> All David has to do is set WARNS=0 or NO_WERROR=1 in <bsd.sys.mk> or
> /etc/defaults/make.conf temporarily when he tests and commits the
> changeover, and he'll sidestep all the problems. There's no need to
> impose restrictions on the activities of other committers.
> It's really not a big deal, IMO.
Let me hijack this a little. How many of you WARNS= adding people
consider different compile/code paths than the one your machine
exercise? For instance the one "make release" will exercise? The
WARNS=1 in libexec/Makefile.inc breaks "make release" because
telnetd is then compiled, but it isn't warning free.
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