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Re: using syscall in cygwin?
On Sun, May 25, 2003 at 03:27:31PM +0800, Kai Liu wrote:
> Thank you for your response.
> I just want to write code using my own open().
> How can I implement open() without syscall() to make the system call?
> Maybe I need also write my own syscall() which call glibc's open(), and
> link them staticly?
> Is it reasonable?
No. In case of Cygwin the syscall *is* open(). Don't mess with it.
N.B., there's no glibc involved at all. Cygwin doesn't use glibc but
newlib as std C lib.
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