Oh, I misunderstood. Dillo is correct.
On Mon, May 07, 2012 at 10:21:40AM +0200, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> Hi Jan!
> On Mon, May 07, 2012 at 09:54:28AM +0200, Jan WeiÃ wrote:
> > I am using a library call that effectively results in me getting a buffer
> > which contains the data of a zip file. (zip is used as the container format
> > for OpenOffice documents.)
> > In my prototype I just save that data to disk and open it with zip_open().
> > This appears to be a silly and roundabout way of doing things. I could do
> > something weird like this, of course:
> > How to get file descriptor of buffer in memory?
> > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1558772/how-to-get-file-descriptor-of-buffer-in-memory
> > â and then use zip_fdopen(), but I donât like that either.
> > Is there currently a way to do this cleanly?
> Sure! Use zip_source_buffer(). See e.g. in the zip_add() man page.
> There's even a standalone example for that in regress/add_from_buffer.c.
> It's referenced in libzip(3) and all the other zip_source_*() man
> pages AFAICT. Let me know where you looked so I can add it there as
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