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gemini://auragem.space/github/repo/74583692/files/core/os/os_darwin.odin (text/plain, 19KB)

package os foreign import dl "system:dl" foreign import libc "System.framework" foreign import pthread "System.framework" import "core:runtime" import "core:strings" import "core

gemini://auragem.space/github/repo/74583692/files/core/os/os_linux.odin (text/plain, 20KB)

package os foreign import dl "system:dl" foreign import libc "system:c" import "core:runtime" import "core:strings" import "core:c" import "core

gemini://auragem.space/github/repo/74583692/files/core/os/os_freebsd.odin (text/plain, 13KB)

0x100; RTLD_LOCAL :: 0x000; RTLD_TRACE :: 0x200; RTLD_NODELETE :: 0x01000; RTLD_NOLOAD :: 0x02000; args := _alloc_command_line_arguments(); Unix_File_Time :: struct { seconds: i64, nanoseconds: c.long, } pid_t :: u32; OS_Stat :: struct { device_id: u64, serial

gemini://soviet.circumlunar.space/quarters/collection/Documentation/ed_tutorial.txt (text/plain, 34KB)

standard text editor [1], and indeed you would find ed(1) installed in any unix-like system. But I guess most Unix users have never actually tried to open it. The reason is probably that

gemini://gopher.zcrayfish.soy/0/irc/anonlynx/lynx.cfg (text/plain, 153KB)

2009/06/07 17:02:21 tom Exp $ # lynx.cfg file. # The default placement for this file is /usr/local/lib/lynx.cfg (Unix) # or Lynx_Dir:lynx.cfg (VMS) # # $Format: "#PRCS LYNX_VERSION \"$ProjectVersion$\""$ #PRCS LYNX_VERSION "2.8.7rel.2" # # $Format: "#PRCS LYNX_DATE \"$ProjectDate

gemini://runjimmyrunrunyoufuckerrun.com/src/games/chessengines/crafty/chess.h (text/plain, 24KB)

configuration information: the following variables need to be set to * * indicate the machine configuration/capabilities. * * * * UNIX: define this if the program is being run on a unix-based system, * * which causes the executable to use unix-specific runtime

gemini://retroforth.org/Handbook-Latest.txt (text/plain, 158KB)

normally reliable as I run them daily for my production systems. # Building on BSD, Linux, macOS, and other Unix Targets Retro is well supported on BSD (tested on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD), Linux, and macOS systems. It should

gemini://auragem.space/github/repo/74583692/files/core/time/time.odin (text/plain, 7KB)

MINUTE sec -= min * SECONDS_PER_MINUTE return } read_cycle_counter :: proc() -> u64 { return u64(intrinsics.read_cycle_counter()) } unix :: proc(sec: i64, nsec: i64) -> Time { sec, nsec := sec, nsec if nsec < 0 || nsec >= 1e9 { n := nsec

gemini://auragem.space/github/repo/74583692/files/core/os/stat_unix.odin (text/plain, 3KB)

build linux, darwin, freebsd package os import "core:time" /* For reference ------------- Unix_File_Time :: struct { seconds: i64, nanoseconds: i64, } Stat :: struct { device_id: u64, // ID of device containing file serial: u64, // File serial number nlink: u64, // Number

gemini://runjimmyrunrunyoufuckerrun.com/src/foreign/pmw/doc/Cygwin.txt (text/plain, 2KB)

with Microsoft Windows Neil Killeen, April 2008 ------------------------------ 1. Unix environment 1.1 Install the Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com) Linux environment for windows (by downloading and running the Cygwin setup tool) Take note of the location where the Unix user

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