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Tue, 11 Jan 2005 19:00:20 +0100
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I was just looking at all the warnings which were produced by the code.
Most of them are not a problem at all ("unused variable" followed by
"FIXME: do something with this", for example). There are some
"assignment makes integer from pointer without a cast" warnings from
using atomic_compare_and_exchange_val_acq on pointers, which I guess is
no problem either (although getting rid of the warning would be nice).
Also, a macro (MORECORE) in malloc.c:3337 (in various directories) gives
a "statement has no effect"-warning. This is also probably ok, but it
would be nice if the warning could be removed.
One thing does seem like a (small) problem, though: in
libpthread/sysdeps/hurd/pt-setspecific.c:33 and 38, functions named
ihash_* are called. They give "implicit declaration"-warnings. Since
<hurd/ihash.h> is included, I looked there. There are hurd_ihash_*
functions defined there, but just using those gives "too few arguments"
errors. I didn't look further into it, as I think someone who knows the
code probably knows what's happening without even looking at it, so I
would be wasting my time. It seems like a bug to me, is it?
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