-As suggested by Jakub Zawadzki: use sizeof(...) rather than a
numeric constant in various places;
Warning: g_snprintf()'s function signature has an annoying botch in it
- the size argument is a gulong, not a gsize.
Not a problem in the UN*X and Windows ILP32 environment and in the
UN*X LP64 environment, but it causes the Microsoft compiler to
(correctly) warn about a conversion from a 64-bit integer to a 32-bit
integer in the Windows LLP64 environment.
Cast sizeof - or any other size_t value - to (gulong) before passing it
as the length argument to g_snprintf().
Uhm, it's my fault :(
Not at all your fault .... :)
What do you think about creating ws_snprintf() & ws_vsnprintf() macros,
which would care about casting size to (gulong) ?
All: Would the use of macros seem like the right way to go ?
Would they be defined in config.h (maybe under #if [whatever indicates
we're using VC64] ?