GCC with OpenMP stream-computing extension and BatchQueue algorithm
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/*
* server.c Set up and handle communications with a server process.
*
* Server Handling copyright 1992-1999 The Free Software Foundation
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*/
#ifndef GCC_SERVER_H
#define GCC_SERVER_H
/*
* Dual pipe opening of a child process
*/
typedef struct
{
int read_fd;
int write_fd;
} t_fd_pair;
typedef struct
{
FILE *pf_read; /* parent read fp */
FILE *pf_write; /* parent write fp */
} t_pf_pair;
char* run_shell( const char* pzCmd );
pid_t proc2_fopen( t_pf_pair* p_pair, tCC** pp_args );
pid_t proc2_open( t_fd_pair* p_pair, tCC** pp_args );
int chain_open( int in_fd, tCC** pp_args, pid_t* p_child );
void close_server( void );
#endif /* ! GCC_SERVER_H */