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Author martin.panter
Recipients Thomas Güttler, ethan.furman, guettli, lars.gustaebel, martin.panter
Date 2015-05-28.08:20:06
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If you are already seeking in the file, can’t you seek to the end to determine the length of the file, and then use that to verify if a data segment is truncated? And if you can’t seek, I guess you have to read all the bytes anyway.

I guess Ethan’s test was an instance of case #4 (EOF directly after data block).
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