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BW: Boeing Chooses ParaSoft's CodeWizard to Automate Coding Standard Enforcement Across Company

Apr 17, 2000, 19:52 (0 Talkback[s])

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"The Boeing Company and ParaSoft Corporation have jointly announced that Boeing is licensing ParaSoft's CodeWizard to automate coding standard enforcement on major software development programs. CodeWizard will automatically enforce "programming rules" and coding guidelines created by Boeing and already in use by the company's developers. Coding standards are used to ensure quality and uniformity in programs produced by a company's developers. Although they are not a new phenomenon, companies until recently had to rely on "self-policing" by developers to ensure that their standards were followed."

"CodeWizard is the world's only automatic coding standard enforcement tool. It uses patented Source Code Analysis technology (patent No. 5,860,011) to automatically alert developers of over 70 coding standard violations in C++ programs. These violations represent high-level design flaws or other problems that may hinder code readability, portability, etc."

"CodeWizard is available for Windows NT/95/98, Linux, DEC Alpha, Sun/Solaris, SGI (IRIX 5.x & 6.x), HP (10 & 11), IBM RS/6000 (AIX 3.4 & 4.x). Pricing starts at $995 (single user, machine locked) for Windows."

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