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authorGravatarGravatar Vas Crabb <vas@vastheman.com>2019-01-28 03:59:45 +1100
committerGravatarGravatar Vas Crabb <vas@vastheman.com>2019-01-28 03:59:45 +1100
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-rw-r--r--docs/source/initialsetup/compilingmame.rst4
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diff --git a/docs/source/commandline/commandline-all.rst b/docs/source/commandline/commandline-all.rst
index 9ecba9e9bea..d7026de24b9 100644
--- a/docs/source/commandline/commandline-all.rst
+++ b/docs/source/commandline/commandline-all.rst
@@ -2159,12 +2159,13 @@ Debugging Options
**-[no]oslog**
- Output ``error.log`` data to the system diagnostic output, if one is
+ Output ``error.log`` messages to the system diagnostic output, if one is
present.
- On Windows, the ``error.log`` data goes nowhere if no debugger is present.
- On other operating systems, the ``error.log`` data will go to standard
- error output, which typically goes to the console or terminal window.
+ By default messages are sent to the standard error output (this is typically
+ displayed in the terminal or command prompt window, or saved to a system log
+ file). On Windows, if a debugger is attached (e.g. the Visual Studio
+ debugger or WinDbg), messages will be sent to the debugger instead.
The default is OFF (**-nooslog**).
diff --git a/docs/source/initialsetup/compilingmame.rst b/docs/source/initialsetup/compilingmame.rst
index 44af60a91df..1c102f66e63 100644
--- a/docs/source/initialsetup/compilingmame.rst
+++ b/docs/source/initialsetup/compilingmame.rst
@@ -392,8 +392,8 @@ Issues with specific compiler versions
Adding **DEPRECATED=0** to your build options works around this by disabling
deprecation warnings.
* MinGW GCC 7 for Windows i386 produces spurious out-of-bounds access warnings.
- Adding **NOWERROR=1** to your build options works around this by disabling
- deprecation warnings.
+ Adding **NOWERROR=1** to your build options works around this by not treating
+ warnings as errors.
* Initial versions of GNU libstdc++ 6 have a broken ``std::unique_ptr``
implementation. If you encounter errors with ``std::unique_ptr`` you need to
upgrade to a newer version of libstdc++ that fixes the issue.