goto fail and -Wunreachable-code
After the whole
goto fail fiasco in iOS and OS X, lots of people are rightfully taking Apple to task for allowing such an obvious bug in such a critical piece of code.
My suspicion is that the bug was caused by a bad merge, because anyone looking at that code should be able to tell at a glance that it’s broken. Rigorous automated testing would have found it, but we all know that’s just not the way Apple rolls. So what other methods could have been used to find that extra
Tip of the day: Detecting unreachable code is easy with AppCode. Can your IDE do the same? pic.twitter.com/ap5XXr6W7n— JetBrains AppCode (@appcode) February 24, 2014
OK, AppCode, let’s see if Xcode can detect unreachable code.
"…the gel bombards your taste buds with a rotting symphony of flavors not meant for consumption. The Pail Rail—the tamer of the two at 49 percent ABV in the packet and 5.2 percent with water added—tasted vaguely of potent, regurgitated beer and/or straight garbage, while the Black Hops version—50 percent ABV or 6.1 percent with water added—was more reminiscent of an atrociously strong soy sauce mixed with melted tar. In short, beer concentrate shots are bad. Do not do them."
Mental note: Do not drink beer concentrate by itself.
Need something strong? Nothings starts and ends your night quicker than Ryncol. Artist BertnErnie shows what the potent Krogan beverage might look like if it were bottled and sold. Careful while drinking it, though. A few of these and you might find yourself hugging the toilet of the Dark Star Lounge.
I could always use more Blood Rage.