gcc-python-plugin is a plugin for GCC 4.6 onwards which embeds the CPython interpreter within GCC, allowing you to write new compiler warnings for C/C++ in Python, generate code visualizations, etc. It comes with "cpychecker": a tool for static analysis tool of CPython extensions.
Tarball releases are available at: https://fedorahosted.org/releases/g/c/gcc-python-plugin/
Prebuilt-documentation can be seen at: http://readthedocs.org/docs/gcc-python-plugin/en/latest/index.html
Project homepage: https://fedorahosted.org/gcc-python-plugin/
What's new in v0.10: * support for the to-be-released Python 3.3 (tested against latest release candidate)
* better support for analysis of C++ code: the API provides support for walking the namespace tree, and the cpychecker code now supports methods, references, "this", destructors, etc
* lots of bug fixes: the cpychecker code has been hardened by running it on all of the Python C extension code in Fedora 17, and in the process many internal bugs have been found and fixed - along with hundreds of bugs in the code being tested: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/StaticAnalysisOfPythonRefcounts
* similarly, Daniele Varrazzo used the checker extensively on psycopg, the popular Python interface to PostgreSQL, and using it was able to find and fix numerous subtle errors: http://initd.org/psycopg/articles/2012/03/29/psycopg-245-released/
* an experimental new HTML visualization for error reports: http://fedorapeople.org/%7Edmalcolm/gcc-python-plugin/2012-03-19/example/exa...
Thanks to Buck Golemon, Daniele Varrazzo, David Narvaez, Eevee, Jason Mueller, Kevin Pyle, Matt Rice and Tom Tromey for their contributions to this release.