[Libreoffice] [PUSHED] Re: [Patch] Cppcheck cleaning on dbaccess

Julien Nabet serval2412 at yahoo.fr
Sun Jan 16 13:07:13 PST 2011

Le 15/01/2011 18:16, Caolán McNamara a écrit :
> On Sat, 2011-01-15 at 00:03 +0100, Julien Nabet wrote:
>> Question :
>> In the last "git-updated" cppcheck I use, i found this in core part of
>> dbaccess :
>> [./api/query.cxx:310]: (error) instance of "OAutoActionReset" object
>> destroyed immediately
>> I took a look and I don't understand what's the use of this class.
>> in query.cxx, we have this :
>> Could someone explain the meaning of all this ?
> Well, first off, if
> OAutoActionReset(this);
> is changed to
> OAutoActionReset aResetter(this);
> does the warning go away ?
Yes it removes the warning and there's no cppcheck pb in it. (I let you 
make the change since you have a direct git access)

> I believe the intent is that an OAutoActionReset will set
> m_eDoingCurrently to NONE in its dtor, so the idea is that when an
> OAutoActionReset goes out of scope that dtor gets called, which would
> mean that m_eDoingCurrently gets reset after the "if" ends in the normal
> course of things.
> *Or* if an exception is thrown, seeing as dtors are called when an
> exception is thrown, which is probably the real meat of the construct,
> i.e. "make sure to reset m_eDoingCurrently to NONE when this scope ends
> whether on epic failure or not"
I don't know if it could have been a simpler way but at least I 
understand the meaning of this. Thank you !


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