[Qt-creator] clang-tidy and clang-diagnostic-*
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Tue Dec 8 10:02:13 CET 2020
that I know, but clang-diagnostic-* is not part of that dialog, as far as I
understood clang-tidys documentation and the code the clang-diagnostics-* are
different to the normal checks, as they are the normal clang warnings.
There is the checkbox Use the Compiler Warnings, but that doesn't seem to have
an effect. And as I said the warnings appear only in some files, in others where
I also use inline variables or nested namespaces I get no warnings.
Am 08.12.2020 um 06:31 schrieb David Schulz:
> You can configure the checks under Tools > Options > Analyzer > Clang Tools > Run Options > Diagnostic Configuration globally or if you want to change it just for a single project you can also override these global settings under Projects Mode > Project Settings > Clang Tools.
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> From: Qt-creator <qt-creator-bounces at qt-project.org> On Behalf Of Björn Schäpers
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> Subject: [Qt-creator] clang-tidy and clang-diagnostic-*
> I've recently activated clang-tidy checks in the Creator. And now in some files I get "clang-diagnostic-c++17-extensions" while the code model states the Language Version is C++20 and the model itself does not warn.
> Is there a way to deactivate the clang-diagnostic category, since it is already covered by the code model?
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