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authorJoel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>2001-08-16 20:04:19 +0000
committerJoel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>2001-08-16 20:04:19 +0000
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2001-08-16 Mike Siers <mikes@poliac.com>
* libc/termios.c: Fix a bug in the termios implementation in the following scenario: The General Terminal Interface document that me states that if VMIN = 0 and VTIME = 0, then read() should return the minimum of two values: a) number of bytes available b) number of bytes requested (I assume from the read call) The current implementation of the fillBufferQueue() in termios.c is always return 1 character with these setting values. I know the termios buffer has more than one character available and my read() call is requesting 1024 bytes.
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+2001-08-16 Mike Siers <mikes@poliac.com>
+
+ * libc/termios.c: Fix a bug in the termios implementation in
+ the following scenario:
+ The General Terminal Interface document that me states that
+ if VMIN = 0 and VTIME = 0, then read() should return the minimum
+ of two values:
+ a) number of bytes available
+ b) number of bytes requested (I assume from the read call)
+
+ The current implementation of the fillBufferQueue() in termios.c is
+ always return 1 character with these setting values. I know the
+ termios buffer has more than one character available and my read()
+ call is requesting 1024 bytes.
+
2001-08-09 Fernando-Ruiz Casas <correo@fernando-ruiz.com>
* libc/getgrent.c, libc/getpwent.c: the 'ls' and more related command