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Re: please tell me where can I find the source code for function 'stat(c

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: please tell me where can I find the source code for function 'stat(char *, struct stat *)'
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2008 05:46:01 -0600
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According to shuaijie wang on 6/25/2008 10:26 PM:

[Sorry for a delayed response, but as no one else seems to have replied...]

| I linux system, there is a system funtion 'stat(char *, struct stat *)', I
| want to read the source code of this function, but while I assume that this
| function may exist in the file
|  /usr/src/linux-2.4/fs/stat.c, it actually doesn't. In file stat.c, I can't
| find the funtion of 'stat()', so please tell me where I can find this
| funtion in linux src? thank you

Unfortunately, you reached the coreutils list.  We maintain the code for
the program stat(1) (which calls the function stat(2) under the hood), but
we do not maintain stat(2) (that is the job of each different OS).  Since
you are asking about stat(2), you are better off asking on a list
dedicated to the Linux kernel.

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