This is both good practice and nice for OpenBSD users, who will no longer get the nag message to not use sprintf/strcpy every time they link against jansson. It's worth noting that the existing code seems safe to me - bounds checks were already happening before the actual calls - and that this is for extra security.
This adds support for http://coveralls.io/ to the cmake project. This can then be run via a new Travis job, which uploads json containing the coverage data to the website. To use this, please login usin github at http://coveralls.io/ and enable the Jansson project. You can then get a nice percentage badge for code coverage after each Travis buid. Coveralls will also comment on pull request with coverage info. To test and run it locally do: ```bash $ mkdir build && cd build $ cmake -DJANSSON_COVERALLS=ON -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug .. $ cmake --build . # $ make $ cmake --build . --target coveralls # $ make coveralls ``` There is also another script that generates a local HTML page using lcov CodeCoverage.cmake which can be run using ```bash $ make coverage ``` The required depdencies to run this are: gcov curl lcov (is needed for the normal CodeCoverage script)
This may make debugging easier with limited debuggers.
…lation is targeting 64 bit