In 1971, the USSR delivered the first planetary rovers on skis to Mars, whose task was to puncture the surface with a rod (housing a dynamic penetrometer and a radiation densitometer) to see if Mars was solid or liquid dusty. The first probe crashed on November 27; the second soft-landed on December 2 but didn’t manage to get out of the “shell” of the lander, so that attempt didn’t count.
As is probably known to our readers, PVS-Studio static analyzer is exploring a new development direction – the Linux platform; as you may have noticed from the previous articles, it is doing well. This article shows how easily you can check a project with the help of the Linux version of the analyzer, because the simpler PVS-Studio for Linux is, the more supporters it will have. This time our choice was the CodeLite project. CodeLite was compiled and tested in Linux. Let’s see what results we got.
Start. 37 seconds of flight. KaBOOM! 10 years and 7 billion dollars are turning into dust.
The programmers were to blame for everything.