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Re: Turning warning into errors

From: Duane Griffin
Subject: Re: Turning warning into errors
Date: Fri, 3 May 2019 17:11:06 +1200

On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 1:31 PM Sébastien Hinderer
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Dear Duane,
> Many thanks for your response!
> You are right, the code is rather straightforward and at the same time I
> find it clever! In particular, I like the fact that, because of the
> options you are using, you don't need to use grep to figure out whether
> there are warnings or not. We would have to work quite a bit to reach
> this state but it's interesting to know the trick so I am very grateful
> to you that you shared your solution with me!

Thanks, I'm really pleased you like it! I've got a bunch of other
fragments I can post, if anyone is interested in stuff like a stupidly
over-engineered module system implementing pseudo-file-scoped
variables in pure GNU make...


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