#16 Large (>2GB) file support

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2006-05-04
2006-04-21
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I've wanted to serve up files bigger than 2 GB since I
first started using upnp as I have a lot of ISO images
I'd like to stream.

These patches make that possible. Bon appetite.

Discussion

  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-04-21

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    Patches attached

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-04-21

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    Full patches attached. Note that this includes some of the
    changes currently in CVS post the 1.3.1 release.

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-04-22

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    Hmm. Not quite working yet as it turns out. The web
    interface is okay but CDS bombs. Will post an update soon.

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-04-23

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    Applied fixes to SOAP interface so browsing works correctly.

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-04-23

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    Found a few more smaller 'types' that needed to be increased.

     
  • Rémi Turboult

    Rémi Turboult - 2006-04-24
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    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-05-04

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    I have revised the patch to cleanup some redundancy and add
    further checking and enforcement of largefile support. As
    this is a change to the library interface I also incremented
    the library counter.

    In my opinion the option to disable largefile support should
    be removed as the standard specifies that files may exceed
    32 bits and I see no logical reason to keep this limitation.

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-05-04

    Patches for 64 bit file support

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2006-05-04
    • priority: 5 --> 7
     

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