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Id: 1501
Status: new
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Queue: Text-Autoformat

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Severity: Important
Broken in: 1.04
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Subject: line 150; sprintf uses invalid %lf
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Line 150 of Text/Autoformat.pm uses the %lf printf sequence. %l I think only applies to integers. Under perl 5.8.0 this isn't allowed any more: $ perl -e 'printf "%6.2lf\n", 123' %6.2lf $ (Testing against gcc (Debian/Testing GNU/Linux) lf.c:4: warning: use of `l' length character with `f' type character) FWIW, this bug's preventing Template Toolkit is failing tests on 5.8.0.
FWIW, The correct usage is %6.2Lf


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