On 05/28/10 17:44, Gleb Natapov wrote:
On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 05:24:47PM +0200, Jes Sorensen wrote:
I guess the Socket Designation in particular might have been done for a reason?
It was part of commit cf2affa6de. And was a result of moving to snprintf() instead of direct string manipulation. Before that string was created like that: memcpy((char *)start, "CPU " "\0" "" "\0" "", 7); ((char *)start) = cpu_number + '0'; Which start to produce strange cpu numbers for cpus greater then 9. I doubt we want to go back to that ;)
I see. Well I guess we could do something slightly more compatible by printing along the lines:
printf("CPU:"); if (nr < 10) printf(" "); snprintf()
Not sure if it is worth it, but it should be doable without reverting to memcpy().