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Warnings from

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Warnings from
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2003 15:29:18 +0200
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Hi Jeff,

you did add the option -Werror in the subprojects of, whcih makes the compiler treat warnings as errors. This is normaly fine as it helps to focus on possible errors in the code. In this case it stops me from compiling this applications as you must be using a very old version of GCC to get your code through. There are at least two warnings for each file for GCC 3.3 (one about the use of import and one on the unused rcsid). That way no file can be compiled. The use of -Werror during a development process is surely good practice, but when you release your code, you should remove it, as you never can tell how picky other peoples compiler may be.


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