Author: Anandi Hira

UCC Version 2018.07

Finally! Our next, and last, UCC release! We have decided to focus on UCC-Java, so that it has all the features UCC currently does. Hence, I have decided to make this release available to everyone. Many of you may know

UCC-J Version 2018.05

The latest version of UCC is only accessible to USC CSSE Affiliates for the first year. You may access the second-most recent of UCC. If your organization is a USC CSSE Affiliate and you are still receiving this message, please

UCC 2017 Updates!

Hello UCC users, First of all, I apologize for the delay on our end in getting out the new updates – making the 2015.12 version available to the general users, and providing Affiliates with a newer version. Along with having

UCC-J Version 2017.01

USC CSSE and IAI worked together to redo UCC’s architecture, and begin implementation in Java this past year! Though not all of the features that exist in the C++ version of UCC is yet implemented in UCC-J, we are making

UCC Version 2017.01

New Features Objective C parser Cyclomatic complexity support for Midas languages Option to specify non-default comment delimiters Allow file filters in a file, as an alternative to the current filespecs option Customization of report headers Visual differencing only includes modified

UCC Version 2015.12 is here!

Hello UCC Users! Though we are about 15 days late from our scheduled release date, the new UCC v2015.12 is well worth the wait! With the help of this release’s major contributor, Randy Maxwell, UCC now has multi-threading capability! This

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:

2014.08 (August 2014)

Release – 2014.08(August 2014) – Download Source Key New Features –  Cyclomatic Complexity reporting for Ada, Bath, CFScript, ColdFulsion, CShell, DOSBatch, Fortran, Javascript, Matlab, Ruby, Pascal, PHP, Python, Verilog and VHDL DOS Batch Counter GUI Visual Differencing Functionality Notes – Release Notes Release Status –

2013.04

Release – 2013.04 – Download Source Key New Features – New Complexity methodology- implemented for C/C++, C++, C#, Java, Perl, Visual Basic. New Counters – Verilog, VHDL, Matlab, Makefile Notes – Release Notes Status – Stable

2013.04B(April 2013)

Release – 2013.04B(April 2013) – Download Source Key New Features – New Complexity methodology- implemented for C/C++,C++,C#,Java,Perl,Visual Basic. New Counters – Verilog, VHDL, Matlab, Makefile Notes – Release Notes Status – Beta

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