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I wonder if someone can see what I did wrong in the following code.
I'm trying to code up a unix-fd-2-lisp-stream function so that I can do
io at higher level. The particular fd was returned from accept.
However, when I called the _srv_accept function, akcl reported that memory
may be damaged. I basically copied the code from file.d, but somehow it just
didn't work. I've enclosed the fd_to_stream function and a script below.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Wei Jen Yeh firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Computer Science
West Lafayette, Indiana
enum smmode smm;
extern object Sstring_char;
fp = (&_iob[fd]);
x = alloc_object(t_stream);
x->sm.sm_mode = (short)smm;
x->sm.sm_fp = fp;
fp->_base = BASEFF;
x->sm.sm_buffer = 0;
x->sm.sm_object0 = Sstring_char;
x->sm.sm_object1 = \"stream_sock\";
x->sm.sm_int0 = x->sm.sm_int1 = 0;
x->sm.sm_buffer = buf;
AKCL (Austin Kyoto Common Lisp) Version(1.615) Wed Aug 19 14:58:11 EST 1992
Contains Enhancements by W. Schelter
End of Pass 1.
End of Pass 2.
OPTIMIZE levels: Safety=2, Space=0, Speed=3
Finished compiling ./socket.
>(si::faslink "socket.o" "-lc")
start address -T 39b808 1848
>(setq host (_srv_current_host))
>(setq sock (_srv_create_listening_socket host 3012))
>(setq stream (_srv_accept 3))
1> (_SRV_ACCEPT 3)
Error: Caught fatal error [memory may be damaged]
Fast links are on: do (use-fast-links nil) for debugging
Error signalled by SYSTEM::TRACE-CALL.
Broken at SYSTEM::TRACE-CALL. Type :H for Help.