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Re: Filestreams (and 64bit inodes)

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Subject: Re: Filestreams (and 64bit inodes)
From: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 22:45:12 -0500
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Mark Goodwin wrote:

> struct dirent has an embedded ino_t too, so for completeness we should also
> be looking for readdir(), readdir64(), getdirentries(), 
> getdirentries64(), etc.


>>> I'm going to see if I can't leverage Fedora to clean some of this up.
>>> -Eric
>> Good luck with that.
> Yes good luck :)
> (and the plan for statically linked apps? ...)

I plan to encourage fedora to keep discouraging them ;)


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