This action provides an automated interface to CodeHealer, the source code analysis and verification tool, allowing the integration of automatic generation of source code analysis and metrics reports into your build process.
Please select the CodeHealer project file (.CHP) to be analysed, and also ensure that the project can be analysed successfully by manually running a full analysis from within CodeHealer itself before attempting to execute a CodeHealer Analysis action on a project from within FinalBuilder.
A number of options can be set from within this CodeHealer Analysis action, but many can only be set from within CodeHealer. Please ensure that all the required or appropriate preferences have been set from within CodeHealer before attempting to execute a CodeHealer Analysis action on a project.
Each CodeHealer Analysis action must perform either one or both of a full analysis or a calculation of metrics for the selected project, and the results can be checked and exported to various file formats using the settings on the pages of this action.
The available settings should be fairly self explanatory, but for more details on the meaning and usage of each of the settings that are available in this action please refer to the Command Line Parameters section of the CodeHealer Help file.
Finally, make sure that you have correctly configured the location of the CodeHealer program (CODEHEALER.EXE) and its default options by selecting Tools | Options | Source Code Tools | CodeHealer from the FinalBuilder main menu.
What is CodeHealer
CodeHealer is an efficient, powerful and easy to use program source code analysis and verification tool that will help find and fix a significant number of programming bugs, mistakes and inconsistencies in Delphi programs before they are released.
The information provided by CodeHealer will also help developers understand and improve existing code that they have not written. This is especially helpful for corporate developers who take over the management of legacy applications.
For more information on CodeHealer, and to download a trial version, please visit http://www.socksoftware.com.