libstdc++: Workaround buggy printf on Solaris in to_chars/float128_c++23.cc test [PR107815]
As mentioned in the PR, Solaris apparently can handle right
printf ("%.0Lf\n", 1e+202L * __DBL_MAX__);
which prints 511 chars long number, but can't handle
printf ("%.0Lf\n", 1e+203L * __DBL_MAX__);
printf ("%.0Lf\n", __LDBL_MAX__);
properly, instead of printing 512 chars long number for the former and
4933 chars long number for the second, it handles them as
if user asked for "%.0Le\n" in those cases.
The following patch disables the single problematic value that fails
in the test, and also fixes commented out debugging printouts.
2022-11-24 Jakub Jelinek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* testsuite/20_util/to_chars/float128_c++23.cc (test): Disable
__FLT128_MAX__ test on Solaris. Fix up commented out debugging
1 file changed