c++-analyzer on llvm-clang svn r160917


The results from running scan-build (r160917) on llvm-clang svn r160917 :



John Smith.

To anyone outside the analyzer group who's watching this: the giant jump in bugs reported comes from turning on inlining of C++ methods. The problem is that called methods are using more defensive programming than the callers actually need, and so our heuristics about whether to warn about something (say, a possible null pointer dereference) get very confused.

We definitely need to rework our heuristics here!