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1/* vmsish.h
2 *
3 * VMS-specific C header file for perl5.
4 *
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5 * Last revised: 18-Feb-1997 by Charles Bailey bailey@genetics.upenn.edu
6 * Version: 5.3.28
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7 */
8
9#ifndef __vmsish_h_included
10#define __vmsish_h_included
11
12#include <descrip.h> /* for dirent struct definitions */
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13#include <libdef.h> /* status codes for various places */
14#include <rmsdef.h> /* at which errno and vaxc$errno are */
15#include <ssdef.h> /* explicitly set in the perl source code */
4fdae800 16#include <stsdef.h> /* bitmasks for exit status testing */
748a9306 17
4633a7c4 18/* Suppress compiler warnings from DECC for VMS-specific extensions:
36477c24 19 * GLOBALEXT, NOSHAREEXT, READONLYEXT: global[dr]ef declarations
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20 * ADDRCONSTEXT,NEEDCONSTEXT: initialization of data with non-constant values
21 * (e.g. pointer fields of descriptors)
22 */
23#ifdef __DECC
36477c24 24# pragma message disable (GLOBALEXT,NOSHAREEXT,READONLYEXT,ADDRCONSTEXT,NEEDCONSTEXT)
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25#endif
26
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27/* DEC's C compilers and gcc use incompatible definitions of _to(upp|low)er() */
28#ifdef _toupper
29# undef _toupper
30#endif
31#define _toupper(c) (((c) < 'a' || (c) > 'z') ? (c) : (c) & ~040)
32#ifdef _tolower
33# undef _tolower
34#endif
35#define _tolower(c) (((c) < 'A' || (c) > 'Z') ? (c) : (c) | 040)
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36/* DECC 1.3 has a funny definition of abs; it's fixed in DECC 4.0, so this
37 * can go away once DECC 1.3 isn't in use any more. */
38#if defined(__ALPHA) && defined(__DECC)
39#undef abs
40#define abs(__x) __ABS(__x)
41#undef labs
42#define labs(__x) __LABS(__x)
43#endif /* __ALPHA && __DECC */
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44
45/* Assorted things to look like Unix */
46#ifdef __GNUC__
47#ifndef _IOLBF /* gcc's stdio.h doesn't define this */
48#define _IOLBF 1
49#endif
748a9306 50#endif
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51#include <processes.h> /* for vfork() */
52#include <unixio.h>
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53#include <unixlib.h>
54#include <file.h> /* it's not <sys/file.h>, so don't use I_SYS_FILE */
774d564b 55#if defined(__DECC) && defined(__DECC_VER) && __DECC_VER > 20000000
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56# include <unistd.h> /* DECC has this; VAXC and gcc don't */
57#endif
bf109933 58
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59#ifdef NO_PERL_TYPEDEFS /* a2p; we don't want Perl's special routines */
60# define DONT_MASK_RTL_CALLS
61#endif
62
63 /* defined for vms.c so we can see CRTL | defined for a2p */
64#ifndef DONT_MASK_RTL_CALLS
65# ifdef getenv
66# undef getenv
67# endif
68# define getenv(v) my_getenv(v) /* getenv used for regular logical names */
69#endif
70
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71/* DECC introduces this routine in the RTL as of VMS 7.0; for now,
72 * we'll use ours, since it gives us the full VMS exit status. */
73#ifdef __PID_T
74# define Pid_t pid_t
75#else
76# define Pid_t unsigned int
77#endif
78#define waitpid my_waitpid
79
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80/* Our own contribution to PerlShr's global symbols . . . */
81#ifdef EMBED
82# define my_trnlnm Perl_my_trnlnm
83# define my_getenv Perl_my_getenv
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84# define prime_env_iter Perl_prime_env_iter
85# define my_setenv Perl_my_setenv
bf109933 86# define my_crypt Perl_my_crypt
4fdae800 87# define my_waitpid Perl_my_waitpid
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88# define my_gconvert Perl_my_gconvert
