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unix shell in C
Bid Request Id: 2923
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Posted by: aboulbeeb (0 ratings)
Non-action Ratio: Very Good - 0.00%
Posted: Sep 24, 2001
9:26:18 PM EDT
Bidding Closes: Oct 26, 2001
9:27:22 PM EDT
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Max Accepted Bid: Bidding is closed
Project Type: Personal Project / Homework Help
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: C++ / C, UNIX
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Description:
Your program should prompt for input from its stan­dard input. (Use the prompt "##" to avoid confusions.) Every line of input will represent a single command. It will consist of a sequence of arguments separated by an arbitrary number of spaces. The first of these arguments will either be the keyword background or the name of a program to be executed.

All other arguments are to be passed to that program according to the standard UNIX conventions. An error message should be returned every time that an inaccess­ible program file has been specified in the input line.

Your shell should be able to handle background proc­esses and pipes:

· Background processes: Any process whose com­mand line starts with the keyword background as in

background gcc bigprogram.c

should be executed in the background; that is, its standard input and stan­dard output should be closed and the shell should not wait for its completion.

· Pipes: If a command line includes a “|“ then it will contain two commands: the output of the command before the “|” should become the input of the command after the “|” as in an UNIX pipe:

ls -alg | more
who|wc -l
grep = bigprogram.c |more

Your shell should handle internally three process con­trol commands:

1. history n, which lists the last n executed commands: if your shell executed less than n commands, history should just prints these commands. Your list should have each line numbered starting with one as in:

1. ls -alg
2. date
3. who
4. …

2. repeat, which prints on the screen and executes the previous command,

3. exit, which kills all background processes your shell has forked and terminates it.

NOTES
1. With the exception of the pipe symbol (|) there is no need to treat the special characters and meta­charac­ters of /bin/sh and /bin/csh in any special way.

2. Do not worry about signals.

3. You are required to use execvp().

4. Note that the pipe symbol will not be always surrounded by spaces.

HINTS
1. Before you start your assignment, familiarize your­self with the UNIX functions fork(), wait(). execvp(), dup(), exit(), _exit() and kill(). Use the man command for that purpose.

2. You will find that the command cd will not work properly (but the fix is very simple). Remember that UNIX functions normally return a zero value when they are successful


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Team Sgreen
(35 ratings)
in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada
Bid id: 24,647
 
$50 (USD) Sep 25, 2001
7:46:25 PM EDT
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I got your private message. I will get started immediately, just accept my bid so I can get it to you before sept 29th.

 




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