Mark Peek wrote:
> At 9:34 AM -0800 2/25/02, David O'Brien wrote:
> >On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 11:51:54AM +0200, Maxim Sobolev wrote:
> > > I've noticed that after a recent make world gdb started producing
> >> warnings during startup. Please fix.
> >Please send patch. This will require gdb to be updated to GDB 5.1.1 --
> >something I am not going to do. This also shows the problems with trying
> >to share libiberty across multiple software packages.
> Upgrading to gdb 5.1.1 *is* something that I am doing. In fact, I was
> testing kernel debugging over the weekend. However, the calls to
> bfd_read are still in gdb 5.1.1 so I could either patch it or wait
> for gdb 5.2 to be released. Of course, a simple patch to bfd.h could
> remove the warning as well...
That would be nice. We are waiting for it.
> If the warning is annoying people, I can make the patch to gdb. If it
> is tolerable, then let's wait for gdb 5.2.
I thinks that warnings shoud be disabled in any case, because they do
not serve any meaningful purpose, but only scaring newcomers and
annoying people like me.
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