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hurd_types.defs help

From: Daniel E . Baumann
Subject: hurd_types.defs help
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2000 02:26:09 -0500

I am reading the server writers guide and I was looking through the
hurd_types.defs file and I noticed declarations for INTRAN, OUTTRAN, and
DESTRUCTOR for a number of subsystems. The syntax for these looks different
than how they show it in the Mach guide. Are these just macros? Say for

        intran: IO_INTRAN

is IO_INTRAN a macro defining a translation routine?

Also where would I be able to find out what all the types, constants and
structures are? Like if I wanted to know what mach_port_copy_send_t is.

Where are these files located?

#include <mach/std_types.defs>
#include <mach/mach_types.defs>
#include <device/device_types.defs>  

P.S. Is this the appropriate list for asking programming questions?

Daniel E. Baumann
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