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PVS-Studio Roadmap 2021

PVS-Studio can currently analyze programs written in C, C++, C#, and Java. It also supports some C++ language extensions, for example, C++/CLI and C++/CX. In 2021, we do not plan to implement support for new languages, but we plan to expand the analyzer. We want to support several new compilers (C, C++) for micro controllers and some development environments, such as CLion.

PVS-Studio Roadmap 2021

by Andrey Karpov

From the article:

We will continue to support the MISRA C and MISRA C++ coding standards. However, it's time to also support a more modern set of rules described in The AUTSAR C++14 Coding Guidelines. This document is the MISRA C++:2008 standard update, and is also based on leading code standards and research papers prepared by AUTOSAR.

PVS-Studio 7.10 Release: OWASP, AUTOSAR, SARIF

We develop PVS-Studio not only as a classic code analyzer, but also in the direction of Security and Safety. In this regard, we've started working on the support of the OWASP and AUTOSAR C++14 standards. To facilitate PVS-Studio integration into other code quality control tools, we supported analyzer results conversion to the SARIF format.

PVS-Studio 7.10 Release: OWASP, AUTOSAR, SARIF

by Andrey Karpov

From the article:

Utilities for converting PVS-Studio analysis results (PlogConverter.exe for Windows and plog-converter for Linux\macOS) now support conversion to SARIF (Static Analysis Results Interchange Format). SARIF is a universal open format for presenting the results of tools that search for errors, safety and security defects. This format is supported by many static analyzers and allows you to combine various code quality control tools in a single ecosystem.