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TITLE : SerialSend | ad hocumentation • n. fast, instinctive documentation of ideas and solutions.
FlushFileBuffers(hSerial);.......
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TITLE : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About fsync() - xavier roche's homework
On Windows, using FlushFileBuffers() is probably the way to go........
http://blog.httrack.com/blog/2013/11/15/everything-you-always-wanted-to-know-about-fsync
TITLE : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About fsync() - xavier roche's homework
On Windowsc err, there is no clear answer. You can not call FlushFileBuffers() on a directory handle as far as I can see........
http://blog.httrack.com/blog/2013/11/15/everything-you-always-wanted-to-know-about-fsync
TITLE : Example Code - Named Pipes (Python 2.4 + ctypes on Windows) - Python
windll.kernel32.FlushFileBuffers(hPipe).......
http://bytes.com/topic/python/answers/43082-example-code-named-pipes-python-2-4-ctypes-windows
TITLE : Computer audio interface to wire-based telephone network
FlushFileBuffers( hCom );.......
http://colinfahey.com/phone_interface/phone_interface.html
TITLE : This Old Pipe
FlushFileBuffers(hPipe); // Flush to client.......
http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/29772
TITLE : Serial Communications :: Chapter 5. Using Serial and Infrared Ports :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
The first parameter is the handle to the open serial device, and is followed by dwFlags, which specifies which queue to purge. You can set this to PURGE_RXCLEAR to clear the receive buffer, or to PURGE_TXCLEAR to purge the transfer buffer. In addition, if you want to ensure that the contents of the transfer buffer are sent before you purge them, you can also call the FlushFileBuffers() function (which takes only the handle to the serial device) before using PurgeComm()........
http://etutorials.org/Programming/Pocket+pc+network+programming/Chapter+5.+Using+Serial+and+Infrared+Ports/Serial+Communications/
TITLE : Maestro C Serial communication - Servo controllers and servos - Pololu Forum
success = FlushFileBuffers(port);.......
http://forum.pololu.com/t/maestro-c-serial-communication/3181
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
* func FlushFileBuffers(handle Handle) (err error).......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
func FlushFileBuffers(handle Handle) (err error).......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : Pipe.cpp
FlushFileBuffers(_Handle);.......
http://graphics.stanford.edu/~mdfisher/Code/Engine/Pipe.cpp.html
TITLE : FlushFileBuffers function (Windows)
BOOL WINAPI FlushFileBuffers(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364439(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : hard drive - Data syncing behavior for filesystems in Windows - Server Fault
@ptman: I am well aware of POSIX's fsync(), fdatasync() and Windows's _commit(), FlushFileBuffers(). That is exactly why I would like to increase commit interval for instance, to reduce storage activity and perform syncing only on demand (via appropriate API calls), "lengthening" flash memory life. ? przemoc May 25 '13 at 9:41.......
http://serverfault.com/questions/509049/data-syncing-behavior-for-filesystems-in-windows
TITLE : winapi - Win32: Write to file without buffering? - Stack Overflow
Next thing I tried was to manually flush the file after each write, with FlushFileBuffers(myHandle). This makes the observed file size grow nice and steady, as expected........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/317801/win32-write-to-file-without-buffering
TITLE : winapi - Win32: Write to file without buffering? - Stack Overflow
and the 'forced (manual) flush' version (FlushFileBuffers() is called every ~2.5 seconds):.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/317801/win32-write-to-file-without-buffering
TITLE : c++ - FlushFileBuffers on already writen file - Stack Overflow
The question is: If I wrote the data with component (ex: ComponentX->WriteToFile(filename) ) can I then use Handle = OpenFile(filename) and then FlushFileBuffers(Handle) to ensure the consistency of the data? Or this trick will not work?.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9047634/flushfilebuffers-on-already-writen-file
TITLE : c++ - FlushFileBuffers on already writen file - Stack Overflow
You could flush the entire volume. Also done with FlushFileBuffers(), using a handle to the volume. It is unclear how you hope to do this just after the app closed the file. And somebody trips over the power cord right in between. Get a UPS for a real (and fast) fix. ? Hans Passant Jan 28 '12 at 19:24.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9047634/flushfilebuffers-on-already-writen-file
TITLE : UpdateToFile contain a bug (Page 1) / Big Table / mORMot Open Source
FlushFileBuffers(fFile);.......
http://synopse.info/forum/viewtopic.php@id=412
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