Updated PVS-Studio Diagnostic Count Graph

Andrey Karpov
Articles: 550

We regularly update the history of PVS-Studio's new features and improvements at the product website. But the text format isn't very informative in visualizing the development intensity. That's why we decided to write a small post and include a more informative diagnostic count graph.

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We already published a similar post, "PVS-Studio Graph of Diagnostic Abilities Development", about a year ago. But since the updated graph looks so nice, why not publish it one more time? :)

Of course, new diagnostics aren't the only new feature being added to our product. For instance, we work a lot on integrating PVS-Studio with various systems such as PlatformIO, Azure DevOps, Travis CI, CircleCI, GitLab CI/CD, Jenkins, SonarQube, and so on. It's just that the graph is the best form for visualizing the rapid development tendency.

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This graph shows the number of diagnostics added to PVS-Studio over time. Detailed information about new features can be found in the "Version History" section.

So far we've managed to maintain quite a rapid and steady growth, which also makes us a force of progress by stimulating other tools to keep pace :).

Thanks for reading. If you'd like to take a look at figures rather than graphs, welcome to "PVS-Studio ROI" :).



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