On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 04:42:57PM +0200, Jussi Laakkonen wrote:
I guess I have too old gcc (8.3.0) for these to be warned about,
All good. This happens sometimes. It is easy to fix.
Favoring stability over bleeding edge has its drawbacks. Maybe I
setup a virtual machine with a bleeding edge, as even backports do not give
a newer gcc than the one I have.
Actually, I do like when people use different compiler versions and even
architectures. Mono culture is usually a bad thing.
Just out of curiosity, what version of gcc are you using with tes
I'm using gcc 10.2.1. I didn't get the warning when compiling with the
default settings. I got it with my other settings I use for development.