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From f...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: apr/include apr_file_io.h
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2003 19:24:24 GMT
fitz        2003/01/24 11:24:24

  Modified:    include  apr_file_io.h
  Log:
  No code changes.  Augment documentation for apr_file_open_std*.
  Thanks for Ryan Bloom (rbb@rkbloom.net) for the enlightenment.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.136     +30 -0     apr/include/apr_file_io.h
  
  Index: apr_file_io.h
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/apr/include/apr_file_io.h,v
  retrieving revision 1.135
  retrieving revision 1.136
  diff -u -r1.135 -r1.136
  --- apr_file_io.h	1 Jan 2003 00:01:45 -0000	1.135
  +++ apr_file_io.h	24 Jan 2003 19:24:24 -0000	1.136
  @@ -275,6 +275,16 @@
    * @param thefile The apr file to use as stderr.
    * @param cont The pool to allocate the file out of.
    * @ingroup apr_file_open
  + * 
  + * @remark The only reason that the apr_file_open_std* functions exist
  + * is that you may not always have a stderr/out/in on Windows.  This
  + * is generally a problem with newer versions of Windows and services.
  + * 
  + * The other problem is that the C library functions generally work
  + * differently on Windows and Unix.  So, by using apr_file_open_std*
  + * functions, you can get a handle to an APR struct that works with
  + * the APR functions which are supposed to work identically on all
  + * platforms.
    */
   APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_file_open_stderr(apr_file_t **thefile,
                                             apr_pool_t *cont);
  @@ -284,6 +294,16 @@
    * @param thefile The apr file to use as stdout.
    * @param cont The pool to allocate the file out of.
    * @ingroup apr_file_open
  + * 
  + * @remark The only reason that the apr_file_open_std* functions exist
  + * is that you may not always have a stderr/out/in on Windows.  This
  + * is generally a problem with newer versions of Windows and services.
  + * 
  + * The other problem is that the C library functions generally work
  + * differently on Windows and Unix.  So, by using apr_file_open_std*
  + * functions, you can get a handle to an APR struct that works with
  + * the APR functions which are supposed to work identically on all
  + * platforms.
    */
   APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_file_open_stdout(apr_file_t **thefile,
                                             apr_pool_t *cont);
  @@ -293,6 +313,16 @@
    * @param thefile The apr file to use as stdin.
    * @param cont The pool to allocate the file out of.
    * @ingroup apr_file_open
  + * 
  + * @remark The only reason that the apr_file_open_std* functions exist
  + * is that you may not always have a stderr/out/in on Windows.  This
  + * is generally a problem with newer versions of Windows and services.
  + * 
  + * The other problem is that the C library functions generally work
  + * differently on Windows and Unix.  So, by using apr_file_open_std*
  + * functions, you can get a handle to an APR struct that works with
  + * the APR functions which are supposed to work identically on all
  + * platforms.
    */
   APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_file_open_stdin(apr_file_t **thefile,
                                                 apr_pool_t *cont);
  
  
  

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