hannu.kotipalo at iki.fi
Wed Nov 13 00:50:56 CST 2002
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Eric Pouech kirjoitti Tiistai 12. Marraskuuta 2002 23:50:
> just a dumb question: shouldn't we better (for synchronous unix reads)
> convert the fd into a FILE* (cache those FILEs for a few streams, or all
> of them ?) and let libc do the buffering on file reading/writing ?
I quess *something* should be done. I was (and still is) a newbie to wine
source, so I solved this (wanted to be able to play wzebra ;-) out this way.
I needed only to change file.c and a few prototypes on smb.h. I wish somebody
(maybe you?) who knows more and has more time could take this job...
I think the main problem is (btw.. for most applications, there is no
problem..) that unix files are opened and closed for every, even small
ReadFile(). Doesn't it flush all buffers?
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