[splint-discuss] How to ignore a keyword?
frank at photonita.com.br
Thu Apr 5 14:40:21 PDT 2012
I didn't find that in my 9 years old precompiled Windows version
(3.1.1). Seems I have to look for a newer one.
Frank Hrebabetzky Tel. (48) 3239 2258
Photonita Ltda. http://www.photonita.com.br
On 4/4/2012 2:06 PM, Bryan Evenson wrote:
> You can define keywords with the -D option. In your case, you'd want to do:
> splint -Dnear= ...other options...
> This tells splint to define "near" as "", removing it from its processing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: splint-discuss-bounces at cs.virginia.edu [mailto:splint-discuss-bounces at cs.virginia.edu] On Behalf Of Frank Hrebabetzky
> Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 11:16 AM
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> Subject: [splint-discuss] How to ignore a keyword?
> Still struggling on newbie level.
> I am checking firmware containing the "near" qualifier, which causes a
> declaration error.
> Is there any splint option to simply ignore a certain keyword?
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