Re: [gtk-osx-devel] [PATCH] gtk-mac-integration reference counting

On Feb 6, 2012, at 10:50 PM, Richard Procter wrote:

> On 7/02/2012, at 5:09 PM, John Ralls wrote:
>> On Feb 6, 2012, at 4:45 PM, Richard Procter wrote:
>>> I believe clang is flagging unconventional naming here, at least, indirectly: it does not flag a potential leak if the returning function contains 'create' in its name (following the Core Foundation create rule [1], which I assume applies to the CGImage). 
>> Seems unlikely, especially since you're not using Apple's Clang. I'm back from travel, so I'll start testing it soon. GtkOsxApplication needs more unit tests anyway. ;-)
> Ok, great :) I was surprised myself to see it pick that up but I've rerun it changing only the function name and that is sufficient to supresses the warning. I get the impression that Apple bundle the static analyser a few releases behind the cutting edge, which they (or someone) contribute to --- see the release notes if you're interested [1].
I'll be darned: It's clearly Apple-oriented, with a note on every release about it being newer than XCode-4.2. And at checker-257, it says it's "more aggressive with checking conformance with CoreFoundation conventions".

John Ralls

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