Bug#493225: gcc-4.3: Should warn about format strings similar to "%-20.20s"
Some projects like exif use statements like this for aligning the output:
fprintf (stdout, "%-20.20s", C(CN(exif_tag_get_title_in_ifd (e->tag, ifd))));
and this doesn't work (i.e., the output is misaligned because bytes,
characters and cells are completely different things) in multibyte locales.
IMHO it is a good idea to educate such ignorant upstreams with a new warning
about printf format strings that specify %s and the field width (and possibly
Alexander E. Patrakov
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