LLVM sanitizer on Windows

Given the success of the Chromium, Clang and LLVM community to use
Clang to build Chromium I'm assuming they didn't let go of sanitizer
support.

So if they have it, can we too?

Is there also a guide to clang and llvm as the backed for compiling on Windows?

Given the success of the Chromium, Clang and LLVM community to use
Clang to build Chromium I'm assuming they didn't let go of sanitizer
support.

So if they have it, can we too?

The Clang and LLVM compiler being used by Chromium should be roughly the same one you can use with Visual Studio. Those include the sanitisers as well.

Is there also a guide to clang and llvm as the backed for compiling on Windows?

https://llvm.org/docs/GettingStartedVS.html ?

-- Dean

Only ASan and UBSan work on Windows. MSan and TSan have not been ported.

Thanks. I'm trying to see if ASan will catch unaligned accesses. As I
port my code to ARM64 .. I'm worried about the years of unaligned
access my code has been accruing.