No warning about the possible need for Jacobian adjustment

I was going through some examples under the “change of variables” topic. Compiling the models from those examples should, in principle, lead to warnings such as:

DIAGNOSTIC(S) FROM PARSER:Warning (non-fatal):
Left-hand side of sampling statement (~) may contain a non-linear transform of a parameter or local variable.

The problem is that I don’t get these warnings. Otherwise the models compile and run and the results are as expected.

For example, I tried with the following model from the paper on The Impact of Reparameterization on Point Estimates by Bob Carpenter.

data { 
  int<lower=0> N; 
  int<lower=0, upper=1> y[N]; 
parameters { 
  real alpha; 
transformed parameters { 
  real<lower=0, upper=1> theta; 
  theta <- inv_logit(alpha); 
model { 
  for (n in 1:N) 
    y[n] ~ bernoulli(theta); 
  theta ~ uniform(0, 1); 

The results from the paper are replicated, but with no warning about the need for Jacobian adjustment.
I use R 4.2.1 with rstan_2.26.16. I do get to see other (unrelated) Stan warnings, so they are not totally suppressed.

Will be grateful for any suggestions.

This warning was not included in the initial re-write of the compiler, and later was added version 2.29 as part of the “pedantic mode” warnings. See Add Jacobian adjustment warning to pedantic mode by WardBrian · Pull Request #1075 · stan-dev/stanc3 · GitHub

Thanks for clarification! Would I be able to download version 2.29?