PVS-Studio is a powerful static source code analysis solution for bug detection in C, C++, and C# projects. It is intended for use in detecting and fixing security and quality issues in code, before they turn into vulnerabilities, crashes, or painful debugging.
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I really like PVS-Studio analyzer. It can easily catch both silly, hardly noticeable mistakes such as copy-paste, duplicate conditions, etc., and more complex ones that make applications crash, for example, issues related to 64-bit migration. The tool is fast enough and provides a convenient feature of switching between warnings and associated code fragments as well as viewing the documentation on each error pattern. When installed, PVS-Studio integrates with Visual Studio IDE, so you don’t have to make any additional steps to deploy and set it up.
Pretty cool tool
Very useful tool: high error detection rate, runs in background, has clear and descriptive warnings, can be easily integrated with Visual Studio, what else do you need? Can save a lot of time if used on a regular basis (and if not ignored, of course).
It's good and easy to use tool, PVS-Studio can find a lot of unexpected bugs in your code which you did not know. PVS-Studio is "must have" tool for all C++ teams.
This is a real pearl! Worth every $ paid!
Best tool I've ever installed!!!
The very effective tool, that helped me to find a lot of bad code. Must have for any project older than 2-3 years :-)
I like the tool, it helps my team find many issues in our code and fix them before the release. Good way to improve code quality. Very easy to use!
Very professional tool. We use it to test our C# code files.
Very smart and fast code analyzer!
This is a giant leap in how static code analysis should be done. Much better than a warning for every "while(true)" loop.
Excellent tool for analysis of MFC C++ code in Visual Studio without the complexities of setting up something like PC-Lint to handle MFC with all its quirks.
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