In the last post I wrote about how to change our code to avoid getting compiler warnings. Sometimes that is not a feasible approach and we need to tell your compiler […]
We often see compiler warnings about pieces of code that have potential problems or poor style. Sometimes they point out code that is actually wrong, so don’t ignore them.
Every now and then we have to change something in our build procedure, and more often than not those changes are a real pain. Build scripts are the step children of many software projects. Someone wrote them, nobody cares much about them, they just work and build the project. Until they don’t.