Ticket #1114 (closed defect: fixed)
LLVM warning: Value stored to '*' is never read
|Reported by:||Echelon9||Owned by:|
|Priority:||Nice to Have||Milestone:||Alpha 11|
|Component:||Core engine||Keywords:||variables, dead store|
LLVM compiler warnings of the form -- Value stored to '*' is never read -- have been highlighted in the attached patch.
Each line marked is an assignment to a variable which is then never subsequently read. Some appear redundant, whereas others like ok = JS_CallFunctionValue() are valid function calls where there is no need to save the return value, if we aren't using it later in the codebase.
Any concerns against adjusting or removing each dead store variable accordingly?
- Priority changed from Should Have to Nice to Have
- Milestone changed from Alpha 9 to Backlog