I do agree with your analysis of PC-lint vs.
FlexeLint pricing. UNIX is no longer purely a
Until Gimpel software fixes this, do be aware that
PC-lint runs just fine on Linux as a regular
console application and works just fine on G++ code.
LINT-NT.EXE only imports 57 symbols from
KERNEL32.DLL, all of which are flawlessly
implemented in Wine. There is no performance
difference when running it this way.
Simply install Wine (http://www.winehq.com/), then
$wine lint-nt.exe [parameters]
Or, if you add the appropriate line to
"/proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/register," you can just
For more details on running Win32 console apps
under Linux with Wine, see:
for more info about binfmt_misc.