From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-22 03:38:35
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>The current V2 'intel-linux' toolset uses -Wall by default, but that seems
>be very bad idea. I get huge warnings everywhere on Boost, and even after
>disabling the most pointless ones (see intel-linux.jam), there's still do
>many of them. In fact, the log file from full regression run is 2G!
>Anybody can suggest what's the reasonable approach here? Should we just use
>"-w1" option? Or "-w2", and explicitly disable all "unreasonable" warnings?
Can't you add <warnings> option support and then pass warnings=off to bjam
in the regression run? This would make it configurable, so you could choose
what warning options you want to run.
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