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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2007 02:37:46 GMT
What's your sizeof(int)?

If int is the sizeof off_t at 64 bits this would explain allot.

But AFAIK, int on win32 always is never 32 bits, being a 64LP platform.

Dzonatas wrote:
> That is an interesting note.
> My config.log reports:
> ac_cv_sizeof_off_t=8
> apr_cv_use_lfs64=yes
> aprlfs='0'
> Do also note that I run a modern paravirtualized OS of Linux and
> Microsoft. My cross-compilations happen on Linux, which was compiled by
> MinGW. The two OSs cooperate nicely for their share of a processor. I'm
> not biased. =)
> I'll see if I can find the right bit to hack... I mean... configure.
> Thank you.
> William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
>> It's sort of an academic question, since the crux of the problem is that
>> the Win32 API supports large files in all situations, and any additional
>> layer (e.g. MinGW) which doesn't use the Win32 API, or doesn't provide
>> APR_HAS_LARGE_FILES, is fundementally broken as a compilation to this
>> modern operating system ;-)

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