89# define do_rmdir Perl_do_rmdir
90# define kill_file Perl_kill_file
8cc95fdb 91# define my_mkdir Perl_my_mkdir
bf109933 92# define my_utime Perl_my_utime
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93# define rmsexpand Perl_rmsexpand
94# define rmsexpand_ts Perl_rmsexpand_ts
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95# define fileify_dirspec Perl_fileify_dirspec
96# define fileify_dirspec_ts Perl_fileify_dirspec_ts
97# define pathify_dirspec Perl_pathify_dirspec
98# define pathify_dirspec_ts Perl_pathify_dirspec_ts
99# define tounixspec Perl_tounixspec
100# define tounixspec_ts Perl_tounixspec_ts
101# define tovmsspec Perl_tovmsspec
102# define tovmsspec_ts Perl_tovmsspec_ts
103# define tounixpath Perl_tounixpath
104# define tounixpath_ts Perl_tounixpath_ts
105# define tovmspath Perl_tovmspath
106# define tovmspath_ts Perl_tovmspath_ts
84902520 107# define vms_image_init Perl_vms_image_init
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108# define opendir Perl_opendir
109# define readdir Perl_readdir
110# define telldir Perl_telldir
111# define seekdir Perl_seekdir
112# define closedir Perl_closedir
113# define vmsreaddirversions Perl_vmsreaddirversions
7b62b82b 114#if __VMS_VER < 70000000 || __DECC_VER < 50200000
bf109933 115# define my_gmtime Perl_my_gmtime
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116# define my_localtime Perl_my_localtime
117# define my_time Perl_my_time
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118# define my_sigemptyset Perl_my_sigemptyset
119# define my_sigfillset Perl_my_sigfillset
120# define my_sigaddset Perl_my_sigaddset
121# define my_sigdelset Perl_my_sigdelset
122# define my_sigismember Perl_my_sigismember
123# define my_sigprocmask Perl_my_sigprocmask
7b62b82b 124#endif
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125# define cando_by_name Perl_cando_by_name
126# define flex_fstat Perl_flex_fstat
127# define flex_stat Perl_flex_stat
128# define trim_unixpath Perl_trim_unixpath
0414b1a0 129# define my_vfork Perl_my_vfork
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130# define vms_do_aexec Perl_vms_do_aexec
131# define vms_do_exec Perl_vms_do_exec
132# define do_aspawn Perl_do_aspawn
133# define do_spawn Perl_do_spawn
134# define my_fwrite Perl_my_fwrite
d27fe803 135# define my_flush Perl_my_flush
0414b1a0 136# define my_binmode Perl_my_binmode
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137# define my_getpwnam Perl_my_getpwnam
138# define my_getpwuid Perl_my_getpwuid
139# define my_getpwent Perl_my_getpwent
140# define my_endpwent Perl_my_endpwent
141# define my_getlogin Perl_my_getlogin
142# define rmscopy Perl_rmscopy
143# define init_os_extras Perl_init_os_extras
144#endif
145
146/* Delete if at all possible, changing protections if necessary. */
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147#define unlink kill_file
148
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149/*
150 * Intercept calls to fork, so we know whether subsequent calls to
151 * exec should be handled in VMSish or Unixish style.
152 */
153#define fork my_vfork
aa689395 154#ifndef DONT_MASK_RTL_CALLS /* #defined in vms.c so we see real vfork */
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155# ifdef vfork
156# undef vfork
157# endif
158# define vfork my_vfork
159#endif
160
161/* BIG_TIME:
162 * This symbol is defined if Time_t is an unsigned type on this system.
163 */
164#define BIG_TIME
165
166/* USE_STAT_RDEV:
167 * This symbol is defined if this system has a stat structure declaring
168 * st_rdev
e518068a 169 */
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170#define USE_STAT_RDEV /**/
171
172/* ACME_MESS:
173 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that error messages should be
174 * should be generated in a format that allows the use of the Acme
175 * GUI/editor's autofind feature.
