TLDR
Enter a command. For example: psql, drill, git checkout, find.

cppcheck

 
A static analysis tool for C/C++ code. Instead of syntax errors, it focuses on the types of bugs that compilers normally do not detect. More information: http://cppcheck.sourceforge.net.
 
  • Recursively check the current directory, showing progress on the screen and logging error messages to a file:
     
    cppcheck . 2> cppcheck.log
     
  • Recursively check a given directory, and don't print progress messages:
     
    cppcheck --quiet {{path/to/directory}}
     
  • Check a given file, specifying which tests to perform (by default only errors are shown):
     
    cppcheck --enable={{error|warning|style|performance|portability|information|all}} {{path/to/file.cpp}}
     
  • List available tests:
     
    cppcheck --errorlist
     
  • Check a given file, ignoring specific tests:
     
    cppcheck --suppress={{test_id1}} --suppress={{test_id2}} {{path/to/file.cpp}}
     
  • Check the current directory, providing paths for include files located outside it (e.g. external libraries):
     
    cppcheck -I {{include/directory_1}} -I {{include/directory_2}} .
     
  • Check a Microsoft Visual Studio project (*.vcxproj) or solution (*.sln):
     
    cppcheck --project={{path/to/project.sln}}

This is a tldr pages (source, CC BY 4.0) web wrapper for cheat-sheets.org. All commands, popular commands, most used linux commands. Referrals. Progressive Web Application (PWA) version to install on your device.