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Re: Flag to turn off "lowering visibility" warning?

From: Paul Pluzhnikov
Subject: Re: Flag to turn off "lowering visibility" warning?
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 11:54:44 -0700
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Braden McDaniel <address@hidden> writes:

> Now exactly what are you suggesting?

That you didn't provide enough details to answer your question
meaningfully. In particular, you didn't:

1. give your command line
2. didn't give correct gcc version info
3. didn't give any hints about the "problem" symbol (is it a system one?
   one of your own? is there just one, or hundreds of them?)

> The question was targeted at persons who are familiar with this warning.

Ok, we'll wait for such persons to respond.

In the mean time, note:

[1] The warning probably only appears when -Wattributes is in effect,
    and possibly -fvisibility=....

[2] The string "lowering visibility of" does not appear anywhere
    in the official gcc-4.1.1 source tree.
    It does appear in this patch:
    so, you probably are running gcc-4.1.1 as shipped by RedHat, in which
    case identifying the RPM would have been better.

[3] You'll probably get a better answer if you can produce a small
    test case showing the same problem.

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