ntdll: CreateRemoteThread and RtlCreateUserThread for remote processes, take 2

Mike McCormack mike at codeweavers.com
Wed Aug 2 22:26:50 CDT 2006

Dan Kegel wrote:

> No fair, Mike, you should have given the link to the PR:
> http://gcc.gnu.org/PR19430

:) If you know a gcc person that has time, nagging them would be great.

> Many similar errors will get caught, as long as you turn on the
> optimizer with -O (otherwise the compiler can't detect them).
> It does warn on the use of x as long as you avoid the specific case of 
> PR19430.

In the case where you use &var, ignoring compiler bugs, it always seems 
like a good idea to initialize var to a known value to avoid 
indeterminate behaviour.

If the compiler is clever enough to give an uninitialized variable 
warning, then it will likely be clever enough to optimize out the extra 
assignment too.


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