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#define _DIRSTREAM_H 1
/* Directory stream type.
The miscellaneous Unix `readdir' implementations read directory data
into a buffer and return `struct dirent *' pointers into it. */
int fd; /* File descriptor. */
__libc_lock_define (, lock) /* Mutex lock for this structure. */
size_t allocation; /* Space allocated for the block. */
size_t size; /* Total valid data in the block. */
size_t offset; /* Current offset into the block. */
off_t filepos; /* Position of next entry to read. */
int errcode; /* Delayed error code. */
/* Directory block. We must make sure that this block starts
at an address that is aligned adequately enough to store
dirent entries. Using the alignment of "void *" is not
sufficient because dirents on 32-bit platforms can require
64-bit alignment. We use "long double" here to be consistent
with what malloc uses. */
char data __attribute__ ((aligned (__alignof__ (long double))));
#define _DIR_dirfd(dirp) ((dirp)->fd)
#endif /* dirstream.h */