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Re: release candidate 5 available

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: release candidate 5 available
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2005 22:11:01 -0700
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John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:

> For me, it worked fine on all GNU/* systems ( GNU/Linux, GNU/Hurd and 
> GNU/Cygwin).

It was the Solaris and Mac OS X reports that bugged me.  These
systems should not be hard to support, but we were not doing a
very good job.

gnulib should make portability easier.

>       - Importantly, does *not* append -ansi to GCC command line.
>         Using -ansi changes the behavior of header files
>         significantly.  
> Maybe it'd be useful to keep the -ansi flag for development builds, but have 
> it turned off for dist builds.  I think automake has a way of doing this, but
> I'd have to look up how to do it.

What advantages do you see in using -ansi?
Ben Pfaff 
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