On 01/07/2014 05:20 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
David Rowley <dgrowle...@gmail.com> writes:
I think it will be like Andres said up thread, to stop multiple evaluations
of the expression passed to the macro.
Exactly. We are not going to risk multiple evals in a macro as commonly
used as elog/ereport; the risk/benefit ratio is just too high.
I don't see anything wrong with suppressing this warning by inserting
an additional return statement. The code is already plastered with such
things, from the days before we had any unreachability hints in
elog/ereport. And as I said upthread, there is no good reason to suppose
that the unreachability hints are always recognized by every compiler.
I take this behavior of MSVC as proof of that statement.
Yeah, I was just surprised because I thought MSVC understood it.
Committed the additional return statement.
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