With build 596 we’ve added support to Understand for Objective-C and Objective-C++, and we would love your feedback on it. This support is added as part of the new strict analyzer, so make sure your project is fully configured to get an accurate parse. Please point Understand at your Objective-C code, and if you run… Read more »
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The interactive Cluster Call Graphs show the function call graph, organized by file. There are several variants of this graph: Call, Call-by, Butterfly and Internal Call. They can also be accessed from the function, class, file or architecture level. These graphs can all be accessed from the Graphical View right click menu for the entity…. Read more »
There is a new option for identifying and defining missing macros. The new tool shows what macros are not defined as well as how and where they are referenced. This makes it easy to see which missing Macro definitions would have the largest impact on your project.
Build 571 contains a completely re-written version of ‘und’, the command line interface for Understand. The commands have been standardized and the tool should be much easier to use. Because of the extensive changes, this new version is not backwards compatible with older versions of und. The old und will still ship and has been… Read more »
With Understand 2.6 Build 560 we’ve added a powerful new tool for creating C/C++ projects. The Parse Improvement Tool helps you quickly find missing include paths for your project which will lead to more accurate parsing and project information. Previously Understand relied on you knowing exactly where the include files were and specifying the path…. Read more »
With this weekend’s release of Understand 2.6 Build 551, we are pleased to announce support for the COBOL language. We’d love your feedback on it, and if you have some sample code you would like us to look at, we’d love to see it. Grab it at www.getunderstand.com.
If you’ve been looking for a way to visualize your high level code layout and intra-project dependencies, this is it. Watch this short video to get a taste of how useful these graphs are. Your browser does not support the video tag.