Commit cc5404cf authored by Simon McVittie's avatar Simon McVittie

Enable more compiler warnings by default

Bug: default avatarWill Thompson <>
parent 0db406cb
......@@ -249,6 +249,7 @@ fi
if test x$enable_asserts = xno; then
AC_DEFINE(DBUS_DISABLE_ASSERT,1,[Disable assertion checking])
# -rdynamic is needed for glibc's backtrace_symbols to work.
......@@ -266,6 +267,7 @@ AC_SUBST(R_DYNAMIC_LDFLAG)
if test x$enable_checks = xno; then
AC_DEFINE(DBUS_DISABLE_CHECKS,1,[Disable public API sanity checking])
AC_DEFINE(G_DISABLE_CHECKS,1,[Disable GLib public API sanity checking])
if test x$enable_userdb_cache = xyes; then
......@@ -1233,8 +1235,9 @@ TP_COMPILER_WARNINGS([WARNING_CFLAGS],
dnl Override with --enable-Werror or --disable-Werror
[test x$dbus_win != xyes -a x$dbus_cygwin != xyes -a x$USE_MAINTAINER_MODE = xyes],
dnl enable these warnings if possible:
dnl Enable these warnings if possible:
[all \
extra \
char-subscripts \
missing-declarations \
missing-prototypes \
......@@ -1246,12 +1249,25 @@ TP_COMPILER_WARNINGS([WARNING_CFLAGS],
declaration-after-statement \
dnl disable these warnings if possible, make them non-fatal if possible,
dnl and don't enable -Werror unless we succeeded:
dnl (unused is by design, sign-compare and pointer-sign are fd.o #17433)
[unused \
dnl Disable these warnings if possible, make them non-fatal if possible,
dnl and don't enable -Werror unless we succeeded.
dnl Intentional:
dnl - $DISABLE_UNUSED_WARNINGS disables unused-label warnings if not
dnl checking or not asserting
dnl - missing field initializers being 0 is a C feature, not a bug
dnl - unused-parameter is to make writing callbacks less annoying
dnl To be fixed one day:
dnl - sign-compare and pointer-sign are workarounds for fd.o #17433
dnl - type-limits is probably a bug too, but having the rest of -Wextra
dnl is better than nothing
missing-field-initializers \
unused-parameter \
sign-compare \
pointer-sign \
type-limits \
if test "x$GCC" = "xyes"; then
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