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brde at optusnet.com.au
Thu Jun 11 08:26:20 UTC 2009
On Thu, 11 Jun 2009, Ed Schouten wrote:
> * Bruce Evans <brde at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
>> On Wed, 10 Jun 2009, Ed Schouten wrote:
>>> No, it doesn't. printf0 is just printf, but it allows fmt to be NULL.
>> No it isn't. printf is just printf0, except it doesn't allow fmt to
>> be NULL. FreeBSD extended printf to printf0, to support functions like
>> err() where a NULL format is valid.
> Aren't you saying exactly the same thing as what I did?
I don't think so. You said that printf0 is just printf.
>>> Clang always allows this, even with printf.
>> If so, this is a bug in Clang.
> I'm not calling it a bug. I'm calling it a missing feature of a GNU
> extension. For the time being, this solution is sufficient. The clangbsd
> branch isn't yet supposed to be pretty...
I would call printf0 a non-GNU extension. AFAIK Gnu doesn't have it.
There seem to be 2 bugs here in Clang:
- Clang printf != Gnu printf, since Gnu printf doesn't allow null fmt.
Maybe that is a FreeBSD extension too.
- Clang printf0 doesn't exist yet, or is too simple. It is less surprising
for Clang not to have FreeBSD extensions yet.
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