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Re: gnats compiling error

From: Milan Zamazal
Subject: Re: gnats compiling error
Date: 11 Mar 2001 19:43:55 +0100
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>>>>> "WB" == Wes Barris <address@hidden> writes:

    WB> It appears that a string is too long for gcc on Redhat 7:

Sigh!  Thanks for the report.

>>>>> "GP" == Gerald Pfeifer <address@hidden> writes:

    GP> Nevertheless, I'd consider this a GNATS bug (either this, or the
    GP> use of -Werror) which should be fixed.

I don't consider the -Werror option a bug, thus the string should be
fixed.  I don't have access to the standard and gcc 2.95.3 (which I use)
compiles the file without any complaints so could someone provide me
more details about that thing please?  Is it sufficient to simply split
the long string into several strings via string concatenation

  "..." "..." "..." "..."



Milan Zamazal

Here is my advice, don't try to program the bleeding edge for the
general populace unless you really, really, really like migraines.
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