These files are used to start DOSEMU as well as hold globally called functions and global vars.
These are the functions defined in dos.c.
argc - Count of argumnents.
argc - Actual arguments.
These are the functions defined in emu.c.
call the emulate function by way of the dll headers. Always make sure that this line is the first of emu.c and link emu.o as the first object file to the lib
argc - Argument count.
argv - Arguments.
DOSEMU must not work within the 1 meg DOS limit, so start of code is loaded at a higher address, at some time this could conflict with other shared libs. If DOSEMU is compiled statically (without shared libs), and org instruction is used to provide the jump above 1 meg.
These are the functions defined in include/emu.h.
sig - the signal to have a handler installed to.
fun - the signal handler function to install
The `vm86_struct` is used to pass all the necessary status/registers to DOSEMU when running in vm86 mode.
We assume system call restarting... under linux 0.99pl8 and earlier, this was the default. SA_RESTART was defined in 0.99pl8 to explicitly request restarting (and thus does nothing). However, if this ever changes, I want to be safe
DOSEMU keeps system wide configuration status in a structure called config.
The var `fatalerr` can be given a true value at any time to have DOSEMU exit on the next return from vm86 mode.
The var 'running_DosC' is set by the DosC kernel and is used to handle some things differently, e.g. the redirector. It interfaces via INTe6,0xDC (DOS_HELPER_DOSC), but only if running_DosC is !=0. At the very startup DosC issues a INTe6,0xdcDC to set running_DosC with the contents of BX (which is the internal DosC version).