After encountering some problems (still to be solved) in the devolopment of a C application using librealsense (discussion here: https://support.intelrealsense.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360052493073-Post-processing-filters-in-C-leak-and-segmentation-fault?page=1 ) I was overwhelm by Valgrind warning and error messages. It is known that Valgrind, despite being a great tool, is not 100% accurate and may sometimes report false positives. To mitigate this problem, Valgrind has a "suppression list" feature: you may provide a text file containing rules so that matching errors are not reported.
It would be of great help for developers if librealsense maintainers could publish a Valgrind suppression list. Of course, anybody can write its own suppression list but only librealsense developers know if a reported error is a false postiive or an actual problem, and can thus decide what can be safely filtered and what should be reported.
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