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Re: CVS commit: src/usr.bin/make
In article <20130126205325.GD28257%snowdrop.l8s.co.uk@localhost>,
David Laight <david%l8s.co.uk@localhost> wrote:
>I'd have been tempted to do:
>int stupid_glibc_wont_let_us_ignore_the_result_of_write(int fd, const
>void *buf, size_t len)
> return write(fd, buf, len);
It is the linux headers :-)
>I'm not sure, but I think that read/write can only return EAGAIN if they
>are blocking, have transferred no data, and take a signal that is
The other way around O_NONBLOCK reads and writes can return EAGAIN on
>If they have transferred some data they they have to return a partial count.
But if they are empty(read) or full(write) and non-blocking they have to
return EAGAIN (or the old EWOULDBLOCK).
>So if you care about the result you have to do far more than loop
>for EAGAIN - adding such a loop is a bogus fix.
If they are non blocking it is correct; if they are blocking it is a noop.
>Not much point writing an error is you'vejust failed to write to stderr!
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