Unused variable in perlparser.cpp

luc willems Willems.luc at pandora.be
Mon Feb 23 19:02:30 UTC 2004


	It was indeed a missing implementation after converting to the new codemodel 
framework.  I've update the CVS code. As convention , subroutines beginning 
with _ are prive to the package/class.

	luc

On Sunday 22 February 2004 21:01, Saki Arkoudopoulos wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I don't really know where to post this (or even if
> this is worth posting) but in the file perlparser.cpp
> there is an unused variable.
> The unused variable is 'bool privatesub', found on
> line 411.
>
> It is given to the function as an argument, but it
> isn't used in this function.
>
> So the correct function should be:
>
> ============
> void perlparser::addPackageSub(const QString& fileName
> ,int lineNr ,const QString& name)
>  {
>  kdDebug(9016) << "addPackageSub[ " << name << "]" <<
> endl;
>  FunctionDom method =
> m_model->create<FunctionModel>();
>  method->setName(name);
>  method->setFileName( fileName );
>  method->setStartPosition( lineNr, 0 );
>  if (m_lastpackage) {
>  if (!m_lastpackage->hasFunction(method->name()))
>  m_lastpackage->addFunction(method);
>  } else {
>  kdDebug(9016) << "addPackageSub[ no m_file]" << endl;
>  }
>  m_lastsub=name;
>  }
> ============
>
>
> Greetings,
>
> Saki Arkoudopoulos
>
> =====
> ==================================================
>
> Arkoudopoulos Saki
> Student Computer Science at the LUC/tUL
> website : http://lumumba.luc.ac.be/~saki
>
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