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Re: named warnings & individual warning control
DJ Delorie <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > And the strings would be fixed for a given instantiation of the
> > compiler,
> Assuming you're able to scan all the possible target backends and
> language frontends, yes. Relying on that automatically precludes
> third parties adding their own targets or languages without figuring
> out how to reliably regenerate the hash.
I suppose one could use different hash tables for each frontend, for
the backend, and for the target files.
> I suspect a more general purpose hash would be easier to manage.