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Beta-Testing of PVS-Studio Plugin for JetBrains CLion

To fully test the plugin, you'll need to install both the beta plugin version and the C++ core beta version of the analyzer. There are several ways to install the plugin: from the official repository, from the repository on our site, or using Windows PVS-Studio installer. Below we'll tell you in detail how to do this.

Beta-Testing of PVS-Studio Plugin for JetBrains CLion

by Evgeniy Ovsyannikov, Paul Eremeev

From the article:

We usually recommend running full analysis regularly, such as once a day, at night. In addition to nightly analysis, we highly recommend checking new code immediately after writing it. This way you'll get the best advantage of using the analyzer. To do this, use incremental analysis, which works as follows. A project was changed, a developer runs a build. After successful compilation only modified files will be analyzed. Modified files are the ones that have been changed since the previous analysis.

PVS-Studio Beta plugin for CLion (Win\Linux\macOS): It's less than a month away

PVS-Studio Beta plugin for CLion (Win\Linux\macOS). It's less than a month away. Want to be the first to try it? Just sign up here.

PVS-Studio Early Access Program

by PVS-Studio Team

Description:

PVS-Studio is a static analyzer that detects errors and potential vulnerabilities in the source code of programs written in C, C++, C#, and Java. In 2021 we are planning to release the PVS-Studio plugin for C++ IDE – CLion.

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.