There are a couple of offending files in the kernel still, and some
drivers. The things people are most likely to run into are: usb, inet6,
and some drivers (twe, asr etc).
Yes, you will almost certainly need 'make -DNO_WERROR' for the short term.
But do take a look, there is some low hanging fruit there.
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Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 14:04:33 -0800
From: Peter Wemm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: cvs commit: src/sys/conf kern.pre.mk
peter 2002/02/25 14:04:33 PST
Turn on -Werror by default. This is is easily turned off, by either:
- fix the warnings, they are there for a reason!
- add -DNO_ERROR to your make(1) command.
- add 'makeoptions NO_WERROR=true' to your kernel config.
- add 'nowerror' to conf/files* that have warnings that should be fixed
due to tracking 3rd party vendor code.
- add 'nowerror' to conf/files* where the warning is false due to a
compiler bug and fixing it with brute force would be too expensive.
There are some very sloppy warnings in our kernel build, come on folks!
'make release' uses -DNO_WERROR intentionally.
Revision Changes Path
1.8 +5 -5 src/sys/conf/kern.pre.mk
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