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icon5.gif  ProC Precompile Warnings in HPUX Itanium [message #295553] Tue, 22 January 2008 12:44
duckinaboxx
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Registered: January 2008
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We are migrating to Oracle 10g on the HP Itanium server.

I am picking up "new" warning messages when recompiling the ProC code of the type:

warning #2120-D:
return value type does not match the function type
return strerror(errno);
^
warning #2140-D:
too many arguments in function call
append_warning("\nError: ETI-ORA-RI-1047 Diagnostics from ORACA follow.\n")
;
^

The code compiles and produces an executable that does run, but fails to pick up any error messages. This makes failed executions look as if they were successful Embarassed

My contractor friend says that the warnings are related to the Itanium C compiler because the same program compiles without warnings on HPUX 11.11 64-bit.

Anybody hear of this Itanium C compiler issue before?

Also, with ProC being an Oracle product, why is the compiler in HP's domain?
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