Subject: [FreeVMS] Re: Module
Date: Wed Oct 31 2001 - 12:10:40 CET
On Tue, Oct 30, 2001 at 09:35:39PM -0800, Henry W. Miller wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "BERTRAND JoŽl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Magne Mśhre wrote:
> > >>>>>>>>>>>>>BERTRAND JoŽl wrote (2001-10-26 14:22:43):
> > I can help you if you want. I use a 2.4.13 kernel.
> Nothing like being on the bleeding edge of technology...
> (I've been lurking here for a few days; I glad to see that at
> least ONE of the Free VMS projects is still going.)
I am trying (at least) to do something on logicals.
> > > I've made a copy of the original module available
> > > on ftp://ftp.nvg.ntnu.no/pub/vms/freevms/vmsfs.tar.gz
> > I have downloaded this module. I think that we will need a CVS tree.
> > Thierry, is it possible to you to have a CVS server on one of your sites ?
But first we might need some structure and basics.
The original structure seemed to be [sys.src], spread on 100+ directories
from [acc] to [vvief].
Shall we have a similar structure?
As I first thing, I needed include-files.
SYS$LIB_C.TLB and SYS$STARLET_C.TLB provide something, and I have extracted
But, only the more general stuff extracted from starlet seems not to have
copyright notices; is it legal to distribute these?
Lib seems to contain a lot of kernel structures.
We must rewrite the stuff in [lib.src] (so far I have got dyndef.h and
lnmstrdef.h). It is only the SDLs which are really there, though.
When is another matter; shall we have pcbdef.h with struct _pcb ready before
or make it while we change struct task_struct into struct _pcb?
Should we use the same names for variables, defines, structures and contents
etc, so it will be much easier talking about the same thing, and developing
too? (Like a struct _hm2 with hm2$l_homelbn as the include-file and Internals
book states instead of struct vms_homeblock with hblb in vms_fs.h)
HM2$L_HOMELBN or hm2$l_homelbn?
Small letters on structs and contents, and big on defines?
-- -Roar Thronśs
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