Ter, 2004-12-14 às 16:37 +0100, James Henstridge escreveu: > On 14/12/04 16:20, Luis Villa wrote: > > >http://gnome-build.ximian.com/tinderbox/ONGOING/gnome-vfs.html#build > > > >Looks like this commit: > > > >http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/gnome-vfs/ChangeLog?rev=1.2056&view=markup > > > >broke the build, at least for folks (like the build box) that don't > >have hal installed. Can we fix, please? > > > > > It appears to be a variable that is only used if --enable-hal is passed > to configure. This wouldn't normally be an error, but -Werror is being > used ... -Werror is _evil_ My box has gcc 3.4.2, which gives a lot of spurious "void return value in non-void function" warnings, thus breaking compilation of any modules using -Werror (e.g. gstreamer). What's the point of -Werror? Those developers that really care about it can tweak their own CFLAGS to turn it on, without breaking build for the rest of us. Can we please get rid of it in makefiles? > > James. > -- Gustavo J. A. M. Carneiro <gjc inescporto pt> <gustavo users sourceforge net> The universe is always one step beyond logic.
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