[Haskell-cafe] Unix gurus, help me please
bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com
Mon Jul 17 11:58:23 EDT 2006
Monday, July 17, 2006, 6:41:26 PM, you wrote:
>> - I include file io.h, but this particular system has "sys/io.h"
> Just out of the blue: could it be that you rather need <fcntl.h>?
> It's the place where open() and friends are defined. Maybe(?) windows
> have them in <io.h>...
the only thing i import at this moment is fsync
>> - mingw supports _commit operation which (as i guess) saves to disk
>> buffers of given file. Is that true that regular unixes has fsync
>> function to perform the same action? (and what the hell MS don't
>> use the same name??)
> Not all unixes (unii?) have fsync() syscall, but most of them do. And
> all modern ones, I guess. If your platform does not have fsync(), it is
> recommended to fallback to sync().
i need only compatibility with platforms supported by Haskell
compilers - ghc, hugs and so on
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