Publication of MISRA C:2012 Amendment 2

February 25, 2020 //By Ally Winning
Andrew Banks, Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group, has announced that the MISRA consortium has published a key update to its MISRA C:2012 guidelines.
Andrew Banks, Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group, has announced that the MISRA consortium has published a key update to its MISRA C:2012 guidelines.

The publication of Amendment 2 to MISRA C guidelines is part of a program of events at the embedded world exhibition. Amendment 2 extends MISRA C guidelines to address issues of concern with the 2011 and 2018 editions of the C Standard by mapping the undefined, unspecified and implementation-defined behaviours to the existing MISRA C guidelines. The new amendment also offers a framework for further guidance in C11/C18 features, including multi-threading and atomics.

The MISRA consortium has also announced MISRA Compliance:2020, an updated framework for claiming compliance with MISRA coding guidelines which includes guidance on a robust and structured process for the use of deviations. With the adoption of Amendment 2, MISRA Compliance becomes a mandatory part of MISRA C.

The embedded world exhibition will also host a MISRA stream, featuring eleven presentations on the first day of the conference. The stream will be hosted by Andrew Banks.

Banks will also host a situation report from the MISRA Consortium at the event. The report will discuss recent activities and the future road map.

More information

www.misra.org.uk

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