developerWorks: Migrate Your Apps From OS/2 to Linux: Part 3. Timer and DLL Calls
Sep 03, 2004, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"This article series is intended as a reference for migration
between OS/2 and Linux. You can refer to it at any time in the
migration process, but it is most helpful in the planning stages,
as it provides tips and caveats you will want to know as you plan
your migration design and strategies.
"This time you will examine timer calls and DLL calls in OS/2
and in Linux, plus mapping between the two systems.
"In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, you looked at threads,
synchronization mechanisms like semaphores and mutexes, memory
management, various IPC mechanisms, and file management..."