Software Engineering on Sun Workstations® by Bill Cureton (auth.), Bill Cureton (eds.)

By Bill Cureton (auth.), Bill Cureton (eds.)

Software Engineering on sunlight Workstations is the main entire quantity of technical information regarding software program improvement on hand for the sunlight laptop. This booklet is of significant curiosity to either huge and small-scale software program builders in all sectors of industrial, clinical and technical functions programming. This e-book offers an in-depth examine computing device Assisted software program Engineering (CASE) and CASE instruments, a big aspect in construction large-scale advertisement desktop purposes and cutting-edge courses. issues explored within the e-book comprise: ToolTalk interapplication message provider; SPAR-Compiler expertise; SPARCWorks programming atmosphere; integrating 3rd celebration purposes with SPARCWorks; utilizing DEVGuide to construct open home windows person interfaces; and integrating X11 functions with the open home windows computer. All sunlight computer clients are power purchasers of this publication. extra particular clients comprise software program builders and laptop programmers engaged on the sunlight approach, in addition to Unix "derivative" builders. additionally appropriate to clients contemplating switching to a Unix-based process, because the sunlight computer is correct cutting-edge computing and is the main standard notebook computing surroundings within the world.

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Operation char *opname What operation should be mentioned in a message? otype char *otype What type of object interests you? 1 Message Pattern Attributes 31 Pattern Attribute Value Description address TT_PROCEDURE, TT_OBJECT, TT_HANDLER,TT_OTYPE What type of address should a message contain? disposition TT_DISCARD, TT_QUEUE, TT_START What should the ToolTalk service do when it can't deliver a message to your application? sender char *procid What sender interests you? sender_ptype char *ptype What type of sending process interest you?

In all other instances, the ToolTalk service stores the information in the API allocation stack until you free it. See "One of the features of the ToolTalk service is callback support for messages, patterns, and filters. Callbacks are routines in your program that ToolTalk calls when a particular message arrives (message callback) or when a message matches a particular pattern you registered (pattern callback), When you call file query functions such as tt_file_objects_ queryO, you point to a filter routine that the ToolTalk service calls as it returns items from the query.

11 11 The set of patterns matched against for delivery depends on the scope of the message. If the scope is TT_SESSION, only patterns for processes in the same session are checked. If the scope is TT_FILE, patterns for all processes observing the file are checked. If the scope is IT_BOTH, both sets of processes are checked. Example In this example, a debugger and a editor interact via ToolTalk messages so the debugger can use the editor to display the source around a breakpoint. 2. c) When the debugger reaches a breakpoint, it sends a message with op (ShowLine), argument (the line number), file (the file name), session (the current session id), and scope (TT_SESSION) .

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