From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-04-11 08:54:04
From: "Geurt Vos" <G.Vos_at_[hidden]>
> I don't think you're really being realistic here. I mean,
> _you_ don't ignore them, _I_ don't ignore them, but that's
> still not the majority.
boost::function<void, int> f(g); // 1
g(1); // 2
are exactly equivalent in terms of the compiler warnings that they produce;
so if an user is likely to ignore the warning in (1) he/she will also ignore
it in (2).
> Besides that, there's no warning when GCC (2.95.2) is used,
> which should cause some concern...
Yes, you are right, however GCC doesn't warn about (2), either.
> I never use MSVC at level 4, because it results in way too many
> warning in MS's code, and also generates quite some redundant
> warnings, such as "unreferenced inline function has been removed"
I used to use
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__ICL)
#pragma warning(disable: 4786) // identifier truncated in debug info
#pragma warning(disable: 4710) // function not inlined
#pragma warning(disable: 4711) // function selected for automatic inline
#pragma warning(disable: 4514) // unreferenced inline removed
#pragma warning(push, 3)
The new VC 7 library is relatively clean at level 4 (at last!)
-- Peter Dimov Multi Media Ltd.
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