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authorSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2011-08-05 12:03:21 +0000
committerSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2011-08-05 12:03:21 +0000
commit2c7ac4edb1a21c962420c14eee6ec0ab2e8c595b (patch)
parente9390d217c43a165f712743eea499d5430b22bdc (diff)
Minor fixes.
1 files changed, 20 insertions, 22 deletions
diff --git a/doc/gdbm.texinfo b/doc/gdbm.texinfo
index bfb967e..3553d0b 100644
--- a/doc/gdbm.texinfo
+++ b/doc/gdbm.texinfo
@@ -1305,20 +1305,18 @@ function names are the same as the UNIX @code{dbm} function
names. Their definitions follow:
-int dbminit(name);
-int store(key, content);
-datum fetch(key);
-int delete(key);
-datum firstkey();
-datum nextkey(key);
-int dbmclose();
+int dbminit (char *file);
+datum fetch (datum key);
+int store (datum key, datum content);
+int delete (datum key);
+datum firstkey (void);
+datum nextkey (datum key);
+int dbmclose (void);
@end example
Standard UNIX @code{dbm} and GNU @code{dbm} do not have the same data
format in the file. You cannot access a standard UNIX @code{dbm} file
-with GNU @code{dbm}! If you want to use an old database with GNU
-@code{dbm}, you must use the @code{conv2gdbm} program.
-@c FIXME: What's it? Where to get it?
+with GNU @code{dbm}!
Also, GNU @code{dbm} has compatibility functions for @code{ndbm}. For
@code{ndbm} compatibility functions, you need the include file @code{ndbm.h}.
@@ -1330,18 +1328,18 @@ functions will do it for you.
The functions are:
-DBM *dbm_open(name, flags, mode);
-void dbm_close(file);
-datum dbm_fetch(file, key);
-int dbm_store(file, key, @code{content}, flags);
-int dbm_delete(file, key);
-datum dbm_firstkey(file);
-datum dbm_nextkey(file);
-int dbm_error(file);
-int dbm_clearerr(file);
-int dbm_dirfno(file);
-int dbm_pagfno(file);
-int dbm_rdonly(file);
+DBM *dbm_open (char *file, int flags, int mode);
+void dbm_close (DBM *dbf);
+datum dbm_fetch (DBM *dbf, datum key);
+int dbm_store (DBM *dbf, datum key, datum content, int flags);
+int dbm_delete (DBM *dbf, datum key);
+datum dbm_firstkey (DBM *dbf);
+datum dbm_nextkey (DBM *dbf);
+int dbm_error(DBM *dbf);
+void dbm_clearerr(DBM *dbf)
+int dbm_dirfno (DBM *dbf);
+int dbm_pagfno (DBM *dbf);
+int dbm_rdonly (DBM *dbf);
@end example
If you want to compile an old C program that used UNIX @code{dbm} or

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