Embedded Open Source Analysis
sponsored by Klocwork

Many organizations fail to recognize the importance of identifying coding defects early in embedded software. They typically lack the tools necessary to analyze the millions of lines of code that exist in this software. They are then unable to return a focused, accurate list of serious quality errors that exist in applications before their release.

This white paper highlights the results from an analysis of multiple open source projects that are commonly used in embedded development. Discover the defects associated with each of these projects, along with examples and an explanation of why these defects are critical to embedded software development. These development projects include:

  • uClinux - widely used operating system for embedded development
  • Quagga - popular routing software suite
  • Scratchbox - cross compilation toolkit
  • HSQLDB - relational database management system written in Java
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