compiling KDevelop1.1-cvs-snapshot is really ugly :-(

Falk Brettschneider gigafalk at
Mon Jan 31 14:28:04 UTC 2000

"W. Tasin" wrote:
> yes... I know it... the same happened to me.
> The reason is the new automake/autoconf-framework....
> It is now "state of the art" (as far as I can see in the new
> acinclude.m4)  to see as much
> warnings as possible for debugging purpose and IMHO it should already
> been.
> These warning will be given only if you compile with the --enable-debug
True. I forgot to mention that flag I set.

> flag, so I think it shouldn´t be a problem for the users.
> Unfortunately most of these warnings are created by the kde-include
> "htmlobj.h" and
> the (old) "moc". But there are also some new warnings in the kwrite
> modules which should be considered at least one time!!
Avoiding "unused parameters" warning is very easy. I would suggest to
remove all those variable names from the parameter list of the
appropriate functions in it's cpp-files.

For instance in blahblah.cpp:

void blahblah( int iMUnused)

should be changed to:

void blahblah( int)



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