On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 6:03 PM, Joshua Clayton
> Read and write each 1024 byte buffer, rather than trying to buffer
> the entire content of the file.
> Previous code would crash on all files > 2 Gib, when the offset variable
> became negative (perhaps below the level of perl), resulting in a crash.
> On a 32 bit system, or a system with low memory it might crash before
> reaching 2 GiB due to memory exhaustion.
> Signed-off-by: Joshua Clayton <stillcompil...@gmail.com>
We usually put "Reviewed-by: Name <email>" right below the SoB-line,
rather than in the subject. And then we CC the people who were
involved in the previous round :)
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