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Insure++ 2023.1 Release Announcement
- STL checking is now enabled for GCC-5 thru GCC-10. There are, however, some outstanding issues. STL checking is an extended and experimental feature of Insure++ which may be helpful in finding STL usage violations. See STL Checking in the User's Guide.
- Several parser improvements.
- Bug fixes.
- Insure++ needs one TLS slot to track threads. This slot must be in the minimum supported range, (usually 1-64). If an application uses too many of the "guaranteed" TLS slots, then Insure++ won't function. We've seen this with Intellicad.
- Session zero isolation prevents user interaction with the GUI when debugging system services. The workaround is to use a report file, or open the Insure++ GUI beforehand.
- AutoCAD plugins have been known to be incompatible with Insure++ in the past. Try turing on "static linking" in the Control Panel. Consider C++Test with BugDetective.
The following are the only tested and officially supported platforms for this release:
- Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 with the following compilers:
- Visual Studio 2015 (VS 14.0)
- Visual Studio 2017 (VS 15.0)
- Visual Studio 2019 (VS 16.x)
In general, we support Linux distros. However, only the following are tested on a regular basis:
GCC-5.4.x - GCC-11.x
Older GCCs may work, but they are not tested. GLIBC version 2.15, (or later), is required
- Fedora 18
- Fedora 24
- Fedora 25
- Fedora 26
- Ubuntu 16
- Ubuntu 17