Doxygen is a JavaDoc like documentation system for C++, C, Java and IDL.
Source Navigator NG is a source code analysis tool. With it, you can edit your source code, display relationships between classes and functions and members, and display call trees. You can navigate your source code and easily get to declarations or implementations of functions, variables and macros (commonly called "symbols") which helps you discovering and mapping unknown source code for enhancement or maintenance tasks.
CPIP is a C/C++ preprocessor implemented in Python. CPIP exposes all aspects of preprocessing for inspection. NOTE: This project has now moved to https://github.com/paulross/cpip. This is no reflection on Sourceforge, indeed I am very grateful for them hosting CPIP for may years. It is merely because I can't manage two workflows!
Ohcount is the source code line counter that powers Ohloh. Ohcount supports over 70 programming languages. Ohcount can also detect popular open source licenses such as GPL determine if code targets a particular programming API, such as Win32 or KDE.
An advanced cross platform fuzzing framework suited to find code bugs.
ansvif, or A Not So Very Intelligent Fuzzer, suited to find bugs in code by throwing garbage arguments, files, and environment variables at the target program, that you may or may not have the source code to. It supports many features, such as buffer size, randomization of the buffer size, random data injection, templates, and much more. The purpose of this project is to identify bugs in software, specifically bugs that can induce a segmentation fault under various conditions. This aids security researchers in writing buffer overflows, input validation vulnerabilities, as well as helping one audit code for general logic mistakes.
Cov is a code coverage tool to get your code coverage after your runuing some steps for your programs.It is based on llvm(Low Level Virtual Machine,http://llvm.org/).Now,it's only a begining,so welcome anybody to join in.
Detector of Integer Vulnerabilities in Software Portability
DEEEP is a open source static analysis tool to detect, in C programs, integer vulnerabilities caused by the bad adaption of aplications from ILP32 to LP64. It uses the tools Lint and Splint, and runs over Open Solaris and Linux operating systems. This tool semantically analyses source code. More precisely, it does type checking, data-flow analysis, and it automatically correlates the results of these two types of analysis. Type checking is used for finding bugs on the way integers are handled, and data-flow analysis is used to see if hazardous functions (eg. memcpy, strcpy) are accessible from outside the program. After this two analyses, the tool correlates the results from the previous phases to attain if the data that comes from the inputs are affected by vulnerabilities from porting to LP64, and if these are handled by dangerous functions (memcpy, strcpy,...). In resume, identify if the found bugs
this is documentation project on the emulator software based on 8051. it contains architecture, code reviews, design documentation etc.
This package will allow people to check, change, update the license of their projects. It will conform to all new licenses available.
A small tool to remove C / C++ style comments from your source code. Including source.
A quick and simple way to create a source code report. Counts lines of code and compares two directories for line changes, line adds, and line deletes.
Note: this tool has moved to github, this repository is not maintained any more. See https://github.com/turdusmerula/ftrace GScopeLog is a tool for instrumenting c++ code through gcc. The main purpose is to trace entry/exit point of functions. A status file may be generated to give overview of functions calls and timing informations with minimal impact on performances.
The "gc" language is a script language with c++ grammer and c++ class library . The gaiasle is a set of script language framework . It has some new ideas about soft development ,specially about web server programs .
Reviewing memory allocation and data structures of an extant Sourceforge project unix-named "simupop". A new development version of the extant project is established and the ultimate goal is to "rev up" the old, hence the project name.
A developer tool to rapidly compare sources tree
xRecurseDiff is a small program that can rapidly traverse entire directory trees to show different version of the same files, for example to compare different version of the same project. For every file in the first directory searches in the second for files having the same name. A report containing results is shown. A detailed diff output can be shown. Search can be case-insensitive and limited by a char filter. In "library" working mode it compares only files basenames, while in "project" mode it compares relatives paths too. In "files" working mode it compares directly two files.