176 */
177#undef ACME_MESS /**/
e518068a 178
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179/* ALTERNATE_SHEBANG:
180 * This symbol, if defined, contains a "magic" string which may be used
181 * as the first line of a Perl program designed to be executed directly
182 * by name, instead of the standard Unix #!. If ALTERNATE_SHEBANG
183 * begins with a character other then #, then Perl will only treat
184 * it as a command line if if finds the string "perl" in the first
185 * word; otherwise it's treated as the first line of code in the script.
186 * (IOW, Perl won't hand off to another interpreter via an alternate
187 * shebang sequence that might be legal Perl code.)
188 */
189#define ALTERNATE_SHEBANG "$"
190
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191/* Macros to set errno using the VAX thread-safe calls, if present */
192#if (defined(__DECC) || defined(__DECCXX)) && !defined(__ALPHA)
193# define set_errno(v) (cma$tis_errno_set_value(v))
774d564b 194 void cma$tis_errno_set_value(int __value); /* missing in some errno.h */
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195# define set_vaxc_errno(v) (vaxc$errno = (v))
196#else
197# define set_errno(v) (errno = (v))
198# define set_vaxc_errno(v) (vaxc$errno = (v))
199#endif
200
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201/* Support for 'vmsish' behaviors enabled with C<use vmsish> pragma */
202
203#define COMPLEX_STATUS 1 /* We track both "POSIX" and VMS values */
204
aa689395 205#define HINT_V_VMSISH 24
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206#define HINT_M_VMSISH_STATUS 0x01000000 /* system, $? return VMS status */
207#define HINT_M_VMSISH_EXIT 0x02000000 /* exit(1) ==> SS$_NORMAL */
208#define HINT_M_VMSISH_TIME 0x04000000 /* times are local, not UTC */
aa689395 209#define NATIVE_HINTS (hints >> HINT_V_VMSISH) /* used in op.c */
ff0cee69 210
aa689395 211#define TEST_VMSISH(h) (curcop->op_private & ((h) >> HINT_V_VMSISH))
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212#define VMSISH_STATUS TEST_VMSISH(HINT_M_VMSISH_STATUS)
213#define VMSISH_EXIT TEST_VMSISH(HINT_M_VMSISH_EXIT)
214#define VMSISH_TIME TEST_VMSISH(HINT_M_VMSISH_TIME)
215
748a9306 216/* Handy way to vet calls to VMS system services and RTL routines. */
bf109933 217#define _ckvmssts(call) STMT_START { register unsigned long int __ckvms_sts; \
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218 if (!((__ckvms_sts=(call))&1)) { \
219 set_errno(EVMSERR); set_vaxc_errno(__ckvms_sts); \
e518068a 220 croak("Fatal VMS error (status=%d) at %s, line %d", \
bf109933 221 __ckvms_sts,__FILE__,__LINE__); } } STMT_END
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223/* Same thing, but don't call back to Perl's croak(); useful for errors
224 * occurring during startup, before Perl's state is initialized */
225#define _ckvmssts_noperl(call) STMT_START { register unsigned long int __ckvms_sts; \
226 if (!((__ckvms_sts=(call))&1)) { \
227 set_errno(EVMSERR); set_vaxc_errno(__ckvms_sts); \
228 fprintf(Perl_debug_log,"Fatal VMS error (status=%d) at %s, line %d", \
229 __ckvms_sts,__FILE__,__LINE__); lib$signal(__ckvms_sts); } } STMT_END
230
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231#ifdef VMS_DO_SOCKETS
232#include "sockadapt.h"
233#endif
234
c07a80fd 235#define BIT_BUCKET "_NLA0:"
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236#define PERL_SYS_INIT(c,v) vms_image_init((c),(v)), MALLOC_INIT
237#define PERL_SYS_TERM() MALLOC_TERM
8cc95fdb 238#define dXSUB_SYS
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239#define HAS_KILL
240#define HAS_WAIT
241
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242/* VMS:
243 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program is running under
244 * VMS. It's a symbol automagically defined by all VMS C compilers I've seen.
245 * Just in case, however . . . */
246#ifndef VMS
247#define VMS /**/
248#endif
249
250/* HAS_IOCTL:
251 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the ioctl() routine is
252 * available to set I/O characteristics
a0d0e21e 253 */
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254#undef HAS_IOCTL /**/
255
256/* HAS_UTIME:
257 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the routine utime() is
258 * available to update the access and modification times of files.
