1) I'm wondering if a #pragma exist to hide (filter) warning inside a C file.
2) The MISRA checker doesn't work when the program language is set to C99. But it works properly when the program language is set to C(C89)
Many thanks in advance
For both questions it would be useful to know which compiler you use.
This is not a HEW issue, but an issue of the compiler in use.
In reply to FrankL:
You are right, the toolchain information is as the follow:
High-performance Embedded Workshop
RX Standard Toolchain (V.220.127.116.11)
RX Family C/C++ Compile Driver V.1.02.01.000
RX Family C/C++ Compiler V.1.02.01.000
RX Family Assembler V.1.02.00.000
Optimizing Linkage Editor V.10.02.00.000
RX Family C/C++ Standard Library Generator V.1.02.00.000
Thanks for your reply
In reply to Gr3G:
CCRX does not have a#pragma to suppress warnings. This can only be done using command line options. Only informational messages can be suppressed. To suppress a warning message you have to use -change_message=<error_number> to switch the warning message to an informational message, and in addition you have to use -nomessage=<error_number> to suppress the message. You can define these options file specific for every source file, so you don't have to suppress a warning for all files.
MISRA can be used only with C89. It is ignored when using C99 or CPP.