- Update to 2.0.11: * Provide a much more detailed error report, including recommended solutions, when character encoding problems hit. As Python3 has slowly gained in popularity, its failure to provide useful built-ins to handle real-world character encoding problems hurts more people. (E.g., many files don't comply with *any* character set encoding standard, and Python3 can't read them without enabling options that are wrong for others.) We can at least provide much more detailed feedback to help explain the various options available.
- Use python3
- Use noun phrase in summary. Drop metadata redundancies from description.
- Update to 2.0.10: * Use binary mode when reading a diffhitlist. * Fix a serious defect in --diffhitlist option and added a unit test * Don't warn if memcpy call includes sizeof(first arg). * Bugfix (banned function _ftcsat should be _ftcscat). * Documentation tweaks. Make it clear that GitHub issues and pull requests are supported, and use ~~~~ in markdown to ease copy-and-paste from documentation.
- Update to 2.0.7: * Incorporate many small improvements from nickthetait * Fix a number of bugs reported by philipp * Update URLs for www.dwheeler.com -> dwheeler.com - Highlights from older versions: * add detection of crypt_r function * add detection of errant equal, mismatch, and is_permutation * update CWE, risk, and discussion for C++14 STL functions * Always report hit counts correctly, even if ignored using -m * Switch from distutils to setuptools * Flawfinder can now run on either Python 2.7 or 3 * Change version numbers to use Semantic Versioning (x.y.z) * Add support for generating CSV (comma-separated value) format, to make this tool easier to integrate into larger toolsuites.
- New version 1.31