Monthly Archives: February 2012

Using PC-Lint in a Linux Environment

PC-Lint is my favorite non-FLOSS tool. Not only does it find bugs and portability issues early in the development cycle: by using it regularly and listening to its words developers can significantly improve their C/C++ programming skills.

This post details how to run PC-Lint (which is normally intended for DOS/Windows environments) in Linux, saving developers from having to buy FlexeLint, the much more expensive Unix/Linux version.
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