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msgids(2)							   System Calls 							 msgids(2)

msgids - discover all message queue identifiers SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/msg.h> int msgids(int *buf, uint_t nids, uint_t *pnids); DESCRIPTION
The msgids() function copies all active message queue identifiers from the system into the user-defined buffer specified by buf, provided that the number of such identifiers is not greater than the number of integers the buffer can contain, as specified by nids. If the size of the buffer is insufficient to contain all of the active message queue identifiers in the system, none are copied. Whether or not the size of the buffer is sufficient to contain all of them, the number of active message queue identifiers in the system is copied into the unsigned integer pointed to by pnids. If nids is 0 or less than the number of active message queue identifiers in the system, buf is ignored. RETURN VALUES
Upon successful completion, msgids() returns 0. Otherwise, -1 is returned and errno is set to indicate the error. ERRORS
The msgids() function will fail if: EFAULT The buf or pnids argument points to an illegal address. USAGE
The msgids() function returns a snapshot of all the active message queue identifiers in the system. More may be added and some may be removed before they can be used by the caller. EXAMPLES
Example 1 msgids() example This is sample C code indicating how to use the msgids() function (see msgsnap(2)): void examine_queues() { int *ids = NULL; uint_t nids = 0; uint_t n; int i; for (;;) { if (msgids(ids, nids, &n) != 0) { perror("msgids"); exit(1); } if (n <= nids) /* we got them all */ break; /* we need a bigger buffer */ ids = realloc(ids, (nids = n) * sizeof (int)); } for (i = 0; i < n; i++) process_msgid(ids[i]); free(ids); } ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Async-Signal-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
ipcrm(1), ipcs(1), Intro(2), msgctl(2), msgget(2), msgsnap(2), msgrcv(2), msgsnd(2), attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 8 Mar 2000 msgids(2)

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xgettext(1)							   User Commands						       xgettext(1)

xgettext - extract gettext call strings from C programs SYNOPSIS
xgettext [-ns] [-a [-x exclude-file]] [-c comment-tag] [-d default-domain] [-j] [-m prefix] [-M suffix] [-p pathname] -| filename... xgettext -h DESCRIPTION
The xgettext utility is used to automate the creation of portable message files (.po). A .po file contains copies of "C" strings that are found in ANSI C source code in filename or the standard input if `-' is specified on the command line. The .po file can be used as input to the msgfmt(1) utility, which produces a binary form of the message file that can be used by application during run-time. xgettext writes msgid strings from gettext(3C) calls in filename to the default output file messages.po. The default output file name can be changed by -d option. msgid strings in dgettext() calls are written to the output file domainname.po where domainname is the first parameter to the dgettext() call. By default, xgettext creates a .po file in the current working directory, and each entry is in the same order that the strings are extracted from filenames. When the -p option is specified, the .po file is created in the pathname directory. An existing .po file is overwritten. Duplicate msgids are written to the .po file as comment lines. When the -s option is specified, the .po is sorted by the msgid string, and all duplicated msgids are removed. All msgstr directives in the .po file are empty unless the -m option is used. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -n Add comment lines to the output file indicating file name and line number in the source file where each extracted string is encountered. These lines appear before each msgid in the following format: # # File: filename, line: line-number -s Generate output sorted by msgids with all duplicate msgids removed. -a Extract all strings, not just those found in gettext(3C), and dgettext() () calls. Only one .po file is created. -c comment-tag The comment block beginning with comment-tag as the first token of the comment block is added to the output .po file as # delimited comments. For multiple domains, xgettext directs comments and messages to the prevailing text domain. -d default-domain Rename default output file from messages.po to default-domain .po. -j Join messages with existing message files. If a .po file does not exist, it is created. If a .po file does exist, new messages are appended. Any duplicate msgids are commented out in the resulting .po file. Domain directives in the existing .po file are ignored. Results not guaranteed if the existing message file has been edited. -m prefix Fill in the msgstr with prefix. This is useful for debugging purposes. To make msgstr identical to msgid, use an empty string ("") for prefix. -M suffix Fill in the msgstr with suffix. This is useful for debugging purposes. -p pathname Specify the directory where the output files will be placed. This option overrides the current working directory. -x exclude-file Specify a .po file that contains a list of msgids that are not to be extracted from the input files. The format of exclude-file is identical to the .po file. However, only the msgid directive line in exclude-file is used. All other lines are simply ignored. The -x option can only be used with the -a option. -h Print a help message on the standard output. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWloc | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
msgfmt(1), gettext(3C), attributes(5) NOTES
xgettext is not able to extract cast strings, for example ANSI C casts of literal strings to (const char *). This is unnecessary anyway, since the prototypes in <libintl.h> already specify this type. In messages and translation notes, lines greater than 2048 characters are truncated to 2048 characters and a warning message is printed to stderr. SunOS 5.11 23 Mar 1999 xgettext(1)
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