Re: ioctl: No space left on device

Robert Love wrote:
> Nice!
> I'd put the perror() first.  I think it reads better in the EFAULT case
> but, more importantly, you could be reading errno from fprintf() if you
> call it after.

Hmm, I went for the way I did because perror seems to modify it!
(it reads 28 == ENOSPC before perror, and 29 after...?!?).

Anyway, your point is valid, so I guess we'll just take a copy of errno before
messing around with error messages.


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