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Doc Bug #71260 bzerrno(): missing details about its meaning and returned value
Submitted: 2016-01-01 17:16 UTC Modified: 2016-01-02 00:58 UTC
From: salsi at icosaedro dot it Assigned:
Status: Open Package: Bzip2 Related
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 [2016-01-01 17:16 UTC] salsi at icosaedro dot it
The manual does not really explain what the bzerrno() function really does and what it returns. Here is my attempt to complete its description:


Returns the last detected BZIP2 encoding or decoding error code while accessing a stream openend with bzopen(). The value returned by this function should always be checked after each succesfull invocation of the following functions: bzopen(), bzread(), bzwrite(), bzflush().

Return Values

A non zero value indicates a BZIP2 encoding or decoding error happened; the bzerrstr() function allows to retrieve its textual description.


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