cgcc provides a wrapper around a C compiler (cc by default) which
also invokes the Sparse static analysis tool.
cgcc accepts all Sparse command-line options, such as warning
options, and passes all other options through to the compiler.
By providing the same interface as the C compiler, cgcc allows
projects to run Sparse as part of their build without modifying their
build system, by using cgcc as the compiler. For many projects,
setting CC=cgcc on the make command-line will work.
This page is part of the sparse (a Semantic Parser for C) project.
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