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Re: snprintfv for gnulib?

From: Gary V. Vaughan
Subject: Re: snprintfv for gnulib?
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2007 10:03:35 -0800

Looks like you have a good plan for gnulib integration.  I especially
like splitting out the other datatypes into independently useable

On 23 Feb 2007, at 04:36, Paolo Bonzini wrote:
I will work on gnulib-izing snprintfv first. Are there any particular
platforms you would recommend compiling for?  Otherwise I'll default
to Linux and mingw32.

Yeah, I can help testing it on MacOS.  Thank you very much.

I have access to aix4, aix5, solaris 2.6 through 10 (sparc and x86),
hpux 10.20 through 11.23 (hppa & ia64), irix and osf4 & 5. I'll certainly
help testing on these platforms.  I also want to add snprintfv into
GNU M4, which will use the dynamic loading facilities so I'll be able
to do a lot of integration testing too.

One thing to watch out for is that libtool-1.5.x is only capable of
managing module loading from one library or from binary proper, so
loading libsnprintfv's module loader into a binary that wants to use
libltdl for anything else (like M4 for example) will only work with
CVS libtool.

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