Re: MIPSPro "remarks"
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 16:54:03 +0100
On Feb 20, 16:32, Tor Arntsen wrote:
>On Feb 20, 16:27, Daniel Stenberg wrote:
>>The IRIX MIPSPro compiler outputs very annoying "remarks" about obvious things
>>such as "controlling expression is constant".
>>Since the compiler is also showing lines labelled as 'warnings', would it make
>>sense if I prevented the remarks from getting counted as warnings? They are
>>often rather silly, but sometimes possibly indicating a problem.
>I could probably turn them off one by one, e.g. there's a particular option
>for turning off all 'controlling expression is constant' remarks.
As an example, see the difference between
<http://curl.haxx.se/auto/log.cgi?id=20040220143445-21940> (29 warnings)
<http://curl.haxx.se/auto/log.cgi?id=20040220164010-25399> (17 warnings)
The former is compiled with CFLAGS="-fullwarn", the latter with
CFLAGS="-fullwarn -woff 1209" (the syntax is -woff number[,number,..])
I could do something similar for Intel icc warnings, e.g.
CFLAGS="-Wall -wd279" would turn off those same 'controlling expression is
constant' remarks (wish that those compiler vendors could agree on the same
number. I thought there was a standard there!)
Received on 2004-02-20