[ros-dev] RE: [ros-diffs] [mbosma] 20543: fix typos.

Murphy, Ged (Bolton) MurphyG at cmpbatteries.co.uk
Tue Jan 3 16:02:02 CET 2006

Thomas Weidenmueller wrote:

> Murphy, Ged (Bolton) wrote:
> > which, IIRC (I don't have a compiler to hand) would throw 
> up 'assignment in
> > expression' errors with our MSVC /w4 setting. We would 
> therefore need
> > something like :
> Then don't use that warning level if it rejects good code that's not
> even confusing.

It's set via rbuilds MSDN backend. It needs functionality to set different
warning levels for different components. e.g. /w4 for core components only. 
Having to do it manually is far too much effort for your average programmer
Maybe I should stop moaning and correct it .... hmmm  :p
> > Which has suddenly become rather long for a normally simple 
> message loop
> > routine ..... LOL
> It's exactly the same, just ugly IMO.

I know, as I said, it was just for fun.
First day back at work after the Christmas break is hard going ;)

(and why are these mails being sent to both ros-diff and ros-dev when only
addressed to ros-dev, Gé ?)


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