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Re: passing arg of `merge_face_heights' makes integer from pointer witho
Re: passing arg of `merge_face_heights' makes integer from pointer without a cast
Thu, 04 Nov 2004 15:43:29 -0500
passing arg of `merge_face_heights' makes integer from pointer
without a cast
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I'm getting numerous warnings of the kind mentioned in the subject when
compiling xface.c. I can't see how that can work at all given that GCPRO
is passed a value that is actually not a Lisp_Object.
It makes no sense to GCPRO something that really contains a struct
named_merge_point *. In addition, this value isn't really used
in merge_face_heights, so why pass it at all?
That structure looks like something for which cons cells would work,
so why not use cons cells?