inline or attachments?

Mark Andrews Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Mon Mar 14 21:14:22 UTC 2005


> Danny Mayer wrote:
> > At 06:58 PM 3/11/2005, Rick Jones wrote:
> > 
> >> Is bind-workers an "inline" list or an attachments list?  I have a 
> >> bunch of
> >> compiler warnings from a 64-bit compile on HP-UX 11.11 with the latest 
> >> compilers
> >> (32-bit compilation failed without the latest patches - that mail was 
> >> sent to
> >> bind9-workers not sure if that actually goes anywhere these days?) and am
> >> wondering what the best way to pass them on would be.
> >>
> >> rick jones
> > 
> > 
> > Rick, you should know that all bug reports like these should go to
> > bind9-bugs at isc.org. You can post them to bind-workers but it's not
> > a bug reporting list.
> 
> It wasn't clear to me that +w1 (HP-UX ANSI C equivalent to gcc -Wall) warning
> s 
> were necessarily bugs, but if that is the concensus I can send them that way.

	We try hard to remove the warnings as often are real bugs or
	the noise hides real bugs.  Most platforms are (almost) warning
	free these days.

	The hardest ones to remove are those that are the result of
	errors in system header files.

	Mark
 
> rick jones
> 
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