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ANSI C toolset user manual

August 1990
INMOS document number: 72-TDS-224-00
577 Pages

© INMOS Limited 1990.

Preface

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About this Manual

This manual is a User Guide to the ANSI C toolset. The manual is divided into two main parts, plus appendices:

1) User Guide. Describes the toolset and shows how it is used to develop and run transputer programs.

2) Tools. Detailed descriptions of the individual tools, with their syntax and options.

3) Appendices. For technical reference.

Differences from previous toolsets

Differences from the 3L Parallel C toolset are listed immediately after this preface.

Host versions

The manual is designed to cover all host versions of the toolset:

  • IMS D7214 - IBM and NEC PC running MS-DOS
  • IMS D5214 - Sun 3 systems running SunOS
  • IMS D4214 - Sun 4 systems running SunOS
  • IMS D6214 - VAX systems running VMS

Contents

	Contents overview 
	Contents 
	Preface 
	Differences from 3L Parallel C

User Guide

1	Introduction to transputers
	1.1	Overview
	1.2	Transputers
		1.2.1	Multitransputer systems
		1.2.2	Links
		1.2.3	Hardware parallel support
		1.2.4	Transputer products
	1.3	Transputers and C
		1.3.1	Programming model
		1.3.2	Multitransputer programming
		1.3.3	Real time programming
	1.4	Program development
		1.4.1	Software design
		1.4.2	Programming
		1.4.3	Debugging
		1.4.4	Embedded systems

2	Overview of the toolset
	2.1	Introduction
	2.2	Features of the toolset
		2.2.1	Standard object file forma
		2.2.2	New configuration language
		2.2.3	Runtime library
		2.2.4	Concurrent programming
		2.2.5	Transputer targets
		2.2.6	Support for earlier toolsets
	2.3	Toolset summary
	2.4	ANSI C compiler - icc
	2.5	Generating executable code
		2.5.1	Linker - ilink
		2.5.2	Configurer - icconf
		2.5.3	Code collector - icollect
	2.6	Loading and running programs
		2.6.1	Host file server - iserver
		2.6.2	Skip loader - iskip
	2.7	Program development and support
		2.7.1	Network debugger - idebug
		2.7.2	Memory dumper - idump
		2.7.3	Librarian - ilibr
		2.7.4	Binary lister - ilist
		2.7.5	Transputer simulator - isim
		2.7.6	Makefile generator - imakef
		2.7.7	File format convertor - icvlink
	2.8	EPROM programming
		2.8.1	EPROM programmer - ieprom 
		2.8.2	Memory configurer - iemit
	2.9	Program development using the toolset
	2.10	Runtime library 
		2.10.1	Header files
	2.11	Toolset file extensions
			File extension scheme required for imakef
	2.12	Error reporting
	2.13	Host dependencies
			Command line syntax
		2.13.1	Host-specific library
		2.13.2	Filenames 
		2.13.3	Search paths
		2.13.4	Environment variables
		2.13.5	Default command line arguments

3	Getting started
	3.1	Outline procedure
	3.2	Running the examples
		3.2.1	Sources
		3.2.2	Example command lines
		3.2.3	Using the simulator
	3.3	A simple sequential program
		3.3.1	Compiling 
		3.3.2	Linking 
		3.3.3	Configuring 
		3.3.4	Loading
	3.4	A parallel version
	3.5	Separate compilation
	3.6	A simple configuration example

4	Parallel processing
	4.1	Introduction
	4.2	Abstract model
		4.2.1	Processes
		4.2.2	Channels
	4.3	Semaphores
	4.4	Parallel processing and transputers
		4.4.1	Multitransputer networks 
		4.4.2	Multitransputer programming 
		4.4.3	Instruction set
			Process control
			Process selection
			Process timing
	4.5	ANSI C
		4.5.1	Library support
		4.5.2	New data types
	4.6	Concurrency functions 
	4.7	Processes
		4.7.1	Unused process pointer 
		4.7.2	Process initialisation
		4.7.3	Freeing stack and workspace
		4.7.4	Process execution
			Unsynchronised processes
			Synchronised processes
		4.7.5	Process timing and scheduling
			Process timing
			Process scheduling
		4.7.6	Clock time
		4.7.7	Input alternation
		4.7.8	Simple alternation
		4.7.9	Polling several Inputs
		4.7.10	Timed input
		4.7.11	Example of use
	4.8	Channel communication
		4.8.1	Transputer link addresses
		4.8.2	Channel allocation, initialisation, and reset
		4.8.3	Channel input and output 
		4.8.4	Reliable channel protocols
		4.8.5	Semaphores
			Use of semaphores by the library 
		4.8.6	Semaphore allocation
			Examples 
		4.8.7	Semaphore handling
	4.9	Parallel programming examples

