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SubjectRe: process header declaration?
Timur Tabi wrote:
>
> ** Reply to message from "Andrew C. Dingman"
> <dingman@dingman.student.earlham.edu> on Thu, 19 Oct 2000 12:30:51 -0500 (EST)
>
> > I'm working on a project for my senior seminar for which I (and my
> > profs) think I need to modify the process descriptor
> > struct. Unfortunately, I don't seem to be good enough with 'grep' to
> > figure out where the type is declared.
>
> Spend the money to get a real editor, like Visual SlickEdit for Linux. It
> makes analyzing the Linux kernel ten times easier. In this case, a single
> keystroke would have told you where that structure (or any field in any
> structure) is defined.
>
> --
> Timur Tabi - ttabi@interactivesi.com
> Interactive Silicon - http://www.interactivesi.com

Linux distributions come with an amazing amount of quality tools, you
don't need to invest any extra dollars. Learn to use ctags or etags and
you can quickly find a type with vi or emacs.

John Kacur
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