Puma Scan’s 1.5 release is an update for the Puma Scan End User, Server, and Azure DevOps Editions.
End User Edition for Visual Studio Code requires Visual Studio Code for Windows, macOS, or Linux and the .net 6, .net 5, or .netcore 3.1 SDK.
End User Edition for Visual Studio 2022 requires Visual Studio 2022 v17.0 or higher.
End User Edition for Visual Studio 2019 requires Visual Studio 2019 v16.0 or higher.
Server Edition requires a Windows Server with the following:
.NET Framework v4.7.2
The Build Tools for Visual Studio 2019 and 2022 are both supported. Ensure you have at least 1 of the following installed:
Build Tools 2022 version 17.0 or higher
Build Tools 2019 version 16.4 or higher
Azure DevOps Edition requires a hosted Azure Build Pipeline using the vs2017-win2016, windows-2019 or windows-2022 build agent.
All rules have been updated to reflect any new namespaces in the .NET 6 framework.
The following rules now support adding custom sinks to the solution’s .pumafile. This enables users to fine tune and customize their Puma Scan experience even further. Please see the User Guide for more information on how to define a custom sink.
Custom Sink Supported Rules: