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Re: 1.5.1: lseek64 woes (was Re: 1.5.1: unzip problems with binary files in archive)

On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 11:41:43PM -0700, David Rothenberger wrote:
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>Charles Wilson writes:
> > Christopher Faylor wrote:
> > 
> > >>>>I'm getting a strange error from unzip when trying to extract an
> > >>>>archive that contains binary files.  Everything works fine if the
> > >>>>archive contains just text files.
> > >>>
> > >>>Can't duplicate it.  Sorry.
> > >>
> > I --can-- duplicate it.  But I don't know why it happens; I'll have to 
> > debug it...but not until after I update to 1.5.1.  FWIW, zip does use 
> > fdopen().
>I've done some debugging and I have a STC.  I have no idea why it
>fails, and why Chris doesn't see it, but here's the info.
>The STC is composed of the two attached files: works.c and fails.c.
>Both files essentially do
>     int fd = open("works.c", 0);
>     lseek(fd, 1, 0);
>but works.c does this directly in main(), while fails.c does this in
>unzip() called from main().  As you can guess, lseek() returns -1 in
>fails.c and 1 in works.c.

And here's why "fails.c" fails:

--- lseek-fails.c~	2003-07-29 11:43:29.428769079 -0400
+++ lseek-fails.c	2003-07-29 11:46:01.911652780 -0400
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
 #include <stdio.h>
+#include <unistd.h>
 void unzip()

You need to include the prototype for lseek.


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