[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] mythtv/master commit: 733c698c0 by Paul Harrison (paul-h)
janne-mythtv at grunau.be
Thu Dec 16 13:32:33 UTC 2010
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 09:31:06AM -0800, Gavin Hurlbut wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 4:07 AM, Janne Grunau <janne-mythtv at grunau.be> wrote:
> >> Remove -Wno-unused-result which appears to only be available in gcc 4.5.x
> > compiler options should be added in configure where it will be checked
> > if they are supported. That said -Wno-unused-result shouldn't be used at
> > all.
> First off: this was tested in gcc 4.4.3 from Ubuntu 10.04.1. If your
> gcc does not support it, you must be using something ancient.
I wouldn't even consider 4.3.* ancient, I still use it on arm, 4.4
generates slower code and 4.5 is still a little bit unstable.
> Secondly: These warnings were turned off specifically for the replex
> code. Unless we want to modify this third-party code to shut those
> warnings up, we basically have no choice but to silence those warnings
> in this way. It is better to silence the specific warnings than to
> silence all (as we have already done for ffmpeg code) as this is far
> more selective, and other warnings will still come through.
> Thirdly: I only added it to the QMAKE_CFLAGS. This means it only
> applies to .c files, not .cpp.
> So, what is the alternative?
I'm not particularly happy with disabling the warnings, doesn't matter
much for replex with little changes. I've reenabled the ffmpeg warnings
I would be much happier if the the buildbot could ignore known warnings
like Daniel's script did. Seeing new warnings in FFmpeg after a sync
would be useful.
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