/* Capture output from a subprocess.
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struct xmemstream out;
struct xmemstream err;
/* Invoke CALLBACK (CLOSURE) in a subprocess and capture standard
output, standard error, and the exit status. The out.buffer and
err.buffer members in the result are null-terminated strings which
can be examined by the caller (out.out and err.out are NULL). */
struct support_capture_subprocess support_capture_subprocess
(void (*callback) (void *), void *closure);
/* Deallocate the subprocess data captured by
void support_capture_subprocess_free (struct support_capture_subprocess *);
/* No output is allowed. */
sc_allow_none = 0x01,
/* Output to stdout is permitted. */
sc_allow_stdout = 0x02,
/* Output to standard error is permitted. */
sc_allow_stderr = 0x04,
/* Check that the subprocess exited with STATUS and that only the
allowed outputs happened. ALLOWED is a combination of
support_capture_allow flags. Report errors under the CONTEXT
void support_capture_subprocess_check (struct support_capture_subprocess *,
const char *context, int status,
__attribute__ ((nonnull (1, 2)));
#endif /* SUPPORT_CAPTURE_SUBPROCESS_H */