In message <20081106185512.GA33153@freebsd.org>, Roman Divacky writes:
>hi
>
>I tried to compile world in C99 (in fact gnu99) gcc mode. It
>compiles correctly with two trivial exceptions (in sendmail
>and opensolaris) which are going to get fixed soon.
>
>So, what is your opinion on turning C99 (gnu99) on default in
>-current to exposure it to some testing. can you see some drawbacks?


I think it is a good idea to avoid regressions.

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