1. 07 Apr, 2011 3 commits
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      error: Print 32- and 64-bit integers portably (Bug#8435). · 5fdb398c
      Paul Eggert authored
      Without this change, on typical 64-bit hosts error ("...%d...", N)
      was used to print both 32- and 64-bit integers N, which relied on
      undefined behavior.
      * lisp.h, src/m/amdx86-64.h, src/m/ia64.h, src/m/ibms390x.h (pEd):
      New macro.
      * lisp.h (error, verror): Mark as printf-like functions.
      * eval.c (verror): Use vsnprintf, not doprnt, to do the real work.
      Report overflow in size calculations when allocating printf buffer.
      Do not truncate output string at its first null byte.
      * xdisp.c (vmessage): Use vsnprintf, not doprnt, to do the real work.
      Truncate the output at a character boundary, since vsnprintf does not
      do that.
      * charset.c (check_iso_charset_parameter): Convert internal
      character to string before calling 'error', since %c now has the
      printf meaning.
      * coding.c (Fdecode_sjis_char, Fdecode_big5_char): Avoid int
      overflow when computing char to be passed to 'error'.  Do not
      pass Lisp_Object to 'error'; pass the integer instead.
      * nsfns.m (Fns_do_applescript): Use int, not long, since it's
      formatted with plain %d.
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