Jeff King wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 07:20:11PM +0000, Ramsay Jones wrote:
>> After commit cbfd5e1c ("drop some obsolete "x = x" compiler warning
>> hacks", 21-03-2013) removed a gcc specific hack, older versions of
>> gcc now issue an "'contents' might be used uninitialized" warning.
>> In order to suppress the warning, we simply initialize the variable
>> to NULL in it's declaration.
> I'm OK with this, if it's the direction we want to go. But I thought the
> discussion kind of ended as "we do not care about these warnings on
> ancient versions of gcc; those people should use -Wno-error=uninitialized".
Hmm, I don't recall any agreement or conclusions being reached.
I guess I missed that!
> What version of gcc are you using? If it is the most recent thing
> reasonably available on msysgit, then I am more sympathetic. But if it's
> just an antique version of gcc, I am less so.
(see previous email for compiler versions).
I suppose it depends on what you consider antique. [I recently
downloaded the "first C compiler" from github. Yes, that is an
antique compiler! ;-)] I would call some of the compilers I use
"a bit mature." :-P
Hmm, so are you saying that this patch is not acceptable because
I used a compiler that is no longer supported?
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