Problems with printk() function
sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Mon Dec 19 09:58:57 UTC 2011
On 12/19/2011 10:24 AM, Hoover, Victor P CTR NAVAIR, AIR 184.108.40.206 wrote:
> The question really becomes, is it supposed to support precision values.
No, only the width field is supported.
>>> > >
>>> > > b) If the format string does not end with a newline character, no
>> > output is
>>> > > displayed.
>> > This is probably a problem with the program which displays the output.
> I'm not clear on what program you're referring to here. I'm working with
> the MVME162 BSP. Originally it did not have low level support for printk()
> in the BSP; I added it. The function that gets called to handle the output
> accepts and displays a single character at a time. The problem would have
> to be at a higher level than the BSP code to exhibit this behavior.
The printk() outputs the characters one by one. How do you display the character?
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