Re: Definition of off64_t
- From: Andrew Reilly <andrew-newspost@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 1 Oct 2008 05:00:00 GMT
On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 20:40:54 -0500, Steven G. Kargl wrote:
TC <C.discussions@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
I am trying to port an application written on Linux to FreeBSD. During
compile, I am getting an error saying that off64_t is not defined.
Which header file do I need to include to get the definition for
off64_t isn't defined on FreeBSD in a header supplied by the system.
You'll need to look at the definition on linux and find the appropriate
value in stdint.h
It's almost certainly off_t (aka long long or perhaps unsigned long long
in c99). To the OP: FreeBSD doesn't have off64_t because off_t et al are
64 bits, even on 32-bit systems, and have been ever since the net4.4
release from UCB (at least). Consequently, there isn't a separate set of
interfaces for 32-bit and 64-bit files or file systems, they're all 64-
On the flip-side, if the OP doesn't want to fix the code, I suppose that
he could compile it as linux, under linux emulation...
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