Subject: Re: old hpbsd sources
To: Andreas Brusinsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 03/17/1997 17:22:36
On Mon, 17 Mar 1997, Andreas Brusinsky wrote:
> cfbmskbits.h:#define PPW (PGSZ/PSZ)
> * PSZ pixel size (in bits)
> It is recommended to add to the compile command something like '-DPSZ=8'.
> I hope it does not produce overhead if I add it to the CCFLAGS
> in the cfb directory.
It might be worth looking at what other architectures do..
> in dl.h:
> #ifdef hp9000s300
> typedef struct dynamic *shl_t;
> in x_serialdrv.h:
> typedef struct _SerialProcs
> char *x_name; /* filled in by driver */
> ConfigureProc configure; /* filled in by driver */
> ReadProc read; /* filled in by driver */
> WriteProc write; /* filled in by driver */
> CloseProc close; /* filled in by driver */
> #ifndef hp9000
> shl_t ldr_module_id; /* filled in by X server */
> int fd; /* filled in by X server */
> char driver_name[MAX_NM];/* filled in by X server */
> } SerialProcs;
And line 97 is inside the #ifndef hp9000 lines?
Which of hp9000 / hp9000s300 etc are defined at compile time?
> Thanks for help.
> Probably I should do it more like der Mouse says.
Possibly - but you should really be able to gain a lot by working
from the old hp sources :)