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PC-Lint: /*lint +e537 */ reenables checking for the rest of the files

Posted by mike838 on September 4, 2016

Hi,

in V9.0 (and in older versions) in some files (timers.h, port.c, tasks.c, timers.c) a sequence of /lint -exxx */ ... multiline code ... /lint +exxx */ disables a PC-Lint check for some code lines (eg -e537) and than reenables it completely (eg. +e537), breaking user lint setups where -exxx was set to disable that check for the project.

For one-line disablements /*lint !exxx ... */ is correctly used.

At the above mentioned points the PC-Lint code should be changed to: /lint -save -exxx */ ... multiline code ... /lint -restore */ to preserve the user setup.

best regards, Michael


PC-Lint: /*lint +e537 */ reenables checking for the rest of the files

Posted by rtel on September 4, 2016

Thank you for your feedback. This change has been made.


PC-Lint: /*lint +e537 */ reenables checking for the rest of the files

Posted by mike838 on September 5, 2016

Hi, it was a pleasure and thanks a lot for the fast and positive response!

best regards, Michael


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