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Re: extended attributes and lsextattr/extattr_list_file
On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 09:06:13AM +0000, Emmanuel Dreyfus wrote:
> It is easy to do the conversion so that our Linux-like listexattr() returns
> NUL-separated strings, while our FreeBSD-like extattr_list_file() returns
> one-byte length prefixed strings. The question is what should our vnode
> interface (VOP_LISTEXTATTR) require? Linux-like format is also used
Are attributes allowed to contain NUL bytes? I can imagine using this for
arbitrary binary data (e.g. just to pick an arbitrary example: raw md5 sums),
so it seems like it would be nice to support that.
If we want to support that, NUL separated strings certainly won't work.
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