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authorPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>1999-08-30 07:58:08 +0000
committerPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>1999-08-30 07:58:08 +0000
commit99af2e21c73f07587da16d34eb6795f4a46cc5be (patch)
tree5df591f7e443330146099aa76e2f474a81669ebf
parent02e1576966f0a3b9300a7269c3e6894e62b1f3ba (diff)
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Use src/contrib/ncurses, v5.0.990821 prerelease.
This isn't quite finished yet, there are still some unresolved problems with ospeed and the sgtty.h (non-posix) terminal interface. Mostly this only causes problems with src/games. The other tools and libraries (libform,libpanel,libmenu) will come shortly but are seperate. Beware, there be dragons here! (The build will be broken for a short while)
Notes
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=50624
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.NEW19
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.OLD5
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/MKkeyname.awk30
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/MKkeys.awk1
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/Makefile707
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/README42
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/Makefile35
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/README21
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/battle.c705
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/copy.c39
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/corner.c16
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/ensor.c52
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/firework.c113
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/getch.c29
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/hanoi.c275
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/knight.c320
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/ncurses.c1121
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/newdemo.c350
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/over.c120
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/rain.c96
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll.c30
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll2.c91
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll3.c51
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/test.c27
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/testcurs.c532
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/worm.c268
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/TESTS/xmas.c1192
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/copyright.c19
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_addch.3115
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_addchst.351
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_addstr.346
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_attr.386
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_beep.331
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_bkgd.352
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_border.369
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_clear.355
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_color.3140
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_delch.336
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_delln.352
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_getch.3190
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_getstr.355
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_getyx.343
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_inch.342
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_inchstr.347
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_initscr.386
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_inopts.3172
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_insch.338
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_insstr.359
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_instr.348
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_kernel.3117
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_move.330
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_outopts.3117
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_overlay.343
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_pad.376
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_printw.343
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_refresh.371
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_scanw.345
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_scr_dmp.360
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_scroll.339
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_slk.387
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_termatt.376
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_termin.3193
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_touch.359
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_util.383
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curs_window.3125
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curses.h553
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/curses.priv.h137
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/doc/color.doc71
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/doc/manual.doc1361
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/keys.list149
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_acs.c98
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_addch.c127
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_addstr.c56
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_beep.c56
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_bkgd.c49
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_box.c131
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_clear.c24
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_clrbot.c53
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_clreol.c48
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_color.c107
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_delch.c39
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_delwin.c36
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_doupdate.c593
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_endwin.c50
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_erase.c48
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_getch.c224
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_getstr.c113
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_inchstr.c29
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_initscr.c40
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_insch.c36
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_insdel.c31
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_insstr.c21
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_instr.c54
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_kernel.c324
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_longname.c35
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_move.c30
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_mvcur.c700
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_mvwin.c29
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_newterm.c177
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_newwin.c185
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_options.c273
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_overlay.c110
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_pad.c143
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_printw.c75
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_raw.c201
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_refresh.c91
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_scanw.c66
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_screen.c58
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_scroll.c218
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_scrreg.c32
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_set_term.c33
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_slk.c255
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_touch.c48
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_trace.c179
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_tstp.c78
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_twait.c75
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_unctrl.c43
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_vidattr.c205
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/lib_window.c85
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/ncurses.3429
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/ncurses_cfg.h129
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/pathnames.h38
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/term.5155
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/termcap.c265
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/terminfo.h2
-rw-r--r--lib/libncurses/unctrl.h52
-rw-r--r--lib/ncurses/ncurses/Makefile707
-rw-r--r--lib/ncurses/ncurses/ncurses_cfg.h129
-rw-r--r--lib/ncurses/ncurses/pathnames.h38
-rw-r--r--lib/ncurses/ncurses/termcap.c265
130 files changed, 1882 insertions, 17492 deletions
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.NEW b/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.NEW
deleted file mode 100644
index 7c5d22b55d9a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.NEW
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,19 +0,0 @@
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994 *
-* by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, not removed *
-* from header files, and is reproduced in any documentation *
-* accompanying it or the applications linked with it. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.OLD b/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.OLD
deleted file mode 100644
index 4049db08fd9e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/COPYRIGHT.OLD
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-
-Pavel Curtis has given up his copyright to the public domain. This mean
-his ORIGINAL sources are in the public domain, not this current release.
-This current release IS copyrighted, see COPYRIGHT.NEW.
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/MKkeyname.awk b/lib/libncurses/MKkeyname.awk
deleted file mode 100644
index 12613cea3895..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/MKkeyname.awk
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-
-BEGIN {
- print ""
- print "#include <stdlib.h>"
- print "#include \"curses.h\""
- print ""
- print "struct kn {"
- print "\tchar *name;"
- print "\tint code;"
- print "};"
- print ""
- print "struct kn key_names[] = {"
-}
-
-{printf "\t{\"%s\", %s,},\n", $1, $2;}
-
-END {
- print "};"
- print ""
- print "char *keyname(int c)"
- print "{"
- print "int i, size = sizeof(key_names)/sizeof(struct kn);"
- print ""
- print "\tfor (i = 0; i < size; i++) {"
- print "\t\tif (key_names[i].code == c) return key_names[i].name;"
- print "\t}"
- print "\treturn NULL;"
- print "}"
- print ""
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/MKkeys.awk b/lib/libncurses/MKkeys.awk
deleted file mode 100644
index 669c455ef547..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/MKkeys.awk
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-{printf "\tadd_to_try(%s, %s);\n", $1, $2;}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/Makefile b/lib/libncurses/Makefile
index 30886f5866fa..40f456df0fd2 100644
--- a/lib/libncurses/Makefile
+++ b/lib/libncurses/Makefile
@@ -1,205 +1,516 @@
-# Makefile for ncurses
# $FreeBSD$
-LIB= ncurses
-SHLIB_MAJOR= 3
-SHLIB_MINOR= 1
-SRCS= lib_kernel.c lib_pad.c lib_bkgd.c \
- lib_unctrl.c lib_raw.c lib_vidattr.c lib_trace.c lib_beep.c \
- lib_doupdate.c lib_refresh.c lib_initscr.c lib_newwin.c lib_addch.c \
- lib_addstr.c lib_scroll.c lib_clreol.c lib_touch.c lib_mvcur.c \
- lib_keyname.c keys.tries.h \
- lib_delwin.c lib_endwin.c lib_clrbot.c lib_move.c lib_printw.c \
- lib_scanw.c lib_erase.c lib_getch.c lib_options.c lib_acs.c lib_slk.c\
- lib_box.c lib_clear.c lib_delch.c lib_insch.c lib_instr.c \
- lib_getstr.c lib_mvwin.c lib_longname.c lib_tstp.c \
- lib_newterm.c lib_set_term.c lib_overlay.c lib_scrreg.c lib_color.c \
- lib_insstr.c lib_insdel.c lib_twait.c lib_window.c copyright.c
-
-CFLAGS+= -I. -I${.CURDIR} -Wall -DMYTINFO #-DTRACE
-DPADD= ${LIBMYTINFO}
-LDADD= -lmytinfo
-
-CLEANFILES+= lib_keyname.c keys.tries.h
-
-beforeinstall:
- ${INSTALL} -C -m 444 -o $(BINOWN) -g $(BINGRP) ${.CURDIR}/unctrl.h \
- ${DESTDIR}/usr/include
- ${INSTALL} -C -m 444 -o $(BINOWN) -g $(BINGRP) ${.CURDIR}/curses.h \
- ${DESTDIR}/usr/include/ncurses.h
-
-keys.tries.h: ${.CURDIR}/keys.list ${.CURDIR}/MKkeys.awk
- awk -f ${.CURDIR}/MKkeys.awk ${.CURDIR}/keys.list > keys.tries.h
-
-lib_keyname.c: ${.CURDIR}/keys.list ${.CURDIR}/MKkeyname.awk
- awk -f ${.CURDIR}/MKkeyname.awk ${.CURDIR}/keys.list > lib_keyname.c
-
-MAN3 = curs_addch.3 \
- curs_addchst.3 \
- curs_addstr.3 \
- curs_attr.3 \
- curs_beep.3 \
- curs_bkgd.3 \
- curs_border.3 \
- curs_clear.3 \
- curs_color.3 \
- curs_delch.3 \
- curs_delln.3 \
- curs_getch.3 \
- curs_getstr.3 \
- curs_getyx.3 \
- curs_inch.3 \
- curs_inchstr.3 \
- curs_initscr.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 \
- curs_insch.3 \
- curs_insstr.3 \
- curs_instr.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 \
- curs_move.3 \
- curs_outopts.3 \
- curs_overlay.3 \
- curs_pad.3 \
- curs_printw.3 \
- curs_refresh.3 \
- curs_scanw.3 \
- curs_scr_dmp.3 \
- curs_scroll.3 \
- curs_slk.3 \
- curs_termatt.3 \
- curs_termin.3 \
- curs_touch.3 \
- curs_util.3 \
- curs_window.3 \
- ncurses.3
-
-MAN5 = term.5
-
-MLINKS+=curs_addch.3 addch.3 curs_addch.3 waddch.3 curs_addch.3 echochar.3 \
- curs_addch.3 wechochar.3 curs_addch.3 mvaddch.3 \
- curs_addch.3 mvwaddch.3
-MLINKS+=curs_addchst.3 addchstr.3 curs_addchst.3 addchnstr.3 \
- curs_addchst.3 waddchstr.3 curs_addchst.3 waddchnstr.3 \
- curs_addchst.3 mvaddchstr.3 curs_addchst.3 mvaddchnstr.3 \
- curs_addchst.3 mvwaddchstr.3 curs_addchst.3 mvwaddchnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_addstr.3 addstr.3 curs_addstr.3 addnstr.3 \
- curs_addstr.3 waddstr.3 curs_addstr.3 waddnstr.3 \
- curs_addstr.3 mvaddstr.3 curs_addstr.3 mvaddnstr.3 \
- curs_addstr.3 mvwaddstr.3 curs_addstr.3 mvwaddnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_attr.3 attroff.3 curs_attr.3 wattroff.3 \
- curs_attr.3 attron.3 curs_attr.3 wattron.3 \
- curs_attr.3 attrset.3 curs_attr.3 wattrset.3 \
- curs_attr.3 standend.3 curs_attr.3 wstandend.3 \
- curs_attr.3 standout.3 curs_attr.3 wstandout.3
+NCURSES=${.CURDIR}/../../contrib/ncurses
+
+LIB= ncurses
+SHLIB_MAJOR=5
+SHLIB_MINOR=0
+
+# Should be elsewhere
+AWK?= awk
+TERMINFODIR?= ${DESTDIR}/usr/share/misc
+
+NCURSES_MAJOR!=egrep 'NCURSES_MAJOR[ ]*=' ${NCURSES}/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'
+NCURSES_MINOR!=egrep 'NCURSES_MINOR[ ]*=' ${NCURSES}/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'
+NCURSES_PATCH!=egrep 'NCURSES_PATCH[ ]*=' ${NCURSES}/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'
+
+# From autoconf (!)
+NCURSES_CONST=
+NCURSES_XNAMES= 0
+OSPEED_INCLUDES=\#include <termios.h>
+OSPEED_TYPE= speed_t
+BUILTIN_BOOL= 1
+BOOL_TYPE= 0
+TYPE_OF_BOOL= char
+TYPEOF_CHTYPE= long
+WIDEC_SHIFT= 8
+SHIFT_LIMIT= 32
+ONEUL= 1UL
+
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/ncurses
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/ncurses/base
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tty
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/ncurses/trace
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/include
+.PATH: ${NCURSES}/man
+
+INCS= -I. -I${.CURDIR} -I${NCURSES}/ncurses -I${NCURSES}/include
+CFLAGS+=${INCS} -Wall -DFREEBSD_NATIVE -DNDEBUG -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
+
+GENSRC= \
+ codes.c \
+ expanded.c \
+ fallback.c \
+ lib_gen.c \
+ lib_keyname.c \
+ names.c \
+ unctrl.c
+
+GENHDR= \
+ curses.h \
+ hashsize.h \
+ init_keytry.h \
+ nomacros.h \
+ parametrized.h \
+ term.h \
+ termcap.h \
+ unctrl.h
+
+# Installed
+HEADERS=curses.h term.h termcap.h unctrl.h
+
+# Components of names.c and codes.c
+NAMESRC=boolnames boolfnames numnames numfnames strnames strfnames
+CODESRC=boolcodes numcodes strcodes
+
+SRCS= ${GENHDR} ${GENSRC} \
+ access.c \
+ add_tries.c \
+ alloc_entry.c \
+ alloc_ttype.c \
+ captoinfo.c \
+ comp_captab.c \
+ comp_error.c \
+ comp_expand.c \
+ comp_hash.c \
+ comp_parse.c \
+ comp_scan.c \
+ define_key.c \
+ doalloc.c \
+ free_ttype.c \
+ getenv_num.c \
+ hardscroll.c \
+ hashmap.c \
+ home_terminfo.c \
+ init_keytry.c \
+ keybound.c \
+ keyok.c \
+ lib_acs.c \
+ lib_addch.c \
+ lib_addstr.c \
+ lib_baudrate.c \
+ lib_beep.c \
+ lib_bkgd.c \
+ lib_box.c \
+ lib_chgat.c \
+ lib_clear.c \
+ lib_clearok.c \
+ lib_clrbot.c \
+ lib_clreol.c \
+ lib_color.c \
+ lib_colorset.c \
+ lib_cur_term.c \
+ lib_data.c \
+ lib_delch.c \
+ lib_delwin.c \
+ lib_dft_fgbg.c \
+ lib_echo.c \
+ lib_endwin.c \
+ lib_erase.c \
+ lib_flash.c \
+ lib_freeall.c \
+ lib_getch.c \
+ lib_getstr.c \
+ lib_has_cap.c \
+ lib_hline.c \
+ lib_immedok.c \
+ lib_inchstr.c \
+ lib_initscr.c \
+ lib_insch.c \
+ lib_insdel.c \
+ lib_insstr.c \
+ lib_instr.c \
+ lib_isendwin.c \
+ lib_kernel.c \
+ lib_leaveok.c \
+ lib_longname.c \
+ lib_mouse.c \
+ lib_move.c \
+ lib_mvcur.c \
+ lib_mvwin.c \
+ lib_napms.c \
+ lib_newterm.c \
+ lib_newwin.c \
+ lib_nl.c \
+ lib_options.c \
+ lib_overlay.c \
+ lib_pad.c \
+ lib_print.c \
+ lib_printw.c \
+ lib_raw.c \
+ lib_redrawln.c \
+ lib_refresh.c \
+ lib_restart.c \
+ lib_scanw.c \
+ lib_screen.c \
+ lib_scroll.c \
+ lib_scrollok.c \
+ lib_scrreg.c \
+ lib_set_term.c \
+ lib_setup.c \
+ lib_slk.c \
+ lib_slkatr_set.c \
+ lib_slkatrof.c \
+ lib_slkatron.c \
+ lib_slkatrset.c \
+ lib_slkattr.c \
+ lib_slkclear.c \
+ lib_slkcolor.c \
+ lib_slkinit.c \
+ lib_slklab.c \
+ lib_slkrefr.c \
+ lib_slkset.c \
+ lib_slktouch.c \
+ lib_termcap.c \
+ lib_termname.c \
+ lib_ti.c \
+ lib_touch.c \
+ lib_tparm.c \
+ lib_tputs.c \
+ lib_trace.c \
+ lib_traceatr.c \
+ lib_tracebits.c \
+ lib_tracechr.c \
+ lib_tracedmp.c \
+ lib_tracemse.c \
+ lib_tstp.c \
+ lib_ttyflags.c \
+ lib_twait.c \
+ lib_ungetch.c \
+ lib_vidattr.c \
+ lib_vline.c \
+ lib_wattroff.c \
+ lib_wattron.c \
+ lib_winch.c \
+ lib_window.c \
+ memmove.c \
+ name_match.c \
+ nc_panel.c \
+ parse_entry.c \
+ read_entry.c \
+ resizeterm.c \
+ safe_sprintf.c \
+ setbuf.c \
+ sigaction.c \
+ trace_buf.c \
+ trace_tries.c \
+ trace_xnames.c \
+ tries.c \
+ tty_update.c \
+ vsscanf.c \
+ wresize.c \
+ write_entry.c \
+
+# From our old libtermcap.
+# Used instead of the hideous read_termcap.c abomination.
+SRCS+= termcap.c
+
+CLEANFILES+= ${GENSRC} ${GENHDR} keys.tries make_hash term.h.new \
+ make_keys MKterm.h.awk comp_captab.c \
+ namehdr nameftr codeftr ${NAMESRC} ${CODESRC}
+
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses.a ${LIBDIR}/libcurses.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses.a ${LIBDIR}/libtermcap.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses.a ${LIBDIR}/libtermlib.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses.a ${LIBDIR}/libmytinfo.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses.a ${LIBDIR}/libtinfo.a
+.if !defined(NOPIC)
+.if ${OBJFORMAT} == aout
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR} \
+ ${SHLIBDIR}/libcurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR}
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR} \
+ ${SHLIBDIR}/libtermcap.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR}
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR} \
+ ${SHLIBDIR}/libtermlib.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR}
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR} \
+ ${SHLIBDIR}/libmytinfo.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR}
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR} \
+ ${SHLIBDIR}/libtinfo.so.${SHLIB_MAJOR}.${SHLIB_MINOR}
+.else
+# no need for major at all, it's an ld-time redirection only
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so ${SHLIBDIR}/libcurses.so
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so ${SHLIBDIR}/libtermcap.so
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so ${SHLIBDIR}/libtermlib.so
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so ${SHLIBDIR}/libmytinfo.so
+SYMLINKS+=${SHLIBDIR}/libncurses.so ${SHLIBDIR}/libtinfo.so
+.endif
+.endif
+.if !defined(NOPROFILE)
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses_p.a ${LIBDIR}/libcurses_p.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses_p.a ${LIBDIR}/libtermcap_p.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses_p.a ${LIBDIR}/libtermlib_p.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses_p.a ${LIBDIR}/libmytinfo_p.a
+SYMLINKS+=${LIBDIR}/libncurses_p.a ${LIBDIR}/libtinfo_p.a
+.endif
+
+beforeinstall: ${HEADERS}
+ ${INSTALL} -c -o ${BINOWN} -g ${BINGRP} -m 644 ${HEADERS} \
+ ${DESTDIR}/usr/include
+ rm -f ${DESTDIR}/usr/include/ncurses.h
+ ln -s curses.h ${DESTDIR}/usr/include/ncurses.h
+
+# Generated source
+namehdr nameftr codeftr ${NAMESRC} ${CODESRC}: MKnames.awk Caps
+ ${AWK} -f ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/MKnames.awk ${NCURSES}/include/Caps
+
+names.c: namehdr ${NAMESRC} nameftr
+ cat namehdr ${NAMESRC} nameftr > $@
+
+codes.c: namehdr ${CODESRC} codeftr
+ cat namehdr ${CODESRC} codeftr > $@
+
+lib_gen.c: MKlib_gen.sh curses.h
+ sh ${NCURSES}/ncurses/base/MKlib_gen.sh "${CC} -E ${INCS}" \
+ "${AWK}" < curses.h >$@
+
+lib_keyname.c: keys.list MKkeyname.awk
+ ${AWK} -f ${NCURSES}/ncurses/base/MKkeyname.awk \
+ ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/keys.list > lib_keyname.c
+
+unctrl.c: MKunctrl.awk
+ echo | ${AWK} -f ${NCURSES}/ncurses/base/MKunctrl.awk > unctrl.c
+
+comp_captab.c: MKcaptab.awk Caps make_hash
+ sh ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/MKcaptab.awk "${AWK}" \
+ ${NCURSES}/include/Caps > comp_captab.c
+
+expanded.c: MKexpanded.sh
+ sh ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tty/MKexpanded.sh "${CC} -E" ${CFLAGS} >expanded.c
+
+fallback.c: MKfallback.sh
+ sh ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/MKfallback.sh > fallback.c
+
+# Generated headers
+nomacros.h: MKlib_gen.sh curses.h
+ sh ${NCURSES}/ncurses/base/MKlib_gen.sh "${CC} -E ${INCS}" \
+ "${AWK}" < curses.h | fgrep undef > $@
+
+init_keytry.h: keys.list make_keys
+ ./make_keys ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/keys.list > init_keytry.h
+
+hashsize.h: MKhashsize.sh Caps
+ sh ${NCURSES}/include/MKhashsize.sh ${NCURSES}/include/Caps > $@
+
+parametrized.h: MKparametrized.sh Caps
+ AWK=${AWK} sh ${NCURSES}/include/MKparametrized.sh \
+ ${NCURSES}/include/Caps > $@
+
+term.h: MKterm.h.awk edit_cfg.sh Caps
+ ${AWK} -f MKterm.h.awk ${NCURSES}/include/Caps > $@.new
+ sh ${NCURSES}/include/edit_cfg.sh ${.CURDIR}/ncurses_cfg.h $@.new
+ mv -f $@.new $@
+
+# Build tools
+make_keys: make_keys.c names.c
+ ${CC} -o $@ ${CFLAGS} ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/make_keys.c
+
+make_hash: comp_hash.c
+ ${CC} -o $@ ${CFLAGS} -DMAIN_PROGRAM \
+ ${NCURSES}/ncurses/tinfo/comp_hash.c
+
+# ./configure generated
+MKterm.h.awk: MKterm.h.awk.in
+ sed <${NCURSES}/include/$@.in >$@ \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MAJOR@/s//${NCURSES_MAJOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MINOR@/s//${NCURSES_MINOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_CONST@/s//${NCURSES_CONST}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_XNAMES@/s//${NCURSES_XNAMES}/"
+
+termcap.h: termcap.h.in
+ sed <${NCURSES}/include/$@.in >$@ \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MAJOR@/s//${NCURSES_MAJOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MINOR@/s//${NCURSES_MINOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_CONST@/s//${NCURSES_CONST}/" \
+ -e "/@OSPEED_INCLUDES@/s//${OSPEED_INCLUDES}/" \
+ -e "/@OSPEED_TYPE@/s//${OSPEED_TYPE}/"
+
+curses.h: curses.h.in
+ sed <${NCURSES}/include/$@.in >$@ \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MAJOR@/s//${NCURSES_MAJOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MINOR@/s//${NCURSES_MINOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_PATCH@/s//${NCURSES_PATCH}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_CONST@/s//${NCURSES_CONST}/" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_builtin_bool@/${BUILTIN_BOOL}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_cc_bool_type@/${BOOL_TYPE}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_type_of_bool@/${TYPE_OF_BOOL}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_typeof_chtype@/${TYPEOF_CHTYPE}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_widec_shift@/${WIDEC_SHIFT}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_shift_limit@/${SHIFT_LIMIT}/g" \
+ -e "s/@cf_cv_1UL@/${ONEUL}/g"
+
+unctrl.h: unctrl.h.in
+ sed <${NCURSES}/include/$@.in >$@ \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MAJOR@/s//${NCURSES_MAJOR}/" \
+ -e "/@NCURSES_MINOR@/s//${NCURSES_MINOR}/"
+
+# MAN page gunk
+terminfo.5: MKterminfo.sh terminfo.head Caps
+ sh ${NCURSES}/man/MKterminfo.sh ${NCURSES}/man/terminfo.head \
+ ${NCURSES}/include/Caps ${NCURSES}/man/terminfo.tail >$@
+
+CLEANFILES+= terminfo.5
+MANFILTER= sed -e 's\#@DATADIR@\#${TERMINFODIR}/terminfo\#g'
+
+MAN3x= curs_addch.3x curs_addchstr.3x curs_addstr.3x curs_attr.3x \
+ curs_beep.3x curs_bkgd.3x curs_border.3x curs_clear.3x curs_color.3x \
+ curs_delch.3x curs_deleteln.3x curs_getch.3x curs_getstr.3x \
+ curs_getyx.3x curs_inch.3x curs_inchstr.3x curs_initscr.3x \
+ curs_inopts.3x curs_insch.3x curs_insstr.3x curs_instr.3x \
+ curs_kernel.3x curs_mouse.3x curs_move.3x curs_outopts.3x \
+ curs_overlay.3x curs_pad.3x curs_print.3x curs_printw.3x \
+ curs_refresh.3x curs_scanw.3x curs_scr_dump.3x curs_scroll.3x \
+ curs_slk.3x curs_termattrs.3x curs_termcap.3x curs_terminfo.3x \
+ curs_touch.3x curs_util.3x curs_window.3x define_key.3x \
+ dft_fgbg.3x keybound.3x keyok.3x ncurses.3x resizeterm.3x wresize.3x
+MAN5= term.5 terminfo.5
+MAN7= term.7
+
+# Generate the MAN3 list from MAN3x
+.for page in ${MAN3x}
+CLEANFILES+=${page:T:S/3x$/3/g}
+MAN3+=${page:T:S/3x$/3/g}
+all-man: ${page:T:S/3x$/3/g}
+${page:T:S/3x$/3/g}: ${page}
+ ln -s ${.ALLSRC} ${.TARGET}
+.endfor
+
+MLINKS+=curs_addch.3 addch.3 curs_addch.3 echochar.3 curs_addch.3 mvaddch.3 \
+ curs_addch.3 mvwaddch.3 curs_addch.3 waddch.3 curs_addch.3 wechochar.3
+MLINKS+=curs_addchstr.3 addchnstr.3 curs_addchstr.3 addchstr.3 \
+ curs_addchstr.3 mvaddchnstr.3 curs_addchstr.3 mvaddchstr.3 \
+ curs_addchstr.3 mvwaddchnstr.3 curs_addchstr.3 mvwaddchstr.3 \
+ curs_addchstr.3 waddchnstr.3 curs_addchstr.3 waddchstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_addstr.3 addnstr.3 curs_addstr.3 addstr.3 \
+ curs_addstr.3 mvaddnstr.3 curs_addstr.3 mvaddstr.3 \
+ curs_addstr.3 mvwaddnstr.3 curs_addstr.3 mvwaddstr.3 \
+ curs_addstr.3 waddnstr.3 curs_addstr.3 waddstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_attr.3 attr_get.3 curs_attr.3 attr_off.3 curs_attr.3 attr_on.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 attr_set.3 curs_attr.3 attroff.3 curs_attr.3 attron.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 attrset.3 curs_attr.3 chgat.3 curs_attr.3 color_set.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 mvchgat.3 curs_attr.3 mvwchgat.3 curs_attr.3 standend.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 standout.3 curs_attr.3 wattr_get.3 curs_attr.3 wattr_off.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 wattr_on.3 curs_attr.3 wattr_set.3 curs_attr.3 wattroff.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 wattron.3 curs_attr.3 wattrset.3 curs_attr.3 wchgat.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 wcolor_set.3 curs_attr.3 wstandend.3 \
+ curs_attr.3 wstandout.3
MLINKS+=curs_beep.3 beep.3 curs_beep.3 flash.3
-MLINKS+=curs_bkgd.3 bkgdset.3 curs_bkgd.3 wbkgdset.3 \
- curs_bkgd.3 bkgd.3 curs_bkgd.3 wbkgd.3
-MLINKS+=curs_border.3 border.3 curs_border.3 wborder.3 curs_border.3 box.3 \
- curs_border.3 hline.3 curs_border.3 whline.3 \
- curs_border.3 vline.3 curs_border.3 wvline.3
-MLINKS+=curs_clear.3 erase.3 curs_clear.3 werase.3 curs_clear.3 clear.3 \
- curs_clear.3 wclear.3 curs_clear.3 clrtobot.3 \
- curs_clear.3 wclrtobot.3 curs_clear.3 clrtoeol.3 \
