[Dev] Asserts? (was: RE: Keyboard issues with Weston and AGL application suite)
gunnar.x.andersson at volvocars.com
Fri Oct 16 08:10:41 GMT 2015
A more general follow-up
Is there any tool that can instrument C-code to introduce null-pointer checks, say for a subset, like all pointer accesses within the relatively complex structure datatype used in the example below?
Surprisingly I received several personal replies - AFAICT no mailing list on CC?
Public thanks here to those of you who chose to answer off-list. (And if it was not deliberate, feel free to post your email and my response)
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Subject: Re: Asserts? (was: RE: Keyboard issues with Weston and AGL application suite)
On 15/10/15 11:26 AM, Andersson, Gunnar wrote:
> This is not really on topic...
> But seeing this issue just reminds me of a question that nags me.
> Why do people not use asserts in most projects? Is it considered
> to be ugly noise, is it not "cool" to use them, ... or what?
> It's just that in a line like the original one (this is just an example)
> at least my brain *cannot* avoid asking if every pointer is valid...
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