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com.googlecode.cppcheclipse.feature update version to 1.1.1-SNAPSHOT Jul 24, 2016
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com.googlecode.cppcheclipse.ui Bug fix #80. Fixed issue with URI is not absolute. Apr 10, 2018
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README.md

cppcheclipse is an Eclipse plugin which integrates cppcheck with the CDT project. You can run/configure cppcheck from the Eclipse UI.

To build the project on the command line it requires maven, Run the following commands:

cd com.googlecode.cppcheclipse.parent
mvn clean verify

It will not increment the version number nor deploy/publish/release the artifact. You can find the built p2 repository now in ../com.googlecode.cppcheclipse.repository/target in zip format.

NOTES:

  • Under Windows the mvn clean verify will fail because the unit test paths in unix format. As workaround skip the tests mvn clean package should build successfully, but it will not create.
  • Maven build will fail if Java 9 is used, while it will work under Java 8.

Further information on how to use and install cppcheclipse can be found in the wiki.

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