The PVS-Studio full Crack name was created in a more complex way. The first three letters is an abbreviation of the name of our company OOO ‘Program Verification Systems’, ‘Studio’ was added to emphasize that it’s not just one tool, but a set of tools. Actually, the title is not very apt, as it is often misspelled: people forget the dash, or write PSV instead of PVS, and so on. If we were to choose a name now, we would chose something simpler. That was our idea behind the name for CppCat, but that’s a completely different story, which I will tell later.
In 2009 we combined Viva64 and PVS-Studio Serial key into a single product in hopes that the diagnostics of VivaMP will get bought as some addition to the 64-bit diagnostics. Again, this didn’t bring any result, so there is point to continue talking about this.Nevertheless, we should consider 2009 as an important milestone in the life of our company. This was the year we released PVS-Studio, which was initially the combination of Viva64 and VivaMP.By the way, let’s talk about the names of the tools. The analyzer ‘Viva64’ appeared as the idea: “Long live the 64-bit world!”. The very word “viva” was in my mind because of a song that I heard before “Viva Forever”. I suggested using this very title to Evgeniy, and he agreed. Our site www.viva64.com was named the same way, as there was no point in renaming it – this title became quite popular over time.
Let’s go back to the main idea of this story. In 2010, we thought that we could increase interest in PVS–Studio License key, adding several diagnostics of general analysis. We were planning to make these diagnostics free, because we didn’t really believe that they would bring any profit. In the sphere of general analysis diagnostics there were already such tools as Coverity, Parasoft C / C ++ test, Klocwork, Gimpel PC-Lint, and other unarguable leaders on the market. We didn’t mean to compete with these tools in any way, that’s why we were planning to make the free diagnostics only as a means of advertisement. The idea was the following: a programmer checks his project for free, then he learns about paid diagnostics for 64-bit errors, and OpenMP technology.
PVS-Studio free Downloads is a tool for detecting bugs and security weaknesses in the source code of programs, written in C, C ++, C # and Java. It works under 64-bit systems in Windows, Linux and macOS environments, and can analyze source code intended for 32-bit, 64-bit and embedded ARM platforms. You can also download Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 ISO Offline Installer.
PVS-Studio performs static code analysis and generates a report that helps a programmer find and fix bugs. PVS-Studio performs a wide range of code checks, and it is also useful in finding misprints and Copy-Paste errors. Examples of such errors: V501, V517, V522, V523, V3001. You can also download Notepad ++ 7.6.6.
- Online reference guide for all of the diagnostic rules, that is available locally, on our web site, and as a single .pdf file. More than 700 pages of documentation are available
- Automatic (incremental) analysis of individual files right after their recompilation in IDE.
- Intuitive interface – easy navigation along the warnings issued for the code. Everything you need is at your fingertips – warnings sorted by severity level, highlighted code fragments which require additional revision, and quick access to the documentation. PVS-Studio documentation suggests ways of how to fix the detected error.
- Great scalability – PVS-Studio supports multi-core and multi-processor systems with the ability to specify the number of cores to use; can be used together with Incredibuild.
- Baselining analysis results – suppression of “old” messages on the existing code, so that the analyzer issues 0 warnings for it. This allows to integrate static analysis easily at any point of the development lifecycle. It is especially helpful in case you need to check only newly written code fragments.
- Interactive filtering of the analysis results (log file) in PVS-Studio IDE/Standalone window: the issued warnings are sorted by diagnostic number, file name, the word in the text of the diagnostic, plus the ability to exclude files from the analysis by name, folder, or mask.
- Automatic notification of developers. The Blame Notifier tool allows you to send e-mail notifications to the developers about bugs that PVS-Studio found during a night run based on the blame information from version control system.
- Analysis of commits, merge and pull requests – analyzer can be configured to analyze only the modified files. This allows to quickly and automatically analyze every commit to version control system.
How do I use PVS-Studio for free?
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If you are using PVS-Studio as a Visual Studio plugin or you are using the “C and C ++ Compiler Monitoring UI” (Standalone.exe) utility, enter the following license key: Name: PVS-Studio Free. …
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Static code analysis is a method of debugging by examining source code before a program is run. It’s done by analyzing a set of code against a set (or multiple sets) of coding rules. … This type of analysis addresses weaknesses in source code that might lead to vulnerabilities.
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