Commit 042c85b8 authored by Jim Blandy's avatar Jim Blandy
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parent 8523fe3b
#include <stdio.h>
/* Break string in two parts to avoid buggy C compilers that ignore characters
after nulls in strings. */
char string1[] = "Testing distribution of nonprinting chars:\n\
Should be 0177: \177 Should be 0377: \377 Should be 0212: \212.\n\
Should be 0000: ";
char string2[] = ".\n\
This file is read by the `test-distribution' program.\n\
If you change it, you will make that program fail.\n";
char buf[300];
/* Like `read' but keeps trying until it gets SIZE bytes or reaches eof. */
int
cool_read (fd, buf, size)
int fd;
char *buf;
int size;
{
int num, sofar = 0;
while (1)
{
if ((num = read (fd, buf + sofar, size - sofar)) == 0)
return sofar;
else if (num < 0)
return num;
sofar += num;
}
}
main ()
{
int fd = open ("testfile", 0);
if (fd < 0)
{
perror ("opening `testfile'");
exit (2);
}
if (cool_read (fd, buf, sizeof string1) != sizeof string1 ||
strcmp (buf, string1) ||
cool_read (fd, buf, sizeof string2) != sizeof string2 - 1 ||
strncmp (buf, string2, sizeof string2 - 1))
{
fprintf (stderr, "Data in file `testfile' has been damaged.\n\
Most likely this means that many nonprinting characters\n\
have been corrupted in the files of Emacs, and it will not work.\n");
exit (2);
}
close (fd);
#ifdef VMS
exit (1); /* On VMS, success is 1. */
#else
exit (0);
#endif
}
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