On Oct 31, 2012, at 3:45 AM, Dmitri Gribenko wrote:
>> With this patch, they'd get warnings about these uses, even though they are completely valid according to MPI.
>> A suggestion was that this functionality could be disabled by default, and enabled with a magic macro. Perhaps something like:
> This is a vaild concern and a good idea for a FAQ entry.
Can we flip the orientation such that -Wmpi-type-safety needs to be specified to enable this behavior, rather than -Wno-mpi-type-safety is required to disable it? (or the equivalent -D's)
The rationale here is that correct MPI applications should not need to add any extra compiler files to compile without warnings.
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