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* Declaring a function to be of wprintf style
@ 2022-09-22 16:24 Lee Shallis
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From: Lee Shallis @ 2022-09-22 16:24 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I attempted this:

#ifdef __GNUC__
    __attribute__((format (printf, ARGS_POS, VA_POS)))
    __attribute__((format (wprintf, ARGS_POS, VA_POS)))

#ifdef _DEBUG

But gcc gave this "error: ‘wprintf’ is an unrecognized format function
type", I also tried just printf but then it complained the args
parameter was not of char const *

Is there anyway to declare it to be of that style and if so is there a
way to extend what it checks for as I have some custom modifiers for
the string types & and some extra specifiers, 3 of which can change
what is expected to be found in the args, namely what options are
sought out, what modifiers are sought out and what specifiers are
sought out, I would greatly appreciate being able to get my arguments
checked for type mis-matches in the default scenarios during compile

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