[Udpcast] patch submit: Use "flprintf()" on every printout on stderr

Julien Aube julien.aube at openwide.fr
Mon Sep 13 11:50:51 CEST 2010


While using udpcast, I found out that it may be very verbose on stderr, even if
a logfile is specified.

This turns out to be a problem for our embedded application where the stderr is
a (slow) serial port.

So here is a patch which replace every occurrence of fprint(sdterr,...) by the
flprintf() function defined in log.c.

I thought it might be of some use for people.

(This patch also happen to cleanup the blank spaces at end of lines)

People in the embedded space don't do prototypes. They hack something until it
works, then it's done.
Always code as if the person who will maintain your code is a maniac serial
killer that knows where you live
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