Module term.termios stdlib

term.termios
Version:
0.3.3
License:
MIT
Dependencies from vmod:
0
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Functions

#fn flag

Windows
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

for the underlying C.termios structure It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn flag

Solarisinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

inline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

OpenBSDinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

Linuxinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

FreeBSDinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

Dragonflyinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

fn flag(value int) TcFlag

for the underlying C.termios structure It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn flag

inline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn flag

Androidinline
fn flag(value int) TcFlag

flag provides a termios flag of the correct size for the underlying C.termios structure

#fn invert

Windows
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn invert

Solarisinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

inline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

OpenBSDinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

Linuxinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

FreeBSDinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

Dragonflyinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn invert

inline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn invert

Androidinline
fn invert(value TcFlag) TcFlag

invert is a platform dependant way to bitwise NOT (~) TcFlag as its length varies across platforms

#fn ioctl

Windowsinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn ioctl

Solarisinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

inline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

OpenBSDinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

Linuxinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

FreeBSDinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

Dragonflyinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

inline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

inline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn ioctl

Androidinline
fn ioctl(fd int, request u64, arg voidptr) int

ioctl is an unsafe wrapper around C.ioctl and keeps its semantic

#fn tcgetattr

Windows
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn tcgetattr

Solarisinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

inline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

OpenBSDinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

Linuxinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

FreeBSDinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

Dragonflyinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn tcgetattr

inline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

#fn tcgetattr

Androidinline
fn tcgetattr(fd int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcgetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

Windows
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn tcsetattr

Solarisinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

inline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

OpenBSDinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

Linuxinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

FreeBSDinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

Dragonflyinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic It is only implemented for Unix like OSes

#fn tcsetattr

inline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

#fn tcsetattr

Androidinline
fn tcsetattr(fd int, optional_actions int, mut termios_p &Termios) int

tcsetattr is an unsafe wrapper around C.termios and keeps its semantic

Structs

#struct Termios

Android
pub struct Termios {
pub mut:
	c_iflag  TcFlag
	c_oflag  TcFlag
	c_cflag  TcFlag
	c_lflag  TcFlag
	c_line   Cc
	c_cc     [cclen]Cc
	c_ispeed Speed
	c_ospeed Speed
}

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