Can clang check for adherence to a coding standard?

Dear All,

I know clang offers a built-in static analyser. Can it check that the code (C++) adheres to a certain coding standard?

For example:
- Curly brackets around single statement after an "if"
- Code properly indented
- Naming conventions for classes, methods, variables, types, etc.
- Avoidance of certain constructs
- Ensure "catch" statements are done by reference
- etc.

Many thanks for any help!

Fabrice Triboix
Senior Software Engineer
Release Manager (Contribution Solutions)

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