On 13 Feb 2018 5:58 pm, "Martin Sebor" <mse...@gmail.com> wrote:
I wanted to make the _n() functions like warning_n() more robust by letting them accept a tree argument (as well as offset_int and wide_int) in addition to HOST_WIDE_INT but I can't do it if they can't work with these types. There must be a tree-diagnostics.c where you can add those functions and then call the general diagnostic functions. Same for RTL. Note that pretty-printer.c works in the same way. Cheers, Manuel.