ok, I've checked the forum and I don't think this topic was touched.

What I would need is an open-source or at least free static analysis tool for C++ code.
Does anybody have any suggestions? I mean, searching the web C++ lacks A LOT at this chapter, compared to Java, that has loads of tools and eclipse plug-ins for static analysis.

Looking forward to your opinion.

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Last I checked (which I admit was a while ago), there weren't any free tools that I would put on a list along with splint. I use PC-Lint and Flexelint for C++ but they're neither free nor cheap.

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come on people, is there nobody who uses static analysis tools around here? something splint like, but for C++ not C...

Last I checked (which I admit was a while ago), there weren't any free tools that I would put on a list along with splint. I use PC-Lint and Flexelint for C++ but they're neither free nor cheap.

You can test CppDepend , it's free for C\C++ open source contributors.

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