[Bug 39596] use the CLang++ static analyser to find bugs

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Tue Mar 24 14:01:16 PDT 2015


--- Comment #26 from Julien Nabet <serval2412 at yahoo.fr> ---
(In reply to danichocolate714 from comment #25)
> Hi Maarten,
> 1 I finished the build and checked all the comments to this issue again.
> Then did I realize as Julien Nabet mentioned: there are reports produced
> every one or two weeks (By now the latest one is Mar 20th 2015) at this
> link: http://dev-builds.libreoffice.org/cppcheck_reports/master/
> ...
> Based on Julien Nabet, libreoffice is built with clang frequently. Thus I
> would suggest to close this bug.

Hi Danichocolate714,

cppcheck is a C/C++ static analyzer, clang is a front-end compiler.

I was building and put available quite regularly cppcheck reports but now it's
indeed made automatically thanks to Maarten.

About clang, I'm not an expert at all, I can only say there's a Tinderbox which
uses it and that clang can detect things that cppcheck can't detect (I don't
think the contrary can happen but might be wrong).

So please, don't base on me to suggest to close this bug :-)

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