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Post is unread #21 Mar 14, 2021 9:59 pm   Last edited Mar 14, 2021 10:03 pm by Zedethar
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This is my new deity:
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Once I realized what it was I removed those d in some of the lines and its fixed! Thanks for helping me guys :) lol (WHY is it putting d's in certain spots I'll never know)

Post is unread #22 Mar 15, 2021 12:07 am   
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Zedethar said:


Once I realized what it was I removed those d in some of the lines and its fixed! Thanks for helping me guys :) lol (WHY is it putting d's in certain spots I'll never know)


Well, curious... why is this %ud and not just %d? Is that even correct? It's not %ud in my dated FUSS derivative, and I'm pretty sure I didn't change it. Perhaps this is the reason you are getting an extraneous 'd' ?

/* return a string for writing a bitvector to a file */
char *print_bitvector( EXT_BV * bits )
{
   static char buf[XBI * 12];
   char *p = buf;
   int x, cnt = 0;

   for( cnt = XBI - 1; cnt > 0; cnt-- )
      if( bits->bits[cnt] )
         break;
   for( x = 0; x <= cnt; x++ )
   {
      snprintf( p, ( XBI * 12 ) - ( p - buf ), "%ud", bits->bits[x] );
      p += strlen( p );
      if( x < cnt )
         *p++ = '&';
   }
   *p = '\0';

   return buf;
}



Post is unread #23 Mar 15, 2021 1:32 pm   
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%ud is the specifier for an unsigned integer. Chances are that was done long ago to silence compiler warnings about using the wrong signage in various operations.

Post is unread #24 Mar 15, 2021 4:44 pm   Last edited Mar 15, 2021 4:56 pm by GatewaySysop
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Samson said:

%ud is the specifier for an unsigned integer. Chances are that was done long ago to silence compiler warnings about using the wrong signage in various operations.


Only place I could see a lone "d" cropping into this. Is it possible a compiler bug is behind this and not interpreting %ud properly? Isn't this being compiled on Cygwin in this case?

To wit, here's an old 2018 Gammon post on the exact same issue. Stumbled on this while searching "Cygwin %ud bug" of all things. Again, maybe this is a Cygwin thing if %ud is the correct specifier?

Edit: if you go further down the rabbit hole, we can go full circle back to this very forum:

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Post is unread #25 Mar 15, 2021 6:03 pm   
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It looks like some time in the last 7 years, gcc started only seeing %u as an unsigned int and the %ud modifier doesn't get caught as invalid now.

I changed it on the distribution folder I keep on my linux server and apparently the compiler no longer complains about it being simply %d as it was originally so changing it in the function should stop it from dumping junk into the files. It'll make its way into the next codebase update, whenever that ends up being.

And just for the record, this topic is about 1.9.3, but we updated SmaugFUSS a year ago so new installs shouldn't really be using that anyway.

Post is unread #26 Mar 16, 2021 1:47 am   
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As for 1.9.4 I mentioned at the beginning of this topic that it contained a bug with config automap that breaks all room descriptions, I would love to use it instead but I never could fix it.

Post is unread #27 Mar 16, 2021 8:06 pm   Last edited Mar 16, 2021 8:21 pm by Samson
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Just did some checking, I wouldn't call the room descriptions "broken" but they're certainly not behaving correctly with that pile of extra space in them if the automap is on.

I'm not sure why that would be either since by the time Smaug had this feature my own MUD was already firmly in the hands of our own codebase instead.

The other bugs reported here have been addressed for the next update. Though in the future it would be appreciated if they were posted as separate threads for better tracking.

Post is unread #28 Mar 16, 2021 9:14 pm   Last edited Mar 16, 2021 9:15 pm by Zedethar
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Awesome, I would love to try a new version and I will start a topic for it if I catch any bugs.

I hope the other bug was fixed, I stated it in my 'New to Smaugfuss' topic

Issues within the makefile of 1.9.4 in this line

W_FLAGS = -std=c++1z -Wall -Wshadow -Wformat-security -Wpointer-arith -Wcast-align -Wredundant-decls
I had to remove -std=c++1z this to make the makefile complete all the way through and compile Smaug.exe

Is this a bug with -std=c++1z or is my Cygwin failing because maybe I am missing something?

Post is unread #29 Mar 16, 2021 9:33 pm   
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It's possible Cygwin doesn't like that flag for some reason. I don't know why it wouldn't, but I don't think anyone has really been trying to use Cygwin for anything in years and it hasn't come up before.

Post is unread #30 Mar 19, 2021 8:41 pm   
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Is there a better compiler used besides Cygwin? If so maybe I will try something different to see if I get better results.

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