[Freeswitch-dev] Static analysis tool Cppcheck discovered many errors in FreeSWITCH code

Vladimir Mancic vmancic at ooma.com
Tue Aug 30 21:19:23 MSD 2016

Thank you.

And how to get the latest master branch?


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Poslato: 30. avgust 2016 16:05
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Tema: Re: [Freeswitch-dev] Static analysis tool Cppcheck discovered many errors in FreeSWITCH code

The correct way to do this would be to run this on the latest master branch of freeswitch and file and potential issues as security issues in Jira.  Yes, many hundreds of issues have been fixed since 1.4 (1.4 is now eol) and we make use of static analysis tools.  Static analysis tools in general have very high false positive rate, we do our best to address issues found with them, but they require much more than running a tool and getting a report.  Every single one of those reports needs to be investigated, confirmed if its actually valid (typically 80%+ are not), reported.

On Aug 30, 2016, at 9:07 AM, Vladimir Mancic <vmancic at ooma.com<mailto:vmancic at ooma.com>> wrote:


Static analysis tool Cppcheck discovered many errors in FreeSWITCH v1.4 code (memory leaks, resource leaks, double frees,...):

- memleak (76 occurances)
- memleakOnRealloc (12 occurances)
- resourceLeak (21 occurances)
- doubleFree (more than 100 occurances)

Is this known to the FreeSWITCH community, and has there been any work on it in more recent versions of FreeSWITCH?

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