[Scribus] compiler warnings -- any effect?
Fri Feb 4 04:41:58 CET 2005
On Thu, 2005-02-03 at 23:06 +0100, Plinnell wrote:
> Mostly noise caused by g++ compiling C code. The important warnings have
> already been squashed.
Additionally, the unused parameter warnings are sometimes hard to get
rid of because of the extensive use of #ifdefs . For example, there are
function parameters that are not used if there's no CMS support, but in
reality do get used if there is.
Fixing unused parameter warnings is a great thing for someone new to the
codebase to do if they feel like helping out and have a high boredom
tolerance ;-) . It really doesn't gain that much, though, and there are
much, much more important cleanups to be done.
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