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Type: desktop-application
ID: cppcheck-gui.desktop
Package: cppcheck-gui
Name:
  C: Cppcheck
Summary:
  C: A tool for static C/C++ code analysis
Description:
  C: >-
    <p>Cppcheck is a command-line tool that tries to detect bugs that your C/C++ compiler doesn&apos;t see. It is versatile,
    and can check non-standard code including various compiler extensions, inline assembly code, etc. Its internal preprocessor
    can handle includes, macros, and several preprocessor commands. While Cppcheck is highly configurable, you can start using
    it just by giving it a path to the source code.</p>

    <p>It includes checks for:  * pointers to out-of-scope auto variables;  * assignment of auto variables to an effective
    parameter of a function;  * out-of-bounds errors in arrays and STL;  * missing class constructors;  * variables not initialized
    by a constructor;  * use of memset, memcpy, etcetera on a class;  * non-virtual destructors for base classes;  * operator=
    not returning a constant reference to itself;  * use of deprecated functions (mktemp, gets, scanf);  * exceptions thrown
    in destructors;  * memory leaks in class or function variables;  * C-style pointer cast in C++ code;  * redundant if; 
    * misuse of the strtol or sprintf functions;  * unsigned division or division by zero;  * unused functions and struct
    members;  * passing parameters by value;  * misuse of signed char variables;  * unusual pointer arithmetic (such as &quot;abc&quot;
    + &apos;d&apos;);  * dereferenced null pointers;  * incomplete statements;  * misuse of iterators when iterating through
    a container;  * dereferencing of erased iterators;  * use of invalidated vector iterators/pointers</p>

    <p>This package contains the graphical user interface for cppcheck.</p>
  da: >-
    <p>Cppcheck er et kommandolinjeværktøj, som forsøger at detektere fejl, som din C/C++-kompiler ikke ser. Det er alsidigt
    og kan kontrollere kode, der ikke er standard, inklusive diverse kompilerudvidelser, indlejret assemblykode etc. Dets
    interne forbrænder kan håndtere includes, makroer og flere kommandoer for forbrænderen. Selv om Cppcheck kan konfigureres
    på mange måder, så kan du starte programmet bare ved at give en sti til kildekoden.</p>

    <p>Den inkluderer kontroller for:  * pegere til out-of-scope auto-variabler  * tildeling af auto-variabler til en effektiv
    paramter for en funktion  * out-of-bounds-fejl i arrayer og STL  * manglende klassekonstruktører  * variabler ikke initialiseret
    af en konstruktør  * brug af memset, memcpy, etcetera på en klasse  * ikke-virtuel destruktører for basisklasser  * operator=
    returnerer ikke en konstant reference til sig selv  * brug af forældede funktioner (mktemp, gets, scanf)  * undtagelser
    smidt i destruktører  * hukommelseslæk i klasse- eller funktionsvariabler  * C-lignende pegercast i C++-kode  * redundant
    if  * misbrug af strtol- eller sprintf-funktioner  * usigneret division eller division med nul  * ubrugte funktioner og
    struct-medlemmer  * videresend parametre efter værdi  * misbrug af signerede tegnvariabler  * usædvanlig pegeratimetik
    (såsom &quot;abc&quot; + &apos;d&apos;)  * null-pegere uden reference  * ufuldstændige udtryk  * misbrug af iteratorer
    når gennemløb via en container  * fjernelse af reference for slettede iteratorer  * brug af ugyldige vektoriteratorer/pegere</p>

    <p>Denne pakke indeholder den grafiske brugergrænseflade for cppcheck.</p>
  it: >-
    <p>Cppcheck è uno strumento a riga di comando che cerca di identificare i bug non visti dal compilatore C/C++ che si sta
    usando. È versatile e può verificare codice non standard, incluse alcune estensioni del compilatore, codice assembly in
    linea, ecc. Il suo preprocessore interno può gestire include, macro e diversi comandi del preprocessore. Cppcheck è altamente
    configurabile, ma si può iniziare ad usarlo passandogli soltanto il percorso al codice sorgente.</p>

    <p>Contiene controlli per:  * puntatori a variabili automatiche in out-of-scope;  * assegnamenti di variabili automatiche
    ad un parametro effettivo di una    funzione;  * errori di out-of-bound in vettori e STL;  * costruttori di classi non
    presenti;  * variabili non inizializzate da un costruttore;  * uso di memset, memcpy, ecc. su una classe;  * distruttori
    non virtuali per le classi base;  * operator= che non restituisce un riferimento costante a sé stesso;  * uso di funzioni
    deprecate (mktemp, gets, scanf);  * generazione di eccezioni nei distruttori;  * memory leak in variabili di funzioni
    o classi;  * cast di puntatori in stile C in codice C++;  * if ridondanti;  * uso non corretto di funzioni strtol o sprintf; 
    * divisioni tra numeri senza segno o per zero;  * funzioni e membri di strutture non usati;  * passaggio di parametri
    per valore;  * uso non corretto di variabili signed char;  * operazioni aritmetiche inusuali tra puntatori (come &quot;abc&quot;
    + &apos;d&apos;);  * dereferenziazione di puntatori null;  * istruzioni non complete;  * uso non corretto di iteratori
    quando si itera all&apos;interno di un    contenitore;  * dereferenziazione di iteratori non più validi;  * uso di iteratori/puntatori
    a vettori invalidati.</p>

    <p>Questo pacchetto contiene l&apos;interfaccia grafica utente di cppcheck.</p>
  en: >-
    <p>Cppcheck is a command-line tool that tries to detect bugs that your C/C++ compiler doesn&apos;t see. It is versatile,
    and can check non-standard code including various compiler extensions, inline assembly code, etc. Its internal preprocessor
    can handle includes, macros, and several preprocessor commands. While Cppcheck is highly configurable, you can start using
    it just by giving it a path to the source code.</p>

    <p>It includes checks for:  * pointers to out-of-scope auto variables;  * assignment of auto variables to an effective
    parameter of a function;  * out-of-bounds errors in arrays and STL;  * missing class constructors;  * variables not initialized
    by a constructor;  * use of memset, memcpy, etcetera on a class;  * non-virtual destructors for base classes;  * operator=
    not returning a constant reference to itself;  * use of deprecated functions (mktemp, gets, scanf);  * exceptions thrown
    in destructors;  * memory leaks in class or function variables;  * C-style pointer cast in C++ code;  * redundant if; 
    * misuse of the strtol or sprintf functions;  * unsigned division or division by zero;  * unused functions and struct
    members;  * passing parameters by value;  * misuse of signed char variables;  * unusual pointer arithmetic (such as &quot;abc&quot;
    + &apos;d&apos;);  * dereferenced null pointers;  * incomplete statements;  * misuse of iterators when iterating through
    a container;  * dereferencing of erased iterators;  * use of invalidated vector iterators/pointers</p>

    <p>This package contains the graphical user interface for cppcheck.</p>
Categories:
- Development
- Debugger
Icon:
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    width: 48
    height: 48
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    width: 64
    height: 64
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  stock: cppcheck-gui
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Launchable:
  desktop-id:
  - cppcheck-gui.desktop