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On Friday, September 16, 2011 12:01:43 Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Friday, September 16, 2011 10:06:07 Michał Górny wrote:
> > But doesn't switching mean we're going to hit LFS PITA once again?
> LFS hasnt really been a pain in a long while. but it's something worth
> raising on the x32 lists (which i'll do) since x32 has native 64bit support
> (uint64_t == %rax). so there should be no need to have 32bit interfaces at
> all for read funcs.
actually, this is already done. in my libx32 libc.so.6, the 64bit ver is an
alias to the 32bit ver.
5790: 000cff00 210 FUNC WEAK DEFAULT 11 openat64
6755: 000cff00 210 FUNC WEAK DEFAULT 11 openat
6055: 000d07c0 92 FUNC WEAK DEFAULT 11 creat
6595: 000d07c0 92 FUNC WEAK DEFAULT 11 creat64
so no, there shouldnt be any LFS issues with x32. all file offsets are 64bit.
granted, if code does something like "int x = lseek(fd, 0, SEEK_CUR)", it'll
break. but that's irrelevant to x32 ... that's broken for all 32bit systems.
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