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Cast time_elapsed to int before calling human_readable_duration

When attempting to build againt EPEL 5, it was noticed that
human_readable_duration expects an int, but time_elapsed is an
integer.  Explicitly static_cast<int>( time_elapsed ) to appease older
compilers.
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1 parent 688bf21 commit 172b1e5cef4cba12de2b3010eb3b21be9c60f9f6 @achernya achernya committed Mar 27, 2013
Showing with 5 additions and 2 deletions.
  1. +5 −2 src/frontend/terminaloverlay.cc
@@ -242,13 +242,16 @@ void NotificationEngine::apply( Framebuffer &fb ) const
return;
} else if ( message.empty() && time_expired ) {
swprintf( tmp, 128, L"mosh: Last %s %s ago.%s", explanation,
- human_readable_duration( time_elapsed, "seconds" ).c_str(),
+ human_readable_duration( static_cast<int>( time_elapsed ),
+ "seconds" ).c_str(),
keystroke_str );
} else if ( (!message.empty()) && (!time_expired) ) {
swprintf( tmp, 128, L"mosh: %ls%s", message.c_str(), keystroke_str );
} else {
swprintf( tmp, 128, L"mosh: %ls (%s without %s.)%s", message.c_str(),
- human_readable_duration( time_elapsed, "s" ).c_str(), explanation, keystroke_str );
+ human_readable_duration( static_cast<int>( time_elapsed ),
+ "s" ).c_str(),
+ explanation, keystroke_str );
}
wstring string_to_draw( tmp );

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