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Re: duplicate regexec/regcomp functions detected

On Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 12:57:25AM +0100, Ralf Habacker wrote:
> Thanks for this hints. While porting kdelibs I have had to explicity closed and delete the
> socket file before I can bound to it (which wasn't used under other ported os) and as I found
> the decribed code in the bind() function, the first thoughts was that this may be the
> problem. After this correction I will look at the kde code to identify the called functions.
> Perhaps the problem is the getsockname().

I have checked in a fix to getsockname() to return the correct result
for AF_LOCAL/AF_UNIX sockets as well.  You can find it in the current
sources from CVS.

> After looking in the code I have an additional question. Does cygwin and linux differs in the
> possibilites of deleting of open files ? This could be a difference, because I have found
> that before binding an unlink() is made, but fails.

The usual Win32/Posix difference:  You can't unlink a file on Win32
which is still in use.


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