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What are people saying about Visual Lint Standard Edition

Stefan Hauber Does your product also support C++Builder? Or is it planned to do with a soon-upcoming (free) update?

Is the Java support, which - according to your website - will come out soon inside a free update?

Thank you...
Mar 25 2011 at 5:59pm Copy Link
Roberto im a c++ builder user too. same question here.
Mar 25 2011 at 6:57pm Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe Additional analysis tools will be made available as free updates to Visual Lint 3.0 as we complete them. If there are any particular tools you would like us to support (or help us beta test!) please let us know and we will be happy to look into it.

Java support (in the form of FindBugs, which I'm working on myself at present) should appear within the next couple of months. We also have support for the new version of Tiobe's ClockSharp analysis tool for C# almost ready, so that should also be enabled in Visual Lint 3.0 soon.

C++ Builder support is on our roadmap - in fact we already have the project file parsers etc. we need for C++ Builder 6.0 through to C++ Builder XE working as part of LintProject - but we don't yet have a plug-in for it. It is however something we want to do, and have other customers asking for.
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 25 2011 at 9:52pm Copy Link
Stefan Hauber Thanks for the answers.

Having and using C++Builder I am wondering if I could use your tool even now, perhaps with a command-line call for given .cpp-files?

Can you confirm that this plugin for C++Builder comes free for this-time-buyers (with whatever version-number it will comes out)?

Under 'Prerequisites' you write 'Visual Lint uses third party analysis tools including Gimpel PC-lint ( and CppCheck ( ) to perform source code analysis. As such, you will need a valid licence and installation for one of the supported analysis tools in order to be able to use this software. As these tools are supplied by third party vendors we are not able to include these in the trial download.'.

Does this only concern the trial-version and are all tools needed included in the Visual-Lint standard-edition? Or would there be additional costs?
Mar 27 2011 at 7:27pm Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe I'm afraid Visual Lint does not have a command line interface as yet (though that should be coming later this year).

In the meantime, our companion LintProject tool does - and that has support for C++ Builder already. FWIW we already have customers using that who intend to move to Visual Lint when it becomes available for C++ Builder; we obviously to make that move as easy as possible for them financially.

If we develop and release a Visual Lint plug-in for C++ Builder whilst Visual Lint 3.x is our headline version it will of course be offered as a free update (no new keys will be needed; we would just add it to the installer). If however it did not appear until (say) 4.x an upgrade licence would be needed to use the new version.

In practice we release new major versions infrequently (usually no more than once every couple of years) so the chances are if we are able to do it a C++ Builder plug-in will appear in v3.x.
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 27 2011 at 9:57pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens I'm sorry but I just have to speak up about a world filled with sheep using C-based languages, generating code filled with errors, requiring an order of magnitude more time, programmers, and money to produce buggy, unreliable products with huge security holes (buffer overflows and such). Eiffel has been around a lot longer than Java or C#, has always had automatic memory management, portable, multi-platform code, supports C or .NET backends, has true multiple inheritance which is required for true object-oriented programming, generics, agents, Design by Contract, void-safety, automated testing, just added SCOOP for effortless concurrency, etc. Available in open-source for open-source projects (required) or commercial licenses for closed-source projects. C++, C#, Java, etc., keep trying to add features that have been in Eiffel forever, but they'll never catch up. The open-source development version is released every month or two so always has the latest features, the commercial version is released every six months (same code base).
Mar 28 2011 at 6:57pm Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe Now that's what I call a rant! Do you mind if I quote you elseware? ;)

Eiffel is a fine language, that's for sure. Unfortunately in the real world you just don't always have the sort of choice you advocate.

Personally I'm a pragmatist in these sort of issues - if I have the choice (which is rare, to be sure) I will always choose a language and platform which will not only do the job but which the organisation is capable of maintaining after I've gone. The end results of that is much as I'd love to use Haskell, Erlang or D on some projects it usually ends up being C++, C# or Java.

I'm sorry you're mad about that, but that's just the way it usually works out.

That's not to take anything away from Eiffel though - far from it!
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 28 2011 at 8:46pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Anna-Jayne Metcalfe, sorry, I'm not trying to take away from your product, I think it's great that you're promoting tools to reduce software errors, it's just that with Microsoft promoting C, C++, and C# for all of these years, the state of software development has gotten worse, not better. I feel like someone has to point out that using other languages would result in much better code, much faster, and much cheaper. But if people are going to stick with C-based languages, then they should certainly consider Visual Lint. If I wrote C-based code, I would definitely buy it, the price is very reasonable. People underestimate how much it costs to find and correct bugs, it would pay for itself right away.
Mar 28 2011 at 9:10pm Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe No worries Frank, and thanks for the testimonial. :)

Your posts reveal real passion, and if you are able to target it in directions which will yield positive results that's a really good thing.

FWIW my own rants are usually about organisations with poor or inflexible development practices rather than languages, but the same principles apply really.
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 28 2011 at 9:30pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens There's another positive about your company, female software engineers. At least in the US, there aren't enough of those, so that's another reason (in addition to useful products) that I would support your company if I used Microsoft development tools (BTW, Borland Delphi was the first visual IDE and rapid-development environment for Windows, Microsoft didn't have anything comparable for a long time).
Mar 28 2011 at 11:40pm Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe Thanks Frank. We do try to blaze a trail where we can. :)

I used Delphi's ancestor Turbo Pascal extensively, and it was quite stunning or its time. It's a shame Borland never kept up the momentum they had then - otherwise the dev landscape today could have been entirely different.

BTW we don't just support Microsoft dev tools - our core code is environment agnostic, and can be integrated into any development environment with a comprehensive plug-in model. We're putting a lot of effort into Eclipse at present, but that won't be the last one by any means.
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 28 2011 at 11:54pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Anna-Jayne Metcalfe, not to get off-topic, but Microsoft stole the top two Borland Delphi developers with enormous amounts of compensation and real estate. They went on to develop the Visual Studio products and .NET. Borland sued, Microsoft settled, but Borland never recovered.
Mar 29 2011 at 12:06am Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe That sort of story never surprises me Frank; the current sage involving Java, Hudson and Oracle is testimony to that.
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 29 2011 at 12:23am Copy Link
Ulrich Hello Anna-Jayne, Beth...

Somebody has to ask: Is there a discount for current users of Visual Lint 2 Std as well for upgrading to the new release?
Mar 29 2011 at 2:13am Copy Link
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe To keep it simple this promotion has been set up for new licence orders only.

I did a bit of experimentation with the BDJ ordering system last night ( thought this question might come up!) and even if the discount coupon is valid for more than the specified product ID there doesn't appear to be a way to add additional products to the cart from within BDJ.

However, it must be said that by using this promotion you can get a new full licence for the same price as an upgrade anyway. :)
Riverblade Ltd - Mar 29 2011 at 2:30am Copy Link

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