|Subject:||RE : Re: openat, failing fchdir|
|Date:||Thu, 23 Dec 2010 18:44:53 +0100|
For cygwin and windows plateform see ntcreatefile that allow to open an handle relativly to another handle
Le 23 déc. 2010 15:52, "Eric Blake" <address@hidden> a écrit :
On 12/23/2010 05:08 AM, Bruno Haible wrote:Unfortunately, it is not possible to pass fds on cygwin; it is not
> Bastien ROUCARIES wrote:
>> If chdir is a problem, why...
possible to implement SCM_RIGHTS on top of what Windows provides. Then
again, cygwin's *at functions don't need replacing, so it's a moot
point. The whole exercise here is how to cater to systems that don't
support native *at correctly.
Indeed; furthermore, mingw has the (in this case, nice) property that
> And on mingw, REPLACE_FCHDIR is 1, which means we assume that we use the
> emulated fchdir, which...
absolute pathnames cannot be larger than about 256 bytes, so there's not
as much risk of the O(n^2) behavior that filename concatenation would
have on other systems with unlimited directory depth.
Eric Blake address@hidden +1-801-349-2682
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