Gregory M. Turner
gmturner007 at ameritech.net
Tue Jun 17 11:13:30 CDT 2003
On Tuesday 17 June 2003 03:42 am, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> This patch removes an unused variable introduced by the recent changes
> to this file and thus avoids the following warning:
> - cab_UBYTE buf, buf2 /* for modification [snip]
> + cab_UBYTE buf /* for modification by call back fn */ ;
Was going to use that as the user-modifiable buffer for the cabinet name in
the "Next Cabinet" notification callback, which I never implemented, as it's
part of the split cabinets puzzle. I promise this warning will go away with
my next patch.
Sorry about that, I've been known to give others an earful for leaving
warnings lying around, so I will not complain if the patch is applied,
although this would create a trivial merge situation for me, as the variable
will probably have to be revived again in my next patch. Also, the patch is
incorrect, buf2 only, not buf, is for modification by the callback, so if we
kill the variable, we should also kill the comment.
My apologies for the superfluous warning!
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