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Friday, October 30 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
An update on Clang-based C++ Tooling

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This talk is going to give an update of the C++ tooling we are building on top of clang. Among others, it will focus on clang-tidy, a tool to statically analyze source code to diagnose and fix typical programming errors like style violations, interface misuse, or bugs. We'll give an update on the direction this project is taking, new checks that are being integrated and challenges we are facing. 

In a live demo, we'll show how we can fix specific problems throughout LLVM's own codebase. We'll also show how a new check can be added in a matter of minutes and how other Clang-based tools can help with its development.


Manuel Klimek

Software Engineer, Google
Manuel Klimek is a software engineer at Google since 2008 and a professional code monkey since 2003. After developing embedded Linux terminals for the payment industry and distributed storage technology at Google in C++, he decided that C++ productivity lags significantly behind other... Read More →

Friday October 30, 2015 12:00pm - 12:45pm PDT
Salon I & Salon II

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