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SubjectRe: div64.h:do_div() bug
On Mon, Sep 29, 2003 at 03:25:19PM +0200, Artur Klauser wrote:
> I've found that a bug in asm-arm/div64.h:do_div() is preventing correct
> conversion of timestamps in smbfs (and probably ntfs as well) from NT to

Nope.

> if (in.n64 != out.n64) {
> printf("FAILURE: asm/div64.h:do_div() is broken for 64-bit dividends\n");

do_div should be/is documented as not doing 64 bit dividents. It does
64/32 -> 32 divides, IIRC...

Roger.

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of times that SWEN bites... :-)

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