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LINT Settings

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on December 9, 2005
Hello Richard,

In the code - it's obvious that you run LINT on the files - can you please share your setup? Command line options, any config files, etc.

John W.

RE: LINT Settings

Posted by Richard on December 9, 2005
Lint was used on the original code - but as the number of compilers the code is built with grew it became very difficult to maintain its use. It is one of the many things on the todo list at the moment to replace the old lint setup with something more manageable.

John - I am hoping to contact you over the next week or two with some info.


RE: LINT Settings

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on December 9, 2005
ok - thanks!

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