[Cocci] coccinelle to rescue for "C++11 requires a space between literal and string macro"
Felix.Blyakher at Quantum.Com
Tue Aug 28 23:18:59 CEST 2018
Hello coccinelle experts,
I'm working with the legacy code and with newish gcc 7.3 hit the following warning:
warning: invalid suffix on literal; C++11 requires a space between literal and string macro [-Wliteral-suffix]
#define PADARG64 "0x%016"QUAD"x"
where QUAD is a platform dependent string, thus the macro.
The string concatenation works in C OK for this code, though, gcc rightfully complains
about required space and wants it to be:
#define PADARG64 "0x%016" QUAD "x"
The code like this is sprinkled across huge code base, mostly in printf-like statements,
and some in defines like above to be used in printf-like statements.
I'd like to use coccinelle to change the code globally.
I was trying something like (I know it may have false positive, just need to get something for starter):
+" I "
but spatch complains and doesn't seem is going to do what I need:
@rule starting on line 1@
>>> " I "
warning: rule starting on line 1: metavariable I not used in the - or context code
Any good hint on how to approach this issue.
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