svn commit: r211221 - head/usr.sbin/acpi/acpidump
jhb at FreeBSD.org
Thu Aug 12 15:35:06 UTC 2010
Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
> Takanori Watanabe <takawata at FreeBSD.org> writes:
>> - printf("\tClass %d Base Address 0x%jx Length %llu\n\n",
>> + printf("\tClass %d Base Address 0x%jx Length %" PRIu64 "\n\n",
>> tcpa->platform_class, paddr, len);
> This is just as wrong as the previous attempt.
> 1) platform_class is not an int.
> 2) paddr is not a uintmax_t.
> 3) so far, we've avoided using the PRI macros.
> Slightly better:
> printf("\tClass %u Base Address 0x%jx Length %ju\n\n",
> (unsigned int)tcpa->platform_class, (uintmax_t)paddr, (uintmax_t)len);
> but it would probably be easier to define paddr and len as unsigned long
> long instead of the misspelled u_int64_t, and use %llx and %llu.
Depends. If the table defines a field to be a 64-bit integer, it is
better to use an explicitly-64-bit integer type such as uint64_t rather
than assuming that 'long long' is 64-bit. Other ACPI table definitions
all use fixed-size types like uint32_t and uint64_t since the tables are
defined as fixed-size fields, not as 'long' and 'int'. Using %j with
uintmax_t casts is the solution used for other 64-bit fields in ACPI tables.
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