is 'Open C' 'MISRA C' compliant?

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mukesh
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is 'Open C' 'MISRA C' compliant?

Post by mukesh » Fri Apr 13, 2007 6:05 am

Hi friends,

my question is same as the subject line

is 'Open C' 'MISRA C' compliant?

thanks n regards
Mukesh
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Re: is 'Open C' 'MISRA C' compliant?

Post by phaedsys » Sat Apr 14, 2007 10:11 am

mukesh wrote:Hi friends,

my question is same as the subject line

is 'Open C' 'MISRA C' compliant?

thanks n regards
Mukesh
1 What is "open C"?
2 Where is "Open C"
3 What do the authors of "open c" say on the matter?

4 AFAIK MISRA does not do any conformance or complience certification and has not licenced anyone else to do so. So you will have to investigatge any claims of "conformance" or "compliance" yourself to ensure that they meet your needs.


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