[splint-discuss] errors dissappear when splinting subdirectories
marksalzwedel at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 22 13:09:46 EST 2004
I'm using Splint to check code that is kept in a
number of subdirectories. Up until now, I've just
copied all of the files into a common directory and
run Splint from there and everything works fine.
Now I'd like to get it to run properly so I don't have
to copy/paste the files from their proper
subdirectories. I've created a batch file like so:
splint (a bunch of flags) ..\asm\*.h ..\config\*.c
It seems to sort of work, except that I get no errors
when running this way (except for the lines using
/*@t1@*/, etc., which now complain that no errors were
Obviously it is reading the files, or else I wouldn't
get these warnings about not finding expected errors.
Any idea what's up?
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