Commit 33186f0c authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist
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parent f3e5bc07
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# glibc-2.1.2/gcc-2.95.2 on gratia.
/\/usr\/include\/inttypes.h:427: warning: function returns an aggregate/d
/\/usr\/include\/inttypes.h:428: warning: function call has aggregate value/d
/\/usr\/include\/bits\/string2.h:.*: warning: pointer of type `void \*' used in arithmetic/d
# The Intel C++ compiler doesn't like the -M options that
# automake-1.7.2 uses to create dependency information.
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/getopt\.h:104: warning: function declaration isn't a prototype/d
# When compiling on a system that doesn't use the GNU C library,
# getopt.c uses non-prototype declarations of several library functions.
# Example: AIX 4.2 on hal.lysator.liu.se.
/getopt\.c:.*: warning: function declaration isn't a prototype/d
# getopt.c and getopt1.c uses non-prototype declarations of several
# library functions.
#
# Examples: AIX 4.2 on hal.lysator.liu.se, AIX 4.3 on
# dupond.lysator.liu.se.
/getopt1?\.c:.*: warning: function declaration isn't a prototype/d
# This is a harmless comparison of the return value of strlen() and
# a difference between two pointers. Warning created on AIX 4.3 with
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# sig_atomic_t", since many systems exists where sig_atomic_t isn't
# volatile, and this results in the warnings below.
# Seen on dupond.lysator.liu.se.
/"sigflags\.h", line .*: 1506-112 (W) Duplicate type qualifier "volatile" ignored\./d
/"connections\.c", line .*: 1506-112 (W) Duplicate type qualifier "volatile" ignored\./d
/"sys\.c", line .*: 1506-112 (W) Duplicate type qualifier "volatile" ignored\./d
/"signal\.c", line .*: 1506-112 (W) Duplicate type qualifier "volatile" ignored\./d
# Linux on ia64. gcc-2.96. soyokaze.roxen.com as of 2003-01-18.
/\/usr\/include\/bits\/socket\.h:271: warning: cast increases required alignment of target type/d
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