Open a configuration file
#include <cfgopen.h> FILE * fcfgopen( const char * path, const char * mode, int location, const char * historical, char * namebuf, int nblen );
- The name of the configuration file that you want to open.
- A string that describes the mode to open in; see fopen().
- Flags that describe how the path is constructed. See " Search condition flags " in the documentation for cfgopen().
- A optional file to open as a last resort if none of the criteria for finding the path is met. This string works like a path search order, and lets you search more than one location. You can also specify %H to substitute the hostname value into the string. Specify NULL to ignore this option.
- A buffer to save the pathname in. Specify NULL to ignore this option.
- The length of the buffer pointed to by namebuf. Specify 0 to ignore this option.
Use the -l c option to qcc to link against this library. This library is usually included automatically.
This function is in libc.a, but not in libc.so (in order to save space).
The fcfgopen() function is similar to cfgopen() with these exceptions:
- The CFGFILE_NOFD flag isn't valid.
- The values for flags described in open() aren't valid.
A valid fd if CFGFILE_NOFD isn't specified, a nonnegative value if CFGFILE_NOFD is specified, or -1 if an error occurs.
Last modified: 2014-11-17