[mkgmap-dev] New splitter build for pbf formatFrom Chris66 chris66nrw at gmx.de on Fri Jan 28 12:46:44 GMT 2011
Am 27.01.2011 23:40, schrieb Scott Crosby: >>> The problem is entirely with the pbf reader --- a 32-bit cleanness bug >>> that was only exposed on Windows made the reader erroneously sense >>> end-of-file. >> >> is this a known java Bug? > > Don't know. You could argue that there's a 64-bit cleanliness issue in > the API. InputStream.available() returns 32-bit integer. I see. From the docs: --- InputStream.available : public int available() throws IOException Returns an *estimate* of the number of bytes that can be read (or skipped over) from this input stream without blocking --- So, this seems to be one of the java functions which one should not use... Chris
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