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PC-Lint and Flexelint

Category:Development - Editors By:Gimpel Software, Inc.
Platforms:Windows, OS/2, DOS, Unix More info:www.gimpel.com/ ...

This source code analyser supports the C and C++ languages and a mixed suite of C and C++ modules. Some C++ checks are: including nonvirual base class destructors, names hiding other names, undefined and unreferenced class members.

PC-Lint runs on Windows, DOS and OS/2. FlexeLint runs on all systems that support a C compiler, including all variants of Unix, VMS, OS-9, VM, MVS, Mac, etc.

Compatibility:

PC-Lint and Flexelint

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 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0
Partnr.DescriptionEuro *US$Euro incl. VAT 
1238167 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0 PC-lint - 1 Workstation License (non-floating)351.14389.00424.88
1238175 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0 PC-Lint 10-user LAN license and one-location3159.403500.003822.87
1238183 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0 FlexeLint V9 One Workstation License (non-floating)1081.411198.001308.51
1238191 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0 FlexeLint V9 - 1 User ONE-location LAN License2067.152290.002501.25
1238380 PC-lint for C/C++ Version 9.0 FlexeLint V9 - 10 User ONE-location LAN License9929.5411000.0012014.74

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This source code analyser supports the C and C++ languages and a mixed suite of C and C++ modules. Some C++ checks are: including nonvirual base class destructors, names hiding other names, undefined and unreferenced class members.

PC-Lint runs on Windows, DOS and OS/2. FlexeLint runs on all systems that support a C compiler, including all variants of Unix, VMS, OS-9, VM, MVS, Mac, etc.

Compatibility:

  • supports K&R C, ANSI C, ANSI/ISO C++
  • explicit support for Borland, Microsoft, GNU and most other major compilers and libraries
  • support for most major embedded-system compilers including bit addressing.
  • numerous options to support rogue compilers
  • scalars sizes can be specified for cross-compiling