- curs_clear.3 wclrtoeol.3
-MLINKS+=curs_color.3 start_color.3 curs_color.3 init_pair.3 \
- curs_color.3 init_color.3 curs_color.3 has_colors.3 \
- curs_color.3 can_change_color.3 curs_color.3 color_content.3 \
- curs_color.3 pair_content.3
-MLINKS+=curs_delch.3 delch.3 curs_delch.3 wdelch.3 curs_delch.3 mvdelch.3 \
- curs_delch.3 mvwdelch.3
-MLINKS+=curs_delln.3 deleteln.3 curs_delln.3 wdeleteln.3 \
- curs_delln.3 insdelln.3 curs_delln.3 winsdelln.3 \
- curs_delln.3 insertln.3 curs_delln.3 winsertln.3
-MLINKS+=curs_getch.3 getch.3 curs_getch.3 wgetch.3 curs_getch.3 mvgetch.3 \
- curs_getch.3 mvwgetch.3 curs_getch.3 ungetch.3
-MLINKS+=curs_getstr.3 getstr.3 curs_getstr.3 wgetstr.3 \
- curs_getstr.3 mvgetstr.3 curs_getstr.3 mvwgetstr.3 \
- curs_getstr.3 wgetnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_getyx.3 getyx.3 curs_getyx.3 pgetparyx.3 curs_getyx.3 getbegyx.3 \
- curs_getyx.3 getmaxyx.3
-MLINKS+=curs_inch.3 inch.3 curs_inch.3 winch.3 curs_inch.3 mvinch.3 \
- curs_inch.3 mvwinch.3
-MLINKS+=curs_inchstr.3 inchstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 inchnstr.3 \
- curs_inchstr.3 winchstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 winchnstr.3 \
- curs_inchstr.3 mvinchstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 mvinchnstr.3 \
- curs_inchstr.3 mvwinchstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 mvwinchnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_initscr.3 initscr.3 curs_initscr.3 newterm.3 \
- curs_initscr.3 endwin.3 curs_initscr.3 isendwin.3 \
- curs_initscr.3 set_term.3 curs_initscr.3 delscreen.3
-MLINKS+=curs_inopts.3 cbreak.3 curs_inopts.3 nocbreak.3 curs_inopts.3 echo.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 noecho.3 curs_inopts.3 halfdelay.3 \
+MLINKS+=curs_bkgd.3 bkgd.3 curs_bkgd.3 bkgdset.3 curs_bkgd.3 getbkgd.3 \
+ curs_bkgd.3 wbkgd.3 curs_bkgd.3 wbkgdset.3
+MLINKS+=curs_border.3 border.3 curs_border.3 box.3 curs_border.3 hline.3 \
+ curs_border.3 mvhline.3 curs_border.3 mvwhline.3 \
+ curs_border.3 mvwvline.3 curs_border.3 vline.3 curs_border.3 wborder.3 \
+ curs_border.3 whline.3 curs_border.3 wvline.3
+MLINKS+=curs_clear.3 clear.3 curs_clear.3 clrtobot.3 curs_clear.3 clrtoeol.3 \
+ curs_clear.3 erase.3 curs_clear.3 wclear.3 curs_clear.3 wclrtobot.3 \
+ curs_clear.3 wclrtoeol.3 curs_clear.3 werase.3
+MLINKS+=curs_color.3 can_change_color.3 curs_color.3 color_content.3 \
+ curs_color.3 has_colors.3 curs_color.3 init_color.3 \
+ curs_color.3 init_pair.3 curs_color.3 pair_content.3 \
+ curs_color.3 start_color.3
+MLINKS+=curs_delch.3 delch.3 curs_delch.3 mvdelch.3 curs_delch.3 mvwdelch.3 \
+ curs_delch.3 wdelch.3
+MLINKS+=curs_deleteln.3 deleteln.3 curs_deleteln.3 insdelln.3 \
+ curs_deleteln.3 insertln.3 curs_deleteln.3 wdeleteln.3 \
+ curs_deleteln.3 winsdelln.3 curs_deleteln.3 winsertln.3
+MLINKS+=curs_getch.3 getch.3 curs_getch.3 has_key.3 curs_getch.3 mvgetch.3 \
+ curs_getch.3 mvwgetch.3 curs_getch.3 ungetch.3 curs_getch.3 wgetch.3
+MLINKS+=curs_getstr.3 getnstr.3 curs_getstr.3 getstr.3 \
+ curs_getstr.3 mvgetnstr.3 curs_getstr.3 mvgetstr.3 \
+ curs_getstr.3 mvwgetnstr.3 curs_getstr.3 mvwgetstr.3 \
+ curs_getstr.3 wgetnstr.3 curs_getstr.3 wgetstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_getyx.3 getbegyx.3 curs_getyx.3 getmaxyx.3 \
+ curs_getyx.3 getparyx.3 curs_getyx.3 getyx.3
+MLINKS+=curs_inch.3 inch.3 curs_inch.3 mvinch.3 curs_inch.3 mvwinch.3 \
+ curs_inch.3 winch.3
+MLINKS+=curs_inchstr.3 inchnstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 inchstr.3 \
+ curs_inchstr.3 mvinchnstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 mvinchstr.3 \
+ curs_inchstr.3 mvwinchnstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 mvwinchstr.3 \
+ curs_inchstr.3 winchnstr.3 curs_inchstr.3 winchstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_initscr.3 delscreen.3 curs_initscr.3 endwin.3 \
+ curs_initscr.3 initscr.3 curs_initscr.3 isendwin.3 \
+ curs_initscr.3 newterm.3 curs_initscr.3 set_term.3
+MLINKS+=curs_inopts.3 cbreak.3 curs_inopts.3 echo.3 curs_inopts.3 halfdelay.3 \
curs_inopts.3 intrflush.3 curs_inopts.3 keypad.3 curs_inopts.3 meta.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 nodelay.3 curs_inopts.3 notimeout.3 curs_inopts.3 raw.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 noraw.3 curs_inopts.3 noqiflush.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 qiflush.3 curs_inopts.3 timeout.3 \
- curs_inopts.3 wtimeout.3 curs_inopts.3 typeahead.3
-MLINKS+=curs_insch.3 insch.3 curs_insch.3 winsch.3 curs_insch.3 mvinsch.3 \
- curs_insch.3 mvwinsch.3
-MLINKS+=curs_insstr.3 insstr.3 curs_insstr.3 insnstr.3 \
- curs_insstr.3 winsstr.3 curs_insstr.3 winsnstr.3 \
- curs_insstr.3 mvinsstr.3 curs_insstr.3 mvinsnstr.3 \
- curs_insstr.3 mvwinsstr.3 curs_insstr.3 mvwinsnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_instr.3 instr.3 curs_instr.3 innstr.3 curs_instr.3 winstr.3 \
- curs_instr.3 winnstr.3 curs_instr.3 mvinstr.3 curs_instr.3 mvinnstr.3 \
- curs_instr.3 mvwinstr.3 curs_instr.3 mvwinnstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_kernel.3 def_prog_mode.3 curs_kernel.3 def_shell_mode.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 reset_prog_mode.3 curs_kernel.3 reset_shell_mode.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 resetty.3 curs_kernel.3 savetty.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 getsyx.3 curs_kernel.3 setsyx.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 ripoffline.3 curs_kernel.3 curs_set.3 \
- curs_kernel.3 napms.3
+ curs_inopts.3 nocbreak.3 curs_inopts.3 nodelay.3 \
+ curs_inopts.3 noecho.3 curs_inopts.3 noqiflush.3 curs_inopts.3 noraw.3 \
+ curs_inopts.3 notimeout.3 curs_inopts.3 qiflush.3 curs_inopts.3 raw.3 \
+ curs_inopts.3 timeout.3 curs_inopts.3 typeahead.3 \
+ curs_inopts.3 wtimeout.3
+MLINKS+=curs_insch.3 insch.3 curs_insch.3 mvinsch.3 curs_insch.3 mvwinsch.3 \
+ curs_insch.3 winsch.3
+MLINKS+=curs_insstr.3 insnstr.3 curs_insstr.3 insstr.3 \
+ curs_insstr.3 mvinsnstr.3 curs_insstr.3 mvinsstr.3 \
+ curs_insstr.3 mvwinsnstr.3 curs_insstr.3 mvwinsstr.3 \
+ curs_insstr.3 winsnstr.3 curs_insstr.3 winsstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_instr.3 innstr.3 curs_instr.3 instr.3 curs_instr.3 mvinnstr.3 \
+ curs_instr.3 mvinstr.3 curs_instr.3 mvwinnstr.3 \
+ curs_instr.3 mvwinstr.3 curs_instr.3 winnstr.3 curs_instr.3 winstr.3
+MLINKS+=curs_kernel.3 curs_set.3 curs_kernel.3 def_prog_mode.3 \
+ curs_kernel.3 def_shell_mode.3 curs_kernel.3 getsyx.3 \
+ curs_kernel.3 napms.3 curs_kernel.3 reset_prog_mode.3 \
+ curs_kernel.3 reset_shell_mode.3 curs_kernel.3 resetty.3 \
+ curs_kernel.3 ripoffline.3 curs_kernel.3 savetty.3 \
+ curs_kernel.3 setsyx.3
+MLINKS+=curs_mouse.3 getmouse.3 curs_mouse.3 mouseinterval.3 \
+ curs_mouse.3 mousemask.3 curs_mouse.3 ungetmouse.3 \
+ curs_mouse.3 wenclose.3 curs_mouse.3 wmouse_trafo.3
MLINKS+=curs_move.3 move.3 curs_move.3 wmove.3
-MLINKS+=curs_outopts.3 clearok.3 curs_outopts.3 idlok.3 \
- curs_outopts.3 idcok.3 curs_outopts.3 immedok.3 \
- curs_outopts.3 leaveok.3 curs_outopts.3 setscrreg.3 \
- curs_outopts.3 wsetscrreg.3 curs_outopts.3 scrollok.3 \
- curs_outopts.3 nl.3 curs_outopts.3 nonl.3
-MLINKS+=curs_overlay.3 overlay.3 curs_overlay.3 overwrite.3 \
- curs_overlay.3 copywin.3
-MLINKS+=curs_pad.3 newpad.3 curs_pad.3 subpad.3 curs_pad.3 prefresh.3 \
- curs_pad.3 pnoutrefresh.3 curs_pad.3 pechochar.3
-MLINKS+=curs_printw.3 printw.3 curs_printw.3 wprintw.3 \
- curs_printw.3 mvprintw.3 curs_printw.3 mvwprintw.3 \
- curs_printw.3 vwprintw.3
-MLINKS+=curs_refresh.3 refresh.3 curs_refresh.3 wrefresh.3 \
- curs_refresh.3 wnoutrefresh.3 curs_refresh.3 doupdate.3 \
- curs_refresh.3 redrawwin.3 curs_refresh.3 wredrawln.3
-MLINKS+=curs_scanw.3 scanw.3 curs_scanw.3 wscanw.3 curs_scanw.3 mvscanw.3 \
- curs_scanw.3 mvwscanw.3 curs_scanw.3 vwscanw.3
-MLINKS+=curs_scr_dmp.3 scr_dump.3 curs_scr_dmp.3 scr_restore.3 \
- curs_scr_dmp.3 scr_init.3 curs_scr_dmp.3 scr_set.3
-MLINKS+=curs_scroll.3 scroll.3 curs_scroll.3 scrl.3 curs_scroll.3 wscrl.3
-MLINKS+=curs_slk.3 slk_init.3 curs_slk.3 slk_set.3 curs_slk.3 slk_refresh.3 \
- curs_slk.3 slk_noutrefresh.3 curs_slk.3 slk_label.3 \
- curs_slk.3 slk_clear.3 curs_slk.3 slk_restore.3 \
- curs_slk.3 slk_touch.3 curs_slk.3 slk_attron.3 \
- curs_slk.3 slk_attrset.3 curs_slk.3 slk_attroff.3
-MLINKS+=curs_termatt.3 baudrate.3 curs_termatt.3 erasechar.3 \
- curs_termatt.3 has_ic.3 curs_termatt.3 has_il.3 \
- curs_termatt.3 killchar.3 curs_termatt.3 longname.3 \
- curs_termatt.3 termattrs.3 curs_termatt.3 termname.3
-
-# XXX name clash with termcap(3)
-# MLINKS+= curs_termin.3 tparm.3
-MLINKS+=curs_termin.3 setupterm.3 curs_termin.3 setterm.3 \
- curs_termin.3 set_curterm.3 curs_termin.3 del_curterm.3 \
- curs_termin.3 restartterm.3 \
- curs_termin.3 putp.3 curs_termin.3 vidputs.3 \
- curs_termin.3 vidattr.3 curs_termin.3 mvcur.3 \
- curs_termin.3 tigetflag.3 curs_termin.3 tigetnum.3 \
- curs_termin.3 tigetstr.3
-MLINKS+=curs_touch.3 touchwin.3 curs_touch.3 touchline.3 \
- curs_touch.3 untouchwin.3 curs_touch.3 wtouchln.3 \
- curs_touch.3 is_linetouched.3 curs_touch.3 is_wintouched.3
-MLINKS+=curs_util.3 unctrl.3 curs_util.3 keyname.3 \
- curs_util.3 filter.3 curs_util.3 use_env.3 \
- curs_util.3 putwin.3 curs_util.3 getwin.3 \
- curs_util.3 delay_output.3 curs_util.3 flushinp.3
-MLINKS+=curs_window.3 newwin.3 curs_window.3 delwin.3 \
- curs_window.3 mvwin.3 curs_window.3 subwin.3 \
- curs_window.3 derwin.3 curs_window.3 mvderwin.3 \
- curs_window.3 dupwin.3 curs_window.3 wsyncup.3 \
- curs_window.3 syncok.3 curs_window.3 wcursyncup.3 \
- curs_window.3 wsyncdown.3
+MLINKS+=curs_outopts.3 clearok.3 curs_outopts.3 idcok.3 curs_outopts.3 idlok.3 \
+ curs_outopts.3 immedok.3 curs_outopts.3 leaveok.3 curs_outopts.3 nl.3 \
+ curs_outopts.3 nonl.3 curs_outopts.3 scrollok.3 \
+ curs_outopts.3 setscrreg.3 curs_outopts.3 wsetscrreg.3
+MLINKS+=curs_overlay.3 copywin.3 curs_overlay.3 overlay.3 \
+ curs_overlay.3 overwrite.3
+MLINKS+=curs_pad.3 newpad.3 curs_pad.3 pechochar.3 curs_pad.3 pnoutrefresh.3 \
+ curs_pad.3 prefresh.3 curs_pad.3 subpad.3
+MLINKS+=curs_print.3 mcprint.3
+MLINKS+=curs_printw.3 mvprintw.3 curs_printw.3 mvwprintw.3 \
+ curs_printw.3 printw.3 curs_printw.3 vw_printw.3 \
+ curs_printw.3 vwprintw.3 curs_printw.3 wprintw.3
+MLINKS+=curs_refresh.3 doupdate.3 curs_refresh.3 redrawwin.3 \
+ curs_refresh.3 refresh.3 curs_refresh.3 wnoutrefresh.3 \
+ curs_refresh.3 wredrawln.3 curs_refresh.3 wrefresh.3
+MLINKS+=curs_scanw.3 mvscanw.3 curs_scanw.3 mvwscanw.3 curs_scanw.3 scanw.3 \
+ curs_scanw.3 vw_scanw.3 curs_scanw.3 vwscanw.3 curs_scanw.3 wscanw.3
+MLINKS+=curs_scr_dump.3 scr_dump.3 curs_scr_dump.3 scr_init.3 \
+ curs_scr_dump.3 scr_restore.3 curs_scr_dump.3 scr_set.3
+MLINKS+=curs_scroll.3 scrl.3 curs_scroll.3 scroll.3 curs_scroll.3 wscrl.3
+MLINKS+=curs_slk.3 slk_attr.3 curs_slk.3 slk_attr_off.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_attr_on.3 curs_slk.3 slk_attr_set.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_attroff.3 curs_slk.3 slk_attron.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_attrset.3 curs_slk.3 slk_clear.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_color.3 curs_slk.3 slk_init.3 curs_slk.3 slk_label.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_noutrefresh.3 curs_slk.3 slk_refresh.3 \
+ curs_slk.3 slk_restore.3 curs_slk.3 slk_set.3 curs_slk.3 slk_touch.3
+MLINKS+=curs_termattrs.3 baudrate.3 curs_termattrs.3 erasechar.3 \
+ curs_termattrs.3 has_ic.3 curs_termattrs.3 has_il.3 \
+ curs_termattrs.3 killchar.3 curs_termattrs.3 longname.3 \
+ curs_termattrs.3 termattrs.3 curs_termattrs.3 termname.3
+MLINKS+=curs_termcap.3 tgetent.3 curs_termcap.3 tgetflag.3 \
+ curs_termcap.3 tgetnum.3 curs_termcap.3 tgetstr.3 \
+ curs_termcap.3 tgoto.3 curs_termcap.3 tputs.3
+MLINKS+=curs_terminfo.3 del_curterm.3 curs_terminfo.3 mvcur.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 putp.3 curs_terminfo.3 restartterm.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 set_curterm.3 curs_terminfo.3 setterm.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 setupterm.3 curs_terminfo.3 tigetflag.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 tigetnum.3 curs_terminfo.3 tigetstr.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 tparm.3 curs_terminfo.3 tputs.3 \
+ curs_terminfo.3 vidattr.3 curs_terminfo.3 vidputs.3
+MLINKS+=curs_touch.3 is_linetouched.3 curs_touch.3 is_wintouched.3 \
+ curs_touch.3 touchline.3 curs_touch.3 touchwin.3 \
+ curs_touch.3 untouchwin.3 curs_touch.3 wtouchln.3
+MLINKS+=curs_util.3 delay_output.3 curs_util.3 filter.3 \
+ curs_util.3 flushinp.3 curs_util.3 getwin.3 \
+ curs_util.3 keyname.3 curs_util.3 putwin.3 \
+ curs_util.3 unctrl.3 curs_util.3 use_env.3
+MLINKS+=curs_window.3 delwin.3 curs_window.3 derwin.3 curs_window.3 dupwin.3 \
+ curs_window.3 mvderwin.3 curs_window.3 mvwin.3 curs_window.3 newwin.3 \
+ curs_window.3 subwin.3 curs_window.3 syncok.3 \
+ curs_window.3 wcursyncup.3 curs_window.3 wsyncdown.3 \
+ curs_window.3 wsyncup.3
+MLINKS+=dft_fgbg.3 use_default_colors.3
.include <bsd.lib.mk>
+
+.SUFFIXES: .3x .3
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/README b/lib/libncurses/README
deleted file mode 100644
index d1f93bb7d0e3..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-NCURSES 1.8.6 - July 24, 1994
------------------------------
-This file is intended to help people interested in working
-on fixing ncurses, enhancing it, or porting it to other
-platforms.
-
-PORTABILITY:
-The file matrix is an attempt at centralizing all portability
-information. The top line lists the different options, down
-the leftside are the operating systems supported. If an option
-is not needed then it should have an entry of NONE. Note the
-use of ':' to terminate each field. If somebody knows awk better
-than me, get in touch.
-
-OS: name of operating system
-ISPOSIX: -DNONPOSIX if <unistd.h> is missing
-POSIX: -DSTRICTPOSIX if _POSIX_SOURCE turns off non-POSIX features.
- -DSVR4_ACTION if like svr4 you need _POSIX_SOURCE to have sigaction
-TERMINAL: -DNOTERMIOS if you don't have <termios.h> but have <sgtty.h>
-HEADERS: -DBRAINDEAD if system headers don't declare external variables
-TABS: -DBSDTABS if you don't have TABS3 but have OXTABS
-OPT: -DOPT_MVCUR if you want mvcur() to cost its actions or you have a
- terminal that doesn't have direct cursor addressing.
-SRCDIR: the directory where the terminfo database lives
-CC: ANSI C compiler
-FLAGS: standard compiler flags
-EXTRA: extra flags needed by individual systems
- Sun: -DSUNIOCTL <sys/ioctl.h> conflicts with <termios.h>
- HP-UX: -D_HPUX_SOURCE so that we get POSIX and XOPEN features.
- SVR4: -DBROKEN_TIOCGETWINSZ guess what?
- AIX: -DSYS_SELECT if you need <sys/select.h>
-BASE: The directory under which headers and libraries will
- be installed.
-INSTALL: The name of an install program similar to BSD's (ie. understands
- -m, -g, -o, etc.) GNU install works.
-
-The awk script in script.src reads matrix and generates all the Config.*
-files.
-
-There are several problems with strict POSIX systems so extra flags
-or #define's maybe needed.
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/Makefile b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/Makefile
deleted file mode 100644
index ef6cb997a54c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/Makefile
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,35 +0,0 @@
-TESTS = test corner ensor getch ncurses hanoi knight rain worm \
- over scroll2 battle newdemo scroll3 xmas copy firework testcurs \
- scroll
-
-CLEANFILES += $(TESTS)
-
-LIBS += -lncurses -lmytinfo
-
-all: $(TESTS)
-
-$(TESTS):
- $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) ${.CURDIR}/${.TARGET}.c -o ${.TARGET} $(LIBS)
-
-test: test.c
-corner: corner.c
-ensor: ensor.c
-getch: getch.c
-ncurses: ncurses.c
-hanoi: hanoi.c
-knight: knight.c
-rain: rain.c
-worm: worm.c
-over: over.c
-scroll2: scroll2.c
-battle: battle.c
-newdemo: newdemo.c
-scroll3: scroll3.c
-xmas: xmas.c
-copy: copy.c
-firework: firework.c
-testcurs: testcurs.c
-scroll: scroll.c
-
-.include <bsd.prog.mk>
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/README b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/README
deleted file mode 100644
index 279c6d8479ba..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
-The programs in this directory are designed to test your newest toy :-)
-Check the sources for any further details.
-
-asc.c - tests the line drawing functions
-attr.c - display attributes available on the terminal
-bs.c - the game of battleship
-battle.c - older version of battleship with different interface
-caps.c - output a list of all capabilites to stderr (redirect to a file
- or it will screw up the terminal)
-copy.c - test overlay
-gdc.c - Great Digital Clock, gives an example of usng color
-getch.c - tests ketpad() and getch()
-hanoi.c - the game of hanoi, also an example of using color
-knight.c - the game of Knight's Tour
-rain.c - rain drops are falling on my head..
-scroll.c - test scrolling region
-slk.c - test soft labels
-worm.c - worms run all over your screen
-firework.c - multi-colored fireworks
-newdemo.c - a demo from the PDCurses people
-testcurs.c - a test from the PDCurses people
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/battle.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/battle.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 5b5a9610def5..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/battle.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,705 +0,0 @@
-/*
- * battle.c - original author: Bruce Holloway
- * mods by: Chuck A DeGaul
- */
-
-#include <unistd.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <ctype.h>
-#include <time.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-#define OTHER 1-turn
-
-char numbers[] = " 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9";
-
-char carrier[] = "Aircraft Carrier";
-char battle[] = "Battleship";
-char sub[] = "Submarine";
-char destroy[] = "Destroyer";
-char ptboat[] = "PT Boat";
-
-char name[40];
-char dftname[] = "Stranger";
-
-struct _ships {
- char *name;
- char symbol;
- char length;
- char start; /* Coordinates - 0,0=0; 10,10=100. */
- char dir; /* Direction - 0 = right; 1 = down. */
- char hits; /* How many times has this ship been hit? (-1==sunk) */
-};
-
-struct _ships plyship[] = {
- { carrier,'A',5,0,0,0 },
- { battle,'B',4,0,0,0 },
- { destroy,'D',3,0,0,0 },
- { sub,'S',3,0,0,0 },
- { ptboat,'P',2,0,0,0 },
-};
-
-struct _ships cpuship[] = {
- { carrier,'A',5,0,0,0 },
- { battle,'B',4,0,0,0 },
- { destroy,'D',3,0,0,0 },
- { sub,'S',3,0,0,0 },
- { ptboat,'P',2,0,0,0 },
-};
-
-char hits[2][100], board[2][100]; /* "Hits" board, and main board. */
-
-int srchstep;
-int cpuhits;
-int cstart, cdir;
-int plywon=0, cpuwon=0; /* How many games has each won? */
-int turn; /* 0=player, 1=computer */
-int huntoffs; /* Offset on search strategy */
-
-int salvo, blitz, ask, seemiss; /* options */
-
-void intro(void);
-void initgame(void);
-int rnd(int);
-void plyplace(struct _ships *);
-int getdir(void);
-void placeship(struct _ships *, int, int);
-int checkplace(struct _ships *, int, int);
-void error(char *);
-void prompt(void);
-char getcoord(void);
-void cpuplace(struct _ships *);
-int awinna(void);
-int plyturn(void);
-int hitship(int);
-int cputurn(void);
-int playagain(void);
-void uninitgame();
-int sgetc(char *);
-int do_options(int, char *[]);
-int scount(int);
-
-int
-main(int argc, char **argv)
-{
- do_options(argc, argv);
-
- intro();
- do {
- initgame();
- while(awinna() == -1) {
- if (!blitz) {
- if (!salvo) {
- if (turn)
- cputurn();
- else plyturn();
- } else {
- register int i;
-
- i = scount(turn);
- while (i--) {
- if (turn)
- if (cputurn())
- if (awinna() != -1)
- i = 0;
- else
- if(plyturn())
- if (awinna() != -1)
- i = 0;
- }
- }
- } else {
- while((turn) ? cputurn() : plyturn());
- }
- turn = OTHER;
- }
- } while(playagain());
- uninitgame();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-#define PR addstr
-
-void
-intro()
-{
-char *tmpname;
-
- srand(time(0L)); /* Kick the random number generator */
-
- signal(SIGINT,uninitgame);
- if(signal(SIGQUIT,SIG_IGN) != SIG_IGN) signal(SIGQUIT,uninitgame);
-#if 1
- /* for some bizzare reason, getlogin or cuserid cause havoc with the terminal */
- if ((tmpname = getlogin()) != NULL) {
- strcpy(name, tmpname);
- } else
-#endif
- strcpy(name,dftname);
- name[0] = toupper(name[0]);
-
- initscr();
- savetty();
- nonl();
- cbreak();
- noecho();
- clear();
- mvaddstr(4,29,"Welcome to Battleship!");
- move(8,0);
-PR(" \\\n");
-PR(" \\ \\ \\\n");
-PR(" \\ \\ \\ \\ \\_____________\n");
-PR(" \\ \\ \\_____________ \\ \\/ |\n");
-PR(" \\ \\/ \\ \\/ |\n");
-PR(" \\/ \\_____/ |__\n");
-PR(" ________________/ |\n");
-PR(" \\ S.S. Penguin |\n");
-PR(" \\ /\n");
-PR(" \\___________________________________________________/\n");
- mvaddstr(20,27,"Hit any key to continue..."); refresh();
- getch();
-}
-
-void
-initgame()
-{
-int i;
-
- clear();
- mvaddstr(0,35,"BATTLESHIP");
- mvaddstr(4,12,"Main Board");
- mvaddstr(6,0,numbers);
- move(7,0);
- for(i=0; i<10; ++i){
- printw("%c . . . . . . . . . . %c\n",i+'A',i+'A');
- }
- mvaddstr(17,0,numbers);
- mvaddstr(4,55,"Hit/Miss Board");
- mvaddstr(6,45,numbers);
- for(i=0; i<10; ++i){
- mvprintw(7+i,45,"%c . . . . . . . . . . %c",i+'A',i+'A');
- }
- mvaddstr(17,45,numbers);
- for(turn=0; turn<2; ++turn)
- for(i=0; i<100; ++i){
- hits[turn][i] = board[turn][i] = 0;
- }
- for(turn=0; turn<2; ++turn){
- for(i=0; i<5; ++i)
- if (!turn)
- plyplace(&plyship[i]);
- else
- cpuplace(&cpuship[i]);
- }
- turn = rnd(2);
- cstart = cdir = -1;
- cpuhits = 0;
- srchstep = 3;
- huntoffs = rnd(srchstep);
-}
-
-int
-rnd(int n)
-{
- return(((rand() & 0x7FFF) % n));
-}
-
-void
-plyplace(ss)
-struct _ships *ss;
-{
-int c, d;
-
- do {
- prompt();
- printw("Place your %s (ex.%c%d) ? ",ss->name,rnd(10)+'A',rnd(10));
- c = getcoord();
- d = getdir();
- } while(!checkplace(ss,c,d));
- placeship(ss,c,d);
-}
-
-int
-getdir()
-{
-
- prompt();
- addstr("What direction (0=right, 1=down) ? ");
- return(sgetc("01")-'0');
-}
-
-void
-placeship(ss,c,d)
-struct _ships *ss;
-int c, d;
-{
-int x, y, l, i;
-
- for(l=0; l<ss->length; ++l){
- i = c + l * ((d) ? 10 : 1);
- board[turn][i] = ss->symbol;
- x = (i % 10) * 3 + 3;
- y = (i / 10) + 7;
- if(!turn) mvaddch(y,x,ss->symbol);
- }
- ss->start = c;
- ss->dir = d;
- ss->hits = 0;
-}
-
-int
-checkplace(ss,c,d)
-struct _ships *ss;
-int c, d;
-{
-int x, y, l;
-
- x = c%10; y = c/10;
- if(((x+ss->length) > 10 && !d) || ((y+ss->length) > 10 && d==1)){
- if(!turn)
- switch(rnd(3)){
- case 0:
- error("Ship is hanging from the edge of the world");
- break;
- case 1:
- error("Try fitting it on the board");
- break;
- case 2:
- error("Figure I won't find it if you put it there?");
- break;
- }
- return(0);
- }
- for(l=0; l<ss->length; ++l){
- x = c + l * ((d) ? 10 : 1);
- if(board[turn][x]){
- if(!turn)
- switch(rnd(3)){
- case 0:
- error("There's already a ship there");
- break;
- case 1:
- error("Collision alert! Aaaaaagh!");
- break;
- case 2:
- error("Er, Admiral, what about the other ship?");
- break;
- }
- return(0);
- }
- }
- return(1);
-}
-
-void
-error(s)
-char *s;
-{
- prompt();
- beep();
- printw("%s -- hit any key to continue --",s);
- refresh();
- getch();
-}
-
-void
-prompt(){
- move(22,0);
- clrtoeol();
-}
-
-char
-getcoord()
-{
-int ch, x, y;
-
-redo:
- y = sgetc("ABCDEFGHIJ");
- do {
- ch = getch();
- if (ch == 0x7F || ch == 8) {
- addstr("\b \b");
- refresh();
- goto redo;
- }
- } while(ch < '0' || ch > '9');
- addch(x = ch);
- refresh();
- return((y-'A')*10+x-'0');
-}
-
-void
-cpuplace(ss)
-struct _ships *ss;
-{
-int c, d;
-
- do{
- c = rnd(100);
- d = rnd(2);
- } while(!checkplace(ss,c,d));
- placeship(ss,c,d);
-}
-
-int
-awinna()
-{
-int i, j;
-struct _ships *ss;
-
- for (i = 0; i < 2; ++i) {
- ss = (i) ? cpuship : plyship;
- for(j=0; j<5; ++j, ++ss)
- if(ss->length != ss->hits)
- break;
- if(j == 5) return(OTHER);
- }
- return(-1);
-}
-
-int
-plyturn()
-{
-int c, res;
-char *m;
-
- prompt();
- addstr("Where do you want to shoot? ");
- c = getcoord();
- if(!(res = hits[turn][c])){
- hits[turn][c] = res = (board[OTHER][c]) ? 'H' : 'M';
- mvaddch(7+c/10,48+3*(c%10),(res=='H') ? 'H' : 'o');
- if(c = hitship(c)){
- prompt();
- switch(rnd(3)){
- case 0:
- m = "You sank my %s!";
- break;
- case 1:
- m = "I have this sinking feeling about my %s....";
- break;
- case 2:
- m = "Have some mercy for my %s!";
- break;
- }
- move(23,0);
- clrtoeol();
- beep();
- printw(m,cpuship[c-1].name); refresh();
- return(awinna() == -1);
- }
- }
- prompt();
- move(23,0); clrtoeol();
- printw("You %s.",(res=='M')?"missed":"scored a hit"); refresh();
- return(res == 'H');
-}
-
-int
-hitship(c)
-int c;
-{
-struct _ships *ss;
-int sym, i, j;
-
- ss = (turn) ? plyship : cpuship;
- if (!(sym = board[OTHER][c])) return(0);
- for (i = 0; i < 5; ++i, ++ss)
- if (ss->symbol == sym) {
- j = ss->hits;
- ++j;
- ss->hits = j;
- if (j == ss->length)
- return(i+1);
- return(0);
- }
-}
-
-int
-cputurn()
-{
-int c, res, x, y, i, d;
-
-redo:
- if (cstart == -1){
- if (cpuhits){
- for(i=0, c=rnd(100); i<100; ++i, c = (c+1) % 100)
- if(hits[turn][c] == 'H')
- break;
- if(i != 100){
- cstart = c;
- cdir = -1;
- goto fndir;
- }
- }
- do {
- i = 0;
- do{
- while(hits[turn][c=rnd(100)]);
- x = c % 10; y = c / 10;
- if(++i == 1000) break;
- } while(((x+huntoffs) % srchstep) != (y % srchstep));
- if(i == 1000) --srchstep;
- } while(i == 1000);
- }
- else if(cdir == -1){
-fndir: for(i=0, d=rnd(4); i++ < 4; d = (d+1) % 4){
- x = cstart%10; y = cstart/10;
- switch(d){
- case 0: ++x; break;
- case 1: ++y; break;
- case 2: --x; break;
- case 3: --y; break;
- }
- if(x<0 || x>9 || y<0 || y>9) continue;
- if(hits[turn][c=y*10+x]) continue;
- cdir = -2;
- break;
- }
- if(i == 4){
- cstart = -1;
- goto redo;
- }
- }
- else{
- x = cstart%10; y = cstart/10;
- switch(cdir){
- case 0: ++x; break;
- case 1: ++y; break;
- case 2: --x; break;
- case 3: --y; break;
- }
- if(x<0 || x>9 || y<0 || y>9 || hits[turn][y*10+x]){
- cdir = (cdir+2) % 4;
- for(;;){
- switch(cdir){
- case 0: ++x; break;
- case 1: ++y; break;
- case 2: --x; break;
- case 3: --y; break;
- }
- if(x<0 || x>9 || y<0 || y>9){ cstart = -1;
- goto redo;
- }
- if(!hits[turn][y*10+x]) break;
- }
- }
- c = y*10 + x;
- }
-
- if (!ask) {
- res = (board[OTHER][c]) ? 'H' : 'M';
- move(21,0); clrtoeol();
- printw("I shoot at %c%d. I %s!",c/10+'A',c%10,(res=='H')?"hit":"miss");
- } else {
- for(;;){
- prompt();
- printw("I shoot at %c%d. Do I (H)it or (M)iss? ",c/10+'A',c%10);
- res = sgetc("HM");
- if((res=='H' && !board[OTHER][c]) || (res=='M' && board[OTHER][c])){
- error("You lie!");
- continue;
- }
- break;
- }
- addch(res);
- }
- hits[turn][c] = res;
- if(res == 'H') {
- ++cpuhits;
- if(cstart == -1) cdir = -1;
- cstart = c;
- if(cdir == -2) cdir = d;
- mvaddch(7+(c/10),3+3*(c%10),'*');
- if (blitz && !ask) {
- refresh();
- sleep(1);
- }
- }
- else {
- if (seemiss) {
- mvaddch(7+(c/10),3+3*(c%10),' ');
- } else {
- if(cdir == -2) cdir = -1;
- }
- }
- if(c=hitship(c)){
- cstart = -1;
- cpuhits -= plyship[c-1].length;
- x = plyship[c-1].start;
- d = plyship[c-1].dir;
- y = plyship[c-1].length;
- for(i=0; i<y; ++i){
- hits[turn][x] = '*';
- x += (d) ? 10 : 1;
- }
- }
- if (salvo && !ask) {
- refresh();
- sleep(1);
- }
- if(awinna() != -1) return(0);
- return(res == 'H');
-}
-
-int
-playagain()
-{
-int i, x, y, dx, dy, j;
-
- for(i=0; i<5; ++i){
- x = cpuship[i].start; y = x/10+7; x = (x % 10) * 3 + 48;
- dx = (cpuship[i].dir) ? 0 : 3;
- dy = (cpuship[i].dir) ? 1 : 0;
- for(j=0; j < cpuship[i].length; ++j){
- mvaddch(y,x,cpuship[i].symbol);
- x += dx; y += dy;
- }
- }
-
- if(awinna()) ++cpuwon; else ++plywon;
- i = 18 + strlen(name);
- if(plywon >= 10) ++i;
- if(cpuwon >= 10) ++i;
- mvprintw(2,(80-i)/2,"%s: %d Computer: %d",name,plywon,cpuwon);
-
- prompt();
- printw((awinna()) ? "Want to be humiliated again, %s? "
- : "Going to give me a chance for revenge, %s? ",name);
- return(sgetc("YN") == 'Y');
-}
-
-void
-uninitgame(int sig)
-{
- refresh();
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-int
-sgetc(s)
-char *s;
-{
-char *s1;
-int ch;
-
- refresh();
- for (;;) {
- ch = toupper(getch());
- for (s1 = s; *s1 && ch != *s1; ++s1);
- if (*s1) {
- addch(ch);
- refresh();
- return(ch);
- }
- }
-}
-
-/*
- * I should use getopts() from libc.a, but I'm leary that other UNIX
- * systems might not have it, although I'd love to use it.
