Using Clang Static Analysis To Improve Performance, KDE Gets Clazy
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 7 September 2015 at 10:58 AM EDT. 2 Comments
KDE --
A developer at KDAB, a Qt consulting company, has written about using static analysis to improve performance.

In working to improve the performance of Qt, Sérgio Martins of KDAB has written the KDE-hosted "Clazy" plug-in for Clang. Clazy is a static checker for Clang related to memory allocations, which he wrote in a few days and is already returning useful results.

The Clazy static checker is hosted on KDE.org while over on the KDAB blog you can read more about Sérgio's static analyzer performance work.
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