Bogus error message when encountering 0xffffffff analog
I had to rewrite an enum declaration to make it parseable by cffi:
dAllocateMaskAll = ~0
Assuming the value was unsigned int, I changed ~0 to 0xffffffff, which caused a bogus error message:
File "/home/lritter/devel/duangle/cffi/cffi/api.py", line 315, in verify lib = self.verifier.load_library() File "/home/lritter/devel/duangle/cffi/cffi/verifier.py", line 69, in load_library return self._load_library() File "/home/lritter/devel/duangle/cffi/cffi/verifier.py", line 143, in _load_library return self._vengine.load_library() File "/home/lritter/devel/duangle/cffi/cffi/vengine_cpy.py", line 163, in load_library module._cffi_setup(lst, ffiplatform.VerificationError, library) VerificationError: enum dAllocateODEDataFlags: dAllocateMaskAll has the real value -1, not -1
Changing the value from ~0 to -1 fixed the error. Arigo asked me to file this as a bug, so here you are.