christian at cstimming.de
Tue Nov 1 17:36:04 EDT 2011
Am Dienstag, 1. November 2011 schrieb John Ralls:
> It seems that a few years ago, Phil ran SPLint  on the code base and
> added a bunch of annotations to suppress bogus errors. (They're the /*@
> foo @*/ comments. Later, Christian started running astyle, which put all
> of those comments on a separate line from the code they annotated.
> I think, from reading the manual, that having the annotations on a separate
> line breaks them. Does anyone know for sure?
I don't know.
> Is anyone still running SPLint? Have an opinion about static analysis in
I'm not running it now. Neither I've done before. In general, I think static
analysis is a good additional tool to improve the overall code quality.
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