The build outputs corrupt PAK files on Windows. The
Quake engines do their best to load the file and don't
emit clear diagnostics. The result is Quake simply
doesn't run with the PAK files that user's build on
The root cause of the problem is that par.c assumes
that off_t is a four byte value. On my Windows box and
with my version of gcc, off_t is an eight byte value.
I'm using gcc:
gcc (GCC) 3.4.4 (cygming special) (gdc 0.12, using dmd
par.c should be fixed such that.
Every Time (when you have a strange gcc)
Steps to Reproduce:
1) par -c test.pak file1 file2
2) par -l test.pak
The second par command complains that test.pak is corrupt.
The second par command says that test.pak contains
file1 and file2.
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