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The option can be accessed in the “Settings” tab of the repo. Under the “Security” heading is the “Code security and analysis” section, which contains the new code scanning setup toolbox. Users need to select the “Set up” button and proceed to the “Default” option.
“When you click on ‘Default,’ you’ll automatically see a tailored configuration summary based on the contents of the repository,” adds Chabbott. “This includes the languages detected in the repository, the query packs that will be used, and the events that will trigger scans. In the future, these options will be customizable.”
After reviewing the CodeQL default configuration, users simply need to click the “Enable CodeQL” option to finalize the setting, allowing code scanning to run on the repository automatically.
“We are working hard to make this experience available for all languages supported by the CodeQL analysis engine,” says Chabbott. “We will continue rolling out support for new languages based on popularity and build complexity over the next six months.”