another minor cygcheck "nit"
Fri Feb 29 23:05:00 GMT 2008
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 10:21:05AM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Feb 28 21:47, Linda Walsh wrote:
>> cygcheck doesn't handle the "max arg length" as shown by "xargs"...
>> I.e. -
>>> cygcheck -f /bin/*
>> bash: /usr/bin/cygcheck: Argument list too long
>>> echo /bin/*|xargs cygcheck -f
>> xargs: cygcheck: Argument list too long
>> cygcheck /bin/[a-r]* # works (wc -wc = 1780 32365)
>> cygcheck /bin/[a-s]* # fails (wc -wc = 1874 33917)
>> # -- looks like a 2^15 boundary prob?
>>> xargs --show-limits
>> Your environment variables take up 3867 bytes
>> POSIX upper limit on argument length (this system): 1042661
>> POSIX smallest allowable upper limit on argument length (all systems): 4096
>> Maximum length of command we could actually use: 1038794
>> Size of command buffer we are actually using: 1042661
>> Guess cygcheck isn't a POSIX app?
>cygcheck is a native app.
For hopefully obvious reasons...
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