Hi,

At Thu, 16 Jan 2003 15:38:09 +0900,
Michal Rokos wrote:
> >>	If you read the patch, please note change in defines.h
> >>	FLUSH_REGISTER_WINDOWS is now defined everytime, but
> >>	compilation with -O2 handles empty proc body quite well
> >>	(ie. no code - no useless jumps).
> > Is it needed?
> 
> 	Try -Wall compilation. It warns badly (gcc-3.2.2) about the
> 	code has no effect and so on, which looks ugly to me. This
> 	patch has the same result (code has no effect), but without
> 	warnings from compiler.

> > What about ((void)0) ?
> 
> 	Again - gcc warns about 'code has no effect'...

I've used this (void)0 trick many times, we have to replace
them all to make gcc 3.2.2 quiet?

Anyhow, what it defines assert() in <assert.h> if NDEBUG?

-- 
Nobu Nakada