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Docs » Include » dos » dosextens.i / .h
	IFND	DOS_DOSEXTENS_I
DOS_DOSEXTENS_I	SET	1
**
**	$VER: dosextens.i 36.39 (14.5.1992)
**	Includes Release 45.1
**
**	DOS structures not needed for the casual AmigaDOS user
**
**	(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Amiga, Inc.
**	    All Rights Reserved
**

     IFND  EXEC_TYPES_I
     INCLUDE "exec/types.i"
     ENDC
     IFND  EXEC_TASKS_I
     INCLUDE "exec/tasks.i"
     ENDC
     IFND  EXEC_PORTS_I
     INCLUDE "exec/ports.i"
     ENDC
     IFND  EXEC_LIBRARIES_I
     INCLUDE "exec/libraries.i"
     ENDC
     IFND  EXEC_SEMAPHORES_I
     INCLUDE "exec/semaphores.i"
     ENDC
     IFND  DEVICES_TIMER_I
     INCLUDE "devices/timer.i"
     ENDC

     IFND  DOS_DOS_I
     INCLUDE "dos/dos.i"
     ENDC


* All DOS processes have this STRUCTure
* Create and DeviceProc returns pointer to the MsgPort in this STRUCTure
* Process_addr = DeviceProc(..) - TC_SIZE

 STRUCTURE Process,0
    STRUCT  pr_Task,TC_SIZE
    STRUCT  pr_MsgPort,MP_SIZE	* This is BPTR address from DOS functions
    WORD    pr_Pad		* Remaining variables on 4 byte boundaries
    BPTR    pr_SegList		* Array of seg lists used by this process
    LONG    pr_StackSize	* Size of process stack in bytes
    APTR    pr_GlobVec		* Global vector for this process (BCPL)
    LONG    pr_TaskNum		* CLI task number of zero if not a CLI
    BPTR    pr_StackBase	* Ptr to high memory end of process stack
    LONG    pr_Result2		* Value of secondary result from last call
    BPTR    pr_CurrentDir	* Lock associated with current directory
    BPTR    pr_CIS		* Current CLI Input Stream
    BPTR    pr_COS		* Current CLI Output Stream
    APTR    pr_ConsoleTask	* Console handler process for current window
    APTR    pr_FileSystemTask	* File handler process for current drive
    BPTR    pr_CLI		* pointer to CommandLineInterface
    APTR    pr_ReturnAddr	* pointer to previous stack frame
    APTR    pr_PktWait		* Function to be called when awaiting msg
    APTR    pr_WindowPtr	* Window pointer for errors

* following definitions are new with 2.0
    BPTR    pr_HomeDir		* Home directory of executing program
    LONG    pr_Flags		* flags telling dos about process
    APTR    pr_ExitCode		* code to call on exit of program or NULL
    LONG    pr_ExitData		* Passed as an argument to pr_ExitCode
    APTR    pr_Arguments	* Arguments passed to the process at start
    STRUCT  pr_LocalVars,MLH_SIZE * Local environment variables
    APTR    pr_ShellPrivate	* for the use of the current shell
    BPTR    pr_CES		* Error stream - if NULL, use pr_COS
   LABEL   pr_SIZEOF		* Process

*
* Flags for pr_Flags
*
	BITDEF PR,FREESEGLIST,0
	BITDEF PR,FREECURRDIR,1
	BITDEF PR,FREECLI,2
	BITDEF PR,CLOSEINPUT,3
	BITDEF PR,CLOSEOUTPUT,4
	BITDEF PR,FREEARGS,5

* The long word address (BPTR) of this STRUCTure is returned by
* Open() and other routines that return a file.	 You need only worry
* about this STRUCT to do async io's via PutMsg() instead of
* standard file system calls

