ross-config always sets -g and and -Wall in CFLAGS
The CODES repos rely on ross-config to provide CFLAGS necessary to compile models that are compatible with the ross installation. These cflags seem to always included -g and -Wall regardless of how ross itself was built.
Ideally these debugging and optimization flags should be left out of ross-config entirely and left up to the project that depends on it, rather than adding possibly conflicting options.
Workaround is to hand edit ross-config after installation to remove unwanted options.