BeOS

  • ID: 1757460
  • Book
  • 496 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The BeOS is the exciting new operating system designed natively for the Internet and digital media. Programmers are drawn to the BeOS by its many state-of-the-art features, including pervasive multithreading, a symmetric multiprocessing architecture, and an integrated multithreaded graphics system. The Be engineering team also built in many UNIX-like capabilities as part of a POSIX toolkit. Best of all, the BeOS runs on a variety of Intel architectures and PowerPC platforms and uses off-the-shelf hardware.

This book explores the BeOS from a POSIX programmer's point of view, providing a comprehensive and practical guide to porting UNIX and other POSIX-based software to the BeOS. BeOS: Porting UNIX Applications will help you move your favorite UNIX software to an environment designed from the ground up for high-performance applications.

* Supports BeOS Release 3

* Provides a step-by-step guide to the porting process from downloading the source code to installing the application

* Explains how to port off-the-shelf utilities like Emacs and Perl as well as your own programs and tools to the BeOS

* Offers a comprehensive POSIX reference for anyone who is porting or writing software for the BeOS

* Furnishes a simple catalog of tools and features available on the BeOS

Please Note: This is an On Demand product, delivery may take up to 11 working days after payment has been received.

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Part I
Preparation
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Porting Process
Chapter 2
BeOS Structure
Chapter 3
Were not in UNIX Anymore
Chapter 4
Useful Tools
Chapter 5
Sources
Chapter 6
Revisions and Backups
Part II
The Porting Process
Chapter 7
Getting Started
Chapter 8
Configuring the Package
Chapter 9
Makefiles
Chapter 10
Configuration Scripts
Chapter 11
Smart Compilers
Chapter 12
bison and flex
Chapter 13
The Compiler and Linker
Chapter 14
The Debugger
Chapter 15
Building the Package
Chapter 16
Overview of BeOS Programming
Chapter 17
POSIX
Chapter 18
Kernel Support
Chapter 19
Time Support
Chapter 20
Terminals and Devices
Chapter 21
Files and Directories
Chapter 22
Networking
Chapter 23
Summary
Appendix A
Resources
Appendix B
Releasing the Software
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Brown, Martin C.

Martin C. Brown is one of the most active programmers outside of Be porting UNIX applications to the BeOS. He has worked with most varieties of UNIX, Mac, and Windows systems, doing everything from software development to system administration. When he's not on the job as an IT manager, he is enthusiastically involved in the Be development effort.

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