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6957378: JMX memory leak Reviewed-by: emcmanus, kevinw
author coffeys
date Fri, 05 Nov 2010 17:15:44 +0000
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#include "FileSystemSupport_md.h"

 * Return the local filesystem's path-separator character.
char pathSeparator();

 * Compare two filenames represent and tell if they represent the same file
 * or not.
int filenameStrcmp(const char* s1, const char* s2);

 * Post-process the given URI path string if necessary.  This is used on
 * win32, e.g., to transform "/c:/foo" into "c:/foo".  The path string
 * still has slash separators; code in the File class will translate them
 * after this method returns.
char* fromURIPath(const char* path);

 * Return the basen path of the given pathname. If the string is already
 * the base path then it is simply returned.
char* basePath(const char* path);

 * Convert the given pathname string to normal form.  If the string is
 * already in normal form then it is simply returned.
char* normalize(const char* path);

 * Tell whether or not the given abstract pathname is absolute.
int isAbsolute(const char * path);

 * Resolve the child pathname string against the parent.
char* resolve(const char* parent, const char* child);

 * Convert a pathname to canonical form.
 * -- compiled in from src/<platform>/native/java/io/canonicalize_md.c
int canonicalize(char *original, char *resolved, int len);