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Swift System est désormais open source, d'après Apple qui annonce aussi la prise en charge de Linux pour la bibliothèque de programmation bas niveau
Destinée à faire oublier certaines tares du C

Le , par Patrick Ruiz

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Apple annonce la publication en open source de la bibliothèque Swift System ainsi que l’ajout de la prise en charge de Linux pour la bibliothèque de programmation bas niveau. Dans cette filière de la mise sur pied de programmes informatiques pour systèmes d’entrée/sortie de base (BIOS), chargeurs d’amorce et autres OS c’est le C qui règne en maître. Swift System pour sa part s’ouvre au public avec un objectif qu’Apple laisse glisser en d’autres termes : faire oublier certaines tares du langage C.

Apple a pour la première fois procédé à sa présentation au mois de juin. Swift System est une bibliothèque multiplateforme. Elle donne l’accès à un ensemble d’interfaces vers des appels système. Quelques exemples :

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/* 
This source file is part of the Swift System open source project 
  
Copyright (c) 2020 Apple Inc. and the Swift System project authors 
Licensed under Apache License v2.0 with Runtime Library Exception 
  
See https://swift.org/LICENSE.txt for license information 
*/ 
  
/// An abstract handle to an input or output data resource, 
/// such as a file or a socket. 
/// 
/// You are responsible for managing the lifetime and validity 
/// of `FileDescriptor` values, 
/// in the same way as you manage a raw C file handle. 
@frozen 
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
public struct FileDescriptor: RawRepresentable, Hashable, Codable { 
/// The raw C file handle. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public let rawValue: CInt 
  
/// Creates a strongly-typed file handle from a raw C file handle. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public init(rawValue: CInt) { self.rawValue = rawValue } 
} 
  
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FileDescriptor { 
/// The desired read and write access for a newly opened file. 
@frozen 
public struct AccessMode: RawRepresentable, Hashable, Codable { 
/// The raw C access mode. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public var rawValue: CInt 
  
/// Creates a strongly-typed access mode from a raw C access mode. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public init(rawValue: CInt) { self.rawValue = rawValue } 
  
/// Opens the file for reading only. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_RDONLY`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var readOnly: AccessMode { AccessMode(rawValue: _O_RDONLY) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "readOnly") 
public static var O_RDONLY: AccessMode { readOnly } 
  
/// Opens the file for writing only. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_WRONLY`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var writeOnly: AccessMode { AccessMode(rawValue: _O_WRONLY) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "writeOnly") 
public static var O_WRONLY: AccessMode { writeOnly } 
  
/// Opens the file for reading and writing. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_RDWR`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var readWrite: AccessMode { AccessMode(rawValue: _O_RDWR) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "readWrite") 
public static var O_RDWR: AccessMode { readWrite } 
} 
  
/// Options that specify behavior for a newly-opened file. 
@frozen 
public struct OpenOptions: OptionSet, Hashable, Codable { 
/// The raw C options. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public var rawValue: CInt 
  
/// Create a strongly-typed options value from raw C options. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public init(rawValue: CInt) { self.rawValue = rawValue } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
private init(_ raw: CInt) { self.init(rawValue: raw) } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file doesn't 
/// wait for the file or device to become available. 
/// 
/// If this option is specified, 
/// the system doesn't wait for the device or file 
/// to be ready or available. 
/// If the 
/// <doc:System/FileDescriptor/open(_:_:options:permissions:)-10dcs> 
/// call would result in the process being blocked for some reason, 
/// that method returns immediately. 
/// This flag also has the effect of making all 
/// subsequent input and output operations on the open file nonblocking. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_NONBLOCK`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var nonBlocking: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_NONBLOCK) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "nonBlocking") 
public static var O_NONBLOCK: OpenOptions { nonBlocking } 
  
