[alsa-devel] [PATCH 0/3] Usage of AM_SILENT_RULES and small cleanup
stefan at datenfreihafen.org
Wed Sep 30 12:36:40 CEST 2009
On Wed, 2009-09-30 at 08:25, Takashi Iwai wrote:
> At Tue, 29 Sep 2009 23:48:18 +0200,
> Stefan Schmidt wrote:
> > While working with alsa-lib to get scenarios in shape and submitted later I
> > added support for the new automake feature AM_SILENT_RULES and did some small
> > cleanups.
> > [PATCH 1/3] cvscompile: Remove in favour of gitcompile.
> > I see no reason to keep this around when CVS is no longer used and gitcompile
> > does replace it. Something I miss here?
> > [PATCH 2/3] configure.in: Add m4 check for new AM_SILENT_RULES
> > The kbuild like output makes it a lot easier to follow the compile and linking
> > process, at least in my opinion. It is available with automake 1.11 and we use a
> > m4 macro here to only use it when it is available.
> > [PATCH 3/3] control: Remove unused variable.
> > Found while really seeing what is going on thanks to AM_SILENT_RULES: ;)
> Thanks, applied all patches now.
Great, thanks. :)
> > There are also some unused paramter and a function around. I don't know how you
> > guys prefer to handle this in the ALSA project so I did not prepare patches for
> > this yet. Let me know if you want some for it.
> > pcm_route.c: In function ‘snd_pcm_route_convert1_many’:
> > pcm_route.c:350: warning: ‘src’ may be used uninitialized in this function
> I think this is false-positive, so let it be.
> > pcm_rate_linear.c: In function ‘get_supported_rates’:
> > pcm_rate_linear.c:408: warning: unused parameter ‘rate’
> > pcm_rate_linear.c: In function ‘linear_dump’:
> > pcm_rate_linear.c:416: warning: unused parameter ‘rate’
> > pcm_rate_linear.c: In function ‘_snd_pcm_rate_linear_open’:
> > pcm_rate_linear.c:435: warning: unused parameter ‘version’
> These can be suppressed simply by adding ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED.
> > alisp.c:237: warning: ‘incref_tree_explicit’ defined but not used
> This can be commented out.
> Care to send fix patches?
See the new patchset on the list. Hope that is what you had in mind.
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