[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Replace all %t print prefixes with macros
jamrial at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 00:33:52 CEST 2012
On 21/08/12 4:31 AM, Nicolas George wrote:
> Le quintidi 5 fructidor, an CCXX, jamal a écrit :
>> Some C libraries don't support the %t lenght specifier, resulting in print functions
>> outputting said string literally and ignoring the argument
> Can you be a little bit more specific in placing the blame?
The one i know about is Windows (msvcrt.dll). No idea if there are others.
>> - av_log(NULL, AV_LOG_DEBUG, "subtitle_packet size=%td\n", q - outbuf);
>> + av_log(NULL, AV_LOG_DEBUG, "subtitle_packet size=%" PRIdPTR "\n", q - outbuf);
> Note that %td is for ptrdiff_t while PRIdPTR is for intptr_t; there is no
> guarantee that they are the same type. In segmented architectures, I guess
> ptrdiff_t would be the size of a near pointer while intptr_t would be the
> size of a far pointer.
> It probably does not change anything on supported architectures, though, but
> I am not completely sure about that.
At least on Windows and Linux (x86 and x86_64) PRIdPTR seems to work. But if it really is not an option, maybe use some custom macros? Defined in a new header like libavutil/inttypes.h which would include the system inttypes.h, and which could for example be included wherever is needed in place of the later.
As things are now, at least on Windows builds quite a few log messages are outputting %td, %ti, and %zu instead of a numeric value, so we should find a way to solve this.
On Windows, %I replaces both %t and %z, so maybe something like:
#define AV_PRIdT "Id"
#define AV_PRIiT "Ii"
#define AV_PRIuZ "Iu"
#define AV_PRIdT "td"
#define AV_PRIiT "ti"
#define AV_PRIuZ "zu"
Then replacing each %t and %z with these macros.
What do you think?
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