1. 22 Apr, 2016 1 commit
    • Dmitry Kazakov's avatar
      Added a concept of "safe" assert · 14628395
      Dmitry Kazakov authored
      If you add some sanity check to the code and you are 100% sure
      that failing this assert and recovering after it will not break
      Krita and the user will be able to continue his work, you can use
      "safe asserts". By default they don't show anything to the user,
      just dump a message to the terminal and take the recovery branch
      almost silently.
      If you want to make these assert produce real warning messages you
      should set a cmake option for it:
      This is highly recommended for developers, and not recommended for
      painters who do real work of those builds of Krita.
      Now rules when to use "safe" asserts. You can use them if the following
      conditions are met:
      1) The condition in the assert shows that a real *bug* has happened. It
         is not just a warning. It is a bug that should be fixed.
      2) The recovery branch will *workaround* the bug and the user will be
         able to continue his work *as if nothing has happened*. Again, please
         mark the assert "safe" if and only if you are 100% sure Krita will
         not crash in a minute after you faced that bug. The user is not notified
         about this bug, so he is not going to take any emergency steps like
         saving his work and restarting Krita!
      3) If you think that Krita should be better restarted after this bug,
         please use a usual KIS_ASSRT_RECOVER.