/// Indicates that each write operation appends to the file. 
/// 
/// If this option is specified, 
/// each time you write to the file, 
/// the new data is written at the end of the file, 
/// after all existing file data. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_APPEND`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var append: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_APPEND) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "append") 
public static var O_APPEND: OpenOptions { append } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file creates the file if it doesn't exist. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_CREAT`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var create: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_CREAT) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "create") 
public static var O_CREAT: OpenOptions { create } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file truncates the file if it exists. 
/// 
/// If this option is specified and the file exists, 
/// the file is truncated to zero bytes 
/// before any other operations are performed. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_TRUNC`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var truncate: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_TRUNC) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "truncate") 
public static var O_TRUNC: OpenOptions { truncate } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file creates the file, 
/// expecting that it doesn't exist. 
/// 
/// If this option and ``create`` are both specified and the file exists, 
/// <doc:System/FileDescriptor/open(_:_:options:permissions:)-10dcs> 
/// returns an error instead of creating the file. 
/// You can use this, for example, 
/// to implement a simple exclusive-access locking mechanism. 
/// 
/// If this option and ``create`` are both specified 
/// and the last component of the file's path is a symbolic link, 
/// <doc:System/FileDescriptor/open(_:_:options:permissions:)-10dcs> 
/// fails even if the symbolic link points to a nonexistent name. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_EXCL`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var exclusiveCreate: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_EXCL) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "exclusiveCreate") 
public static var O_EXCL: OpenOptions { exclusiveCreate } 
  
#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(watchOS) || os(tvOS) 
/// Indicates that opening the file 
/// atomically obtains a shared lock on the file. 
/// 
/// Setting this option or the ``exclusiveLock`` option 
/// obtains a lock with `flock(2)` semantics. 
/// If you're creating a file using the ``create`` option, 
/// the request for the lock always succeeds 
/// except on file systems that don't support locking. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_SHLOCK`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var sharedLock: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_SHLOCK) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "sharedLock") 
public static var O_SHLOCK: OpenOptions { sharedLock } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file 
/// atomically obtains an exclusive lock. 
/// 
/// Setting this option or the ``sharedLock`` option. 
/// obtains a lock with `flock(2)` semantics. 
/// If you're creating a file using the ``create`` option, 
/// the request for the lock always succeeds 
/// except on file systems that don't support locking. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_EXLOCK`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var exclusiveLock: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_EXLOCK) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "exclusiveLock") 
public static var O_EXLOCK: OpenOptions { exclusiveLock } 
#endif 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file doesn't follow symlinks. 
/// 
/// If you specify this option 
/// and the file path you pass to 
/// <doc:System/FileDescriptor/open(_:_:options:permissions:)-10dcs> 
/// is a symbolic link, 
/// then that open operation fails. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_NOFOLLOW`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var noFollow: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_NOFOLLOW) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "noFollow") 
public static var O_NOFOLLOW: OpenOptions { noFollow } 
  
#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(watchOS) || os(tvOS) 
/// Indicates that opening the file 
/// opens symbolic links instead of following them. 
/// 
/// If you specify this option 
/// and the file path you pass to 
/// <doc:System/FileDescriptor/open(_:_:options:permissions:)-10dcs> 
/// is a symbolic link, 
/// then the link itself is opened instead of what it links to. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_SYMLINK`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var symlink: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_SYMLINK) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "symlink") 
public static var O_SYMLINK: OpenOptions { symlink } 
  
/// Indicates that opening the file monitors a file for changes. 
/// 
/// Specify this option when opening a file for event notifications, 
/// such as a file handle returned by the `kqueue(2)` function, 
/// rather than for reading or writing. 
/// Files opened with this option 
/// don't prevent their containing volume from being unmounted. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_EVTONLY`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var eventOnly: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_EVTONLY) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "eventOnly") 
public static var O_EVTONLY: OpenOptions { eventOnly } 
#endif 
  
/// Indicates that executing a program closes the file. 
/// 
/// Normally, file descriptors remain open 
/// across calls to the `exec(2)` family of functions. 
/// If you specify this option, 
/// the file descriptor is closed when replacing this process 
/// with another process. 
/// 
/// The state of the file 
/// descriptor flags can be inspected using `F_GETFD`, 
/// as described in the `fcntl(2)` man page. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `O_CLOEXEC`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var closeOnExec: OpenOptions { OpenOptions(_O_CLOEXEC) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "closeOnExec") 
public static var O_CLOEXEC: OpenOptions { closeOnExec } 
} 
  
/// Options for specifying what a file descriptor's offset is relative to. 
@frozen 
public struct SeekOrigin: RawRepresentable, Hashable, Codable { 
/// The raw C value. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public var rawValue: CInt 
  
/// Create a strongly-typed seek origin from a raw C value. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public init(rawValue: CInt) { self.rawValue = rawValue } 
  
