Eric Norum norume at
Fri Apr 11 17:52:07 UTC 2003

Joel Sherrill wrote:
> Charles Steaderman wrote:
>>Sounds right to me. There are some types which also need to be
>>declared (quad_t and in_addr_t).
> quad_t is defined in rtems_bsdnet_internal.h which is only for 
> inside the stack and drivers.  Hmmm.. any ideas on this one Eric?

Hmmm indeed.
A command-line -Dquad_t=xxxxxxx perhaps?

> If the signals are defined at all to a number then yes.  SIGALARM
> works because alarm() works.  SIGVTALRM and SIGPROF are not defined
> in the rtems part of newlib's sys/signal.h.  Which signal does ping use?
> Eric N and I reworked this set recently for some stuff he needed to 
> support (ncurses?).  Maybe he has thoughts here also.

Be aware that there are no signals from termios (i.e. console) devices.

>>What about "command line"
>>argument processing? Should I rename main() 
> Yes.  Probably something like ping_main().

Easily handled by a command-line define.

Have a look at how I managed to port ttcp to RTEMS with *no* changes to 
the ttcp sources.

Eric Norum                                 norume at
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Argonne National Laboratory

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