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RE: mkstemp bug
- From: "Richardson, Anthony" <ar63 at evansville dot edu>
- To: <sds at gnu dot org>, <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 15:03:10 -0500
- Subject: RE: mkstemp bug
> > * Tony Richardson <email@example.com>
> > I'm surprised your example doesn't segfault. My Linux man page says
> > explicitly that the template should not be a string
> constant but must
> > be a character array, i.e. use
> > char t1 = "/tmp/clisp-x-io-XXXXXX";
> > char t2 = "/tmp/clisp-x-io-XXXXXX";
> > char t3 = "/tmp/clisp-x-io-XXXXXX";
> > mkstemp(t1);
> > mkstemp(t2);
> > mkstemp(t3);
> > instead.
> that's what I did. I was sloppy in my posting.
> the strings passed to mkstemp where explicitly allocated with
> alloca and
> properly filled.
I'm sorry for misreading your post. I can see that
what you posted wasn't actual code. mkstemp() works
fine for me though. Cygwin version 1.5.15 and Win XP.
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