[Libreoffice] Compiler warnings ICC

Kenneth Venken kenneth.venken at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 11:33:43 PST 2011


there are a lot of compiler warnings when building ICC. It seems that
building ICC consists of extracting
src/fdb27bfe2dbe2e7b57ae194d9bf36bab-SampleICC-1.3.2.tar.gz and applying a
patch, then compiling it.
Most, if not all, of the warnings are in the SampleICC code.

"IccTagLut.cpp:4336: warning: array subscript is above array bounds" is one
of these warnings.

   if (m_XYZMatrix[0]!=1.0 || m_XYZMatrix[4]!=1.0 || m_XYZMatrix[9]!=1.0 ||
sum!=3.0) {
  if (m_XYZMatrix[0]!=1.0 || m_XYZMatrix[4]!=1.0 || m_XYZMatrix[8]!=1.0 ||
sum!=3.0) {

would fix this warning. (since this code is checking for the identity 3x3

Since i'm not that familiar with the build process, the only option i see is
to manually edit the icc/SampleICC-1.3.2.patch file so that it will patch
the source.

Probably better would be to use the newer SampleICC library:
since this warning, and probably many others, are fixed upstream in 1.6.3.
But i wouldn't know how to go about it.

-- Kenneth
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