Sign Up and Install P42 for GitHub

To use P42 for GitHub, you will need to sign up with a GitHub account.

  1. Go to and click on Sign Up.
  2. Sign in to GitHub.
  3. Click on Install P42 app, then
    • Click Install (when you have only a personal account), or
    • Click to select a personal or organization account. This grants the P42 app the necessary permissions to analyze your code and provide suggestions. P42 install multiple repositories
  4. In the Install page, choose the GitHub repositories in which to install the P42 app.
    • All repositories - This options installs and grants the app access to all existing and future repositories associated with the GitHub account. Install in all repositories
    • Only select repositories - Install and grant the P42 app access to specific repositories. From the Select repositories dropdown box, click to add a repository from the list. Repeat this step to add multiple repositories. You can click X to remove unwanted repositories. Install P42 in all repositories

      ℹ️  You can select public or private GitHub repositories, depending on your P42 plan.

  5. Review your P42 configuration, and click on Install to proceed with the installation. Review P42 installation settings

Once the installation is complete, P42 automatically starts the codebase analysis on all selected GitHub repositories that are not forked. For forked repositories, you need to enable the analysis on the repository page.

Uninstall P42

To uninstall the P42 app from your GitHub account:

  1. Go to the Repositories page. Click on GitHub Configuration for the account you want to uninstall the P42 app from.
  2. In the P42 app configuration page, scroll down to the Danger zone section and click on Uninstall.
  3. Click OK to confirm and proceed with uninstalling the P42 app.