Should be easy, but does not work:
The result: f is not 0, but it shows no content either. The value of fsize = 0. What's wrong?
Maybe this is a wrong question. The "myFile" actually was a .ttf fontfile. I saw in the allegro source code that allegro tries to classify files by means of their extension. Maybe a .ttf file is refused because in case of Android there is no handler for it? Anyhow, I tried to do the same with a normal text file and that worked perfectly. Anybody any idea?
I also tried a build-in font:
Same result: the file could be opened, but its size was zero.
Using FILE instead of ALLEGRO_FILE works. I'll submit a bug.