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Thread: OCLint: Another Way For Clang Static Code Analysis

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    Default OCLint: Another Way For Clang Static Code Analysis

    Phoronix: OCLint: Another Way For Clang Static Code Analysis

    For those looking at new static code analysis tools, OCLint is an open-source utility powered by LLVM's Clang foundation to provide a variety of features when inspecting C, Objective-C, and C++ code-bases. In recent testing of OCLint for an internal C-based Phoronix code-base, OCLint proved to be quite useful...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTM3OTg

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    That's great, it's hard to find sane static code analyzers for C++ that are FOSS. I'll certainly test it out!

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    What does it do different compared to Clang's analyzer?

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    I've been mostly working in C lately and have been using splint to check my code; this looks like an interesting alternative and it is nice that it covers C++ and Objective-C as well.

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    Default OK if it proved useful where is the rest of the article?

    I mean really guys this is the sort of thing deserving a more indepth article.

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