Understand complements my primary editor, VS Code, rather than replacing it. It’s an essential part of my workflow for personal projects, especially when it comes to easily visualizing the underlying types of variables and functions. It’s the best of both worlds!
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.