Maybe instead of using:
va_list myVar = (va_list) otherVar;
you should use the more traditional approach with va_start (see man
va_start). I don't think va_list has a C++ constructor accepting
arguments, neither it has a cast operator (just a C struct in
On Thu, 2001-12-20 at 15:14, Gavin W. Burris aka 86 wrote:
> I recently ran into an issue compiling C++ code with var args.
> I was told that: this "feature" varies from compiler
> to compiler and architecture to architecture. Is there a way to
> compile code that has issues with va_list with GCC on PowerPC?
> The tarball of code can be found at:
> I'm not expecting anyone to fix this for me, but I thought it may be
> an issue someone would like to tackle.
> My error messages follow. Cheers.