Unsurpassed Accuracy: Source code analysis with QA-MISRA
Static analysis continuously detect and report on software defects, language implementation errors, inconsistencies, dangerous usage, coding standard violations, and security vulnerabilities.
Prevent costly mistakes – detect defects early
QA-MISRA identifies software defects in the source code at the first stage in the development cycle. By catching bugs as they occur, the cost and effort needed to resolve them is significantly reduced.
C/C++ source code is analyzed and more than 900 potential problems are reported on. Static analysis with QA-MISRA automatically identifies dangerous structures, problems with reliability, maintainability and portability.
Produce clean code with predictable behaviour
Even ISO-standard-compliant software can behave differently than expected because not everything that can cause problems later in the development process is classified as incorrect by safety standards. This is why static analysis with QA-MISRA also shows problems with your code that are often overlooked by developers and compilers. Testing in QA-MISRA is fully automated saving valuable developer resource.
Monitor your codebase – comprehensive configurable reporting
Comprehensive reporting helps you to find problems, showing where to take a closer look and identifying areas where the most work is needed.
Identifies areas that need more work to attain a higher compliance level
The rule violations detected by QA-MISRA are classified by the users and listed in the classification report
Provides metrics data as Text, HTML and CSV files
QA-MISRA can help you find errors in your code where the syntax is correct but semantically it is incorrect, unspecified or undefined. In some cases this can cause compilers to produce errors and stop, however QA-MISRA can also detect errors that do not prevent a compiler from working.
QA-MISRA detects unused variables, functions and parameters as well as conditions under which the result is unchangeable (always true or always false).
Statements and Operations
QA-MISRA detects suspicious comparison operations including the use of incorrect types and can find constructions that while allowed, are likely to be misleading or difficult to understand and maintain.
QA-MISRA encourages the use of uniform terms that are specified by regular expressions. All identifier features can be checked.