/// Indicates that the offset should be set to the specified value. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `SEEK_SET`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var start: SeekOrigin { SeekOrigin(rawValue: _SEEK_SET) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "start") 
public static var SEEK_SET: SeekOrigin { start } 
  
/// Indicates that the offset should be set 
/// to the specified number of bytes after the current location. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `SEEK_CUR`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var current: SeekOrigin { SeekOrigin(rawValue: _SEEK_CUR) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "current") 
public static var SEEK_CUR: SeekOrigin { current } 
  
/// Indicates that the offset should be set 
/// to the size of the file plus the specified number of bytes. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `SEEK_END`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var end: SeekOrigin { SeekOrigin(rawValue: _SEEK_END) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "end") 
public static var SEEK_END: SeekOrigin { end } 
  
// TODO: These are available on some versions of Linux with appropriate 
// macro defines. 
#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(watchOS) || os(tvOS) 
/// Indicates that the offset should be set 
/// to the next hole after the specified number of bytes. 
/// 
/// For information about what is considered a hole, 
/// see the `lseek(2)` man page. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `SEEK_HOLE`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var nextHole: SeekOrigin { SeekOrigin(rawValue: _SEEK_HOLE) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "nextHole") 
public static var SEEK_HOLE: SeekOrigin { nextHole } 
  
/// Indicates that the offset should be set 
/// to the start of the next file region 
/// that isn't a hole 
/// and is greater than or equal to the supplied offset. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C constant is `SEEK_DATA`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var nextData: SeekOrigin { SeekOrigin(rawValue: _SEEK_DATA) } 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "nextData") 
public static var SEEK_DATA: SeekOrigin { nextData } 
#endif 
  
} 
} 
  
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FileDescriptor.AccessMode 
: CustomStringConvertible, CustomDebugStringConvertible 
{ 
/// A textual representation of the access mode. 
@inline(never) 
public var description: String { 
switch self { 
case .readOnly: return "readOnly" 
case .writeOnly: return "writeOnly" 
case .readWrite: return "readWrite" 
default: return "\(Self.self)(rawValue: \(self.rawValue))" 
} 
} 
  
/// A textual representation of the access mode, suitable for debugging 
public var debugDescription: String { self.description } 
} 
  
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FileDescriptor.SeekOrigin 
: CustomStringConvertible, CustomDebugStringConvertible 
{ 
/// A textual representation of the seek origin. 
@inline(never) 
public var description: String { 
switch self { 
case .start: return "start" 
case .current: return "current" 
case .end: return "end" 
#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(watchOS) || os(tvOS) 
case .nextHole: return "nextHole" 
case .nextData: return "nextData" 
#endif 
default: return "\(Self.self)(rawValue: \(self.rawValue))" 
} 
} 
  
/// A textual representation of the seek origin, suitable for debugging. 
public var debugDescription: String { self.description } 
} 
  
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FileDescriptor.OpenOptions 
: CustomStringConvertible, CustomDebugStringConvertible 
{ 
/// A textual representation of the open options. 
@inline(never) 
public var description: String { 
#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(watchOS) || os(tvOS) 
let descriptions: [(Element, StaticString)] = [ 
(.nonBlocking, ".nonBlocking"), 
(.append, ".append"), 
(.create, ".create"), 
(.truncate, ".truncate"), 
(.exclusiveCreate, ".exclusiveCreate"), 
(.sharedLock, ".sharedLock"), 
(.exclusiveLock, ".exclusiveLock"), 
(.noFollow, ".noFollow"), 
(.symlink, ".symlink"), 
(.eventOnly, ".eventOnly"), 
(.closeOnExec, ".closeOnExec") 
] 
#else 
let descriptions: [(Element, StaticString)] = [ 
(.nonBlocking, ".nonBlocking"), 
(.append, ".append"), 
(.create, ".create"), 
(.truncate, ".truncate"), 
(.exclusiveCreate, ".exclusiveCreate"), 
(.noFollow, ".noFollow"), 
(.closeOnExec, ".closeOnExec") 
] 
#endif 
  
return _buildDescription(descriptions) 
} 
  
/// A textual representation of the open options, suitable for debugging. 
public var debugDescription: String { self.description } 
}


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/* 
This source file is part of the Swift System open source project 
  
Copyright (c) 2020 Apple Inc. and the Swift System project authors 
Licensed under Apache License v2.0 with Runtime Library Exception 
  
