Linter package for clang-tidy.
$ sudo apt install clang-tidyfor example)
$ apm install linter-clang-tidy
-checks=*to use it at its full power.
-dump-config. It creates a file ".clang-tidy" that saves your configuration in the current directory. clang-tidy attempts to read configuration for each source file from a .clang-tidy file located in the closest parent directory of the source file.
-list-checksand edit your config file to disable those you don't need. The less you have, the faster clang-tidy.
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