On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 07:02:14AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote:
> Stanislav Grozev wrote:
> That's ugly.
well, i _did_ mention that it's a messy and a temporary solution,
but at least it gets postgresql (and many others) to compile and run
> Since it's jamming in includes anyway:
> By using both `-nostdinc' and `-I-', you can limit
> the include-file search file to only those directo-
> ries you specify explicitly.
> e.g.: you should be able to get it to work with warnings fully
> enabled, and explicit use of system include paths in the Makefile.
> This might be a more permanent fix...
I agree... but still I don't see the point in that warning, which is useless
(IMHO) in 99% of the cases (normal development) and in the 1% where it is
usefull (gcc devel, libc, etc.) the people doing it already know their
stuff and know what they're doing. but I digress...
> -- Terry
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