- */
-
-int
-do_options(c,op)
-int c;
-char *op[];
-{
-register int i;
-
- if (c > 1) {
- for (i=1; i<c; i++) {
- switch(op[i][0]) {
- default:
- case '?':
- fprintf(stderr, "Usage: battle [ -s | -b ] [ -a ] [ -m ]\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "\tWhere the options are:\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "\t-s : play a salvo game (mutex with -b)\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "\t-b : play a blitz game (mutex with -s)\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "\t-a : computer asks you for hit/miss\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "\t-m : computer misses are displayed\n");
- exit(1);
- break;
- case '-':
- switch(op[i][1]) {
- case 'b':
- blitz = 1;
- if (salvo == 1) {
- fprintf(stderr,
- "Bad Arg: -b and -s are mutually exclusive\n");
- exit(1);
- }
- break;
- case 's':
- salvo = 1;
- if (blitz == 1) {
- fprintf(stderr,
- "Bad Arg: -s and -b are mutually exclusive\n");
- exit(1);
- }
- break;
- case 'a':
- ask = 1;
- break;
- case 'm':
- seemiss = 1;
- break;
- default:
- fprintf(stderr,
- "Bad Arg: type \"%s ?\" for usage message\n", op[0]);
- exit(1);
- }
- }
- }
- fprintf(stdout, "Playing optional game (");
- if (salvo)
- fprintf(stdout, "salvo, noblitz, ");
- else if (blitz)
- fprintf(stdout, "blitz, nosalvo, ");
- else
- fprintf(stdout, "noblitz, nosalvo, ");
-
- if (ask)
- fprintf(stdout, "ask, ");
- else
- fprintf(stdout, "noask, ");
-
- if (seemiss)
- fprintf(stdout, "seemiss)\n");
- else
- fprintf(stdout, "noseemiss)\n");
- }
- else
- fprintf(stdout,
- "Playing standard game (no blitz, no slavo, no ask, no seemiss)\n");
- sleep(2);
- return(0);
-}
-
-int
-scount(who)
-int who;
-{
-int i, shots;
-struct _ships *sp;
-
- if (who) {
- /* count cpu shots */
- sp = cpuship;
- } else {
- /* count player shots */
- sp = plyship;
- }
- for (i=0, shots = 0; i<5; i++, sp++) {
- /* extra test for machines with unsigned chars! */
- if (sp->hits == (char) -1 || sp->hits >= sp->length) {
- continue; /* dead ship */
- } else {
- shots++;
- }
- }
- return(shots);
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/copy.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/copy.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 013f9dbe4237..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/copy.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main()
-{
-WINDOW *win1, *win2;
-int h, i;
-
- initscr();
- cbreak();
- noecho();
- win1 = newwin(20, 50, 0, 20);
- for (h = 0; h < 20; h++)
- for (i = 0; i < 50; i++)
- mvwaddch(win1, h, i, 'X');
- wrefresh(win1);
- getch();
-
- win2 = newwin(20, 50, 3, 30);
- for (h = 0; h < 20; h++)
- for (i = 0; i < 50; i++)
- mvwaddch(win2, h, i, 'Y');
- wnoutrefresh(win1);
- wnoutrefresh(win2);
- doupdate();
- getch();
-
- /* now, remove window 2 and restore the contents of window 1 */
- i = copywin(win1, win2, 5, 10, 0, 0, 14, 39, 0);
- wnoutrefresh(win1);
- wnoutrefresh(win2);
- printw("copywin returns %d\n", i);
- wnoutrefresh(stdscr);
- doupdate();
-
- getch();
-
- endwin();
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/corner.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/corner.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 2ab38a982af8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/corner.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,16 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-int main()
-{
-int i, j;
-
- initscr();
-
- for (i = 0; i < LINES; i++) {
- j = mvaddch(i, COLS - 1, 'A' + i);
- }
- refresh();
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ensor.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ensor.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 4eca9cb463c4..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ensor.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,52 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main()
-{
- int i;
- WINDOW *win;
-
- initscr();
- noecho();
- nonl();
- cbreak();
-
- scrollok(stdscr, TRUE);
-
- for (i=0; i<25; i++)
- printw("This is in the background, this should be left alone!\n");
-
- refresh();
- win=newwin(10,50,6,20);
- scrollok(win,TRUE);
- wmove(win,0,0);
- whline(win,0,49);
- wmove(win,9,0);
- whline(win,0,49);
- wrefresh(win);
- wattrset(win,A_STANDOUT);
- mvwprintw(win, 0, 14, " Scrolling Demo! ");
- mvwprintw(win, 9, 14, " Scrolling Demo! ");
- wattroff(win,A_STANDOUT);
- wsetscrreg(win, 1,8);
-
- mvwprintw(win, 0, 5, " DOWN ");
- wmove(win,1,0);
- wrefresh(win);
-
- getch();
- for (i=0; i<25; i++){ wprintw(win, "This is window line test (%d).\n", i);
- if (i%2) wattrset(win,A_BOLD); else wattroff(win,A_BOLD);
- wrefresh(win); }
-
- mvwprintw(win, 0, 5, " UP ");
- wrefresh(win);
- getch();
- for (i=0; i<25; i++) { wmove(win,1,0); winsertln(win);
- if (i%2) wattrset(win,A_BOLD); else wattroff(win,A_BOLD);
- wprintw(win, "Scrolling backwards! (%d)\n", i); wrefresh(win); }
-
- mvwprintw(win, 0, 5, " DONE "); wrefresh(win);
-
- endwin();
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/firework.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/firework.c
deleted file mode 100644
index b4975849b593..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/firework.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,113 +0,0 @@
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#include <ctype.h>
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-void explode();
-
-int main()
-{
-int start,end,row,diff,flag,direction,seed;
-
- initscr();
- if (has_colors())
- start_color();
- seed = time((time_t *)0);
- srand(seed);
- cbreak();
- for (;;) {
- do {
- start = rand() % (COLS -3);
- end = rand() % (COLS - 3);
- start = (start < 2) ? 2 : start;
- end = (end < 2) ? 2 : end;
- direction = (start > end) ? -1 : 1;
- diff = abs(start-end);
- } while (diff<2 || diff>=LINES-2);
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- for (row=0;row<diff;row++) {
- mvprintw(LINES - row,start + (row * direction),
- (direction < 0) ? "\\" : "/");
- if (flag++) {
- refresh();
- erase();
- flag = 0;
- }
- }
- if (flag++) {
- refresh();
- flag = 0;
- }
- seed = time((time_t *)0);
- srand(seed);
- explode(LINES-row,start+(diff*direction));
- erase();
- refresh();
- }
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-void explode(int row, int col)
-{
- erase();
- mvprintw(row,col,"-");
- refresh();
-
- init_pair(1,get_colour(),COLOR_BLACK);
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1));
- mvprintw(row-1,col-1," - ");
- mvprintw(row,col-1,"-+-");
- mvprintw(row+1,col-1," - ");
- refresh();
-
- init_pair(1,get_colour(),COLOR_BLACK);
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1));
- mvprintw(row-2,col-2," --- ");
- mvprintw(row-1,col-2,"-+++-");
- mvprintw(row, col-2,"-+#+-");
- mvprintw(row+1,col-2,"-+++-");
- mvprintw(row+2,col-2," --- ");
- refresh();
-
- init_pair(1,get_colour(),COLOR_BLACK);
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1));
- mvprintw(row-2,col-2," +++ ");
- mvprintw(row-1,col-2,"++#++");
- mvprintw(row, col-2,"+# #+");
- mvprintw(row+1,col-2,"++#++");
- mvprintw(row+2,col-2," +++ ");
- refresh();
-
- init_pair(1,get_colour(),COLOR_BLACK);
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1));
- mvprintw(row-2,col-2," # ");
- mvprintw(row-1,col-2,"## ##");
- mvprintw(row, col-2,"# #");
- mvprintw(row+1,col-2,"## ##");
- mvprintw(row+2,col-2," # ");
- refresh();
-
- init_pair(1,get_colour(),COLOR_BLACK);
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1));
- mvprintw(row-2,col-2," # # ");
- mvprintw(row-1,col-2,"# #");
- mvprintw(row, col-2," ");
- mvprintw(row+1,col-2,"# #");
- mvprintw(row+2,col-2," # # ");
- refresh();
- return;
-}
-
-int get_colour()
-{
- int attr;
- attr = (rand() % 16)+1;
- if (attr == 1 || attr == 9)
- attr = COLOR_RED;
- if (attr > 8)
- attr |= A_BOLD;
- return(attr);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/getch.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/getch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 90a0ee42178c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/getch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main()
- {
- int c,i;
- initscr();
- cbreak();
- noecho();
-#if 1
- wtimeout(stdscr,1000);
-#endif
- scrollok(stdscr,TRUE);
- for (c='A';c<='Z';c++)
- for (i=0;i<25;i++)
- {
- move(i,i);
- addch(c);
- refresh();
- }
- move (0,0);
- while ((c=wgetch(stdscr))!='A')
- {
- if (c == EOF) printw(">>wait for keypress<<");
- else printw(">>%c<<\n",c);
- refresh();
- }
- endwin();
- }
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/hanoi.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/hanoi.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 8a482d5655c9..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/hanoi.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,275 +0,0 @@
-/*
- * Name: Towers of Hanoi.
- *
- * Desc:
- * This is a playable copy of towers of hanoi.
- * Its sole purpose is to demonstrate my Amiga Curses package.
- * This program should compile on any system that has Curses.
- * 'hanoi' will give a manual game with 7 playing pieces.
- * 'hanoi n' will give a manual game with n playing pieces.
- * 'hanoi n a' will give an auto solved game with n playing pieces.
- *
- * Author: Simon J Raybould (sie@fulcrum.bt.co.uk).
- *
- * Date: 05.Nov.90
- *
- */
-
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-#define NPEGS 3 /* This is not configurable !! */
-#define MINTILES 3
-#define MAXTILES 9
-#define DEFAULTTILES 7
-#define TOPLINE 6
-#define BASELINE 16
-#define STATUSLINE (LINES-3)
-#define LEFTPEG 19
-#define MIDPEG 39
-#define RIGHTPEG 59
-
-#define LENTOIND(x) (((x)-1)/2)
-#define OTHER(a,b) (3-((a)+(b)))
-
-struct Peg {
- int Length[MAXTILES];
- int Count;
-};
-
-struct Peg Pegs[NPEGS];
-int PegPos[] = { LEFTPEG, MIDPEG, RIGHTPEG };
-int TileColour[] = {
- COLOR_GREEN, /* Length 3 */
- COLOR_MAGENTA, /* Length 5 */
- COLOR_RED, /* Length 7 */
- COLOR_BLUE, /* Length 9 */
- COLOR_CYAN, /* Length 11 */
- COLOR_YELLOW, /* Length 13 */
- COLOR_GREEN, /* Length 15 */
- COLOR_MAGENTA, /* Length 17 */
- COLOR_RED, /* Length 19 */
-};
-int NMoves = 0;
-
-static unsigned char AutoFlag;
-
-void InitTiles(), DisplayTiles(), MakeMove(), AutoMove(), Usage();
-
-int
-main(int argc, char **argv)
-{
-int NTiles, FromCol, ToCol;
-
- switch(argc) {
- case 1:
- NTiles = DEFAULTTILES;
- break;
- case 2:
- NTiles = atoi(argv[1]);
- if (NTiles > MAXTILES || NTiles < MINTILES) {
- fprintf(stderr, "Range %d to %d\n", MINTILES, MAXTILES);
- exit(1);
- }
- break;
- case 3:
- if (strcmp(argv[2], "a")) {
- Usage();
- exit(1);
- }
- NTiles = atoi(argv[1]);
- if (NTiles > MAXTILES || NTiles < MINTILES) {
- fprintf(stderr, "Range %d to %d\n", MINTILES, MAXTILES);
- exit(1);
- }
- AutoFlag = TRUE;
- break;
- default:
- Usage();
- exit(1);
- }
- initscr();
- if (!has_colors()) {
- puts("terminal doesn't support color.");
- exit(1);
- }
- start_color();
- {
- int i;
- for (i = 0; i < 9; i++)
- init_pair(i+1, COLOR_BLACK, TileColour[i]);
- }
- cbreak();
- if (LINES < 24) {
- fprintf(stderr, "Min screen length 24 lines\n");
- endwin();
- exit(1);
- }
- if(AutoFlag)
- leaveok(stdscr, TRUE); /* Attempt to remove cursor */
- InitTiles(NTiles);
- DisplayTiles();
- if(AutoFlag) {
- do {
- noecho();
- AutoMove(0, 2, NTiles);
- } while(!Solved(NTiles));
- sleep(2);
- } else {
- for(;;) {
- if(GetMove(&FromCol, &ToCol))
- break;
- if (AutoFlag) {
- AutoMove(0, 2, NTiles);
- break;
- }
- if(InvalidMove(FromCol, ToCol)) {
- mvaddstr(STATUSLINE, 0, "Invalid Move !!");
- refresh();
- beep();
- continue;
- }
- MakeMove(FromCol, ToCol);
- if(Solved(NTiles)) {
- mvprintw(STATUSLINE, 0, "Well Done !! You did it in %d moves", NMoves);
- refresh();
- sleep(5);
- break;
- }
- }
- }
- endwin();
-}
-
-int
-InvalidMove(int From, int To)
-{
- if(From == To)
- return TRUE;
- if(!Pegs[From].Count)
- return TRUE;
- if(Pegs[To].Count &&
- Pegs[From].Length[Pegs[From].Count-1] >
- Pegs[To].Length[Pegs[To].Count-1])
- return TRUE;
- return FALSE;
-}
-
-void
-InitTiles(int NTiles)
-{
-int Size, SlotNo;
-
- for(Size=NTiles*2+1, SlotNo=0; Size>=3; Size-=2)
- Pegs[0].Length[SlotNo++] = Size;
-
- Pegs[0].Count = NTiles;
- Pegs[1].Count = 0;
- Pegs[2].Count = 0;
-}
-
-#define gc() {noecho();getch();echo();}
-
-void
-DisplayTiles()
-{
- int Line, Peg, SlotNo;
- char TileBuf[BUFSIZ];
-
- erase();
- mvaddstr(1, 24, "T O W E R S O F H A N O I");
- mvaddstr(3, 34, "SJR 1990");
- mvprintw(19, 5, "Moves : %d", NMoves);
- standout();
- mvaddstr(BASELINE, 8, " ");
-
- for(Line=TOPLINE; Line<BASELINE; Line++) {
- mvaddch(Line, LEFTPEG, ' ');
- mvaddch(Line, MIDPEG, ' ');
- mvaddch(Line, RIGHTPEG, ' ');
- }
- mvaddch(BASELINE, LEFTPEG, '1');
- mvaddch(BASELINE, MIDPEG, '2');
- mvaddch(BASELINE, RIGHTPEG, '3');
- standend();
-
- /* Draw tiles */
- for(Peg=0; Peg<NPEGS; Peg++) {
- for(SlotNo=0; SlotNo<Pegs[Peg].Count; SlotNo++) {
- memset(TileBuf, ' ', Pegs[Peg].Length[SlotNo]);
- TileBuf[Pegs[Peg].Length[SlotNo]] = '\0';
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(LENTOIND(Pegs[Peg].Length[SlotNo])));
- mvaddstr(BASELINE-(SlotNo+1),
- PegPos[Peg]-Pegs[Peg].Length[SlotNo]/2, TileBuf);
- }
- }
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- refresh();
-}
-
-int
-GetMove(int *From, int *To)
-{
- mvaddstr(STATUSLINE, 0, "Next move ('q' to quit) from ");
- clrtoeol();
- refresh();
- if((*From = getch()) == 'q')
- return TRUE;
- else if (*From == 'a') {
- AutoFlag = TRUE;
- return FALSE;
- }
- *From -= ('0'+1);
- addstr(" to ");
- clrtoeol();
- refresh();
- if((*To = getch()) == 'q')
- return TRUE;
- *To -= ('0'+1);
- move(STATUSLINE, 0);
- clrtoeol();
- refresh();
- return FALSE;
-}
-
-void
-MakeMove(int From, int To)
-{
-
- Pegs[From].Count--;
- Pegs[To].Length[Pegs[To].Count] = Pegs[From].Length[Pegs[From].Count];
- Pegs[To].Count++;
- NMoves++;
- DisplayTiles();
-}
-
-void
-AutoMove(int From, int To, int Num)
-{
-
- if(Num == 1) {
- MakeMove(From, To);
- return;
- }
- AutoMove(From, OTHER(From, To), Num-1);
- MakeMove(From, To);
- AutoMove(OTHER(From, To), To, Num-1);
-}
-
-int
-Solved(int NumTiles)
-{
-int i;
-
- for(i = 1; i < NPEGS; i++)
- if (Pegs[i].Count == NumTiles)
- return TRUE;
- return FALSE;
-}
-
-void
-Usage()
-{
- fprintf(stderr, "Usage: hanoi [<No Of Tiles>] [a]\n");
- fprintf(stderr, "The 'a' option causes the tower to be solved automatically\n");
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/knight.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/knight.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 73f7b42f9d93..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/knight.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,320 +0,0 @@
-/* Knights Tour - a brain game */
-
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-#include <ctype.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-
-#ifdef __FreeBSD__
-#define srand48 srandom
-#define lrand48 random
-#endif
-
-short board [64]; /* the squares */
-char row, column; /* input characters */
-int rw,col; /* numeric equivalent of row and column */
-int curow,curcol; /* current row and column integers */
-int rdif, cdif; /* difference between input and current */
-int j; /* index into board */
-
-char script[]={"'_)//,/(-)/__/__(_<_(__),|/|/_///_/_<//_/_)__o__o'______///_(--_(_)___,(_/,_/__(_\0"};
-
-int ypos[] ={1,0,1,2,3,0,1,2,2,3,3,2,2,3,2,2,3,3,3,3,3,2,3,3,2,4,5,5,
- 4,3,3,2,1,2,3,3,3,2,1,3,3,2,3,3,3,2,1,1,0,1,4,4,4,4,4,4,5,6,7,7,
- 7,6,6,6,7,7,7,6,6,6,6,7,7,7,6,7,7,6,6,7,7};
-
-int xpos[]={0,1,2,1,0,5,4,3,2,4,6,7,8,8,9,10,10,11,12,13,14,15,15,16,
- 16,16,15,14,15,17,18,19,20,20,20,21,22,23,24,23,25,26,27,26,28,
- 13,23,25,27,27,2,3,4,5,6,7,4,3,2,1,0,1,2,5,4,5,6,6,7,8,9,8,9,10,
- 11,11,12,13,14,14,15};
-
-static char *instructions[] =
-{
-" Knight's Tour is a board game for one player. It is played on",
-"an eight by eight board and is based on the allowable moves that a knight",
-"can make in the game of chess. For those who are unfamiliar with the",
-"game, a knight may move either on a row or a column but not diagonally.",
-"He may move one square in any direction and two squares in a perpendicular",
-"direction >or< two squares in any direction and one square in a",
-"perpendicular direction. He may not, of course, move off the board.",
-"",
-" At the beginning of a game you will be asked to either choose a",
-"starting square or allow the computer to select a random location.",
-"Squares are designated by a letter-number combination where the row is",
-"specified by a letter A-H and the numbers 1-8 define a column. Invalid",
-"entries are ignored and illegal moves produce a beep at the terminal.",
-"",
-" The objective is to visit every square on the board. When you claim",
-"a square a marker is placed on it to show where you've been. You may",
-"not revisit a square that you've landed on before.",
-"",
-" After each move the program checks to see if you have any legal",
-"moves left. If not, the game ends and your squares are counted. If",
-"you've made all the squares you win the game. Otherwise, you are told",
-"the number of squares you did make.",
-"END"
-};
-
-void init(void);
-int play(void);
-void drawboard(void);
-void dosquares(void);
-void getfirst(void);
-void getrc(void);
-void putstars(void);
-int evalmove(void);
-int chkmoves(void);
-int endgame(void);
-int chksqr(int, int);
-void instruct(void);
-void title(int, int);
-
-int
-main ()
-{
- init ();
- for (;;)
- if (!play ()) {
- endwin ();
- exit (0);
- }
-}
-
-void
-init ()
-{
-
- srand48 (getpid());
- initscr ();
- cbreak (); /* immediate char return */
- noecho (); /* no immediate echo */
- title (1,23);
- mvaddstr (23, 25, "Would you like instructions? ");
- refresh();
- if ((toupper(getch())) == 'Y')
- instruct();
- clear ();
-}
-
-int
-play ()
-{
- drawboard (); /* clear screen and drawboard */
- for (j = 0; j < 64; j++) board[j]=0;
- getfirst (); /* get the starting square */
- for (;;) {
- getrc();
- if (evalmove()) {
- putstars ();
- if (!chkmoves())
- return (endgame ());
- }
- else beep();
- }
-}
-
-void
-drawboard ()
-{
- erase ();
- dosquares ();
- refresh ();
- mvaddstr (0, 7, "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8");
- for (j = 0; j < 8; j++) mvaddch (2*j+2, 3, j + 'A');
- refresh ();
- mvaddstr (20, 5, "ROW:");
- mvaddstr (20, 27, "COLUMN:");
- mvaddstr (14, 49, "CURRENT ROW");
- mvaddstr (16, 49, "CURRENT COL");
- mvaddstr (22, 5, "A - H or Q to quit");
- mvaddstr (22, 27, "1 - 8 or ESC to cancel row");
- refresh ();
- title (1,40);
-}
-
-void
-dosquares ()
-{
- mvaddstr (1, 6, "-------------------------------");
- for (j = 1; j < 9; j++){
- mvaddstr (2*j, 5, "| | | | | | | | |");
- mvaddstr (2*j+1, 6, "-------------------------------");
- }
-}
-
-void
-getfirst () /* get first square */
-{
- mvaddstr (23, 25, "(S)elect or (R)andom "); refresh ();
- do {
- row = toupper(getch());
- } while ((row != 'S') && (row != 'R'));
- if (row == 'R') {
- rw = lrand48() % 8;
- col = lrand48() % 8;
- j = 8* rw + col;
- row = rw + 'A';
- column = col + '1';
- }
- else {
- mvaddstr (23, 25, "Enter starting row and column");
- refresh ();
- getrc(); /* get row and column */
- }
- putstars ();
- move (23, 0);
- clrtobot();
-}
-
-void
-getrc () /* get row and column */
-{
- noecho ();
- do {
- mvaddstr (20, 35, " ");
- refresh ();
- do {
- mvaddch (20, 11, ' ');
- move (20, 11);
- refresh ();
- row=toupper(getch());
- if (row == 'Q') {
- endwin ();
- exit (1);
- }
- } while ((row < 'A') || (row > 'H'));
- addch (row);
- move (20, 35);
- refresh ();
- do {
- column=getch();
- if (column == '\033') break;
- } while ((column < '1') || (column > '8'));
- if (column != '\033') addch (column);
- } while (column == '\033');
- refresh();
- rw = row - 'A';
- col= column - '1';
- j = 8 * rw + col;
-}
-
-void
-putstars () /* place the stars, update board & currents */
-{
- mvaddch (2*curow+2, 38, ' ');
- mvaddch (2*rw+2, 38, '<');
- mvaddch (18, curcol*4+7, ' ');
- mvaddch (18, col*4+7, '^');
- curow = rw;
- curcol= col;
- mvaddstr (2 * rw + 2, 4*col+6, "***");
- mvaddch (14, 61, row);
- mvaddch (16, 61, column);
- refresh ();
- board[j] = 1;
-}
-
-int
-evalmove() /* convert row and column to integers */
- /* and evaluate move */
-{
- rdif = rw - curow;
- cdif = col - curcol;
- rdif = abs(rw - curow);
- cdif = abs(col - curcol);
- refresh ();
- if ((rdif == 1) && (cdif == 2)) if (board [j] == 0) return (1);
- if ((rdif == 2) && (cdif == 1)) if (board [j] == 0) return (1);
- return (0);
-}
-
-int
-chkmoves () /* check to see if valid moves are available */
-{
- if (chksqr(2,1)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(2,-1)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(-2,1)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(-2,-1)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(1,2)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(1,-2)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(-1,2)) return (1);
- if (chksqr(-1,-2)) return (1);
- return (0);
-}
-
-int
-endgame () /* check for filled board or not */
-{
- rw = 0;
- for (j = 0; j < 64; j++) if (board[j] != 0) rw+=1;
- if (rw == 64) mvaddstr (20, 20, "Congratulations !! You got 'em all");
- else mvprintw (20, 20, "You have ended up with %2d squares",rw);
- mvaddstr (21, 25, "Play again ? (y/n) ");
- refresh ();
- if ((row=tolower(getch())) == 'y') return (1);
- else return (0);
-}
-
-#ifndef abs
-abs(num)
-int num;
-{
- if (num < 0) return (-num);
- else return (num);
-}
-#endif
-
-int
-chksqr (int n1, int n2)
-{
-int r1, c1;
-
- r1 = rw + n1;
- c1 = col + n2;
- if ((r1<0) || (r1>7)) return (0);
- if ((c1<0) || (c1>7)) return (0);
- if (board[r1*8+c1] == 0) return (1);
- else return (0);
-}
-
-void
-instruct()
-{
-int i;
-
- clear ();
- for (i=0;;i++) {
- if ((strcmp(instructions[i],"END"))) mvaddstr (i, 0, instructions[i]);
- else {
- mvaddstr (23, 25, "Ready to play ? (y/n) ");
- refresh();
- if (toupper(getch()) == 'Y') {
- clear ();
- return;
- } else {
- clear ();
- refresh ();
- endwin ();
- exit (0);
- }
- }
- }
-}
-
-void
-title (y,x)
-int y,x;
-{
-char c;
-
- j = 0;
- do {
- c = script[j];
- if (c == 0) break ;
- mvaddch (ypos[j]+y, xpos[j]+x, c);
- j++;
- } while (c != 0);
- refresh ();
-}
-
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ncurses.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ncurses.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 91512360a9da..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/ncurses.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1121 +0,0 @@
-/****************************************************************************
-
-NAME
- ncurses.c --- ncurses library exerciser
-
-SYNOPSIS
- ncurses
-
-DESCRIPTION
- An interactive test module for the ncurses library.
-
-AUTHOR
- This software is Copyright (C) 1993 by Eric S. Raymond, all rights reserved.
-It is issued with ncurses under the same terms and conditions as the ncurses
-library source.
-
-***************************************************************************/
-/*LINTLIBRARY */
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <ctype.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <unistd.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include <assert.h>
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-#define P(s) printw("%s\n", s)
-#ifndef CTRL
-#define CTRL(x) ((x) & 0x1f)
-#endif
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Character input test
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-static void getch_test(void)
-/* test the keypad feature */
-{
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-unsigned int c;
-int incount = 0, firsttime = 0;
-bool blocking = TRUE;
-
- refresh();
-
- (void) printw("Delay in 10ths of a second (<CR> for blocking input)? ");
- echo();
- getstr(buf);
- noecho();
-
- if (isdigit(buf[0]))
- {
- timeout(atoi(buf) * 100);
- blocking = FALSE;
- }
-
- c = '?';
- for (;;)
- {
- if (firsttime++)
- {
- printw("Key pressed: %04o ", c);
- if (c >= KEY_MIN)
- {
- (void) addstr(keyname(c));
- addch('\n');
- }
- else if (c > 0x80)
- {
- if (isprint(c & ~0x80))
- (void) printw("M-%c", c);
- else
- (void) printw("M-%s", unctrl(c));
- addstr(" (high-half character)\n");
- }
- else
- {
- if (isprint(c))
- (void) printw("%c (ASCII printable character)\n", c);
- else
- (void) printw("%s (ASCII control character)\n", unctrl(c));
- }
- }
- if (c == 'x' || c == 'q')
- break;
- if (c == '?')
- addstr("Type any key to see its keypad value, `q' to quit, `?' for help.\n");
-
- while ((c = getch()) == ERR)
- if (!blocking)
- (void) printw("%05d: input timed out\n", incount++);
- }
-
- timeout(-1);
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-static void attr_test(void)
-/* test text attributes */
-{
- refresh();
-
- mvaddstr(0, 20, "Character attribute test display");
-
- mvaddstr(2,8,"This is STANDOUT mode: ");
- attron(A_STANDOUT);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_STANDOUT);
-
- mvaddstr(4,8,"This is REVERSE mode: ");
- attron(A_REVERSE);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_REVERSE);
-
- mvaddstr(6,8,"This is BOLD mode: ");
- attron(A_BOLD);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_BOLD);
-
- mvaddstr(8,8,"This is UNDERLINE mode: ");
- attron(A_UNDERLINE);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_UNDERLINE);
-
- mvaddstr(10,8,"This is DIM mode: ");
- attron(A_DIM);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_DIM);
-
- mvaddstr(12,8,"This is BLINK mode: ");
- attron(A_BLINK);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_BLINK);
-
- mvaddstr(14,8,"This is BOLD UNDERLINE BLINK mode: ");
- attron(A_BOLD|A_BLINK|A_UNDERLINE);
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
- attroff(A_BOLD|A_BLINK|A_UNDERLINE);
-
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- mvaddstr(16,8,"This is NORMAL mode: ");
- addstr("abcde fghij klmno pqrst uvwxy x");
-
- refresh();
-
- move(LINES - 1, 0);
- addstr("Press any key to continue... ");
- (void) getch();
-
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Color support tests
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-static char *colors[] =
-{
- "black",
- "red",
- "green",
- "yellow",
- "blue",
- "magenta",
- "cyan",
- "white"
-};
-
-static void color_test(void)
-/* generate a color test pattern */
-{
- int i;
-
- refresh();
- (void) printw("There are %d color pairs\n", COLOR_PAIRS);
-
- (void) mvprintw(1, 0,
- "%dx%d matrix of foreground/background colors, bright *off*\n",
- COLORS, COLORS);
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- mvaddstr(2, (i+1) * 8, colors[i]);
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- mvaddstr(3 + i, 0, colors[i]);
- for (i = 1; i < COLOR_PAIRS; i++)
- {
- init_pair(i, i % COLORS, i / COLORS);
- attron(COLOR_PAIR(i));
- mvaddstr(3 + (i / COLORS), (i % COLORS + 1) * 8, "Hello");
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- }
-
- (void) mvprintw(COLORS + 4, 0,
- "%dx%d matrix of foreground/background colors, bright *on*\n",
- COLORS, COLORS);
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- mvaddstr(5 + COLORS, (i+1) * 8, colors[i]);
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- mvaddstr(6 + COLORS + i, 0, colors[i]);
- for (i = 1; i < COLOR_PAIRS; i++)
- {
- init_pair(i, i % COLORS, i / COLORS);
- attron(COLOR_PAIR(i) | A_BOLD);
- mvaddstr(6 + COLORS + (i / COLORS), (i % COLORS + 1) * 8, "Hello");
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- }
-
- move(LINES - 1, 0);
- addstr("Press any key to continue... ");
- (void) getch();
-
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-static void color_edit(void)
-/* display the color test pattern, without trying to edit colors */
-{
- int i, c, value = 0, current = 0, field = 0, usebase = 0;
-
- refresh();
-
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- init_pair(i, COLOR_WHITE, i);
-
- do {
- short red, green, blue;
-
- attron(A_BOLD);
- mvaddstr(0, 20, "Color RGB Value Editing");
- attroff(A_BOLD);
-
- for (i = 0; i < COLORS; i++)
- {
- mvprintw(2 + i, 0, "%c %-8s:",
- (i == current ? '>' : ' '),
- (i < sizeof(colors)/sizeof(colors[0]) ? colors[i] : ""));
- attrset(COLOR_PAIR(i));
- addstr(" ");
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
-
- /*
- * Note: this refresh should *not* be necessary! It works around
- * a bug in attribute handling that apparently causes the A_NORMAL
- * attribute sets to interfere with the actual emission of the
- * color setting somehow. This needs to be fixed.
