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From "Mathihalli, Madhusudan" <mad...@hp.com>
Subject Regarding parse_byterange()
Date Thu, 29 Apr 2004 00:03:14 GMT
Hello,
	On my HP-UX 11i box (64-bit os), if I build a 32-bit app (default), the apr_off_t is a 4-byte
entity and apr_int64_t is a 8-byte entity. I'm sure more than one person has experienced something
similar.

	This is the part that I don't understand : In http_protocol.c: parse_byterange(), the return
value of apr_atoi64 is being assigned to apr_off_t - what's the point of doing something like
that ? Can I change range_start and range_end to apr_int64_t ?

-Madhu

	

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