See https://swift.org/LICENSE.txt for license information 
*/ 
  
@_implementationOnly import SystemInternals 
  
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FileDescriptor { 
/// Opens or creates a file for reading or writing. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - path: The location of the file to open. 
/// - mode: The read and write access to use. 
/// - options: The behavior for opening the file. 
/// - permissions: The file permissions to use for created files. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the open operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: A file descriptor for the open file 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `open`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static func open( 
_ path: FilePath, 
_ mode: FileDescriptor.AccessMode, 
options: FileDescriptor.OpenOptions = FileDescriptor.OpenOptions(), 
permissions: FilePermissions? = nil, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> FileDescriptor { 
try path.withCString { 
try FileDescriptor.open( 
$0, mode, options: options, permissions: permissions, retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) 
} 
} 
  
/// Opens or creates a file for reading or writing. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - path: The location of the file to open. 
/// - mode: The read and write access to use. 
/// - options: The behavior for opening the file. 
/// - permissions: The file permissions to use for created files. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the open operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: A file descriptor for the open file 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `open`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static func open( 
_ path: UnsafePointer<CChar>, 
_ mode: FileDescriptor.AccessMode, 
options: FileDescriptor.OpenOptions = FileDescriptor.OpenOptions(), 
permissions: FilePermissions? = nil, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> FileDescriptor { 
try FileDescriptor._open( 
path, mode, options: options, permissions: permissions, retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt 
).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal static func _open( 
_ path: UnsafePointer<CChar>, 
_ mode: FileDescriptor.AccessMode, 
options: FileDescriptor.OpenOptions, 
permissions: FilePermissions?, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) -> Result<FileDescriptor, Errno> { 
let oFlag = mode.rawValue | options.rawValue 
let descOrError: Result<CInt, Errno> = valueOrErrno(retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) { 
if let permissions = permissions { 
return system_open(path, oFlag, permissions.rawValue) 
} 
precondition(!options.contains(.create), 
"Create must be given permissions") 
return system_open(path, oFlag) 
} 
return descOrError.map { FileDescriptor(rawValue: $0) } 
} 
  
/// Deletes a file descriptor. 
/// 
/// Deletes the file descriptor from the per-process object reference table. 
/// If this is the last reference to the underlying object, 
/// the object will be deactivated. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `close`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public func close() throws { try _close().get() } 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _close() -> Result<(), Errno> { 
nothingOrErrno(system_close(self.rawValue)) 
} 
  
/// Reposition the offset for the given file descriptor. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - offset: The new offset for the file descriptor. 
/// - whence: The origin of the new offset. 
/// - Returns: The file's offset location, 
/// in bytes from the beginning of the file. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `lseek`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@discardableResult 
public func seek( 
offset: Int64, from whence: FileDescriptor.SeekOrigin 
) throws -> Int64 { 
try _seek(offset: offset, from: whence).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _seek( 
offset: Int64, from whence: FileDescriptor.SeekOrigin 
) -> Result<Int64, Errno> { 
let newOffset = system_lseek(self.rawValue, COffT(offset), whence.rawValue) 
return valueOrErrno(Int64(newOffset)) 
} 
  
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "seek") 
public func lseek( 
offset: Int64, from whence: FileDescriptor.SeekOrigin 
) throws -> Int64 { 
try seek(offset: offset, from: whence) 
} 
  
/// Reads bytes at the current file offset into a buffer. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - buffer: The region of memory to read into. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the read operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: The number of bytes that were read. 
/// 
/// The <doc://com.apple.documentation/documentation/swift/unsafemutablerawbufferpointer/3019191-count> property of `buffer` 
/// determines the maximum number of bytes that are read into that buffer. 
/// 
/// After reading, 
/// this method increments the file's offset by the number of bytes read. 
/// To change the file's offset, 
/// call the ``seek(offset:from:)`` method. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `read`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public func read( 
into buffer: UnsafeMutableRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try _read(into: buffer, retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _read( 
into buffer: UnsafeMutableRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Result<Int, Errno> { 
valueOrErrno(retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) { 
system_read(self.rawValue, buffer.baseAddress, buffer.count) 
} 
} 
  
