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From Randy Terbush <>
Subject Re: Compiling with -Wall
Date Tue, 14 Mar 1995 13:48:55 GMT
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>    Date: Tue, 14 Mar 1995 07:15:21 -0600
>    From: Randy Terbush <>
>    > I certainly think that these warnings should be fixed, and the coding
>    > style in general needs improving. However, right now I think we want
>    > to avoid changing too many source files. Not only would we move further
>    > away from the NCSA source, but it also makes it a little harder to
>    > integrate patches with one-another.
>    > 
>    > The majority of your changes are to remove redundent variables (of which
>    > there are sadly too many) -- which an optimising compiler would do anyway,
>    > and to insert parenthesis around assignments in conditional expressions.
>    > May I suggest that you trim down the patch to include only the bug fixes?
>    Point well taken.  I will trim this and resubmit it.
> Aw, drat.  The content-negotiation stuff really does need another
> pass, and I was looking forward to finally being able to use -Wall
> while debugging it.  (I suppose I could have the Makefile turn it on
> only for http_mime_db.c for the time being).
> Brian and Cliff have both been doing integration --- has this been a
> problem so far?

I don't *have* to remove this. :-) I have been testing my changes locally,
and with exception of the one *nasty* bug I created that Brian pointed
out, I don't think any of these changes caused other problems.

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