[Bf-committers] last update I hope to intern/bsp
Sat, 2 Nov 2002 21:34:50 +0100
I have talked to Loza (the author) about this problem because I got GCC
(3.1) complaints about his STL constructs as well on OSX 10.2. He said
casting could be dangerous (suggested typedefs instead) and I suggest
he looks into the problem before doing a commit. It might introduce
side effects you don't know about. Personally, I have made the changes
but I did not commit yet.
I think Loza is already on the list and I hope he will react soon.
On Saturday, Nov 2, 2002, at 15:52 Europe/Amsterdam, Kent Mein wrote:
> In reply to Ton Roosendaal (email@example.com):
>> Hi Kent,
>> I've asked the programmer of this code to join this mailing list as
>> well. He's very interested in maintaining and improving that code.
>> In the maillist logs, I could only find a remark from you "so that my
>> compiler doesn't complain". That's quite vague. :-)
>> Blender will be compiled with quite a lot different compilers and
>> compiler versions. It will be interesting to find out which compiler
>> standard we are going to accept as "shouldn't complain".
>> So, for a commit like this, you could mention:
>> - compiler version(s)
>> - OS type(s), version(s)
>> - the complaint itself
>> - why you think the commit will improve for other compilers as well,
>> and/or a request to others to check on this or test it.
> Will do.
> Sorry actually someone else on the list asked me which compiler and os.
> I should have responded to the list instead of just him.
> It was gcc-3.2 on SunOS5.8 (sparc)
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