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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 48476] apr_psprintf() does not parse the ll or hh size specifiers
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2010 18:19:39 GMT

--- Comment #9 from Chris Knight <Christopher.D.Knight@nasa.gov> 2010-08-20 14:19:35
EDT ---
Of course 16-byte (128-bit) ints are in our future but a more significant
re-write (adding another IS_* enum, adding code to convert to strin, etc.) will
be needed to add support for such ints.

In the meantime, apr_psprintf is incompatible with the system printf in the
worst, segfault-causing-kind-of way. "The perfect being the enemy of the good."

Note, also that the current code would incorrectly handle 128-byte ints. (%ll
== IS_QUAD == apr_int64_t...)

Of course, if there are 4-byte %ll's or 16-byte %ll's, I'm happy to help write
the code to handle.

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