GNC error/warning dialogs
19 Apr 2002 14:17:45 -0700
On Fri, 2002-04-19 at 13:41, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Sounds good to me. Centralizing duplicated code is, IMHO, a good
> thing. Also, you can probably test whether a message is invariant by
> checking if there are any arguments. If there are no arguments, then
> you wouldn't need to do anything special.
I can either scan the format string for the '%' character (ugh), or see
if I can extract any information from varargs. I don't see how to do
the latter, and the former is probably just as much work as simply
copying the string in the first place.
> As far as changing the argument order, I have no problem with that,
> personally, provided you do a global search-and-replace and fix all
> occurances ;)
Just call me Mr. GSR. :-) It wouldn't work any other way unless I came
up with all new function names. I'd have compiler errors galore.
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