- */
- refresh();
-
- color_content(i, &red, &green, &blue);
- addstr(" R = ");
- if (current == i && field == 0) attron(A_STANDOUT);
- printw("%04d", red);
- if (current == i && field == 0) attrset(A_NORMAL);
- addstr(", G = ");
- if (current == i && field == 1) attron(A_STANDOUT);
- printw("%04d", green);
- if (current == i && field == 1) attrset(A_NORMAL);
- addstr(", B = ");
- if (current == i && field == 2) attron(A_STANDOUT);
- printw("%04d", blue);
- if (current == i && field == 2) attrset(A_NORMAL);
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- addstr(")");
- }
-
- mvaddstr(COLORS + 3, 0,
- "Use up/down to select a color, left/right to change fields.");
- mvaddstr(COLORS + 4, 0,
- "Modify field by typing nnn=, nnn-, or nnn+. ? for help.");
-
- move(2 + current, 0);
-
- switch (c = getch())
- {
- case KEY_UP:
- current = (current == 0 ? (COLORS - 1) : current - 1);
- value = 0;
- break;
-
- case KEY_DOWN:
- current = (current == (COLORS - 1) ? 0 : current + 1);
- value = 0;
- break;
-
- case KEY_RIGHT:
- field = (field == 2 ? 0 : field + 1);
- value = 0;
- break;
-
- case KEY_LEFT:
- field = (field == 0 ? 2 : field - 1);
- value = 0;
- break;
-
- case '0': case '1': case '2': case '3': case '4':
- case '5': case '6': case '7': case '8': case '9':
- do {
- value = value * 10 + (c - '0');
- c = getch();
- } while
- (isdigit(c));
- if (c != '+' && c != '-' && c != '=')
- beep();
- else
- ungetch(c);
- break;
-
- case '+':
- usebase = 1;
- goto changeit;
-
- case '-':
- value = -value;
- usebase = 1;
- goto changeit;
-
- case '=':
- usebase = 0;
- changeit:
- color_content(current, &red, &green, &blue);
- if (field == 0)
- red = red * usebase + value;
- else if (field == 1)
- green = green * usebase + value;
- else if (field == 2)
- blue = blue * usebase + value;
- init_color(current, red, green, blue);
- break;
-
- case '?':
- erase();
- P(" RGB Value Editing Help");
- P("");
- P("You are in the RGB value editor. Use the arrow keys to select one of");
- P("the fields in one of the RGB triples of the current colors; the one");
- P("currently selected will be reverse-video highlighted.");
- P("");
- P("To change a field, enter the digits of the new value; they won't be");
- P("echoed. Finish by typing `='; the change will take effect instantly.");
- P("To increment or decrement a value, use the same procedure, but finish");
- P("with a `+' or `-'.");
- P("");
- P("To quit, do `x' or 'q'");
-
- move(LINES - 1, 0);
- addstr("Press any key to continue... ");
- (void) getch();
- erase();
- break;
-
- case 'x':
- case 'q':
- break;
-
- default:
- beep();
- break;
- }
- } while
- (c != 'x' && c != 'q');
-
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Soft-key label test
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-static void slk_test(void)
-/* exercise the soft keys */
-{
- int c, fmt = 1;
- char buf[9];
-
- c = CTRL('l');
- do {
- switch(c)
- {
- case CTRL('l'):
- erase();
- attron(A_BOLD);
- mvaddstr(0, 20, "Soft Key Exerciser");
- attroff(A_BOLD);
-
- move(2, 0);
- P("Available commands are:");
- P("");
- P("^L -- refresh screen");
- P("a -- activate or restore soft keys");
- P("d -- disable soft keys");
- P("c -- set centered format for labels");
- P("l -- set left-justified format for labels");
- P("r -- set right-justified format for labels");
- P("[12345678] -- set label; labels are numbered 1 through 8");
- P("e -- erase stdscr (should not erase labels)");
- P("s -- test scrolling of shortened screen");
- P("x, q -- return to main menu");
- P("");
- P("Note: if activating the soft keys causes your terminal to");
- P("scroll up one line, your terminal auto-scrolls when anything");
- P("is written to the last screen position. The ncurses code");
- P("does not yet handle this gracefully.");
- refresh();
- /* fall through */
-
- case 'a':
- slk_restore();
- break;
-
- case 'e':
- wclear(stdscr);
- break;
-
- case 's':
- move(20, 0);
- while ((c = getch()) != 'Q')
- addch(c);
- break;
-
- case 'd':
- slk_clear();
- break;
-
- case 'l':
- fmt = 0;
- break;
-
- case 'c':
- fmt = 1;
- break;
-
- case 'r':
- fmt = 2;
- break;
-
- case '1': case '2': case '3': case '4':
- case '5': case '6': case '7': case '8':
- (void) mvaddstr(20, 0, "Please enter the label value: ");
- wgetnstr(stdscr, buf, 8);
- slk_set((c - '0'), buf, fmt);
- slk_refresh();
- break;
-
- case 'x':
- case 'q':
- goto done;
-
- default:
- beep();
- }
- } while
- ((c = getch()) != EOF);
-
- done:
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Alternate character-set stuff
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-static void acs_display()
-/* display the ACS character set */
-{
- int i, j;
-
- erase();
- attron(A_BOLD);
- mvaddstr(0, 20, "Display of the ACS Character Set");
- attroff(A_BOLD);
- refresh();
-
-#define ACSY 2
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 0, 0, "ACS_ULCORNER: "); addch(ACS_ULCORNER);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 1, 0, "ACS_LLCORNER: "); addch(ACS_LLCORNER);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 2, 0, "ACS_URCORNER: "); addch(ACS_URCORNER);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 3, 0, "ACS_LRCORNER: "); addch(ACS_LRCORNER);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 4, 0, "ACS_RTEE: "); addch(ACS_RTEE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 5, 0, "ACS_LTEE: "); addch(ACS_LTEE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 6, 0, "ACS_BTEE: "); addch(ACS_BTEE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 7, 0, "ACS_TTEE: "); addch(ACS_TTEE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 8, 0, "ACS_HLINE: "); addch(ACS_HLINE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 9, 0, "ACS_VLINE: "); addch(ACS_VLINE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 10,0, "ACS_PLUS: "); addch(ACS_PLUS);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 11,0, "ACS_S1: "); addch(ACS_S1);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 12,0, "ACS_S9: "); addch(ACS_S9);
-
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 0, 40, "ACS_DIAMOND: "); addch(ACS_DIAMOND);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 1, 40, "ACS_CKBOARD: "); addch(ACS_CKBOARD);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 2, 40, "ACS_DEGREE: "); addch(ACS_DEGREE);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 3, 40, "ACS_PLMINUS: "); addch(ACS_PLMINUS);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 4, 40, "ACS_BULLET: "); addch(ACS_BULLET);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 5, 40, "ACS_LARROW: "); addch(ACS_LARROW);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 6, 40, "ACS_RARROW: "); addch(ACS_RARROW);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 7, 40, "ACS_DARROW: "); addch(ACS_DARROW);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 8, 40, "ACS_UARROW: "); addch(ACS_UARROW);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 9, 40, "ACS_BOARD: "); addch(ACS_BOARD);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 10,40, "ACS_LANTERN: "); addch(ACS_LANTERN);
- mvaddstr(ACSY + 11,40, "ACS_BLOCK: "); addch(ACS_BLOCK);
-
-#define HYBASE (ACSY + 13)
- mvprintw(HYBASE + 1, 0, "High-half characters via echochar:\n");
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++)
- {
- move(HYBASE + i + 3, 24);
- for (j = 0; j < 32; j++)
- echochar(128 + 32 * i + j);
- }
-
- move(LINES - 1, 0);
- addstr("Press any key to continue... ");
- (void) getch();
-
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Windows and scrolling tester.
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-typedef struct
-{
- int y, x;
-}
-pair;
-
-static void report(void)
-/* report on the cursor's current position, then restore it */
-{
- int y, x;
-
- getyx(stdscr, y, x);
- move(LINES - 1, COLS - 17);
- printw("Y = %2d X = %2d", y, x);
- move(y, x);
-}
-
-static pair *selectcell(uli, ulj, lri, lrj)
-/* arrows keys move cursor, return location at current on non-arrow key */
-int uli, ulj, lri, lrj; /* co-ordinates of corners */
-{
- static pair res; /* result cell */
- int si = lri - uli + 1; /* depth of the select area */
- int sj = lrj - ulj + 1; /* width of the select area */
- int i = 0, j = 0; /* offsets into the select area */
-
- for (;;)
- {
- move(LINES - 1, COLS - 17);
- printw("Y = %2d X = %2d", uli + i, ulj + j);
- move(uli + i, ulj + j);
-
- switch(getch())
- {
- case KEY_UP: i += si - 1; break;
- case KEY_DOWN: i++; break;
- case KEY_LEFT: j += sj - 1; break;
- case KEY_RIGHT: j++; break;
- case '\004': return((pair *)NULL);
- default: res.y = uli + i; res.x = ulj + j; return(&res);
- }
- i %= si;
- j %= sj;
- }
-}
-
-static WINDOW *getwindow(void)
-/* Ask user for a window definition */
-{
- WINDOW *rwindow, *bwindow;
- pair ul, lr, *tmp;
-
- move(0, 0); clrtoeol();
- addstr("Use arrows to move cursor, anything else to mark corner 1");
- refresh();
- if ((tmp = selectcell(1, 0, LINES-1, COLS-1)) == (pair *)NULL)
- return((WINDOW *)NULL);
- memcpy(&ul, tmp, sizeof(pair));
- addch(ACS_ULCORNER);
- move(0, 0); clrtoeol();
- addstr("Use arrows to move cursor, anything else to mark corner 2");
- refresh();
- if ((tmp = selectcell(ul.y, ul.x, LINES-1, COLS-1)) == (pair *)NULL)
- return((WINDOW *)NULL);
- memcpy(&lr, tmp, sizeof(pair));
-
- rwindow = newwin(lr.y - ul.y + 1, lr.x - ul.x + 1, ul.y, ul.x);
-
- bwindow = newwin(lr.y - ul.y + 3, lr.x - ul.x + 3, ul.y - 1, ul.x - 1);
- wborder(bwindow, ACS_VLINE, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE, ACS_HLINE,
- 0, 0, 0, 0);
- wrefresh(bwindow);
- delwin(bwindow);
-
- scrollok(rwindow, TRUE);
-/* immedok(rwindow); */
- wrefresh(rwindow);
-
- return(rwindow);
-}
-
-static void acs_and_scroll()
-/* Demonstrate windows */
-{
- int c;
- struct frame
- {
- struct frame *next, *last;
- WINDOW *wind;
- }
- *oldw = (struct frame *)NULL, *current = (struct frame *)NULL, *neww;
-
- refresh();
- mvaddstr(LINES - 2, 0,
- "F1 = make new window, F2 = next window, F3 = previous window, Ctrl-D = exit");
- mvaddstr(LINES - 1, 0,
- "All other characters are echoed, windows should scroll.");
-
- c = KEY_F(1);
- do {
- report();
- if (current)
- wrefresh(current->wind);
-
- switch(c)
- {
- case KEY_F(1):
- neww = (struct frame *) malloc(sizeof(struct frame));
- if ((neww->wind = getwindow()) == (WINDOW *)NULL)
- goto breakout;
- if (oldw == NULL) /* First element, */
- {
- neww->next = neww; /* so point it at itself */
- neww->last = neww;
- current = neww;
- }
- else
- {
- neww->last = oldw; oldw->next = neww;
- neww->next = current; current->last = neww;
- }
- oldw = neww;
- keypad(neww->wind, TRUE);
- break;
-
- case KEY_F(2):
- current = current->next;
- break;
-
- case KEY_F(3):
- current = current->last;
- break;
-
- case KEY_F(4): /* undocumented --- use this to test area clears */
- selectcell(0, 0, LINES - 1, COLS - 1);
- clrtobot();
- refresh();
- break;
-
- case '\r':
- c = '\n';
- /* FALLTHROUGH */
-
- default:
- waddch(current->wind, c);
- break;
- }
- report();
- wrefresh(current->wind);
- } while
- ((c = wgetch(current->wind)) != '\004');
-
- breakout:
- erase();
- endwin();
-}
-
-#define GRIDSIZE 5
-
-static void panner(WINDOW *pad, int iy, int ix, int (*pgetc)(void))
-{
- static int porty, portx, basex = 0, basey = 0;
- int pxmax, pymax, c;
- WINDOW *vscroll = (WINDOW *)NULL, *hscroll = (WINDOW *)NULL;
-
- porty = iy; portx = ix;
-
- getmaxyx(pad, pymax, pxmax);
-
- if (pymax > porty)
- vscroll = newwin(porty - (pxmax > ix), 1, 0, portx - (pymax > iy));
- if (pxmax > portx)
- hscroll = newwin(1, portx - (pymax > iy), porty - (pxmax > ix), 0);
-
- c = KEY_REFRESH;
- do {
- switch(c)
- {
- case KEY_REFRESH:
- /* do nothing */
- break;
-
- case KEY_IC:
- if (portx >= pxmax || portx >= ix)
- beep();
- else
- {
- mvwin(vscroll, 0, ++portx - 1);
- delwin(hscroll);
- hscroll = newwin(1, portx - (pymax > porty),
- porty - (pxmax > portx), 0);
- }
- break;
-
- case KEY_IL:
- if (porty >= pymax || porty >= iy)
- beep();
- else
- {
- mvwin(hscroll, ++porty - 1, 0);
- delwin(vscroll);
- vscroll = newwin(porty - (pxmax > portx), 1,
- 0, portx - (pymax > porty));
- }
- break;
-
- case KEY_DC:
- if (portx <= 0)
- beep();
- else
- {
- mvwin(vscroll, 0, --portx - 1);
- delwin(hscroll);
- hscroll = newwin(1, portx - (pymax > porty),
- porty - (pxmax > portx), 0);
- }
- break;
-
- case KEY_DL:
- if (porty <= 0)
- beep();
- else
- {
- mvwin(hscroll, --porty - 1, 0);
- delwin(vscroll);
- vscroll = newwin(porty - (pxmax > portx), 1,
- 0, portx - (pymax > porty));
- }
- break;
-
- case KEY_LEFT:
- if (basex > 0)
- basex--;
- else
- beep();
- break;
-
- case KEY_RIGHT:
- if (basex + portx < pxmax)
- basex++;
- else
- beep();
- break;
-
- case KEY_UP:
- if (basey > 0)
- basey--;
- else
- beep();
- break;
-
- case KEY_DOWN:
- if (basey + porty < pymax)
- basey++;
- else
- beep();
- break;
- }
-
- prefresh(pad,
- basey, basex,
- 0, 0,
- porty - (hscroll != (WINDOW *)NULL) - 1,
- portx - (vscroll != (WINDOW *)NULL) - 1);
- if (vscroll)
- {
- int lowend, i, highend;
-
- lowend = basey * ((float)porty / (float)pymax);
- highend = (basey + porty) * ((float)porty / (float)pymax);
-
- touchwin(vscroll);
- for (i = 0; i < lowend; i++)
- mvwaddch(vscroll, i, 0, ACS_VLINE);
- wattron(vscroll, A_REVERSE);
- for (i = lowend; i <= highend; i++)
- mvwaddch(vscroll, i, 0, ' ');
- wattroff(vscroll, A_REVERSE);
- for (i = highend + 1; i < porty; i++)
- mvwaddch(vscroll, i, 0, ACS_VLINE);
- wrefresh(vscroll);
- }
- if (hscroll)
- {
- int lowend, j, highend;
-
- lowend = basex * ((float)portx / (float)pxmax);
- highend = (basex + portx) * ((float)portx / (float)pxmax);
-
- touchwin(hscroll);
- for (j = 0; j < lowend; j++)
- mvwaddch(hscroll, 0, j, ACS_HLINE);
- wattron(hscroll, A_REVERSE);
- for (j = lowend; j <= highend; j++)
- mvwaddch(hscroll, 0, j, ' ');
- wattroff(hscroll, A_REVERSE);
- for (j = highend + 1; j < portx; j++)
- mvwaddch(hscroll, 0, j, ACS_HLINE);
- wrefresh(hscroll);
- }
- mvaddch(porty - 1, portx - 1, ACS_LRCORNER);
-
- } while
- ((c = pgetc()) != KEY_EXIT);
-}
-
-int padgetch(void)
-{
- int c;
-
- switch(c = getch())
- {
- case 'u': return(KEY_UP);
- case 'd': return(KEY_DOWN);
- case 'r': return(KEY_RIGHT);
- case 'l': return(KEY_LEFT);
- case '+': return(KEY_IL);
- case '-': return(KEY_DL);
- case '>': return(KEY_IC);
- case '<': return(KEY_DC);
- default: return(c);
- }
-}
-
-static void demo_pad(void)
-/* Demonstrate pads. */
-{
- int i, j, gridcount = 0;
- WINDOW *panpad = newpad(200, 200);
-
- for (i = 0; i < 200; i++)
- {
- for (j = 0; j < 200; j++)
- if (i % GRIDSIZE == 0 && j % GRIDSIZE == 0)
- {
- if (i == 0 || j == 0)
- waddch(panpad, '+');
- else
- waddch(panpad, 'A' + (gridcount++ % 26));
- }
- else if (i % GRIDSIZE == 0)
- waddch(panpad, '-');
- else if (j % GRIDSIZE == 0)
- waddch(panpad, '|');
- else
- waddch(panpad, ' ');
- }
- mvprintw(LINES - 3, 0, "Use arrow keys to pan over the test pattern");
- mvprintw(LINES - 2, 0, "Use +,- to grow/shrink the panner vertically.");
- mvprintw(LINES - 1, 0, "Use <,> to grow/shrink the panner horizontally.");
- panner(panpad, LINES - 4, COLS, padgetch);
-
- endwin();
- erase();
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Tests from John Burnell's PDCurses tester
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-static void Continue (WINDOW *win)
-{
- wmove(win, 10, 1);
- mvwaddstr(win, 10, 1, " Press any key to continue");
- wrefresh(win);
- wgetch(win);
-}
-
-static void input_test(WINDOW *win)
-/* Input test, adapted from John Burnell's PDCurses tester */
-{
- int w, h, bx, by, sw, sh, i;
- WINDOW *subWin;
- wclear (win);
-#ifdef FOO
- char buffer [80];
- int num;
-#endif /* FOO */
-
- w = win->_maxx;
- h = win->_maxy;
- bx = win->_begx;
- by = win->_begy;
- sw = w / 3;
- sh = h / 3;
- if((subWin = subwin(win, sh, sw, by + h - sh - 2, bx + w - sw - 2)) == NULL)
- return;
-
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- {
- init_pair(2,COLOR_CYAN,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(subWin, COLOR_PAIR(2) | A_BOLD);
- }
- else
- wattrset(subWin, A_BOLD);
-#else
- wattrset(subWin, A_BOLD);
-#endif
- box(subWin, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
-#ifdef FOO
- mvwaddstr(subWin, 2, 1, "This is a subwindow");
-#endif /* FOO */
- wrefresh(win);
-
- nocbreak();
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "Type random keys for 5 seconds.");
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1,
- "These should be discarded (not echoed) after the subwindow goes away.");
- wrefresh(win);
-
- for (i = 0; i < 5; i++)
- {
- mvwprintw (subWin, 1, 1, "Time = %d", i);
- wrefresh(subWin);
- sleep(1);
- flushinp();
- }
-
- delwin (subWin);
- werase(win);
- flash();
- wrefresh(win);
- sleep(1);
-
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1, "Press a key");
- wmove(win, 9, 10);
- wrefresh(win);
- echo();
- wgetch(win);
- flushinp();
- mvwaddstr(win, 12, 0,
- "If you see any key other than what you typed, flushinp() is broken.");
- Continue(win);
-
- wmove(win, 9, 10);
- wdelch(win);
- wrefresh(win);
- wmove(win, 12, 0);
- clrtoeol();
- waddstr(win,
- "What you typed should now have been deleted; if not, wdelch() failed.");
- Continue(win);
-
-#ifdef FOO
- /*
- * This test won't be portable until vsscanf() is
- */
- mvwaddstr(win, 6, 2, "Enter a number then a string separated by space");
- echo();
- mvwscanw(win, 7, 6, "%d %s", &num,buffer);
- mvwprintw(win, 8, 6, "String: %s Number: %d", buffer,num);
-#endif /* FOO */
-
- Continue(win);
-}
-
-/****************************************************************************
- *
- * Main sequence
- *
- ****************************************************************************/
-
-bool do_single_test(const char c)
-/* perform a single specified test */
-{
- switch (c)
- {
- case 'a':
- getch_test();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'b':
- attr_test();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'c':
- if (!has_colors())
- (void) printf("This %s terminal does not support color.\n",
- getenv("TERM"));
- else
- color_test();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'd':
- if (!has_colors())
- (void) printf("This %s terminal does not support color.\n",
- getenv("TERM"));
- else if (!can_change_color())
- (void) printf("This %s terminal has hardwired color values.\n",
- getenv("TERM"));
- else
- color_edit();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'e':
- slk_test();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'f':
- acs_display();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'g':
- acs_and_scroll();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'p':
- demo_pad();
- return(TRUE);
-
- case 'i':
- input_test(stdscr);
- return(TRUE);
-
- case '?':
- (void) puts("This is the ncurses capability tester.");
- (void) puts("You may select a test from the main menu by typing the");
- (void) puts("key letter of the choice (the letter to left of the =)");
- (void) puts("at the > prompt. The commands `x' or `q' will exit.");
- return(TRUE);
- }
-
- return(FALSE);
-}
-
-int main(const int argc, const char *argv[])
-{
- char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- /* enable debugging */
- trace(TRACE_ORDINARY);
-
- /* tell it we're going to play with soft keys */
- slk_init(1);
-
- /* we must initialize the curses data structure only once */
- initscr();
-
- /* tests, in general, will want these modes */
- start_color();
- cbreak();
- noecho();
- scrollok(stdscr, TRUE);
- keypad(stdscr, TRUE);
-
- /*
- * Return to terminal mode, so we're guaranteed of being able to
- * select terminal commands even if the capabilities are wrong.
- */
- endwin();
-
- (void) puts("Welcome to ncurses. Press ? for help.");
-
- do {
- (void) puts("This is the ncurses main menu");
- (void) puts("a = character input test");
- (void) puts("b = character attribute test");
- (void) puts("c = color test pattern");
- (void) puts("d = edit RGB color values");
- (void) puts("e = exercise soft keys");
- (void) puts("f = display ACS characters");
- (void) puts("g = display windows and scrolling");
- (void) puts("p = exercise pad features");
- (void) puts("i = subwindow input test");
- (void) puts("? = get help");
-
- (void) fputs("> ", stdout);
- (void) fflush(stdout); /* necessary under SVr4 curses */
- (void) fgets(buf, BUFSIZ, stdin);
-
- if (do_single_test(buf[0])) {
- clear();
- refresh();
- endwin();
- continue;
- }
- } while
- (buf[0] != 'q' && buf[0] != 'x');
-
- exit(0);
-}
-
-/* ncurses.c ends here */
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/newdemo.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/newdemo.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 6c98c762327a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/newdemo.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,350 +0,0 @@
-/* $FreeBSD$
- *
- * newdemo.c - A demo program using PDCurses. The program illustrate
- * the use of colours for text output.
