Thanks again for the reply. I was looking for the foolproof way to write
safe C code, but seems like the best way to go forward is to carefully
design and code. Your advice is helpful to me.
On Friday, July 13, 2018, Dean Pucsek <dean(a)lightbulbone.com> wrote:
Clang does have a static analyzer builtin that
can be help in some
cases. That being said, the best way forward is for you as a
understand the types of code that can lead to problems and not rely
entirely on a static analyzer.