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Re: a warning to implement
Alexandre Oliva wrote:
>Hmm... Perhaps my message was lost in the noise...
>We *already* have a warning that is enabled with -Wall for constructs
>such as `T x = x;', and the warning is that `x' is being used
>uninitialized. Some earlier versions of GCC apparently didn't issue
>this warning, or only do when optimization is enabled, but the fact is
>that there is a warning already, and adding another IMHO would be
Alexandre, are you deadly sure that the current mainline emits the warning?
The whole thread started with Andrey observation that gcc does *not*
warn. At the time I supported him, having verified that indeed it
does'nt with -Wall and/or -Wuninitialized. Unfortunately I don't have
here my snapshots to check again.