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reply "Steve Adams" <adamss ascinet.com> writes:
In what libraries are things like popen() and opendir() located?  They are
in the include files, but don't seem to get included in the link.
Jun 06 2002
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
I think they are in the header files in in the M_UNIX block or something like
that???
Which means they are not being used at this time as the compiler does not
generate code for Unix platforms anymore I think...

Jan



Steve Adams wrote:

 In what libraries are things like popen() and opendir() located?  They are
 in the include files, but don't seem to get included in the link.

Jun 06 2002
parent "Steve Adams" <adamss ascinet.com> writes:
They are there, but popen() and pclose() are supported by VC/C++.  Although
they are called _popen() and _pclose().


"Jan Knepper" <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote in message
news:3CFFA7EF.6F529FC1 smartsoft.cc...
 I think they are in the header files in in the M_UNIX block or something

 that???
 Which means they are not being used at this time as the compiler does not
 generate code for Unix platforms anymore I think...

 Jan



 Steve Adams wrote:

 In what libraries are things like popen() and opendir() located?  They


 in the include files, but don't seem to get included in the link.


Jun 06 2002