inlib.def   [plain text]

This file is inlib.def, from which is created inlib.c.
It implements the Apollo-specific builtin "inlib" in Bash.

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$PRODUCES inlib.c
#include <config.h>

#include <stdio.h>
#include "../shell.h"

$BUILTIN inlib
$FUNCTION inlib_builtin
$DEPENDS_ON apollo
$SHORT_DOC inlib pathname [pathname...]
Install a user-supplied library specified by pathname in the current
shell process. The library is used to resolve external references
in programs and libraries loaded after its installation.  Note
that the library is not loaded into the address space unless it is
needed to resolve an external reference.  The list of inlibed
libraries is passed to all children of the current shell.

#if defined (apollo)

#include <apollo/base.h>
#include <apollo/loader.h>

inlib_builtin (list)
     WORD_LIST *list;
  status_$t status;
  int return_value;
  short len;

  if (!list)
      builtin_usage ();
      return (EX_USAGE);

  return_value = EXECUTION_SUCCESS;

  while (list)
      len = (short)strlen (list->word->word);
      loader_$inlib (list->word->word, len, &status);

      if (status.all != status_$ok)
	  builtin_error ("%s: inlib failed", list->word->word);
	  return_value = EXECUTION_FAILURE;

      list = list->next;

  return (return_value);
#endif /* apollo */