When going through the demo outlined in the docs, when you download the results from cppcheck there are quite a few items listed. Most of it looks like it is warnings for functions that are never used, but there are some other things sprinkled in there. I was curious if this is expected? Admittedly I am not very familiar with cppcheck so this may be pretty standard, but my initial expectation is that there would not be anything in that file aside from maybe a “check completed/all clear” type message. If the “methods not used” warnings are just because the user is expected to use those methods and the warning makes sense/is valid, is there any way to hide that kind of output from cppcheck? Would we even want to do so? Just curious.