Portable object files1371 (6/19/2012 3:45:22 PM) comp.unix.programmer Hello everyone,
Here's my situation.
I have two different platforms
1) SH-4 / proprietary OS / gcc / elf32-shl object files
2) MIPS / Linux / gcc / elf32-tradbigmips object files
On both p... Noob
compression/allocation2103 (8/1/2012 2:21:57 AM) comp.unix.programmer Hello,
There's that cmpmalloc library
(http://members.aon.at/~aklamme4/libcmpmalloc/index.html). It does
allocation and in-memory compression on Linux/x86 by handling SIGSEGV.
Unfortunately it will no... klammerj(105)
bash text search984 (8/8/2012 6:47:06 AM) comp.unix.programmer is it possible to enter text into a command by matching
the partial text in the command with the shell output just
like the autocomplete in vim using ctrl-p and ctrl-n.
Mandating typeof keyword2154 (8/16/2012 6:43:43 PM) comp.unix.programmer So I've run into some portability headaches lately, like the fact that
CMSG_SPACE is not a constant expression on some platforms. There's no easy
way around that, considering that I was trying to declare a co... William
periodic frustration5372 (9/10/2012 2:17:01 PM) comp.unix.programmer The people who replaced something as simple and straight-forward to
use as make with a weird and totally bizarre mess of code generation
'framework code' based on using really arcane UNIX(*) tools like m4
sprint a filename1765 (9/18/2012 9:42:26 PM) comp.unix.programmer I am redirected here from clc.
I have a general question: is there a failsafe way of using system command in unix/linux?
I am trying to have something like:
glibc error1112 (9/25/2012 10:44:09 PM) comp.unix.programmer I am using glibc and this BSD function called cbc_crypt. I've been
working with it a long time. The code compiles but when I run it I get a
message that glibc is detected, a listing of several registers... nospam116(1227)