On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 3:11 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:16:58AM +0200, Christian Couder wrote:
>> - changed strtoul() to strtoumax() in the first 2 patches, as
>> suggested by Peff,
>> - changed git_config_ulong() to git_config_int64() and used PRIuMAX
>> and uintmax_t in the last patch, as suggested by Peff,
> Thinking a bit, off_t is actually signed. So maybe PRIdMAX (which we
> don't seem to have compat macros for) would make more sense. I dunno if
> anybody actually cares. This value shouldn't be signed anyway, and
> nobody should be approaching the limits of a 64-bit number anyway (there
> is no point in limiting the incoming pack to the exabyte range).
> So I'm inclined not to worry about it.
Yeah, you previously wrote:
> We seem to use strtoumax() elsewhere, so that's probably a good match
> (technically it can overflow an off_t, but in practice this value comes from
> the admin and they will set something sane).
and I thought that the same would apply to using PRIuMAX and uintmax_t
in this patch.
I can add something along your explanations in the commit message if
it is prefered.
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