 STRUCTURE FileHandle,0
   APTR	  fh_Link		* pointer to EXEC message
   APTR	  fh_Interactive	* Boolean; TRUE if interactive handle
   APTR	  fh_Type		* Port to do PutMsg() to
   LONG	  fh_Buf
   LONG	  fh_Pos
   LONG	  fh_End
   LONG	  fh_Funcs
fh_Func1 EQU fh_Funcs
   LONG	  fh_Func2
   LONG	  fh_Func3
   LONG	  fh_Args
fh_Arg1 EQU fh_Args
   LONG	  fh_Arg2
   LABEL  fh_SIZEOF * FileHandle

* This is the extension to EXEC Messages used by DOS
 STRUCTURE DosPacket,0
   APTR	  dp_Link	  * pointer to EXEC message
   APTR	  dp_Port	  * pointer to Reply port for the packet
*			  * Must be filled in each send.
   LONG	  dp_Type	  * See ACTION_... below and
*			  * 'R' means Read, 'W' means Write to the file system
   LONG	  dp_Res1	  * For file system calls this is the result
*			  * that would have been returned by the
*			  * function, e.g. Write ('W') returns actual
*			  * length written
   LONG	  dp_Res2	  * For file system calls this is what would
*			  * have been returned by IoErr()
   LONG	  dp_Arg1
*  Device packets common equivalents
dp_Action  EQU	dp_Type
dp_Status  EQU	dp_Res1
dp_Status2 EQU	dp_Res2
dp_BufAddr EQU	dp_Arg1
   LONG	  dp_Arg2
   LONG	  dp_Arg3
   LONG	  dp_Arg4
   LONG	  dp_Arg5
   LONG	  dp_Arg6
   LONG	  dp_Arg7
   LABEL  dp_SIZEOF * DosPacket

* A Packet does not require the Message to before it in memory, but
* for convenience it is useful to associate the two.
* Also see the function init_std_pkt for initializing this STRUCTure

 STRUCTURE StandardPacket,0
   STRUCT sp_Msg,MN_SIZE
   STRUCT sp_Pkt,dp_SIZEOF
   LABEL  sp_SIZEOF * StandardPacket


* Packet types
ACTION_NIL		EQU	0
ACTION_STARTUP		EQU	0
ACTION_GET_BLOCK	EQU	2	;OBSOLETE
ACTION_SET_MAP		EQU	4
ACTION_DIE		EQU	5
ACTION_EVENT		EQU	6
ACTION_CURRENT_VOLUME	EQU	7
ACTION_LOCATE_OBJECT	EQU	8
ACTION_RENAME_DISK	EQU	9
ACTION_WRITE		EQU	'W'
ACTION_READ		EQU	'R'
ACTION_FREE_LOCK	EQU	15
ACTION_DELETE_OBJECT	EQU	16
ACTION_RENAME_OBJECT	EQU	17
ACTION_MORE_CACHE	EQU	18
ACTION_COPY_DIR		EQU	19
ACTION_WAIT_CHAR	EQU	20
ACTION_SET_PROTECT	EQU	21
ACTION_CREATE_DIR	EQU	22
ACTION_EXAMINE_OBJECT	EQU	23
ACTION_EXAMINE_NEXT	EQU	24
ACTION_DISK_INFO	EQU	25
ACTION_INFO		EQU	26
ACTION_FLUSH		EQU	27
ACTION_SET_COMMENT	EQU	28
ACTION_PARENT		EQU	29
ACTION_TIMER		EQU	30
ACTION_INHIBIT		EQU	31
ACTION_DISK_TYPE	EQU	32
ACTION_DISK_CHANGE	EQU	33
ACTION_SET_DATE		EQU	34

ACTION_SCREEN_MODE	EQU	994

ACTION_READ_RETURN	EQU	1001
ACTION_WRITE_RETURN	EQU	1002
ACTION_SEEK		EQU	1008
ACTION_FINDUPDATE	EQU	1004
ACTION_FINDINPUT	EQU	1005
ACTION_FINDOUTPUT	EQU	1006
ACTION_END		EQU	1007
ACTION_SET_FILE_SIZE	EQU	1022	; fast file system only
ACTION_WRITE_PROTECT	EQU	1023	; fast file system only

