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What is "a genuine issue that is not a violation" in "3.4 Investigating messages"?
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Hi all,

I'm not sure about "Diagnosis of a genuine issue that is not a violation" in "3.4 Investigating messages".
Are there any example of genuine issue that is not a violation ?

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Toolchains may report a myriad of issues that are not MISRA violations. These could include:
* compile time: eg use of an unsupported language feature
* link time: eg exceeding available memory (RAM or ROM)
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