[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] OpenEXR decoder rev-3
Wed Jul 1 23:24:54 CEST 2009
On Wed, Jul 01, 2009 at 11:00:14PM +0200, Jimmy Christensen wrote:
> It's stated in the documentation for the fileformat :
> The line offset table allows random access to scan line blocks. The
> table is a sequence of scan line offsets, with one offset per scan line
> block. A scan line offset, of type unsigned long, indicates the
> distance, in bytes, between the start of the file and the start of the
> scan line block. In the table, scan line offsets are ordered according
> to increasing scan line y coordinates.
> I would suspect that the idea perhaps is that on 64-bit systems it can
> use the full range, but not on 32-bit systems.
unsigned long is also 32 bit on 64 bit Windows systems.
Either the documentation does not use the C meaning of that (what else?),
the part you quoted lacks context, or the documentation is just braindead.
Since you're probably not going to work with asm code, just remember the
simple rule: if you are using "long" you are doing something wrong.
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