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VectorCAST Pragmas Support for Controlling Instrumentation

Last updated: 2019-10-02

Previously, when the user desired to control how VectorCAST instruments or does not instrument specific lines of source code in C/C++ unit test environments or Cover environments, only comments were supported. For users wanting to remove the argument that retains comments (for example -C for GNU) from the compiler's preprocessor command, another method was needed.

VectorCAST version 2018 SP3 now treats the following pragmas the same as the equivalent instrumentation comments:


For example,

#pragma vcast_dont_do_mcdc_start
int a = b && c;
#pragma vcast_dont_do_mcdc_end

signals VectorCAST not to do MC/DC instrumentation on the statement.

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