If there is no option found in the config it will return a `MissingOptionError`, If there is an option but it couldnt't be parsed to the Type it will return a `UnparseableIntegerOptionError`. you can just log the Error straight to `llvm::errs()`.
On Thu, 2020-04-09 at 12:12 -0700, Tiago Macarios via cfe-dev wrote:
Is there a way/pattern for a clang-tidy check to require an argument (ie an entry in the .clang-tidy file)?
Looking at the API It has a way for me to
storeOptions, but Options.store will always have a Default value.