Add a format warning for "%p" with non-void* args
GCC -pedantic produces a format warning when the "%p" specifier is used with
arguments that are not void*. It's useful for portability to be able to
catch such warnings with clang as well. The warning is off by default in
both gcc and with this patch. This patch enables it either when extensions
are disabled with -pedantic, or with the specific flag -Wformat-pedantic.
The C99 and C11 specs do appear to require arguments corresponding to 'p'
specifiers to be void*: "If any argument is not the correct type for the
corresponding conversion specification, the behavior is undefined."
[18.104.22.168 p9], and of the 'p' format specifier "The argument shall be a
pointer to void." [22.214.171.124 p8]
Both printf and scanf format checking are covered.