- */
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-#include <time.h>
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-#define delay_output(x)
-
-/*
- * The Australian map
- */
-char *AusMap[16] =
-{
- " A A ",
- " N.T. AAAAA AAAA ",
- " AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA ",
- " AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Qld.",
- "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ",
- "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ",
- " AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ",
- " AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA N.S.W.",
- "W.A. AAAAAAAAA AAAAAA Vic.",
- " AAA S.A. AA",
- " A Tas.",
- ""
-};
-
-/*
- * Funny messages
- */
-#define NMESSAGES 6
-
-char *messages[] =
-{
- "Hello from the Land Down Under",
- "The Land of crocs. and a big Red Rock",
- "Where the sunflower runs along the highways",
- "the dusty red roads lead one to loneliness",
- "Blue sky in the morning and",
- "freezing nights and twinkling stars",
- ""
-};
-
-/*
- * Main driver
- */
-main()
-{
-WINDOW *win;
-int w, x, y, i, j, c, len;
-time_t t;
-char buffer[80], *message;
-int width, height;
-chtype save[80];
-void trap();
-
- initscr();
- start_color();
- cbreak();
- signal(SIGINT, trap);
- width = 48;
- height = 14; /* Create a drawing window */
- win = newwin(height, width, (LINES-height)/2, (COLS-width)/2);
- if(win == NULL)
- { endwin();
- return 1;
- }
-
- while(1)
- { init_pair(1,COLOR_WHITE,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(1));
- werase(win);
-
- init_pair(2,COLOR_RED,COLOR_RED);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(2));
- box(win, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
- wrefresh(win);
- /* Do ramdom output of a character */
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(1));
- c = 'a';
- for(i=0; i < 5000; ++i)
- { x = rand() % (width-2) + 1;
- y = rand() % (height-2) + 1;
- mvwaddch(win, y, x, c);
- wrefresh(win);
- nodelay(win,TRUE);
- if (wgetch(win) != ERR)
- break;
- if(i == 2000)
- { c = 'b';
- init_pair(3,COLOR_CYAN,COLOR_YELLOW);
- wattron(win, COLOR_PAIR(3));
- }
- }
-
- SubWinTest(win);
- /* Erase and draw green window */
- init_pair(4,COLOR_YELLOW,COLOR_GREEN);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(4) | A_BOLD);
- werase(win);
- wrefresh(win);
- /* Draw RED bounding box */
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(2));
- box(win, ' ', ' ');
- wrefresh(win);
- /* Display Australia map */
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(4) | A_BOLD);
- i = 0;
- while(*AusMap[i])
- { mvwaddstr(win, i+1, 8, AusMap[i]);
- wrefresh(win);
- delay_output(100);
- ++i;
- }
-
- init_pair(5,COLOR_BLUE,COLOR_WHITE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(5) | A_BLINK);
- mvwaddstr(win, height-2, 6, " PDCurses 2.1 for DOS, OS/2 and Unix");
- wrefresh(win);
-
- /* Draw running messages */
- init_pair(6,COLOR_YELLOW,COLOR_WHITE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(6));
- message = messages[0];
- len = strlen(message);
- j = 0;
- i = 2;
- w = width-2;
- while(j < NMESSAGES)
- { strncpy(buffer, message, w - i);
- buffer[w-i] = 0;
- mvwaddstr(win, height/2, i, buffer);
- if(w - i < len)
- { memset(buffer, ' ', i);
- strcpy(buffer, message + (w - i));
- buffer[strlen(buffer)] = ' ';
- buffer[i-2] = '\0';
- mvwaddstr(win, height/2, 2, buffer);
- }
- wrefresh(win);
- nodelay(win,TRUE);
- if (wgetch(win) != ERR)
- { flushinp();
- break;
- }
- mvwaddch(win, height/2, i, ' ');
- i = ++i % w;
- if(i < 2)
- { message = messages[++j%NMESSAGES];
- memset(buffer, ' ', w-2);
- buffer[w-2] = 0;
- mvwaddstr(win, height/2, 2, buffer);
- i = 2;
- }
- delay_output(300);
- }
-
- j = 0;
- /* Draw running As across in RED */
- init_pair(7,COLOR_RED,COLOR_GREEN);
- wattron(win, COLOR_PAIR(7));
- for(i=2; i < width - 4; ++i)
- { c = mvwinch(win, 4, i);
- save[j++] = c;
- c = c & 0x7f;
- mvwaddch(win, 4, i, c);
- }
- wrefresh(win);
-
- /* Put a message up wait for a key */
- i = height-2;
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(5));
- mvwaddstr(win, i, 5, " Type a key to continue or 'Q' to quit ");
- wrefresh(win);
-
- if(WaitForUser() == 1)
- break;
-
- j = 0; /* Restore the old line */
- for(i=2; i < width - 4; ++i)
- mvwaddch(win, 4, i, save[j++]);
- wrefresh(win);
-
- BouncingBalls(win);
- /* Put a message up wait for a key */
- i = height-2;
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(5));
- mvwaddstr(win, i, 5, " Type a key to continue or 'Q' to quit ");
- wrefresh(win);
- if(WaitForUser() == 1)
- break;
- }
-exit:
- endwin();
- return 0;
-}
-
-/*
- * Test sub windows
- */
-SubWinTest(WINDOW *win)
-{
-int w, h, sw, sh, bx, by;
-WINDOW *swin1, *swin2, *swin3;
-
- w = win->_maxx;
- h = win->_maxy;
- bx = win->_begx;
- by = win->_begy;
- sw = w / 3;
- sh = h / 3;
- if((swin1 = subwin(win, sh, sw, by+3, bx+5)) == NULL)
- return 1;
- if((swin2 = subwin(win, sh, sw, by+4, bx+8)) == NULL)
- return 1;
- if((swin3 = subwin(win, sh, sw, by+5, bx+11)) == NULL)
- return 1;
-
- init_pair(8,COLOR_RED,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(swin1, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- werase(swin1);
- mvwaddstr(swin1, 0, 3, "Sub-window 1");
- wrefresh(swin1);
-
- init_pair(8,COLOR_CYAN,COLOR_MAGENTA);
- wattrset(swin2, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- werase(swin2);
- mvwaddstr(swin2, 0, 3, "Sub-window 2");
- wrefresh(swin2);
-
- init_pair(8,COLOR_YELLOW,COLOR_GREEN);
- wattrset(swin3, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- werase(swin3);
- mvwaddstr(swin3, 0, 3, "Sub-window 3");
- wrefresh(swin3);
-
- delwin(swin1);
- delwin(swin2);
- delwin(swin3);
- WaitForUser();
- return 0;
-}
-
-/*
- * Bouncing balls
- */
-BouncingBalls(WINDOW *win)
-{
-chtype c1, c2, c3;
-int w, h;
-int x1, y1, xd1, yd1;
-int x2, y2, xd2, yd2;
-int x3, y3, xd3, yd3;
-
- w = win->_maxx;
- h = win->_maxy;
- x1 = 2 + rand() % (w - 4);
- y1 = 2 + rand() % (h - 4);
- x2 = 2 + rand() % (w - 4);
- y2 = 2 + rand() % (h - 4);
- x3 = 2 + rand() % (w - 4);
- y3 = 2 + rand() % (h - 4);
- xd1 = 1; yd1 = 1;
- xd2 = 1; yd2 = 0;
- xd3 = 0; yd3 = 1;
- nodelay(win,TRUE);
- while(wgetch(win) == ERR)
- { x1 = xd1 > 0 ? ++x1 : --x1;
- if(x1 <= 1 || x1 >= w - 2)
- xd1 = xd1 ? 0 : 1;
- y1 = yd1 > 0 ? ++y1 : --y1;
- if(y1 <= 1 || y1 >= h - 2)
- yd1 = yd1 ? 0 : 1;
-
- x2 = xd2 > 0 ? ++x2 : --x2;
- if(x2 <= 1 || x2 >= w - 2)
- xd2 = xd2 ? 0 : 1;
- y2 = yd2 > 0 ? ++y2 : --y2;
- if(y2 <= 1 || y2 >= h - 2)
- yd2 = yd2 ? 0 : 1;
-
- x3 = xd3 > 0 ? ++x3 : --x3;
- if(x3 <= 1 || x3 >= w - 2)
- xd3 = xd3 ? 0 : 1;
- y3 = yd3 > 0 ? ++y3 : --y3;
- if(y3 <= 1 || y3 >= h - 2)
- yd3 = yd3 ? 0 : 1;
-
- c1 = mvwinch(win, y1, x1);
- c2 = mvwinch(win, y2, x2);
- c3 = mvwinch(win, y3, x3);
-
- init_pair(8,COLOR_RED,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- mvwaddch(win, y1, x1, 'O');
- init_pair(8,COLOR_BLUE,COLOR_RED);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- mvwaddch(win, y2, x2, '*');
- init_pair(8,COLOR_YELLOW,COLOR_WHITE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(8));
- mvwaddch(win, y3, x3, '@');
- wmove(win, 0, 0);
- wrefresh(win);
- mvwaddch(win, y1, x1, c1);
- mvwaddch(win, y2, x2, c2);
- mvwaddch(win, y3, x3, c3);
- delay_output(150);
- }
- return 0;
-}
-
-/*
- * Wait for user
- */
-int WaitForUser()
-{
- time_t t;
- chtype key;
-
- nodelay(stdscr,TRUE);
- t = time((time_t *)0);
- while(1)
- {
- if ((key = getch()) != ERR)
- {
- if (key == 'q' || key == 'Q')
- return 1;
- else
- return 0;
- }
- if (time((time_t *)0) - t > 5)
- return 0;
- }
-}
-
-/*
- * Trap interrupt
- */
-void trap()
-{
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-/* End of DEMO.C */
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/over.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/over.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 5681916ee4d8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/over.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,120 +0,0 @@
-/*********************************************************************
- * [program] overwrite() - Play with overwrite() function to *
- * attempt pop-up windows. *
- * ----------------------------------------------------------------- *
- * [written] 1-Feb-1993 by Neal Ensor (ensor@cs.utk.edu) *
- * ----------------------------------------------------------------- *
- * [notes] Originally written on SVR4 UNIX, then recompiled on *
- * Linux (Slackware 1.1.1, ncurses 1.8.1) *
- * ----------------------------------------------------------------- *
- * [problem] On ncurses, the overwrite() function doesn't seem to *
- * overwrite. Maybe I'm missing something, but this *
- * program in SVR4 displays three windows, waits for a *
- * keypress, then removes the top window. With ncurses, *
- * nothing changes on the display. *
- *********************************************************************/
-
-# include <ncurses.h> /* ncurses include lives here */
-
-main()
-{
- /****************************************************************
- * Declare three little window pointers... *
- ****************************************************************/
- WINDOW *win, *win1, *win2;
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Set up the screen... *
- ****************************************************************/
- initscr();
- /* traceon(); */
- noecho();
- nonl();
- cbreak();
- refresh();
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Draw three overlapping windows. *
- ****************************************************************/
- win=newwin(6,45, 6,6);
- win1=newwin(10,20,5,5);
- win2=newwin(10,30,7,7);
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Box them, and print a hidden message... *
- ****************************************************************/
- box(win, 0, 0);
- box(win1, 0, 0);
- box(win2, 0, 0);
- mvwprintw(win1, 6,6, "Hey!");
- mvwaddch(win, 1, 1, '0');
- mvwaddch(win1, 1, 1, '1');
- mvwaddch(win2, 1, 1, '2');
- wnoutrefresh(win);
- wnoutrefresh(win1);
- wnoutrefresh(win2);
- doupdate();
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Await a keypress to show what we've done so far. *
- ****************************************************************/
- getch();
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Now, overwrite win2 with contents of all lower windows IN *
- * ORDER from the stdscr up... *
- ****************************************************************/
- if (overwrite(stdscr, win2) == ERR)
- fprintf(stderr, "overwrite(stdscr, win2) failed!\n");
-
- touchwin(stdscr); wnoutrefresh(stdscr);
- touchwin(win); wnoutrefresh(win);
- touchwin(win1); wnoutrefresh(win1);
- touchwin(win2); wnoutrefresh(win2);
- doupdate();
-
- getch();
- if (overwrite(win, win2) == ERR)
- fprintf(stderr, "overwrite(win, win2) failed!\n");
-
- touchwin(stdscr); wnoutrefresh(stdscr);
- touchwin(win); wnoutrefresh(win);
- touchwin(win1); wnoutrefresh(win1);
- touchwin(win2); wnoutrefresh(win2);
- doupdate();
-
- getch();
- if (overwrite(win1, win2) == ERR)
- fprintf(stderr, "overwrite(win1, win2) failed!\n");
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Perform touches, and hidden refreshes on each window. *
- * ------------------------------------------------------------ *
- * NOTE: If you replace the wnoutrefresh() call with wrefresh()*
- * you can see all windows being redrawn untouched. *
- ****************************************************************/
- touchwin(stdscr); wnoutrefresh(stdscr);
- touchwin(win); wnoutrefresh(win);
- touchwin(win1); wnoutrefresh(win1);
- touchwin(win2); wnoutrefresh(win2);
- doupdate();
-
- /****************************************************************
- * At this point, win2 should be "destroyed"; having all other *
- * window contents overwritten onto it. The doupdate() should *
- * effectively remove it from the screen, leaving the others *
- * untouched. On SVR4, this happens, but not with ncurses. *
- * I'd suspect something in overwrite() causes this, as nothing *
- * appears to be overwritten after the calls, with no errors *
- * being reported. This was compiled on my Linux from Slackware*
- * 1.1.1, with ncurses1.8.1 recompiled on it, using the console *
- * entry from the "new" terminfo from ncurses1.8.1. *
- ****************************************************************/
- getch();
-
- /****************************************************************
- * Clean up our act and exit. *
- ****************************************************************/
- endwin();
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/rain.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/rain.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 9779d0219998..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/rain.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,96 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-/* rain 11/3/1980 EPS/CITHEP */
-
-#define cursor(col,row) move(row,col)
-
-float ranf();
-void onsig();
-
-main(argc,argv)
-int argc;
-char *argv[];
-{
-int x, y, j;
-static int xpos[5], ypos[5];
-float r;
-float c;
-
- for (j=SIGHUP;j<=SIGTERM;j++)
- if (signal(j,SIG_IGN)!=SIG_IGN) signal(j,onsig);
-
- initscr();
- nl();
- noecho();
- r = (float)(LINES - 4);
- c = (float)(COLS - 4);
- for (j=5;--j>=0;) {
- xpos[j]=(int)(c* ranf())+2;
- ypos[j]=(int)(r* ranf())+2;
- }
- for (j=0;;) {
- x=(int)(c*ranf())+2;
- y=(int)(r*ranf())+2;
-
- cursor(x,y); addch('.');
-
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]); addch('o');
-
- if (j==0) j=4; else --j;
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]); addch('O');
-
- if (j==0) j=4; else --j;
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]-1);
- addch('-');
- cursor(xpos[j]-1,ypos[j]);
- addstr("|.|");
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]+1);
- addch('-');
-
- if (j==0) j=4; else --j;
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]-2);
- addch('-');
- cursor(xpos[j]-1,ypos[j]-1);
- addstr("/ \\");
- cursor(xpos[j]-2,ypos[j]);
- addstr("| O |");
- cursor(xpos[j]-1,ypos[j]+1);
- addstr("\\ /");
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]+2);
- addch('-');
-
- if (j==0) j=4; else --j;
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]-2);
- addch(' ');
- cursor(xpos[j]-1,ypos[j]-1);
- addstr(" ");
- cursor(xpos[j]-2,ypos[j]);
- addstr(" ");
- cursor(xpos[j]-1,ypos[j]+1);
- addstr(" ");
- cursor(xpos[j],ypos[j]+2);
- addch(' ');
- xpos[j]=x; ypos[j]=y;
- refresh();
- }
-}
-
-void
-onsig(n)
-int n;
-{
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-float
-ranf()
-{
- float rv;
- long r = rand();
-
- r &= 077777;
- rv =((float)r/32767.);
- return rv;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 428a064b43b8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main()
-{
-int i;
-
- initscr();
- noecho();
- scrollok(stdscr, TRUE);
- setscrreg(0, 9);
- mvaddstr(0,0,"aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa");
- mvaddstr(1,0,"bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb");
- mvaddstr(2,0,"ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc");
- mvaddstr(3,0,"ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd");
- mvaddstr(4,0,"eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee");
- mvaddstr(5,0,"fffffffffffffffffffffffffffff");
- mvaddstr(6,0,"ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg");
- mvaddstr(7,0,"hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh");
- mvaddstr(8,0,"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii");
- mvaddstr(9,0,"jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj");
- refresh();
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scrl(-1);
- refresh();
- }
- getch();
- endwin();
-
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll2.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll2.c
deleted file mode 100644
index e7b2e3093993..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll2.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,91 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#define ROWS 20
-#define scroll_window wscrl
-
-main()
-{
- int i;
- WINDOW * w;
-
-
- initscr();
- cbreak();
- noecho();
- w = newwin (ROWS, 35, 2, 25);
- scrollok(w, TRUE);
- wsetscrreg(w, 0, ROWS-1);
-
-#ifdef LELE
- mvaddstr (0, 0, "With my function");
-#else
- mvaddstr (0, 0, "With the original wscrl");
-#endif
- refresh();
-
-
- for (i=0; i<ROWS-1; i++)
- {
- mvwprintw (w, i, 0, "Line number %d", i);
- }
- mvwaddstr (w, ROWS-1, 0, "Moving one line at a time");
- wrefresh(w);
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, 1);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, -1);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- getch();
- wclear (w);
-
-
- for (i=0; i<ROWS-1; i++)
- {
- mvwprintw (w, i, 0, "Line number %d", i);
- }
- mvwaddstr (w, ROWS-1, 0, "Moving two line at a time");
-#ifndef LELE
- mvaddstr (0, 30, "** THIS FAILS ON MY MACHINE WITH A BUS ERROR
-**");
-#endif
-
-
- wrefresh(w);
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, 2);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, -2);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- getch();
- wclear (w);
- for (i=0; i<ROWS-1; i++)
- {
- mvwprintw (w, i, 0, "Line number %d", i);
- }
- mvwaddstr (w, ROWS-1, 0, "Moving three line at a time");
- wrefresh(w);
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, 3);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- getch();
- scroll_window (w, -3);
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- getch();
-
-
- endwin();
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll3.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll3.c
deleted file mode 100644
index b2a10c3e213a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/scroll3.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main(int argc, char **argv)
-{
- WINDOW *w, *x;
-
- initscr();
- w = newwin(0, 0, 0, 0);
- if (argc > 2)
- x = newwin(0, 0, 0, 0);
- scrollok(w, TRUE);
- if (argc > 2)
- scrollok(x, TRUE);
- idlok(w, TRUE);
- if (argc > 2)
- idlok(x, TRUE);
- wmove(w, LINES - 1, 0);
- waddstr(w, "test 1 in w");
- wrefresh(w);
- sleep(1);
- if (argc == 2 || argc == 4)
- {
- waddch(w, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- waddch(w, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- waddch(w, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- beep();
- wrefresh(w);
- }
- sleep(1);
- if (argc > 2)
- {
- wmove(x, LINES - 1, 0);
- waddstr(x, "test 2 in x");
- sleep(1);
- waddch(x, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- waddch(x, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- waddch(x, '\n');
- sleep(1);
- beep();
- wrefresh(w);
- sleep(1);
- }
- endwin();
- return 0;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/test.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/test.c
deleted file mode 100644
index f77f3a1e751e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/test.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,27 +0,0 @@
-
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-main()
-{
-int x, y;
-
- initscr();
- cbreak();
- nodelay(stdscr, TRUE);
-
- for (y = 0; y < 43; y++)
- for (x =0; x < 132; x++) {
- move(y,x);
- printw("X");
- refresh();
- if (!getch()) {
- beep();
- sleep(1);
- }
- }
-
- nocbreak();
- endwin();
-}
-
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/testcurs.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/testcurs.c
deleted file mode 100644
index df2468a87e34..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/testcurs.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,532 +0,0 @@
-/*
- *
- * This is a test program for the PDCurses screen package for IBM PC type
- * machines.
- * This program was written by John Burnell (johnb@kea.am.dsir.govt.nz)
- *
- */
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <ncurses.h>
-
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void inputTest (WINDOW *);
-void scrollTest (WINDOW *);
-void introTest (WINDOW *);
-int initTest (WINDOW **);
-void outputTest (WINDOW *);
-void padTest (WINDOW *);
-void resizeTest (WINDOW *);
-void display_menu(int,int);
-#else
-void inputTest ();
-void scrollTest ();
-void introTest ();
-int initTest ();
-void outputTest ();
-void padTest ();
-void resizeTest ();
-void display_menu();
-#endif
-
-struct commands
-{
- char *text;
-#ifdef __STDC__
- void (*function)(WINDOW *);
-#else
- void (*function)();
-#endif
-};
-typedef struct commands COMMAND;
-#define MAX_OPTIONS 6
-COMMAND command[MAX_OPTIONS] =
-{
- {"Intro Test",introTest},
- {"Pad Test",padTest},
- {"Resize Test",resizeTest},
- {"Scroll Test",scrollTest},
- {"Input Test",inputTest},
- {"Output Test",outputTest}
-};
-
-int width, height;
-
-main()
-{
-WINDOW *win;
-int key,old_option=(-1),new_option=0;
-bool quit=FALSE;
-
-#ifdef PDCDEBUG
- PDC_debug("testcurs started\n");
-#endif
- if (!initTest (&win)) {return 1;}
-
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- {
- init_pair(1,COLOR_WHITE,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(win, COLOR_PAIR(1));
- }
- else
- wattrset(win, A_REVERSE);
-#else
- wattrset(win, A_REVERSE);
-#endif
-
- erase();
- display_menu(old_option,new_option);
- while(1)
- {
- noecho();
- keypad(stdscr,TRUE);
- raw();
- key = getch();
- switch(key)
- {
- case 10:
- case 13:
- case KEY_ENTER:
- erase();
- refresh();
- (*command[new_option].function)(win);
- erase();
- display_menu(old_option,new_option);
- break;
- case KEY_UP:
- new_option = (new_option == 0) ? new_option : new_option-1;
- display_menu(old_option,new_option);
- break;
- case KEY_DOWN:
- new_option = (new_option == MAX_OPTIONS-1) ? new_option : new_option+1;
- display_menu(old_option,new_option);
- break;
- case 'Q':
- case 'q':
- quit = TRUE;
- break;
- default: break;
- }
- if (quit == TRUE)
- break;
- }
-
- delwin (win);
-
- endwin();
- return 0;
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void Continue (WINDOW *win)
-#else
-void Continue (win)
-WINDOW *win;
-#endif
-{
- wmove(win, 10, 1);
-/* wclrtoeol(win);
-*/ mvwaddstr(win, 10, 1, " Press any key to continue");
- wrefresh(win);
- raw();
- wgetch(win);
-}
-#ifdef __STDC_
-int initTest (WINDOW **win)
-#else
-int initTest (win)
-WINDOW **win;
-#endif
-{
-#ifdef PDCDEBUG
- PDC_debug("initTest called\n");
-#endif
- initscr();
-#ifdef PDCDEBUG
- PDC_debug("after initscr()\n");
-#endif
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- start_color();
-#endif
- width = 60;
- height = 13; /* Create a drawing window */
- *win = newwin(height, width, (LINES-height)/2, (COLS-width)/2);
- if(*win == NULL)
- { endwin();
- return 1;
- }
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void introTest (WINDOW *win)
-#else
-void introTest (win)
-WINDOW *win;
-#endif
-{
- beep ();
- werase(win);
-
- box(win, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
- wrefresh(win);
- cbreak ();
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "You should have rectangle in the middle of the screen");
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1, "You should have heard a beep");
- Continue(win);
- return;
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void scrollTest (WINDOW *win)
-#else
-void scrollTest (win)
-WINDOW *win;
-#endif
-{
- int i;
- int OldX, OldY;
- char *Message = "The window will now scroll slowly";
-
- mvwprintw (win, height - 2, 1, Message);
- wrefresh (win);
- scrollok(win, TRUE);
- for (i = 1; i <= height; i++) {
- usleep (250);
- scroll(win);
- wrefresh (win);
- };
-
- getmaxyx (win, OldY, OldX);
- mvwprintw (win, 6, 1, "The top of the window will scroll");
- wmove (win, 1, 1);
- wsetscrreg (win, 0, 4);
- box(win, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
- wrefresh (win);
- for (i = 1; i <= 5; i++) {
- usleep (500);
- scroll(win);
- wrefresh (win);
- };
- wsetscrreg (win, 0, --OldY);
-
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void inputTest (WINDOW *win)
-#else
-void inputTest (win)
-WINDOW *win;
-#endif
-{
- int w, h, bx, by, sw, sh, i, c,num;
- char buffer [80];
- WINDOW *subWin;
- wclear (win);
-
- w = win->_maxx;
- h = win->_maxy;
- bx = win->_begx;
- by = win->_begy;
- sw = w / 3;
- sh = h / 3;
- if((subWin = subwin(win, sh, sw, by + h - sh - 2, bx + w - sw - 2)) == NULL)
- return;
-
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- {
- init_pair(2,COLOR_CYAN,COLOR_BLUE);
- wattrset(subWin, COLOR_PAIR(2) | A_BOLD);
- }
- else
- wattrset(subWin, A_BOLD);
-#else
- wattrset(subWin, A_BOLD);
-#endif
- box(subWin, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
- wrefresh(win);
-
- nocbreak();
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1, "Press some keys for 5 seconds");
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "Pressing ^C should do nothing");
- wrefresh(win);
-
- for (i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
- werase (subWin);
- box(subWin, ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE);
- mvwprintw (subWin, 1, 1, "Time = %d", i);
- wrefresh(subWin);
- usleep(1000);
- flushinp();
- }
-
- delwin (subWin);
- werase(win);
- flash();
- wrefresh(win);
- usleep(500);
-
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1, "Press a key, followed by ENTER");
- wmove(win, 9, 10);
- wrefresh(win);
- echo();
- noraw();
- wgetch(win);
- flushinp();
-
- wmove(win, 9, 10);
- wdelch(win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 4, 1, "The character should now have been deleted");
- Continue(win);
-
- wclear (win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 2, 1, "Press a function key or an arrow key");
- wrefresh(win);
- keypad(win, TRUE);
- raw();
- c = wgetch(win);
-
- nodelay(win, TRUE);
- wgetch(win);
- nodelay(win, FALSE);
-
- refresh();
- wclear (win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 3, 2, "The window should have moved");
- mvwaddstr(win, 4, 2, "This text should have appeared without you pressing a key");
- mvwprintw(win, 2, 2, "Keycode = %d", c);
- mvwaddstr(win, 6, 2, "Enter a number then a string seperated by space");
- echo();
- noraw();
- mvwscanw(win, 7, 6, "%d %s", &num,buffer);
- mvwprintw(win, 8, 6, "String: %s Number: %d", buffer,num);
- Continue(win);
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void outputTest (WINDOW *win)
-#else
-void outputTest (win)
-WINDOW *win;
-#endif
-{
- WINDOW *win1;
- char Buffer [80];
- chtype ch;
-
- /* traceon(); */
- nl ();
- wclear (win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "You should now have a screen in the upper left corner, and this text should have wrapped");
- mvwin(win, 2, 1);
- Continue(win);
-
- wclear(win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "A new window will appear with this text in it");
- mvwaddstr(win, 8, 1, "Press any key to continue");
- wrefresh(win);
- wgetch(win);
-
- win1 = newwin(10, 50, 15, 25);
- if(win1 == NULL)
- { endwin();
- return;
- }
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- {
- init_pair(3,COLOR_BLUE,COLOR_WHITE);
- wattrset(win1, COLOR_PAIR(3));
- }
- else
- wattrset(win1, A_NORMAL);
-#else
- wattrset(win1, A_NORMAL);
-#endif
- wclear (win1);
- mvwaddstr(win1, 5, 1, "This text should appear; using overlay option");
- copywin(win, win1,0,0,0,0,10,50,TRUE);
-
-#ifdef UNIX
- box(win1,ACS_VLINE,ACS_HLINE);
-#else
- box(win1,0xb3,0xc4);
-#endif
- wmove(win1, 8, 26);
- wrefresh(win1);
- wgetch(win1);
-
- wclear(win1);
- wattron(win1, A_BLINK);
- mvwaddstr(win1, 4, 1, "This blinking text should appear in only the second window");
- wattroff(win1, A_BLINK);
- wrefresh(win1);
- wgetch(win1);
- delwin(win1);
-
- wclear(win);
- wrefresh(win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 6, 2, "This line shouldn't appear");
- mvwaddstr(win, 4, 2, "Only half of the next line is visible");
- mvwaddstr(win, 5, 2, "Only half of the next line is visible");
- wmove(win, 6, 1);
- wclrtobot (win);
- wmove(win, 5, 20);
- wclrtoeol (win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 8, 2, "This line also shouldn't appear");
- wmove(win, 8, 1);
- wdeleteln(win);
- Continue(win);
- /* traceoff(); */
-
- wmove (win, 5, 9);
- ch = winch (win);
-
- wclear(win);
- wmove (win, 6, 2);
- waddstr (win, "The next char should be l: ");
- winsch (win, ch);
- Continue(win);
-
- wmove(win, 5, 1);
- winsertln (win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 5, 2, "The lines below should have moved down");
- Continue(win);
-
- wclear(win);
- wmove(win, 2, 2);
- wprintw(win, "This is a formatted string in a window: %d %s\n", 42, "is it");
- mvwaddstr(win, 10, 1, "Enter a string: ");
- wrefresh(win);
- noraw();
- echo();
- wscanw (win, "%s", Buffer);
-
- wclear(win);
- mvwaddstr(win, 10, 1, "Enter a string");
- wrefresh(win);
- clear();
- move(0,0);
- printw("This is a formatted string in stdscr: %d %s\n", 42, "is it");
- mvaddstr(10, 1, "Enter a string: ");
- refresh();
- noraw();
- echo();
- scanw ("%s", Buffer);
-
- wclear(win);
- curs_set(2);
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "The cursor should appear as a block");
- Continue(win);
-
- wclear(win);
- curs_set(0);
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "The cursor should have disappeared");
- Continue(win);
-
- wclear(win);
- curs_set(1);
- mvwaddstr(win, 1, 1, "The cursor should be an underline");
- Continue(win);
-}
-
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void resizeTest(WINDOW *dummy)
-#else
-void resizeTest(dummy)
-WINDOW *dummy;
-#endif
-{
- WINDOW *win1;
- char Buffer [80];
- chtype ch;
-
- savetty ();
-
- clear();
- refresh();
-#ifdef __PDCURSES__
- resize(50);
-#endif
-
-
- win1 = newwin(11, 50, 14, 25);
- if(win1 == NULL)
- { endwin();
- return;
- }
-#ifdef A_COLOR
- if (has_colors())
- {
- init_pair(3,COLOR_BLUE,COLOR_WHITE);
- wattrset(win1, COLOR_PAIR(3));
- }
-#endif
- wclear (win1);
-
- mvwaddstr(win1, 1, 1, "The screen may now have 50 lines");
- Continue(win1);
-
- resetty ();
-
- wclear (win1);
- mvwaddstr(win1, 1, 1, "The screen should now be reset");
- Continue(win1);
-
- delwin(win1);
-
- clear();
- refresh();
-
-}
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void padTest(WINDOW *dummy)
-#else
-void padTest(dummy)
-WINDOW *dummy;
-#endif
-{
-WINDOW *pad;
-
- pad = newpad(50,100);
- mvwaddstr(pad, 5, 2, "This is a new pad");
- mvwaddstr(pad, 8, 0, "The end of this line should be truncated here:abcd");
- mvwaddstr(pad,11, 1, "This line should not appear.");
- wmove(pad, 10, 1);
- wclrtoeol(pad);
- mvwaddstr(pad, 10, 1, " Press any key to continue");
- prefresh(pad,0,0,0,0,10,45);
- keypad(pad, TRUE);
- raw();
- wgetch(pad);
-
- mvwaddstr(pad, 35, 2, "This is displayed at line 35 in the pad");
- mvwaddstr(pad, 40, 1, " Press any key to continue");
- prefresh(pad,30,0,0,0,10,45);
- keypad(pad, TRUE);
- raw();
- wgetch(pad);
-
- delwin(pad);
-}
-
-#ifdef __STDC__
-void display_menu(int old_option,int new_option)
-#else
-void display_menu(old_option,new_option)
-int old_option,new_option;
-#endif
-{
- register int i;
-
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- mvaddstr(3,20,"PDCurses Test Program");
-
- for (i=0;i<MAX_OPTIONS;i++)
- mvaddstr(5+i,25,command[i].text);
- if (old_option != (-1))
- mvaddstr(5+old_option,25,command[old_option].text);
- attrset(A_REVERSE);
- mvaddstr(5+new_option,25,command[new_option].text);
- attrset(A_NORMAL);
- mvaddstr(13,3,"Use Up and Down Arrows to select - Enter to run - Q to quit");
- refresh();
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/worm.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/worm.c
deleted file mode 100644
index abbe2413487e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/worm.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,268 +0,0 @@
-/*
-
- @@@ @@@ @@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@
- @@@ @@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@@
- @@@ @@@ @@@@ @@@@ @@@@ @@@@ @@@ @@@@
- @@@ @@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
- @@@ @@@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
- @@@@ @@@@ @@@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
- @@@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@ @@@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
- @@@@ @@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
- @@ @@ @@@@@@@@@@ @@@ @@@ @@@ @@@
-
- Eric P. Scott
- Caltech High Energy Physics
- October, 1980
-
-*/
-
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-
-#define cursor(col,row) move(row,col)
-
-int Wrap;
-short *ref[128];
-static char flavor[]={
- 'O', '*', '#', '$', '%', '0'
-};
-static short xinc[]={
- 1, 1, 1, 0, -1, -1, -1, 0
-}, yinc[]={
- -1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, -1, -1
-};
-static struct worm {
- int orientation, head;
- short *xpos, *ypos;
-} worm[40];
-static char *field;
-static int length=16, number=3, trail=' ';
-static struct options {
- int nopts;
- int opts[3];
-} normal[8]={
- { 3, { 7, 0, 1 } },
- { 3, { 0, 1, 2 } },
- { 3, { 1, 2, 3 } },
- { 3, { 2, 3, 4 } },
- { 3, { 3, 4, 5 } },
- { 3, { 4, 5, 6 } },
- { 3, { 5, 6, 7 } },
- { 3, { 6, 7, 0 } }
-}, upper[8]={
- { 1, { 1, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 1, 2, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 4, 5, 0 } },
- { 1, { 5, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 1, 5, 0 } }
-}, left[8]={
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 2, 3, 0 } },
- { 1, { 3, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 3, 7, 0 } },
- { 1, { 7, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 7, 0, 0 } }
-}, right[8]={
- { 1, { 7, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 3, 7, 0 } },
- { 1, { 3, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 3, 4, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 6, 7, 0 } }
-}, lower[8]={
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 0, 1, 0 } },
- { 1, { 1, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 1, 5, 0 } },
- { 1, { 5, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 5, 6, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } }
-}, upleft[8]={
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 1, { 3, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 1, 3, 0 } },
- { 1, { 1, 0, 0 } }
-}, upright[8]={
- { 2, { 3, 5, 0 } },
- { 1, { 3, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 1, { 5, 0, 0 } }
-}, lowleft[8]={
- { 3, { 7, 0, 1 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 1, { 1, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 1, 7, 0 } },
- { 1, { 7, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } }
-}, lowright[8]={
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 1, { 7, 0, 0 } },
- { 2, { 5, 7, 0 } },
- { 1, { 5, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } },
- { 0, { 0, 0, 0 } }
-};
-
-void onsig();
-float ranf();
-
-main(argc,argv)
-int argc;
-char *argv[];
-{
-int x, y;
-int n;
-struct worm *w;
-struct options *op;
-int h;
-short *ip;
-int last, bottom;
-
- for (x=1;x<argc;x++) {
- register char *p;
- p=argv[x];
- if (*p=='-') p++;
- switch (*p) {
- case 'f':
- field="WORM";
- break;
- case 'l':
- if (++x==argc) goto usage;
- if ((length=atoi(argv[x]))<2||length>1024) {
- fprintf(stderr,"%s: Invalid length\n",*argv);
- exit(1);
- }
- break;
- case 'n':
- if (++x==argc) goto usage;
- if ((number=atoi(argv[x]))<1||number>40) {
- fprintf(stderr,"%s: Invalid number of worms\n",*argv);
- exit(1);
- }
- break;
- case 't':
- trail='.';
- break;
- default:
- usage:
- fprintf(stderr, "usage: %s [-field] [-length #] [-number #] [-trail]\n",*argv);
- exit(1);
- break;
- }
- }
-
- signal(SIGINT, onsig);
- initscr();
- bottom = LINES-1;
- last = COLS-1;
-
- ip=(short *)malloc(LINES*COLS*sizeof (short));
-
- for (n=0;n<LINES;) {
- ref[n++]=ip; ip+=COLS;
- }
- for (ip=ref[0],n=LINES*COLS;--n>=0;) *ip++=0;
- ref[bottom][last]=1;
- for (n=number, w= &worm[0];--n>=0;w++) {
- w->orientation=w->head=0;
- if (!(ip=(short *)malloc(length*sizeof (short)))) {
- fprintf(stderr,"%s: out of memory\n",*argv);
- exit(1);
- }
- w->xpos=ip;
- for (x=length;--x>=0;) *ip++ = -1;
- if (!(ip=(short *)malloc(length*sizeof (short)))) {
- fprintf(stderr,"%s: out of memory\n",*argv);
- exit(1);
- }
- w->ypos=ip;
- for (y=length;--y>=0;) *ip++ = -1;
- }
- if (field) {
- register char *p;
- p=field;
- for (y=bottom;--y>=0;) {
- for (x=COLS;--x>=0;) {
- addch(*p++);
- if (!*p) p=field;
- }
- addch('\n');
- }
- }
- refresh();
-
- for (;;) {
- for (n=0,w= &worm[0];n<number;n++,w++) {
- if ((x=w->xpos[h=w->head])<0) {
- cursor(x=w->xpos[h]=0,y=w->ypos[h]=bottom);
- addch(flavor[n%6]);
- ref[y][x]++;
- }
- else y=w->ypos[h];
- if (++h==length) h=0;
- if (w->xpos[w->head=h]>=0) {
- register int x1, y1;
- x1=w->xpos[h]; y1=w->ypos[h];
- if (--ref[y1][x1]==0) {
- cursor(x1,y1); addch(trail);
- }
- }
- op= &(x==0 ? (y==0 ? upleft : (y==bottom ? lowleft : left)) :
- (x==last ? (y==0 ? upright : (y==bottom ? lowright : right)) :
- (y==0 ? upper : (y==bottom ? lower : normal))))[w->orientation];
- switch (op->nopts) {
- case 0:
- refresh();
- endwin();
- exit(0);
- case 1:
- w->orientation=op->opts[0];
- break;
- default:
- w->orientation=op->opts[(int)(ranf()*(float)op->nopts)];
- }
- cursor(x+=xinc[w->orientation], y+=yinc[w->orientation]);
- if (!Wrap||x!=last||y!=bottom) addch(flavor[n%6]);
- ref[w->ypos[h]=y][w->xpos[h]=x]++;
- }
- refresh();
- }
-}
-
-void
-onsig()
-{
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
-
-float
-ranf()
-{
-float rv;
-long r = rand();
-
- r &= 077777;
- rv =((float)r/32767.);
- return rv;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/xmas.c b/lib/libncurses/TESTS/xmas.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 57cc0ea6bb42..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/TESTS/xmas.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1192 +0,0 @@
-/******************************************************************************/
-/* asciixmas */
-/* December 1989 Larry Bartz Indianapolis, IN */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* I'm dreaming of an ascii character-based monochrome Christmas, */
-/* Just like the one's I used to know! */
-/* Via a full duplex communications channel, */
-/* At 9600 bits per second, */
-/* Even though it's kinda slow. */
-/* */
-/* I'm dreaming of an ascii character-based monochrome Christmas, */
-/* With ev'ry C program I write! */
-/* May your screen be merry and bright! */
-/* And may all your Christmases be amber or green, */
-/* (for reduced eyestrain and improved visibility)! */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* IMPLEMENTATION */
-/* */
-/* Feel free to modify the defined string FROMWHO to reflect you, your */
-/* organization, your site, whatever. */
-/* */
-/* This really looks a lot better if you can turn off your cursor before */
-/* execution. I wanted to do that here but very few termcap entries or */
-/* terminfo definitions have the appropriate string defined. If you know */
-/* the string(s) for the terminal(s) you use or which your site supports, */
-/* you could call asciixmas from within a shell in which you issue the */
-/* string to the terminal. The cursor is distracting but it doesn't really */
-/* ruin the show. */
-/* */
-/* At our site, we invoke this for our users just after login and the */
-/* determination of terminal type. */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* PORTABILITY */
-/* */
-/* I wrote this using only the very simplest curses functions so that it */
-/* might be the most portable. I was personally able to test on five */
-/* different cpu/UNIX combinations. */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* COMPILE */
-/* */
-/* usually this: */
-/* */
-/* cc -O asciixmas.c -lcurses -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* Zilog S8000 models 11, 21, 31, etc with ZEUS variant of SYSTEM III */
-/* maybe other SYSTEM III also: */
-/* */
-/* cc asciixmas.c -lcurses -ltermlib -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* as above with optional "peephole optimizer" installed: */
-/* */
-/* cc -O asciixmas.c -lcurses -ltermlib -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* Zilog S8000 models 32, 130 with WE32100 chip and SYS V, REL2 */
-/* maybe 3B2 also? */
-/* */
-/* cc -f -O -K sd asciixmas.c -lcurses -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* Pyramid, Sequent, any other "dual universe" types compile and execute */
-/* under either universe. The compile line for the ucb universe (as you */
-/* might expect) is the same as for SYS III UNIX: */
-/* */
-/* cc -O asciixmas.c -lcurses -ltermlib -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* The above compile will also hold true for other BSD systems. (I hope) */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* For the Scrooges out there among you who don't want this thing to loop */
-/* forever (or until the user hits a key), insert this into your compile */
-/* line just after "cc" : */
-/* */
-/* -DNOLOOP */
-/* */
-/* like so: */
-/* */
-/* cc -DNOLOOP -O asciixmas.c -lcurses -o asciixmas -s */
-/* */
-/* */
-/* */
-/******************************************************************************/
-
-#include <ncurses.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-
-#define FROMWHO "Mark Hessling - (M.Hessling@gu.edu.au)"
-
-int y_pos, x_pos;
-
-WINDOW
- *treescrn, *treescrn2,*treescrn3, *treescrn4,*treescrn5, *treescrn6,
- *treescrn7, *treescrn8,
- *dotdeer0,
- *stardeer0,
- *lildeer0, *lildeer1, *lildeer2, *lildeer3,
- *middeer0, *middeer1, *middeer2, *middeer3,
- *bigdeer0, *bigdeer1, *bigdeer2, *bigdeer3, *bigdeer4,
- *lookdeer0, *lookdeer1, *lookdeer2, *lookdeer3, *lookdeer4,
- *w_holiday,
- *w_del_msg;
-
-void main()
-{
- void done();
- int loopy;
-
- initscr();
- noecho();
- nonl();
- refresh();
- signal(SIGINT,done);
- signal(SIGTERM,done);
-#if !defined DOS && !defined OS2
- signal(SIGHUP,done);
- signal(SIGQUIT,done);
-#endif
-
-
-
- treescrn = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn2 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn3 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn4 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn5 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn6 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn7 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
- treescrn8 = newwin(16,27,3,53);
-
- dotdeer0 = newwin(3,71,0,8);
-
- stardeer0 = newwin(4,56,0,8);
-
- lildeer0 = newwin(7,53,0,8);
- lildeer1 = newwin(2,4,0,0);
- lildeer2 = newwin(2,4,0,0);
- lildeer3 = newwin(2,4,0,0);
-
- middeer0 = newwin(15,42,0,8);
- middeer1 = newwin(3,7,0,0);
- middeer2 = newwin(3,7,0,0);
- middeer3 = newwin(3,7,0,0);
-
- bigdeer0 = newwin(10,23,0,0);
- bigdeer1 = newwin(10,23,0,0);
- bigdeer2 = newwin(10,23,0,0);
- bigdeer3 = newwin(10,23,0,0);
- bigdeer4 = newwin(10,23,0,0);
-
- lookdeer0 = newwin(10,25,0,0);
- lookdeer1 = newwin(10,25,0,0);
- lookdeer2 = newwin(10,25,0,0);
- lookdeer3 = newwin(10,25,0,0);
- lookdeer4 = newwin(10,25,0,0);
-
- w_holiday = newwin(1,26,3,27);
-
- w_del_msg = newwin(1,12,23,60);
-
- mvwaddstr(w_del_msg,0,0,"Hit any key to quit");
-
- mvwaddstr(w_holiday,0,0,"H A P P Y H O L I D A Y S");
-
- /* set up the windows for our various reindeer */
-
- /* lildeer1 */
- mvwaddch(lildeer1,0,0,(chtype)'V');
- mvwaddch(lildeer1,1,0,(chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(lildeer1,1,1,(chtype)'<');
- mvwaddch(lildeer1,1,2,(chtype)'>');
- mvwaddch(lildeer1,1,3,(chtype)'~');
-
- /* lildeer2 */
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,0,0,(chtype)'V');
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,1,0,(chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,1,1,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,1,2,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,1,3,(chtype)'~');
-
- /* lildeer3 */
- mvwaddch(lildeer3,0,0,(chtype)'V');
- mvwaddch(lildeer3,1,0,(chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(lildeer3,1,1,(chtype)'>');
- mvwaddch(lildeer3,1,2,(chtype)'<');
- mvwaddch(lildeer2,1,3,(chtype)'~');
-
-
- /* middeer1 */
- mvwaddch(middeer1,0,2,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,0,3,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,1,2,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,1,3,(chtype)'(');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,1,4,(chtype)'=');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,1,5,(chtype)')');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,1,6,(chtype)'~');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,2,3,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(middeer1,2,4,(chtype)'/');
-
- /* middeer2 */
