FSPLIB Publisher's description
from Radim Kolar
FSPLIB is implementation of an FSP (file service protocol) stack written in C.
FSPLIB project is implementation of an FSP (file service protocol) stack written in C.
The library API is very easy to use because it is modeled after the POSIX API. You can use this library for adding FSP support to any C/C++ program.
This software can be builded by Scons or by GNU Autotools. Scons building and installing method is prefered. If you want to use autotools, you must create ./configure first by
running autoreconf -i.
run: scons [options] [install]
for building/installing the library and header file. Unlike Autotools
you must add build-time configure options to install target also.
Build time configuration:
At build time you can configure locking subsystem. There are two lock configuration options.
Scons do not uses leading -- before option names. Example: scons with-lockprefix=/tmp/.FSPL install
Set lock prefix path to (default /tmp/.FSPL). Most users do not
need to change it.
Configure type of locking subsytem used. FSP library support currently
3 types of locking subsystem.
none - no locking used
lockf - use lockf on lock file
semop - use Sys V shared memory and semaphore. Lock file will be still created because of use of ftok, but no locking is done on this file -> it can be on shared filesystem.
Where to install builded library and header file. Standard option.
Compile with more debug code inside
What's New in This Release:В· configure.ac nuked, fsplib builds now with scons tool only
В· INSTALL file removed, it was autoconf specific
В· Makefile.am removed
В· Don't turn on unreachable code GCC compilation warning, it was wrong for all tested 3.x and 4.x GCC versions
В· Check return codes from getaddrinfo and turn them into errno used in fsp_open_session
В· Improved check for valid arguements in function fsp_readdir_native
В· reported by Kalle Olavi Niemitalo, discovered by witekfl
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall