Thread: boost.filesystem.fstream, support large files?

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    boost.filesystem.fstream, support large files?

    Do the boost.filesystem.fstream class support large files?

    Thanks in advance!

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    I believe FS's fstream classes simply derive from the std fstreams, and the only thing they add are the constructor and open() overloads that accept paths. So the answer is, it depends on your standard library. (I think MS's library doesn't support large files.)
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    ok, that was annoying.. ;P

    Thanks for you answered CornedBee!

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