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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Splint [wikipedia.org] is one lint.

    The gcc folks reckon that -Wall should be good enough though.

    -Dom

    • Neat. Thanks. I've not really used gcc actively (accept under the covers of library installs and make), so I guess I ought to look at what all the options mean. But Splint looks to be exactly what I was after, so I'll be giving that a try in future :)
      • You'll probably go mad before you understand all of gcc's options. :-)

        In practise, I just compile with "-g -pipe -Wall", and it complains about quite a lot. The "-pipe" probably isn't necessary these days, but I'm a creature of habit.

        -Dom