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Fri Dec 11 22:54:31 1998 UTC
(23 years, 1 month ago) by pazsan
CVS tags: v0-4-0
Added further options to shrink a kernel down
Cleaned up conditional primitives (works now for C-generated part, too)
Cleaned up mach files for embedded architectures
Cleaned up options in the kernel
\ ERRORE.FS English error strings 9may93jaw
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\ The errors are defined by a linked list, for easy adding
\ and deleting. Speed is not neccassary at this point.
AVariable ErrLink \ Linked list entry point
NIL ErrLink !
\ error numbers between -256 and -511 represent signals
\ signals are handled with strsignal
\ but some signals produce throw-codes > -256, e.g., -28
\ error numbers between -512 and -2047 are for OS errors and are
\ handled with strerror
has? OS [IF]
: >stderr ( -- )
r> outfile-id >r stderr to outfile-id
>exec r> to outfile-id ;
: >stderr ;
: .error ( n -- )
cr ." Error: "
BEGIN @ dup
2dup cell+ @ =
2 cells + count type drop EXIT THEN
[ has? os [IF] ]
dup -511 -255 within
256 + negate strsignal type EXIT
dup -2047 -511 within
512 + negate strerror type EXIT
[ [THEN] ]