Using an IDE for Development

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Unix System Programming and The Shell Project
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UNIX Organization UNIX has multiple components Scheduler – Schedules processes File System – Provides storage Virtual Memory - Allows each process to have its own address space Networking Subsystem Windowing System Shells and applications
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Shell Project To interact with the OS you use a shell program or command interpreter Csh – C Shell Tcsh – Enhanced C Shell Sh - Shell Ksh – Korn Shell Bash – GNU shell There are also other graphical shells like Windows Desktop Mac OS Finder X Windows Managers
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Shell Interpreter The shell project is divided into several subsystems: Parser : reads a command line and creates a command table. One entry corresponds to a component in the pipeline. Example: Command: ls –al | grep me > file1 ls -al grep me In:dflt Out:file1 Err:dflt Command Table
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Shell Interpreter Executor: Creates new process for each entry in the command table. It also creates pipes to
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