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Messages truncated in warnings file

The current limit for a message length in the messages file is 4095 characters. Most of the time this is more than sufficient, but in case of Fortran and a lot of arguments this might not be sufficient.
With Fortran the "data type" can be quite long as it can also includes words like: double precision, dimension, intent(inout) etc. When we have a lot of arguments and just one is described it also tries to write out the names of the non-described parameter/ arguments with the word parameter prepended resulting in an even longer line.

This patch increases the size of the buffer.
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albert-github committed Jul 30, 2014
1 parent c9d816a commit cc4f3b454cae7d3e9eaa44342bcbae1061f5e790
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  1. +3 −3 src/message.cpp
@@ -152,15 +152,15 @@ static void format_warn(const char *file,int line,const char *text)
static void do_warn(const char *tag, const char *file, int line, const char *prefix, const char *fmt, va_list args)
{
if (!Config_getBool(tag)) return; // warning type disabled
char text[4096];
char text[40960];
int l=0;
if (prefix)
{
strcpy(text,prefix);
l=strlen(prefix);
}
vsnprintf(text+l, 4096-l, fmt, args);
text[4095]='\0';
vsnprintf(text+l, 40960-l, fmt, args);
text[40960-1]='\0';
format_warn(file,line,text);
}

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