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It appears that the available source and 64 bit OS (I am using) is being confirmed as an issue.
I would hope if quint64 was "typedef" it would be in gtypes.h header. It is not there, maybe it is not needed to be "typedef".

I am still not sure why when (quint64) is used it is typecasted as "long long" when the define I found is just "long". I guess I need definition of "long" as used by glib code.


Perhaps I could just try to change the typecast to (unsigned long) but not sure why it would work.

What is really bothersome is that the comments in the header file clearly states "use the macros above " and not the failing function.
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