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A static source code analyser for Fortran 90 and C++

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ChkSem is a static Fortran 90 and C++ source code analyser.

Fortran codes are analysed to find potential problems and dead code.

This project allows ( for the moment ) to find useless includes and to find missing direct includes for helping programmers to clean C++ codes.
This can potentially reduce building time from small programs to huge solutions.

This tool is not finalized and new versions will follow, with a GUI with even more features.

The project is written in Java to ensure cross-platform compatibility.

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  • Count Lines of codes and the number of files
  • Warning for good Fortran 90 practices
  • Dead code tracking in Fortran source codes
  • Missing direct includes in C++ ( increase build time )
  • Useless includes in C++ ( increase build time )


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