#define MAX_FNUMS (MAX_OPEN_FILES...)
sharpe at ns.aus.com
Fri Jul 24 03:10:23 GMT 1998
well, Jeremy, I see what you have done, and it is not such a disaster.
To fit in with what I am suggesting, I think I will need to following changes:
int max_open_files = 0; /* Will have to be extern in other files */
int max_open_directories = 0;
plus some other code to set these to real or default values depending on
what happens in reload_services.
#define MAX_FNUMS (max_open_files+max_open_directories)
This minimizes the changes I need to make, but means that the code is more
difficult to understand.
Does anyone think I should do it differently?
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