c++.rtl - Request new #pragma and warnings
- Casper (22/22) Dec 09 2007 Hi,
Hi, Where can I suggest the following new pragma's and warnings: - #pragma error "message" (Exits the compiler with an error and displays the message "message") - #pragma options "options' (This program will be compiled with the options as if these options are given from commandline) if options are given from commandline that are in conflict with then, the options given from the commandline supersedes. - #pragma _options "options' Same as options. Only if options are given from commandline that are in conflict with then, the options given in the file supersedes. Warnings: - "Variables <var> is declared, but never used." - A warning that states that a variable/function x is not explicitly declares in function y. (When function x comes first in file, function y does not need to declare him, because the compiler knows where it is.) Maybe I haven't found these things yet in the current version. If so, please let me know. I am glad that a normal (ANSI C) compiler still exists for persons that use it for the hobby. Thanks ! Best Regards, Casper.
Dec 09 2007