[python-committers] python 3.0 compilation warning in Objects/stringlib/find.h
christian at cheimes.de
Thu Aug 28 13:24:38 CEST 2008
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc wrote:
> r65977 was not correctly merged into py3k; I get the following
> compilation warning:
> Objects/stringlib/find.h:93:36: warning: extra tokens at end of #ifdef directive
> And indeed, the line
> #ifdef STRINGLIB_WANT_CONTAINS_OBJ && !defined(FROM_BYTEARRAY)
> does not seem correct. I suppose the "#ifdef" could be replaced by
> "#if defined",
> but I'm not sure to understand the code. The symbol seems not to be
> defined anywhere...
At first I thought it's my fault. I added the FROM_BYTEARRAY macro to
stringlib/find.h and bytearrayobject.c a while ago. It was necessary in
order to get rid of a compiler warning in bytearrayobject.c. However I
added the macro only to the trunk.
The code was ported to the py3k branch although it isn't necessary. You
can safely remove the check for FROM_BYTEARRAY.
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