[abc-users] Re: Compiler option -warn-unused-advice

From: Pavel Avgustinov <pavel.avgustinov@magdalen.oxford.ac.uk>
Date: Mon Jul 25 2005 - 16:09:42 BST


Please note that the abc-announce@comlab.ox.ac.uk is intended to be a
low-traffic list on which we announce important developments of abc.
Queries such as the one below are better off on abc-users@comlab.ox.ac.uk.

As for the matter at hand, this is something that perhaps doesn't quite
become clear in the usage message. Boolean options can be turned on by
specifying a suffix of :on, :true or :yes, and they can be turned off by
:off, :false or :no. Thus what you want is something like:

abc -warn-unused-advice:off <source files>

Hope this helps -- do let us know if you run into further trouble.


owner-abc-announce@comlab.ox.ac.uk wrote:

>From skotthe@ccs.neu.edu Mon Jul 25 15:31:48 2005
>Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 10:31:33 -0400
>From: Therapon Skotiniotis <skotthe@ccs.neu.edu>
>To: ABC Announce List <abc-announce@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
>Subject: Compiler option -warn-unused-advice
> How do I turn off warnings for unused advice? The default behavior has the
> warning turned on, adding the command line option provided does not turn
> it off. Am I doing something wrong ?
> Thanks,
> -- Theo
Received on Mon Jul 25 16:09:57 2005

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