[Python-Dev] assert(blah blah) in the C code base
gennad.zlobin at gmail.com
Sat Dec 28 02:53:43 CET 2013
Yes, looks like NDEBUG is not defined only when you run
if test "$Py_DEBUG" = 'true'; then
- Gennadiy <gennad.zlobin at gmail.com>
On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 5:45 AM, Eric V. Smith <eric at trueblade.com> wrote:
> On 12/27/2013 7:53 PM, Ethan Furman wrote:
> > Greetings!
> > I'm working on Issue19995, and I'm seeing stuff like this:
> > assert(PyLong_Check(val));
> > My question is: Are these asserts in final production code?
> > My possible scenarios are:
> > - the assert isn't in place
> > - the assert isn't working correctly
> > - PyLong_Check isn't working correctly
> > - the non-ints are being converted before the function
> > containing the assert is called
> > The fourth possibility is the most likely, but since I don't know how
> > assert() works in C I can't be sure.
> > Any quick pointers?
> They should be completely removed in a non-debug build (when NDEBUG is
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