* new 2.0 packets
ACTION_SAME_LOCK	EQU	40
ACTION_CHANGE_SIGNAL	EQU	995
ACTION_FORMAT		EQU	1020
ACTION_MAKE_LINK	EQU	1021
*
*
ACTION_READ_LINK	EQU	1024
ACTION_FH_FROM_LOCK	EQU	1026
ACTION_IS_FILESYSTEM	EQU	1027
ACTION_CHANGE_MODE	EQU	1028
*
ACTION_COPY_DIR_FH	EQU	1030
ACTION_PARENT_FH	EQU	1031
ACTION_EXAMINE_ALL	EQU	1033
ACTION_EXAMINE_FH	EQU	1034

ACTION_LOCK_RECORD	EQU	2008
ACTION_FREE_RECORD	EQU	2009

ACTION_ADD_NOTIFY	EQU	4097
ACTION_REMOVE_NOTIFY	EQU	4098

* Added in V39:
ACTION_EXAMINE_ALL_END	EQU	1035
ACTION_SET_OWNER	EQU	1036

* Tell a file system to serialize the current volume. This is typically
* done by changing the creation date of the disk. This packet does not take
* any arguments.  NOTE: be prepared to handle failure of this packet for
* V37 ROM filesystems.

ACTION_SERIALIZE_DISK	EQU	4200
   
* A structure for holding error messages - stored as array with error == 0
* for the last entry.

 STRUCTURE ErrorString,0
	APTR   estr_Nums
	APTR   estr_Strings
        LABEL  ErrorString_SIZEOF

* DOS library node structure.
* This is the data at positive offsets from the library node.
* Negative offsets from the node is the jump table to DOS functions
* node = (STRUCT DosLibrary *) OpenLibrary( "dos.library" .. )

 STRUCTURE DosLibrary,0
    STRUCT  dl_lib,LIB_SIZE
    APTR    dl_Root	     * Pointer to RootNode, described below
    APTR    dl_GV	     * Pointer to BCPL global vector
    LONG    dl_A2	     * BCPL standard register values
    LONG    dl_A5
    LONG    dl_A6
    APTR    dl_Errors	     * PRIVATE pointer to array of error msgs
    APTR    dl_TimeReq	     * PRIVATE pointer to timer request 
    APTR    dl_UtilityBase   * PRIVATE pointer to utility library base
    APTR    dl_IntuitionBase * PRIVATE pointer to intuition library base
    LABEL   dl_SIZEOF *	 DosLibrary

*

 STRUCTURE RootNode,0
    BPTR    rn_TaskArray       * [0] is max number of CLI's
*			       * [1] is APTR to process id of CLI 1
*			       * [n] is APTR to process id of CLI n
    BPTR    rn_ConsoleSegment  * SegList for the CLI
    STRUCT  rn_Time,ds_SIZEOF  * Current time
    LONG    rn_RestartSeg      * SegList for the disk validator process
    BPTR    rn_Info	       * Pointer to the Info structure
    BPTR    rn_FileHandlerSegment * code for file handler
    STRUCT  rn_CliList,MLH_SIZE * new list of all CLI processes
*			       * the first cpl_Array is also rn_TaskArray
    APTR    rn_BootProc	       * private! ptr to msgport of boot fs
    BPTR    rn_ShellSegment    * seglist for Shell (for NewShell)
    LONG    rn_Flags	       * dos flags
    LABEL   rn_SIZEOF * RootNode

 BITDEF	RN,WILDSTAR,24
 BITDEF RN,PRIVATE1,1

* ONLY to be allocated by DOS!
 STRUCTURE CliProcList,0
    STRUCT  cpl_Node,MLN_SIZE
    LONG    cpl_First	       * number of first entry in array
    APTR    cpl_Array	       * pointer to array of process msgport pointers
*			       * [0] is max number of CLI's in this entry (n)
*			       * [1] is APTR to process id of CLI cpl_First
*			       * [n] is APTR to process id of CLI cpl_First+n-1
    LABEL   cpl_SIZEOF

