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VRF - What would be needed to enable the HP-UX I/O Functions on WinNT/95/98?

Question asked by hansolofalcon on Jan 30, 1999
Hello from Gregg Levine at Jedi Knight Computers
You're right of course, I should have said so, as to what kind of platform
HPVEE is running on here. I am running it on Win95. Basically I need to try
out the HP-UX functions, Named Pipes, StdIn, StdOut, and StdErr for a
potential client who claims to have a VXI based system that has a
workstation attached through HPIB, and that is running  running HPUX. Does
that answer your question Mike? If it is as simple as loading a DLL that
emulates those functions then fine. But I, myself, still need help there.
"May the Force be with you."
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On Saturday, January 30, 1999 11:38 PM, Mike Asbery
[] wrote:
| At 01:07 AM 1/30/99 -0500, Gregg Levine wrote:
| >Hello from Gregg Levine at Jedi Knight Computers
| >I have a question for all of you: What would be needed to enable the
| >I/O Functions? For named-pipes
|      Use : I/O-> To/From Named Pipe (Unix)
| >As for stdin,
|      Use: I/O -> From -> StdIn (Unix)
| >and stdout,
|      Use: I/O -> TO -> StdOut (Unix)
| > and stderr,
|      Use: I/O -> TO -> StdErr (Unix)
| As for starting a unix process to do somthing with this output/Input
|      Use : I/O -> Execute Program (Unix)
| Hopefully this helps although an example of what you are really trying to
| do on the Unix Box would enable us to respond better to your needs.  I am
| also unsure whether you are actually on a win95/NT box or a unix box,
| which system are you trying to get info for.
| Currently I do most of my development on a unix platform (hp-ux), but I
| have been putting hooks in for the code to run under win95/nt.  The
| checks I have to do are when I use file accessor functions and have to
| specify a filename in the pc or unix domain.
| Good Luck
| Mike Asbery
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