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fuse_parse_cmdlineFUSE helper function to parse command line arguments

#include <fuse.h>

fuse_parse_cmdline(struct fuse_args *args, char **mp, int *mt, int *fg);

() is a helper function to parse standard FUSE arguments. args can be constructed using the FUSE_ARGS_INIT(3) macro.

() supports the following arguments.

, -odebug
Causes debug information for subsequent FUSE library calls to be output to stderr. Implies -f.
If this is specified then fg will be set to 1 on success. This flag indicates that the file system should not detach from the controlling terminal and run in the foreground.
, --help, -ho
Print usage information for the options supported by fuse_parse_cmdline().
If this is specified then mt will be set to 0 on success. This flag indicates that the file system should be run in multi-threaded mode. -s is currently ignored and mt will always be 0.
, --version
Print the FUSE library version to stderr.

If the first argument not recognised by () is a valid directory then mp will be set to the canonicalized absolute pathname of this directory.

The fuse_parse_cmdline() function will return 0 on success and -1 if -h, --help, -ho, -v or --version are included in argv or mp does not exist or is not a directory.

FUSE_ARGS_INIT(3), fuse_daemonize(3), fuse_main(3), fuse_setup(3)

The fuse_parse_cmdline() function conforms to FUSE 2.6.

The fuse_parse_cmdline() function first appeared in OpenBSD 5.4.

Sylvestre Gallon <‍>
Helg Bredow <‍>

November 28, 2018 OpenBSD-current