tu58fs - PDP-11 file sharing with TU58 tape emulator
j_hoppe at t-online.de
Tue Jan 24 12:07:08 CST 2017
Am 24.01.2017 um 14:26 schrieb Mouse:
>> Can't believe that FreeBSD has no baudrate > 38400 !
>>> serial.c:443:44: error: use of undeclared identifier 'B3000000'
>>> serial.c:444:16: error: use of undeclared identifier 'B2500000'
>>> serial.c:445:16: error: use of undeclared identifier 'B2000000'
> At least some systems don't use Bxxxx constants except for
> compatability - they simply stick the baudrate in c_ospeed and/or
> c_ispeed. (I don't use FreeBSD myself; I don't know whether it's one
> of them or not.)
> But there were a bunch of other undefined symbols too, many of which
> (eg, CRDLY, NLDLY) I don't recognize and which are not present in at
> least one other termio implementatino (NetBSD's). So at least part of
> the problem is that the code isn't all that portable.
> I notice you used gmake, from which I infer the Makefile is
> GNU-make-specific, which makes it at least somewhat likely the code was
> written for Linux, which makes the nonportabilities less surprising.
> (Code being written for Linux correlates positively, in my experience,
> with it assuming every system matches the developer's. Not that this
> is necessarily bad - I've done it myself often enough, though not often
> with Linux - but it does, to some extent, explain what you're seeing.)
You're right, it's Linux.
And for other systems we must start to #ifdef lots of Unix-flavour
specific termios code into serial.c.
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