pub trait UnixFDListExtManual: Sized {
    fn append<T: AsRawFd>(&self, fd: T) -> Result<i32, Error>;
    fn get(&self, index_: i32) -> Result<RawFd, Error>;
    fn peek_fds(&self) -> Vec<RawFd>;
    fn steal_fds(&self) -> Vec<RawFd>;
}

Required Methods

Adds a file descriptor to self.

The file descriptor is duplicated using dup(). You keep your copy of the descriptor and the copy contained in self will be closed when self is finalized.

A possible cause of failure is exceeding the per-process or system-wide file descriptor limit.

The index of the file descriptor in the list is returned. If you use this index with UnixFDListExtManual::get() then you will receive back a duplicated copy of the same file descriptor.

fd

a valid open file descriptor

Returns

the index of the appended fd in case of success, else -1 (and error is set)

Gets a file descriptor out of self.

index_ specifies the index of the file descriptor to get. It is a programmer error for index_ to be out of range; see UnixFDListExt::length().

The file descriptor is duplicated using dup() and set as close-on-exec before being returned. You must call close() on it when you are done.

A possible cause of failure is exceeding the per-process or system-wide file descriptor limit.

index_

the index into the list

Returns

the file descriptor, or -1 in case of error

Returns the array of file descriptors that is contained in this object.

After this call, the descriptors remain the property of self. The caller must not close them and must not free the array. The array is valid only until self is changed in any way.

If length is non-None then it is set to the number of file descriptors in the returned array. The returned array is also terminated with -1.

This function never returns None. In case there are no file descriptors contained in self, an empty array is returned.

Returns

an array of file descriptors

Returns the array of file descriptors that is contained in this object.

After this call, the descriptors are no longer contained in self. Further calls will return an empty list (unless more descriptors have been added).

The return result of this function must be freed with g_free(). The caller is also responsible for closing all of the file descriptors. The file descriptors in the array are set to close-on-exec.

If length is non-None then it is set to the number of file descriptors in the returned array. The returned array is also terminated with -1.

This function never returns None. In case there are no file descriptors contained in self, an empty array is returned.

Returns

an array of file descriptors

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