Subject: Re: Lint not called by
To: None <>
From: David Laight <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 06/08/2004 23:58:17
> IMHO it would be more correct to always lint, and progs which are not
> lint-clean (can't everything be made lint-clean?  With a few lint keywords to
> ignore some errors, perhaps) can explicitly disable lint.

And IMHO lint barfs at stuff which is perfectly legal C, and has to be
silenced by adding casts which allow through code which ought to
complained about.

In particular having to cast one integral type to another leaves you
open to accidentally supplying a pointer type.


David Laight: