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UCONTEXT(2)               NetBSD System Calls Manual               UCONTEXT(2)

ucontext -- user context
#include <ucontext.h>
ucontext_t is a structure type which is used to describe the context of a thread of control within the execution of a process. ucontext_t includes the following members: ucontext_t * uc_link sigset_t uc_sigmask stack_t uc_stack mcontext_t uc_mcontext The uc_link member points to the context that will be resumed after the function specified when modifying a context using makecontext(3) has returned. If uc_link is a null pointer, then the context is the main context, and the process will exit with an exit status of 0 upon return. The uc_sigmask member is the set of signals that are blocked when the context is activated. Further information can be found in sigprocmask(2). The uc_stack member defines the stack used by the context. Further information can be found in sigaltstack(2). The uc_mcontext member defines the machine state associated with the con- text; it may consist of general registers, floating point registers and other machine-specific information. Its description is beyond the scope of this manual page; portable applications should not access this struc- ture member.
_exit(2), getcontext(2), setcontext(2), sigaltstack(2), sigprocmask(2), makecontext(3), swapcontext(3)
The ucontext_t type conforms to X/Open System Interfaces and Headers Issue 5 (``XSH5'').
The makecontext() and swapcontext() functions first appeared in AT&T System V.4 UNIX. NetBSD 5.0 June 13, 2001 NetBSD 5.0
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