I didn’t like the documentation for Wireshark’s CLI, so I completely documented all Wireshark command line utilities in tshark.dev. tshark.dev is your complete guide to working with packet captures on the command-line. Every utility is documented with examples. It gets ~1000 visitors per day, and is linked to by universities and Wireshark docs themselves.
It has the only searchable pcap database on the internet.
and five C/C++ static code analyzers:
This is useful for writing better C/C++ code.
3/7 are shown here for brevity.
- Relay correct pass/fail to pre-commit, even when some commands exit 0 when they should not. Some versions of oclint, clang-tidy, and cppcheck have this behavior.
--arguments, which pre-commit has problems with
- Optionally enforce a command version so your team gets code formatted/analyzed the same way
- Formatters clang-format and uncrustify will error with diffs of what has changed