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Re: [Patch] Fix libstdc++/11378 (take2) + xsputn optmizations
Paolo Carlini <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Andreas Jaeger wrote:
>>I would not use int64_t - let's use the libc types directly like
>>fpos64_t and off64_t - and then using fsetpos64/fseeko64.
> However, Andreas, please correct me as soon as possible if I'm wrong,
> mixing fseek and read and write (vs fread, fwrite) is not possible. We
You can only do this if you take care to sync streams and file
descriptors with e.g. fclean on GNU systems.
> want non blocking read and write as our low level I/O primitives. Do
> you expect troubles with lseek64?
You can use lseek64 and off64_t, there should be no problem (if lseek
is part of the C library).
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