[splint-discuss] Execution Question.
Richard A. O'Keefe
ok at cs.otago.ac.nz
Mon Sep 27 22:30:20 EDT 2004
Noah Silverman <noah at allresearch.com> wrote:
Can you or someone else reccomend a similar open source tool for
looking at C++??
The nearest thing I can think of would be to use the free compiler g++
and turn on every checking switch you can find.
If you are using Windows, the Watcom C++ compiler is now open source,
or at any rate a free download, and you could try every checking switch
you can find for that as well. It might not cope; C++ changed a lot during
the standardisation process and trying to keep up was a company-killing job.
There was a "loose" parser for C++ developed as part of a metrics program
or something like that by a student at one of the New Zealand universities;
I have a paper copy of an article about that at home which I'll try to bring
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