Call for 2.8.0 soon

Jean Delvare khali at linux-fr.org
Sun Jun 29 00:19:25 CEST 2003


> OK I think we are getting close.

Looks so, yes.

> - GCC 3.3 warnings Khali is working?

I've fixed some warnings these days, but not the GCC 3.2 ones. Note that
I don't have GCC 3.3 anyway, so I can't say anything about this one. We
had a report from a Japanese user (Ishikawa, Chiaki) about GCC 3.3, it
seems that it has more to do with Makefiles than with code by itself. I
think MDS will handle this better than I would.

Two warnings remain (apart from ones possibly generated by GCC 3.2):

1* via686a_find defined but not used. I would #if 0/#endif the function,
is that the right thing to do?

2* Some warnings in the config file parser. AFAIK, this is generated
code. I don't know how to fix these (if it is only possible). Maybe we
can just define -Wno-unused for these specific files, but I don't know
how to do this either. Anyone?

> - UTF issue fixed for new perls, now we need a fix for old perls

Should be working now.

> let's try to wrap things up and release in a week?

Would be great :)

-- 
Jean Delvare
http://www.ensicaen.ismra.fr/~delvare/



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