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GuyHB
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re: MISRA C update addresses automotive software safety
GuyHB   6/27/2013 7:53:00 AM
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Most if not all of these rules are designed to reduce human coding errors and eliminate human cdig practices considered to be "unsafe" How do they apply to generated code?

Jack.L
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re: MISRA C update addresses automotive software safety
Jack.L   4/12/2013 5:59:39 PM
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Can anyone comment on whether this is followed in North America as well as Europe?

Juho L
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re: MISRA C update addresses automotive software safety
Juho L   4/11/2013 9:32:12 AM
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MISRA rules rules! http://users.metropolia.fi/~juhole/Ach.jpg

Olaf.Barheine
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re: MISRA C update addresses automotive software safety
Olaf.Barheine   4/10/2013 2:27:59 PM
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Not only for automotive systems! I have studied the guidelines for C and for C++ and I use them for the programming of all kinds of embedded systems. And I have to say, that the Misra rules really helped me to write better software.



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