[lldb-dev] (no subject)

Saleem Abdulrasool compnerd at compnerd.org
Sat Mar 15 09:30:18 PDT 2014


As the LLDB build currently exists, there are a large number of warnings
which clutter the build.  This is even worse on Linux when building with

I was wondering if there would be any objection to forcing errors on
warnings as they as they get cleaned up.  This requires that the compiler
support marking certain warnings a errors (i.e. -Werror=*).  clang and gcc
support many of these, and this would need to be conditionalised on
compiler support to ensure that no one is prevented from continuing to
build LLDB.

LLVM actually has buildbots that build with -Werror which helps prevent new
errors from being integrated in clang and LLVM, unfortunately, the buildbot
situation for LLDB is not as pretty.  As such, I was wondering if it would
be acceptable to push this down into the normal build.

Saleem Abdulrasool
compnerd (at) compnerd (dot) org
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