EMiller at dfg.ca.gov
Thu Jan 19 13:53:36 EST 2006
This appears to be a GDAL question, not a PROJ question. Try posting to gdal-dev at lists.maptools.org. BTW, you don't want to live with those warnings. They indicate potentially program crashing issues at runtime. Implicit functions have a signature of "int function()"; hence, your second warning. Also, the compiler can't verify you're calling implicit functions with the correct type or number of arguments.
>>> "Curt, WE7U" <archer at eskimo.com> 1/19/2006 10:01 AM >>>
I upgraded to OpenSuSE 10.0 this week, giving me gcc-4.0 instead of
gcc-3.something. I'm now getting these warnings:
warning: implicit declaration of function `CSLTokenizeStringComplex'
warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
warning: implicit declaration of function `CSLCount'
warning: implicit declaration of function `CSLDestroy'
This bit of code parses a projection definition into tokens for
pj_init() and then initializes the projection. It appears that I
originally used a private API from "cpl_csv.h".
Is there a public API I can use to do the same thing? I see
"cpl_serv.h" called out in "geo_tiffp.h", but that's also a private
I prefer to get rid of all compiler warnings so that real
errors/warnings are more apparent. For the moment I can live with
this if there are no alternatives. I _can_ get rid of the warnings
on Linux by adding an #include at the top of the file, but then the
program doesn't compile under Cygwin.
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