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GFS_GLOB

GFS_GLOB

Section: (3) Updated: 30 September 2003
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NAME

gfs_glob - find path names matching a pattern  

SYNOPSIS

#include <gfarm/gfarm.h>

char *gfs_glob (const char * pattern, gfarm_stringlist * paths, gfs_glob_t * types);  

DESCRIPTION

gfs_glob() searches for all the path names matching pattern that may include a wildcard, and returns paths.

The returned path names are accessed by gfarm_stringlist_length(3) and gfarm_stringlist_elem(3).

It is necessary to allocate memory space dynamically pointed to by types using gfs_glob_init(3) before calling gfs_glob(3). The allocated memory space needs to be free'ed by gfs_glob_free(3).  

RETURN VALUES

NULL
The function terminated successfully.
GFARM_ERR_NO_MEMORY
Insufficient memory was available.
GFARM_ERR_PATHNAME_TOO_LONG
Too long pattern or path name to process.
Others
An error except the above occurred. The reason is shown by its pointed strings.
 

SEE ALSO

gfs_glob_init(3) gfs_glob_free(3) gfarm_stringlist_init(3) gfarm_stringlist_length(3) gfarm_stringlist_elem(3) gfarm_stringlist_free(3) gfarm_stringlist_free_deeply(3)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUES
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