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Download Polyspace 2020b and Meet Safety, Quality, and Security Standards for Your Software


How to Download and Install Polyspace 2020b




Polyspace is a static code analysis tool that helps you find and fix critical run-time errors, security vulnerabilities, coding standards violations, and code quality issues in your C, C++, and Ada code. In this article, we will show you how to download and install Polyspace 2020b, the latest release of the tool that supports C++17, JSON compilation database format, AUTOSAR C++14 rules, and more.


What is Polyspace and why use it?




Polyspace is a suite of products developed by MathWorks that use formal methods to prove the absence of critical run-time errors under all possible control flows and data flows. It includes checkers for coding rules, security standards, code metrics, and hundreds of additional classes of bugs. Polyspace products are:




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  • Polyspace Code Prover: Formally proves the absence of critical run-time errors without executing code.



  • Polyspace Bug Finder: Checks coding rules, security standards, code metrics, and finds bugs.



  • Polyspace Access: Identifies coding defects, reviews static analysis results, and monitors software quality metrics.



  • Polyspace Client for Ada: Proves the absence of run-time errors in Ada source code.



  • Polyspace Server for Ada: Performs code verification on computer clusters and publishes metrics.



Polyspace features




Some of the features of Polyspace products are:


  • Support for C/C++/Ada languages and various standards such as MISRA C/C++, AUTOSAR C++14, CWE, CERT-C, ISO/IEC 17961, etc.



  • Support for C++17 standard (ISO/IEC 14882:2017) since release 2020b.



  • Ability to read source and compiler specifications generated in a JSON compilation database format from build systems such as CMake, Ninja, and Bazel.



  • Integration with various IDEs such as Visual Studio Code, Eclipse, Visual Studio, etc. and CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, Buildbot, Hudson, etc.



  • Distributed workflows from Simulink for analyzing code generated from Simulink models on different machines.



  • Cloud-based static code analysis using AWS or Azure platforms.



Polyspace benefits




Some of the benefits of using Polyspace products are:


  • Quality: Find bugs and formally prove the absence of critical runtime errors without test cases or code execution.



  • Safety: Meet safety standards and document compliance to MISRA, ISO 26262, IEC 61508, DO-178, FDA regulations, etc.



  • Security: Check software security vulnerabilities and standards such as CWE, CERT-C, ISO/IEC 17961, etc.



  • Efficiency: Save time and resources by finding and fixing defects early in the development cycle.



  • Confidence: Demonstrate quality and correctness to customers and regulators with formal proofs and reports.



How to download Polyspace 2020b




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  • A MathWorks account with a valid license for Polyspace products. You can create an account .



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