SARIF Viewer for Visual Studio Code
A Visual Studio Code extension that adds support for viewing SARIF logs. SARIF log results can be viewed as squiggles in your source, in the Problems list, or in a dedicated SARIF Results Panel. The SARIF Results Panel offers richer grouping, filtering, column, and details options over the standard Problems list.
Version 3 incorporates many feedback-based improvements:
- Improved keyboard accessibility within the SARIF Results Panel. Arrow key through the list of results.
- Resizable details section within the SARIF Results Panel.
- Generally improved performance and responsiveness.
- Automatic reconciliation of URIs between the SARIF log and your local workspace in most cases.
To focus our efforts, we have dropped some less-used and less-reliable features:
- Support for old SARIF versions - We now strictly support the public standard version 2.1.0. Older versions can be upgraded with the standalone SARIF Multitool (via nuget and npm).
- Conversion of external formats to SARIF - We recommend the standalone SARIF Multitool (via nuget and npm) for conversion.
- SARIF Results Panel (previously "SARIF Explorer") view state is no longer exposed as settings.
rootpaths setting as been removed.
If these changes adversely affect your project, please let us know.
Install this extension from the Extension Marketplace within Visual Studio Code.
SARIF logs (
*.sarif) can be opened several ways:
- Open as a document. The SARIF Results Panel will automatically be shown.
- Manually show the SARIF Results Panel with command
sarif.showPanel. Then click "Open SARIF log". If logs are already open, open additional logs via the folder icon at the top of the SARIF Results Panel.
- Call from another extension. See the "API" section below.
We welcome feedback via issues.
An extension-to-extension public API is offered. This API is defined at
src/extension/index.d.ts. An example of another extension calling this extension:
const sarifExt = extensions.getExtension('MS-SarifVSCode.sarif-viewer');
if (!sarifExt.isActive) await sarifExt.activate();
Note: TypeScript typings for
Extension<T> are forthcoming.
We collect basic anonymous information such as activation and the versions/schemas of any logs opened. Opt-in or out via the general Visual Studio Code setting
F5 launches this extension. Subsequent changes are watched and rebuilt. Use command
workbench.action.reloadWindow to see the changes. For more details see Contributing to SARIF Viewer.
Other common tasks:
npm run server
Panel standalone at
|Run and watch unit tests. Bails on failure. Useful during development.
npm test -- --bail false --watch false
|Run tests once. Useful for reporting.
npx vsce package
|Produce a VSIX.