This is the Linux app named OovAide whose latest release can be downloaded as Oovaide-0.1.6-Linux.deb. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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DESCRIPTIONThe OovAide project used to be named oovcde. Searching the web will bring up more information about oovcde at this time.
The OovAide project is a C++ or Java analysis IDE for Windows or Linux with an automated multi-tasking build system, cross compiler support, an analysis tool based on CLang that creates UML class, component, sequence as well as zone and portion diagrams from C++ or Java source, static analysis and test coverage. The diagrams allow navigation through the source code, and can be edited manually and saved as .SVG files. It creates CMake files and can be built using Eclipse or CMake. Export to SQLite is supported.
- Automatically generated class, sequence and component diagrams
- Diagrams show more relations than UML
- Automated dependency parsing of C++ source code (based on CLang)
- Quick navigation between drawings and code
- Multi-tasking build system
- Syntax highlighting (based on CLang)
- GDB debugging
- Drawings can be saved as SVG
- Code test coverage
- Complexity measurements of source code
- Duplicate code detection
- Dead code detection
- Static analysis of method and attribute usage
- On Github at https://github.com/animatedb/oovcde
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