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QuestionCan "cast looses precision " error be optioned out ? Pin
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I have been writing code using crosscomplier for ARM architecture.
Works as expected. No "cast looses precision " errors.

Now I optioned IDE to change the architecture to X86.
Compiler now complains about
"cast looses precision " 
.
The complains (too many) are in class I am currently NOT editing.

Is there a option I can set GCC to temporary ignore
"cast looses precision " errors
?

Since the
"cast looses precision "
was not present while compiling for ARM it would not hurt to know WHY it fails in X86.


Here is the IDE "error"

Description	Resource	Path	Location	Type
cast from ‘uint32_t* {aka unsigned int*}’ to ‘uint32_t {aka unsigned int}’ loses precision [-fpermissive]	CBCM2835SPITFT.cpp	/RPI_BT_SERVER_X86_/src/MODULES/M_BCM2835_SPI_TFT	line 21264	C/C++ Problem




And here ONE of the offending code


bcm2835_peripherals = (uint32_t*) mapmem(
NULL, bcm2835_peripherals_size,             // 100000
        _memfd, (uint32_t) bcm2835_peripherals_base);


Cheers


PS I think wholesale "search and replace " is too risky.
PPS Does the architecture - 64 bits on X86 and 32 on ARM matter? - both Linux OS.
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