Subject: Re: long long vs. -ansi...
To: Ted Lemon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: J.T. Conklin <email@example.com>
Date: 04/08/1997 09:02:16
In article <199704080351.UAA01076@andare.fugue.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Ted Lemon) writes:
> ...maybe I'm just missing something, but I just compiled tip(1) from
> today're sources on an m68k (hp300) using the default flags, including
> -ansi -pedantic -Werror.
Hm. I can't see how the i386 header or the m68k header could possibly
compile under a pedantic ANSI compiler. Is it possible that you're
using a different version of the compiler than I am? Or maybe that a
header file is getting included now that wasn't getting included
before? I'm at a loss to explain why this problem didn't crop up a
long time ago.
I believe that gcc has an (compiler compile time) option to ignore
ansi warnings in system header files. Perhaps you're running a version
without this feature? turned on?