2008-05-28 08:14:38     Splint with uClinux possible?

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2008-05-28 08:14:38     Splint with uClinux possible?

Nico van Leeuwen (NETHERLANDS)

Message: 56343   

 

Is it possible to run splint as static code checker on a uClinux program? I'm wondering how it handles the system header files, splint gives me many errors/warnings about those header files. Is it possible to avoid checking of the headerfiles?

 

Does anyone here have experience with splint together with uclinux?

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2008-05-28 11:53:05     Re: Splint with uClinux possible?

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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splint doesnt execute a compiler, so it doesnt really matter if your target is Blackfin or anything else

 

the documentation suggests you should be using the -systemdirs option if your system headers arent in the normal /usr/include location

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2008-05-29 02:48:05     Re: Splint with uClinux possible?

Nico van Leeuwen (NETHERLANDS)

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That is true but it seems to parse all the included headerfiles. That's what I don't want it to do, because I don't want to style the code of the distribution. I just want to check my own code.

 

You have used splint with uClinux? I think I need some user experiences to know how to set up things.

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

 

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2008-05-29 11:46:44     Re: Splint with uClinux possible?

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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the documentation already tells you how to handle that:

If -systemdirerrors is set, no errors are reported for files in system directories.

 

but i dont use splint at all ... i heard about it when you asked about it

 

the fact you're using it on code you intend to compile for the Blackfin really doesnt matter

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