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Re: clang static analyzer: use it!

On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 9:04 AM, Steve Grubb<sgrubb redhat com> wrote:
> On Friday 04 September 2009 02:30:14 am Jim Meyering wrote:
>> Quick summary: use this tool:
>>   http://clang-analyzer.llvm.org/
>> If you're not using its "scan-build" tool, then start.  Right now.
>> Really.  It's that good.
> llvm is in Fedora. Looking at the build instructions for clang, it seems like
> it would naturally fit as a subpackage for llvm. So, getting it into Fedora
> should not be too much to do since llvm is already approved.
The latest Rawhide llvm build:


-- which you'd probably have to install manually until it hits the
Rawhide mirrors -- have clang's analyzer packaged. Once it lands
properly you can have llvm, llvm-clang (the compiler) and
llvm-clang-analyzer installed by simply doing

  yum install llvm-clang-analyzer

I might push this into F-11 too, once LLVM 2.6 comes out, if simply to
provide the analyzer to our F-11 users.


Michel Alexandre Salim

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