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Re: snprintfv for gnulib?

From: Bruce Korb
Subject: Re: snprintfv for gnulib?
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 14:03:05 -0800

I'd suggest leaving off the gnulib list during the porting phase, unless someone
not involved with snprintfv on that list says they want to follow the minutia of
this port.  Seems like it would be mostly be noise to the full list.  To me.

On 2/22/07, Paolo Bonzini <address@hidden> wrote:

Does it seem sane?

Seems sane to me.  :)  Thanks! - Bruce

RE: the "||" vs. "&&" thing, I *fuzzily* remember it having to do with
some variation on:

"%1$d -- %2$s\n"
"%2$s -- %1$d\n"

maybe requiring some width specifiers, too.  It has been a few years.
A long time.  Somehow, you wound up using uninitialized stack data
that only occasionally caused a seg fault.  So, you mostly won't notice.

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