From: groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2002-02-14 19:23:30
Hello Ullrich, Thursday, February 14, 2002, 6:03:26 PM, you wrote: UvB> On Thu, Feb 14, 2002 at 04:54:45PM +0100, groepaz wrote: >> mmmmmh bummer ;( never had a problem with that one (actually using it >> in some of my programs aswell.... args) what'd be the most convinient >> way to add it back to get those tests compile aswell? UvB> Just take it from the source distribution, and compile and link it with your UvB> executable. ok well... i'll add an "util" directory to the testsuite then that may keep such target-dependent stuff. >> UvB> If you use the "-t platform" option, the compiler will do character set >> UvB> translation. >> >> oh i am doing that! however, would it also translate those weird chars >> (underscore etc) aswell? UvB> So what are you actually doing? Oh, wait... The translation tables assume UvB> ISO-8859-1 (or -15 since the additional symbols aren't used). This should work UvB> for Windows but not for DOS. Maybe this is the problem? nope... i am using the windoze-compiled binaries .... win98(first ed.) going to write a testproggy tonite so we can check this :=P but still, IS printf("_"); expected to output an underscore on the c64 and not a left-arrow ? (left-arrow indicates no charset-translation basically ;o)) >> printf("blabla: <some whitespace/spaces here> %d\n",bla); >> >> and the compiler seems to ignore the whitespace! (as in, it doesnt >> print spaces where it should!) UvB> Are you sure your "whitespace" were spaces and not tabs? If you get a tab in UvB> there, the result may look unexpected, especially since the alignment UvB> regarding tab columns is different in the source than in the output. oh yes that was my first thought aswell.... not 100%sure if there arent tabs, BUT... there was NO whitespace in the output at ALL (i could interpret errors caused by different tab-alignment i guess) ... going to re-check that one aswell tonite :o) -- Best regards, groepaz mailto:groepaz_at_gmx.net ---------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list send mail to majordomo_at_musoftware.de with the string "unsubscribe cc65" in the body(!) of the mail.
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