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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Annoying new warning

From: William Hales
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Annoying new warning
Date: Fri, 5 May 2017 17:29:22 +1000
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I can see his message on my (HTML) client

A little investigation: it seems that Christian's email came in two forms (HTML and plaintext), but only one of them contains his message:

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<font size=3D"2">Hi Vincent,<br><br>return 666; works equally well as it sh=
ould not be called by ARM backend.<br><br>This is a workaround to remove wa=
rning.<br><br>If in C++, I would raise an exception instead.<br></font><br>=
<div class=3D"oo-writer-signature-70aca08999f7106f04cbae43d014b1e260e97207"=
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x solid #f16e00; padding-left:15px; margin:20px 0 0 0;"> <b>Le :&nbsp;</b>0=
5 mai 2017 =C3=A0 08:56 (GMT +02:00)<br><b>De :&nbsp;</b><span dir=3D"ltr">=
"Vincent Lefevre"</span> <span dir=3D"lrt">&lt;address@hidden&gt;</span=
><br><b>=C3=80 :&nbsp;</b><span style=3D"white-space: nowrap; display: inli=
ne-block;"><span dir=3D"ltr">"address@hidden"</span> <span dir=3D"=
lrt">&lt;address@hidden&gt;</span></span><br><b>Objet :&nbsp;</b>R=
e: [Tinycc-devel] Annoying new warning<br><br><br>On 2017-05-05 06:46:27 +0=
200, Christian Jullien wrote:<br>&gt; Ok, I tried this patch which allowed =
me to run my complete non-regression<br>&gt; test suite without problem on =
ARM.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Do you agree I push this patch in mob?<br>&gt; <br>&g=
t; diff --git a/lib/libtcc1.c b/lib/libtcc1.c<br>&gt; index 9195489..bcdfb0=
b 100644<br>&gt; --- a/lib/libtcc1.c<br>&gt; +++ b/lib/libtcc1.c<br>&gt; @@=
 -577,6 +577,10 @@ unsigned long long __fixunsdfdi (double a1)<br>&gt; <br>=
&gt;  unsigned long long __fixunsxfdi (long double a1)<br>&gt;  {<br>&gt; +=
#if defined(TCC_TARGET_ARM)<br>&gt; +//    (void)fprintf(stderr, "__fixunsx=
fdi(%g) called for TCC_TARGET_ARM\n",<br>&gt; a1);<br>&gt; +    return 0;<b=
r><br>Why should the result be 0 on ARM?<br><br>-- <br>Vincent Lef=C3=A8vre=
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accessible validated (X)HTML - Blog: &lt;https://www.vinc17.net/blog/&gt;<b=
r>Work: CR INRIA - computer arithmetic / AriC project (LIP, ENS-Lyon)<br><b=
r>_______________________________________________<br>Tinycc-devel mailing l=

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The plaintext version (adding by the mailing list?) only has the mailing list signature.  This is probably the copy you saw.

This is his message, copied and pasted:

Hi Vincent,

return 666; works equally well as it should not be called by ARM backend.

This is a workaround to remove warning.

If in C++, I would raise an exception instead.

Hopefully this email will not suffer the same problem.  Vincent: what mail client are you using?

Regards, Hales

Vincent Lefevre wrote:
On 2017-05-05 09:21:08 +0200, Christian JULLIEN wrote:
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