New Defects reported by Coverity Scan for ntpsec

Gary E. Miller gem at
Tue Feb 7 03:13:56 UTC 2023

Yo Hal!

On Sun, 05 Feb 2023 20:01:13 -0800
Hal Murray <halmurray at> wrote:

> > Sadly some compilers will always complain if there is no default.
> > So I always add a default.   
> We turn on -Wswitch-default

I like it.

> I'd like to turn on -Wswitch-enum
> That generates a handful of warnings that I'm willing to fix.

I like it.
> But then Coverity will barf (DEADCODE) at all the defaults.

What purpose do they still have?

> I think I'm willing to fix them.  Is there any way to run Coverity
> without waiting for it to get around to scanning our code?

I think coverity grabs every commit, and does not wait long.

I think there is a way to force it too.

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