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Lint C-based files using clang

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This linter plugin for Linter provides an interface to clang. It will be used with files that have the "C++", "C", "Objective-C" and "Objective-C++" syntax.

Plugin installation

Install from the Settings pane of Atom by searching for and installing the linter-clang package.

Or install from your Command Prompt by running:

$ apm install linter-clang

This package will ensure that all dependencies are installed on activation.

Project-specific settings

.clang_complete

If your project has some extra include directories, put them in a file called ".clang_complete" and list them line by line. The linter will open the file and use the specified paths when linting in your project.

-Iinclude
-Ilib/foo/include

Please note the file should contain one command line argument per line. These arguments are passed to clang directly using exec and not via a shell. Therefore any spaces are treated as a part of the command line argument.

This means on the one hand -I include results in clang using include (note the space at the beginning) as include directory. For the same reason -I include -I lib/foo/include causes clang to search for includes in include -I lib/foo/include.

On the other hand if your path contains spaces you must not escape them or put quotes around the path. For example: -Ilib/dir with spaces/include only works without any quotes or escaping.

Clang JSON Compilation Database

The Clang JSON Compilation Database is also a supported format for project specific settings.