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comp.lang.c FAQ list · Question 18.7

Q: Where can I get an ANSI-compatible lint?

A: Products called PC-Lint and FlexeLint are available from Gimpel Software.

The Unix System V release 4 lint is ANSI-compatible, and is available separately (bundled with other C tools) from UNIX Support Labs or from System V resellers.

Another ANSI-compatible lint (which can also perform higher-level formal verification) is Splint (formerly lclint).

In the absence of lint, many modern compilers do attempt to diagnose almost as many problems as lint does. (Many netters recommend gcc -Wall -pedantic [footnote] .)

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