5	Introduction to the ANSI C compiler
	5.1	Introduction
	5.2	Source and object code
		5.2.1	Object code format
	5.3	Transputer types and classes
		5.3.1	Single transputer type
		5.3.2	Creating a program which can run on a range of transputers 
		5.3.3	Object file containing code compiled for different targets
		5.3.4	Classes/instruction sets - additional information
	5.4	Error modes
	5.5	Preprocessor directives
		5.5.1	Include files
		5.5.2	Pragmas
		5.5.3	Compiler messages 
	5.6	Runtime library
		5.6.1	Reduced library
	5.7	Low level programming
		5.7.1	Assembly code support
		5.7.2	Compiler predefines
	5.8	Mixed language programming

6	Configuring transputer programs
	6.1	Introduction
	6.2	Configuration model
	6.3	Configuration language
		6.3.1	Identifiers
		6.3.2	Types
		6.3.3	Constants 
		6.3.4	Booleans
		6.3.5	Expressions and arithmetic
		6.3.6	Arrays
		6.3.7	Conditional statement 
		6.3.8	Replication
		6.3.9	Predefined functions
	6.4	Network definition
		6.4.1	Nodes
		6.4.2	New node types 
		6.4.3	Connections
			Prohibited connections
	6.5	Software network description 
		6.5.1	Process attributes 
		6.5.2	Stack and heap size 
		6.5.3	Interface
			Array parameters
			get_param function
			Host server channels
		6.5.4	Execution priority 
		6.5.5	Segment ordering
		6.5.6	Defining new process types 
		6.5.7	Input and output channels
		6.5.8	Edge connections
		6.5.9	Assigning code to processes
	6.6	Hardware network description
		6.6.1	Processor links
		6.6.2	Defining new processor types 
		6.6.3	Links
		6.6.4	Edges
	6.7	Mapping description
		6.7.1	Placement of channels
	6.8	Software network example
	6.9	Terminating configured processes
	6.10	Checking the configuration
	6.11	Configuration examples
	6.12	Configuration language summary

7	Loading transputer programs
	7.1	Introduction
	7.2	Tools for loading
	7.3	The loading mechanism 
		7.3.1	Breakpoint debugging
	7.4	Boards and subnetworks
		7.4.1	Subsystem wiring
		7.4.2	Connecting subnetworks
	7.5	Loading programs for debugging
		7.5.1	Board types
		7.5.2	Use of the root transputer 
		7.5.3	Analyse and Reset
	7.6	Example skip load
		7.6.1	Target network
		7.6.2	Loading the program 
		7.6.3	Clearing the network

