2009.05.17 08:51 "Re: [Tiff] Potential problem in libtiff when compiled in MinGW", by Ari Jolma
Bob Friesenhahn kirjoitti:
As I've explained in a GDAL bug report http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/ticket/2649, it is not enough to use WIN32 and _MSC_VER to determine whether to use %I64 instead of %ll as MinGW uses msvcrt.dll but does not define _MSC_VER. This is an issue in several places in libtiff sources (tif_dumpmode.c, tif_luv.c, tif_lzw.c, tif_print.c, tif_read.c, tif_strip.c, and tif_thunder.c).
Have you verified that this is an actual problem? My experience with MinGW builds is that 'long long' works, including in printf type specifications. I am not sure how MinGW accomplishes that but MinGW does provide a thin library which could do transformations if required.
I have not, I'll try to put together a test. In the GDAL case there was a verifiable problem, whose investigation led me to infer that this is generally a problem, but admittably this may be a bit different. I'll be back later.
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