On Fri, 2004-09-24 at 20:31, Oliver Jowett wrote:
> pid_t on the Solaris/sparc system is a long (but both int and long are 
> 32 bits). Some experimentation shows that gcc is happy with a %ld format 
> specifier. But compiling the same code on a Linux/x86 system makes gcc 
> complain when applying %ld to pid_t, so we will need a cast there either 
> way.

I guess it would be safest to use %ld and cast pid_t to long. Of course,
this seems a little paranoid -- is there actually a system with
sizeof(pid_t) != 4?


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