Cygwin API Reference

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Abstract

Cygwin API Reference


Table of Contents

1. Compatibility
System interfaces compatible with the Single Unix Specification, Version 4:
System interfaces compatible with BSD functions:
System interfaces compatible with GNU or Linux extensions:
System interfaces compatible with Solaris or SunOS functions:
Other UNIX system interfaces, deprecated or not in POSIX.1-2008:
NOT implemented system interfaces from the Single Unix Specification, Volume 4:
Implementation Notes
2. Cygwin Functions
Path conversion functions
cygwin_conv_path
cygwin_conv_path_list
cygwin_create_path
cygwin_posix_path_list_p
cygwin_split_path
Helper functions to change user context
cygwin_logon_user
cygwin_set_impersonation_token
Miscellaneous functions
cygwin_attach_handle_to_fd
cygwin_internal
cygwin_stackdump

List of Examples

2.1. Example use of cygwin_conv_path
2.2. Example use of cygwin_split_path