The Understand 6.3 release highlights the tools’ newest features and upgrades. Some of these improvements enhance existing tools, while others offer brand-new capabilities. Topics covered in this article include graph customization, continuous CodeCheck verification, a customizable Violation Browser, automated dependency rules, automatic architectures, AUTOSAR support, spell checking for comments/strings, SARIF imports feature, support for C#11, minor metric changes, and a new Jenkins plugin.
Making a Variable Tracker Graph
Use Understand’s Information Browser to find and graph all possible variables of your source code.
Friends Don’t Let Friends Have C++ Friends
An interactive report to show all the references that depend on C++ friend statements.
Understand as a Code Paradigm
Abstract: Understand looks and acts a lot like an IDE, but don’t be deceived. The real power of Understand comes from the way it represents your code and the solutions you can…
Virtually Execute Code with Understand
Abstract: A script for virtually executing code. A debugger inside Understand sure would be nice. I hope I’m not the only one out there who uses Understand while debugging. Integrating a debugger…
Adding ChatGPT and AI to Understand
Creating an easy plugin that uses OpenAI to explain your code
Getting Started with Understand
Understanding basic functions of the IDE and static code analysis tool Understand by Scitools.
5 Tips for Faster Graphs
Five tips for speeding up graph generation in Understand.
Visualizing Shared Tasks
Abstract: Visualize an architecture of functions with the Shared Tasks graph. What’s worse than having too many chefs in the kitchen working on the same dish? Thread concurrency problems. A task –…
9 Techniques That Help You Safely Work With Legacy Code
Success with legacy code relies on only making changes to code you understand. Here are 9 systematic approaches that will help you UNDERSTAND your legacy code.