cvs commit: src/usr.bin/chat Makefile

Bruce Evans bde at
Tue Oct 28 03:28:34 PST 2003

On Tue, 28 Oct 2003, Dag-Erling [iso-8859-1] Sm=F8rgrav wrote:

> Bruce Evans <bde at> writes:
> > On Sun, 26 Oct 2003, Dag-Erling [iso-8859-1] Sm=F8rgrav wrote:
> > > In the meantime, now that we have a working fabsl(3), we can add
> > > -fno-builtin to CFLAGS in
> > That would just break the warning and pessimize anything that is optimi=
> > by the builtins.
> The warnings are wrong more often than not...  particularly the *lack*
> of warning when you use a builtin function without including the
> header that declares it.

But that is fixed:

Script started on Tue Oct 28 22:20:44 2003
ttyp0:bde at besplex:/tmp> cat z.c
=09return (strlen("123"));
ttyp0:bde at besplex:/tmp> cc -O -S -Wimplicit z.c
z.c: In function `main':
z.c:4: warning: implicit declaration of function `strlen'
ttyp0:bde at besplex:/tmp> cat z.s
=09.p2align 2,,3
=2Eglobl main
=09.type=09main, @function
=09movl=09%esp, %ebp
=09subl=09$8, %esp
=09andl=09$-16, %esp
=09movl=09$3, %eax
=09.size=09main, .-main
=09.ident=09"GCC: (GNU) 3.3.1 [FreeBSD]"
ttyp0:bde at besplex:/tmp> exit

Script done on Tue Oct 28 22:20:58 2003

Note that it uses the builtin to just return 3 after emitting the warning.

Similarly for `return (log(3));`.  gcc doesn't do the log() inline, at
least on i386's with no options, but it knows to pass 3.0 and convert
the return value to int.


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