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Re: It's warnings all the way down, sir!

From: Simon Sobisch
Subject: Re: It's warnings all the way down, sir!
Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2020 17:43:24 +0100
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I fail to see how that is relevant to gnucobol-users, directly, if it
isn't please don't post that to this list...

Note: cobc has an open feature request to ignore unknown warning flags -
it will currently always error if you throw
-Wsomething -Wno-something-else
at it.


Am 13.11.2020 um 17:20 schrieb James K. Lowden:
Posted today on comp.unix.programmer:

-Werror is a gcc option turning all warnings into fatal errors. The m4
1.4.17 build system enables -Werror and wants to enable a warning
called "mudflap". gcc 8.3.0 (Debian 10) doesn't support this warning
anymore. Trying to enable a warning which isn't supported causes a
warning. Hence, m4 1.4.17 can't be built with gcc 8.3.0 because the
warning caused by trying to enable a warning which doesn't exist
anymore is turned into a fatal error by -Werror.

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