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SubjectRe: [OT] Interrupting select
"Peter T. Breuer" wrote:
[snip]> um, shouldn't you be testing for res==-1, as well?

> > specifically that condition and errno==EINTR is how I'd expect
> > signals to effect the loop...

[snip]

> I assumed that "error" is something like trying to watch for a
> negative number or zero descriptors, or having a fd_set that doesn't
> contain open fd's. The reason I assumed that is because EINTR is not
> listed as a possible:
>
>
> ERRORS
> EBADF An invalid file descriptor was given in one of the
> sets.
> EINTR A non blocked signal was caught.

umm ^^^^^^ - it looks like it's listed here :)

> EINVAL n is negative.
> ENOMEM select was unable to allocate memory for internal
> tables.

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