|Subject: (9.9) HP-UX 10.01|
##FROM: Paul Wouters <firstname.lastname@example.org>
YACC bison -y UID_T uid_t GID_T gid_t PID_T pid_t LOCK_STYLE LOCKF HAVE_UNISTD DO HAVE_SETSID DO HAVE_TM_GMTOFF DONT HAVE_ST_BLKSIZE DONT HAVE_WAITPID DO USE_UNION_WAIT DONT HAVE_VFORK DONT FDCOUNT_STYLE GETRLIMIT ABORTVAL void ALARMVAL unsigned int GETPIDVAL pid_t SLEEPVAL unsigned int QSORTVAL void LSEEKVAL off_t FREEVAL void _EXITVAL void MISSING_SRC MISSING_OBJ _PATH_COMPRESS /usr/bin/compress _PATH_MAILCMD /usr/bin/mailx##OS: HP-UX hp9000 B.10.01 A 9000/801
##COMPILER: gcc 2.6.3
GNU bison 1.22
Some minor notes on getting it to compile. My syslog.h is not in <sys/syslog.h>
but <syslog.h>, and it doesn't contain LOG_NEWS. A new syslog is probably
much wanted on the standard hpux-10.01. I used the one from a recent berkeley
#define LOG_NEWS (7<<3) /* network news subsystem */
Also, HPUX doesn't come with yacc. I tried byacc 3.0 but it didn't work, so
I used bison -y. Finally, HPUX doens't have egrep, i used the GNU version.
Daryl Gaumer (email@example.com) adds:
I use the syslog that is shipped as part of HP-UX. I have the
my config.data file:
The full blown C/ANSII-C compiler is a separate product. I think yacc comes
with this product.
egrep ships with HP-UX (as part of the "core-OS"). It is /usr/bin/egrep on
a system running 9.05 (and on my workstation with is running HP-UX 10.01).
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