C Compiler The DECUS C Compiler and Assembler and the RT-11 Macro Assem- bler and Linker are required to build the the TCP/IP Package for RT-11 from the source files included in the distribution. The DECUS C Compiler is from the DECUS 11-SP-18 distribution with bug fixes made to the compiler and the library. (The updates are on logical disk CCDSK2.DSK). EIS and non-EIS versions of the compiler along with the assembler, library, and the necesary header files are included with the distribution to allow the package to be recompiled. 1. Create CDISK.DSK as C:, a logical disk for the C compiler 2. Copy the contents of the logical disk CCDSK1.DSK to C:. The device containing the compiler, assembler and header files should be assigned as device C:. The build procedures assume that the compiler and header files are on the logical device 'C:'. 3. Copy the compiler helper files from logical disk CCXDSK.DSK to C:. 4. Use the command file C:CCSET.EIS to copy the EIS specific files into the C: directory with the appropriate .SAV and .OBJ file types. 5. UCL CC and ASM commands. 1. For RT-11-XM V5.3 use file C:CCXASM.V53 to create the UCL commands to invoke CC and ASM. 2. For RT-11-XM V5.6 (and later) use file C:CCXASM.V56 to create the UCL commands to invoke CC and ASM.
TCP/IP Package The TCP/IP Package is supplied with the complete source code as an assemblage of C files (*.c), macro files (*.mac), header files (*.h), and an assortment of command files (*.com). 1. Copy the logical disks SRDSK1.DSK, SRDSK2.DSK, SRDSK3.DSK, and SRDSK4.DSK to a disk or logical disk having at least 10000 blocks of free space. 2. Use the command file BLDRT.SET to create the RT-11 con- ditional files. 3. The command file BLDALL.COM will compile and link the complete TCP/IP Package. Inspect BLDALL.COM to see how each individual component is built. An unloaded 11/73 processor will take from 40 to 50 minutes to compile and link the complete package. 4. Rename all .SAV files to .SXV files. 5. The command file RTV53.INS or RTV56.INS may be used to copy all the files necessary to configure a complete implementation of the TCP/IP Package for RT-11 to the TCP: directory. (This includes all the files found on logical disks RTDSK1.DSK, RTDSK2.DSK, and RTDSK3.DSK).
Compiling Options The TCP/IP Package components may be compiled with or without the diagnostic options (the default is no diagnostics). Each component has an individual header file, e.g. VTCPIP.H for TCPIP.SAV, which contains define statements that have been com- mented out to exclude the diagnostics. Several other programs have optional sections that may be disabled by commenting out selected define statements.
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