259 */
260#define HAS_UTIME /**/
a0d0e21e 261
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262/* HAS_GROUP
263 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the getgrnam(),
264 * getgrgid(), and getgrent() routines are available to
265 * get group entries.
266 */
267#undef HAS_GROUP /**/
268
269/* HAS_PASSWD
270 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the getpwnam(),
271 * getpwuid(), and getpwent() routines are available to
272 * get password entries.
273 */
274#define HAS_PASSWD /**/
275
276#define HAS_KILL
277#define HAS_WAIT
278
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279/* USEMYBINMODE
280 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program should
281 * use the routine my_binmode(FILE *fp, char iotype) to insure
282 * that a file is in "binary" mode -- that is, that no translation
283 * of bytes occurs on read or write operations.
284 */
285#define USEMYBINMODE
286
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287/*
288 * fwrite1() should be a routine with the same calling sequence as fwrite(),
289 * but which outputs all of the bytes requested as a single stream (unlike
290 * fwrite() itself, which on some systems outputs several distinct records
291 * if the number_of_items parameter is >1).
292 */
293#define fwrite1 my_fwrite
294
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295/* By default, flush data all the way to disk, not just to RMS buffers */
296#define Fflush(fp) my_flush(fp)
297
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298/* Use our own rmdir() */
299#define rmdir(name) do_rmdir(name)
300
301/* Assorted fiddling with sigs . . . */
302# include <signal.h>
303#define ABORT() abort()
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304 /* VAXC's signal.h doesn't #define SIG_ERR, but provides BADSIG instead. */
305#if !defined(SIG_ERR) && defined(BADSIG)
306# define SIG_ERR BADSIG
307#endif
308
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310/* Used with our my_utime() routine in vms.c */
311struct utimbuf {
312 time_t actime;
313 time_t modtime;
314};
315#define utime my_utime
316
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317/* This is what times() returns, but <times.h> calls it tbuffer_t on VMS
318 * prior to v7.0. We check the DECC manifest to see whether it's already
319 * done this for us, relying on the fact that perl.h #includes <time.h>
320 * before it #includes "vmsish.h".
321 */
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323#ifndef __TMS
324 struct tms {
325 clock_t tms_utime; /* user time */
326 clock_t tms_stime; /* system time - always 0 on VMS */
327 clock_t tms_cutime; /* user time, children */
328 clock_t tms_cstime; /* system time, children - always 0 on VMS */
329 };
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330#else
331 /* The new headers change the times() prototype to tms from tbuffer */
332# define tbuffer_t struct tms
0414b1a0 333#endif
a0d0e21e 334
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335/* Prior to VMS 7.0, the CRTL gmtime() routine was a stub which always
336 * returned NULL. Substitute our own routine, which uses the logical
337 * SYS$TIMEZONE_DIFFERENTIAL, whcih the native UTC support routines
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338 * in VMS 6.0 or later use. We also add shims for time() and localtime()
339 * so we can run on UTC by default.
e518068a 340 */
7b62b82b 341#if __VMS_VER < 70000000 || __DECC_VER < 50200000
e518068a 342#define gmtime(t) my_gmtime(t)
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343#define localtime(t) my_localtime(t)
344#define time(t) my_time(t)
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345#define sigemptyset(t) my_sigemptyset(t)
346#define sigfillset(t) my_sigfillset(t)
347#define sigaddset(t, u) my_sigaddset(t, u)
348#define sigdelset(t, u) my_sigdelset(t, u)
349#define sigismember(t, u) my_sigismember(t, u)
350#define sigprocmask(t, u, v) my_sigprocmask(t, u, v)
351typedef int sigset_t;
352/* The tools for sigprocmask() are there, just not the routine itself */
353# ifndef SIG_UNBLOCK
354# define SIG_UNBLOCK 1
355# endif
356# ifndef SIG_BLOCK
357# define SIG_BLOCK 2
358# endif
359# ifndef SIG_SETMASK
360# define SIG_SETMASK 3
361# endif
362# define sigaction sigvec
363# define sa_flags sv_onstack
364# define sa_handler sv_handler
365# define sa_mask sv_mask
366# define sigsuspend(set) sigpause(*set)
367# define sigpending(a) (not_here("sigpending"),0)
7b62b82b 368#endif
e518068a 369
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370/* VMS doesn't use a real sys_nerr, but we need this when scanning for error
371 * messages in text strings . . .
