I suspect that you removed
-Werrorbecause there were even more reports by the GCC 4.7 compiler?
Scorphame experienced the same issues a few days ago, and I believe we walked through all the warnings (treated as errors) as well: http://www.cafu.de/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5287#p5287
The first who sends me a complete patch that works with leaving
-Werrorin gets a huge thanks from me and the patch applied to the official repository immediately.
envCommon['ENV']['TERM'] = os.environ['TERM']
Thanks to you and Scorphame for the work, patch is applied!sycoso wrote:Yes; thanks for pointing out the other thread. I attached the patch that worked for me!
Cookies??Btw: YAY, COOKIES
Well... this breaks the Windows build.envCommon['ENV']['TERM'] = os.environ['TERM']
This could of course be fixed, e.g. with
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if 'TERM' in os.environ: envCommon['ENV']['TERM'] = os.environ['TERM']
I tried this here (under Ubuntu), but with or without this, I see no colors at all.
And when people use colorgcc they get color, too. Well, maybe we should just let people do that on their own when they want colors...
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