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Updated: December 2014

Using the –-whatisfixed Option

The –-whatisfixed option complements the –-whatisnew option by generating a report that shows only the errors that occur in a previous cached tool report. Development or Quality Assurance teams could use this option to track security bug fixes.

The following is an example of using –-whatisfixed to display only fixed errors:

% codean --whatisfixed a.out
STATIC report of a.out showing fixed issues:
Compare the latest results against a.out.analyze/history/10:02:05May152013...
MEMORY LEAK 1 : 1 block left allocated on heap with a total size of 400 bytes
(Warning: Source files have changed. Source code shown below may not be accurate.)
    sample1()  <sample1.c : 20>
        17:    {
        18:         global = (int *)malloc(100);
        19:         int *p = malloc(100*sizeof(int));
        20:=>         int *q = malloc(100*sizeof(int));
        21:         free(q);
    0 fixed error(s), 0 fixed warning(s), 1 fixed leak(s) in total