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Integrating PVS-Studio into uVision Keil
Amomum
I develop software for embedded systems (mostly for STM32 and Milandr). As the main IDE, I use uVision Keil. As long as I write in C and C++, I've been wondering whether I write code the right way. Can I write it that way?
Aug 03 2021
Checking BitTorrent in honor of the 20th anniversary. Time == quality
Mikhail Gelvikh
Couple of weeks ago (or to be more precise, on July 2, 2021), the legendary BitTorrent protocol turned twenty years old. Created by Bram Cohen, the protocol has been developing rapidly since its inception, and has quickly become one of the most popular ways to exchange files. So why not check out a couple of long-lived related projects with the PVS-Studio analyzer for Linux?
Jul 30 2021
A Beautiful Error in the Implementation of the String Concatenation Function
Andrey Karpov
We, the PVS-Studio static code analyzer developers, have a peculiar view on beauty. On the beauty of bugs. We like to find grace in errors, examine them, try to guess how they appeared. Today we have an interesting case when the concepts of length and size got mixed up in the code.
Jul 22 2021
One Day in the Life of PVS-Studio Developer, or How I Debugged Diagnostic That Surpassed Three Programmers
Vladislav Stolyarov
Static analyzers' primary aim is to search for errors missed by developers. Recently, the PVS-Studio team again found an interesting example proving the power of static analysis.
Jul 05 2021
Text Broadcast of CppCast 298: SonarSource Analysis Tools
CppCast
Episode 298 of CppCast was recorded on May 5th, 2021. On this episode, Rob Irving and Jason Turner are joined by Loïc Joly, who talks about SonarSource static analysis tools. Also, they discuss Visual Studio 2019 STL, GCC 11.1 updates and Meeting C++ survey results.
Jul 04 2021
Beta-Testing of PVS-Studio Plugin for JetBrains CLion
Evgeniy Ovsyannikov, Paul Eremeev
Visual Studio from Microsoft has long been the main development environment to work with the PVS-Studio analyzer. Our analyzer started off on Windows, so Visual Studio was an obvious and reasonable choice. In more than 10 years of PVS-Studio development, the analyzer has become available for several other languages and platforms. No wonder people ask us if we can integrate PVS-Studio into their favorite IDEs.
Jun 28 2021
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