Searched defs:mkdir (Results 1 - 7 of 7) sorted by relevance

/freebsd-head/contrib/lib9p/backend/
H A Dbackend.h64 int (*mkdir)(void *, struct l9p_request *); member in struct:l9p_backend
/freebsd-head/contrib/kyua/utils/fs/
H A Doperations.cpp474 /// \throw system_error If the call to mkdir(2) fails.
476 fs::mkdir(const fs::path& dir, const int mode) function in class:fs
478 if (::mkdir(dir.c_str(), static_cast< mode_t >(mode)) == -1) {
488 /// This is separate from the fs::mkdir function to clearly differentiate the
494 /// \throw system_error If any call to mkdir(2) fails.
499 fs::mkdir(dir, mode);
503 fs::mkdir(dir, mode);
/freebsd-head/tests/sys/fs/fusefs/
H A Dmockfs.hh156 fuse_mkdir_in mkdir; member in union:fuse_payloads_in
/freebsd-head/contrib/lib9p/pytest/
H A Dp9conn.py928 Issue create op (note that this may be mkdir, symlink, etc).
1187 def mkdir(self, dfid, name, mode, gid): member in class:P9Client
1188 "issue mkdir (.L)"
1195 self.badresp('mkdir {0} in '
1364 Unix-style open()-with-option-to-create, or mkdir().
1367 a Linux create or mkdir op, we will need a gid, but it's
1445 # Otherwise (mkdir), we need to open the file, as with
1487 # Try to create or mkdir as appropriate.
1489 # Use Linux style create / mkdir.
1493 return self.mkdir(startdi
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/freebsd-head/contrib/subversion/subversion/libsvn_client/
H A Dwc_editor.c131 mkdir(const char *abspath, function
220 SVN_ERR(mkdir(db->local_abspath, eb, result_pool));
305 SVN_ERR(mkdir(db->local_abspath, eb, result_pool));
/freebsd-head/sys/ufs/ffs/
H A Dsoftdep.h126 #define MKDIR_PARENT 0x000010 /* diradd, mkdir, jaddref, jsegdep only */
127 #define MKDIR_BODY 0x000020 /* diradd, mkdir, jaddref only */
235 #define WK_MKDIR(wk) ((struct mkdir *)(wk))
365 struct diradd *id_mkdiradd; /* diradd for a mkdir. */
666 * mkdir structures (see their description below). When these dependencies
703 * Two "mkdir" structures are needed to track the additional dependencies
710 * These additional dependencies are tracked by two mkdir structures that
714 * to identify which type of dependency the mkdir structure is tracking.
716 * checking. All the mkdir structures in the system are linked together on
718 * mkdir structure
726 struct mkdir { struct
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H A Dffs_softdep.c659 SOFTDEP_TYPE(MKDIR, mkdir, "New directory");
797 static void handle_written_mkdir(struct mkdir *, int);
831 static void complete_mkdir(struct mkdir *);
956 static struct mkdir *setup_newdir(struct diradd *, ino_t, ino_t, struct buf *,
957 struct mkdir **);
3828 struct mkdir *mkdir; local
3832 mkdir = NULL;
3843 mkdir = jaddref->ja_mkdir;
3844 WORKLIST_INSERT(&inodedep->id_bufwait, &mkdir
8811 struct mkdir *mkdir, *nextmd; local
8881 struct mkdir *mkdir; local
8961 struct mkdir *mkdir, *nextmd; local
9153 struct mkdir *mkdir; local
14175 struct mkdir *mkdir; local
14669 mkdir_print(struct mkdir *mkdir) argument
14773 struct mkdir *mkdir; local
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