[Mono-devel-list] Re: Single and double formatter changes

yoros at wanadoo.es yoros at wanadoo.es
Tue Mar 4 18:06:41 EST 2003

On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 12:53:13PM +0000, Dick Porter wrote:
> The changes you committed yesterday broke nunit:
> Unhandled Exception: System.FormatException: The specified format is invalid
> in <0x0007e> 00 System.DoubleFormatter:NumberToString (string,System.Globalization.NumberFormatInfo,double)
> in <0x00145> 00 NUnit.Core.XmlResultVisitor:visit (NUnit.Core.TestCaseResult)
> in <0x00020> 00 NUnit.Core.TestCaseResult:Accept (NUnit.Core.ResultVisitor)
> in <0x001ec> 00 NUnit.Core.XmlResultVisitor:visit (NUnit.Core.TestSuiteResult)
> in <0x00020> 00 NUnit.Core.TestSuiteResult:Accept (NUnit.Core.ResultVisitor)
> in <0x001ec> 00 NUnit.Core.XmlResultVisitor:visit (NUnit.Core.TestSuiteResult)
> in <0x00020> 00 NUnit.Core.TestSuiteResult:Accept (NUnit.Core.ResultVisitor)
> in <0x000dd> 00 NUnit.Console.ConsoleUi:Execute ()
> in <0x0038b> 00 NUnit.Console.ConsoleUi:Main (string[])
> Reverting the Single.cs, Double.cs and icall.c changes makes it work
> again.
> I've reverted the change in CVS for now, and attached the diff here so
> you can fix it and try again.

I throw that exception because in MS.NET documentation I found this

D or d
This format is supported for integral types only. The number is
converted to a string of decimal digits (0-9), prefixed by a minus sign
if the number is negative. The precision specifier indicates the minimum
number of digits desired in the resulting string. If required, the
number is padded with zeros to its left to produce the number of digits
given by the precision specifier.

I found it in:


What must I do at this point?

Good, now I will change that method for using General formatting in the
"Decimal" cases. I will wait for a few days to commit the changes (Now I
have no time to do anything).



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