> I compiled Sundays snapshot in preparation of a SVR4/SINIX Readme. A
> couple of the problems, which I saw, have already been addressed by
> the recent UnixWare patch.
> Admittedly my operating system platform is somewhat old, however I
> would think, that there are more os versions out there, which don't
> have a 'long long' data type.
> In particular my compiler didn't like the following line in
> /* IRIX doesn't do 'long long' in va_arg(), so use a typedef */
> typedef long long long_long;
> I'm on a simple 32bit architecture with no long long support, so I
> changed 'long long' to 'long' and everything was okay.
I have fixed snprintf.c so it properly works on machines that don't do
'long long'. I used HAVE_LONG_INT_64 defines around the proper areas.
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