This is the Linux app named Infer whose latest release can be downloaded as Inferversionv1.1.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Infer is a static analysis tool - if you give Infer some Java or C/C++/Objective-C code it produces a list of potential bugs. Anyone can use Infer to intercept critical bugs before they have shipped to users, and help prevent crashes or poor performance. Infer checks for null pointer exceptions, resource leaks, annotation reachability, missing lock guards, and concurrency race conditions in Android and Java code. Infer checks for null pointer dereferences, memory leaks, coding conventions and unavailable API’s. Start with the Getting Started guide and our other docs to download and try Infer yourself. Infer is still evolving, and we want to continue to develop it in the open. We hope it will be useful for other projects, so please try it out or contribute to it, join the community and give us feedback!
- Infer is deployed within Facebook and it is running continuously to verify select properties of every code modification
- It can be used for other code too: Infer can also analyze C code, and Java code that is not Android
- Infer is tracking problems caused by null pointer dereferences and resource and memory leaks
- Infer came to Facebook with the acquisition of the verification startup Monoidics in 2013
- When analyzing C files, Infer captures the gcc command and runs clang instead to parse them
- Additionally, we have Infer linters for describing shallow syntactic analyses, using the AL language
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