On 4/27/06, Zeugswetter Andreas DCP SD <ZeugswetterA(at)spardat(dot)at> wrote:
> Can you please explain what exactly was not working ?
> xlc has in the past shown warnings that were actually problematic code
> that gcc did not show (and the cc variant of xlc also does not show).
This has nothing to do with warnings. With xlc version 6, this code:
Value *v = makeNode(Value);
v->type = T_String;
v->val.str = str;
Will return objects whose "type" field is T_Value (650), because the
compiler reorders the assignment that makeNode makes with that of the
"You can't prove anything."
-- Gödel's Incompetence Theorem
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