Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2021 17:57:59 +0800 From: "care" <2010267516@...com> To: "musl" <musl@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Re: What if the line in /proc/mounts is too long when calling getmntent_r? On Sat, 28 Aug 2021 08:17:08 +0200, Wichmann wrote: >This type of behavior is also used in other functions. readdir() returns >a NULL pointer at end of directory and on error. And getpriority() >returns -1 on error and if the priority currently actually is -1. So >zeroing out errno and testing it after the call is a normal way to >distinguish error returns and normal returns in some interfaces. > >The entire mntent library is non-standard, according to the manpage. So >the only specification that exists is glibc behavior. And it skips over >too long lines. Therefore we will have to do the same. Anyone who wants >something else will have to write their own parser. mntent is not the >most complicated format in the world. I wonder if there is a final solution or a plan? Thanks!
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