Ok, Ive run this past several colleagues here, and we all think that this is a bad call :
Code such as :
foo.bar( ++index );
being flagged as a warning with the following message: "The changed at ++index is never used"
we think is incorrect.
The value changed at ++index is used.
Im also aware that this was discussed a couple of weeks back, but nothing seemed to come of that.
So, can we at least get a config option to disable this warning, or, better (as far as we see), get this fixed so that such usage of the pre-increment operator is not flagged as a warning.