On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 06:31:14PM -0500, Glenn Gombert wrote:
>   Apparently a recent change in the make file(s) in -Current causes normal
> warning messages to be treated as errors (for un-initialized variables) for
> example, which stops the build process. Yes the file(s) with errors can be
> edited my hand to set the offending variable to a 'default' value, but its
> really, really annoying to have to do so…. Could the make file(s) for
> -Current be set back to the default of treating 'warning(s)' as warnings
> and not errors ??……..

If you're going to run current, you need to read this list.  The problems
have largly been fixed, update your sources and read UPDATING for more

-- Brooks

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