On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 10:56:40PM +0200, René Scharfe wrote:
> getdelim(3) returns -1 at the end of the file and if it encounters an
> error, but sets errno only in the latter case. Set errno to zero before
> calling it to avoid misdiagnosing an out-of-memory condition due to a
> left-over value from some other function call.
getdelim(3p) doesn't explicitly forbid changing the errno on EOF:
If no characters were read, and the end-of-file indicator for
the stream is set, or if the stream is at end-of-file, the
end-of-file indicator for the stream shall be set and the
function shall return −1. If an error occurs, the error
indicator for the stream shall be set, and the function shall
return −1 and set errno to indicate the error.
So a valid implementation could still set errno on EOF and also
on another error (where it's required to set errno).
I don't think that it matters in practice, but the "most" correct
way to handle this would be to check if feof(3) is true to check
for the non-errno case.
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