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========= C++ check ========= Compiling Any C++ compiler should work. There are no dependencies. The Makefile works under Linux. To make it work under Windows, change "g++" to "gxx". I haven't been able to test it on other platforms. Usage The syntax is: cppcheck [--all] [--style] [--recursive] [filename1] [filename2] The error messages will be printed to stderr. Example (Check all files. Use all checks): cppcheck -style --all --recursive Recommendations Create a shell script that checks all files. See "checkproj.bat" for an example of how it can be done under Windows. When the "--all" flag is given you may get a lot of error messages. To dump the messages to a textfile you can use a command like this: cppcheck --all filename.cpp 2> messages.txt If you want to filter the messages you could use: * grep to filter out specific types of messages * diff to compare old messages with new messages. There are even GUIs for this. Suggestions I'd like to get suggestions about new checks. Author Daniel Marjamäki (email@example.com)