Re: inhibit compiler warning C4624 for a class hierarchy
"Heinz Ozwirk" <SPAMhozwirk@arcor.de> wrote in message
"Alex Blekhman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
"Ben Voigt" wrote:
For this particular hierarchy, that's completely acceptable and
intended. The objects should be allocated on the heap, used
polymorphically, and deleted using a base class function.
Can I mark the base class in any way such that this message isn't
generated for derived classes? Using #pragma warning (disable : 4624)
in the header file has the undesirable side effect of inhibiting the
warning for unrelated classes.
Ben, did you try to disable that warning just above the definition of a
derived class and then enable it again after that definition?
I'm looking for a way to prevent people (probably me in a few months) from
making a mistake in derived classes thinking they can write their own
destructor, not to increase the maintenance burden.
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