|[Q] Want good coding standards document and tool firstname.lastname@example.org (C++ Freak) (1996-07-13)|
|Re: [Q] Want good coding standards document and tool email@example.com (Derek M Jones) (1996-07-15)|
|From:||Derek M Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||15 Jul 1996 11:44:05 -0400|
|Organization:||Knowledge Software Ltd|
email@example.com "C++ Freak" writes:
> I am looking for a tool on enforcing C/C++ company coding standards.
Check out our web page.
> The tool should:
> - restyle formatting / indentation
This is the job of an indentation tool, not a checking tool. Check out
> - parse on functions, static and global variables, classes and structures
I don't understand this requirement.
> - work like a C prepeocessor which allows redefining tokens)
A standards enforcing tool has to parse the source. This invariably
involves a preprocessor.
I suspect that, like most people, your requirements for a coding
standard are confused.
Although a little dated you might like to check out the books by Tom
Plum (the "C++ Programming Guidelines" book may have been updated from
my 1991 edition).
Derek M Jones tel: +44 (0) 1252 520 667
Knowledge Software Ltd email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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