UCC Version 2015.12

Key New Features!

With the help of this release's major contributor, Randy Maxwell, UCC now has multi-threading capability! This version of UCC also has some impressive performance improvements with respect to RAM consumption and run time.

Additional new features include:

  • Cyclomatic Complexity Ring 4 results for C++, Java, C#, and Scala
  • New Language Support
    • Assembly (NASM, MASM, GAS, MIPS, PowerPC)
    • COBOL
    • IDL
    • P/L SQL
    • Scala

Details on additional features and bug fixes are in the Release Notes.

Note on COBOL parser: This is a very preliminary version of the parser. Since we did not get direct user feedback, we want to get feedback in the form of bugs and defects to finally support COBOL for you!

Note for GUI: Using the GUI requires for you to have a blank fileList.txt in the location the GUI Executable is created after building in Qt for successful execution.

 

There are 2 options for this version. This one is the original, which only works with Qt 5.4.1.

Release: 2015.12 - Download Source

 

This past year, we updated the GUI source code to be compatible with a newer version of Qt - Qt 5.7.0.

Release: 2015.12.2 - Download Source

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7 comments on “UCC Version 2015.12
  1. Francesco Policastro says:

    UCC 2015.12 is not available yet, though the 12 months delay for general availability is over.
    When do you plan to make the access possible?
    Thanks in advance and happy new year!

    • Anandi Hira says:

      Hello everyone,

      We have been having server issues since October 2016. I had thought they were all resolved, as we had also tested most of the functionality. Unfortunately, there was a new problem that occurred this past week.

      We are working on resolving and bringing the website and functionality back, along with a new version!

      Thanks,
      Anandi Hira

  2. Donald Long says:

    It is 2017 that is over a year, when can I get this?

    • Anandi Hira says:

      Hello everyone,

      We have been having server issues since October 2016. I had thought they were all resolved, as we had also tested most of the functionality. Unfortunately, there was a new problem that occurred this past week.

      We are working on resolving and bringing the website and functionality back, along with a new version!

      Thanks,
      Anandi Hira

  3. Anandi Hira says:

    Hello everyone!

    Version 2015.12 should now be available to everyone!

    I do apologize for the long wait. Unfortunately, everyone that works on this project does so on a volunteer basis, hence, we experience longer than expected delays. But we thank you for being patient with us, and letting us know how much you have waited for this release!

    Thanks,
    Anandi Hira

  4. Thomas says:

    I have been using David Wheeler’s sloccount to generate metrics for my own personal projects. This tool looks like it will give me much more useful information. Thanks: keep up the good work.

    • Anandi Hira says:

      Hi,

      Thank you for your comment! Please do feel free to contact us if you notice any bugs, since we are still maintaining this tool and try to get to as many of the bugs reports and requests as possible.

      Thanks,
      Anandi Hira

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