klockwork source code analysis
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Tue Aug 1 20:58:27 CEST 2006
Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
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> On 8/1/2006 7:48 AM, Auke Kok wrote:
>> klockwork delivered! we now have an active account and there's already bugs
>> waiting. I'll need a delegate who will do the bugtracking from now on (our own
>> Adrian Bunk of Xfce ;^)) so that someone with *time* can work on it.
>> Please note that all that klockwork asks is that we give them credit in the
>> form of (e.g.) a commit message ("Found by Klockwork"). I suggest that we put
>> them on the website with a link ("Xfce uses Klockwork to analyze its source
>> code" or something similar.)
>> if there are interested people then they should step forward. This may be a
>> good starting point for a new developer, but all others should somehow look at
>> this too, so we need someone to report out to everyone.
> How does this work? Can anyone have an account if they want one?
I'll act as the delegate admin - I can have several accounts made and everyone
interested could access the reports.
I'd like to keep the number of people that can fiddle with it to a minimum
tho, we should work by having a few people track it and report to our own
bugtracker instead of everyone massively diving onto a very limited Klocwork
system. It only does so much :)
> I'd like one, but I can't commit the time to "report out to everyone". I'd
> just like to browse the list and fix the bugs that are in my SW.
that's fine if you're a major contributor but not for every .po maintainer :)
> Otherwise, I doubt this service will be of use to me, unless someone
> else just submits patches.
> Also, what are they tracking? SVN trunk? A particular release?
I had them build 18.104.22.168 so it's beta-2. rebuilding from the beta releases is
apparently easiest for them :)
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