Am Sonntag, 3. September 2006 19:53 schrieb Christian Ohm:
> On Friday,  1 September 2006 at 23:26, Per Inge Mathisen wrote:
> > On 9/1/06, Christian Ohm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > >This patch consists mostly of casts to make Warzone compile with g++
> > >-fpermissive. I'll reply to this mail with comments on a few changes.
> >
> > You forgot to add an actual return value in debug().
> Intentionally omitted, not forgotten. The problem is the definition of
> ASSERT which looks like this:
>    (void)( x ? 0 : debug( LOG_ERROR, __VA_ARGS__ ) );
> On this (and the next, similar) line g++ complains about "error:
> ‘debug(LOG_ERROR, ((const char*)"blkInitialise: Blocks already
> initialised"))’ has type ‘void’ and is not a throw-expression". So debug
> needs a non-void return type, and this was the only solution I've found
> (casting in the macro doesn't work, then g++ complains about void not
> being ignored like it should).
I am hitting the same error here with G++ 4.1.1
As I got that style of ASSERT() macro from assert.h, I tried to throw 
everything from assert.h at debug() and ASSERT() but it didn't help.
[was talking on ##c++]
Hah! Now I got the solution!!!
G++ throws a stupid error message, that is all.
( (expr) ? (void)0 : debug() ) works.
The problem before was that 0 has a different type than debug() and in
( x ? y : z) y and z must be of the same type.


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