This is a html'ized CMT++ Complexity Measures Report.

You can view the data via:
SUMMARY view contains file level information. It's columns are: Red color has been used to highlight points that the CMT++ tool gave an alarm of. Click on the column header links for seeing a sorted view of the selected attribute. Click on source file links for seeing the corresponding location in DETAILED view.

At the bottom there is all-files-together summary section showing the used alarm limits, number of alarms and the LOC, v(G) and MI measures over all measured files.

DETAILED view is effectively the same as the original input CMT++ report. The v(G), LOCphy, LOCpro, c%, V, B and MI (or MIwoc) columns have the same meanings as in the SUMMARY view. The Measured object column refers to measured function and file overall.

Note that a (big) DETAILED view may have been splitted to many (smaller) windows, which are First/Previous/Next/Last chained to each other. The possible splitting was decided at cmt2html time.

The DETAILED view has links to the actual source if they were possible to construct at cmt2html time. Regarding the link after "File: ", note that it is up to the used browser (file extension association...) what gets started or shown when a plain C/C++ source file is opened. The other source file links use a javascript technique to display the code inside the DETAILED view itself. However, if -no-javascript option was given at cmt2html time, this feature is not generated to the DETAILED view. Re-clicking the link or reloading the page makes the displayed source file portion to disappear.

For more information about the CMT++ System in general, please see the CMT++ User's Guide. It should be in the doc subdirectory of the CMT++ installation directory, which in turn should be pointed by environment variable CMTHOME.