions and scope :
|user||Grants read/write access to profile info only|
|repo||Grants full access to repositories, including private repositories. That includes read/write access to code, commit statuses, repository and organization projects, invitations, collaborators, adding team memberships, deployment statuses, and repository webhooks for repositories and organizations. Also grants ability to manage user projects.|
If necessary, you can revoke our Exakat Cloud acces in your Github Cloud Account
Currently, the integration between Exakat Cloud and Github Cloud has the following limitations :
Managed Teams in Github Cloud are not supported inside Exakat Cloud.