2018-04-30 17:12:36 UTC
is scheduled for release next week; see attached. This is because Fedora
28 uses GCC 8.0.1, and when --enable-gcc-warnings is used (which is the
default in a build from Git), GCC 8 issues some warnings that GCC 7 does
not. I've patched the master to fix this problem in commits
8c3215e7a47e3caaa005bf573765ed63e0739b89, and could backport these
patches (or a subset) to emacs-26 if there's interest.
Only one of the warnings indicates a real bug, one in emacsclient that
could cause undefined behavior. On the other hand, if we don't pacify
GCC 8 now we're likely to get bug reports about the warnings for quite
some time, and it might be less work for everybody involved if we squash
the warnings now.