I suggest also to make running findbugs part of the default ant task so
that we don't forget to do it!
On 8/4/14, 5:43 PM, Glenn Adams wrote:
I have performed a brief study of the current findbugs exclusions
file. At present there are 1094 exclusions covering 101 distinct
exclusions types. Of these types, half (~50) have 3 or fewer exclusions.
I plan to start cleaning up these exclusions by first fixing all types
having 10 or fewer exclusions. This will leave approximately 25 types
of exclusions to handle in a second fix pass.
Eventually, I will identify in the exclusions file all exclusion types
that should not be permitted to be added, i.e., that must be fixed. I
expect that some exclusion types will remain, such as:
Those that remain (and added in the future) should be subject to an
explicit design choice, and not merely to silence a warning.
Once I sort this out, I will ask for a vote on enabling findbugs in