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- Subject: RE: bug in gcc?
- From: "Jerome Vuarand" <jerome.vuarand@...>
- Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 14:14:31 -0400
Roberto Ierusalimschy wrote:
> When I compile lpeg (version 0.5) with g++ (that is, as C++ code), I
> get the following error:
> lpeg.c:395: error: invalid conversion from 'int' to 'const char*'
> That line is as follows:
> return luaL_error(L, "too many pending calls/choices"),
> (The function actually returns 'const char *'). If I remove the
> LuaL_error call from the expression, the error disapears. (So, it
> seems that NULL is still compatible with const char* ;) Parentheses
> around the comma expression have no effect. Is this a bug in gcc? Or
> am I doing something stupid?
> I am using gcc version 4.0.3.
I have the exact same behaviour with mingw-gcc 3.4.4 on win32. I don't
know if it's a bug, but it's clearly related to implicit conversion.
Here are two possible working workarounds beyond the simple "don't use
/* Default constructor */
// It would be nice to be able call the default constructor
// of qualified types, but as it is you must use a typedef.
typedef const char* str_t;
const char* foo()
// return std::printf("foo\n"), (const char*)();
return std::printf("foo\n"), str_t();
/* Explicit cast */
#define NULLSTR ((const char*)0)
const char* bar()
return std::printf("bar\n"), NULLSTR;