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Problems of testing 64-bit applications
Andrey Karpov, Evgeniy Ryzhkov
The article observes some questions related to testing the 64-bit software. Some difficulties which a developer of resource-intensive 64-bit applications may face and the ways to overcome them are described.
Mar 27 2007
Driver Development for Windows 64-bit
Evgeniy Ryzhkov
Questions concerned with the release of drivers for 64-bit versions of Windows are considered in this article. Some typical problems and the ways of their solutions are listed in the article as well as tools which simplify the process of drivers developing.
Mar 24 2007
20 issues of porting C++ code to the 64-bit platform
Andrey Karpov, Evgeniy Ryzhkov
Program errors occurring while porting C++ code from 32-bit platforms to 64-bit are observed. Examples of the incorrect code, and the ways to correct it are given. Methods and means of the code analysis which allow diagnosis of the errors discussed, are listed.
Mar 01 2007
64-bits for C++ Developers: from /Wp64 to Viva64
Andrey Karpov
The development of the 64-bit solutions market has given some new tasks in the field of their verification and testing. The article describes one of such tools - Viva64. It's a lint-like static code analyzer assigned for exposure of errors related with the peculiarities of the 64-bit platforms. The prerequisites for the creation of such an analyzer and its connection with the "Detect 64-Bit Portability Issues" mode in C++ compiler Visual Studio 2005 are covered in the article.
Feb 03 2007
Viva64: working up of 64-bit applications
Evgeniy Ryzhkov
Viva64 - is a tool for searching of errors and possible problems at C/C ++ code at the applications port on the 64-bit platform. Nowadays when the necessity of the 64-bit versions software output is realized by the most of the developers, it is too important to be sure of the working up product quality. Even if the traditional 32-bit version of your product has been tested carefully, its portability on the 64-bit platform may reveal some unexpected problems. Some separate items are devoted to the applications portability problems, and this one tells how to provide the necessary level of the code quality with the help the static analyzer Viva64.
Dec 14 2006
Installation of PC-Lint and its using in Visual Studio 2005
Andrey Karpov
The article is devoted to the first acquaintance with the PC-Lint 8.0 static analyzer of C++ code. The process of the tool installation and its initial setting is described.
Dec 05 2006
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