Created attachment 431261 [details] [diff] [review] fixes so: * 64bit pointers and 32bit integers aren't naturally compatible - hence (PRPtrdiff) * sending a non const pointer as the second arg to fprintf scares compilers - hence "%s"
Attachment #431261 - Flags: review?(nelson)
Um, this bug is a duplicate of another. IIRC, we WONTFIXed the other one. What compiler, and what compiler command line options cause it to generate these absurdly over-pedantic warnings? Such compilers should be stomped on, hard, until they beg for mercy or die. Is there a command line option to disable these two warnings? If so, please submit a patch to use it. The double casts suggested here should never be necessary. The whole point of a cast is to tell the compiler "I know what I'm doing". Any compiler that won't take that for an answer doesn't know its place.
Comment on attachment 431261 [details] [diff] [review] fixes see comment 1
Attachment #431261 - Flags: review?(nelson) → review-
WONTFIX based on comment 1 and r-'d patch.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
This might actually be FIXED, not WONTFIX. Inspecting the current code for a few of the changes shows that the problematic casts are gone; annotate for some of the points to bug 1182667. As for comment #1, it should perhaps not be taken as indicative of the current direction of the NSS project, given that that has recently involved enabling warnings-as-errors (aforementioned bug 1182667) as well as taking advice from even more pedantic checkers like Coverity (meta-bug 1208405).
Thanks for checking! I'm triaging ancient bug reports about compiler warnings so we can start with a clean slate. I'll upgrade this bug to FIXED if that better reflects the current code.
Depends on: 1182667
Resolution: WONTFIX → FIXED
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