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[Nmh-workers] Clang Static Analyzer run results

From: Lyndon Nerenberg
Subject: [Nmh-workers] Clang Static Analyzer run results
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2014 16:26:33 -0700

I have been running the CSA against the code base, and it has been pointing out 
some questionable code paths, along with a few outright bugs.  You can see the 
results at https://orthanc.ca/nmh/csa/ (it uses a self-signed SSL cert).  I 
haven't examined all the reports yet, and I am not convinced they are all bugs, 
but they do deserve review and discussion.

I have already whacked down the most obvious bugs (not listed in the reports 
list), and will start patching up the remainder after Ken cuts the 1.6 release 
branch in git (hint hint :-).

But it would be good to get some additional eyeballs on those code paths to 
determine if these really are bugs.  In several cases we're dealing with "this 
really shouldn't happen" events that can be 'fixed' with the simple insertion 
of an assert().  Others might reflect real bugs that need a fix.


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