Synchronet now requires the libarchive development package (e.g. libarchive-dev on Debian-based Linux distros, for more info) to build successfully.

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    • deuce's avatar
      Beginnings of a solution to the vararg problem. This problem surfaces on · 1e974066
      deuce authored
      a number of non-x86 archetectures, most notably I64 and Linux/PPC.
      Essentially, the problem is that there is NO way to portably contruct a
      va_list at run-time.  Currently, this is done in (at least) execmisc.cpp
      (and probobly in js_global.c or wherever format() and friends are)
      This provides an alternate method of handling such issues which could
      (potentially) solve the problem as well as add float/double support.
      Comments are encouraged.  This is *NOT* part of the xpdev build and will
      not be until it is tested and the marked ToDo items are dealt with.
      Further, it most likely won't be *USED* in Synchronet until v4, or until
      it recieves heavy testing on a very wide range of platforms and format
      xp_*printf() functions for all the standard *printf() functions should be
      written, including asprintf() and vasprintf() from the GNU C library.
      This will require a new type argument (XP_PRINTF_TYPE_AUTO perhaps) which
      will assume that the passed argument is the correct type.