Clang Key Path Validator
This is a clang plug-in that performs checking on literal key paths passed to
valueForKeyPath: and others.
More info in dev etc: Safe and Sane Key Paths
To download and try it out, go to the releases page.
The current version of the plug-in works with release_34 of LLVM and clang.
Clone the repository to
llvm/tools/clang/examples/Clang-KeyPathValidator and run
make to compile the plugin, and
make run to do a diagnostic pass over the files in the
There are a bunch of tasks tracked in GitHub Issues.
The KeyPathValidator plug-in is released under the same license as LLVM, the University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License.
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