[cfe-commits] Clang change to detect and warn about unused private members
chandlerc at google.com
Wed Jan 11 13:17:00 PST 2012
n Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 12:02 PM, Matthieu Monrocq <
matthieu.monrocq at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le 11 janvier 2012 10:11, Daniel Jasper <djasper at google.com> a écrit :
>> the attached change is designed to detect and warn about private unused
>> members of C++ classes. It checks whether a class is fully defined in the
>> current translation unit, i.e. all methods are either defined or pure
>> virtual and all friends are defined. Otherwise, the private member could be
>> used by a function defined in another translation unit.
>> An initializer does not count as "use", if:
>> - the member is a primitive type
>> - the member is a pointer
>> - the initializer does not take any arguments
>> Kind regards,
> Hello Daniel,
> it sounds like a fairly useful warning :)
> I only have two comments regarding the patch itself:
> > is it necessary to actually have UnusedPrivateFields and
> (Not)FullyDefinedCXXRecords as members of Sema ? They could be passed (by
> reference) to IsRecordFullyDefinedInTranslationUnit which could then be
> marked `const` (unless I missed something)
I agree. Actually, I'd go further.
IsRecordFullyDefinedInTranslationUnit should be a static helper function in
the file, not a member of Sema. Then the two sets and a Sema& can be passed
You can find lots of similar static helper functions that accept a Sema& as
their first argument and use them as examples.
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