On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 4:32 PM, Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> I've been looking into writing a proper test for this patch. My first
> attempt tests the symptom that was seen initially, that "git commit"
> fails if fd 0 is closed.
> One problem is how to arrange for fd 0 to be closed. I could use the
> bash redirection "<&-", but I think you want to be more portable than
> that. This version uses execvp() inside a small C program, and
> execvp() is a Posix function.
"<&-" is POSIX.
> I've tested that this test does what it should: If you remove the
> fix, "fd >= 0", the test fails. If you then remove "test-close-fd-0"
> from before "git init" in the test, the test is nullified and succeeds
> Here is the diff. What do people think of it?
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