Tue Jun 4 12:17:20 MDT 2013
it looks like if I use _FILE_OFFSET_BITS 64 that would do the trick.
I'm going to try some stuff. I'll "report" back when I get any results.
Thanks for the input all. :)
On 19 Nov 2000, at 21:44, Aaron Crane wrote:
> "G. Mall=E9n" <mallen at chispa.com.mx> writes:
> > The 2 GB limit comes from the fact that C uses a long integer (signed)=
> > store the position of the file where you are reading/writing. This is
> > obvious in the fseek and fpos man page:
> > SYNOPSIS
> > #include <stdio.h>
> > int fseek( FILE *stream, long offset, int whence);
> > long ftell( FILE *stream);
> When compiling, if you
> #define _XOPEN_SOURCE 500
> before including any system headers, then you get the additional functio=
> int fseeko(FILE *stream, off_t offset, int whence);
> off_t ftello(FILE *stream);
> If you also define
> #define _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
> then you get
> int fseeko64(FILE *stream, off64_t offset, int whence);
> off64_t ftello64(FILE *stream);
> Alternatively, defining
> #define _FILE_OFFSET_BITS 64
> makes off_t (as used in fseeko() and ftello() and several other function=
> 64-bit type. Note that all this relates only to libc and compilation
> support; you also need a kernel and filesystem that handle large files.
> By the way, this sort of thing was discussed here about three weeks ago.
> You might find some additional information if you search the archive for
> messages with the subject "FW: HELP!".
> Aaron Crane <aaron.crane at pobox.com> <URL:http://pobox.com/~aaronc/>
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