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SubjectRe: PATCH: compile the kernel with -Werror
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Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk <roy@karlsbakk.net> writes:

> On Saturday 13 July 2002 09:26, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote:
> > A full kernel compilation, especially when using the -j switch to
> > make, can cause warnings to "fly off the screen" without the user
> > noticing them. For example, wli's patch lazy_buddy.2.5.25-1 of today
> > had a missing return statement in a function returning non void, which
> > the compiler probably complained about but the warning got lost in the
> > noise (a little birdie told me wli used -j64).
>
> Why not add a menu item under kernel hacking?

FFS....
make bzImage > compile.log 2> errors.log
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James Antill -- james@and.org
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is wrong, I have encountered none that support their claims with objective
evidence." -- Eric S. Roberts, Loop Exits and Structured Programming
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