|| ||Greg Banks <email@example.com>|
|| ||Linux Kernel Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Kernel Build Mailing List
|| ||ANNOUNCE: gcml2 0.7|
|| ||Mon, 19 Aug 2002 19:06:16 +1000|
gcml2 is (among other things) a Linux kconfig language syntax
checker. Version 0.7 is available at
There's also an online summary of the warnings and errors from the
syntax checker, with real examples, from
Here's the change log
* Warnings can be individually enabled. Default set depends
on whether the parser is in merge mode. API functions to
enable/disable warnings by index and convert a string name
to an index.
* Added check for define to nonliteral expression.
* More precise check for ambiguous comparison against "n" only
complains for symbols which are forward-declared at the point
* Made inconsistent-tag warnings more precise; doesn't
emit spurious warnings about define_bool not having an
* More precise check for forward references and forward
dependencies can tell the difference between forward and
undeclared, at the cost of some storage.
* Check for overlapping definitions by reducing conditions to
disjunctive normal forms.
* Added check for forward dependencies.
* Added check for misuse of and dependency on arch-constant
symbols like CONFIG_X86.
* Renamed summarise-warnings.awk -> summarize.awk and installed
* Added cml-summarize shell script, which runs summarize.awk.
* Added cml-check-all shell script, based on old dochecks.sh,
but now also handles running cml-summarize.
* Added manpages for cml-check, cml-check-all and
cml-summarize. Description of errors and warnings for the
cml-check manpage is controlled in HTML and shared with the
* RPM package support: added spec file, rpm: target.
the price of civilisation today is a courageous willingness to prevail,
with force, if necessary, against whatever vicious and uncomprehending
enemies try to strike it down. - Roger Sandall, The Age, 28Sep2001.
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