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ANSI-CIO is a set of transparent replacements for the file functions in stdio.h and unistd.h. They offer the ability to share file accesses, and to open, read, write (and more) files concurrently. Using these functions it is possible to open a file more often than only once and to access it. All functions are completely compatible with their ANSI counterparts.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Mar 2006 10:52

    Release Notes: Transparent replacements for open(), close(), read(), write(), and lseek() and some switches to enable either the FILE*- or the file descriptor functions or both were added.

    •  14 Oct 2005 20:39

      Release Notes: A replacement for fgets() was implemented supporting concurrent I/O.

      •  18 Aug 2005 13:23

        Release Notes: Some potential problems have been removed by initializing several variables and memory areas by default.

        •  25 May 2005 01:53

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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