Linux kernel have a checkpatch.pl which can used to catch the coding standard violations in a patch. I am looking for something similar for FreeRTOS because i want to enforce the strict FreeRTOS coding guidelines while development.
Is there anything available which can be useful in this case?
There are two related but different topics: the coding style, and the
Style: You can use source code formatting tools such as GreatCode,
uncrustify, etc. to do some of the style stuff - but auto formatting
comments is a pain and it won't check things like the naming convention.
Coding standard: We use the MISRA standard, which can be checked by a
lot of tools. Our preference is to use lint as that allows rules to be
turned on and off in the source code comments (where turning a rule off
on a line has the additional requirement of entering a credible
justification for doing so in the same comment).
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