 STRUCTURE DosInfo,0
    BPTR    di_McName	       * PRIVATE: system resident module list
di_ResList EQU di_McName
    BPTR    di_DevInfo	       * Device List
    BPTR    di_Devices	       * Currently zero
    BPTR    di_Handlers	       * Currently zero
    APTR    di_NetHand	       * Network handler processid currently zero
    STRUCT  di_DevLock,SS_SIZE    * do NOT access directly!
    STRUCT  di_EntryLock,SS_SIZE  * do NOT access directly!
    STRUCT  di_DeleteLock,SS_SIZE * do NOT access directly!
    LABEL   di_SIZEOF * DosInfo

* structure for the Dos resident list.  Do NOT allocate these, use
* AddSegment(), and heed the warnings in the autodocs!

 STRUCTURE Segment,0
	BPTR seg_Next
	LONG seg_UC
	BPTR seg_Seg
	STRUCT seg_Name,4	; Actually the first 4 chars of BSTR name
	LABEL seg_SIZEOF

CMD_SYSTEM	EQU	-1
CMD_INTERNAL	EQU	-2
CMD_DISABLED	EQU	-999


* DOS Processes started from the CLI via RUN or NEWCLI have this additional
* set to data associated with them

 STRUCTURE CommandLineInterface,0
    LONG   cli_Result2	       * Value of IoErr from last command
    BSTR   cli_SetName	       * Name of current directory
    BPTR   cli_CommandDir      * Head of the path locklist
    LONG   cli_ReturnCode      * Return code from last command
    BSTR   cli_CommandName     * Name of current command
    LONG   cli_FailLevel       * Fail level (set by FAILAT)
    BSTR   cli_Prompt	       * Current prompt (set by PROMPT)
    BPTR   cli_StandardInput   * Default (terminal) CLI input
    BPTR   cli_CurrentInput    * Current CLI input
    BSTR   cli_CommandFile     * Name of EXECUTE command file
    LONG   cli_Interactive     * Boolean True if prompts required
    LONG   cli_Background      * Boolean True if CLI created by RUN
    BPTR   cli_CurrentOutput   * Current CLI output
    LONG   cli_DefaultStack    * Stack size to be obtained in long words
    BPTR   cli_StandardOutput  * Default (terminal) CLI output
    BPTR   cli_Module	       * SegList of currently loaded command
    LABEL  cli_SIZEOF	       * CommandLineInterface

* This structure can take on different values depending on whether it is
* a device, an assigned directory, or a volume.	 Below is the structure
* reflecting volumes only.  Following that is the structure representing
* only devices. Following that is the unioned structure representing all
* the values
  
* structure representing a volume 

 STRUCTURE DevList,0
    BPTR	dl_Next			; bptr to next device list
    LONG	dl_Type			; see DLT below
    APTR	dl_Task			; ptr to handler task
    BPTR	dl_Lock			; not for volumes
    STRUCT	dl_VolumeDate,ds_SIZEOF ; creation date
    BPTR	dl_LockList		; outstanding locks
    LONG	dl_DiskType		; 'DOS', etc
    LONG	dl_unused
    BSTR	dl_Name			; bptr to bcpl name
    LABEL	DevList_SIZEOF

* device structure (same as the DeviceNode structure in filehandler.i

 STRUCTURE	 DevInfo,0
    BPTR    dvi_Next
    LONG    dvi_Type
    APTR    dvi_Task
    BPTR    dvi_Lock
    BSTR    dvi_Handler
    LONG    dvi_Stacksize
    LONG    dvi_Priority
    LONG    dvi_Startup
    BPTR    dvi_SegList
    BPTR    dvi_GlobVec
    BSTR    dvi_Name
    LABEL   dvi_SIZEOF

* combined structure for devices, assigned directories, volumes 

 STRUCTURE DosList,0
    BPTR     dol_Next	     ; bptr to next device on lis
    LONG     dol_Type	     ; see DLT below
    APTR     dol_Task	     ; ptr to handler task
    BPTR     dol_Lock

