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Re: Fwd: [PATCH] Attribute for unused warning for variables of non-trivial types

 Sorry, I haven't found time for this until now.

On Sunday 14 of July 2013, Jason Merrill wrote:
> On 07/08/2013 10:32 AM, Jason Merrill wrote:
> > Was it a deliberate decision to put this in the c-common attributes
> > rather than the C++-specific ones?  I'm not saying it's wrong, just
> > interested in your thinking.
> I think it makes sense to leave it in c-common so that types shared
> between C and C++ can use it without a warning.

 Given the types need to have a ctor/dtor in order for this warning to make 
sense, this should not be needed. I actually didn't put it in c-common 
attributes on purpuse, I just based it on another attribute without realizing 
there was place elsewhere for C++-specific ones. I can write a patch to move 
this if wanted.

> I've fixed up the other issues and am applying this patch:

 Thanks a lot.

 As for the copyright assignment, AFAIK there is a generic SUSE one that 
should cover this as well.

 Lubos Lunak

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