getfh(2) does not mention function of `path' parameter

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getfh(2) does not mention function of `path' parameter

Kristaps Johnson-2
>Submitter-Id:  net
>Originator:    kristaps
>Organization:
net
>Synopsis:      getfh(2) does not mention the function of `path' parameter
>Severity:      non-critical
>Priority:      low
>Category:      documentation
>Class:         doc-bug
>Release:       3.9
>Environment:
         System      : OpenBSD 3.9
         Architecture: OpenBSD.i386
         Machine     : i386
>Description:

The DESCRIPTION section of getfh(2) does not mention the function of the
`path' parameter.

>How-To-Repeat:
>Fix:

Make

"getfh() returns a file handle for the specified file or directory
in the file handle pointed to by `fhp'"

...something akin to

"getfh() returns a file handle for the specified file or directory
`path' in the file handle pointed to by `fhp'"

...where `path' and `fhp' are parameter indicators.

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Re: getfh(2) does not mention function of `path' parameter

Jason McIntyre-2
On Fri, Aug 04, 2006 at 02:13:22PM -0400, Kristaps Johnson wrote:

> >Submitter-Id:  net
> >Originator:    kristaps
> >Organization:
> net
> >Synopsis:      getfh(2) does not mention the function of `path' parameter
> >Severity:      non-critical
> >Priority:      low
> >Category:      documentation
> >Class:         doc-bug
> >Release:       3.9
> >Environment:
>         System      : OpenBSD 3.9
>         Architecture: OpenBSD.i386
>         Machine     : i386
> >Description:
>
> The DESCRIPTION section of getfh(2) does not mention the function of the
> `path' parameter.
>
> >How-To-Repeat:
> >Fix:
>
> Make
>
> "getfh() returns a file handle for the specified file or directory
> in the file handle pointed to by `fhp'"
>
> ...something akin to
>
> "getfh() returns a file handle for the specified file or directory
> `path' in the file handle pointed to by `fhp'"
>
> ...where `path' and `fhp' are parameter indicators.
>

fixed, thanks.
jmc