unused macro MPN_PTR_SWAP in mini-gmp.c
eggert at cs.ucla.edu
Sat Mar 19 18:19:38 CET 2022
On 3/19/22 04:44, Niels Möller wrote:
> Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> writes:
>> In libgmp 6.2.1, mini-gmp.c defines a macro without using it, causing
>> the command "gcc -Wunused-macros -Werror" to fail with the following
> I haven't used -Wunused-macros before, I take it it warns only about
> macros defined in .c files? Since it's perfectly normal that macros
> defined in .h files are unused in some of the compilation units
> including the .h file?
Yes, that's right.
> mini-gmp.c is a bit special, in that one more-or-less recommended
> usecase is to #include this file into some other compilation unit. E.g.,
> like in https://gmplib.org/repo/gmp/file/tip/bootstrap.c#l33.
> But probably still shouln't define macros not used within mini-gmp.c;
> any additional utility macros should probably go in mini-gmp.h, and be
> compatible with public macros from gmp.h.
MPN_PTR_SWAP is an internal macro, though, and I expect you don't want
it to be public.
A couple of days ago Marco gave a simple fix that looks like a win, as
it also makes mini-gmp.c shorter and easier to read; please see
attachment. Could you please install that? Thanks.
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