On Di, 2011-08-30 at 15:05 +0200, Krzesimir Nowak wrote:
I also added a warnings system like described in . It may be
Yes, sounds useful. In the nightly testing I add "-Werror -Wall" to the
CXXFLAGS/CFLAGS on the command line, but this --enable-warnings=fatal is
Ah, minor caveat: libsynthesis doesn't support it yet. So at the moment,
the explicit flags are still needed when compiling both at the same
Again, I'm attaching a complete patch made against
I've fast-forwarded "master" to your autotools-cleanup-2 branch this
morning and started testing it, after fixing the ActiveSync backend and
runtests.py (invoked make in the wrong directories/with wrong targets).
Works fine so far.
In the meantime you also made a similar change for ActiveSync. I think
I'll stay with my version because a) it doesn't add the
--export-dynamic, which no longer seems to be necessary (if it ever was)
and b) it doesn't include an unrelated change to addressbook.am.
But you are right about SYNCEVO_WFLAGS and wrapping AS_HELP_STRING(),
will fix that.
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