On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 10:08 PM, edan <eda...@gmail.com> wrote:

> No, I can't imagine there is.  But what you could do is create a unit test
> that runs during "make check" whose sole purpose is to include all the
> headers, and compile with "-Werror".  Then you would catch any warnings in
> the headers and be able to fix them before release.  Would this work, and is
> it something you'd consider doing?
>

Hmm, yes, that sounds quite reasonable.  Of course, it will only cover GCC's
warnings, but that should take care of about half the complaints we get.
 Can you write up a patch for this?
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