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Re: [yast-devel] Again: 98% of "undefined method" errors have nothing to do with static typing
On 13.12.2017 10:35, Josef Reidinger wrote:
How does coverity or other handle pointers in C++? I think it is
similar kind of issue as ruby have for static analysis. Any pointer can
be NULL or invalid address and similar in ruby anything can be nil.

Coverity will (among a lot of other things) complain if you use a pointer that you got e.g. as a function parameter and didn't check it first before dereferencing it. Sometimes this will result in false positives, but an extra check is cheap and can indeed prevent a segfault.


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