Apparently GCC doesnt't know about the Microsoft's "%I64" format and therefore
produce annoying warnings like this:
warning: format '%I64d' expects type 'int', but argument 3 has type 'int64_t'
Is there any way to fix this ?
I'm referring to various gcc4 variants of Mingw around the net.
Yes, I know, that officially gcc4 is unsupported, but more and more people
are using gcc4 with Mingw. Pls note that RedHat is including gcc4-based Mingw
cross-compiler in Fedora-11 and already added it to Fedora-10 in a form of an update.
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