/// Reads bytes at the specified offset into a buffer. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - offset: The file offset where reading begins. 
/// - buffer: The region of memory to read into. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the read operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: The number of bytes that were read. 
/// 
/// The <doc://com.apple.documentation/documentation/swift/unsafemutablerawbufferpointer/3019191-count> property of `buffer` 
/// determines the maximum number of bytes that are read into that buffer. 
/// 
/// Unlike <doc:System/FileDescriptor/read(into:retryOnInterrupt:)>, 
/// this method leaves the file's existing offset unchanged. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `pread`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public func read( 
fromAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
into buffer: UnsafeMutableRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try _read( 
fromAbsoluteOffset: offset, 
into: buffer, 
retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt 
).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _read( 
fromAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
into buffer: UnsafeMutableRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool 
) -> Result<Int, Errno> { 
valueOrErrno(retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) { 
system_pread(self.rawValue, buffer.baseAddress, buffer.count, COffT(offset)) 
} 
} 
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "read") 
public func pread( 
fromAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
into buffer: UnsafeMutableRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try read( 
fromAbsoluteOffset: offset, 
into: buffer, 
retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) 
} 
  
/// Writes the contents of a buffer at the current file offset. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - buffer: The region of memory that contains the data being written. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the write operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: The number of bytes that were written. 
/// 
/// After writing, 
/// this method increments the file's offset by the number of bytes written. 
/// To change the file's offset, 
/// call the ``seek(offset:from:)`` method. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `write`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public func write( 
_ buffer: UnsafeRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try _write(buffer, retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _write( 
_ buffer: UnsafeRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool 
) -> Result<Int, Errno> { 
valueOrErrno(retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) { 
system_write(self.rawValue, buffer.baseAddress, buffer.count) 
} 
} 
  
/// Writes the contents of a buffer at the specified offset. 
/// 
/// - Parameters: 
/// - offset: The file offset where writing begins. 
/// - buffer: The region of memory that contains the data being written. 
/// - retryOnInterrupt: Whether to retry the write operation 
/// if it throws ``Errno/interrupted``. 
/// The default is `true`. 
/// Pass `false` to try only once and throw an error upon interruption. 
/// - Returns: The number of bytes that were written. 
/// 
/// Unlike ``write(_:retryOnInterrupt:)``, 
/// this method leaves the file's existing offset unchanged. 
/// 
/// The corresponding C function is `pwrite`. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public func write( 
toAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
_ buffer: UnsafeRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try _write(toAbsoluteOffset: offset, buffer, retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt).get() 
} 
  
@usableFromInline 
internal func _write( 
toAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
_ buffer: UnsafeRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool 
) -> Result<Int, Errno> { 
valueOrErrno(retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) { 
system_pwrite(self.rawValue, buffer.baseAddress, buffer.count, COffT(offset)) 
} 
} 
  
  
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
@available(*, unavailable, renamed: "write") 
public func pwrite( 
toAbsoluteOffset offset: Int64, 
into buffer: UnsafeRawBufferPointer, 
retryOnInterrupt: Bool = true 
) throws -> Int { 
try write( 
toAbsoluteOffset: offset, 
buffer, 
retryOnInterrupt: retryOnInterrupt) 
} 
}

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/* 
This source file is part of the Swift System open source project 
 
Copyright (c) 2020 Apple Inc. and the Swift System project authors 
Licensed under Apache License v2.0 with Runtime Library Exception 
 
See https://swift.org/LICENSE.txt for license information 
*/ 
 
/// The access permissions for a file. 
/// 
/// The following example 
/// creates an instance of the `FilePermissions` structure 
/// from a raw octal literal and compares it 
/// to a file permission created using named options: 
/// 
/// let perms = FilePermissions(rawValue: 0o644) 
/// perms == [.ownerReadWrite, .groupRead, .otherRead] // true 
@frozen 
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
public struct FilePermissions: OptionSet, Hashable, Codable { 
/// The raw C file permissions. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public let rawValue: CModeT 
 
/// Create a strongly-typed file permission from a raw C value. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public init(rawValue: CModeT) { self.rawValue = rawValue } 
 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
private init(_ raw: CModeT) { self.init(rawValue: raw) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have read-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherRead: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o4) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have write-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o2) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have execute-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o1) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have read-write permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherReadWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o6) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have read-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherReadExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o5) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have write-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o3) } 
 
/// Indicates that other users have read, write, and execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var otherReadWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o7) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has read-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupRead: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o40) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has write-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o20) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has execute-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o10) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has read-write permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupReadWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o60) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has read-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupReadExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o50) } 
 
