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C++ tools evolution: static code analyzers
Andrey Karpov
Modern applications have lots of code. And the C++ language doesn't get easier. Nowadays, code reviews are not enough to fully analyze program code. Here's where static code analysis comes in.
Oct 12 2021
Detecting errors in the LLVM release 13.0.0
Andrey Karpov
Commercial static analyzers perform deeper and fuller code analysis compared to compilers. Let's see what PVS-Studio found in the source code of the LLVM 13.0.0 project.
Oct 08 2021
Text broadcast of CppCast 293: One Lone Coder
On this episode, Rob Irving and Jason Turner are joined by David Barr. First, they discuss Microsoft open-source calculator and an update to CMake. Then they talk about David's YouTube channel – One Lone Coder, what inspired him to start it, and PixelGameEngine – the 2D game engine he works on with the One Lone Coder community.
Oct 04 2021
Why we need dynamic code analysis: the example of the PVS-Studio project
Alexey Govorov
In May 2021, CppCast recorded a podcast called ABI stability (CppCast #300). In this podcast, Marshall Clow and the hosts discussed rather old news — Visual Studio compilers support the AddressSantitzer tool. We have already integrated ASan into our testing system a long time ago. Now we want to tell you about a couple of interesting errors it found.
Sep 27 2021
MISRA C: struggle for code quality and security
Konstantin Kochkin
A couple of years ago the PVS-Studio analyzer got its first diagnostic rules to check program code compliance with the MISRA C and MISRA C++ standards. We collected feedback and saw that our clients were interested in using the analyzer to check their projects for MISRA compliance. So, we decided to further develop the analyzer in this direction. The article covers the MISRA C/C++ standard and the MISRA Compliance report. It also shows what we already managed to do and what we plan to achieve by the end of the year.
Sep 22 2021
Why do you need the MISRA Compliance report and how to generate one in PVS-Studio?
Nikolay Mironov
If you are strongly interested in MISRA and would like to understand whether your project meets one of the MISRA association's standards, there is a solution. Its name is MISRA Compliance. PVS-Studio has recently learned how to generate the MISRA Compliance report. This article describes how you can use this feature. This can make somebody's life better.
Sep 06 2021
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