[cfe-dev] query regarding system-header-simulator.h
jyoti.yalamanchili at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 02:44:21 PST 2013
I understand it's overall purpose now. However, need some more clarity. So
does this mean that if system-header-simulator.h is included
in a test file all system function declarations in system headers will be
overridden by those in system-header-simulator.h ?
In effect, i want to know what #pragma clang system_header" means or what
I know #pragma clang is a directive to clang and it is informing something
about system headers to clang but precisely what is my question.
Does it also mean that it should be possible to compile a test file
invoking system functions by just including system-header-simulator.h
file and not including the system headers directly ?
I did try by including malloc in test file div-zero.cpp and including
system-header-simulator.h instead of stdlib.h, but fails to compile.
Thanks in advance.
On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 2:39 PM, Csaba Raduly <rcsaba at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 6:23 PM, Jordan Rose wrote:
> > Hi, Jyoti. The static analyzer treats some functions differently if they
> > come from a system header -- for example, it is assumed that system
> > functions do not arbitrarily free() their parameters, and that some bugs
> > found in system headers cannot be fixed by the user and should be
> > suppressed. system-header-simulator.h uses "#pragma clang system_header"
> > that this behavior can be tested without relying on the actual headers on
> > your system.
> There ought to be a comment to that effect :)
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