We are happy to announce that starting with the 6.10 version, PVS-Studio static code analyzer is available for the GNU/Linux operating systems. Linux version of PVS-Studio supports the analysis of projects compiled with GNU Compiler Collection (gcc) or LLVM Clang.
PVS-Studio is a tool for bug detection in the source code of programs, written in C, C++ and C# (C# is available only for the Windows OS). PVS-Studio detects potential errors of three main groups: general analysis, optimizations and 64-bit issues. The diagnostic set of general analysis allows detecting logic errors, typos, code fragments, causing access violation, incorrect usage of algorithms from STL libraries and a lot more.
The new version of PVS-Studio for GNU/Linux OS, in addition to the native version of the analyzer, offers convenient variants of the integration to the projects, using CMake and QMake and the display of the analysis results in the QtCreator and CLion IDE. Also there is now a possibility to check any project that uses one of the compilers, supported by the analyzer, with the help of the universal compilation tracking system.
The distribution kit of the analyzer Linux version as an archive and deb/rpm packages is available at this link: http://www.viva64.com/en/pvs-studio-download-linux/.
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