On Fri, 24 Sep 2004, Tom Lane wrote:
> > UINT64CONST produces these in a number of places:
> > "xlog.c", line 552: warning: constant promoted to unsigned long long
> This is pretty annoying, considering that the entire point of the
> UINT64CONST macro is to suppress such complaints. Can you suggest an
> incantation that will shut this compiler up?
it likes either ##ULL or unadorned. The problem is we're taking a
constant larger than long long and explicitly saying it's a long long.
> > Then there are a whole lot of code reachability warnings in these classes
> > - statement not reached
> > - end-of-loop code not reached
> > - loop not entered at top
> I think most of these come from flex and/or bison code that we don't
> have a lot of control over.
Another significant amount is from switch statements written like this:
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