Subject: make kernel warnings
To: None <>
From: Thomas M. Crockett <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/13/1993 23:07:52
My system's been very steady since the beginning of Nov when I finally
got in sync with current.  Since then, with the assistance gained by
carefully reading the current-users mail list, I've been able to stay 
current via ftp-ing the listed sources in the cvs output messages.
Compiling warnings are very few (or none like today) during the make.
I have a mostly happy machine right now in spite of only 8MB ram.  
Because vm has been mentioned in the last few days and because while
using certain X programs (xview 3.00a in particular) swap space seems
to disappear gradually and not be returned so that eventually the machine
simply freezes... I'm listing the warnings I get while building a kernel.
I was getting some others in the vm area up to a few weeks ago but 
those have gone away.

cc  -c -O  -I. -I../../../../arch -I../../../.. -I../../../../sys 
../../../../msdosfs/msdosfs_vnops.c:1697: warning: initialization of 
`msdosfs_vnodeops.vop_print' from incompatible pointer type

../../../../ufs/ufs_vfsops.c: In function `ufs_quotactl':
../../../../ufs/ufs_vfsops.c:447: warning: comparison is always 0 
due to limited range of data type

../../../../vm/vm_mmap.c: In function `vm_mmap':
../../../../vm/vm_mmap.c:488: warning: cast to pointer from 
integer of different size

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