Enhanced printk() merged
Posted Jul 17, 2008 8:59 UTC (Thu) by meuh
Parent article: Enhanced printk() merged
Strange way to specify format.
According to printf() manual page:
Each conversion specification is introduced by the '%' character
after which the following appear in sequence:
- Zero or more flags
- A conversion specifier character that indicates the type of conversion to be applied.
So, the correct way to specify a struct inode pointer should be %Ip, where I is the flag and p the conversion specifier.
Did kernel developers read userland manual pages ? :)
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