Embarcadero C++Builder and 64-bit code

Andrey Karpov
Articles: 396

Some time ago, we wrote several letters to Embarcadero offering them to collaborate with us and use our tools to test 64-bit C/C++ code. Our idea was to integrate PVS-Studio with C++Builder or implement some diagnosis rules right in their compiler. All the letters remained without answer and that is why we decided to post a brief note for those who would be interested in the topic of testing the code created in C++Builder on efficiency on 64-bit systems.

OpenMP support in PVS-Studio had been dropped after version 5.20. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our support.

At present, PVS-Studio package consists of two static code analyzers: Viva64 to search for 64-bit errors and VivaMP to test parallel OpenMP programs. PVS-Studio integrates into Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/2008 development environment and MSDN Help system.

At the moment of writing this text, PVS-Studio does not support C++Builder by Embarcadero and perhaps it is too early to think about it. The time of 64-bit programs for Embarcadero C++Builder users will come a bit later. However, creating 64-bit applications is a relevant task. We are ready to discuss the question of integrating PVS-Studio with Embarcadero C++Builder.

If your company has a large amount of source code and is planning to adapt it for 64-bit systems, please write to our support service. We are a small company that can quickly respond to clients' needs and implement all the necessary functionality and support.

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We offer you to check your project code with PVS-Studio. Just one bug found in the project will show you the benefits of the static code analysis methodology better than a dozen of the articles.

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Andrey Karpov
Articles: 396

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