8	Debugging transputer programs
	8.1	Introduction
		8.1.1	Debugging with isim
	8.2	Programs that can be debugged
	8.3	Compiling programs for debugging 
		8.3.1	Symbolic debug information 
		8.3.2	Error modes
	8.4	Debugging configured programs
	8.5	Post mortem debugging
			Using abort to halt a program 
		8.5.1	Program loading
	8.6	Breakpoint debugging
		8.6.1	Runtime kernel
		8.6.2	Hardware breakpoint support 
		8.6.3	Compiling the program 
		8.6.4	Loading the program 
		8.6.5	Clearing error flags
		8.6.6	Breakpoint functions and commands 
		8.6.7	Breakpoints
	8.7	Program termination
	8.8	Symbolic facilities
		8.8.1	Locating to source code
		8.8.2	Browsing source code
		8.8.3	Inspecting variables
			Jumping down channels 
		8.8.4	Tracing procedure calls 
		8.8.5	Modifying variables 
		8.8.6	Breakpointing
	8.9	Monitor page
		8.9.1	Startup display
			Process pointers
			Registers
			Error flags
			Clocks
			Memory map
		8.9.2	Monitor page commands
			Examining memory
			Locating processes
			Specifying processes
			Selecting processes
			Other processors
			Breakpoint commands
	8.10	A method for debugging halted programs
		8.10.1	Locating all processes
			Running on the processor
			Waiting on a run queue
			Waiting on a timer queue
			Waiting for communication on a link
			Waiting for communication on a channel
			Processes stopped, terminated or not started 
		8.10.2	Locating functions
	8.11	Library functions
		8.11.1	Action when the debugger is not available
	8.12	Debugging with isim
		8.12.1	Command interface 
		8.12.2	Using the simulator
		8.12.3	Program execution monitoring
			Breakpoints 
			Single step execution 
		8.12.4	Core dump file
	8.13	Debugging example
		8.13.1	The example program
		8.13.2	Compiling and loading the facs program 
		8.13.3	Setting Initial breakpoints
		8.13.4	Starting the program 
		8.13.5	Entering the debugger
		8.13.6	Inspecting variables
		8.13.7	Backtracing
		8.13.8	Jumping down a channel
		8.13.9	Inspecting by expression
		8.13.10	Modifying a variable
		8.13.11	Backtracing to main 
		8.13.12	Entering #include files
		8.13.13	Quitting the debugger
	8.14	Points to note when using the debugger 
		8.14.1	Abusing hard links
		8.14.2	Examining the active network (the network is volatile)
		8.14.3	Selecting events from specific processors 
		8.14.4	Invalid pointers
		8.14.5	INTERRUPT key
		8.14.6	Program crashes
		8.14.7	Undetected program crashes
		8.14.8	Debugger hangs when starting program
		8.14.9	Debugger hangs
		8.14.10	Catching concurrent processes with breakpoints
		8.14.11	Arrays as arguments
		8.14.12	Backtracing with concurrent C processes
		8.14.13	Phantom breakpoints 
		8.14.14	Errors generated by the full library
		8.14.15	Errors generated by the reduced library
		8.14.16	Shifting by large positive or negative values 
		8.14.17	Compiler optimisations 
		8.14.18	Determining connectivity and memory sizes

9	Mixed language programming
	9.1	Introduction
	9.2	Mixing code at configuration level
		9.2.1	C and occam
	9.3	Calling occam processes
		9.3.1	Pragma IMS_nolink
		9.3.2	Translating occam names
		9.3.3	Rules for importing occam code
	9.4	Parameter passing
		9.4.1	Return values
		9.4.2	Example of passing parameters
	9.5	Mixing code using the occam 2 toolset
		9.5.1	Calling C from occam

10	Using the EPROM tools
	10.1	Introduction
	10.2	Processing configurations
		10.2.1	Single process, single processor, run from ROM 
		10.2.2	Multiple process, single processor, run from ROM
		10.2.3	Single process, single processor, run from RAM
		10.2.4	Multiple process, single processor, run from RAM
		10.2.5	Multiple process, multiple processor, run from RAM
		10.2.6	Multiple process, multiple processor, root run from ROM,
			 rest of network run from RAM
	10.3	The eprom tool: ieprom
	10.4	Using the configurer and collector to produce ROM bootable code
	10.5	Summary of EPROM steps for different processing configurations

Tools

11	icc - ANSI C compiler
	11.1	Introduction
	11.2	Running the compiler
		11.2.1	Transputer targets 
		11.2.2	Error modes
		11.2.3	Default command line options 
		11.2.4	File extension defaults
		11.2.5	Search paths
	11.3	Compiler directives 
		11.3.1	#include
			Relative directory names
			Backslash character in filenames 
		11.3.2	#define
		11.3.3	#undef 
		11.3.4	#if 
		11.3.5	#ifdef
		11.3.6	#ifndef 
		11.3.7	#else 
		11.3.8	#elif
		11.3.9	#endif 
		11.3.10	#line 
		11.3.11	#pragma
			Pragma IMS_nolink
		11.3.12	#error
	11.4	Optimised functions
	11.5	Compiler predefinitions
		11.5.1	Constants
		11.5.2	Functions
		11.5.3	Other predefines
	11.6	Fatal runtime errors
		11.6.1	Runtime error messages
	11.7	Transputer in-line code
	11.8	Compiler diagnostics 
		11.8.1	Message format
		11.8.2	Severities
		11.8.3	Standard terms 
		11.8.4	ANSI trigraphs
		11.8.5	Warning diagnostics
		11.8.6	Recoverable errors
		11.8.7	Serious errors 
		11.8.8	Fatal errors
	11.9	icc error messages 
		11.9.1	Warnings
		11.9.2	Serious errors 
		11.9.3	Fatal errors

