This plugin provides an easy and efficient way to create 2D plots. In
addition to graph types, this plugin allows you to use custom colors and
the ability to generate graphs in different languages.
You can use 2D graphs to display your data and analyze trends.
+ Large graph library
+ Two-dimensional plots
+ Extensive configuration options
– 1.5 MB size// Copyright 2019 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.

package unix

func setTimespec(sec, nsec int64) Timespec {
return Timespec{Sec: sec, Nsec: nsec}

func setTimeval(sec, usec int64) Timeval {
return Timeval{Sec: sec, Usec: usec}

func SetKevent(k *Kevent_t, fd, mode, flags int) {
k.Ident = uint64(fd)
k.Filter = int16(mode)
k.Flags = uint16(flags)

func (iov *Iovec) SetLen(length int) {
iov.Len = uint64(length)

func (msghdr *Msghdr) SetControllen(length int) {
msghdr.Controllen = uint32(length)

func (cmsg *Cmsghdr) SetLen(length int) {
cmsg.Len = uint32(length)

// SYS___SYSCTL is used by syscall_bsd.go for all BSDs, but in modern versions
// of OpenBSD the syscall is called sysctl instead of __sysctl.
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The QMTest KeyMacro Builder is used to define the macro language used by a system under test, where a “macro” is a chunk of code that performs a sequence of operations in the system under test. Unlike some other testing tools, QMTest KeyMacro Builder is a tool for creating new macros and modifying existing macros, rather than being a traditional macro editor. Rather than becoming a programming language, macro language is used to define simple keystroke sequences that can be used to automate testing. This type of macro language is very different from programming language, and requires users to provide the “glue” code needed to connect the macros together.
KEYMACRO Builder is a programming environment for creating macros. It allows users to build sequences of simple, custom macros as they would in a programming language. There are no grammar rules or syntax checking in KEYMACRO Builder. The rules for creating macros are entirely up to the individual user, and KEYMACRO Builder has no built-in language. KEYMACRO Builder is an operating system independent environment that enables developers to create macros without requiring access to an operating system.
Here are some of the features of KEYMACRO Builder:
1. Macros are fully defined in the KeyMacro Builder editor. The user defines the macro and is able to run, edit, undo and redo any macro they create.
2. Macros may be included in existing or new projects. The macros defined in the projects are all saved to a database.
3. When creating new macros or adding macros to existing projects, the macros are inserted in the appropriate places in the macros that you have saved to the database.
4. A set of macros is fully customizable, allowing you to modify the default macros provided in the database.
KEYMACRO Builder is a desktop application that can be run as a standalone application, or it can be integrated into any other system. In fact, you can integrate it into a suite of standalone testing tools, such as QMTest. In addition, because it is an operating system independent tool, you can use it to test many different operating systems.
More information on how to use KEYMACRO Builder is available at
QMTest Distributed Test System:
QMTest’s Distributed Test System (DTS) provides a way for developers, engineers and testers to specify an application that has been developed, modify its behavior and test it

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