GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 668497
Squash a few warnings
Last modified: 2012-01-24 15:30:39 UTC
Building pygobject with GCC 4.6.2 produces a small menagerie of warnings. These
patches squash a few of the more obvious ones.
Created attachment 205875 [details] [review]
Fix a few set-but-not-used warnings.
In a couple of cases, the variable in question was set to a value
spelled out again later in the function.
The 'sequence_cache' variable is re-declared five lines below.
The return value of 'read' was previously completely ignored. The
'gssize ret' variable was in fact added to squash an unused-result
Created attachment 205876 [details] [review]
g_instance_init: cast to PyGObject * as needed
This squashes a compiler warning.
Created attachment 205877 [details] [review]
Cairo: add missing braces around array-of-struct definition
This triggered a -Wmissing-braces warning.
Attachment 205875 [details] pushed as a8408cf - Fix a few set-but-not-used warnings.
Attachment 205876 [details] pushed as db24865 - g_instance_init: cast to PyGObject * as needed
Attachment 205877 [details] pushed as e37ee78 - Cairo: add missing braces around array-of-struct definition