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On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 08:21 -0400, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Jul 15, 2010, at 8:22 AM, nadia.derbey wrote:
> > So the solution is:
> > 1. leave the intermediate event_type declared as an int.
> > 2. then:
> > . either cast it to ibv_event_type when calling
> > openib_event_to_str()
> > . or declare openib_event_to_str as accepting an int instead of an
> > ibv_event_type.
> Shouldn't we be keeping everything the same / native type as much as possible?
Agreed, but the native type is already broken: we are getting from
ibv_get_async_event() an event->event_type which is a mix of
ibv_event_type and ibv_event_flags enums though it is declared as an
ibv_event_type... That's where these warnings come from.