This looks like a great utility - I'd like to use it. I'm using NT, though. Are there any plans to do a Win32 version?
I looked at the code - looks like I need zlib.h to compile. Where did you get that?
I'll look around and try to answer my own questions, too :-)
Never mind, I found zlib.h... I'll start working on this...
Someone tried to get it working on WinNT a couple of weeks ago, and actually got it to compile, but it only barely worked. There appeared to be some problems w/ NT's lseek implimentation. Perhaps we should rip out all the POSIX calls and use the Win API...
OK, I made you a developer, and even assigned a project to you (win32 port obviously)..
At work I have NT 4 (SP 4) and Win2K (RC 2, I think) and Linux. At home I have Win98 & Linux.
Let's see... couple of things to do here for my home computer - install BC++ 5 on the Win32 partition and get an external modem working for the Linux partition.
OK, external modem works on Linux now (or I couldn't be posting this!). Saw fastjar run for the first time, actually - build process was routine - which is nice.
Now, on to actual work!
Good deal! How's it going? Sorry for the delay in responding, but I just moved from Portland, OR to Palo Alto, CA, and just got a new ISP. I start my new job on monday, exciting stuff! =)
How are things going? I've tried to install it on an NT box and I came to the same conclusion (regarding lseek). Is there a reason not to use fseek(3) instead?
Yeah, I wasn't thinking of portability when I wrote fastjar, so used the UNIX system calls to do all the I/O instead of the C library. Silly me. Everything is open, close, read, write instead of fopen, fclose etc..
I'm workin' the startup life these days, so I have no time to do it myself.. fastjar needs a new maintainer..
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