[mercury-users] gcc warnings

Fergus Henderson fjh at cs.mu.OZ.AU
Fri Nov 17 11:11:43 AEDT 2000

On 16-Nov-2000, Michael Day <mikeday at corplink.com.au> wrote:
> When compiling any Mercury generated C files using gcc 2.96 I get many
> hundreds of warnings of the form:
> warning: traditional C ignores #define with the # indented
> warning: traditional C rejects string concatenation
> ...
> and so forth. Is there some compiler flag not getting set? gcc has never
> cared about traditional C before :/

The work-around is to use `CFLAGS=-Wno-traditional' in your Mmakefile,
or `--cflags -Wno-traditional' if you invoke mmc directly.

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