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Re: using _FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 with a non-gcc compiler
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Ulrich Drepper writes:
> Of course it does. Every symbol defined in system headers which is in
> the user namespace (and all these symbols are) must be defined or
> reserved in the standard. Otherwise it's a violation.
Are 'readdir64' and 'getrlimit64' defined or reserved in the standard?
Are 'dirent64' and 'rlimit64' defined or reserved in the standard?