MPT_GETIOCSTATE(9) Message-based devices MPT_GETIOCSTATE(9)NAME
mpt_GetIocState - Get the current state of a MPT adapter.
u32 mpt_GetIocState(MPT_ADAPTER * ioc, int cooked);
Pointer to MPT_ADAPTER structure
Request raw or cooked IOC state
Returns all IOC Doorbell register bits if cooked==0, else just the Doorbell bits in MPI_IOC_STATE_MASK.
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term::ansi::ctrl::unix(n) Terminal control term::ansi::ctrl::unix(n)
term::ansi::ctrl::unix - Control operations and queries
package require Tcl 8.4
package require term::ansi::ctrl::unix ?0.1?
::term::ansi::ctrl::unix::import ?ns? ?arg...?
WARNING: This package is unix-specific and depends on the availability of two unix system commands for terminal control, i.e. stty and
tput, both of which have to be found in the $PATH. If any of these two commands is missing the loading of the package will fail.
The package provides commands to switch the standard input of the current process between raw and cooked input modes, and to query the size
of terminals, i.e. the available number of columns and lines.
::term::ansi::ctrl::unix::import ?ns? ?arg...?
This command imports some or all attribute commands into the namespace ns. This is by default the namespace ctrl. Note that this is
relative namespace name, placing the imported command into a child of the current namespace. By default all commands are imported,
this can howver be restricted by listing the names of the wanted commands after the namespace argument.
This command switches the standard input of the current process to raw input mode. This means that from then on all characters typed
by the user are immediately reported to the application instead of waiting in the OS buffer until the Enter/Return key is received.
This command switches the standard input of the current process to cooked input mode. This means that from then on all characters
typed by the user are kept in OS buffers for editing until the Enter/Return key is received.
This command queries the terminal connected to the standard input for the number of columns available for display.
This command queries the terminal connected to the standard input for the number of rows (aka lines) available for display.
BUGS, IDEAS, FEEDBACK
This document, and the package it describes, will undoubtedly contain bugs and other problems. Please report such in the category term of
the Tcllib SF Trackers [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=12883]. Please also report any ideas for enhancements you may have for
either package and/or documentation.
ansi, columns, control, cooked, input mode, lines, raw, rows, terminal
Copyright (c) 2006 Andreas Kupries <email@example.com>
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