|ZIP_FDOPEN(3)||Library Functions Manual||ZIP_FDOPEN(3)|
fd, int flags,
DESCRIPTION¶The zip archive specified by the open file descriptor fd is opened and a pointer to a struct zip, used to manipulate the archive, is returned. In contrast to zip_open(3), using
zip_fdopenthe archive can only be opened in read-only mode. The fd argument may not be used any longer after calling
zip_fdopen. The flags are specified by or'ing the following values, or 0 for none of them.
- Perform additional stricter consistency checks on the archive, and error if they fail.
If an error occurs and errorp is
NULL, it will be set to
the corresponding error code.
RETURN VALUES¶Upon successful completion
zip_fdopen() returns a struct zip pointer, and fd should not be used any longer, nor passed to close(2). Otherwise,
NULLis returned and *errorp is set to indicate the error. In the error case, fd remains unchanged.
ERRORS¶The file specified by fd is prepared for use by libzip(3) unless:
- Inconsistencies were found in the file specified by
path. This error is often caused by specifying
ZIP_CHECKCONSbut can also happen without it.
- The flags argument is invalid. Not all
zip_open(3) flags are allowed for
zip_fdopen, see DESCRIPTION.
- Required memory could not be allocated.
- The file specified by fd is not a zip archive.
- The file specified by fd could not be prepared for use by libzip(3).
- A read error occurred; see errno for details.
- The file specified by fd does not allow seeks.
SEE ALSO¶libzip(3), zip_close(3), zip_error_to_str(3), zip_open(3)
zip_fdopen() was added in libzip 1.0.
AUTHORS¶Dieter Baron <email@example.com> and Thomas Klausner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|December 18, 2017||Linux 4.19.0-10-amd64|