Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
Jim's xstrtol convenience function simplified the use of strtol, but only support the 'int' variant. For the storage drivers I need a similar function that will always be at minimum 64-bit since we may have files > 2 GB even on 32-bit. So this adds a variant of the xstrtol functions which use a long long / unsigned long long type
+1, although I might have called it xstroll / xstroull, but it's not important.
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