outdated url-library: is XEmacs still the next generation of Emacs?
glynn at gclements.plus.com
Sat Jun 12 09:54:16 EDT 2010
Jerry James wrote:
> > Exactly. And AIUI the underlying kernel calls are different (ie, you
> > can choose at runtime whether you want a large file version or not).
> > Apple at least supports off64_t (or whatever it is) though, so
> > probably there's a standard typedef for this.
> Linux has off_t (same size as int),
off_t is an alias for long, not int. off_t is only the same size as
int if long is the same size as int, i.e. on 32-bit systems (or on
ILP64 systems, which aren't particularly common).
Glynn Clements <glynn at gclements.plus.com>
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