[torquedev] Interest in submitting Torque to Coverity Scan ?
jonb at lanl.gov
Fri Mar 11 07:36:12 MST 2011
cppcheck (<http://cppcheck.sourceforge.net/> also seems to report numerous memory and resource leaks. I haven't verified to see if they're actually valid.
On Mar 10, 2011, at 7:17 PM, Christopher Samuel wrote:
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> On 09/03/11 10:16, "Mgr. Šimon Tóth" wrote:
>> Will all and complete seriousness, you don't need a
>> static analyzer to find (security) bugs in Torque.
> I submitted my personal project (Vacation.sf.net) to it
> and it has identified a number of issues I'd missed (as
> had my other previous tools).
> Fortunately nothing that would appear to result in a
> security issue, but most of them are valid bugs.
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