While reading the source code of colinux0.5.3 I found a function named "run()" in the file named "colinux/user/console/main.c". I didnt able to find the definition of that function.
I also didnt find the directory named Fl which is included in the "colinux/user/console/console.h".
Please help me in this regard.
Syed Talha Munir
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From: Nuno Lucas <listas@xp...> - 2005-04-10 08:14:43
[10-04-2005 4:31, talha munir escreveu]
> While reading the source code of colinux0.5.3 I found a function named
> "run()" in the file named "colinux/user/console/main.c". I didnt able to
> find the definition of that function.
You are aware that current stable release is 0.6.2? And development
release is 0.7.1? (with a 0.6.3-pre9 in the stable branch)
I don't think you will have much help by making us go back to a version
so old (and I don't know of any function named "run" in the current
colinux code, except a static one in the windows kernel code).
Another big mistake you made was that there is no
"colinux/user/console/main.c". There is a "main.cpp", which would hint
you that it's a C++ file, not C, so "run" could be a method, not a
funtion (as efectively is, but not the one you are looking).
Efectively there is a run method on the user_daemon_t class, but it is
not directly called in the main.cpp file, as what is there is Fl::run().
> I also didnt find the directory named Fl which is included in the
Fl is for the FLTK library - http://www.fltk.org -, which colinux fltk console
depends on (as a portable GUI library).