Summary: Missing warnings when not compiling with -w
--- Comment #0 from Jonathan M Davis <jmdavisp...@gmail.com> 2010-07-18
00:54:36 PDT ---
If I have series of statements such as
throw new Exception("it broke");
and compile with -w, then naturally, this won't compile because the second
statement is unreachable. That's good. However, if you do not compile with -w,
no warning is printed.
Shouldn't all warnings be printed regardless and -w simply choose to treat them
as errors? As it is, if you're foolish enough not to compile with -w, you can
easily miss stuff that's obviously wrong. I can understand the user choosing
not to treat a warning as an error, but I would expect it to still be reported,
and it's not.
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