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Re: va_arg and netbsd-6 ...
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 03:07:29PM +0200, Hauke Fath wrote:
> At 23:44 Uhr +0200 15.06.2012, Martin Husemann wrote:
> >On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 05:55:52PM +0200, Hauke Fath wrote:
> >> Using %jd, with and without casting the argument to intmax_t, gave me the
> >> same SIGSEV. Using %lld works, but is not backwards compatible. So it'll
> >> probably be a PRItimet format along the lines of what they do for off_t.
> >Huh? You mean something like:
> > time_t t = 0;
> > printf("%jd\n", (intmax_t)t);
> >caused a SIGSEGV?
> Not that simple, unfortunately. The SIGSEV happens in the following call
> [sysutils/radmind command.c:658]
> snet_writef( sn, "%s %s %o %d %d %ld %" PRIofft "d %s\r\n",
> "f", av[ 2 ],
> DEFAULT_MODE, DEFAULT_UID, DEFAULT_GID,
> st.st_mtime, st.st_size, cksum_b64 );
> -- libsnet's snet_writef() does not know %j, and the last %s then ends up
> with the MSW (likely 0) of the 64 bit st_size field.
> So, not NetBSD's fault... except that a "time_t migration guide" might be
WTF can't they just use snprintf or asprintf? This is completely
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