Coverity Scan: Thunderbird
mbanner at mozilla.com
Fri Oct 19 08:12:07 UTC 2018
On 12/10/2018 09:26, Óvári wrote:
> "Since Coverity is C/C++ only, this obviously wouldn't be necessary"
> ; however, "Projects on Coverity Scan"  languages: Java, C/C++,
> Does this mean that "Coverity Scan" could help with Thunderbird add-ons?
That's very unclear. There's no detailed list that I can see of what
defects but they are mainly things I'd associate with c++ or similar
Without more information on the specifics, I'd suggest that promoting
ESLint <https://eslint.org/> to add-on authors is more likely to be
useful - there's lots of rules <https://eslint.org/docs/rules/>
highlighting various issues that can be selectively enabled. For
legacy/hybrid add-ons, there's eslint-plugin-mozilla
<https://www.npmjs.com/package/eslint-plugin-mozilla> which has the
mozilla-central configuration, and useful rules specific to gecko.
There's various editor integrations and easy ways (e.g. Travis CI) to
incorporate into PRs etc.
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