    STRUCT	dol_VolumeDate,0	; creation date (UNION)
    STRUCT	dol_AssignName,0	; name for assign path (UNION)
    BSTR	dol_Handler		; file name to load if seglist is null
    STRUCT	dol_List,0		; List of directories assigned (UNION)
    LONG	dol_StackSize		; stacksize to use when starting process
    LONG	dol_Priority		; task priority when starting process

    STRUCT	dol_LockList,0		; outstanding locks (UNION)
    ULONG	dol_Startup		; startup msg: FileSysStartupMsg
					; for disks

    STRUCT	dol_DiskType,0		; 'DOS', etc (UNION)
    BPTR	dol_SegList		; already loaded code for new task

    BPTR	dol_GlobVec		; BCPL global vector

    BSTR	dol_Name		; bptr to bcpl name
    LABEL	DosList_SIZEOF



* definitions for dl_Type
DLT_DEVICE	EQU	0
DLT_DIRECTORY	EQU	1	; assign
DLT_VOLUME	EQU	2
DLT_LATE	EQU	3	; late-binding assign
DLT_NONBINDING	EQU	4	; non-binding assign (AssignPath)
DLT_PRIVATE	EQU	-1	; for internal use only

* structure return by GetDeviceProc()
 STRUCTURE DevProc,0
    APTR	dvp_Port	; struct MsgPort *
    BPTR	dvp_Lock
    ULONG	dvp_Flags
    APTR	dvp_DevNode	; struct DosList * - DON'T TOUCH OR USE!
    LABEL	dvp_SIZEOF

* definitions for dvp_Flags
 BITDEF	DVP,UNLOCK,0		; PRIVATE!
 BITDEF	DVP,ASSIGN,1

* Flags to be passed to LockDosList(), etc
 BITDEF LD,DEVICES,2
 BITDEF LD,VOLUMES,3
 BITDEF LD,ASSIGNS,4
 BITDEF LD,ENTRY,5
 BITDEF LD,DELETE,6

* You MUST specify one of LDF_READ or LDF_WRITE
 BITDEF LD,READ,0
 BITDEF LD,WRITE,1

* actually all but LDF_ENTRY (which is used for internal locking)
LDF_ALL	EQU	(LDF_DEVICES!LDF_VOLUMES!LDF_ASSIGNS)

* a lock structure, as returned by Lock() or DupLock()
 STRUCTURE FileLock,0
    BPTR	fl_Link			; bcpl pointer to next lock
    LONG	fl_Key			; disk block number
    LONG	fl_Access		; exclusive or shared
    APTR	fl_Task			; handler task's port
    BPTR	fl_Volume		; bptr to DLT_VOLUME DosList entry
    LABEL	fl_SIZEOF

* error report types for ErrorReport()
REPORT_STREAM	EQU	0	; a stream 
REPORT_TASK	EQU	1	; a process - unused 
REPORT_LOCK	EQU	2	; a lock 
REPORT_VOLUME	EQU	3	; a volume node 
REPORT_INSERT	EQU	4	; please insert volume 

* Special error codes for ErrorReport()
ABORT_DISK_ERROR	EQU	296	; Read/write error 
ABORT_BUSY		EQU	288	; You MUST replace... 

* types for initial packets to shells from run/newcli/execute/system.
* For shell-writers only
RUN_EXECUTE		EQU	-1
RUN_SYSTEM		EQU	-2
RUN_SYSTEM_ASYNCH	EQU	-3

* Types for fib_DirEntryType.  NOTE that both USERDIR and ROOT are
* directories, and that directory/file checks should use <0 and >=0.
* This is not necessarily exhaustive!  Some handlers may use other
* values as needed, though <0 and >=0 should remain as supported as
* possible.
ST_ROOT		EQU	1
ST_USERDIR	EQU	2
ST_SOFTLINK	EQU	3	; looks like dir, but may point to a file!
ST_LINKDIR	EQU	4	; hard link to dir
ST_FILE		EQU	-3	; must be negative for FIB!
ST_LINKFILE	EQU	-4	; hard link to file
ST_PIPEFILE	EQU	-5	; for pipes that support ExamineFH

	ENDC	; DOS_DOSEXTENS_I

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