On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 11:14 AM, Denis V. Razumovsky <t...@denis.im> wrote:
> I would like to draw attention to the document: "The Power of 10: Rules
> for Developing Safety-Critical Code" from  NASA/JPL Laboratory.
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Power_of_10:_Rules_for_Developing_Safety-Critical_Code

The problem is that there is no one best practice for resolving all
such warnings in a way that makes all compilers happy. It is possible
to fix all the warnings for one platform, then move on to the next
platform and fix all its warnings, and return to the original platform
and discover that new warnings have been introduced.

Additionally, SQLite has never been responsible for the destruction of
a space craft, so maybe SQLite has something right that NASA has
wrong. :)
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