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       ixp_open, ixp_create, IxpCFid, IxpOMode


       #include <ixp.h>

       IxpCFid *ixp_open(IxpClient *c, const char *path, uint8_t mode);

       IxpCFid *ixp_create(IxpClient *c, const char *path, uint perm, uint8_t mode);

       typedef struct IxpCFid IxpCFid;
       struct IxpCFid {
               uint32_t        fid;
               IxpQid          qid;
               uint8_t         mode;
               uint            open;
               uint            iounit;
               uint32_t        offset;
               IxpClient*      client;

               /* Private members */

       enum IxpOMode {
               P9_OREAD        = 0,    /* open for read */
               P9_OWRITE       = 1,    /* write */
               P9_ORDWR        = 2,    /* read and write */
               P9_OEXEC        = 3,    /* execute, == read but check execute permission */
               P9_OTRUNC       = 16,   /* or'ed in (except for exec), truncate file first */
               P9_OCEXEC       = 32,   /* or'ed in, close on exec */
               P9_ORCLOSE      = 64,   /* or'ed in, remove on close */
               P9_ODIRECT      = 128,  /* or'ed in, direct access */
               P9_ONONBLOCK    = 256,  /* or'ed in, non-blocking call */
               P9_OEXCL        = 0x1000,       /* or'ed in, exclusive use (create only) */
               P9_OLOCK        = 0x2000,       /* or'ed in, lock after opening */
               P9_OAPPEND      = 0x4000        /* or'ed in, append only */


       path   The path of the file to open or create.

       perm   The  permissions  with which to create the new file. These will be ANDed with those
              of the parent directory by the server.

       mode   The file's open mode.


       ixp_open and ixp_create each open a file at path.  mode must  include  OREAD,  OWRITE,  or
       ORDWR,   and  may  include  any  of  the  modes  specified  in  IxpOMode(3).   ixp_create,
       additionally, creates a file at path if it doesn't already exist.


       A pointer on which to operate on the newly opened file.


       ixp_mount(3), ixp_read(3), ixp_write(3), ixp_print(3), ixp_fstat(3), ixp_close(3)