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- Subject: Re: os.setenv()???
- From: Chris Marrin <chris@...>
- Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2006 16:28:10 -0800
Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo wrote:
Is there a reason for it not being there, or is it just an oversight?
setenv is not an ANSI C library function.
setenv is available in the Posix library.
Thanks, although it uses the Posix name of 'putenv', which is much
I didn't see it because I thought this:
documented that library and it does not mention putenv. But I see it is
there in the source.
But this begs the question about which library I should use. They have
overlapping functionality. And the Posix library have overlapping
functionality with lfs. Ahhhhhhhhh!
It seems like there should be some grand unification of all this to keep
the poor programmer from shooting himself in the head and ruining a
perfectly good LCD monitor :-)
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