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    • Michael Catanzaro's avatar
      Adjust cppcheck output · d17b315b
      Michael Catanzaro authored
      Using --template=gcc allows us to see error IDs so that we can suppress
      false positives.
      
      Also, add a bunch of suppressions for warnings that cppcheck is bad at
      handling. Sadly, the most important warnings, like null pointer
      dereference, are prone to many false positives, making them impractical
      for us to use.
      
      We also suppress warnings about non-casted NULL pointers at the end of a
      variadic argument list. This is undefined behavior -- to avoid UB, we
      should use (char *)NULL instead -- but glib depends on it and nothing
      will work if this isn't allowed, so we had better ignore.
      
      Finally, --enable=all should be equivalent to --enable=warning,style
      with two extra classes of warnings, both of which we don't want.
      d17b315b
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