Scott Locklin - 2010-07-28

I had a problem using g++ 4.3 with some Lush/C++ libs on my new netbook. Maybe
someone else will encounter the same problem, and find this solution helpful.
When trying to compile my Lush stubs, I got lots of errors like "warning:
depreciated conversion from string constant to 'char*'"
Various function and class references in the generated C code are given as
string constants; presumably, somewhere in the bowels of Lush include files,
they're defined like char* instead of const char*

You can work around with wrapping your C++ compilation with
(let* ((dhc-make-lushflags (concat "-Wno-write-strings" dhc-make-
lushflags)))
(compile-stuff))

Might be of use to somebody. Or you could just upgrade to 2.0.

-Scott