[Python-Dev] Compiler warnings

Thomas Wouters thomas at xs4all.net
Wed Feb 1 22:15:11 CET 2006

On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 11:29:16AM -0500, Tim Peters wrote:
> [Thomas Wouters]
> > Well, I said 4.0.3, and that was wrong. It's actually a pre-release of 4.0.3
> > (in Debian's 'unstable' distribution.) However, 4.0.2 (the actual release)
> > behaves the same way. The normal make process shows quite a lot of output on
> > systems that use gcc, so I wouldn't be surprised if people did ignore it,
> > for the most part.

> Does it really?  It's completely warning-free on Windows, and that's
> the intent, and it takes ongoing work to keep it that way.  Over at,
> e.g.,

No, it's mostly warning-free, it just outputs a lot of text. By default,
the warnings don't stand out much. And if you have a decent computer, it
scrolls by pretty fast, too. ;)

Thomas Wouters <thomas at xs4all.net>

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