--- Comment #4 from 2010-09-20 17:41:37 PDT ---
It seems that not just GCC flags this a possible error, in the Java audit rules
in some Google Software this problem is named "Dangling Else":

It says:
This audit rule finds places in the code where else clauses are not preceded by
a block because these can lead to dangling else errors.

    if (a > 0)
        if (a > 100)
            b = a - 100;
        b = -a;

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