// Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.

// Process etc.

package os

import (
	
	
	
)

// Args hold the command-line arguments, starting with the program name.
var Args []string

func init() {
	if runtime.GOOS == "windows" {
		// Initialized in exec_windows.go.
		return
	}
	Args = runtime_args()
}

func runtime_args() []string // in package runtime

// Getuid returns the numeric user id of the caller.
//
// On Windows, it returns -1.
func () int { return syscall.Getuid() }

// Geteuid returns the numeric effective user id of the caller.
//
// On Windows, it returns -1.
func () int { return syscall.Geteuid() }

// Getgid returns the numeric group id of the caller.
//
// On Windows, it returns -1.
func () int { return syscall.Getgid() }

// Getegid returns the numeric effective group id of the caller.
//
// On Windows, it returns -1.
func () int { return syscall.Getegid() }

// Getgroups returns a list of the numeric ids of groups that the caller belongs to.
//
// On Windows, it returns syscall.EWINDOWS. See the os/user package
// for a possible alternative.
func () ([]int, error) {
	,  := syscall.Getgroups()
	return , NewSyscallError("getgroups", )
}

// Exit causes the current program to exit with the given status code.
// Conventionally, code zero indicates success, non-zero an error.
// The program terminates immediately; deferred functions are not run.
//
// For portability, the status code should be in the range [0, 125].
func ( int) {
	if  == 0 {
		if testlog.PanicOnExit0() {
			// We were told to panic on calls to os.Exit(0).
			// This is used to fail tests that make an early
			// unexpected call to os.Exit(0).
			panic("unexpected call to os.Exit(0) during test")
		}

		// Give race detector a chance to fail the program.
		// Racy programs do not have the right to finish successfully.
		runtime_beforeExit()
	}
	syscall.Exit()
}

func runtime_beforeExit() // implemented in runtime