[PATCH] Suppress a warning about mismatched parameter in format

Daniel Stone daniel at fooishbar.org
Wed Apr 25 10:42:38 PDT 2007

On Wed, Apr 25, 2007 at 11:10:45AM -0500, mcnichol at austin.ibm.com wrote:
> From: Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org>
> >Well, gcc can deal with it, so I guess the only ones left are Sun's
> >compiler (which should), and OpenBSD still use gcc 2.95 for VAX and
> >m68k, but off the top of my head that doesn't support named initialisers
> >anyway.
> >
> >Aside from that, it's only really IBM (Dan Nicholson, though he hasn't
> >been around of late) and SCO (Kean Johnson) that I know of who are still
> >building on the more obscure platforms.
> Sorry I haven't been following this tread very close, until I noticed
> my name (or something close to it) pop up.

Sorry 'bout that.  I've been waking up early lately, it's playing havoc
with my brain. ;)

> Anyway, it looks like the AIX versions of printf and related functions
> in our libc.a do not support %z.  Since these functions are in the
> systems libc.a, it doesn't really matter what compiler is used.

Indeed.  Imagine that someone competent wrote the mail, and your brain
will magically replace 'compiler' with 'C library'.

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