Cevelop 1.7.0 Release – 12 Apr 2017

We are happy to announce the latest release of Cevelop, version 1.7.0. Prompted by the recent Eclipse CDT 9.2.2/Neon.3 release, this gives us the opportunity to refresh some of our plug ins.

In addition, our new Cevelop Beta Plug-ins update site gives you a sneak peek at upcoming Cevelop features. These updates are nightly builds of plug-ins that we are currently working on and will be included in upcoming Cevelop releases.

At the moment, the following beta plug-ins are available:

  • GSLAtor checks if your code conforms to the C++ Core Guidelines.
  • Intwidthfixator replaces implementation-dependent integral types, e.g. int, with fixed-width types, e.g. int32_t, and vice-versa.
  • Constificator detects and constifies variable declarations in functions and classes. (Note that this was previously included in Cevelop directly but has now been moved to the beta plug-ins.)

See our Beta Plug-ins page for more details and installation instructions. The Cevelop 1.7 release can be obtained from our Download page. If you have any issues or other feedback, please let us know.

— Mirko Stocker

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