- mvwaddch(middeer2,0,2,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,0,3,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,1,2,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,1,3,(chtype)'(');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,1,4,(chtype)'=');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,1,5,(chtype)')');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,1,6,(chtype)'~');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,2,3,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(middeer2,2,5,(chtype)'|');
-
- /* middeer3 */
- mvwaddch(middeer3,0,2,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,0,3,(chtype)'y');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,1,2,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,1,3,(chtype)'(');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,1,4,(chtype)'=');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,1,5,(chtype)')');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,1,6,(chtype)'~');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,2,2,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(middeer3,2,6,(chtype)'\\');
-
-
- /* bigdeer1 */
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,0,17,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,0,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,0,20,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,0,21,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,1,18,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,1,20,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,2,19,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,2,20,(chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,3,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,3,19,(chtype)'^');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,3,20,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,3,21,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,4,17,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,4,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,4,19,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer1,4,22,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer1,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// ~~U");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer1,6,7,"( \\_____( /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer1,7,8,"( ) /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer1,8,9,"\\\\ /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer1,9,11,"\\>/>");
-
- /* bigdeer2 */
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,0,17,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,0,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,0,20,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,0,21,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,1,18,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,1,20,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,2,19,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,2,20,(chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,3,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,3,19,(chtype)'^');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,3,20,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,3,21,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,4,17,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,4,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,4,19,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer2,4,22,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer2,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// ~~U");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer2,6,7,"(( )____( /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer2,7,7,"( / |");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer2,8,8,"\\/ |");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer2,9,9,"|> |>");
-
- /* bigdeer3 */
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,0,17,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,0,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,0,20,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,0,21,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,1,18,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,1,20,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,2,19,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,2,20,(chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,3,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,3,19,(chtype)'^');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,3,20,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,3,21,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,4,17,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,4,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,4,19,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer3,4,22,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer3,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// ~~U");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer3,6,6,"( ()_____( /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer3,7,6,"/ / /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer3,8,5,"|/ \\");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer3,9,5,"/> \\>");
-
- /* bigdeer4 */
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,0,17,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,0,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,0,20,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,0,21,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,1,18,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,1,20,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,2,19,(chtype)'|');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,2,20,(chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,3,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,3,19,(chtype)'^');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,3,20,(chtype)'0');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,3,21,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,4,17,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,4,18,(chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,4,19,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(bigdeer4,4,22,(chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer4,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// ~~U");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer4,6,6,"( )______( /");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer4,7,5,"(/ \\");
- mvwaddstr(bigdeer4,8,0,"v___= ----^");
-
-
- /* lookdeer1 */
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,0,16,"\\/ \\/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,1,17,"\\Y/ \\Y/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,2,19,"\\=/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,3,17,"^\\o o/^");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,4,17,"//( )");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// \\O/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,6,7,"( \\_____( /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,7,8,"( ) /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,8,9,"\\\\ /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer1,9,11,"\\>/>");
-
- /* lookdeer2 */
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,0,16,"\\/ \\/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,1,17,"\\Y/ \\Y/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,2,19,"\\=/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,3,17,"^\\o o/^");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,4,17,"//( )");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// \\O/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,6,7,"(( )____( /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,7,7,"( / |");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,8,8,"\\/ |");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer2,9,9,"|> |>");
-
- /* lookdeer3 */
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,0,16,"\\/ \\/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,1,17,"\\Y/ \\Y/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,2,19,"\\=/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,3,17,"^\\o o/^");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,4,17,"//( )");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// \\O/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,6,6,"( ()_____( /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,7,6,"/ / /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,8,5,"|/ \\");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer3,9,5,"/> \\>");
-
- /* lookdeer4 */
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,0,16,"\\/ \\/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,1,17,"\\Y/ \\Y/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,2,19,"\\=/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,3,17,"^\\o o/^");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,4,17,"//( )");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,5,7,"^~~~~~~~~// \\O/");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,6,6,"( )______( /");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,7,5,"(/ \\");
- mvwaddstr(lookdeer4,8,0,"v___= ----^");
-
-
-
- /***********************************************/
- cbreak();
- nodelay(stdscr,TRUE);
- do
- {
- clear();
- werase(treescrn);
- touchwin(treescrn);
- werase(treescrn2);
- touchwin(treescrn2);
- werase(treescrn8);
- touchwin(treescrn8);
- refresh();
- usleep(1000);
- boxit();
- refresh();
- usleep(1000);
- seas();
- refresh();
- usleep(1000);
- greet();
- refresh();
- usleep(1000);
- fromwho();
- refresh();
- usleep(1000);
- tree();
- usleep(1000);
- balls();
- usleep(1000);
- star();
- usleep(1000);
- strng1();
- strng2();
- strng3();
- strng4();
- strng5();
-
-
- /* set up the windows for our blinking trees */
- /* **************************************** */
- /* treescrn3 */
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn3);
-
- /*balls*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 4, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 7, 6, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 8, 19, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 11, 22, ' ');
-
- /*star*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 0, 12, '*');
-
- /*strng1*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 3, 11, ' ');
-
- /*strng2*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 5, 13, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 6, 10, ' ');
-
- /*strng3*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 7, 16, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 7, 14, ' ');
-
- /*strng4*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 10, 13, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 10, 10, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 11, 8, ' ');
-
- /*strng5*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 11, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn3, 12, 13, ' ');
-
-
- /* treescrn4 */
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn4);
-
- /*balls*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 3, 9, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 4, 16, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 7, 6, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 8, 19, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 11, 2, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 12, 23, ' ');
-
- /*star*/
- wstandout(treescrn4);
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 0, 12, '*');
- wstandend(treescrn4);
-
- /*strng1*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 3, 13, ' ');
-
- /*strng2*/
-
- /*strng3*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 7, 15, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 8, 11, ' ');
-
- /*strng4*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 9, 16, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 10, 12, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 11, 8, ' ');
-
- /*strng5*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 11, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn4, 12, 14, ' ');
-
-
- /* treescrn5 */
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn5);
-
- /*balls*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 3, 15, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 10, 20, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 12, 1, ' ');
-
- /*star*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 0, 12, '*');
-
- /*strng1*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 3, 11, ' ');
-
- /*strng2*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 5, 12, ' ');
-
- /*strng3*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 7, 14, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 8, 10, ' ');
-
- /*strng4*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 9, 15, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 10, 11, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 11, 7, ' ');
-
- /*strng5*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 11, 17, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn5, 12, 13, ' ');
-
- /* treescrn6 */
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn6);
-
- /*balls*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 6, 7, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 7, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 10, 4, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 11, 23, ' ');
-
- /*star*/
- wstandout(treescrn6);
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 0, 12, '*');
- wstandend(treescrn6);
-
- /*strng1*/
-
- /*strng2*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 5, 11, ' ');
-
- /*strng3*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 7, 13, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 8, 9, ' ');
-
- /*strng4*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 9, 14, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 10, 10, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 11, 6, ' ');
-
- /*strng5*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 11, 16, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn6, 12, 12, ' ');
-
- /* treescrn7 */
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn7);
-
- /*balls*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 3, 15, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 6, 7, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 7, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 10, 4, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 11, 22, ' ');
-
- /*star*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 0, 12, '*');
-
- /*strng1*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 3, 12, ' ');
-
- /*strng2*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 5, 13, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 6, 9, ' ');
-
- /*strng3*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 7, 15, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 8, 11, ' ');
-
- /*strng4*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 9, 16, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 10, 12, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 11, 8, ' ');
-
- /*strng5*/
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 11, 18, ' ');
- mvwaddch(treescrn7, 12, 14, ' ');
-
-
- usleep(1000);
- reindeer();
-
- touchwin(w_holiday);
- wrefresh(w_holiday);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- usleep(1000);
- for(loopy = 0;loopy < 100;loopy++)
- {
- blinkit();
- }
-
-#ifdef NOLOOP
- done();
-#endif
-
- }
- while(getch() == (ERR));
-/* while(!typeahead(stdin));*/
- done();
-}
-
-boxit()
-{
- int x = 0;
-
- while(x < 20)
- {
- mvaddch(x, 7, '|');
- ++x;
- }
-
- x = 8;
-
- while(x < 80)
- {
- mvaddch(19, x, '_');
- ++x;
- }
-
- x = 0;
-
- while(x < 80)
- {
- mvaddch(22, x, '_');
- ++x;
- }
-
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-seas()
-{
- mvaddch(4, 1, 'S');
- mvaddch(6, 1, 'E');
- mvaddch(8, 1, 'A');
- mvaddch(10, 1, 'S');
- mvaddch(12, 1, 'O');
- mvaddch(14, 1, 'N');
- mvaddch(16, 1, '`');
- mvaddch(18, 1, 'S');
-
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-greet()
-{
- mvaddch(3, 5, 'G');
- mvaddch(5, 5, 'R');
- mvaddch(7, 5, 'E');
- mvaddch(9, 5, 'E');
- mvaddch(11, 5, 'T');
- mvaddch(13, 5, 'I');
- mvaddch(15, 5, 'N');
- mvaddch(17, 5, 'G');
- mvaddch(19, 5, 'S');
-
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-fromwho()
-{
- mvaddstr(21, 13, FROMWHO);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-del_msg()
-{
- mvwaddstr(w_del_msg, 0, 0, "Hit any key to quit");
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- refresh();
-
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-tree()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 1, 11, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 2, 11, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 3, 10, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 4, 9, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 5, 9, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 6, 8, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 7, 7, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 8, 6, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 9, 6, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 10, 5, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 11, 3, (chtype)'/');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 12, 2, (chtype)'/');
-
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 1, 13, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 2, 13, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 3, 14, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 4, 15, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 5, 15, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 6, 16, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 7, 17, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 8, 18, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 9, 18, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 10, 19, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 11, 21, (chtype)'\\');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 12, 22, (chtype)'\\');
-
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 4, 10, (chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 4, 14, (chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 8, 7, (chtype)'_');
- mvwaddch(treescrn, 8, 17, (chtype)'_');
-
- mvwaddstr(treescrn, 13, 0, "//////////// \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\");
-
- mvwaddstr(treescrn, 14, 11, "| |");
- mvwaddstr(treescrn, 15, 11, "|_|");
-
- wrefresh(treescrn);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-balls()
-{
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn2);
-
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 3, 9, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 3, 15, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 4, 8, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 4, 16, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 7, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 17, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 6, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 18, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 5, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 19, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 4, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 20, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 2, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 22, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 1, (chtype)'@');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 23, (chtype)'@');
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-star()
-{
- wstandout(treescrn2);
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 0, 12, (chtype)'*');
- wstandend(treescrn2);
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-strng1()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 3, 13, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 3, 12, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 3, 11, (chtype)'.');
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-strng2()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 14, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 13, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 12, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 5, 11, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 6, 10, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 6, 9, (chtype)':');
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-strng3()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 16, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 15, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 14, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 7, 13, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 12, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 11, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 10, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 8, 9, (chtype)',');
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-strng4()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 9, 17, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 9, 16, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 9, 15, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 9, 14, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 13, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 12, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 11, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 10, 10, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 9, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 8, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 7, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 6, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 5, (chtype)'\'');
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-strng5()
-{
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 19, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 18, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 17, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 11, 16, (chtype)',');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 15, (chtype)'\'');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 14, (chtype)':');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 13, (chtype)'.');
- mvwaddch(treescrn2, 12, 12, (chtype)',');
-
- /* save a fully lit tree */
- overlay(treescrn2, treescrn);
-
- wrefresh(treescrn2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-
-blinkit()
-{
- static int cycle;
-
- if(cycle > 4)
- {
- cycle = 0;
- }
-
-
- touchwin(treescrn8);
-
- switch(cycle)
- {
-
- case 0:
- overlay(treescrn3, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- break;
- case 1:
- overlay(treescrn4, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- break;
- case 2:
- overlay(treescrn5, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- break;
- case 3:
- overlay(treescrn6, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- break;
- case 4:
- overlay(treescrn7, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- break;
- }
-
- touchwin(treescrn8);
-
-
-
- /*ALL ON***************************************************/
-
-
- overlay(treescrn, treescrn8);
- wrefresh(treescrn8);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
-
- ++cycle;
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-reindeer()
-{
- int looper;
-
- y_pos = 0;
-
-
- for(x_pos = 70; x_pos > 62; x_pos--)
- {
- if(x_pos < 62)
- {
- y_pos = 1;
- }
- for(looper = 0; looper < 4; looper++)
- {
- mvwaddch(dotdeer0, y_pos, x_pos, (chtype)'.');
- wrefresh(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- werase(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
- }
-
- y_pos = 2;
-
- for(; x_pos > 50; x_pos--)
- {
-
- for(looper = 0; looper < 4; looper++)
- {
-
- if(x_pos < 56)
- {
- y_pos = 3;
-
- mvwaddch(stardeer0, y_pos, x_pos, (chtype)'*');
- wrefresh(stardeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- werase(stardeer0);
- wrefresh(stardeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
- else
- {
- mvwaddch(dotdeer0, y_pos, x_pos, (chtype)'*');
- wrefresh(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- werase(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(dotdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
- }
- }
-
- x_pos = 58;
-
- for(y_pos = 2; y_pos < 5; y_pos++)
- {
-
- touchwin(lildeer0);
- wrefresh(lildeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- for(looper = 0; looper < 4; looper++)
- {
- mvwin(lildeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lildeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lildeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lildeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lildeer1, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lildeer1);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lildeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lildeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lildeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lildeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- touchwin(lildeer0);
- wrefresh(lildeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- x_pos -= 2;
- }
- }
-
-
- x_pos = 35;
-
- for(y_pos = 5; y_pos < 10; y_pos++)
- {
-
- touchwin(middeer0);
- wrefresh(middeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- for(looper = 0; looper < 2; looper++)
- {
- mvwin(middeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(middeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(middeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(middeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(middeer1, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(middeer1);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(middeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(middeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(middeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(middeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- touchwin(middeer0);
- wrefresh(middeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- x_pos -= 3;
- }
- }
-
- usleep(2000);
-
- y_pos = 1;
-
- for(x_pos = 8; x_pos < 16; x_pos++)
- {
-
- mvwin(bigdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer1, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer1);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer0, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
-
- --x_pos;
-
- for(looper = 0; looper < 6; looper++)
- {
- mvwin(lookdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer1, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer1);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(lookdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- }
-
- mvwin(lookdeer0, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- for(; y_pos < 10; y_pos++)
- {
-
- for(looper = 0; looper < 2; looper++)
- {
- mvwin(bigdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer1, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer1);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer2, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer2);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
-
- mvwin(bigdeer4, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer4);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
- mvwin(bigdeer0, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(bigdeer0);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- }
-
- --y_pos;
-
- mvwin(lookdeer3, y_pos, x_pos);
- wrefresh(lookdeer3);
- wrefresh(w_del_msg);
- return( 0 );
-}
-
-
-
-void done()
-{
- signal(SIGINT,done);
- signal(SIGTERM,done);
-#if !defined DOS && !defined OS2
- signal(SIGHUP,done);
- signal(SIGQUIT,done);
-#endif
- clear();
- refresh();
- endwin();
- exit(0);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/copyright.c b/lib/libncurses/copyright.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 5964afc79c5a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/copyright.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,19 +0,0 @@
-char _ncurses_copyright[] = "\n\
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994 *
-* by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, not removed *
-* from header files, and is reproduced in any documentation *
-* accompanying it or the applications linked with it. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-\n";
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_addch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_addch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index f0e72a141c5b..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_addch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,115 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_addch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBaddch\fR, \fBwaddch\fR, \fBmvaddch\fR, \fBmvwaddch\fR,
-\fBechochar\fR,
-\fBwechochar\fR - add a character (with attributes) to a \fBncurses\fR window, then advance the cursor
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBaddch(chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBwaddch(WINDOW *win, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBmvaddch(int y, int x, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBmvwaddch(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBechochar(chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBwechochar(WINDOW *win, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBaddch\fR, \fBwaddch\fR, \fBmvaddch\fR and \fBmvwaddch\fR routines put
-the character \fIch\fR into the given window at its current window position,
-which is then advanced. They are analogous to \fBputchar\fR in \fBstdio\fR(3).
-If the advance is at the right margin, the cursor automatically wraps to the
-beginning of the next line. At the bottom of the scrolling region, if
-\fBscrollok\fR is enabled, the scrolling region is scrolled up one line.
-
-If \fIch\fR is a tab, newline, or backspace, the cursor is moved appropriately
-within the window. A newline also does a \fBclrtoeol\fR before moving. Tabs
-are considered to be at every eighth column.
-
-If \fIch\fR is any control character other than tab, newline, or backspace, it
-is drawn in \fB^\fR\fIX\fR notation. Calling \fBwinch\fR after adding a
-control character does not return the control character, but instead returns
-the representation of the control character. (To emit control characters
-literally, use \fBechochar\fR.)
-
-Video attributes can be combined with a character by OR-ing them into the
-parameter. This results in these attributes also being set. (The intent here
-is that text, including attributes, can be copied from one place to another
-using \fBinch\fR and \fBaddch\fR.) [see \fBstandout\fR, predefined video
-attribute constants, on the curs_attr(3) page].
-
-The \fBechochar\fR and \fBwechochar\fR routines are functionally equivalent to
-a call to \fBaddch\fR followed by a call to \fBrefresh\fR, or a call to
-\fBwaddch\fR followed by a call to \fBwrefresh\fR. The knowledge that only a
-single character is being output is taken into consideration and, for
-non-control characters, a considerable performance gain might be seen by using
-these routines instead of their equivalents.
-.SS Line Graphics
-The following variables may be used to add line drawing characters to the
-screen with routines of the \fBaddch\fR family. The default character listed
-below is used if the \fBacsc\fR capability doesn't define a terminal-specific
-replacement for it. The names are taken from the VT100 nomenclature.
-
-.TS
-l l l
-_ _ _
-l l l.
-\fIName\fR \fIDefault\fR \fIDescription\fR
-ACS_ULCORNER + upper left-hand corner
-ACS_LLCORNER + lower left-hand corner
-ACS_URCORNER + upper right-hand corner
-ACS_LRCORNER + lower right-hand corner
-ACS_RTEE + right tee
-ACS_LTEE + left tee
-ACS_BTEE + bottom tee
-ACS_TTEE + top tee
-ACS_HLINE - horizontal line
-ACS_VLINE | vertical line
-ACS_PLUS + plus
-ACS_S1 - scan line 1
-ACS_S9 \&_ scan line 9
-ACS_DIAMOND + diamond
-ACS_CKBOARD : checker board (stipple)
-ACS_DEGREE ' degree symbol
-ACS_PLMINUS # plus/minus
-ACS_BULLET o bullet
-ACS_LARROW < arrow pointing left
-ACS_RARROW > arrow pointing right
-ACS_DARROW v arrow pointing down
-ACS_UARROW ^ arrow pointing up
-ACS_BOARD # board of squares
-ACS_LANTERN # lantern symbol
-ACS_BLOCK # solid square block
-.TE
-
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless otherwise noted in the
-preceding routine descriptions.
-.SH BUGS
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBaddch\fR, \fBmvaddch\fR, \fBmvwaddch\fR, and
-\fBechochar\fR may be macros.
-
-On 386 and 486 consoles, giving \fBwechochar\fR an argument with its high
-bit set will produce the corresponding high-half ASCIIZ graphic (SVr4 curses
-also has this feature but does not document it). A control-character argument,
-however, will not typically produce the corresponding graphic;
-characters such as CR, NL, FF and TAB are typically interpreted by the console
-driver itself, and ESC will be interpreted as the leader of a control sequence.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_attr\fR(3), \fBcurs_clear\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_inch\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3),
-\fBputc\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_addchst.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_addchst.3
deleted file mode 100644
index c21d6748d711..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_addchst.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_addchstr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBaddchstr\fR, \fBaddchnstr\fR, \fBwaddchstr\fR,
-\fBwaddchnstr\fR, \fBmvaddchstr\fR, \fBmvaddchnstr\fR, \fBmvwaddchstr\fR,
-\fBmvwaddchnstr\fR - add string of characters (and attributes) to a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint addchstr(chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint addchnstr(chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint waddchstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint waddchnstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvaddchstr(int y, int x, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvaddchnstr(int y, int x, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwaddchstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwaddchnstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines copy \fIchstr\fR into the window image structure at and after
-the current cursor position. The four routines with \fIn\fR as the last
-argument copy at most \fIn\fR elements, but no more than will fit on the line.
-If \fBn\fR=\fB-1\fR then the whole string is copied, to the maximum number of
-characters that will fit on the line.
-
-The window cursor is \fINOT\fR advanced, and these routines work faster than
-\fBwaddnstr\fR. On the other hand, care must be taken when using them because
-they don't perform any kind of checking (such as for the newline character),
-they don't advance the current cursor position, and they truncate the string if
-it crosses the right margin, rather then wrapping it around to the new line.
-.SH RETURN VALUES
-All these routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless
-otherwise noted in the preceding routine descriptions.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all routines except \fBwaddchnstr\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_addstr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_addstr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index a4c11bbd90a5..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_addstr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,46 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_addstr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBaddstr\fR, \fBaddnstr\fR, \fBwaddstr\fR, \fBwaddnstr\fR,
-\fBmvaddstr\fR, \fBmvaddnstr\fR, \fBmvwaddstr\fR,
-\fBmvwaddnstr\fR - add a string of characters to a \fBncurses\fR window and advance cursor
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint addstr(char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint addnstr(char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint waddstr(WINDOW *win, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint waddnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvaddstr(int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvaddnstr(int y, int x, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwaddstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwaddnstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str,
- int n);\fR
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines write the characters of the null terminated character string
-\fIstr\fR on the given window. It is similar to calling \fBwaddch\fR once for
-each character in the string. The four routines with \fIn\fR as the last
-argument write at most \fIn\fR characters. If \fIn\fR is negative, then the
-entire string will be added.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all of these routines except \fBwaddstr\fR and \fBwaddnstr\fR may be
-macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_addch\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_attr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_attr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 0fb284b04b7e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_attr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,86 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_attr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBattroff\fR, \fBwattroff\fR, \fBattron\fR, \fBwattron\fR,
-\fBattrset\fR, \fBwattrset\fR, \fBstandend\fR, \fBwstandend\fR, \fBstandout\fR,
-\fBwstandout\fR - \fBncurses\fR character and window attribute control routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint attroff(int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wattroff(WINDOW *win, int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint attron(int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wattron(WINDOW *win, int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint attrset(int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wattrset(WINDOW *win, int attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint standend(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wstandend(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint standout(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wstandout(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines manipulate the current attributes of the named window. The
-current attributes of a window apply to all characters that are written into
-the window with \fBwaddch\fR, \fBwaddstr\fR and \fBwprintw\fR. Attributes are
-a property of the character, and move with the character through any scrolling
-and insert/delete line/character operations. To the extent possible, they are
-displayed as appropriate modifications to the graphic rendition of characters
-put on the screen.
-
-The routine \fBattrset\fR sets the current attributes of the given window to
-\fIattrs\fR. The routine \fBattroff\fR turns off the named attributes without
-turning any other attributes on or off. The routine \fBattron\fR turns on the
-named attributes without affecting any others. The routine \fBstandout\fR is
-the same as \fBattron(A_STANDOUT)\fR. The routine \fBstandend\fR is the same
-as \fBattrset(A_NORMAL)\fR or \fBattrset(0)\fR, that is, it turns off all
-attributes.
-.SS Attributes
-The following video attributes, defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR, can be passed to
-the routines \fBattron\fR, \fBattroff\fR, and \fBattrset\fR, or OR-ed with the
-characters passed to \fBaddch\fR.
-
-.nf
-\fBA_NORMAL\fR Normal display (no highlight)
-\fBA_STANDOUT\fR Best highlighting mode of the terminal.
-\fBA_UNDERLINE\fR Underlining
-\fBA_REVERSE\fR Reverse video
-\fBA_BLINK\fR Blinking
-\fBA_DIM\fR Half bright
-\fBA_BOLD\fR Extra bright or bold
-\fBA_ALTCHARSET\fR Alternate character set
-\fBA_CHARTEXT\fR Bit-mask to extract a character
-\fBCOLOR_PAIR(\fR\fIn\fR\fB)\fR Color-pair number \fIn\fR
-.fi
-
-The following macro is the reverse of \fBCOLOR_PAIR(\fR\fIn\fR\fB)\fR:
-
-.DS C
-\fBPAIR_NUMBER(\fIattrs\fR) Returns the pair number associated
- with the \fBCOLOR_PAIR(\fR\fIn\fR\fB)\fR attribute.
-.DE
-
-The return values of these routines are not meaningful (many are implemented
-as macro-expanded assignments and simply return their argument). The SVr4
-manual page claims (falsely) that these routines always return \fB1\fR.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBattroff\fR, \fBwattroff\fR, \fBattron\fR, \fBwattron\fR,
-\fBattrset\fR, \fBwattrset\fR, \fBstandend\fR and \fBstandout\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_addch\fR(3), \fBcurs_addstr\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_printw\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_beep.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_beep.3
deleted file mode 100644
index dfcb94ea5ade..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_beep.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_beep 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBbeep\fR, \fBflash\fR - \fBncurses\fR bell and screen flash routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint beep(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint flash(void);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBbeep\fR and \fBflash\fR routines are used to alert the terminal user.
-The routine \fBbeep\fR sounds an audible alarm on the terminal, if possible;
-otherwise it flashes the screen (visible bell). The routine \fBflash\fR
-flashes the screen, and if that is not possible, sounds the alert. If neither
-alert is possible, nothing happens. Nearly all terminals have an audible alert
-(bell or beep), but only some can flash the screen.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-These routines always return \fBOK\fR.
-.SH CAPABILITIES
-\fBbell\fR, \fBflash_screen\fR.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_bkgd.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_bkgd.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 378535e40966..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_bkgd.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,52 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_bkgd 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBbkgdset\fR, \fBwbkgdset\fR, \fBbkgd\fR,
-\fBwbkgd\fR - \fBncurses\fR window background manipulation routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBvoid bkgdset(chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid wbkgdset(WINDOW *win, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint bkgd(chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wbkgd(WINDOW *win, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBbkgdset\fR and \fBwbkgdset\fR routines manipulate the
-background of the named window. Background is a \fBchtype\fR
-consisting of any combination of attributes and a character. The
-attribute part of the background is combined (ORed) with all non-blank
-characters that are written into the window with \fBwaddch\fR. Both
-the character and attribute parts of the background are combined with
-the blank characters. The background becomes a property of the
-character and moves with the character through any scrolling and
-insert/delete line/character operations. To the extent possible on a
-particular terminal, the attribute part of the background is displayed
-as the graphic rendition of the character put on the screen.
-
-The \fBbkgd\fR and \fBwbkgd\fR routines combine the new background
-with every position in the window. Background is any combination of
-attributes and a character. Only the attribute part is used to set
-the background of non-blank characters, while both character and
-attributes are used for blank positions. To the extent possible on a
-particular terminal, the attribute part of the background is displayed
-as the graphic rendition of the character put on the screen.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-\fBbkgd\fR and \fBwbkgd\fR return the integer \fBOK\fR, or a
-non-negative integer, if \fBimmedok\fR is set.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBbkgdset\fR and \fBbkgd\fR may be macros.
