Am 30.04.2012 16:33, schrieb Michael Roth:
> Currently string-output-visitor formats floats as %g, which is nice in
> that trailing 0's are automatically truncated, but otherwise this causes
> some issues:
> - it uses 6 significant figures instead of 6 decimal places, which
> means something like 155777.5 (which even has an exact floating point
> representation) will be rounded to 155778 when converted to a string.
> - output will be presented in scientific notation when the normalized
> form requires a 10^x multiplier. Not a huge deal, but arguably less
> readable for command-line arguments.
> - due to using scientific notation for numbers requiring more than 6
> significant figures, instead of hard-defined decimal places, it
> fails a lot of the test-visitor-serialization unit tests for floats.
> Instead, let's just use %f, which is what the QJSON and the QMP visitors
> Signed-off-by: Michael Roth <mdr...@linux.vnet.ibm.com>
Reviewed-by: Andreas Färber <afaer...@suse.de>
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