Subject: Re: scan_ffs from OpenBSD ported and improved.
To: None <tech-userlevel@NetBSD.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 06/06/2005 23:56:55
>>> In calls to printf(3), explicitly cast the PRIu64 arguments to
>>> uint64_t. Just for portability. Or find someone who guarantees
>>> that daddr_t will always be (and stay) equivalent to uint64_t.
>> I thought PRI* definitions were already portable?
> The only use of PRIu64 is as a format specification for passing a
> uint64_t to the printf family of functions.
> It has nothing to do with other data types, especially not daddr_t.
And, furthermore, casting to uint64_t and using PRIu64 assumes that a
daddr_t will never be bigger than 64 bits. It seems to me you should
be using PRIuMAX and uintmax_t....
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