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/*
File: MPHelperNotificationsCommon.h
Contains: Common code between client and server.
Written by: DTS
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$Log: MPHelperNotificationsCommon.h,v $
Revision 1.1 2005/05/17 12:19:20
First checked in.
*/
#ifndef _COMMON_H
#define _COMMON_H
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// System interfaces
#include <CoreServices/CoreServices.h>
// Project interfaces
#include "MPHelperNotificationsProtocol.h"
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
extern int MoreUNIXErrno(int result);
extern int MoreUNIXIgnoreSIGPIPE(void);
extern int MoreUNIXRead( int fd, void *buf, size_t bufSize, size_t *bytesRead );
extern int MoreUNIXWrite(int fd, const void *buf, size_t bufSize, size_t *bytesWritten);
// The above routines are taken from the MoreIsBetter library.
extern int MoreUNIXSetNonBlocking(int fd);
typedef void (*SignalSocketCallback)(const siginfo_t *sigInfo, void *refCon);
// This callback is called when a signal occurs. It's called in the
// context of the runloop specified when you registered the callback.
// sigInfo describes the signal and refCon is the value you supplied
// when you registered the callback.
extern int InstallSignalToSocket(
const sigset_t * sigSet,
CFRunLoopRef runLoop,
CFStringRef runLoopMode,
SignalSocketCallback callback,
void * refCon
);
// A method for routing signals to a runloop-based program.
//
// sigSet is the set of signals that you're interested in.
// Use the routines documented in <x-man-page://3/sigsetopts>
// to construct this.
//
// runLoop and runLoopMode specify how you want the callback
// to be run. You typically pass CFRunLoopGetCurrent and
// kCFRunLoopDefaultMode.
//
// callback is the routine you want called, and refCon is an
// uninterpreted value that's passed to that callback.
//
// The function result is an errno-style error code.
//
// IMPORTANT:
// You can only call this routine once for any given application;
// you must register all of the signals you're interested in at that
// time. There is no way to deregister.
#endif
extern void DebugPrintDescriptorTable(void);
// Prints a nice dump of the file descriptor table to stdout.
extern void InitPacketHeader(PacketHeader *packet, OSType packetType, size_t packetSize, Boolean rpc);
// Initialises the PacketHeader structure with the values specified
// in the parameters. The rpc parameter controls whether the fID
// field is set to kPacketIDNone (rpc false, hence no ID) or an
// incrementing sequence number (rpc true).