-On [20020504 20:15], Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: >It is only here that warnings are treated as errors. >I am thinking something in the upgrade path is not 100% thought out, trying >to see what exactly, but my focus has been way more on STABLE than CURRENT, >so some more exposed experience gladly received.
Of course, the entire build complains due to WARNS being raised above 0 and NO_WERROR has not been defined. The only reference I can find in UPDATING is: 20020225: Warnings are now errors in the kernel. Unless you are a developer, you should add -DNO_WERROR to your make line. I definately do not call libiberty kernel related. Nor do we, by default, advocate NO_WERROR. So in effect, we broke moving from older versions to newer versions of CURRENT. -- Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven / asmodai / Kita no Mono [EMAIL PROTECTED], finger [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.softweyr.com/asmodai/ | http://www.tendra.org/ I am, I was, and I will be... To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message