Got linked to cppcheck from the website of the C++ plugin for SONAR Qube. After days and weeks of struggling with Fortify, cppcheck is a breath of fresh air. Runs super fast on my Linux box, and gives very few false positives. I hope I'll be able to contribute at some point in the future. Keep up the great work!
Too many false positives, hard to determine which is a real leak. I tried it with wxWidgets project - it does not seem to recognize that an object will be freed by its parent. I know that there is a way of listing those objects in a file, but its too tedious work to list all wxWidgets objects into a single file.
Quite interesting. How can I enable experimental features like: "switchCaseFallThrough"
Hi, I made a minimal interface application for External Tool between cppcheck and Visual Studio 2010. The application takes currently solution and selected project name, makes a source list with every needed source file and calls cppcheck with that list. Anyone interested on that can send me a message, I can give you the source code and/or binary file. Regards
Works good on mac, but does not work on android (linux) at all because of file paths problems. Hope it will be fixed and i return back and set 5 stars for it
cppcheck binary(cppcheck executable) is missing in the latest version. I was using 1.56 version and i could able to locate the binary but i dont see the binary after this version. We need to mention the cppcheck binary path while configurting in eclipse. Is this binary moved to different folder?