Sorry, I forgot to mention that splint is fed with the full path names
when called, like this:

splint /home/torger/src/test/proxy/proxy.c \

On Thu, 16 May 2002, Anders Torger wrote:
> I have the problem that splint does not include the full path names of the
> files it finds errors in, for example:
>    In file included from proxy/proxy.c:5
> generic/common/system_net.h:50:71: #error test
> What I need, or rather Emacs, is the full path from the root, in this case
>    In file included from /home/torger/src/test/proxy/proxy.c:5
> /home/torger/src/generic/common/system_net.h:50:71: #error test
> The problem is that Emacs does not find the source files when not a proper
> path is given, so it is not possible to use the next-error function,
> meaning that it is unbearable to use splint in Emacs.
> Have I misconfigured something, or have I discovered a bug? I have tested
> an earlier version (when it was called LClint) and that produced the full
> path names for the files.

Anders Torger, Operax
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