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/*-
 * Copyright (c) 1992, 1993
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 * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
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 *	@(#)exec.h	8.3 (Berkeley) 1/21/94
 */

#include <machine/exec.h>

/*
 * The following structure is found at the top of the user stack of each
 * user process. The ps program uses it to locate argv and environment
 * strings. Programs that wish ps to display other information may modify
 * it; normally ps_argvstr points to the text for argv[0], and ps_nargvstr
 * is the same as the program's argc. The fields ps_envstr and ps_nenvstr
 * are the equivalent for the environment.
 */
struct ps_strings {
	char	*ps_argvstr;	/* first of 0 or more argument strings */
	int	ps_nargvstr;	/* the number of argument strings */
	char	*ps_envstr;	/* first of 0 or more environment strings */
	int	ps_nenvstr;	/* the number of environment strings */
};

/*
 * Address of ps_strings structure (in user space).
 */
#define	PS_STRINGS \
	((struct ps_strings *)(USRSTACK - sizeof(struct ps_strings)))

/*
 * Arguments to the exec system call.
 */
struct execve_args {
	char	*fname;
	char	**argp;
	char	**envp;
};