On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 09:43:51PM +0200, Magnus Hagander wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
> > Magnus Hagander <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> Tom Lane wrote:
> >>> Gregory Stark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >>>> Can we just disable const checking for MSVCC in general without using the
> >>>> #pragmas? It clearly doesn't understand how const works making that
> >>>> warning
> >>>> from it useless.
> >>> +1 ... any useful warning of this kind will be had from other compilers.
> >> Sure, there are a couple of places we can do it:
> >> 1) We can add the pragma at the top of the file, which will turn it off
> >> for that file, but keep it for other files.
> >> 2) We can turn it off on a per-project basis, meaning we turn it off for
> >> the entire backend and the entire psql, but not for other EXEs and DLLs.
> >> 3) We can just turn it off for everything
> >> Note that it'll of course turn off the warning in *all* cases, not just
> >> the "free const chra **"-one.
> >> Which way would be preferred?
> > Turning it off globally is what I had in mind, and I assume Greg too.
> > The point is that if MSVC gets this case wrong, then it probably gets
> > many other cases wrong, and we shouldn't have to work around them one
> > at a time.
> ok. I'll do it globally when I'm back at a box where I can rebuild the
> thing fast enough not to get bored :-) Meaning tomorrow.
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