Patch to warn about non-static declaration follows static one
Kaveh R. Ghazi
Sun Oct 25 13:04:00 GMT 1998
> From: Jeffrey A Law <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > I'd like to add this flag to the gcc bootstrap procedure, however I
> > would prefer not to have it done for the whole bootstrap, just the gcc
> > top level directory. The language subdirectories aren't supposed to
> > be compiled with a K&R compiler, so they don't need to be bothered
> > with this flag.
> > Is there an easy way to set this up? (If not, I can just add
> > -Wtraditional to WARN_CFLAGS.) Or, I'll just hack something up...
> No strong opinions. I thought WARN_CFLAGS only applied to the gcc subdir,
> so putting it there ought to do the trick.
The above about WARN_CFLAGS is true. But what I meant was that
I want the warning to only apply to the gcc top level dir and not
gcc/java, gcc/f, gcc/ch or gcc/cp. These directories are always
compiled with gcc so they shouldn't be forced to adhere to K&R
portability hacks, and thus can't be expected to compile with
I've already got something going to do -Wtraditional only for
the gcc top level dir and will submit it shortly. :-)
Kaveh R. Ghazi Engagement Manager / Project Services
email@example.com Icon CMT Corp.
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