Commit 3ec22997 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix MS-Windows build broken by make-fingerprint changes

* lib-src/make-fingerprint.c (fseeko) [WNDOWSNT]: Define to
fseeko64 for non-MinGW64 MinGW.

* lib-src/ntlib.c (stat): Fix calculation of file size.
(fstat): New function, a subset of src/w32.c:fstat.  This is
needed because make-fingerprint.c now calls 'fstat', and the
MS version will fail to produce reliable results because
nt/inc/sys/stat.h redefines 'struct stat'.
parent e29260b5
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......@@ -50,6 +50,11 @@ along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
is really just insurance. */
#undef fopen
#include <direct.h>
#ifndef MINGW_W64
# undef fseeko
# define fseeko fseeko64
#endif
#endif /* WINDOWSNT */
int
......
......@@ -290,8 +290,8 @@ is_exec (const char * name)
/* FIXME? This is in configure.ac now - is this still needed? */
#define IS_DIRECTORY_SEP(x) ((x) == '/' || (x) == '\\')
/* We need this because nt/inc/sys/stat.h defines struct stat that is
incompatible with the MS run-time libraries. */
/* We need stat/fsfat below because nt/inc/sys/stat.h defines struct
stat that is incompatible with the MS run-time libraries. */
int
stat (const char * path, struct stat * buf)
{
......@@ -377,7 +377,9 @@ stat (const char * path, struct stat * buf)
buf->st_dev = _getdrive ();
buf->st_rdev = buf->st_dev;
buf->st_size = wfd.nFileSizeLow;
buf->st_size = wfd.nFileSizeHigh;
buf->st_size <<= 32;
buf->st_size += wfd.nFileSizeLow;
/* Convert timestamps to Unix format. */
buf->st_mtime = convert_time (wfd.ftLastWriteTime);
......@@ -408,6 +410,98 @@ lstat (const char * path, struct stat * buf)
return stat (path, buf);
}
int
fstat (int desc, struct stat * buf)
{
HANDLE fh = (HANDLE) _get_osfhandle (desc);
BY_HANDLE_FILE_INFORMATION info;
unsigned __int64 fake_inode;
int permission;
if (!init)
{
/* Determine the delta between 1-Jan-1601 and 1-Jan-1970. */
SYSTEMTIME st;
st.wYear = 1970;
st.wMonth = 1;
st.wDay = 1;
st.wHour = 0;
st.wMinute = 0;
st.wSecond = 0;
st.wMilliseconds = 0;
SystemTimeToFileTime (&st, &utc_base_ft);
utc_base = (long double) utc_base_ft.dwHighDateTime
* 4096.0L * 1024.0L * 1024.0L + utc_base_ft.dwLowDateTime;
init = 1;
}
switch (GetFileType (fh) & ~FILE_TYPE_REMOTE)
{
case FILE_TYPE_DISK:
buf->st_mode = S_IFREG;
if (!GetFileInformationByHandle (fh, &info))
{
errno = EACCES;
return -1;
}
break;
case FILE_TYPE_PIPE:
buf->st_mode = S_IFIFO;
goto non_disk;
case FILE_TYPE_CHAR:
case FILE_TYPE_UNKNOWN:
default:
buf->st_mode = S_IFCHR;
non_disk:
memset (&info, 0, sizeof (info));
info.dwFileAttributes = 0;
info.ftCreationTime = utc_base_ft;
info.ftLastAccessTime = utc_base_ft;
info.ftLastWriteTime = utc_base_ft;
}
if (info.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY)
buf->st_mode = S_IFDIR;
buf->st_nlink = info.nNumberOfLinks;
/* Might as well use file index to fake inode values, but this
is not guaranteed to be unique unless we keep a handle open
all the time. */
fake_inode = info.nFileIndexHigh;
fake_inode <<= 32;
fake_inode += info.nFileIndexLow;
buf->st_ino = fake_inode;
buf->st_dev = info.dwVolumeSerialNumber;
buf->st_rdev = info.dwVolumeSerialNumber;
buf->st_size = info.nFileSizeHigh;
buf->st_size <<= 32;
buf->st_size += info.nFileSizeLow;
/* Convert timestamps to Unix format. */
buf->st_mtime = convert_time (info.ftLastWriteTime);
buf->st_atime = convert_time (info.ftLastAccessTime);
if (buf->st_atime == 0) buf->st_atime = buf->st_mtime;
buf->st_ctime = convert_time (info.ftCreationTime);
if (buf->st_ctime == 0) buf->st_ctime = buf->st_mtime;
/* determine rwx permissions */
if (info.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY)
permission = S_IREAD;
else
permission = S_IREAD | S_IWRITE;
if (info.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY)
permission |= S_IEXEC;
buf->st_mode |= permission | (permission >> 3) | (permission >> 6);
return 0;
}
/* On Windows, you cannot rename into an existing file. */
int
sys_rename (const char *from, const char *to)
......
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