deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*'
Initializing a character pointer variable with a string literal
In standard C, string literals have type
char *, even though they cannot be modified without invoking undefined behavior (risking a program crash or data corruption).
g++ issues a warning to let you know that you are relying on this behavior.
char *x = "foo bar";
Solution 1: Change the "char *" to "const char *"
Most programmers assign all string literals to a pointer of type
const char *, which ensures that they cannot be accidentally written to.
const char *x = "foo bar";
Solution 2: Use a string object instead of a character pointer
string x = "foo bar";
Solution 3: Cast the string literal to type "char *"
char *x = (char *)"foo bar";
- Message found in GCC version 4.5.1