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From: Dave Steffen (dgsteffen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-03 17:00:53

Hi Folks,

It recently became known that our customer is using GCC 3.2.3; so I
tried to compile our code (which makes heavy use of the FOREACH macro)
with 3.2.3. I get a _ton_ of error messages like:

      warning: unused variable `bool _foreach_rvalue'

Since we always compile with options that make warnings fatal, a large
part of our project can't compiler with GCC 3.2.3. Has anyone else
seen this? Does anyone have a solution? (e.g. is there a hack that
will fool compilers into thinking _foreach_rvalue is used?)


Dave Steffen, Ph.D. "There are two ways to write error-free
Software Engineer IV programs; only the third one works."
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