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  • Hi,

    I have noticed that cccheck reads the source code and sometimes gives a different result when the source code is not available. What does cccheck need from source code? I had assumed that it would work completely on declarative assemblies only, and as such developed a build process in which cccheck tasks are distributed to machines that do not have the source tree on disk. Is there any option to get consistent results without source?

    I attempted to modify the declarative pdb files with a source server header using pdbstr, but it appears that cccheck does not use this. Any chance that it could be modified to use a source server, or a cccheck command line option to modify the source paths from what is in the pdb?

    Thanks,
    Bret


    Tuesday, April 21, 2015 7:14 AM