marcingu added inline comments.


> dfaure wrote in thumbnail.cpp:776
> -1 isn't exactly a great value for an unsigned int :-)
> Or rather, it's not great enough (in the "greater than" sense) :-)
> But yeah, 0xFFFFFFFF is a good "not set yet" value for a dev_t, to be safe 
> against the possibility of 0.

"-1 isn't exactly a great value for an unsigned int :-)"

I believe "-1" guaranties unsigned to be set to its maximum value, due to how 
type conversion works, but I could be wrong.

Do you know if size of dev_st is fixed or depends on architecture? I'd like to 
define const rather than use literals for checks, but I don't know if I can 
simply define it as 0xFFFFFFFF or if it's more complicated.

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