Premium C++ Error Detection Now Available For Visual Studio 2012
OOO "Program Verification Systems" (Co Ltd) announced availability of new version of their flagship product PVS-Studio that completely integrates into VS2012 and provides additional rulesets
Tula (I-Newswire) October 15, 2012 - Just two weeks ahead of general public release of Visual Studio 2012 small Russia-based company OOO "Program Verification Systems" (Co Ltd) announced availability of new version of their flagship product PVS-Studio ([url]http://pvs-studio.viva64.com[/url]) that completely integrates into VS2012. PVS-Studio is a product that performs early diagnosis of programming errors in C/C++/C++11 code.
This is the first static analysis tools for C++ that is available on the new platform to complement the new built-in static analysis that is now found in all editions of Visual Studio.
Besides VS2012 support this new version adds a large number of new diagnostic rule to the vast set of heuristics already available. Andrey Karpov, CTO of the company, mentioned that "our rapid development cycle (we usually release new version each month) allows a lightning-fast delivery of heuristics for detection of new error patterns that our researchers discover. As our updates are free for all exiting customers this greatly increases value of the product".
Considering no-obligations trial download (you won't even be asked to enter your e-mail!) this is product is worth trying for projects of any size and complexity.
Contributing back to the ecosystem
Guys at PVS-Studio are well-known within C++ communities for their invaluable contributions to various open-source projects. They use these projects as a playground when developing new rule sets, and always submit bugs they discover helping to make these products better.
While working on the newest version they validated source code of all C++ libraries (including MFC) that were included with Visual Studio 2012 and to the team's sheer surprise few issues popped up despite overall high quality of the code. These issues are rather typical and were easily caught by PVS-Studio. Detailed description of the issues could be found in their recent blog post: [url]http://www.viva64.com/en/b/0163/[/url]. Also bug was filed on Microsoft Connect site ([url]https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/763474/errors-detected-in-the-visual-c-2012-libraries[/url]). Hopefully these issues will be fixed right in the next update for Visual Studio as some of them might actually pose a stability or security threat to the applications built with these libraries.
Meanwhile the team that created PVS-Studio continues its fight for improving quality of the native code.
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Published On:October 15, 2012
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