Lint for C++?

Lint for C++?

Post by Laurence Lindstr » Sun, 20 Jul 1997 04:00:00



Hi Experts:

   I'm starting my first serious C++ project.  I'm using Vis Workshop
C++ 2.0.  I'll get V 3.0 with my next paycheck.  

   Is there a "lint" facility for C++ in the workshop?  Anywhere?  

                                                              Thanks
                                                              Larry

 
 
 

1. bleat, bleat : no Lint for C++ on Solaris ???

   I sympathies.  It's tough to be drowning for want of an answer
while the greatest minds of this group are debating the best way
to remove a file by the name of "-l".  

   That's my understanding.  I think C++ has better warnings than
C, but I don't think it's up to lint's quality.  

   I have the full Visual Workshop for C++ install.  

   Am I wrong?  Please, tell me I'm full of crap and point me at
the C++ lint.  

                                                           Larry

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