-.SH BUGS
-\fBimmedok\fR is not yet implemented in ncurses 1.8.6.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_addch\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_border.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_border.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 732a1d71ad2c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_border.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,69 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_border 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBborder\fR, \fBwborder\fR, \fBbox\fR,
-\fBhline\fR, \fBwhline\fR, \fBvline\fR,
-\fBwvline\fR - create \fBncurses\fR borders, horizontal and vertical lines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint border(chtype ls, chtype rs, chtype ts, chtype bs,
- chtype tl, chtype tr, chtype bl, chtype br);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wborder(WINDOW *win, chtype ls, chtype rs,
- chtype ts, chtype bs, chtype tl, chtype tr,
- chtype bl, chtype br);\fR
-.br
-\fBint box(WINDOW *win, chtype verch, chtype horch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint hline(chtype ch, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint whline(WINDOW *win, chtype ch, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint vline(chtype ch, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wvline(WINDOW *win, chtype ch, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBborder\fR, \fBwborder\fR and \fBbox\fR routines draw a box around the
-edges of a window. The argument \fIls\fR is a character and attributes used
-for the left side of the border, \fIrs\fR - right side, \fIts\fR - top side,
-\fIbs\fR - bottom side, \fItl\fR - top left-hand corner, \fItr\fR - top
-right-hand corner, \fIbl\fR - bottom left-hand corner, and \fIbr\fR - bottom
-right-hand corner. If any of these arguments is zero, then the following
-default values (defined in \fBncurses.h\fR) are used instead: \fBACS_VLINE,
-ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE, ACS_HLINE, \fBACS_ULCORNER, ACS_URCORNER, ACS_LLCORNER,
-ACS_LRCORNER.\fR
-
-\fBbox(\fR\fIwin\fR\gB, \fR\fIverch\fR\fB, \fR\fIhorch\fR\fB)\fR is a shorthand
-for the following call: \fBwborder(\fR\fIwin\fR\fB,\fR \fIverch\fR\fB,\fR
-\fIverch\fR\fB,\fR \fIhorch\fR\fB,\fR \fIhorch\fR\fB, 0, 0, 0, 0)\fR.
-
-The \fBhline\fR and \fBwhline\fR functions draw a horizontal (left to right)
-line using \fIch\fR starting at the current cursor position in the window. The
-current cursor position is not changed. The line is at most \fIn\fR characters
-long, or as many as fit into the window.
-
-The \fBvline\fR and \fBwvline\fR functions draw a vertical (top to bottom) line
-using \fIch\fR starting at the current cursor position in the window. The
-current cursor position is not changed. The line is at most \fIn\fR characters
-long, or as many as fit into the window.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBOK\fR. The SVr4.0 manual says "or a
-non-negative integer if \fBimmedok\fR is set", but this appears to be an error.
-.SH NOTES
-The borders generated by these functions are \fIinside\fR borders (this
-is also true of SVr4 curses, though the fact is not documented).
-
-Note that \fBborder\fR and \fBbox\fR may be macros.
-.SH BUGS
-The \fBimmedok\fR function is not yet implemented in ncurses 1.8.6.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_clear.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_clear.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 5e7515524474..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_clear.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_clear 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBerase\fR, \fBwerase\fR, \fBclear\fR,
-\fBwclear\fR, \fBclrtobot\fR, \fBwclrtobot\fR, \fBclrtoeol\fR,
-\fBwclrtoeol\fR - clear all or part of a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB# include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint erase(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint werase(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint clear(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wclear(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint clrtobot(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wclrtobot(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint clrtoeol(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wclrtoeol(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBerase\fR and \fBwerase\fR routines copy blanks to every
-position in the window, clearing the screen.
-
-The \fBclear\fR and \fBwclear\fR routines are like \fBerase\fR and
-\fBwerase\fR, but they also call \fBclearok\fR, so that the screen is
-cleared completely on the next call to \fBwrefresh\fR for that window
-and repainted from scratch.
-
-The \fBclrtobot\fR and \fBwclrtobot\fR routines erase from the cursor to the
-end of screen. That is, they erase all lines below the cursor in the window.
-Also, the current line to the right of the cursor, inclusive, is erased.
-
-The \fBclrtoeol\fR and \fBwclrtoeol\fR routines erase the current line
-to the right of the cursor, inclusive.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBOK\fR, or a non-negative integer if
-\fBimmedok\fR is set.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBerase\fR, \fBwerase\fR, \fBclear\fR, \fBwclear\fR,
-\fBclrtobot\fR, and \fBclrtoeol\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_color.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_color.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 67a7c5195e91..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_color.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,140 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_color 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBstart_color\fR, \fBinit_pair\fR,
-\fBinit_color\fR, \fBhas_colors\fR, \fBcan_change_color\fR,
-\fBcolor_content\fR,
-\fBpair_content\fR - \fBncurses\fR color manipulation routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB# include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint start_color(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint init_pair(short pair, short f, short b);\fR
-.br
-\fBint init_color(short color, short r, short g, short b);\fR
-.br
-\fBbool has_colors(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBbool can_change_color(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint color_content(short color, short *r, short *g, short *b);\fR
-.br
-\fBint pair_content(short pair, short *f, short *b);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.SS Overview
-\fBncurses\fR support color attributes on terminals with that capability. To
-use these routines \fBstart_color\fR must be called, usually right after
-\fBinitscr\fR. Colors are always used in pairs (referred to as color-pairs).
-A color-pair consists of a foreground color (for characters) and a background
-color (for the blank field on which the characters are displayed). A
-programmer initializes a color-pair with the routine \fBinit_pair\fR. After it
-has been initialized, \fBCOLOR_PAIR\fR(\fIn\fR), a macro defined in
-\fB<ncurses.h>\fR, can be used as a new video attribute.
-
-If a terminal is capable of redefining colors, the programmer can use the
-routine \fBinit_color\fR to change the definition of a color. The routines
-\fBhas_colors\fR and \fBcan_change_color\fR return \fBTRUE\fR or \fBFALSE\fR,
-depending on whether the terminal has color capabilities and whether the
-programmer can change the colors. The routine \fBcolor_content\fR allows a
-programmer to extract the amounts of red, green, and blue components in an
-initialized color. The routine \fBpair_content\fR allows a programmer to find
-out how a given color-pair is currently defined.
-.SS Routine Descriptions
-The \fBstart_color\fR routine requires no arguments. It must be
-called if the programmer wants to use colors, and before any other
-color manipulation routine is called. It is good practice to call
-this routine right after \fBinitscr\fR. \fBstart_color\fR initializes
-eight basic colors (black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan,
-and white), and two global variables, \fBCOLORS\fR and
-\fBCOLOR_PAIRS\fR (respectively defining the maximum number of colors
-and color-pairs the terminal can support). It also restores the
-colors on the terminal to the values they had when the terminal was
-just turned on.
-
-The \fBinit_pair\fR routine changes the definition of a color-pair. It takes
-three arguments: the number of the color-pair to be changed, the foreground
-color number, and the background color number. The value of the first argument
-must be between \fB1\fR and \fBCOLOR_PAIRS-1\fR. The value of the second and
-third arguments must be between 0 and \fBCOLORS\fR (the 0 color pair is wired
-to white on black and cannot be changed). If the color-pair was previously
-initialized, the screen is refreshed and all occurrences of that color-pair is
-changed to the new definition.
-
-The \fBinit_color\fR routine changes the definition of a color. It takes four
-arguments: the number of the color to be changed followed by three RGB values
-(for the amounts of red, green, and blue components). The value of the first
-argument must be between \fB0\fR and \fBCOLORS\fR. (See the section
-\fBColors\fR for the default color index.) Each of the last three arguments
-must be a value between 0 and 1000. When \fBinit_color\fR is used, all
-occurrences of that color on the screen immediately change to the new
-definition.
-
-The \fBhas_colors\fR routine requires no arguments. It returns \fBTRUE\fR if
-the terminal can manipulate colors; otherwise, it returns \fBFALSE\fR. This
-routine facilitates writing terminal-independent programs. For example, a
-programmer can use it to decide whether to use color or some other video
-attribute.
-
-The \fBcan_change_color\fR routine requires no arguments. It returns
-\fBTRUE\fR if the terminal supports colors and can change their definitions;
-other, it returns \fBFALSE\fR. This routine facilitates writing
-terminal-independent programs.
-
-The \fBcolor_content\fR routine gives programmers a way to find the intensity
-of the red, green, and blue (RGB) components in a color. It requires four
-arguments: the color number, and three addresses of \fBshort\fRs for storing
-the information about the amounts of red, green, and blue components in the
-given color. The value of the first argument must be between 0 and
-\fBCOLORS\fR. The values that are stored at the addresses pointed to by the
-last three arguments are between 0 (no component) and 1000 (maximum amount of
-component).
-
-The \fBpair_content\fR routine allows programmers to find out what colors a
-given color-pair consists of. It requires three arguments: the color-pair
-number, and two addresses of \fBshort\fRs for storing the foreground and the
-background color numbers. The value of the first argument must be between 1
-and \fBCOLOR_PAIRS-1\fR. The values that are stored at the addresses pointed
-to by the second and third arguments are between 0 and \fBCOLORS\fR.
-.SS Colors
-In \fB<ncurses.h>\fR the following macros are defined. These are the default
-colors. \fBncurses\fR also assumes that \fBCOLOR_BLACK\fR is the default
-background color for all terminals.
-
-.nf
- \fBCOLOR_BLACK\fR
- \fBCOLOR_RED\fR
- \fBCOLOR_GREEN\fR
- \fBCOLOR_YELLOW\fR
- \fBCOLOR_BLUE\fR
- \fBCOLOR_MAGENTA\fR
- \fBCOLOR_CYAN\fR
- \fBCOLOR_WHITE\fR
-.fi
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and \fBOK\fR
-upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Several caveats apply onn 386 and 486 machines with VGA-compatible graphics:
-
-COLOR_YELLOW is actually brown. To get yellow, use COLOR_YELLOW combined with
-the \fBA_BOLD\fR attribute.
-
-The A_BLINK attribute should in theory cause the background to go bright. This
-often fails to work, and even some cards for which it mostly works (such as the
-Paradise and compatibles) do the wrong thing when you try to set a bright
-"yellow" background (you get a blinking yellow foreground instead).
-
-Color RGB values are not settable.
-.SH CAPABILITIES
-\fBsetf\fR, \fBsetb\fR, \fBsetaf\fR, \fBsetab\fR. The ncurses library uses
-the second pair by preference, falling back to the first.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_attr\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_delch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_delch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index d9f10594385b..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_delch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_delch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBdelch\fR, \fBwdelch\fR, \fBmvdelch\fR,
-\fBmvwdelch\fR - delete character under the cursor in a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint delch(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wdelch(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvdelch(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwdelch(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines delete the character under the cursor; all characters to the
-right of the cursor on the same line are moved to the left one position and the
-last character on the line is filled with a blank. The cursor position does
-not change (after moving to \fIy\fR, \fIx\fR, if specified). (This does not
-imply use of the hardware delete character feature.)
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBdelch\fR, \fBmvdelch\fR, and \fBmvwdelch\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_delln.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_delln.3
deleted file mode 100644
index b95fe807beee..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_delln.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,52 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_deleteln 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBdeleteln\fR, \fBwdeleteln\fR, \fBinsdelln\fR,
-\fBwinsdelln\fR, \fBinsertln\fR,
-\fBwinsertln\fR - delete and insert lines in a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint deleteln(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wdeleteln(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint insdelln(int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winsdelln(WINDOW *win, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint insertln(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winsertln(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBdeleteln\fR and \fBwdeleteln\fR routines delete the line under the
-cursor in the window; all lines below the current line are moved up one line.
-The bottom line of the window is cleared. The cursor position does not change.
-
-The \fBinsdelln\fR and \fBwinsdelln\fR routines, for positive \fIn\fR, insert
-\fIn\fR lines into the specified window above the current line. The \fIn\fR
-bottom lines are lost. For negative \fIn\fR, delete \fIn\fR lines (starting
-with the one under the cursor), and move the remaining lines up. The bottom
-\fIn\fR lines are cleared. The current cursor position remains the same.
-
-The \fBinsertln\fR and \fBinsertln\fR routines, insert a blank line above the
-current line and the bottom line is lost.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all but \fBwinsdelln\fR may be a macros.
-
-These routines do not require a hardware line delete or insert feature in the
-terminal. In fact, they won't use hardware line delete/insert unless
-\fBidlok(..., TRUE)\fR has been set on the current window.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_getch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_getch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index a80242462437..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_getch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,190 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_getch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBgetch\fR, \fBwgetch\fR, \fBmvgetch\fR,
-\fBmvwgetch\fR,
-\fBungetch\fR - get (or push back) characters from \fBncurses\fR terminal keyboard
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint getch(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wgetch(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvgetch(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwgetch(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint ungetch(int ch);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBgetch\fR, \fBwgetch\fR, \fBmvgetch\fR and \fBmvwgetch\fR, routines read
-a character from the window. In no-delay mode, if no input is waiting, the
-value \fBERR\fR is returned. In delay mode, the program waits until the system
-passes text through to the program. Depending on the setting of \fBcbreak\fR,
-this is after one character (cbreak mode), or after the first newline (nocbreak
-mode). In half-delay mode, the program waits until a character is typed or the
-specified timeout has been reached. Unless \fBnoecho\fR has been set, the
-character will also be echoed into the designated window.
-
-If the window is not a pad, and it has been moved or modified since the last
-call to \fBwrefresh\fR, \fBwrefresh\fR will be called before another character
-is read.
-
-If \fBkeypad\fR is \fBTRUE\fR, and a function key is pressed, the token for
-that function key is returned instead of the raw characters. Possible function
-keys are defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR as macros with values outside the range
-of 8-bit characters whose names begin with \fBKEY_.\fR Thus, a variable
-intended to hold the return value of a function key must be of short size or
-larger.
-
-When a character that could be the beginning of a function key is received
-(which, on modern terminals, means an escape character), \fBncurses\fR sets a
-timer. If the remainder of the sequence does not come in within the designated
-time, the character is passed through; otherwise, the function key value is
-returned. For this reason, many terminals experience a delay between the time
-a user presses the escape key and the escape is returned to the program.
-
-The \fBungetch\fR routine places \fIch\fR back onto the input queue to be
-returned by the next call to \fBwgetch\fR. Note that there is, in effect,
-just one input queue for all windows.
-
-.SS Function Keys
-The following function keys, defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR, might be returned by
-\fBgetch\fR if \fBkeypad\fR has been enabled. Note that not all of these are
-necessarily supported on any particular terminal.
-.nf
-__________________________________________________________________
-\fIName\fR \fIKey\fR \fIname\fR
-__________________________________________________________________
-KEY_BREAK Break key
-KEY_DOWN The four arrow keys ...
-KEY_UP
-KEY_LEFT
-KEY_RIGHT
-KEY_HOME Home key (upward+left arrow)
-KEY_BACKSPACE Backspace
-KEY_F0 Function keys; space for 64 keys is reserved.
-KEY_F(\fIn\fR) For 0 \fI<\fR \fIn\fR \fI<\fR 63
-KEY_DL Delete line
-KEY_IL Insert line
-KEY_DC Delete character
-KEY_IC Insert char or enter insert mode
-KEY_EIC Exit insert char mode
-KEY_CLEAR Clear screen
-KEY_EOS Clear to end of screen
-KEY_EOL Clear to end of line
-KEY_SF Scroll 1 line forward
-KEY_SR Scroll 1 line backward (reverse)
-KEY_NPAGE Next page
-KEY_PPAGE Previous page
-KEY_STAB Set tab
-KEY_CTAB Clear tab
-KEY_CATAB Clear all tabs
-KEY_ENTER Enter or send
-KEY_SRESET Soft (partial) reset
-KEY_RESET Reset or hard reset
-KEY_PRINT Print or copy
-KEY_LL Home down or bottom (lower left). Keypad is
- arranged like this:
- \fBA1\fR \fBup\fR \fBA3\fR
- \fBleft\fR \fBB2\fR \fBright\fR
- \fBC1\fR \fBdown\fR \fBC3\fR
-KEY_A1 Upper left of keypad
-KEY_A3 Upper right of keypad
-KEY_B2 Center of keypad
-KEY_C1 Lower left of keypad
-KEY_C3 Lower right of keypad
-KEY_BTAB Back tab key
-KEY_BEG Beg(inning) key
-KEY_CANCEL Cancel key
-KEY_CLOSE Close key
-KEY_COMMAND Cmd (command) key
-KEY_COPY Copy key
-KEY_CREATE Create key
-KEY_END End key
-KEY_EXIT Exit key
-KEY_FIND Find key
-KEY_HELP Help key
-KEY_MARK Mark key
-KEY_MESSAGE Message key
-KEY_MOVE Move key
-KEY_NEXT Next object key
-KEY_OPEN Open key
-KEY_OPTIONS Options key
-KEY_PREVIOUS Previous object key
-KEY_REDO Redo key
-KEY_REFERENCE Ref(erence) key
-KEY_REFRESH Refresh key
-KEY_REPLACE Replace key
-KEY_RESTART Restart key
-KEY_RESUME Resume key
-KEY_SAVE Save key
-KEY_SBEG Shifted beginning key
-KEY_SCANCEL Shifted cancel key
-KEY_SCOMMAND Shifted command key
-KEY_SCOPY Shifted copy key
-KEY_SCREATE Shifted create key
-KEY_SDC Shifted delete char key
-KEY_SDL Shifted delete line key
-KEY_SELECT Select key
-KEY_SEND Shifted end key
-KEY_SEOL Shifted clear line key
-KEY_SEXIT Shifted exit key
-KEY_SFIND Shifted find key
-KEY_SHELP Shifted help key
-KEY_SHOME Shifted home key
-KEY_SIC Shifted input key
-KEY_SLEFT Shifted left arrow key
-KEY_SMESSAGE Shifted message key
-KEY_SMOVE Shifted move key
-KEY_SNEXT Shifted next key
-KEY_SOPTIONS Shifted options key
-KEY_SPREVIOUS Shifted prev key
-KEY_SPRINT Shifted print key
-KEY_SREDO Shifted redo key
-KEY_SREPLACE Shifted replace key
-KEY_SRIGHT Shifted right arrow
-KEY_SRSUME Shifted resume key
-KEY_SSAVE Shifted save key
-KEY_SSUSPEND Shifted suspend key
-KEY_SUNDO Shifted undo key
-KEY_SUSPEND Suspend key
-KEY_UNDO Undo key
-.fi
-
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Use of the escape key by a programmer for a single character function is
-discouraged, as it will cause a delay of up to one second while the
-keypad code looks for a following function-key sequence.
-
-When using \fBgetch\fR, \fBwgetch\fR, \fBmvgetch\fR, or
-\fBmvwgetch\fR, nocbreak mode (\fBnocbreak\fR) and echo mode
-(\fBecho\fR) should not be used at the same time. Depending on the
-state of the tty driver when each character is typed, the program may
-produce undesirable results.
-
-Note that \fBgetch\fR, \fBmvgetch\fR, and \fBmvwgetch\fR may be macros.
-
-Historically, the set of keypad macros was largely defined by the extremely
-function-key-rich keyboard of the AT&T 7300, aka 3B1, aka Safari 4. Modern
-personal computers usually have only a small subset of these. IBM PC-style
-consoles typically support little more than \fBKEY_UP\fR, \fBKEY_DOWN\fR,
-\fBKEY_LEFT\fR, \fBKEY_RIGHT\fR, \fBKEY_HOME\fR, \fBKEY_END\fR,
-\fBKEY_NPAGE\fR, \fBKEY_PPAGE\fR, and function keys 1 through 12. The Ins key
-is usually mapped to \fBKEY_IC\fR.
-.SH CAPABILITIES
-All of the key_* capabilities; also \fBkeypad_local\fR and \fBkeypad_xmit\fR.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_inopts\fR(3), \fBcurs_move\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_refresh\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_getstr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_getstr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 4ca3813152c0..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_getstr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_getstr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBgetstr\fR, \fBwgetstr\fR, \fBmvgetstr\fR,
-\fBmvwgetstr\fR,
-\fBwgetnstr\fR - accept character strings from \fBncurses\fR terminal keyboard
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint getstr(char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wgetstr(WINDOW *win, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvgetstr(int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwgetstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wgetnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The function \fBgetstr\fR is equivalent to a series of calls to \fBgetch\fR,
-until a newline or carriage return is received (the terminating character is
-not included in the returned string). The resulting value is placed in the
-area pointed to by the character pointer \fIstr\fR.
-
-\fBwgetnstr\fR reads at most \fIn\fR characters, thus preventing a possible
-overflow of the input buffer. Any attempt to enter more characters (other
-than the terminating newline or carriage return) causes a beep.
-
-The user's erase and kill characters are interpreted. If keypad
-mode is on for the window, \fBKEY_LEFT\fR and \fBKEY_BACKSPACE\fR
-are both considered equivalent to the user's kill character.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH BUGS
-When the window is in keypad mode and the user types any special key
-other than those named above, the `character' value appended to the
-string by the ncurses implementation is predictable but not useful
-(being, in fact, the low-order eight bits of the key's KEY_ value).
-
-The SVr4.0 documentation claims that "special keys (such as function
-keys, "home" key, "clear" key, \fIetc\fR.) are interpreted" without
-giving details. It lies. The actual behavior is like that of ncurses.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBgetstr\fR, \fBmvgetstr\fR, and \fBmvwgetstr\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_getch\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_getyx.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_getyx.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 89593ad9691b..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_getyx.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_getyx 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBgetyx\fR, \fBgetparyx\fR, \fBgetbegyx\fR,
-\fBgetmaxyx\fR - get \fBncurses\fR cursor and window coordinates
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBvoid getyx(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid getparyx(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid getbegyx(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid getmaxyx(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBgetyx\fR macro places the cursor position of the window in the two
-integer variables \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR.
-
-If \fIwin\fR is a subwindow, the \fBgetparyx\fR macro places the beginning
-coordinates of the subwindow relative to the parent window into two integer
-variables \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR. Otherwise, \fB-1\fR is placed into \fIy\fR and
-\fIx\fR.
-
-Like \fBgetyx\fR, the \fBgetbegyx\fR and \fBgetmaxyx\fR macros store
-the current beginning coordinates and size of the specified window.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-The return values of these macros are undefined (\fIi\fR.\fIe\fR.,
-they should not be used as the right-hand side of assignment
-statements).
-.SH NOTES
-All of these interfaces are macros and that "\fB&\fR" is not
-necessary before the variables \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_inch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_inch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index e4abcc88c3b8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_inch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_inch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinch\fR, \fBwinch\fR, \fBmvinch\fR,
-\fBmvwinch\fR - get a character and attributes from a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBchtype inch(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchtype winch(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBchtype mvinch(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBchtype mvwinch(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines return the character, of type \fBchtype\fR, at the current
-position in the named window. If any attributes are set for that position,
-their values are OR-ed into the value returned. Constants defined in
-\fB<ncurses.h>\fR can be used with the \fB&\fR (logical AND) operator to
-extract the character or attributes alone.
-
-.SS Attributes
-The following bit-masks may be AND-ed with characters returned by \fBwinch\fR.
-
-.nf
-\fBA_CHARTEXT\fR Bit-mask to extract character
-\fBA_ATTRIBUTES\fR Bit-mask to extract attributes
-\fBA_COLOR\fR Bit-mask to extract color-pair field information
-.fi
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all of these routines may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_inchstr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_inchstr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index a925434b34d8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_inchstr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,47 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_inchstr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinchstr\fR, \fBinchnstr\fR, \fBwinchstr\fR,
-\fBwinchnstr\fR, \fBmvinchstr\fR, \fBmvinchnstr\fR, \fBmvwinchstr\fR,
-\fBmvwinchnstr\fR - get a string of characters (and attributes) from a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint inchstr(chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint inchnstr(chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winchstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winchnstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinchstr(int y, int x, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinchnstr(int y, int x, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinchstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype *chstr);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinchnstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype *chstr, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines return a NULL-terminated array of \fBchtype\fR quantities,
-starting at the current cursor position in the named window and ending at the
-right margin of the window. The four functions with \fIn\fR as
-the last argument, return a leading substring at most \fIn\fR characters long.
-Constants defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR can be used with the \fB&\fR (logical
-AND) operator to extract the character or the attribute alone from any position
-in the \fIchstr\fR [see curs_inch(3)].
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all routines except \fBwinchnstr\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_inch\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_initscr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_initscr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 04b8001abe86..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_initscr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,86 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_initscr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinitscr\fR, \fBnewterm\fR, \fBendwin\fR,
-\fBisendwin\fR, \fBset_term\fR,
-\fBdelscreen\fR - \fBncurses\fR screen initialization and manipulation routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBWINDOW *initscr(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint endwin(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint isendwin(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBSCREEN *newterm(char *type, FILE *outfd, FILE *infd);\fR
-.br
-\fBSCREEN *set_term(SCREEN *new);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid delscreen(SCREEN* sp);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-\fBinitscr\fR is normally the first \fBncurses\fR routine to call when
-initializing a program. A few special routines sometimes need to be
-called before it; these are \fBslk_init\fR, \fBfilter\fR, \fBripoffline\fR,
-\fBuse_env\fR. For multiple-terminal applications, or in order to test
-for the presence of given capabilities, \fBnewterm\fR may be called before
-\fBinitscr\fR.
-
-The initscr code determines the terminal type and initializes all \fBncurses\fR
-data structures. \fBinitscr\fR also causes the first call to \fBrefresh\fR to
-clear the screen. If errors occur, \fBinitscr\fR writes an appropriate error
-message to standard error and exits; otherwise, a pointer is returned to
-\fBstdscr\fR.
-
-A program that outputs to more than one terminal should use the \fBnewterm\fR
-routine for each terminal instead of \fBinitscr\fR. A program that needs to
-inspect capabilities, so it can continue to run in a line-oriented mode if the
-terminal cannot support a screen-oriented program, would also use
-\fBnewterm\fR. The routine \fBnewterm\fR should be called once for each
-terminal. It returns a variable of type \fBSCREEN *\fR which should be saved
-as a reference to that terminal. The arguments are the \fItype\fR of the
-terminal to be used in place of \fB$TERM\fR, a file pointer for output to the
-terminal, and another file pointer for input from the terminal (if \fItype\fR
-is \fBNULL\fR, \fB$TERM\fR will be used). The program must also call
-\fBendwin\fR for each terminal being used before exiting from ncurses. If
-\fBnewterm\fR is called more than once for the same terminal, the first
-terminal referred to must be the last one for which \fBendwin\fR is called.
-
-A program should always call \fBendwin\fR before exiting or escaping from
-\fBncurses\fR mode temporarily. This routine restores tty modes, moves the
-cursor to the lower left-hand corner of the screen and resets the terminal into
-the proper non-visual mode. Calling \fBrefresh\fR or \fBdoupdate\fR after a
-temporary escape causes the program to resume visual mode.
-
-The \fBisendwin\fR routine returns \fBTRUE\fR if \fBendwin\fR has been
-called without any subsequent calls to \fBwrefresh\fR, and \fBFALSE\fR
-otherwise.
-
-The \fBset_term\fR routine is used to switch between different
-terminals. The screen reference \fBnew\fR becomes the new current
-terminal. The previous terminal is returned by the routine. This is
-the only routine which manipulates \fBSCREEN\fR pointers; all other
-routines affect only the current terminal.
-
-The \fBdelscreen\fR routine frees storage associated with the
-\fBSCREEN\fR data structure. The \fBendwin\fR routine does not do
-this, so \fBdelscreen\fR should be called after \fBendwin\fR if a
-particular \fBSCREEN\fR is no longer needed.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-\fBendwin\fR returns the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and \fBOK\fR
-upon successful completion.
-
-Routines that return pointers always return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBinitscr\fR and \fBnewterm\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_kernel\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_slk\fR(3), \fBcurs_util\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_inopts.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_inopts.3
deleted file mode 100644
index acd30ca703f4..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_inopts.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,172 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_inopts 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBcbreak\fR, \fBnocbreak\fR, \fBecho\fR,
-\fBnoecho\fR, \fBhalfdelay\fR, \fBintrflush\fR, \fBkeypad\fR,
-\fBmeta\fR, \fBnodelay\fR, \fBnotimeout\fR, \fBraw\fR, \fBnoraw\fR,
-\fBnoqiflush\fR, \fBqiflush\fR, \fBtimeout\fR, \fBwtimeout\fR,
-\fBtypeahead\fR - \fBncurses\fR input options
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint cbreak(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint nocbreak(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint echo(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint noecho(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint halfdelay(int tenths);\fR
-.br
-\fBint intrflush(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint keypad(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint meta(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint nodelay(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint notimeout(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint raw(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint noraw(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid noqiflush(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid qiflush(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid timeout(int delay);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid wtimeout(WINDOW *win, int delay);\fR
-.br
-\fBint typeahead(int fd);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-Normally, the tty driver buffers typed characters until a newline or carriage
-return is typed. The \fBcbreak\fR routine disables line buffering and
-erase/kill character-processing (interrupt and flow control characters are
-unaffected), making characters typed by the user immediately available to the
-program. The \fBnocbreak\fR routine returns the terminal to normal (cooked)
-mode.
-
-Initially the terminal may or may not be in \fBcbreak\fR mode, as the mode is
-inherited; therefore, a program should call \fBcbreak\fR or \fBnocbreak\fR
-explicitly. Most interactive programs using \fBncurses\fR set the \fBcbreak\fR
-mode. Note that \fBcbreak\fR overrides \fBraw\fR. [See curs_getch(3) for a
-discussion of how these routines interact with \fBecho\fR and \fBnoecho\fR.]
-
-The \fBecho\fR and \fBnoecho\fR routines control whether characters typed by
-the user are echoed by \fBgetch\fR as they are typed. Echoing by the tty
-driver is always disabled, but initially \fBgetch\fR is in echo mode, so
-characters typed are echoed. Authors of most interactive programs prefer to do
-their own echoing in a controlled area of the screen, or not to echo at all, so
-they disable echoing by calling \fBnoecho\fR. [See curs_getch(3) for a
-discussion of how these routines interact with \fBcbreak\fR and
-\fBnocbreak\fR.]
-
-The \fBhalfdelay\fR routine is used for half-delay mode, which is similar to
-\fBcbreak\fR mode in that characters typed by the user are immediately
-available to the program. However, after blocking for \fItenths\fR tenths of
-seconds, ERR is returned if nothing has been typed. The value of \fBtenths\fR
-must be a number between 1 and 255. Use \fBnocbreak\fR to leave half-delay
-mode.
-
-If the \fBintrflush\fR option is enabled, (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR), when an
-interrupt key is pressed on the keyboard (interrupt, break, quit) all output in
-the tty driver queue will be flushed, giving the effect of faster response to
-the interrupt, but causing \fBncurses\fR to have the wrong idea of what is on
-the screen. Disabling (\fIbf\fR is \fBFALSE\fR), the option prevents the
-flush. The default for the option is inherited from the tty driver settings.
-The window argument is ignored.
-
-The \fBkeypad\fR option enables the keypad of the user's terminal. If
-enabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR), the user can press a function key
-(such as an arrow key) and \fBwgetch\fR returns a single value
-representing the function key, as in \fBKEY_LEFT\fR. If disabled
-(\fIbf\fR is \fBFALSE\fR), \fBncurses\fR does not treat function keys
-specially and the program has to interpret the escape sequences
-itself. If the keypad in the terminal can be turned on (made to
-transmit) and off (made to work locally), turning on this option
-causes the terminal keypad to be turned on when \fBwgetch\fR is
-called. The default value for keypad is false.
-
-Initially, whether the terminal returns 7 or 8 significant bits on
-input depends on the control mode of the tty driver [see termios(4)].
-To force 8 bits to be returned, invoke \fBmeta\fR(\fIwin\fR,
-\fBTRUE\fR). To force 7 bits to be returned, invoke
-\fBmeta\fR(\fIwin\fR, \fBFALSE\fR). The window argument, \fIwin\fR,
-is always ignored. If the terminfo capabilities \fBsmm\fR (meta_on)
-and \fBrmm\fR (meta_off) are defined for the terminal, \fBsmm\fR is
-sent to the terminal when \fBmeta\fR(\fIwin\fR, \fBTRUE\fR) is called
-and \fBrmm\fR is sent when \fBmeta\fR(\fIwin\fR, \fBFALSE\fR) is
-called.
