Bug with sentinel attribute in clang

The attached code, compiled with
   clang -Wall varfunc.c
creates the warning
varfunc.c:27:30: warning: missing sentinel in function call
   printf ("%d\n", add_em_up (3, 5, 5, 6, (int *) 0));
varfunc.c:8:1: note: function has been explicitly marked sentinel here
add_em_up (int count,...)

Replacing "(int *) 0" by "(void *) 0" or "NULL" solves the problem. However,
the gcc documentation at
   Function Attributes (Using the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC))
stipulates that
   A valid NULL in this context is defined as zero with any pointer type. If your system defines the NULL macro with an integer type then you need to add an explicit cast. GCC replaces stddef.h with a copy that redefines NULL appropriately.

Indeed, gcc compiles the attached code without problem. So this looks like
a bug in clang.

Output of "clang --version":
clang version 1.1 (Debian 2.7-3)
Target: i386-pc-linux-gnu
Thread model: posix


PS: I would have filed a bug, were it not for the need of creating an account.

varfunc.c (528 Bytes)

The version of clang you're using is relatively ancient; your testcase
works fine on trunk.


Okay, sorry for the disturbance then.