Intel’s automated debugging tool ControlFlag is now open source #OpenSource
Intel’s automated code debugging tool ControlFlag is now open source and available for developers to access for free – a move that will come as a relief to many who are tired of spending hours scrutinizing their software programs in search of a potential anomaly.
ControlFlag has until now only been used internally by Intel, to spot anomalies in the company’s own software development.
Now available via GitHub, ControlFlag taps machine learning to automatically identify bugs in software and firmware code, saving developers the time-consuming task of manually debugging the programs they write.
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