 
 
/// Indicates that the group has write-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o30) } 
 
/// Indicates that the group has read, write, and execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var groupReadWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o70) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has read-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerRead: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o400) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has write-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o200) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has execute-only permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o100) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has read-write permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerReadWrite: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o600) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has read-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerReadExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o500) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has write-execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o300) } 
 
/// Indicates that the owner has read, write, and execute permission. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var ownerReadWriteExecute: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o700) } 
 
/// Indicates that the file is executed as the owner. 
/// 
/// For more information, see the `setuid(2)` man page. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var setUserID: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o4000) } 
 
/// Indicates that the file is executed as the group. 
/// 
/// For more information, see the `setgid(2)` man page. 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var setGroupID: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o2000) } 
 
/// Indicates that executable's text segment 
/// should be kept in swap space even after it exits. 
/// 
/// For more information, see the `chmod(2)` man page's 
/// discussion of `S_ISVTX` (the sticky bit). 
@_alwaysEmitIntoClient 
public static var saveText: FilePermissions { FilePermissions(0o1000) } 
} 
 
// @available(macOS 10.16, iOS 14.0, watchOS 7.0, tvOS 14.0, *) 
extension FilePermissions 
: CustomStringConvertible, CustomDebugStringConvertible 
{ 
/// A textual representation of the file permissions. 
@inline(never) 
public var description: String { 
let descriptions: [(Element, StaticString)] = [ 
(.ownerReadWriteExecute, ".ownerReadWriteExecute"), 
(.ownerReadWrite, ".ownerReadWrite"), 
(.ownerReadExecute, ".ownerReadExecute"), 
(.ownerWriteExecute, ".ownerWriteExecute"), 
(.ownerRead, ".ownerRead"), 
(.ownerWrite, ".ownerWrite"), 
(.ownerExecute, ".ownerExecute"), 
(.groupReadWriteExecute, ".groupReadWriteExecute"), 
(.groupReadWrite, ".groupReadWrite"), 
(.groupReadExecute, ".groupReadExecute"), 
(.groupWriteExecute, ".groupWriteExecute"), 
(.groupRead, ".groupRead"), 
(.groupWrite, ".groupWrite"), 
(.groupExecute, ".groupExecute"), 
(.otherReadWriteExecute, ".otherReadWriteExecute"), 
(.otherReadWrite, ".otherReadWrite"), 
(.otherReadExecute, ".otherReadExecute"), 
(.otherWriteExecute, ".otherWriteExecute"), 
(.otherRead, ".otherRead"), 
(.otherWrite, ".otherWrite"), 
(.otherExecute, ".otherExecute"), 
(.setUserID, ".setUserID"), 
(.setGroupID, ".setGroupID"), 
(.saveText, ".saveText") 
] 
 
return _buildDescription(descriptions) 
} 
 
/// A textual representation of the file permissions, suitable for debugging. 
public var debugDescription: String { self.description } 
}
L’intérêt de l’utilisation de Swift System réside dans une comparaison qu’Apple fait avec les interfaces à des appels système rédigées en langage C : « La plupart des systèmes d'exploitation actuels prennent en charge certaines interfaces système écrites en C qui existent depuis des décennies. Bien qu'il soit possible d'utiliser ces API directement à partir de Swift, ces interfaces système faiblement typées importées du C peuvent mener à des erreurs et sont peu pratiques. La bibliothèque System introduit diverses fonctionnalités du langage pour améliorer l'expressivité et éliminer ces possibilités d'erreurs. » Par exemple, System définit l'appel système open comme une fonction statique avec des arguments par défaut dans l'espace de nommage FileDescriptor :


« Le résultat c’est du code qui se lit et se comporte comme du Swift idiomatique », commente Apple.


« System en est encore au stade l’enfance », précise Apple. Lors de la publication de la feuille de route de la version 5.3 du langage Swift, Apple avait annoncé que cette version allait apporter de profondes améliorations de performances ainsi que la prise en charge sur Windows. Beaucoup de chemin reste à parcourir et l’un des chantiers est justement la prise en charge de Swift System pour le développement sous Windows après le cas Linux.

Source : Apple

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Swift 5.2 est disponible avec une nouvelle architecture de diagnostic, qui vise à améliorer la qualité et la précision des messages d'erreur
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