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              #include <allegro5/allegro.h>

              typedef struct ALLEGRO_FILE_INTERFACE


       A structure containing function pointers to handle a type of "file", real or virtual.  See
       the full discussion in al_set_new_file_interface(3alleg5).

       The fields are:

              void*         (*fi_fopen)(const char *path, const char *mode);
              bool          (*fi_fclose)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              size_t        (*fi_fread)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f, void *ptr, size_t size);
              size_t        (*fi_fwrite)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f, const void *ptr, size_t size);
              bool          (*fi_fflush)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              int64_t       (*fi_ftell)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              bool          (*fi_fseek)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f, int64_t offset, int whence);
              bool          (*fi_feof)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              int           (*fi_ferror)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              const char *  (*fi_ferrmsg)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              void          (*fi_fclearerr)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);
              int           (*fi_fungetc)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f, int c);
              off_t         (*fi_fsize)(ALLEGRO_FILE *f);

       The fi_open function must allocate memory for whatever userdata structure it  needs.   The
       pointer  to  that  memory must be returned; it will then be associated with the file.  The
       other functions can access that data by calling al_get_file_userdata(3alleg5) on the  file
       handle.  If fi_open returns NULL then al_fopen(3alleg5) will also return NULL.

       The  fi_fclose  function  must  clean  up and free the userdata, but Allegro will free the
       ALLEGRO_FILE(3alleg5) handle.

       If fi_fungetc is NULL, then Allegro's default implementation of a 16 char long buffer will
       be used.