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New checks: * arithmetical usage of inf/nan result * suspicious usage of comma in return statement * sizeof(void) Improved checking: * better simplification of strlen * improved handling of array member variables 'x[y].z..' * Specific improvements in checks for buffer overruns, format strings, uninitialized variables Command line: * Using both --max-configs and -D. Normally when -D is used, Cppcheck will only check the given configuration. By using --max-configs also, you can tell Cppcheck to check more configurations. * Added --library and --check-library. Graphical user interface: * Somewhat improved response when stopping checking Cppcheck core: * Extending checking with configuration files. Cppcheck has internal knowledge for standard C/C++ functions. Knowledge for libraries and environments can be specified using configuration files. * Rules: added <tokenlist> that allow you to check 'raw' code and 'normal' code. In the 'raw' code, the comments and #include are already taken care of, but the #define statements can be analysed.
Source: readme.txt, updated 2013-08-03

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