ne_get_range directly to char array buffer
name_removed at example.com
Tue Apr 11 10:09:49 EDT 2017
Unfortunately I can't do that. fileno returns -1 when you request the file descriptor of a FILE created by fmemopen.
Quote from the Linux Programmer's Manual:
There is no file descriptor associated with the file stream returned
by this function (i.e., fileno(3) will return an error if called on
the returned stream).
Van: Henrik Holst <henrik.holst at millistream.com>
Verzonden: dinsdag 11 april 2017 16:07:53
CC: neon at lists.manyfish.co.uk
Onderwerp: Re: ne_get_range directly to char array buffer
you can use fileno(3) in order to get the filedescriptor from a FILE pointer. "int fileno(FILE *stream);"
2017-04-11 15:40 GMT+02:00 Name__Removed <name_removed at example.com<mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxx at xxxxxxx.com>>:
Hi all, hope someone can help me with the following.
I am using ne_get_range to read part of a file on webdav.
This method requires a file descriptor.
I, however, have no interest in reading into an actual file, I want the content to stay in memory (preferably directly written directly into a char array I manage).
My thinking is that I can create a pointer to a FILE using fmemopen. Unfortunately fmemopen returns a FILE which does not have a file descriptor.
The proposal is to overload ne_get_range to accept a FILE pointer instead of a file descriptor. This won't break any functionality because I'm sure everyone has to call fileno to get the filedescriptor anyways and with the change they don't have to anymore.
If anyone has a more suitable solution (to read the range directly into my char array) please let me know.
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