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Re: [PATCH] Fix boehm-gc crash on s390x
Individual warning options would be good.
I did look a little more. It unfortunately does turn out that potentially
uninitialized variable warnings are probably the most useful (they pointed
out another real problem in the cord library, which libgcj doesn't use),
but also include lots of bogus warnings.
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "Hans" == Boehm, Hans <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hans> I tried a quick -Wall build, and things don't look that bad.
> Hans> And it would be good to look at the warnings that did get generated.
> Hans> Were you talking about that or -Werror? I don't see any way to
> Hans> use -Werror unless there's a way to override a few specific and
> Hans> not easily avoidable warnings.
> Yeah, I was thinking just -Wall. I suppose there is the maintenance
> issue of how to tell people which warnings to expect. Maybe instead
> of -Wall we could use the individual -W options and avoid the ones
> that give "bad result" for the GC?