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muroar_write

muroar_write

Section: muRoar Programmer's Manual: IO Extension (3) Updated: March 2010
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NAME

muroar_write - Write data to a stream in a portable way

 

SYNOPSIS

#include <muroar.h>

ssize_t muroar_write (int fh, const void * buf, size_t len);

 

DESCRIPTION

This function writes a block of data to a connected stream. It exists to have a portable way to send the data to the sound server that does not depend on the underlying operating system.

 

PARAMETERS

fh
The stream file handle connected to the server. This must be opend using muroar_stream(3).

buf
A pointer to the block of data that should be written.

len
The total length in byte of the data that should be written.

 

RETURN VALUE

On success this call return the number of successful written bytes. On error, -1 is returned.

 

NOTES

This function calls the underlying write function in a loop. If this returns less than the given length you should not re-try directly but wait at least some milisecunds.

 

HISTORY

This function first appeared in muRoar version 0.1beta0.

 

SEE ALSO

write(2), muroar_read(3), muroar_stream(3), muroar_close(3), RoarAudio(7).


 

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NAME
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DESCRIPTION
PARAMETERS
RETURN VALUE
NOTES
HISTORY
SEE ALSO

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