Re: Translator -- help
On Sat, Dec 15, 2001 at 10:26:59PM -0800, arun v wrote:
> I was going thru the code of translators hello.c and
> Here what is the use of functions:
> trivfs_S_io_seek etc.
> Where are these functions declared and when are they
Those are RPC server stubs (please read my talk on the hurd.gnu.org web
site under Documentation). They are called by the server_routines (see the
trivfs_demuxer, and the MiG generated ioServer.c stubs, for example).
When a user makes a io_read() RPC on a translator provided port, the
execution flow will eventually end up in trivfs_S_io_read (there is a
thread in libports receiving messages, and then it goes through a few steps
until it ends up there).
> I have also problems in opening multithreaded translators
> i.e. ports_manage_port_operations_multithread(......)
> I give hurd#> settrans -c trans /gnu/null
> (null.c is launched as multithreaded in its code)
> But trans is not working!
> When i give ls -l trans, System does not respond and i
> have to give CTRL-C to break it.
What is /gnu/null? How did you produce the binary?
Remember you can use gdb. I think you might have forgotten
libshouldbeinlibc or so, in which case you get subtle problems at run time.
> Where can i find code of more translator pgms?
in the Hurd there are many, and some are posted occasionally on
firstname.lastname@example.org. I wrote a run.c, and there is colortext, shadowfs,
`Rhubarb is no Egyptian god.' Debian http://www.debian.org email@example.com
Marcus Brinkmann GNU http://www.gnu.org firstname.lastname@example.org