On 2015-09-07 17:05:10 +0100, Greg Stark wrote:
> I feel like I remember hearing about this before but I can't find any
> mention of it in my mail archives. It seems pretty simple to add
> support for LLVM's Address Sanitizer (asan) by using the hooks we
> already have for valgrind.

Any plans to pick this up again?

> In fact I think this would actually be sufficient. I'm not sure what
> the MEMPOOL valgrind stuff is though. I don't think it's relevant to
> address sanitizer which only tracks references to free'd or
> unallocated pointers.

It'd be nice to add msan support, so uninitialized accesses are also
tracked. (oh, you suggest that below)

I vote for renaming the VALGRIND names etc. to something more
tool-neutral. I think it's going to be too confusing otherwise.


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