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// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
* Copyright (c) 2000 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
* All Rights Reserved.
#ifndef _OPEN_FLAGS_H_
#define _OPEN_FLAGS_H_
* This function attempts to convert open flag bits into human readable
* symbols (i.e. O_TRUNC). If there are more than one symbol,
* the <sep> string will be placed as a separator between symbols.
* Commonly used separators would be a comma "," or pipe "|".
* If <mode> is one and not all <openflags> bits can be converted to
* symbols, the "UNKNOWN" symbol will be added to return string.
* Return Value
* openflags2symbols will return the indentified symbols.
* If no symbols are recognized the return value will be a empty
* string or the "UNKNOWN" symbol.
* Limitations
* Currently (05/96) all known symbols are coded into openflags2symbols.
* If new open flags are added this code will have to updated
* to know about them or they will not be recognized.
* The Open_symbols must be large enough to hold all possible symbols
* for a given system.
char *openflags2symbols( int, char *, int );
* This function will take a string of comma separated open flags symbols
* and translate them into an open flag bitmask.
* If any symbol is not valid, -1 is returned. On this error condition
* the badname pointer is updated if not NULL. badname will point
* to the beginning location of where the invalid symbol was found.
* string will be returned unchanged.
* A signal received while parsing string could cause the string to
* contain a NULL character in the middle of it.
int parse_open_flags( char *, char ** );