Resource Standard Metrics is a source code metrics and quality analysis tool for ANSI C, ANSI C++, C# and Java for use on all Windows and UNIX operating systems. The speed, ease of use and portability of RSM make it unlike any other source code analysis tool on the market today. RSM provides standard metrics and automated source code analysis and is indispensable for any enterprise seeking to achieve ISO-9001, TickIt and SEI certifications. Now your company can run the same tool on multiple languages, on multiple operating systems, creating a higher standard for your metrics collection and source code quality.
RSM supports the language syntax of ANSI C, ANSI C++, C# and Java. RSM is designed to analyze compiled source code. Source code that will not compile will not correctly pass through the RSM parser. RSM may miss functions and or code constructs if the source code cannot be compiled according to the specific grammar of the source language.
Resource Standard Metrics provides a combination of features not found in any other metrics tool. RSM is a shell-based tool, meaning that you must use a command shell or any UNIX shell or Xterm you desire to run RSM. This allows RSM to integrate seamlessly into Visual Studio, Kawa and other IDE's. RSM utilizes a license file and configuration file on start up. The configuration file allows the user to customize the degree of source code analysis. RSM typically takes run-time switches allowing the user to customize the desired output. RSM creates HTML reports for Visual Metrics that interacts with source code hyperlinks and CSV or comma separated value format for direct input to MS Excel or other spreadsheets.
Use one tool across all operating systems - RSM Installation
Use one tool across all project languages for K&R and ANSI C, ANSI C++ and Java 2.0+ - RSM Options and Reports
No limitations to the file length, number of files or usage, RSM has processed proje
What's New in this Release: Added new features and maintenance update
Link to Resource Standard Metrics C C++ C# Java sample code
Platform: Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Win
License: Free To Try
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: Feb 19, 2017
Last version date: Aug 23, 2009
Page Visit: 116
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 21, 2008