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Visual Lint has been released
Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Visual Lint is now available. This is a recommended maintenance update for Visual Lint 5.0 and 5.5, and includes the following changes:

  • Added a "Re-analyse saved files using the preferred method" option to the "Analysis" Options page [Visual Lint Professional, Enterprise and Build Server Editions]. When checked, newly saved files will be re-analysed using the preferred analysis method. If unchecked (the default), newly saved files will be re-analysed using per-file analysis (which is usually much faster) even if the preferred analysis method is per-project.
  • Added a /analysismethod switch to VisualLintConsole to determine whether per-file or per-project analysis should be used. If omitted, the previous setting is used [Visual Lint Professional, Enterprise and Build Server Editions].
  • Source file relative paths containing build/environment variables are now expanded when loading projects.
  • Corrected the default pathname when browsing for a PC-lint configuration file in the Analysis Config Dialog "PC-lint" page.
  • Fixed a bug which could cause analysis to fail when attempting to analyse a solution or project using an analysis tool which does not support the preferred analysis method defined in a .vlconfig file.
  • Fixed a bug which could potentially cause a divide by zero error under exceptional circumstances.
  • Fixed a bug in the parsing of Visual C++ 2013/2015 project (.vcxproj) files which could cause them to be erroneously identified as VS2012 projects.
  • Fixed a bug in the expansion of Eclipse/CDT project build variables defined in "C/C++ Build -> Environment" and saved in a org.eclipse.cdt.core.prefs file stored in the project's .settings folder.
  • Fixed a bug in the "PC-lint" Options page which could cause uncommitted changes to other options to be discarded when some of the browse buttons are used to locate files.

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