Behdad Esfahbod píše v St 20. 01. 2010 v 13:18 -0500: > On 01/20/2010 02:03 PM, Martin Kalbfuß wrote: > > Thanks, > > > > But why is it a disastrous idea? > > > > When It's a clear programming error, why not abort the program with > > g_assert? > > Because that can cause user data loss. > > behdad > > So there are two possibilities: g_assert when you want the application to abort, and g_return_if_fail when you don't. g_assert can be disabled compile-time for a release, right? In that case, it does nothing. So why not add a compile option to make g_return_if_fail fatal, and simply deprecate g_assert? What is the point of having it there?
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