Side-by-side configuration is incorrect reported as permission denied
Mon Aug 13 12:51:00 GMT 2012
On 13.08.2012 10:47, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Aug 13 10:24, Herbert Stocker wrote:
>> There is no need for the 'no', i'd suggest ELIBBAD.
> Not bad, either. So we have ELIBACC, ELIBBADD, and ENOPKG as
I'd vote against ENOPKG. That means: /* Package not installed */
A side-by-side error does not primarily mean that something is not
>> (And to bring back to memory, i'd also suggest to add EFAIL be added)
> Here's a clear "no". EFAIL is not a useful error message. It's not
> even slightly wrong, like EACCES in this case might be, it's entirely
> lacking information.
My suggestion was not to propose EFAIL as an error message for a
Not at all.
i should have made an extra toipic, actually, and if i would consider it
important enough, i
would make one now.
What i meant was that sometimes i'm writing a program, and when
searching for an
appropriate error code in errno.h, i don't find one. Then i would prefer
to resort to some
Imagine a routine decodes an mp3 stream and fails because the mp3 data
What error code would match this? The best i found was:
#define EBADMSG 77. /* Trying to read unreadable message */
But i guess the solution would be to stay away from these more
OS-centric error codes.
Again, i do not have a strong desire on discussing EFAIL, so we can stop
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