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1/* dosish.h
2 *
3 * Copyright (C) 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
4 * 2000, 2001, 2002, 2007, by Larry Wall and others
5 *
6 * You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
7 * License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file.
8 *
9 */
10#define ABORT() abort();
11
12#ifndef SH_PATH
13#define SH_PATH "/bin/sh"
14#endif
15
16#ifdef DJGPP
17# define BIT_BUCKET "nul"
18# define OP_BINARY O_BINARY
19# define PERL_SYS_INIT_BODY(c,v) \
20 MALLOC_CHECK_TAINT2(*c,*v) Perl_DJGPP_init(c,v); PERLIO_INIT
21# define init_os_extras Perl_init_os_extras
22# define HAS_UTIME
23# define HAS_KILL
24 char *djgpp_pathexp (const char*);
25 void Perl_DJGPP_init (int *argcp,char ***argvp);
26# if (DJGPP==2 && DJGPP_MINOR < 2)
27# define NO_LOCALECONV_MON_THOUSANDS_SEP
28# endif
29# ifndef PERL_CORE
30# define PERL_FS_VER_FMT "%d_%d_%d"
31# endif
32# define PERL_FS_VERSION STRINGIFY(PERL_REVISION) "_" \
33 STRINGIFY(PERL_VERSION) "_" \
34 STRINGIFY(PERL_SUBVERSION)
35#elif defined(WIN32)
36# define PERL_SYS_INIT_BODY(c,v) \
37 MALLOC_CHECK_TAINT2(*c,*v) Perl_win32_init(c,v); PERLIO_INIT
38# define PERL_SYS_TERM_BODY() Perl_win32_term()
39# define BIT_BUCKET "nul"
40#elif defined(NETWARE)
41# define PERL_SYS_INIT_BODY(c,v) \
42 MALLOC_CHECK_TAINT2(*c,*v) Perl_nw5_init(c,v); PERLIO_INIT
43# define BIT_BUCKET "nwnul"
44#else
45# define PERL_SYS_INIT_BODY(c,v) \
46 MALLOC_CHECK_TAINT2(*c,*v); PERLIO_INIT
47# define BIT_BUCKET "\\dev\\nul" /* "wanna be like, umm, Newlined, or somethin?" */
48#endif
49
50#ifndef PERL_SYS_TERM_BODY
51# define PERL_SYS_TERM_BODY() \
52 HINTS_REFCNT_TERM; KEYWORD_PLUGIN_MUTEX_TERM; \
53 OP_CHECK_MUTEX_TERM; OP_REFCNT_TERM; PERLIO_TERM; \
54 MALLOC_TERM; LOCALE_TERM; USER_PROP_MUTEX_TERM; \
55 ENV_TERM;
56#endif
57#define dXSUB_SYS dNOOP
58
59/* USEMYBINMODE
60 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program should
61 * use the routine my_binmode(FILE *fp, char iotype, int mode) to insure
62 * that a file is in "binary" mode -- that is, that no translation
63 * of bytes occurs on read or write operations.
64 */
65#undef USEMYBINMODE
66
67/* Stat_t:
68 * This symbol holds the type used to declare buffers for information
69 * returned by stat(). It's usually just struct stat. It may be necessary
70 * to include <sys/stat.h> and <sys/types.h> to get any typedef'ed
71 * information.
72 */
73#if defined(WIN32)
74# define Stat_t struct w32_stat
75#else
76# define Stat_t struct _stati64
77#endif
78
79/* USE_STAT_RDEV:
80 * This symbol is defined if this system has a stat structure declaring
81 * st_rdev
82 */
83#define USE_STAT_RDEV /**/
84
85/* ACME_MESS:
86 * This symbol, if defined, indicates that error messages should be
87 * should be generated in a format that allows the use of the Acme
88 * GUI/editor's autofind feature.
89 */
90#undef ACME_MESS /**/
91
92/* ALTERNATE_SHEBANG:
93 * This symbol, if defined, contains a "magic" string which may be used
94 * as the first line of a Perl program designed to be executed directly
95 * by name, instead of the standard Unix #!. If ALTERNATE_SHEBANG
96 * begins with a character other then #, then Perl will only treat
97 * it as a command line if it finds the string "perl" in the first
98 * word; otherwise it's treated as the first line of code in the script.
99 * (IOW, Perl won't hand off to another interpreter via an alternate
100 * shebang sequence that might be legal Perl code.)
101 */
102/* #define ALTERNATE_SHEBANG "#!" / **/
103
104#include <signal.h>
105
106/*
107 * fwrite1() should be a routine with the same calling sequence as fwrite(),
108 * but which outputs all of the bytes requested as a single stream (unlike
109 * fwrite() itself, which on some systems outputs several distinct records
110 * if the number_of_items parameter is >1).
111 */
112#define fwrite1 fwrite
113
114#define Fstat(fd,bufptr) fstat((fd),(bufptr))
115#ifdef DJGPP
116# define Fflush(fp) djgpp_fflush(fp)
117#else
118# define Fflush(fp) fflush(fp)
119#endif
120#define Mkdir(path,mode) mkdir((path),(mode))
121
122#ifndef WIN32
123# define Stat(fname,bufptr) stat((fname),(bufptr))
124#else
125# define HAS_IOCTL
126# define HAS_UTIME
127# define HAS_KILL
128# define HAS_WAIT
129# define HAS_CHOWN
130#endif /* WIN32 */
131
132/*
133 * <rich@phekda.freeserve.co.uk>: The DJGPP port has code that converts
134 * the return code of system() into the form that Unixy wait usually
135 * returns:
136 *
137 * - signal number in bits 0-6;
138 * - core dump flag in bit 7;
139 * - exit code in bits 8-15.
140 *
141 * Bits 0-7 are always zero for DJGPP, because it uses system().
142 * See djgpp.c.
143 *
144 * POSIX::W* use the W* macros from <sys/wait.h> to decode
145 * the return code. Unfortunately the W* macros for DJGPP use
146 * a different format than Unixy wait does. So there's a mismatch
147 * and, say, WEXITSTATUS($?) will return bogus values.
148 *
149 * So here we add hack to redefine the W* macros from DJGPP's <sys/wait.h>
150 * to work with our return-code conversion.
151 */
152
153#ifdef DJGPP
154
155#include <sys/wait.h>
156
157#undef WEXITSTATUS
158#undef WIFEXITED
159#undef WIFSIGNALED
160#undef WIFSTOPPED
161#undef WNOHANG
162#undef WSTOPSIG
163#undef WTERMSIG
164#undef WUNTRACED
165
166#define WEXITSTATUS(stat_val) ((stat_val) >> 8)
167#define WIFEXITED(stat_val) 0
168#define WIFSIGNALED(stat_val) 0
169#define WIFSTOPPED(stat_val) 0
170#define WNOHANG 0
171#define WSTOPSIG(stat_val) 0
172#define WTERMSIG(stat_val) 0
173#define WUNTRACED 0
174
175#endif
176
177/* Don't go reading from /dev/urandom */
178#define PERL_NO_DEV_RANDOM
179
180/*
181 * ex: set ts=8 sts=4 sw=4 et:
182 */