372 */
373
374#define sys_nerr EVMSERR /* EVMSERR is as high as we can go. */
375
376/* Look up new %ENV values on the fly */
377#define DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH 1
378#define ENV_HV_NAME "%EnV%VmS%"
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379 /* Special getenv function for retrieving %ENV elements. */
380#define ENV_getenv(v) my_getenv(v)
381
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383/* Thin jacket around cuserid() tomatch Unix' calling sequence */
384#define getlogin my_getlogin
385
386/* Ditto for sys$hash_passwrod() . . . */
387#define crypt my_crypt
388
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389/* Tweak arg to mkdir first, so we can tolerate trailing /. */
390#define Mkdir(dir,mode) my_mkdir((dir),(mode))
391
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392/* Use our own stat() clones, which handle Unix-style directory names */
393#define Stat(name,bufptr) flex_stat(name,bufptr)
394#define Fstat(fd,bufptr) flex_fstat(fd,bufptr)
395
396/* Setup for the dirent routines:
397 * opendir(), closedir(), readdir(), seekdir(), telldir(), and
398 * vmsreaddirversions(), and preprocessor stuff on which these depend:
399 * Written by Rich $alz, <rsalz@bbn.com> in August, 1990.
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400 */
401 /* Data structure returned by READDIR(). */
402struct dirent {
403 char d_name[256]; /* File name */
404 int d_namlen; /* Length of d_name */
405 int vms_verscount; /* Number of versions */
406 int vms_versions[20]; /* Version numbers */
407};
408
409 /* Handle returned by opendir(), used by the other routines. You
410 * are not supposed to care what's inside this structure. */
411typedef struct _dirdesc {
412 long context;
413 int vms_wantversions;
414 unsigned long int count;
415 char *pattern;
416 struct dirent entry;
417 struct dsc$descriptor_s pat;
418} DIR;
419
420#define rewinddir(dirp) seekdir((dirp), 0)
421
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422/* used for our emulation of getpw* */
423struct passwd {
424 char *pw_name; /* Username */
425 char *pw_passwd;
426 Uid_t pw_uid; /* UIC member number */
427 Gid_t pw_gid; /* UIC group number */
428 char *pw_comment; /* Default device/directory (Unix-style) */
429 char *pw_gecos; /* Owner */
430 char *pw_dir; /* Default device/directory (VMS-style) */
431 char *pw_shell; /* Default CLI name (eg. DCL) */
432};
433#define pw_unixdir pw_comment /* Default device/directory (Unix-style) */
434#define getpwnam my_getpwnam
435#define getpwuid my_getpwuid
436#define getpwent my_getpwent
437#define endpwent my_endpwent
438#define setpwent my_endpwent
439
440/* Our own stat_t substitute, since we play with st_dev and st_ino -
441 * we want atomic types so Unix-bound code which compares these fields
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442 * for two files will work most of the time under VMS.
443 * N.B. 1. The st_ino hack assumes that sizeof(unsigned short[3]) ==
444 * sizeof(unsigned) + sizeof(unsigned short). We can't use a union type
445 * to map the unsigned int we want and the unsigned short[3] the CRTL
446 * returns into the same member, since gcc has different ideas than DECC
447 * and VAXC about sizing union types.
448 * N.B 2. The routine cando() in vms.c assumes that &stat.st_ino is the
449 * address of a FID.
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450 */
451/* First, grab the system types, so we don't clobber them later */
452#include <stat.h>
453/* Since we've got to match the size of the CRTL's stat_t, we need
454 * to mimic DECC's alignment settings.
