PATCH: dlls/cabinet/cabextract.c and off_t
gmturner007 at ameritech.net
Fri Dec 27 13:37:04 CST 2002
On Friday 27 December 2002 04:35 am, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> On Thu, 26 Dec 2002, Greg Turner wrote:
> >> If we really want to use off_t in this file (instead of cab_off_t)
> >> we need to #include sys/types.h, or we'll break non-Linux systems.
> > actually I don't think we really want to use off_t. [...]
> > The easy version of the right fix is probably just to rename
> > "cab_off_t" to something less confusing (i.e., cab_file_offset).
> > The fancy fix would be to support huge files, which might be a bit
> > of a project.
> Ah, I see.
> Short to medium term, do you agree with my fix (#include
> <sys/types.h>) so that Wine also builds on non-Linux systems?
Maybe. I don't object, since it should be harmless to add this, but I
seem to be missing the point of why sys/types.h is needed at all.
cab_off_t is just typedef'ed to UINT32, which should compile just fine
with only winnt.h, I think. Is there a particular scenario you are
encountering that fails? If so, what is the compile error?
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