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  1. SonarQube, a core component of the Sonar solution, is an open source, self-managed tool that systematically helps developers and organizations deliver Clean Code.

    Open Source freemium $150.0 / Annually

  2. Sourcetrail is a cross-platform source explorer for C/C++ and Java.

  3. Measures Software Development Productivity, Estimates Costs, Source Code Metrics and Quality using Automatic Analysis

  4. CodeCompass is an extensible code comprehension tool.

  5. Master Your C and C++ Codebase with Precision and Insight


  6. Combines a powerful Code Editor together with an impressive array of static analysis tools that will change the way you work with code.

    paid Free Trial

  7. Web-based code browser for your C/C++ projects

  8. Source Insight is a programming editor & code browser with built-in live analysis for C/C++, C#, Java, and more; helping you understand large projects.

  9. Cppcheck is an analysis tool for C/C++ code. It detects the types of bugs that the compilers normally fail to detect. The goal is no false positives. CppCheckDownload cppcheck for free.

    Open Source

  10. LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS) is a high-performance Apache drop-in replacement.

  11. JArchitect is used by developers to measure, understand and improve their Java code quality.

  12. Code Climate provides automated code review for your apps, letting you fix quality and security issues before they hit production. We check every commit, branch and pull request for changes in quality and potential vulnerabilities.

    Open Source

  13. The Leader in Requirements Management Solutions

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