[patch] struct member warning
Jeffrey A Law
Tue Jun 30 00:01:00 GMT 1998
In message < 199806291218.OAA19424@jolan.ppro >you write:
> Wouldn't it be better to suppress this warning when the last
> parameter is a `0' or NULL ?
> I know it is often used to initialize "the rest", ie:
Key word "often". The whole point of warnings is to detect situations
where the programmer *might* have done something wrong. I think this
We can always make this particular warning off by default if it's
giving too man false positives.
> Alternatively, the warning could be suppressed when
> both: the last initializing element is 0 and *more* then
> three elements are left uninitialized. Such a case is likely on purpose.
E-yuk. I'd recommend against this.
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