Re: On time64 and Large File Support

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* Arsen Arsenović:

> Evening,
> Adam Sampson <ats@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> If the consensus on this does come down to the definition of new
>> architecture triplets, are there any other changes that should (or
>> could) be made at the same time, beyond time64 and LFS?
> Forwarding a suggestion from Arfrever:
>> Please consider making regoff_t 64-bit, on both 32-bit and 64-bit
>> architectures.
> If an ABI break is inevitable, or a new ABI for the multilib setups,
> this seems like a reasonable thing to include in it from my POV.

Uhm, this seems to be something affecting 64-bit targets, not 32-bit
targets, after the POSIX fix went in?  We have a few more such quirks.
(I understood the question to be about cleanup opportunities for 32-bit


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