File: getenv_safe.h

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/* -*- Mode: C++; c-basic-offset: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil -*-
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#ifndef GETENV_SAFE_H
#define GETENV_SAFE_H

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/* 
 * This getenv function is safe to call before the C runtime is initialized.
 * On Windows, it utilizes GetEnvironmentVariable() and on unix it uses
 * /proc/self/environ instead calling getenv().  It's intended to be used in
 * routines that run before main(), when the state required for getenv() may
 * not be set up yet.  In particular, errno isn't set up until relatively late
 * (after the pthreads library has a chance to make it threadsafe), and
 * getenv() doesn't work until then.
 * On some platforms, this call will utilize the same, static buffer for
 * repeated GetenvBeforeMain() calls. Callers should not expect pointers from
 * this routine to be long lived.
 * Note that on unix, /proc only has the environment at the time the
 * application was started, so this routine ignores setenv() calls/etc.  Also
 * note it only reads the first 16K of the environment.
 * 
 * NOTE: this is version of GetenvBeforeMain that's usable from
 * C. Implementation is in sysinfo.cc
 */
const char* TCMallocGetenvSafe(const char* name);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif