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Re: Large File Support

From: Guido Draheim
Subject: Re: Large File Support
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 20:19:27 +0100
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address@hidden wrote:
This is somewhat off topic so feel free to respond privately.

We want to add LFS to our package. I currently do not know what this involves:

I know there's the defines:


but I'm not sure how portable that is.  Our package also gets built on
VMS and Windows (using MSVC) so I don't know how portable that is.

What I'm looking for is some example code that supports LFS, and that is also built in multiple environments that includes Windows using MSCV.

Can anyone point me to some example source code?

Please have a look at my LFS propaganda site at
and feel free to mail me anything that's not clear
after reading it up. My zziplib project has even
gone to the next step of being a dualmode library.

Windows support is not included however since its
compiler headers do not support the posix LFS magic,
so unix libs get compiled in pre-'95 mode always.
It might be interesting to develop a drop-in
header file for projects that would care to do so.

-- guido                        
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