Code Analysis Tools for C++

This presentation explores the current capabilities of existing C++ static analyzers and discuss some of the enforcements listed in the C++ Core Guidelines from a toolability aspect. It also looks into the recent “Simplify C++” trend in the language’s evolution. Finally, it explores how technology-specific analysis (like MISRA and AUTOSAR) is being adopted.

Martin Fowler once wrote that high-quality software is actually cheaper to produce than low-quality software. We agree with that sentiment, and we warmly welcomed the C++ Core Guidelines when they were introduced in 2015. Research and surveys conducted in the C++ Community consistently demonstrate the popularity of the Clang family of tools, as well as the growing demand for static analysis to be added to code editors.

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