[erlang-questions] Proposal for -warning() directive
Fri Sep 4 00:22:40 CEST 2009
I've had a case where this would have been useful. Not to have a
directive explosion, I might also recommend -deprecated(). In fact, I
would probably find that more useful than -warning.
Or maybe there should be a directive more like:
-emit(warning,"Something bad about this module.").
-emit(deprecated,"This disappears next version.").
Or I might be overthinking it. But I do think this functionality in
some form is useful.
On Sep 3, 2009, at 3:29 AM, Maxim Treskin wrote:
> Is it possible to add -warning(String) directive in Code
> Preprocessor or
> It must be similar to CPP #warning directive which prints warning
> message in
> compilation time.
> Thank you
> Maxim Treskin
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