[Swan-dev] Throw the -Werror switch - 11th March

Antony Antony antony at phenome.org
Thu Mar 5 18:46:03 EET 2015

On Wed, Mar 04, 2015 at 05:10:37PM -0500, Andrew Cagney wrote:
> I think it is time to throw the -Werror switch.  So how about sometime
> on/after 11th March (that's a week, everything on the internet takes a
> week)?

as long as there is one place to turn it off locally, it sounds good me.

> If for some reason you don't want -Werror then add:
> to your Makefile.inc.local.  If for some reason you don't want the actual
> warnings then also add:
> (both of these work now)

does WARNING_CFLAGS= also work in mk/local.mk? what is the heirarchy of make files? 
What is prefered way mk/local.mk or Makefile.inc.local ? I know we are trying to be backword compitable. If I don't know what is the prefered way I could stuck in old universe.

> The old WERROR variable may continue to work for a while (cleaning up
> CFLAGS in general will eventually result in its loss).

Along these lines I have a request. I  want to turn off "-O2" from one place, for programs, libs 
I beleive in the past I had to edit multiple Makefiles. Disabling -O2 is useful in combination with -g.


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