[Libreoffice] Mi first very little patch
castarco at gmail.com
Mon Sep 12 13:45:31 PDT 2011
@Lionel , What is the QuadPart member of the structure? The high part? the
low part? or another thing?
Thanks in advance :) .
2011/9/12 Lionel Elie Mamane <lionel at mamane.lu>
> On Sun, Sep 11, 2011 at 10:04:52PM +0200, CaStarCo wrote:
> > I've created a second (very little too) patch to reduce the scope of a
> > variable.
> > --- a/sal/osl/w32/file_dirvol.cxx
> > +++ b/sal/osl/w32/file_dirvol.cxx
> > @@ -60,7 +60,6 @@ extern "C" BOOL TimeValueToFileTime(const TimeValue
> *cpTimeVal, FILETIME *pFTime
> Thank you for your contribution to LibreOffice, it is most
> welcome. Looking at that function in that file, it needs a more
> thorough cleanup, and maybe other functions in that file and/or in
> other files in the same directory; see
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms724284%28v=VS.85%29.aspx, in
> It is not recommended that you add and subtract values from the
> FILETIME structure to obtain relative times. Instead, you should copy
> the low- and high-order parts of the file time to a ULARGE_INTEGER
> structure, perform 64-bit arithmetic on the QuadPart member, and copy
> the LowPart and HighPart members into the FILETIME structure.
> Do not cast a pointer to a FILETIME structure to either a
> ULARGE_INTEGER* or __int64* value because it can cause alignment
> faults on 64-bit Windows.
> It would be best to look at every place that FILETIME is used in that
> Just in case you want to volunteer for that cleanup :)
> When you send a patch, could you please confirm the patch is licensed
> under MPL1.1/LGPLv3+? To make things easier, you can do a one-time
> blanket "all my patches" thing if you wish, sort of common to do that.
> Best Regards,
- Per la llibertat del coneixement -
- Per la llibertat de la ment... -
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