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2000.04.28 13:17 "Opening from fd", by Arnar Mar Hrafnkelsson
2000.04.28 14:25 "Re: Opening from fd", by Frank Warmerdam
2000.04.28 14:33 "Re: Opening from fd", by Dirk Haun

2000.04.28 14:33 "Re: Opening from fd", by Dirk Haun

Arnar,

TIFF* TIFFFdOpen(const int fd, const char* filename, const char* mode)

It's similar for the clientopen function. It's even possible in those cases that no file exists on disk and never has or will. What happens if I just give it some nonexistant filename?

TIFFClientOpen ("blah", ...) works for me, even though a file of that name never exists. I didn't dare using "" or a null pointer...

I would also be interested in hearing why a file name is needed here.

regards,
Dirk

Dirk Haun
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