Today's n00b question: How do I suppress
warning: constant is never used: `LL_RELIABLE_FLAG` --> src/messages/mod.rs:26:1 | 26 | const LL_RELIABLE_FLAG: u8 = 0x40; // This packet was sent reliably (implies please ack this packet) | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | = note: `#[warn(dead_code)]` on by default
Source code is:
#[allow(dead_code)] // ***TEMP*** const LL_ZERO_CODE_FLAG: u8 = 0x80; // 0's in packet body are run length encoded, such that series of 1 to 255 zero bytes are encoded to take 2 bytes. const LL_RELIABLE_FLAG: u8 = 0x40; // This packet was sent reliably (implies please ack this packet) const LL_RESENT_FLAG: u8 = 0x20; // This packet is a resend from the source. const LL_ACK_FLAG: u8 = 0x10; // This packet contains appended acks.
should have suppressed those messages, right?
What I'm doing, obviously, is writing all the definitions first, with code to follow. So I'd like to quiet down the warning noise for a while.