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That depends on what you mean by "all the compiler warnings." The C++ standard
doesn't mandate that diagnostic messages have to even be meaningful. Beyond
what the standard says must produce a warning, a compiler is free to warn about
whatever it wants. There's no reason to expect GCC and VC++ to warn about the
same things. Now, if there's a standard diagnostic that isn't showing up, you
can check the GCC manual to see how to turn it on.
Hope this clarifies things a little.
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