"Harry E. Clarke" <email@example.com> writes:
> There has been discussion recently about adding/removing compiler warnings.
> If you want to write good clean code that is portable, then use ANSI C
> compiler (not allowing tradtional C), and remove all warnings. The following
> flags should be used.
> -ansi -pedantic -Wall
> Adding the flag "-Wpointer-arith", is probably a good idea, or at least
> a very good reason why the warnings are OK.
> As the ansi and pedantic flags are not currently used, they should be
> introduced for the next release, after the release on Sunday.
Excellent suggestion, I second that. At my last company, we did the
same thing for the same reasons.f
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