12	icconf - configurer
	12.1	Introduction
	12.2	Configuration language implementation
	12.3	Running the configurer
		12.3.1	Default command line parameters
		12.3.2	Boot-from-ROM options
		12.3.3	Standard include files
		12.3.4	Configuration description examples 
		12.3.5	Configurer library files 
		12.3.6	Search paths
		12.3.7	Default memory map
	12.4	Configurer diagnostics
		12.4.1	Warning messages 
		12.4.2	Error messages
		12.4.3	Serious messages
	12.5	icconf error messages
		12.5.1	Serious errors 
		12.5.2	Fatal errors

13	icollect - code collector
	13.1	Introduction
	13.2	Running the code collector
		13.2.1	Examples of use
		13.2.2	Input files
		13.2.3	Output files
		13.2.4	Non-bootable files 
		13.2.5	Boot-from-ROM options 
		13.2.6	Debug data file
		13.2.7	Alternative bootstrap loaders 
		13.2.8	Small Values of IBOARDSIZE
	13.3	Error messages 
		13.3.1	Warnings
		13.3.2	Serious errors

14	icvlink - file format convertor
	14.1	Introduction
	14.2	Running the format convertor
		14.2.1	Default command line
		14.2.2	Input files
			Compiled object files
			Library files
			Linked object files
		14.2.3	Output files
	14.3	Transputer classes and error modes 
	14.4	Summary of rules for using icvlink 
	14.5	Error messages
		14.5.1	Serious errors

15	idebug - debugger
	15.1	Introduction
		15.1.1	Post-mortem debugging 
		15.1.2	Breakpoint debugging
	15.2	The root transputer
		15.2.1	Board wiring
		15.2.2	Post-mortem debugging R-mode programs
		15.2.3	Post-mortem debugging T-mode programs
		15.2.4	Post-mortem debugging from a network dump file 
		15.2.5	Debugging a dummy network
		15.2.6	Methods for breakpoint debugging 
	15.3	Running the debugger
		15.3.1	Environment variables
		15.3.2	Program termination
		15.3.3	Post-mortem mode invocation
			Reinvoking the debugger on single transputer programs 
		15.3.4	Breakpoint mode invocation
			Clearing error flags on transputer boards
			Program loading
		15.3.5	Function key mappings
	15.4	Debugging programs on different board types 
		15.4.1	Subsystem wiring
		15.4.2	Debugging commands
		15.4.3	Detecting the error flag in breakpoint mode
	15.5	Debugging programs on other boards
	15.6	Monitor page commands
			Command format
			Specifying transputer addresses
		15.6.1	Scrolling the display
		15.6.2	Commands mapped by ITERM 
		15.6.3	Summary of main commands
		15.6.4	Symbolic-type commands and scroll keys 
		15.6.5	Symbolic-type commands
	15.7	Symbolic functions
		15.7.1	Breakpoint functions
	15.8	Expression language for [INSPECT] and [MODIFY]
		15.8.1	C syntax not supported 
		15.8.2	Extensions to C syntax
		15.8.3	Editing keys
		15.8.4	Types
			Type compatibility when using [MODIFY]
	15.9	Display formats for source code symbols
		15.9.1	Warnings
		15.9.2	[TOGGLE HEX] key 
		15.9.3	Notation 
		15.9.4	Basic Types
		15.9.5	Enumerated types 
		15.9.6	Pointers 
		15.9.7	Function Pointers
		15.9.8	Structs 
		15.9.9	Unions 
		15.9.10	Addressof (&) operator 
		15.9.11	Arrays
		15.9.12	Channels
	15.10	Example displays
	15.11	Error messages
		15.11.1	Out of memory errors 
		15.11.2	If the debugger hangs
		15.11.3	Error message list

16	idump - memory dumper
	16.1	Introduction
	16.2	Running the memory dumper
		16.2.1	Example of use
	16.3	Error messages

17	iemit - memory configurer
	17.1	Introduction 
	17.2	Running iemit 
	17.3	Output files 
	17.4	Interactive operation
		17.4.1	Page 0
		17.4.2	Page 1
		17.4.3	Page 2
		17.4.4	Page 3
		17.4.5	Page 4
		17.4.6	Page 5
		17.4.7	Page 6
	17.5	Example iemit display pages
	17.6	iemit error and warning messages
	17.7	Memory configuration file
	17.8	Memory interface conversion tool icvemit 
	17.9	Running icvemit 
	17.10	icvemit error messages

