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Sublime​Linter-clang

by SublimeLinter ST3

SublimeLinter plugin for C/C++, using clang

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SublimeLinter-clang

This linter plugin for SublimeLinter provides an interface to clang. It will be used with files that have the C/C Improved/C++ syntax.

Installation

SublimeLinter must be installed in order to use this plugin.

Please use Package Control to install the linter plugin.

Before using this plugin, ensure that clang is installed on your system. - Mac OS X: clang should be already bundled. - Linux: clang can be easily installed using most package managers. - Windows: the situation is a little trickier, especially with C++. One way to go is to install mingw with clang. Both gcc and clang packages should be installed into the same directory.

Once clang is installed, ensure it is in your system PATH so that SublimeLinter can find it. The docs cover troubleshooting PATH configuration

Settings

We have two settings sections. 'clang' for c files, and 'clang++' to configure the linter for c++ files. E.g.

{
    "linters":
    {
        "clang": {
            "args": "-fvery-important",
            "I": [
                "${folder}/3rdparty/bar/include",
                "${folder}/3rdparty/baz"
            ]
        },
        "clang++": {
            "args": "-falso-important"
        }
    }
},

Note: 'args' has the default value '-Wall -fsyntax-only -fno-caret-diagnostics', so make sure to include them when overriding 'args'.

All common settings information can be found here:

Additional settings for SublimeLinter-clang:

Setting Description
I A list of directories to be added to the header search paths.
x Automatically set depending on the file type.

SublimeLinter allows expansion variables. For example, '${folder}' can be used to specify a path relative to the project folder.

Troubleshooting

C/C++ linting is not always straightforward. A few things to try when there's (almost) no linting information available: - Try to compile from the command line, and verify it works. - The linter might be missing some header files. They can be added with “include_dirs”. - Sometimes clang fails to locate the C++ standard library headers. Assuming the compilation works when executed via command line, try to compile with clang++ -v. This will display all of the hidden flags clang uses. As a last resort, they can all be added as “args”.