RVS 3.11 Launched

Streamlined software verification with RVS 3.11

With its new features and enhancements, RVS 3.11 makes critical software verification easier than ever

Streamlined workflow

With RVS 3.11, you can now make dynamic changes to your instrumentation more easily and take advantage of a simpler workflow that minimizes the need for troubleshooting.

These enhancements are supported by back-end changes that we've made in RVS. These changes pave the way for further improvements to streamline the RVS workflow, which you can expect in future releases.

Improved coverage merging

We've added a new utility to RapiCover, which helps you to merge coverage from multiple builds and test runs.

The Merge Coverage utility provides step-by-step guidance during the merge process, including flagging source code and tests that you may need to review.

Extended compiler extension support

Our new Compiler Extension editor lets you customize your integration to handle any non-standard C/C++ compiler extensions that you're using.

The editor includes syntax highlighting, error messaging, auto-completion and diff highlighting, and lets you test your implementation against sample code that you provide.

About RVS

RVS (Rapita Verification Suite) collects verification data from critical software while it runs either on host machines or embedded targets. Using RVS, aerospace and automotive electronics engineers can tackle the challenges involved in developing and maintaining critical embedded systems.