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adactl - Ada rules controller


adactl [options] unit[+|-unit]|[@]file ... [-- ASIS_options]

adactl -h [rule id... | all | commands | license | list | options | rules | version]


AdaControl is an Ada rules controller. It is used to control that Ada software meets the
requirements of a number of parameterizable rules. It is not intended to supplement checks
made by the compiler, but rather to search for particular violations of good-practice
rules, or to check that some rules are obeyed project-wide.

Commercial support is available for AdaControl, see file
/usr/share/doc/adacontrol/support.txt. If you plan to use AdaControl for industrial
projects, or if you want it to be customized or extended to match your own needs, please
contact Adalog at info@adalog.fr.


-C Check rules syntax only. Accepts -d, -f, -l, -v, -x.

-D Generate dependencies. Accepts -o, -p, -r, -s, -w, -x.

-h Prints a general help message.

-h rule
Describe rule.

-h all Describe all rules.

-h commands|license|options|version
Describe all commands, the licence (GPL), the options or the version number.

-h list
List the rules in a format suitable for use inside the GNAT Programming Studio.

-h rules
List the rules in a normal format.

-I Interactive mode. Accepts all options.


-d Enable debug mode.

-e Treat warnings (Search) as errors (Check)

-E Print only errors (Check).

-f file
Use file for the specification of rules

Choose output format.

-i Ignore local deactivations.

-l rule...
Process with the specified rules; see below.

-o file
Send output to the specified file.

-p file
Specify an emacs ada-mode project file (.adp)

-r Recursive

-s Only process Ada unit specifications

-S level
Produce statistics; level is an integer in the range 0 .. 4.

-t trace_file
Send a trace to the specified file.

-T Report execution time of rules.

-u Treat all parameters as Ada units

-v Enable verbose mode.

-w Overwrite output file (works with -o)

-x Exit when internal error


The following rules are available for the -l option:
Abnormal_Function_Return Allocators
Array_Declarations Barrier_Expressions
Case_Statement Characters
Declarations Default_Parameter
Directly_Accessed_Globals Duplicate_Initialization_Calls
Entities Entity_Inside_Exception
Exception_Propagation Expressions
Global_References Header_Comments
Improper_Initialization Instantiations
Insufficient_Parameters Local_Hiding
Max_Blank_Lines Max_Call_Depth
Max_Line_Length Max_Nesting
Max_Size Max_Statement_Nesting
Movable_Accept_Statements Multiple_Assignments
Naming_Convention Non_Static
Not_Elaboration_Calls Not_Selected_Name
No_Operator_Usage Object_Declarations
Other_Dependencies Parameter_Aliasing
Parameter_Declarations Potentially_Blocking_Operations
Pragmas Reduceable_Scope
Representation_Clauses Return_Type
Side_Effect_Parameters Silent_Exceptions
Simplifiable_Expressions Simplifiable_Statements
Special_Comments Statements
Style Terminating_Tasks
Type_Initial_Values Uncheckable
Units Unnecessary_Use_Clause
Unsafe_Paired_Calls Unsafe_Unchecked_Conversion
Usage Use_Clauses

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