[patch] newlib long long printf for rtems

Fernando RUIZ CASAS (E-mail) fernando.ruiz at ctv.es
Thu Jan 4 09:07:36 UTC 2001

> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Nick Clifton [mailto:nickc at redhat.com]
> Enviado el: jueves, 04 de enero de 2001 2:25
> Para: aaron at frye.com
> CC: binutils at sources.redhat.com; rtems-users at oarcorp.com;
> newlib at sources.redhat.com
> Asunto: Re: [patch] newlib long long printf for rtems
> Hi Aaron,
> : I asked Joel Sherrill about it on the rtems-users list:
> :
> : > is there any reason why newlib doesn't enable long long support in
> : > printf for RTEMS?
> :
> : to which Joel replied:
> :
> : > Very simple, it was overlooked and no one noticed until now. :)
> : >
> : > Submit a patch.
> :
> : so I did.
> Fair enough - I was just asking.  I am not the official maintainer for
> newlib (that would be Jeff Johnston <jjohnstn at redhat.com>) but I ran
> across this same problem for a different toolchain so I was interested
> to know if there were any expected problems.
> : for future reference, should all rtems-specific patches be sent
> : through Joel?
> Sorry I do not know.  My guess would be that having them discussed on
> the rtems-users list would be the right thing to do first, and once
> they are ready submitting them to the appropriate mailing list
> (newlib at sources.redhat.com in this particular case).
> Cheers
> 	Nick

And all the patches when GCC 3.0? (Soon)

Is redhat & gnu thinking in RTEMS?

We are a tree independent from gcc & gnu.

All mistakes from gcc must be sended to gcc but we need now the patch for

Fist submit the ideas & pathches to Joel and discuss them in the list.
At last, Joel publish the patch in repository if this a good idea.

This is my opinion.

Saludos from Spain.

fernando.ruiz at ctv.es
correo at fernando-ruiz.com


In IAR printf sources have a good MACRO


In this concern we can add

LONG_FLOATS included.

With this a tiny,small,compact,normal or extended system can be builded and
everybody will be very happy.

Setting the configuration in  'user.cfg' ready.

./bit makes it automaticaly.

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