m. allan noah writes:
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 9:12 AM, Olaf Meeuwissen
> <paddy-h...@member.fsf.org> wrote:
>> Hi devs,
>> About a year ago, I set out trying to get rid of *all* compiler warnings
>> on a "well-defined" build platform. I'm happy to report that we've made
>> it! With the commit of ee550e5d, the debian-8-full build, is free
>> of compiler warnings!
> My goodness! Now how will I know if the build is working, without all
> the noise :) Nice work!
>> ... next are four linker warnings about the use of `mktemp`, which, as
>> we all know, is racey and should be avoided. Like the plague, so I'd
>> like to see these get fixed.
>> # I have a patch for the avision backend already. By all means, tackle
>> # any of the canon, canon_dr and dc25 backends' use of mktemp.
> Note: it is canon that is busted, canon_dr does not use mktemp.
The linker thinks it does. Could be that both backends link the same
file in. I haven't really looked at it yet.
> I'm not sure if any of these four backends are maintained anymore.
That's not a reason to not fix them ;-). It just makes it a bit more
tricky and risky.
> Any thoughts on sending some kind of email to a committer, or to a
> mailing list when we trip that -Werror?
The GitLab CI builds will mail me and the commit's pusher (but that's
probably me considering the way GitLab handles repository mirrors) on
If desired, I can add more email addresses and/or get mail sent for all
builds whether successful or failed. Suggestions welcome.
# If adding the lists, we need to find a way to subscribe (or exempt)
# the address that generates these mails.
Hope that helps,
Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27
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