On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 12:00:55PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Adam Spiers <g...@adamspiers.org> writes:
> > It has been rebased on the latest master, and passed a full test run.
> FYI, I applied the attached on top before queuing it in 'pu'.
> Points to note:
> * We match the underline and the title of documentation header;
> * a few type mismatches (constness of full_path and treat_gitlink()
> signature) that broke compilation;
Of course I will incorporate these tweaks in my re-roll, but it
worries me that my environment yielded no compilation issues even
without these tweaks. Obviously I wouldn't have dreamed of submitting
a patch series which didn't even compile! I'm using a modern gcc, and
I guess you probably are too? Which would suggest to me that either
your environment is somehow set up to perform stricter type checking
than mine, or that there's a weird compiler-oriented bug somewhere
(e.g. in Makefile). Or maybe I'm missing something obvious ...
 I'm in favour of stricter compiler checks where possible:
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