18	ieprom - EPROM program convertor
	18.1	Introduction
	18.2	Prerequisites to using the hex tool ieprom
	18.3	Running ieprom 
		18.3.1	Examples of use
	18.4	ieprom control file
	18.5	What goes in the EPROM
		18.5.1	Memory configuration data 
		18.5.2	Jump instructions
		18.5.3	Bootable file 
		18.5.4	Traceback information
	18.6	ieprom output files 
		18.6.1	Binary output 
		18.6.2	Hex dump 
		18.6.3	Intel hex format
		18.6.4	Intel extended hex format 
		18.6.5	Motorola S-record format
	18.7	Block mode
		18.7.1	Memory organisation 
		18.7.2	When to use block mode 
		18.7.3	How to use block mode
	18.8	Example control files
	18.9	Error and warning messages

19	ilibr - librarian
	19.1	Introduction
	19.2	Running the librarian
		19.2.1	Default command line
		19.2.2	Library indirect files
	19.3	Library modules
		19.3.1	Selective loading
	19.4	Library usage files
	19.5	Building libraries
		19.5.1	Rules for constructing libraries 
		19.5.2	Hints for building libraries 
		19.5.3	Optimising libraries
			Library build targeted at specific transputer types
			Semi-optimised library build targeted at all transputer
			 types
			Optimised library
	19.6	Error messages
		19.6.1	Warning messages
		19.6.2	Serious errors

20	ilink - linker
	20.1	Introduction
	20.2	Running the linker
		20.2.1	Default command line parameters
	20.3	Linker indirect files
		20.3.1	Linker directives 
		20.3.2	Linker startup files
	20.4	Linker options
		20.4.1	Processor types
		20.4.2	Error modes - options H, S and X
		20.4.3	TCOFF and LFF output files - options T, LB, LC 
		20.4.4	Display information - option I
		20.4.5	Virtual memory - option KB
		20.4.6	Main entry point - option ME 
		20.4.7	Link map filename - option MO
		20.4.8	Linked unit output file - option O
		20.4.9	Permit unresolved references - option U 
		20.4.10	Disable interactive debugging - option Y
	20.5	Selective linking of library modules
	20.6	The link map file
	20.7	Using imakef for version control 
	20.8	Error messages
		20.8.1	Warning messages
		20.8.2	Errors
			Serious errors
		20.8.3	Embedded messages

21	ilist - binary lister
	21.1	Introduction
	21.2	Data displays
	21.3	Running the lister
		21.3.1	Default command line parameters 
	21.4	Specifying an output file - option O 
	21.5	Symbol data - option A
	21.6	Code listing - option C
	21.7	Exported names - option E
	21.8	Hexadecimal/ASCII dump - option H
	21.9	Module data - option M
	21.10	Library index data - option N
	21.11	Procedural interface data - option P
	21.12	Specify reference - option R
	21.13	Full listing - option T
	21.14	File identification - option W
	21.15	External reference data - option X
	21.16	Error messages
		21.16.1	Warning messages
		21.16.2	Serious errors

22	imakef - Makefile generator
	22.1	Introduction
	22.2	How imakef works
	22.3	Target files
	22.4	File extensions for use with imakef
		22.4.1	Transputer types and error modes
			Error modes in mixed language programs
	22.5	Linker indirect files
	22.6	Running the Makefile generator 
		22.6.1	Example of use
		22.6.2	Disabling debug data
		22.6.3	Removing intermediate files
	22.7	imakef examples
		22.7.1	Single transputer program
		22.7.2	Multitransputer program
	22.8	Format of Makefiles
		22.8.1	Macros
		22.8.2	Rules
			Action strings
		22.8.3	Delete rule
		22.8.4	Editing the Makefile
			Adding options 
	22.9	Error messages

23	iserver - host file server
	23.1	Introduction
		23.1.1	Loadable programs
	23.2	Running the server
		23.2.1	Examples of use
		23.2.2	Supplying parameters to the program
		23.2.3	Checking and clearing the network 
		23.2.4	Terminating the server
		23.2.5	Options to use when loading the program
		23.2.6	Specifying a link address - option SL
		23.2.7	Terminating on error - option SE
	23.3	Server functions
			File system commands
			Host environment commands
			Server control commands
	23.4	Error messages

