FCGI_Finish man page

NAME
FCGI_Finish
- fcgi_stdio compatibility library

SYNOPSIS
#include "fcgi_stdio.h"

void
FCGI_Finish(void);

DESCRIPTION
The FCGI_Finish function finishes the current request from the
HTTP server. The current request was started by the most recent
call to FCGI_Accept(3).

FCGI_Finish allows an application to interleave other activities
with the processing of requests. In an extreme case, an
application would call FCGI_Finish to complete the current
request before exiting, e.g. to reclaim leaked storage.

In completing the current request, FCGI_Finish may detect
errors, e.g. a broken pipe to a client who has disconnected
early. FCGI_Finish ignores such errors. An application
that wishes to handle such errors should explicitly call
fclose(stderr), then fclose(stdout); an EOF return from
either one indicates an error.

FCGI_Finish frees any storage allocated by the most recent call
to FCGI_Accept. See FCGI_Accept(3) for warnings against retaining
pointers to this storage.

SEE ALSO
FCGI_Accept(3)

HISTORY
Copyright (c) 1996 Open Market, Inc.
See the file "LICENSE.TERMS" for information on usage and redistribution
of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
$Id: FCGI_Finish.3,v 1.1.1.1 1997/09/16 15:36:25 stanleyg Exp $

Referenced By

FCGI_Accept(3).