LDRArules is a cost-effective, stand-alone coding rules checker that doesn’t require investment in a complete tool chain.
LDRArules enforces compliance with industry- or user-defined coding standards and provides clear visibility of software flaws that might typically pass through the build and test process and become latent problems.
LDRArules lets you easily see how your source code:
- Adheres to Industry-specific and user-defined coding standards
- Identifies potential security vulnerabilities
- Identifies potential faults
LDRArules incorporates next-generation reporting capabilities to show code quality, fault detection, and avoidance measures. You can quickly and easily view results in call graphs, flow graphs, and code review reports in an easy-to-read, intuitive format.
LDRArules enhances collaboration and communication across all members of the development team through an easy-to-use graphical user interface and sophisticated reporting mechanisms. With this information, development teams can quickly identify and repair coding flaws, speed up the development cycle, and reduce overall development costs.
Comprehensive C/C++, Java and Ada coding rules enforcement
• MISRA C:2012
• MISRA C++:2008
• HIS (Herstellerinitiative Software)
• GJB (Chinese Military Standard)
• CERT C/CERT J secure coding standard
• CWE (Common Weakness Enumeration)
• SAMATE Reference Dataset (SRD)
• Company developed standards
• Meyers Effective C++ and Effective STL
• Henricson/Nyquist Industrial Strength C++
• Sutter Exceptional and More Exceptional C++ and C++ Coding Standards
• SPARK Ada Subset
• JPL (The Power of 10)
• Ravenscar Profile
Save time and costs
The ability to quickly and easily analyse software against these standards delivers tangible benefits to the development team in terms of both code quality, consistency, and reduced timeto-deployment. LDRArules continues to advance automated code analysis and testing tools for the highly
complex security- and safety-critical markets common in industry sectors such as aerospace, automotive, energy, industrial controls, medical, military, and transportation.