Re: g_assert vs. g_return[_val]_if_fail
- From: Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com>
- To: Reinhard Mueller <reinhard mueller bytewise at>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org, gnue-geas lists gnue org
- Subject: Re: g_assert vs. g_return[_val]_if_fail
- Date: 10 Jun 2001 17:07:47 -0400
Reinhard Mueller <reinhard mueller bytewise at> writes:
> * g_assert terminates the application, where g_return... only terminates the function
> * therefore, g_assert lets me jump into gdb as soon as it is hit, while
> g_return... doesn not. This seems to be an advantage for g_assert.
You can always run the app with --g-fatal-warnings to also make
> Is there a golden rule when to use which?
> Does it make sense to use both and disable the g_assert for production use and let
> g_return... in?
For GTK, we normally use g_return if the app developer has made a
mistake, and g_assert() if GTK itself is confused.
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