24	isim - T425 simulator
	24.1	Introduction
	24.2	Running the simulator
		24.2.1	Example of use
		24.2.2	ITERM file 
	24.3	Monitor page display 
	24.4	Simulator commands
		24.4.1	Specifying numerical parameters 
		24.4.2	Commands mapped by ITERM
	24.5	Batch mode operation
		24.5.1	Setting up ISIMBATCH 
		24.5.2	Input command files 
		24.5.3	Output
		24.5.4	Batch mode commands 
	24.6	Error messages

25	iskip - skip loader tool
	25.1	Introduction
		25.1.1	Uses of the skip tool
	25.2	Running the skip tool
		25.2.1	Examples of use
		25.2.2	Monitoring the error status - option E
		25.2.3	Loading a program 
		25.2.4	Clearing the error flag
	25.3	Error messages

Appendices

A	Toolset standards and conventions
	A.1	Command line syntax
		A.1.1	General conventions
		A.1.2	Standard options
	A.2	Filenames
	A.3	Search paths
	A.4	Standard file extensions
		A.4.1	'Main path' source and object files
		A.4.2	Other outputs
		A.4.3	Indirect input files
		A.4.4	Miscellaneous files
	A.5	Extensions required for imakef
	A.6	Error handling
		A.6.1	Error displays
		A.6.2	Severities
		A.6.3	Runtime errors

B	Transputer instruction set
	B.1	Pseudo-instructions
	B.2	size option on __asm statement
	B.3	Prefixing instructions
	B.4	Direct instructions
	B.5	Operations
	B.6	Additional instructions for T400, T414, T425 and TB
	B.7	Additional instructions for IMS T800, T801 and T805
		B.7.1	Floating-point instructions
	B.8	Additional instructions for IMS T225, T400, T425, T800, T801,
		 T805
	B.9	Additional instructions for the IMS T225, T400, T425, T801 and
		 T805

C	Configuration language definition
	C.1	Notation
	C.2	Implementation details
	C.3	Reserved words
		C.3.1	Keywords
		C.3.2	Pre-defined attributes
			Node attributes
			Processor attributes
			Process attributes
	C.4	Predefinitions
		C.4.1	Constants
		C.4.2	Types
	C.5	Language syntax
		C.5.1	Configuration
		C.5.2	Language features
		C.5.3	Expressions
		C.5.4	Replication and conditionals
		C.5.5	Numeric value declarations
		C.5.6	Network declarations
		C.5.7	Mapping declarations

D	Bootstrap loaders
	D.1	Introduction
		D.1.1	The example bootstrap
			Transfer of control
		D.1.2	Writing bootstrap loaders
	D.2	Example user bootstrap
	D.3	The INMOS Network Loader

E	ISERVER protocol
	E.1	The host file server iserver
	E.2	The server protocol
		E.2.1	Packet size
		E.2.2	Protocol operation
	E.3	The server libraries
	E.4	Porting the server
	E.5	Server commands
		E.5.1	Notation
		E.5.2	Reserved values
		E.5.3	File commands
		E.5.4	Host commands
		E.5.5	Server commands

F Occam interface code
	F.1	Interface code
	F.2	Reserved channels
	F.3	Stack and heap requirements
		F.3.1	Stack overflow
	F.4	Parameters to C main
	F.5	Type 1 interface
		F.5.1	Type 1 procedural interface
		F.5.2	Building a type 1 process
	F.6	Type 2 interface definition
		F.6.1	Type 2 procedural interface
		F.6.2	Example type 2 wrapping
	F.7	Type 3 interface definition
		F.7.1	Type 3 procedural interfaces
		F.7.2	Example type 3 wrapping

G	3L functions supported
	G.1	Code compatibility
		G.1.1	Source code
		G.1.2	Object code
	G.2	Parallel functions supported
		G.2.1	Header file
		G.2.2	Restrictions

H	ITERM
	H.1	Introduction
	H.2	The structure of an ITERM file
	H.3	The host definitions
		H.3.1	ITERM version
		H.3.2	Screen size
	H.4	The screen definitions
		H.4.1	Goto X Y processing
	H.5	The keyboard definitions
	H.6	Setting up the ITERM environment variable
	H.7	An example ITERM

I	Glossary

J	Bibliography
	J.1	Reference books
	J.2	INMOS publications
	J.3	INMOS technical notes

	Index

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