455 */
456#if defined(__DECC) || defined(__DECCXX)
457# pragma __member_alignment __save
458# pragma __nomember_alignment
459#endif
460#if defined(__DECC)
461# pragma __message __save
462# pragma __message disable (__MISALGNDSTRCT)
463# pragma __message disable (__MISALGNDMEM)
464#endif
465struct mystat
466{
467 char *st_devnam; /* pointer to device name */
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468 unsigned st_ino; /* hack - CRTL uses unsigned short[3] for */
469 unsigned short rvn; /* FID (num,seq,rvn) */
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470 unsigned short st_mode; /* file "mode" i.e. prot, dir, reg, etc. */
471 int st_nlink; /* for compatibility - not really used */
472 unsigned st_uid; /* from ACP - QIO uic field */
473 unsigned short st_gid; /* group number extracted from st_uid */
474 dev_t st_rdev; /* for compatibility - always zero */
475 off_t st_size; /* file size in bytes */
476 unsigned st_atime; /* file access time; always same as st_mtime */
477 unsigned st_mtime; /* last modification time */
478 unsigned st_ctime; /* file creation time */
479 char st_fab_rfm; /* record format */
480 char st_fab_rat; /* record attributes */
481 char st_fab_fsz; /* fixed header size */
482 unsigned st_dev; /* encoded device name */
483};
748a9306 484typedef unsigned mydev_t;
c07a80fd 485typedef unsigned myino_t;
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486#ifndef DONT_MASK_RTL_CALLS /* defined for vms.c so we can see RTL calls */
487# ifdef stat
488# undef stat
489# endif
490# define stat mystat
491# define dev_t mydev_t
492# define ino_t myino_t
493#endif
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494#if defined(__DECC) || defined(__DECCXX)
495# pragma __member_alignment __restore
496#endif
497#if defined(__DECC)
498# pragma __message __restore
499#endif
500/* Cons up a 'delete' bit for testing access */
501#define S_IDUSR (S_IWUSR | S_IXUSR)
502#define S_IDGRP (S_IWGRP | S_IXGRP)
503#define S_IDOTH (S_IWOTH | S_IXOTH)
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504
505/* Prototypes for functions unique to vms.c. Don't include replacements
506 * for routines in the mainline source files excluded by #ifndef VMS;
507 * their prototypes are already in proto.h.
508 *
509 * In order to keep Gen_ShrFls.Pl happy, functions which are to be made
510 * available to images linked to PerlShr.Exe must be declared between the
511 * __VMS_PROTOTYPES__ and __VMS_SEPYTOTORP__ lines, and must be in the form
512 * <data type><TAB>name<WHITESPACE>_((<prototype args>));
513 */
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515#ifdef NO_PERL_TYPEDEFS
516 /* We don't have Perl typedefs available (e.g. when building a2p), so
517 we fake them here. N.B. There is *no* guarantee that the faked
518 prototypes will actually match the real routines. If you want to
519 call Perl routines, include perl.h to get the real typedefs. */
520# ifndef bool
521# define bool int
522# define __MY_BOOL_TYPE_FAKE
523# endif
524# ifndef I32
525# define I32 int
526# define __MY_I32_TYPE_FAKE
527# endif
528# ifndef SV
529# define SV void /* Since we only see SV * in prototypes */
530# define __MY_SV_TYPE_FAKE
531# endif
532#endif
533
94c456c4 534void prime_env_iter _((void));
94c456c4 535void init_os_extras _(());
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536/* prototype section start marker; `typedef' passes through cpp */
537typedef char __VMS_PROTOTYPES__;
538int my_trnlnm _((char *, char *, unsigned long int));
a0d0e21e 539char * my_getenv _((char *));
c07a80fd 540char * my_crypt _((const char *, const char *));
4fdae800 541Pid_t my_waitpid _((Pid_t, int *, int));
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542char * my_gconvert _((double, int, int, char *));
543int do_rmdir _((char *));
544int kill_file _((char *));
84902520 545int my_mkdir _((char *, Mode_t));
748a9306 546int my_utime _((char *, struct utimbuf *));
