Den 2019-09-18 kl. 21:44, skrev Claude Pache:
>> Le 18 sept. 2019 Ã 18:28, Nikita Popov email@example.com> a Ã©crit :
>> I just realized that I missed one notice here, because it is generated from
>> a different location: "Constant %s already defined" (The define/const will
>> be ignored and the previous value used.)
>> It would be great to have that as an exception for optimization reasons,
>> but as it's only a notice right now ... what do people think about
>> promoting it to a warning?
> Since attempting to define an already defined constant fails to perform the expected operation (i.e., defining the constant to *that* value), I think that a Warning is very reasonable.
I also think that a warning would be appropriate here.
Have stumbled on it myself, not having notices on.