From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-11 08:16:23
Michael Marcin wrote:
> Peter Dimov wrote:
>> Michael Marcin wrote:
>>> I'm using a few day old RC_1_34_0 from cvs.
>>> In boost\function\function_base.hpp I get a warning message that is
>>> quite annoying so I went in to remove it.
>>> The thing is I don't understand what it is complaining about.
>>> It gives this warning message:
>>> boost/function/function_base.hpp(287) : warning C4189: 'out_functor'
>>>> local variable is initialized but not referenced
>>> But the code is:
>>> functor_type* out_functor =
>>> // Some compilers (Borland, vc6, ...) are unhappy with
>>> ~functor_type. out_functor->~Functor();
>>> which looks a lot like it is referencing out_functor to me.. can
>>> this warning be disabled
>> I think that changing to
>> can fix it.
> Yes that removes the warning it'd be great if that could be patched
> into RC_1_34_0 & HEAD.
I don't know about the RC... it's probably a bit late for that.
> There are lots more annoying warnings (just at warning level 3).
> I know many people work with a strict no warning policy.
Can you please post specific examples?
> Are these things that are going to be addressed before 1.34 is
My guess is that they won't. It ultimately depends on the release manager,
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