kaustubh.gadkari at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 16:51:40 CEST 2009
> size_t uDataSize = sData.size();
> else if (-1 == (lRet = gpgme_data_write(tData, sData.c_str(), uDataSize))
> || uDataSize != (size_t) lRet
> || 0 != (lRet = gpgme_data_seek(tData, 0, SEEK_SET)))
> What is the size of your off_t? Did you really follow the instructions
> in the "Largefile Support (LFS)" section of the manual?
off_t is 4 bytes, although I am not sure how that could be a problem,
since the error I get does not occur on the line where off_t is used.
I've tried this program out on other Ubuntu, FreeBSD and MacOS X
boxes, and it runs correctly on all of them, if that helps narrow down
> For better readability I strongly suggest not to use long else-if chains
> but return or goto statements. Given that the English language is
> written left to right, it is also better to follow this practise and
> avoid the ill advised method of always writing constants in a comparison
> on the left.
> Die Gedanken sind frei. Auschnahme regelt ein Bundeschgesetz.
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