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Re: [Lzip-bug] plzip

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: [Lzip-bug] plzip
Date: Wed, 04 May 2016 20:23:29 +0200
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Tino Lange wrote:
It seems that Hannes Domani has indeed implemented own versions of "pread" and "pwrite" and did some more, but only small patches that were all not incorporated/merged in the plzip codebase afterwards.

I very much appreciate the effort of the users that write those patches, but I do not have any plans to incorporate Windows code in my projects.

Would it be possible to incorporate the pread/pwrite implementations of Hannes Domani into MinGW? This would solve the problem not only for plzip.

Shall I merge Hannes patches with mine, build a new executable for Windows and send you the executables as well as the "consolidated" patch against the recent cross-compile MINGW environment so that you can apply it to the main codebase?

Your executables and consolidated patches are welcome. Thank you. But as I said above, I won't apply the patches to the main codebase. Sorry. (I'll remove the overloading of xinit and xdestroy, though).

BTW: Hannes had also a build.sh in his package that is very helpful.

If you find it helpful, include it in the package. It will probably also help others to build plzip. ;-)

Best regards,

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