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Posted about 4 years ago by Regit
Coccigrep 1.11 is now available and mainly features some improvements related to the func search. The func operation can be used to search when a structure is used as argument of a function. For example, to search where the Packet structures are freed inside Suricata project, one can run: $ coccigrep -t Packet -a "SCFree" [...]
Posted about 4 years ago by Regit
Coccigrep 1.11 is now available and mainly features some improvements related to the func search. The func operation can be used to search when a structure is used as argument of a function. For example, to search where the Packet structures are freed inside Suricata project, one can run: $ coccigrep -t Packet -a "SCFree" [...]
Posted about 4 years ago by Regit
Coccigrep 1.11 is now available and mainly features some improvements related to the func search. The func operation can be used to search when a structure is used as argument of a function. For example, to search where the Packet structures are freed inside Suricata project, one can run: $ coccigrep -t Packet -a "SCFree" [...]
Posted over 4 years ago by Regit
Following a discussion with the great Julia Lawall, she added a new feature in coccinelle: it is now possible to define as set or unset some variables. This option has been added in coccigrep 1.9 and requires coccinelle 1.0-rc14. For example, let’s have a code like Suricata where a lot of unit tests are implemented. [...]
Posted over 4 years ago by Regit
Following a discussion with the great Julia Lawall, she added a new feature in coccinelle: it is now possible to define as set or unset some variables. This option has been added in coccigrep 1.9 and requires coccinelle 1.0-rc14. For example, let’s have a code like Suricata where a lot of unit tests are implemented. [...]
Posted over 4 years ago by Regit
Following a discussion with the great Julia Lawall, she added a new feature in coccinelle: it is now possible to define as set or unset some variables. This option has been added in coccigrep 1.9 and requires coccinelle 1.0-rc14. For example, let’s have a code like Suricata where a lot of unit tests are implemented. [...]
Posted about 5 years ago by Regit
I did not write any article on coccigrep since the 1.0 release. Here is an update on what has been added to the software since that release. C++ support Coccinelle has a basic C++ support which can be activated by using the –cpp flag in coccigrep. Patches information The -L -v options on command line [...]
Posted about 5 years ago by Regit
I did not write any article on coccigrep since the 1.0 release. Here is an update on what has been added to the software since that release. C++ support Coccinelle has a basic C++ support which can be activated by using the –cpp flag in coccigrep. Patches information The -L -v options on command line [...]
Posted about 5 years ago by Regit
I did not write any article on coccigrep since the 1.0 release. Here is an update on what has been added to the software since that release. C++ support Coccinelle has a basic C++ support which can be activated by using the –cpp flag in coccigrep. Patches information The -L -v options on command line [...]
Posted over 5 years ago by Regit
The Netfilter workshop being a developer conference, I’ve decided to presente an introduction to the coccinelle tool. Coccinelle is a program matching and transformation engine for the C language which is used in many place and among them in the Linux kernel. It is able to perform C clever modification in the code. If you [...]