Coverity Scan Project Spotlight: LibreOffice

Eliminating more than 6,000 defects in less than one year is an impressive feat for any organization. Learn how LibreOffice, an open source office suite developed by the Document Foundation, was able to accomplish this task through the Coverity Scan service and lower their defect rate to 0.08% which is significantly lower than like sized open source and commercial projects.

Read the new Coverity Scan LibreOffice Project Spotlight to learn:

  • The most critical issues they found and fixed in their C/C++ code
  • How they reduced their defect density from 1.11 when they first joined the Coverity Scan service in 2012 to 0.08 in 2014
  • How the LibreOffice project has adjusted their processes to maintain this superior level of code quality

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