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GrammaTech CodeSonar 5.1 Available

(Ithaca/New York/USA, Offenburg/Germany, 21 June 2019)

Grammatech has released version 5.1 of the static code analysis tool CodeSonar. The new version has the following new features and enhancements:
  • CodeSonar now integrates with the static analysis tool named Julia for the analysis of Java and C#
  • Support of SARIF (SARIF is a new standard for representing the results of static analysis tools. As the standard has not been finalized yet, CodeSonar supports importing and exporting the 11/28 version. This is compatible with the version of SARIF exported by the Clang Static Analyzer.
  • Pylint Integration: CodeSonar now integrates with Pylint through SARIF. Warnings generated by Pylint can be imported into the CodeSonar user interface and managed just like other warnings.
  • HTML 5 Visualization: There is a new interface for browsing call trees, invokable from the info window. This functionality will be extended in future releases to replace the old Java-based visualization applet.
  • Enhanced Return Code Checking: The return code checker now covers many more functions than previously, covering libraries such as Qt, the GNU C Library, OpenSSL, the GLib GNOME Library, libPNG, and several others.
  • C++-17 Support: CodeSonar now has better compatibility with C++-17, as is used by newer
  • Decompiler for Intel 64-bit: The decompiler in CodeSonar for binaries can now show code decompiled from the Intel-64 instruction set architecture.

GrammaTech participates in the MISRA Committee / Merging of the MISRA C++ and AUTOSAR C++ Guidelines

(Ithaca/New York, Offenburg, 21 June 2019)

The MISRA Consortium recently announced the merger of MISRA C++ 2008 and AUTOSAR C++14 into a common guideline. This is positive news since it combines two key standards for coding in C++.
Verifysoft’s partner GrammaTech is an active participant in the MISRA committee and is collaborating in merging these standards.
GrammaTech’s Vice President of Engineering Paul Anderson is now an official member of the MISRA committee and will be working with the other members to develop new versions of the MISRA standards. Learn more about MISRA C++ 2008 and AUTOSAR C++14 merger