Visual C++ does not seem to have snprinft
dj015 at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 18 05:21:44 CDT 2006
--- Segin <segin2005 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jeff L wrote:
> > When compiling dlls/gdi/tests/metafile.c on line
> 1357 I get a warning
> > C4013: "snprintf" is undefined. Looking around,
> it seems that snprinft
> > is in fact _snprintf in Visual C++. I have
> found a define
> > #if !defined(HAVE_SNPRINTF) &&
> > #define snprintf _snprintf
> > #endif
> > in wine/port.h but it requires config.h and they
> don't appear in my
> > Visual C++ system. What is the best way to
> address this problem? It
> > seems to be fairly common but I have not found an
> example in a test.
> > Jeff Latimer
> `config.h' is a header that is automatically
> generated by the Bourne
> shell script `configure' at the top of the source
> directory. You will
> need to use a Bourne-compatable shell to run it
> (There's a port of Bash
> to Windows), and you will probably need to mess
> around with it to get it
> to work right, but make sure you use the 'export'
> command to export CC
> to cl.exe, MAKE to nmake.exe, and LD to link.exe
> Also set your PATH.
> If all goes well, you've done something that I
> myself haven't done but
> know how to do (which seems odd, but after a while,
> you get used to how
> the Bourne shell works)
> You're probably going to need a whole lot of UNIX
> utilities ported to
> Windows like sed, grep, and awk for configure to
> work, though...
get msys from www.mingw.org, it has a Windows bash and
a number of utilities.
> The real problem with C++ for kernel modules is: the
> language just sucks.
-- Linus Torvalds
And instead of sticking to ANSI C, the Linux kernel
uses all sorts of GCC-specific extensions. Apparently
C isn't good enough either.
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