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vrb_give - create a new virtual ring buffer
#include <vrb.h> vrb_p vrb_give(vrb_p vrb, size_t size);
vrb_give specifies how much data has been placed into the empty portion of the virtual ring buffer by the caller. The caller will have called vrb_empty_len(3) and vrb_empty_ptr(3) to get the length of empty space in the buffer and a pointer to it, and having placed some data into that space, starting from the pointer obtained and placing no more that the length obtained.
vrb_p vrb specifies which virtual ring buffer. size_t size specifies the length of data that has been placed into the virtual ring buffer empty space by the caller.
int On success, 0 is returned. On error, -1 is returned.
If an error is returned, then errno will have one of the following values: EINVAL An invalid virtual ring buffer pointer was specified. ENOSPC The specified length is greater than the empty space in the virtual ring buffer.
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