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The macro name_binder (int_lk, ik) is also defined in header file binder.
The wolfSSL header files must but installed into usr/include:
0 are 64-bit TeleUSE runtime libraries and the associated C/C++ header files used in the construction of 64-bit application executable files.
The Mentor Graphics UCDB donation includes the C language API header files and the UCDB API Reference and UCDB API User Guide documentation.
This is primarily because the new Sentinel Toolkit generates superb header files and function templates that integrated readily into our source code.
The more than 1,400 interfaces from the standard the NetBSD Foundation can now use includes header files, interfaces for system and library calls, and utilities.
The open source SDK is based largely on SGI's implementation of dmSDK and contains: libraries and utilities to enable OpenML applications to run on Linux, IRIX(R) and Windows systems; source and header files for the libraries to enable new OpenML applications to be built; source code for example OpenML applications and audio and video device modules and full documentation.
Under the 29West early access program, companies that sign a non-disclosure agreement gain access to the full documentation, including header files and design documents, and receive Windows and Linux LBM binaries and sample applications, which allows them to run real-world performance tests and understand what would be required to leverage LBM as the next-generation messaging platform for their applications.
The ADK provides core MontaVista Linux software libraries and header files, enabling full MontaVista Linux application development on Windows(R), Solaris(TM) and Linux workstations.