From: Allen Bierbaum <allenb@vr...> - 2006-07-28 22:01:31
First off, I want to say that the new output is a vast improvement. I
like how it tells you what the current issues are and tries to give a
description of how to fix them.
That said, it seems that some of the warnings could be nice to turn off
or to have an easy way to auto handle in a generation script.
WARNING: __gnu_debug [namespace]
> pyplusplus, by default, does not exposes internal compilers
> declarations. Names of those declarations starts with "__".
I understand this message, I don't want to export this namespace and as
far as I know, I am not even attempting to export this namespace (does
this message crop up even if the namespace is not exposed?). Is there
any way to automatically remove all places where this would be
triggered? it seems like a reasonable default.
WARNING: osg::FieldContainer &
osg::FieldContainer::operator=(osg::FieldContainer const & other)
> "operator=" is not supported. See Boost.Python documentation:
Another good one. If I expose a class and it has an op=, then I don't
want to expose it. But is there a way to just make this the default and
not make me go through and remove them all manually to prevent these
warnings from being spit out?
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