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547char * rmsexpand _((char *, char *, char *, unsigned));
548char * rmsexpand_ts _((char *, char *, char *, unsigned));
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549char * fileify_dirspec _((char *, char *));
550char * fileify_dirspec_ts _((char *, char *));
551char * pathify_dirspec _((char *, char *));
552char * pathify_dirspec_ts _((char *, char *));
553char * tounixspec _((char *, char *));
554char * tounixspec_ts _((char *, char *));
555char * tovmsspec _((char *, char *));
556char * tovmsspec_ts _((char *, char *));
557char * tounixpath _((char *, char *));
558char * tounixpath_ts _((char *, char *));
559char * tovmspath _((char *, char *));
560char * tovmspath_ts _((char *, char *));
84902520 561void vms_image_init _((int *, char ***));
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562DIR * opendir _((char *));
563struct dirent * readdir _((DIR *));
564long telldir _((DIR *));
565void seekdir _((DIR *, long));
566void closedir _((DIR *));
567void vmsreaddirversions _((DIR *, int));
7b62b82b 568#ifdef my_gmtime
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569struct tm * my_gmtime _((const time_t *));
570struct tm * my_localtime _((const time_t *));
571time_t my_time _((time_t *));
7b62b82b 572#endif /* We're assuming these three come as a package */
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573/* We're just gonna assume that if we've got an antique here that we */
574/* need the signal functions */
575#if __VMS_VER < 70000000 || __DECC_VER < 50200000
576int my_sigemptyset _((sigset_t *));
577int my_sigfillset _((sigset_t *));
578int my_sigaddset _((sigset_t *, int));
579int my_sigdelset _((sigset_t *, int));
580int my_sigismember _((sigset_t *, int));
581int my_sigprocmask _((int, sigset_t *, sigset_t *));
582#endif
748a9306 583I32 cando_by_name _((I32, I32, char *));
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584int flex_fstat _((int, struct mystat *));
585int flex_stat _((char *, struct mystat *));
f86702cc 586int trim_unixpath _((char *, char*, int));
0414b1a0 587int my_vfork _(());
748a9306 588bool vms_do_aexec _((SV *, SV **, SV **));
a0d0e21e 589bool vms_do_exec _((char *));
748a9306 590unsigned long int do_aspawn _((SV *, SV **, SV **));
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591unsigned long int do_spawn _((char *));
592int my_fwrite _((void *, size_t, size_t, FILE *));
d27fe803 593int my_flush _((FILE *));
0414b1a0 594FILE * my_binmode _((FILE *, char));
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595struct passwd * my_getpwnam _((char *name));
596struct passwd * my_getpwuid _((Uid_t uid));
597struct passwd * my_getpwent _(());
598void my_endpwent _(());
c07a80fd 599char * my_getlogin _(());
bf109933 600int rmscopy _((char *, char *, int));
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601typedef char __VMS_SEPYTOTORP__;
602/* prototype section end marker; `typedef' passes through cpp */
a0d0e21e 603
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604#ifdef NO_PERL_TYPEDEFS /* We'll try not to scramble later files */
605# ifdef __MY_BOOL_TYPE_FAKE
606# undef bool
607# undef __MY_BOOL_TYPE_FAKE
608# endif
609# ifdef __MY_I32_TYPE_FAKE
610# undef I32
611# undef __MY_I32_TYPE_FAKE
612# endif
613# ifdef __MY_SV_TYPE_FAKE
614# undef SV
615# undef __MY_SV_TYPE_FAKE
616# endif
617#endif
618
a0d0e21e 619#ifndef VMS_DO_SOCKETS
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620/* This relies on tricks in perl.h to pick up that these manifest constants
621 * are undefined and set up conversion routines. It will then redefine
622 * these manifest constants, so the actual values will match config.h
623 */
624#undef HAS_HTONS
625#undef HAS_NTOHS
626#undef HAS_HTONL
627#undef HAS_NTOHL
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628#endif
629
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630#define TMPPATH "sys$scratch:perl-eXXXXXX"
631
a0d0e21e 632#endif /* __vmsish_h_included */