W dniu 06.09.2016 o 00:27, Eric Wong pisze:
> larsxschnei...@gmail.com wrote:
>> -int git_open_noatime(const char *name)
>> +int git_open_noatime_cloexec(const char *name)
> I question the need for the "_cloexec" suffixing in the
> function name since the old function is going away entirely.
On the other hand the new name is descriptive...
> I prefer all FD-creating functions set cloexec by default
> for FD > 2 to avoid inadvertantly leaking FDs. So we
> ought to use pipe2, accept4, socket(..., SOCK_CLOEXEC), etc...
> and fallback to the racy+slower F_SETFD when not available.
> Fwiw, Perl has been setting cloexec on FDs above $^F
> (2, $SYSTEM_FD_MAX) for decades, and Ruby started
> doing it a few years ago, too.