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    Tools for auditing your source

    I've been reviewing various tools for auditing source code lately and would like to start this thread on the subject. People would probably benefit greatly if they knew what tools are out there, what you've tried, and what your experience with those tools might have been. I'll post up a list of the tools I've been playing with soon, where to get them, and how I liked them.

    What tools do you use to audit your source? Do you like them?
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