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comment Creating an effective C++ library website and documentation
You should take a look at Doxygen or Headerdoc...
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comment Clang warning flags for Objective-C development
Outstanding answer! Thanks a lot. I'll need to re-read it a few times, but I'll come back soon with some comments. Thanks again!
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comment Clang warning flags for Objective-C development
Thanks for your answer. The problem is I often see people working without -Werror, and actually ignoring the warnings issued by the compiler. Or if they do, they just usually stick to -Wall. Most of the flags I provide in my question are not covered by -Wall, and I personally think they are essential too. So am I just paranoid? ; )
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comment Clang warning flags for Objective-C development
Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately, -Wall provides only basic warnings. A lot of existing warning flags are not covered by -Wall, hence the list in my question.
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comment Clang warning flags for Objective-C development
If you're only concerned by -Wall and -Werror, I guess you should re-read the question. Lots of warning flags are not covered by -Wall. Thanks for the answer, anyway.
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comment Clang warning flags for Objective-C development
Thanks for the answer! I agree with -Werror. Actually, as I'm using Clang, I set all of these warnings using pragmas (#pragma clang diagnostic), and they are set to fatal errors, so this is the same as -Werror : )