Looking for to Improve Code Quality? CppDepend Version 5 Available

Coder Gears released version 5 of their product CppDepend, which is now pluggable with other static analysis tools like CppCheck. This product, which starts at around $503 for a single developer license) provides you with the ability to analyze and improve your C/C++ projects. CppDepend will help you to manage your complex C/C++ code base. It will help you analyze your code structure, review design rules, and do more effective code reviews. The CQLinq code query language will give you the ability to create custom queries to gain a deep view of your code base as well as automate builds and code reviews. CppDepend also provides support for migration processes as well as code audits.

In version 5, the ability to import result files from more C/C++ static analysis tools has been included. This includes support out of the box for XML files from CppCheck and CPD. Clang diagnostics can be included using CQlinq. The diagnostics include determining unused code, deprecated usage, cast issues, conversion issues, preprocessor issues, comparison issues, and more.

For C developers is a Directory/File structure CQlinq extension. These can be used to query files. Additionally, C developers can now use the the class browser and interactive graphics.

CppDepend is available in a 14-day trial at http://www.cppdepend.com/cppdependdownload.aspx.

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