Undertaker 1.6 Works For Linux Kernel Static Pre-Processor Code Analysis
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 14 October 2014 at 12:22 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Undertaker is a project centered around static code analysis for code with C preprocessor directives. Undertaker is based on the VAMOS and CADOS research projects and is able to analyze the preprocessor directives of the Linux kernel.

The Undertaker 1.6 release introduces a new undertaker-checkpatch tool for checking patch files for defects, a new flipper tool for kernel tracing, and there's other improvements and bug fixes to the Undertaker tools.

Those wishing to learn more about the Undertaker 1.6 release can find out more via its LKML update announcement.
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