InspectionPrinter is a utility to help get source code ready for a formal inspection.
15 May 2006
Around 1.7 MB
Inspection Printer depends on the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, which can be obtained through Windows Update.
Note: Installing the software means that you agree to the license.
Note for Firefox users: Microsoft's ClickOnce technology may require an add-on to work (such as the Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant add-on).
If you have a previous version that was installed through a normal Windows Installer setup script, you can uninstall that version
Inspection Printer is a utility to help get source code ready for a formal inspection. Despite its name, Inspection Printer doesn't actually print anything. Instead, it creates a PDF file that can be sent to reviewers. The PDF contains a cover sheet, a table of contents, and source files with monochrome syntax highlighting. Highlighting is supported for C++, C# and Java. Here is a sample output file: sample.pdf
The software, the documentation and all other content of the distributed package except HTMLDOC copyright 2003-2006 Eric Smith. All rights reserved.
HTMLDOC, which is copyrighted by Easy Software Products, is released under the GNU GPL license.
Permission is hereby granted to use this software, for both commercial and non-commercial purposes, without limitations and free of charge. Permission is hereby granted to copy and distribute the software for non-commercial purposes. A commercial distribution is NOT allowed without prior written permission of the author.
This software is supplied "AS IS". The author disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The author assumes no liability for direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages, which may result from the use of this software, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.
The author encourages the submission of comments and suggestions concerning this software. All suggestions will be given serious technical consideration. By submitting material to the author, you are granting the right to make any use of the material deemed appropriate, i.e. any communication or material that you transmit to the author by electronic mail or otherwise, including any data, questions, comments, suggestions or the like, is, and will be treated as, non-confidential and nonproprietary information. The author may use such communication or material for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, reproduction, disclosure, transmission, publication, broadcast and further posting. Further, the author is free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in any communication or material you send for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing, manufacturing and marketing products.