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NAME

       zip_close - close zip archive

LIBRARY

       libzip (-lzip)

SYNOPSIS

       #include <zip.h>

       int zip_close(struct zip *archive);

DESCRIPTION

       The zip_close function closes archive and frees the memory allocated for it.  If any files
       within were changed, those changes are written to disk first.  If writing  changes  fails,
       zip_close  fails and archive is left unchanged.  If archive contains no files, the file is
       completely removed (no empty archive is written).

RETURN VALUES

       Upon successful completion 0 is returned.  Otherwise, -1 is returned and the error code in
       archive is set to indicate the error.

ERRORS

       zip_close will fail if:

              [ZIP_ER_EOF]
                  Unexpected end-of-file found while reading from a file.

              [ZIP_ER_INTERNAL]
                  The callback function of an added or replaced file returned an error but failed
                  to report which.

              [ZIP_ER_INVAL]
                  The path argument is NULL.

              [ZIP_ER_MEMORY]
                  Required memory could not be allocated.

              [ZIP_ER_NOZIP]
                  File is not a zip archive.

              [ZIP_ER_READ]
                  A file read failed.

              [ZIP_ER_RENAME]
                  A temporary file could not be renamed to its final name.

              [ZIP_ER_SEEK]
                  A file seek failed.

              [ZIP_ER_TMPOPEN]
                  A temporary file could not be created.

              [ZIP_ER_WRITE]
                  A file write failed.

              [ZIP_ER_ZLIB]
                  An error occurred while (de)compressing a stream with zlib(3).
       Additionally, any errors returned by the callback function for  added  or  replaced  files
       will be passed back.

SEE ALSO

       libzip(3), zip_error_get(3), zip_fdopen(3), zip_open(3), zip_strerror(3)

AUTHORS

       Dieter Baron <dillo@giga.or.at> and Thomas Klausner <tk@giga.or.at>