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Re: [opensuse-packaging] How to disable no-return-in-nonvoid-function?
On Monday 26 November 2012, Dominique Leuenberger a.k.a DimStar wrote:
Quoting Ilya Chernykh <anixxsus@xxxxxxxxx>:
On Monday 26 November 2012 13:36:46 Dominique Leuenberger a.k.a

DimStar wrote:
I have a package that brings about 50 errors
"no-return-in-nonvoid-function". It is very difficult to fix all
these cases (not to mention I do not know C++ and can only guess
where to insert "0" and where "NULL")
and also I am afraid this can break all the existing and future
patches to this package. Previously I could disable it by
setting the badness
to 0 but it seems this does not work any more. What should I do?

You should contact upstream and fix the issues...

If you really 'must' disable this (there is no chance for the
package to enter Factory though!) you can add
#!BuildIgnore: brp-check-suse
to the .spec file...

I know I can buildrequire -post-build-checks (was this package
renamed?), but this
will disable all ckecks. I want other checks in place, but only
this one removed (why it was transferred from
rpmlint to brp by the way?). Currently I added "-Wno-return-type"
to the compiller command line, but this
still seems to be too broad. Still looking for more specific

The most specific one is: patch the source and fix the underlying
issue. The no-return-in-nonvoid has been a brp check for as long as I

Best thing is really: bring it to upstream to get a proper fix to

But don't forget that "no-return-in-nonvoid" is just a warning and not
an error. In many cases you can safely ignore it.

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