Thus spake David Schultz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Right. The complaint is that hlen is 64 bits and the printf() > expects the field length specifier to be an int. The same goes > for getbsize(&hlen, ...), so I'm not sure why the compiler didn't > complain about a type mismatch. I guess it just coerced the > pointer to an int *.
Aah, the compiler didn't complain because the getbsize() interface was changed between -CURRENT and -STABLE, and it now takes a 'size_t *' instead of an 'int *' to fill in with the length of the string. (To me, this change seems absolutely ridiculous, because the number in question is seldom greater than 10, much less 2^64.) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message