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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 4/8]drivers:tmp.c Fix warning: variable 'rc' set but not used
    On 06/15/2010 02:19 AM, Jean Delvare wrote:
    > On Tue, 15 Jun 2010 07:29:44 +0200, Peter Stuge wrote:
    >> Justin P. Mattock wrote:
    >>>> *baffled* Why did you think that would work? transmit_cmd()s signature
    >>>> has 4 parameters.
    >>> I have no manual in front of me. Did a quick google, but came up with
    >>> (no hits) info on what that function does. grep showed too many entries
    >>> to really see why/what this is.
    > Justin, I think you're on the wrong track here. You seem to be in a
    > hurry to fix all these warnings generated by gcc 4.6. There is no hurry
    > at all. Most warnings are false positives, and actual bugs may take
    > some thinking and knowledge. So rushing is not needed and not
    > desirable. Going too fast, you might even introduce new bugs, or
    > prevent old bugs from being properly fixed.
    > Warnings are a chance to make the code better. The goal is not to fix
    > them quickly, but to fix them properly. If this is not your intent,
    > then please stop immediately and let others deal with these warnings.
    > If you want to help, this is appreciated, but what we need it quality,
    > not quantity.

    your right.. I do have this "must get it fixed now, or else
    cut your head of mentality".. causing me to rush through things..
    who knows why I do this..(I dont know why I do this honestly)

    >> Check out the tool cscope. (Or kscope, if you prefer a GUI.)
    > Or just LXR online if you don't want to install anything:

    At this point though gentlemen/ladies I'm pretty much crapped out now!!
    so any answer is going to be skewed. but rushing through things is not

    Justin P. Mattock

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