[cfe-dev] [Patch] Update to Checker Development Manual

Jordan Rose jordan_rose at apple.com
Thu Apr 4 09:06:50 PDT 2013

On Apr 3, 2013, at 19:31 , Sam Handler <samuel.handler+cfedev at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 7:49 PM, Sam Handler <samuel.handler+cfedev at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Several months ago, I posted a tutorial about developing a plugin for the Analyzer. After some discussion, it was decided that parts of the tutorial should be integrated into the existing Checker Development Manual.
> I've finally had time to complete the majority of this work. Attached is a patch that contains the changes to date. This adds the following information:
>  - Custom Program States
>  - Checker Skeleton
>  - Bug Reports
>  - Additional sources of information
> I also cleaned up the table of contents a bit, and fixed a incorrect </a> tag.
> There are still some other parts that I am looking at adding, most notably a description of how the Analyzer processes through a function, building the program state (I had an example of this in the original tutorial, but I now think it will need to be completely rewritten). Since I'm not sure how long these additional sections will take, I want to get the ball rolling on getting these changes reviewed and merged.
> --Sam
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> Has someone had a chance to review this yet?

Whoops, sorry. Short answer: no.

Slightly longer answer: I glanced through it and it's actually looking quite good, but I'd/we'd like a chance to look at it more carefully before landing it...which probably won't happen until next week. Sorry!


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