Subject: Re: [boost] Official warnings policy?
From: Stewart, Robert (Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-09 09:30:00
Phil Richards wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-11-05 at 20:03 -0800, Steven Watanabe wrote:
> > I've attached a patch that uses #pragma GCC system_header
> rom my understanding of this pragma, it turns off all
> warnings from the
> header. Maybe I'm being incredibly dumb, but isn't this a rather
> shotgun approach to the problem? What if, by some chance,
> the header is
> edited at some later stage and an issue is introduced that would have
> generated (valid) warnings?
It does so from the point in the file at which it appears to the end of the file. Thus, code could be arranged, including in a separate header, to localize the effect of that pragma.
> I'm not arguing one way or the other with regards this particular
> warning (or this particular header), but this pragma seems to be a
> particularly good way of introducing a delayed "shot in the foot" -
> probably for somebody else.
If applied too broadly, you're right.
Rob Stewart robert.stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer, Core Software using std::disclaimer;
Susquehanna International Group, LLP http://www.sig.com
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