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From Andrew Schwartzmeyer <>
Subject Re: Review Request 66437: Windows: Removed `FD_CRT` from `WindowsFD` abstraction.
Date Thu, 12 Apr 2018 02:06:18 GMT

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(Updated April 11, 2018, 7:06 p.m.)

Review request for mesos, Akash Gupta, Eric Mumau, John Kordich, Joseph Wu, and Michael Park.


Added unit tests and fixed comparing `int_fd(INVALID_SOCKET)` to `int_fd(-1)`.

Bugs: MESOS-8675 and MESOS-8683

Repository: mesos


After all the CRT APIs were replaced with Windows APIs, we no longer
needed to support the semantics of an `int` file descriptor in
general (in the sense of opening a CRT handle that's associated with
the actual kernel object for the given `HANDLE`). There are specific
use cases (usually third-party code) which still require a CRT
int-like file descriptor, which the `crt()` function explicitly
allocates (this allocation used to be done in the constructor).

Thus the entire `FD_CRT` type was removed from the `WindowsFD`
abstraction. It still acts like an `int` in the sense that it can be
constructed from one and compared to one. However, construction via
`int` only supports the standard file descriptors 0, 1, and 2 for
`stdin`, `stdout`, and `stderr`. Any other construction creates an
`int_fd` which holds an `INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE`. When being compared to
an `int`, the abstraction simply returns -1 if it is invalid (based on
the result of the `is_valid()` method) or 0 if it is valid. This is to
support the semantics of checking validity by something like
`if (fd < 0)` or `if (fd == -1)`.

With the deletion of the `FD_CRT` type from `WindowsFD`, all the Stout
APIs that switched on the type were simplified, with the last of the
CRT code deleted.

Thanks to the introduction of the private `int get_valid()` function,
and the removal of the `FD_CRT` type, the comparison operators became
much simpler.

Several unit tests in the `FsTest` suite became cross-platform, with
the `Close` test being simplified to test against an `int_fd`.

Diffs (updated)

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/close.hpp ff635e44235d63888a210cd68d49f6678a851e31

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/dup.hpp 265046cf7ffc14f7326711d295aa7dd4f0a8a1e3

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/fcntl.hpp bf8c38acad60f9b0eb752053dcd53a9fda7b8bfa

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/fd.hpp d7f8cdf1ad877eb55589bf5a9e75d295f91990a7

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/read.hpp 8047ad590fcc46d3ec46b551472d8c518ae49cc1

  3rdparty/stout/include/stout/os/windows/write.hpp 71006489918d9495d37d2fdfdca08b40b419481a

  3rdparty/stout/tests/os/filesystem_tests.cpp c190baa2230298e428d4034b90dccffb59b4e710 
  3rdparty/stout/tests/os/socket_tests.cpp 8ea0f1238e4293a5cd313b4ee38a920b381f4022 





Andrew Schwartzmeyer

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