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       bogosec_wrapper - Wrapper script for BogoSec source-code security quality metric tool


       bogosec_wrapper TARGET-DIRECTORY [OPTIONS]


       bogosec_wrapper  automates  the  process  by  running  bogosec  on  a directory containing
       different  file  formats  supported  by  bogosec  and  collecting   the   results   in   :
       /tmp/bogosec.results  and /tmp/bogosec.detail_results. These files are overwritten by each

       bogosec_wrapper accepts options to be passed on to bogosec, options are passed  after  the
       target  directory  and  must  be included in "". (example: bogosec_wrapper /Some_Directory
       "--nhf --timeout 60" ).


       The following is a brief explanation of the options; for  additional  information,  please
       refer to bogosec man page.

       -l     Turn on scanner output logging.

       --log-dir directory
              Specify a directory for scanner output logs.

       --min-sev minimum_severity_level
              Specify a minimum severity level. Default is 0.

       --nhf, --no-header-files
              Do not scan header files.

       -p, --plugin plugin_name [args]
              Specify a plugin to use.

       --plugin-dir directory
              Specify    the    directory    where   the   plugins   are   stored.   Default   is

       --sev-range-max number
              Specify the maximum severity value to be used in  calculating  the  severity  value
              range.  The default is 10.

       --timeout number
              Specify the cpu time limit in seconds.

       --temp-log-dir directory
              Specify  a  directory  where  you  want  the  temporary files used by BogoSec to be
              stored. The default is /tmp/.

       -v, --verbosity 0|1
              Specify verbosity level. The default is 0.

       --xp, --exclude-plugin plugin_name
              Do not run plugin defined by plugin_name.





       Developed by Dustin Kirkland, Agoston Petz, and Loulwa Salem at the IBM  Linux  Technology