THESE ARE REQUIRED LIBs
THESE ARE REQUIRED LIBs
* Copyright (c) 1997-2002, Larry Wall
* You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
* License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file.
* The following symbols are defined if your operating system supports
* functions by that name. All Unixes I know of support them, thus they
* are not checked by the configuration script, but are directly defined
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the ioctl() routine is
* available to set I/O characteristics
#define HAS_IOCTL / **/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the routine utime() is
* available to update the access and modification times of files.
#define HAS_UTIME / **/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the getgrnam() and
* getgrgid() routines are available to get group entries.
* The getgrent() has a separate definition, HAS_GETGRENT.
#define HAS_GROUP / **/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the getpwnam() and
* getpwuid() routines are available to get password entries.
* The getpwent() has a separate definition, HAS_GETPWENT.
#define HAS_PASSWD / **/
#endif /* !PERL_MICRO */
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program should
* use the routine my_binmode(FILE *fp, char iotype) to insure
* that a file is in "binary" mode -- that is, that no translation
* of bytes occurs on read or write operations.
* This symbol holds the type used to declare buffers for information
* returned by stat(). It's usually just struct stat. It may be necessary
* to include <sys/stat.h> and <sys/types.h> to get any typedef'ed
#define Stat_t struct stat
* This symbol is defined if this system has a stat structure declaring
#define USE_STAT_RDEV / **/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that error messages should be
* should be generated in a format that allows the use of the Acme
* GUI/editor's autofind feature.
#undef ACME_MESS /**/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program should arrange
* to remove all versions of a file if unlink() is called. This is
* probably only relevant for VMS.
/* #define UNLINK_ALL_VERSIONS / **/
* This symbol, if defined, indicates that the program is running under
* VMS. It is currently automatically set by cpps running under VMS,
* and is included here for completeness only.
/* #define VMS / **/
* This symbol, if defined, contains a "magic" string which may be used
* as the first line of a Perl program designed to be executed directly
* by name, instead of the standard Unix #!. If ALTERNATE_SHEBANG
* begins with a character other then #, then Perl will only treat
* it as a command line if it finds the string "perl" in the first
* word; otherwise it's treated as the first line of code in the script.
* (IOW, Perl won't hand off to another interpreter via an alternate
* shebang sequence that might be legal Perl code.)
/* #define ALTERNATE_SHEBANG "#!" / **/
#if !defined(NSIG) || defined(M_UNIX) || defined(M_XENIX) || defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__OpenBSD__)
# include <signal.h>
# define SIGABRT SIGILL
# define SIGILL 6 /* blech */
#define ABORT() kill(PerlProc_getpid(),SIGABRT);
* fwrite1() should be a routine with the same calling sequence as fwrite(),
* but which outputs all of the bytes requested as a single stream (unlike
* fwrite() itself, which on some systems outputs several distinct records
* if the number_of_items parameter is >1).
#define fwrite1 fwrite
#define Stat(fname,bufptr) stat((fname),(bufptr))
#define Fstat(fd,bufptr) fstat((fd),(bufptr))
#define Fflush(fp) fflush(fp)
#define Mkdir(path,mode) mkdir((path),(mode))
# define PERL_SYS_INIT(c,v) PERL_FPU_INIT MALLOC_INIT
#define PERL_SYS_TERM() OP_REFCNT_TERM; MALLOC_TERM
#define BIT_BUCKET "/dev/null"
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