Frequently Asked Questions

For simplicity, we align our user permissions with that of your repository provider (e.g. Bitbucket or GitHub). If a user can see a pull request in that system, they will be able to see the pull request analysis report in our system.

Actions to configure how Pull-up works, such as enabling Pull-up for certain repositories, is limited to Bitbucket Administrators or GitHub Owners (depending on the type of team).

We currently support the .NET Platform. We build any Visual Studio solution targeting either .NET Framework 4.7.1 (or earlier) or .NET Core 1.1 (or earlier).

Pull-up securely stores meta-data that constitutes our analysis report, which includes the repository name, file name and lines of code proximate to issues we record.

When a new pull request is opened for a repository configured to be analyzed by Pull-up, we'll do what is known as a "shallow clone" of that branch. We keep this source code checked out long enough to generate our analysis report, and then the source code is deleted.

Pull-up securely stores meta-data that constitutes our analysis report, which includes the repository name, file name and lines of code proximate to issues we record.

Pull-up is free for private personal repositories and all public (open-source) repositories. Please see our Pricing Info page for cost information for private team repositories.

In addition, we offer free licenses for most Not-for-profit and Educational uses. To apply for a free license, please contact us.

Roughly speaking, pricing for Pull-up scales up or down automatically based on your team size.

Specifically, on the day that your invoice is generated, we calculate the total number of users that have write access to the private repositories that Pull-up supports and analyzes. See the Pricing Info page for the current cost per user.

Yes - please contact us to request this, or for any other billing inquiries.