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Introducing recls

Introducing recls

Listing 2: recls types are defined differently.

// from recls_platform_types.h
struct recls_strptrs_t
  char const                    *begin;
  char const                    *end;
struct recls_strptrsptrs_t
  struct recls_strptrs_t const  *begin;
  struct recls_strptrs_t const  *end;
struct recls_fileinfo_t
  recls_uint32_t                attributes;
  struct recls_strptrs_t        path;
#if defined(RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32)
  char                          drive;
#endif /* RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32 */
  struct recls_strptrs_t        directory;
  struct recls_strptrs_t        fileName;
  struct recls_strptrs_t        fileExt;
#if defined(RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32)
  struct recls_strptrs_t        shortFile;
#endif /* RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32 */
  struct recls_strptrsptrs_t    directoryParts;
#if defined(RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32)
  recls_time_t                  creationTime;
#endif /* RECLS_PLATFORM_IS_WIN32 */
  recls_time_t                  modificationTime;
  recls_time_t                  lastAccessTime;
  recls_time_t                  lastStatusChangeTime;
  recls_filesize_t              size;
  recls_byte_t                  data[1];

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