lclint-interest message 173
From Michael.Diack@ukos.varian.com Sat Oct 4 13:46:30 1997
From: Michael.Diack@ukos.varian.com (Michael Diack)
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To: firstname.lastname@example.org (lclint-interest),
email@example.com (Michael Hohner)
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Date: Sat, 04 Oct 1997 08:38:56 +0100
Subject: Re: Introduction
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I agree with this - this is a source of annoyance and means the use of grep
to sort the real messages from these. Putting an option in the next version to
cure this would be really good.
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Author: Michael Hohner at Internet-Mail
Date: 04/10/97 07:59
I'm new to this mailing list and like to introduce myself. I'm working for
a german company making real-time system software, and we're using LCLint
to double check our code. Compilers for embedded systems are usually quite
weak, even at the highest warning level, and they don't catch a lot of
problems that other compilers do spot.
We're using the Linux version of LCLint. The compilers, however, run on DOS
or Windows, so the source files on the server naturally contain CRLF line
enders. LCLint complains about the CR's. It would be nice if LCLint had an
option to ignore CR's (or even better, an option to specify which line
enders (LF, CRLF or CR) are used). This would save us making copies of the
source and header files for conversion.
University of Virginia, Computer Science