-
-The \fBnodelay\fR option causes \fBgetch\fR to be a non-blocking call.
-If no input is ready, \fBgetch\fR returns \fBERR\fR. If disabled
-(\fIbf\fR is \fBFALSE\fR), \fBgetch\fR waits until a key is pressed.
-
-While interpreting an input escape sequence, \fBwgetch\fR sets a timer
-while waiting for the next character. If \fBnotimeout(\fR\fIwin\fR,
-\fBTRUE\fR) is called, then \fBwgetch\fR does not set a timer. The
-purpose of the timeout is to differentiate between sequences received
-from a function key and those typed by a user.
-
-With the \fBraw\fR and \fBnoraw\fR routines, the terminal is placed
-into or out of raw mode. Raw mode is similar to \fBcbreak\fR mode, in
-that characters typed are immediately passed through to the user
-program. The differences are that in raw mode, the interrupt, quit,
-suspend, and flow control characters are all passed through
-uninterpreted, instead of generating a signal. The behavior of the
-BREAK key depends on other bits in the tty driver that are not set by
-\fBncurses\fR.
-
-When the \fBnoqiflush\fR routine is used, normal flush of input and
-output queues associated with the \fBINTR\fR, \fBQUIT\fR and
-\fBSUSP\fR characters will not be done [see termios(4)]. When
-\fBqiflush\fR is called, the queues will be flushed when these control
-characters are read.
-
-The \fBtimeout\fR and \fBwtimeout\fR routines set blocking or
-non-blocking read for a given window. If \fIdelay\fR is negative,
-blocking read is used (\fIi\fR.\fIe\fR., waits indefinitely for
-input). If \fIdelay\fR is zero, then non-blocking read is used
-(\fIi\fR.\fIe\fR., read returns \fBERR\fR if no input is waiting). If
-\fIdelay\fR is positive, then read blocks for \fIdelay\fR
-milliseconds, and returns \fBERR\fR if there is still no input.
-Hence, these routines provide the same functionality as \fBnodelay\fR,
-plus the additional capability of being able to block for only
-\fIdelay\fR milliseconds (where \fIdelay\fR is positive).
-
-\fBncurses\fR does ``line-breakout optimization'' by looking for
-typeahead periodically while updating the screen. If input is found,
-and it is coming from a tty, the current update is postponed until
-\fBrefresh\fR or \fBdoupdate\fR is called again. This allows faster
-response to commands typed in advance. Normally, the input FILE
-pointer passed to \fBnewterm\fR, or \fBstdin\fR in the case that
-\fBinitscr\fR was used, will be used to do this typeahead checking.
-The \fBtypeahead\fR routine specifies that the file descriptor
-\fIfd\fR is to be used to check for typeahead instead. If \fIfd\fR is
--1, then no typeahead checking is done.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an
-integer value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless otherwise
-noted in the preceding routine descriptions.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBecho\fR, \fBnoecho\fR, \fBhalfdelay\fR, \fBintrflush\fR,
-\fBmeta\fR, \fBnodelay\fR, \fBnotimeout\fR, \fBnoqiflush\fR,
-\fBqiflush\fR, \fBtimeout\fR, and \fBwtimeout\fR may be macros.
-.SH BUGS
-The entry points \fBintrflush\fR, \fBqiflush\fR, \fBnoqiflush\fR, and
-\fBtypeahead\fR are not yet implemented in ncurses 1.8.6. The ncurses
-code does not do typeahead checking during input as SVr4 curses does.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_getch\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBtermios\fR(4)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_insch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_insch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index ab193a6791cb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_insch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,38 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_insch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinsch\fR, \fBwinsch\fR, \fBmvinsch\fR,
-\fBmvwinsch\fR - insert a character before cursor in a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint insch(chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winsch(WINDOW *win, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinsch(int y, int x, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinsch(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, chtype ch);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines, insert the character \fIch\fR before the character under the
-cursor. All characters to the right of the cursor are moved one space to the
-right, with the possibility of the rightmost character on the line being lost.
-The insertion operation does not change the cursor position.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-These routines do not necessarily imply use of a hardware insert character
-feature.
-
-Note that \fBinsch\fR, \fBmvinsch\fR, and \fBmvwinsch\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_insstr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_insstr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 37faf3c28098..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_insstr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,59 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_insstr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinsstr\fR, \fBinsnstr\fR, \fBwinsstr\fR, \fBwinsnstr\fR,
-\fBmvinsstr\fR, \fBmvinsnstr\fR, \fBmvwinsstr\fR,
-\fBmvwinsnstr\fR - insert string before cursor a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint insstr(char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint insnstr(char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winsstr(WINDOW *win, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winsnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinsstr(int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinsnstr(int y, int x, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinsstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinsnstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines insert a character string (as many characters as will fit on the
-line) before the character under the cursor. All characters to the right of
-the cursor are shifted right, with the possibility of the rightmost characters
-on the line being lost. The cursor position does not change (after moving to
-\fIy\fR, \fIx\fR, if specified). The four routines with \fIn\fR as the last
-argument insert a leading substring of at most \fIn\fR characters. If
-\fIn\fR<=0, then the entire string is inserted.
-
-If a character in \fIstr\fR is a tab, newline, carriage return or
-backspace, the cursor is moved appropriately within the window. A
-newline also does a \fBclrtoeol\fR before moving. Tabs are considered
-to be at every eighth column. If a character in \fIstr\fR is another
-control character, it is drawn in the \fB^\fR\fIX\fR notation.
-Calling \fBwinch\fR after adding a control character (and moving to
-it, if necessary) does not return the control character, but instead
-returns a character in the ^-representation of the control character.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH BUGS
-Entry points for these functions are in ncurses.h but they are not
-implemented as of ncurses 1.8.6.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all but \fBwinsnstr\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_clear\fR(3), \fBcurs_inch\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_instr.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_instr.3
deleted file mode 100644
index c03f6c3c4a7c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_instr.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-.\"
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_instr 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBinstr\fR, \fBinnstr\fR, \fBwinstr\fR, \fBwinnstr\fR,
-\fBmvinstr\fR, \fBmvinnstr\fR, \fBmvwinstr\fR,
-\fBmvwinnstr\fR - get a string of characters from a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint instr(char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint innstr(char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winstr(WINDOW *win, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint winnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinstr(int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvinnstr(int y, int x, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwinnstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *str, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines return a string of characters in \fIstr\fR, extracted starting
-at the current cursor position in the named window and ending at the right
-margin of the window. Attributes are stripped from the characters. The four
-functions with \fIn\fR as the last argument return a leading substring at most
-\fIn\fR characters long.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all routines except \fBwinnstr\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"
-.\"# End:
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_kernel.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_kernel.3
deleted file mode 100644
index c1161c355324..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_kernel.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,117 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_kernel 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBdef_prog_mode\fR, \fBdef_shell_mode\fR,
-\fBreset_prog_mode\fR, \fBreset_shell_mode\fR, \fBresetty\fR,
-\fBsavetty\fR, \fBgetsyx\fR, \fBsetsyx\fR, \fBripoffline\fR,
-\fBcurs_set\fR, \fBnapms\fR - low-level \fBncurses\fR routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint def_prog_mode(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint def_shell_mode(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint reset_prog_mode(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint reset_shell_mode(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint resetty(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint savetty(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint getsyx(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint setsyx(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint ripoffline(int line, int (*init)(WINDOW *, int));\fR
-.br
-\fBint curs_set(int visibility);\fR
-.br
-\fBint napms(int ms);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The following routines give low-level access to various \fBncurses\fR
-capabilities. Theses routines typically are used inside library
-routines.
-
-The \fBdef_prog_mode\fR and \fBdef_shell_mode\fR routines save the
-current terminal modes as the "program" (in \fBncurses\fR) or "shell"
-(not in \fBncurses\fR) state for use by the \fBreset_prog_mode\fR and
-\fBreset_shell_mode\fR routines. This is done automatically by
-\fBinitscr\fR.
-
-The \fBreset_prog_mode\fR and \fBreset_shell_mode\fR routines restore
-the terminal to "program" (in \fBncurses\fR) or "shell" (out of
-\fBncurses\fR) state. These are done automatically by \fBendwin\fR
-and, after an \fBendwin\fR, by \fBdoupdate\fR, so they normally are
-not called.
-
-The \fBresetty\fR and \fBsavetty\fR routines save and restore the
-state of the terminal modes. \fBsavetty\fR saves the current state in
-a buffer and \fBresetty\fR restores the state to what it was at the
-last call to \fBsavetty\fR.
-
-With the \fBgetsyx\fR routine, the current coordinates of the virtual
-screen cursor are returned in \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR. If \fBleaveok\fR
-is currently \fBTRUE\fR, then \fB-1\fR,\fB-1\fR is returned. If lines
-have been removed from the top of the screen, using \fBripoffline\fR,
-\fIy\fR and \fIx\fR include these lines; therefore, \fIy\fR and
-\fIx\fR should be used only as arguments for \fBsetsyx\fR.
-
-With the \fBsetsyx\fR routine, the virtual screen cursor is set to
-\fIy\fR, \fIx\fR. If \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR are both \fB-1\fR, then
-\fBleaveok\fR is set. The two routines \fBgetsyx\fR and \fBsetsyx\fR
-are designed to be used by a library routine, which manipulates
-\fBncurses\fR windows but does not want to change the current position
-of the program's cursor. The library routine would call \fBgetsyx\fR
-at the beginning, do its manipulation of its own windows, do a
-\fBwnoutrefresh\fR on its windows, call \fBsetsyx\fR, and then call
-\fBdoupdate\fR.
-
-The \fBripoffline\fR routine provides access to the same facility that
-\fBslk_init\fR [see curs_slk(3)] uses to reduce the size of the
-screen. \fBripoffline\fR must be called before \fBinitscr\fR or
-\fBnewterm\fR is called. If \fIline\fR is positive, a line is removed
-from the top of \fBstdscr\fR; if \fIline\fR is negative, a line is
-removed from the bottom. When this is done inside \fBinitscr\fR, the
-routine \fBinit\fR (supplied by the user) is called with two
-arguments: a window pointer to the one-line window that has been
-allocated and an integer with the number of columns in the window.
-Inside this initialization routine, the integer variables \fBLINES\fR
-and \fBCOLS\fR (defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR) are not guaranteed to be
-accurate and \fBwrefresh\fR or \fBdoupdate\fR must not be called. It
-is allowable to call \fBwnoutrefresh\fR during the initialization
-routine.
-
-\fBripoffline\fR can be called up to five times before calling \fBinitscr\fR or
-\fBnewterm\fR.
-
-The \fBcurs_set\fR routine sets the cursor state is set to invisible,
-normal, or very visible for \fBvisibility\fR equal to \fB0\fR,
-\fB1\fR, or \fB2\fR respectively. If the terminal supports the
-\fIvisibility\fR requested, the previous \fIcursor\fR state is
-returned; otherwise, \fBERR\fR is returned.
-
-The \fBnapms\fR routine is used to sleep for \fIms\fR milliseconds.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Except for \fBcurs_set\fR, these routines always return \fBOK\fR.
-\fBcurs_set\fR returns the previous cursor state, or \fBERR\fR if the
-requested \fIvisibility\fR is not supported.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBgetsyx\fR is a macro, so \fB&\fR is not necessary before
-the variables \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR.
-
-The SVr4 man pages warn that the return value of \fBcurs_set\fR "is currently
-incorrect". This implementation gets it right, but it may be unwise to count
-on the correctness of the return value anywhere else.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_scr_dmp\fR(3), \fBcurs_slk\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_move.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_move.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 0daa402440c1..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_move.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_move 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBmove\fR, \fBwmove\fR - move \fBncurses\fR window cursor
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint move(int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wmove(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines move the cursor associated with the window to line \fIy\fR and
-column \fIx\fR. This routine does not move the physical cursor of the terminal
-until \fBrefresh\fR is called. The position specified is relative to the upper
-left-hand corner of the window, which is (0,0).
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-These routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBmove\fR may be a macro.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_outopts.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_outopts.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 727003da31cb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_outopts.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,117 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_outopts 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBclearok\fR, \fBidlok\fR, \fBidcok immedok\fR,
-\fBleaveok\fR, \fBsetscrreg\fR, \fBwsetscrreg\fR, \fBscrollok\fR,
-\fBnl\fR, \fBnonl\fR - \fBncurses\fR output options
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint clearok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint idlok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid idcok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid immedok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint leaveok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint setscrreg(int top, int bot);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wsetscrreg(WINDOW *win, int top, int bot);\fR
-.br
-\fBint scrollok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBint nl(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint nonl(void);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These routines set options that change the style of output within
-\fBncurses\fR. All options are initially \fBFALSE\fR, unless otherwise stated.
-It is not necessary to turn these options off before calling \fBendwin\fR.
-
-With the \fBclearok\fR routine, if enabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR), the next
-call to \fBwrefresh\fR with this window will clear the screen completely and
-redraw the entire screen from scratch. This is useful when the contents of the
-screen are uncertain, or in some cases for a more pleasing visual effect. If
-the \fIwin\fR argument to \fBclearok\fR is the global variable \fBcurscr\fR,
-the next call to \fBwrefresh\fR with any window causes the screen to be cleared
-and repainted from scratch.
-
-With the \fBidlok\fR routine, if enabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR),
-\fBncurses\fR considers using the hardware insert/delete line feature of
-terminals so equipped. If disabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBFALSE\fR), \fBncurses\fR
-very seldom uses this feature. (The insert/delete character feature is always
-considered.) This option should be enabled only if the application needs
-insert/delete line, for example, for a screen editor. It is disabled by
-default because insert/delete line tends to be visually annoying when used in
-applications where it isn't really needed. If insert/delete line cannot be
-used, \fBncurses\fR redraws the changed portions of all lines.
-
-With the \fBidcok\fR routine, if enabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR),
-\fBncurses\fR considers using the hardware insert/delete character feature of
-terminals so equipped. This is enabled by default.
-
-With the \fBimmedok\fR routine, if enabled (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE)\fR, any change
-in the window image, such as the ones caused by \fBwaddch, wclrtobot, wscrl\fR,
-\fIetc\fR., automatically cause a call to \fBwrefresh\fR. However, it may
-degrade the performance considerably, due to repeated calls to \fBwrefresh\fR.
-It is disabled by default.
-
-Normally, the hardware cursor is left at the location of the window cursor
-being refreshed. The \fBleaveok\fR option allows the cursor to be left
-wherever the update happens to leave it. It is useful for applications where
-the cursor is not used, since it reduces the need for cursor motions. If
-possible, the cursor is made invisible when this option is enabled.
-
-The \fBsetscrreg\fR and \fBwsetscrreg\fR routines allow the application
-programmer to set a software scrolling region in a window. \fItop\fR and
-\fIbot\fR are the line numbers of the top and bottom margin of the scrolling
-region. (Line 0 is the top line of the window.) If this option and
-\fBscrollok\fR are enabled, an attempt to move off the bottom margin line
-causes all lines in the scrolling region to scroll up one line. Only the text
-of the window is scrolled. (Note that this has nothing to do with the use of a
-physical scrolling region capability in the terminal, like that in the VT100.
-If \fBidlok\fR is enabled and the terminal has either a scrolling region or
-insert/delete line capability, they will probably be used by the output
-routines.)
-
-The \fBscrollok\fR option controls what happens when the cursor of a window is
-moved off the edge of the window or scrolling region, either as a result of a
-newline action on the bottom line, or typing the last character of the last
-line. If disabled, (\fIbf\fR is \fBFALSE\fR), the cursor is left on the bottom
-line. If enabled, (\fIbf\fR is \fBTRUE\fR), \fBwrefresh\fR is called on the
-window, and the physical terminal and window are scrolled up one line. [Note
-that in order to get the physical scrolling effect on the terminal, it is also
-necessary to call \fBidlok\fR.]
-
-The \fBnl\fR and \fBnonl\fR routines control whether newline is translated into
-carriage return and linefeed on output, and whether return is translated into
-newline on input. Initially, the translations do occur. By disabling these
-translations using \fBnonl\fR, \fBncurses\fR is able to make better use of the
-linefeed capability, resulting in faster cursor motion.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-\fBsetscrreg\fR and \fBwsetscrreg\fR return \fBOK\fR upon success and \fBERR\fR upon failure.
-All other routines that return an integer always return \fBOK\fR.
-.SH BUGS
-The entry points \fBidcok\fR, \fBimmedok\fR are not yet implemented in
-ncurses 1.8.6. Setting \fIidlok\fR has unfortunate effects on scrolling
-windows.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBclearok\fR, \fBleaveok\fR, \fBscrollok\fR, \fBidcok\fR, \fBnl\fR,
-\fBnonl\fR and \fBsetscrreg\fR may be macros.
-
-The \fBimmedok\fR routine is useful for windows that are used as terminal
-emulators.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_addch\fR(3), \fBcurs_clear\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_scroll\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_overlay.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_overlay.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 6c1cd750b037..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_overlay.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_overlay 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBoverlay\fR, \fBoverwrite\fR,
-\fBcopywin\fR - overlay and manipulate overlapped \fBncurses\fR windows
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint overlay(WINDOW *srcwin, WINDOW *dstwin);\fR
-.br
-\fBint overwrite(WINDOW *srcwin, WINDOW *dstwin);\fR
-.br
-\fBint copywin(WINDOW *srcwin, WINDOW *dstwin, int sminrow,
- int smincol, int dminrow, int dmincol, int dmaxrow,
- int dmaxcol, int overlay);\fR
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBoverlay\fR and \fBoverwrite\fR routines overlay \fIsrcwin\fR on
-top of \fIdstwin\fR. \fIscrwin\fR and \fIdstwin\fR are not required
-to be the same size; only text where the two windows overlap is
-copied. The difference is that \fBoverlay\fR is non-destructive
-(blanks are not copied) whereas \fBoverwrite\fR is destructive.
-
-The \fBcopywin\fR routine provides a finer granularity of control over the
-\fBoverlay\fR and \fBoverwrite\fR routines. Like in the \fBprefresh\fR
-routine, a rectangle is specified in the destination window, (\fIdminrow\fR,
-\fIdmincol\fR) and (\fIdmaxrow\fR, \fIdmaxcol\fR), and the upper-left-corner
-coordinates of the source window, (\fIsminrow\fR, \fIsmincol\fR). If the
-argument \fIoverlay\fR is \fBtrue\fR, then copying is non-destructive, as in
-\fBoverlay\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBoverlay\fR and \fBoverwrite\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_pad\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_pad.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_pad.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 9316cb39a90c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_pad.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,76 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_pad 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBnewpad\fR, \fBsubpad\fR, \fBprefresh\fR,
-\fBpnoutrefresh\fR, \fBpechochar\fR - create and display \fBncurses\fR pads
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBWINDOW *newpad(int nlines, int ncols);\fR
-.br
-\fBWINDOW *subpad(WINDOW *orig, int nlines, int ncols,
- int begin_y, int begin_x);\fR
-\fBint prefresh(WINDOW *pad, int pminrow, int pmincol,
- int sminrow, int smincol, int smaxrow, int smaxcol);\fR
-\fBint pnoutrefresh(WINDOW *pad, int pminrow, int pmincol,
- int sminrow, int smincol, int smaxrow, int smaxcol);\fR
-\fBint pechochar(WINDOW *pad, chtype ch);\fR
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBnewpad\fR routine creates and returns a pointer to a new pad data
-structure with the given number of lines, \fInlines\fR, and columns,
-\fIncols\fR. A pad is like a window, except that it is not restricted by the
-screen size, and is not necessarily associated with a particular part of the
-screen. Pads can be used when a large window is needed, and only a part of the
-window will be on the screen at one time. Automatic refreshes of pads
-(\fIe\fR.\fIg\fR., from scrolling or echoing of input) do not occur. It is not
-legal to call \fBwrefresh\fR with a \fIpad\fR as an argument; the routines
-\fBprefresh\fR or \fBpnoutrefresh\fR should be called instead. Note that these
-routines require additional parameters to specify the part of the pad to be
-displayed and the location on the screen to be used for the display.
-
-The \fBsubpad\fR routine creates and returns a pointer to a subwindow within a
-pad with the given number of lines, \fInlines\fR, and columns, \fIncols\fR.
-Unlike \fBsubwin\fR, which uses screen coordinates, the window is at position
-(\fIbegin\fR_\fIx\fR\fB,\fR \fIbegin\fR_\fIy\fR) on the pad. The window is
-made in the middle of the window \fIorig\fR, so that changes made to one window
-affect both windows. During the use of this routine, it will often be
-necessary to call \fBtouchwin\fR or \fBtouchline\fR on \fIorig\fR before
-calling \fBprefresh\fR.
-
-The \fBprefresh\fR and \fBpnoutrefresh\fR routines are analogous to
-\fBwrefresh\fR and \fBwnoutrefresh\fR except that they relate to pads instead
-of windows. The additional parameters are needed to indicate what part of the
-pad and screen are involved. \fIpminrow\fR and \fIpmincol\fR specify the upper
-left-hand corner of the rectangle to be displayed in the pad. \fIsminrow\fR,
-\fIsmincol\fR, \fIsmaxrow\fR, and \fIsmaxcol\fR specify the edges of the
-rectangle to be displayed on the screen. The lower right-hand corner of the
-rectangle to be displayed in the pad is calculated from the screen coordinates,
-since the rectangles must be the same size. Both rectangles must be entirely
-contained within their respective structures. Negative values of
-\fIpminrow\fR, \fIpmincol\fR, \fIsminrow\fR, or \fIsmincol\fR are treated as if
-they were zero.
-
-The \fBpechochar\fR routine is functionally equivalent to a call to \fBaddch\fR
-followed by a call to \fBrefresh\fR, a call to \fBwaddch\fR followed by a call
-to \fBwrefresh\fR, or a call to \fBwaddch\fR followed by a call to
-\fBprefresh.\fR The knowledge that only a single character is being output is
-taken into consideration and, for non-control characters, a considerable
-performance gain might be seen by using these routines instead of their
-equivalents. In the case of \fBpechochar\fR, the last location of the pad on
-the screen is reused for the arguments to \fBprefresh\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-
-Routines that return pointers return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBpechochar\fR may be a macro.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3), \fBcurs_touch\fR(3), \fBcurs_addch\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_printw.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_printw.3
deleted file mode 100644
index d86bbd191aa1..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_printw.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_printw 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBprintw\fR, \fBwprintw\fR, \fBmvprintw\fR,
-\fBmvwprintw\fR, \fBvwprintw\fR - print formatted output in \fBncurses\fR windows
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint printw(char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wprintw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvprintw(int y, int x, char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwprintw(WINDOW *win, int y, int x,
- \fBchar *fmt\fR [\fB, arg]\fR ...);
-
-\fB#include <varargs.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint vwprintw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, varglist);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBprintw\fR, \fBwprintw\fR, \fBmvprintw\fR and \fBmvwprintw\fR
-routines are analogous to \fBprintf\fR [see \fBprintf\fR(3)]. In
-effect, the string that would be output by \fBprintf\fR is output
-instead as though \fBwaddstr\fR were used on the given window.
-
-The \fBvwprintw\fR routine is analogous to \fBvprintf\fR [see
-\fBprintf\fR(3)] and performs a \fBwprintw\fR using a variable
-argument list. The third argument is a \fBva_list\fR, a pointer to a
-list of arguments, as defined in \fB<varargs.h>\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBprintf\fR(3), \fBvprintf(3)\fR
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_refresh.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_refresh.3
deleted file mode 100644
index a71887aaf74b..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_refresh.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,71 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_refresh 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBrefresh\fR, \fBwrefresh\fR, \fBwnoutrefresh\fR,
-\fBdoupdate\fR, \fBredrawwin\fR,
-\fBwredrawln\fR - refresh \fBncurses\fR windows and lines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint refresh(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wrefresh(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wnoutrefresh(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint doupdate(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint redrawwin(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wredrawln(WINDOW *win, int beg_line, int num_lines);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBrefresh\fR and \fBwrefresh\fR routines (or \fBwnoutrefresh\fR and
-\fBdoupdate\fR) must be called to get actual output to the terminal, as other
-routines merely manipulate data structures. The routine \fBwrefresh\fR copies
-the named window to the physical terminal screen, taking into account what is
-already there in order to do optimizations. The \fBrefresh\fR routine is the
-same, using \fBstdscr\fR as the default window. Unless \fBleaveok\fR has been
-enabled, the physical cursor of the terminal is left at the location of the
-cursor for that window.
-
-The \fBwnoutrefresh\fR and \fBdoupdate\fR routines allow multiple updates with
-more efficiency than \fBwrefresh\fR alone. In addition to all the window
-structures, \fBncurses\fR keeps two data structures representing the terminal
-screen: a physical screen, describing what is actually on the screen, and a
-virtual screen, describing what the programmer wants to have on the screen.
-
-The routine \fBwrefresh\fR works by first calling \fBwnoutrefresh\fR, which
-copies the named window to the virtual screen, and then calling \fBdoupdate\fR,
-which compares the virtual screen to the physical screen and does the actual
-update. If the programmer wishes to output several windows at once, a series
-of calls to \fBwrefresh\fR results in alternating calls to \fBwnoutrefresh\fR
-and \fBdoupdate\fR, causing several bursts of output to the screen. By first
-calling \fBwnoutrefresh\fR for each window, it is then possible to call
-\fBdoupdate\fR once, resulting in only one burst of output, with fewer total
-characters transmitted and less CPU time used. If the \fIwin\fR argument to
-\fBwrefresh\fR is the global variable \fBcurscr\fR, the screen is immediately
-cleared and repainted from scratch.
-
-The \fBredrawwin\fR routine indicates to \fBncurses\fR that some screen lines
-are corrupted and should be thrown away before anything is written over them.
-These routines could be used for programs such as editors, which want a command
-to redraw some part of the screen or the entire screen. The routine
-\fBredrawln\fR is preferred over \fBredrawwin\fR where a noisy communication
-line exists and redrawing the entire window could be subject to even more
-communication noise. Just redrawing several lines offers the possibility that
-they would show up unblemished.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBrefresh\fR and \fBredrawwin\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_scanw.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_scanw.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 5b701d3c2ec3..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_scanw.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,45 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_scanw 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBscanw\fR, \fBwscanw\fR, \fBmvscanw\fR,
-\fBmvwscanw\fR, \fBvwscanw\fR - convert formatted input from a \fBncurses\fR widow
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint scanw(char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wscanw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvscanw(int y, int x, char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg\fR] \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwscanw(WINDOW *win, int y, int x,
- char *fmt\fR [\fB, arg]\fR \fB...);\fR
-.br
-\fBint vwscanw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, va_list varglist);\fR
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBscanw\fR, \fBwscanw\fR and \fBmvscanw\fR routines are analogous to
-\fBscanf\fR [see \fBscanf\fR(3)]. The effect of these routines is as though
-\fBwgetstr\fR were called on the window, and the resulting line used as input
-for \fBsscanf\fR(3). Fields which do not map to a variable in the \fIfmt\fR
-field are lost.
-
-The \fBvwscanw\fR routine is similar to \fBvwprintw\fR in that it performs a
-\fBwscanw\fR using a variable argument list. The third argument is a
-\fIva\fR_\fIlist\fR, a pointer to a list of arguments, as defined in
-\fB<varargs.h>\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-\fBvwscanw\fR returns \fBERR\fR on failure and an integer equal to the
-number of fields scanned on success.
-
-Applications may use the return value from the \fBscanw\fR, \fBwscanw\fR,
-\fBmvscanw\fR and \fBmvwscanw\fR routines to determine the number of fields
-which were mapped in the call.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_getstr\fR(3), \fBcurs_printw\fR(3), \fBscanf\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_scr_dmp.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_scr_dmp.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 8c2270fd0a60..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_scr_dmp.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,60 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_scr_dump 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBscr_dump\fR, \fBscr_restore\fR,
-\fBscr_init\fR,
-\fBscr_set\fR - read (write) a \fBncurses\fR screen from (to) a file
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint scr_dump(char *filename);\fR
-.br
-\fBint scr_restore(char *filename);\fR
-.br
-\fBint scr_init(char *filename);\fR
-.br
-\fBint scr_set(char *filename);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBscr_dump\fR routine dumps the current contents of the virtual screen
-to the file \fIfilename\fR.
-
-The \fBscr_restore\fR routine sets the virtual screen to the contents
-of \fIfilename\fR, which must have been written using \fBscr_dump\fR. The next
-call to \fBdoupdate\fR restores the screen to the way it looked in the dump
-file.
-
-The \fBscr_init\fR routine reads in the contents of \fIfilename\fR and uses
-them to initialize the \fBncurses\fR data structures about what the terminal
-currently has on its screen. If the data is determined to be valid,
-\fBncurses\fR bases its next update of the screen on this information rather
-than clearing the screen and starting from scratch. \fBscr_init\fR is used
-after \fBinitscr\fR or a \fBsystem\fR [see \fBsystem\fR(BA_LIB)] call to share
-the screen with another process which has done a \fBscr_dump\fR after its
-\fBendwin\fR call. The data is declared invalid if the time-stamp of the tty
-is old or the terminfo capabilities \fBrmcup\fR and \fBnrrmc\fR exist.
-
-The \fBscr_set\fR routine is a combination of \fBscr_restore\fR and
-\fBscr_init\fR. It tells the program that the information in \fIfilename\fR is
-what is currently on the screen, and also what the program wants on the screen.
-This can be thought of as a screen inheritance function.
-
-To read (write) a window from (to) a file, use the \fBgetwin\fR and
-\fBputwin\fR routines [see \fBcurs_util\fR(3)].
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and \fBOK\fR
-upon success.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBscr_init\fR, \fBscr_set\fR, and \fBscr_restore\fR may be macros.
-.BUGS
-The time-stamp and rmcup/nrrmc checks are not implemented in \fBncurses\fR(3).
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3),
-\fBcurs_util\fR(3), \fBsystem\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_scroll.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_scroll.3
deleted file mode 100644
index fc797357b1ba..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_scroll.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_scroll 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBscroll\fR, \fBscrl\fR, \fBwscrl\fR - scroll a \fBncurses\fR window
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint scroll(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint scrl(int n);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wscrl(WINDOW *win, int n);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBscroll\fR routine scrolls the window up one line. This involves moving
-the lines in the window data structure. As an optimization, if the scrolling
-region of the window is the entire screen, the physical screen is scrolled at
-the same time.
-
-With the \fBscrl\fR and \fBwscrl\fR routines, for positive \fIn\fR scroll the
-window up \fIn\fR lines (line \fIi\fR+\fIn\fR becomes \fIi\fR); otherwise
-scroll the window down \fIn\fR lines. This involves moving the lines in the
-window character image structure. The current cursor position is not changed.
-
-For these functions to work, scrolling must be enabled via \fBscrollok\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBscrl\fR and \fBscroll\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_slk.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_slk.3
deleted file mode 100644
index ae846eb4c97c..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_slk.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,87 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_slk 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBslk_init\fR, \fBslk_set\fR, \fBslk_refresh\fR,
-\fBslk_noutrefresh\fR, \fBslk_label\fR, \fBslk_clear\fR, \fBslk_restore\fR,
-\fBslk_touch\fR, \fBslk_attron\fR, \fBslk_attrset\fR,
-\fBslk_attroff\fR - \fBncurses\fR soft label routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint slk_init(int fmt);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_set(int labnum, char *label, int fmt);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_refresh(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_noutrefresh(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *slk_label(int labnum);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_clear(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_restore(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_touch(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_attron(chtype attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_attrset(chtype attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint slk_attroff(chtype attrs);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The slk* functions manipulate the set of soft function-key labels that exist on
-many terminals. For those terminals that do not have soft labels,
-\fBncurses\fR takes over the bottom line of \fBstdscr\fR, reducing the size of
-\fBstdscr\fR and the variable \fBLINES\fR. \fBncurses\fR standardizes on eight
-labels of up to eight characters each.
-
-The \fBslk_init\fR routine must be called before \fBinitscr\fR or \fBnewterm\fR
-is called. If \fBinitscr\fR eventually uses a line from \fBstdscr\fR to
-emulate the soft labels, then \fIfmt\fR determines how the labels are arranged
-on the screen. Setting \fIfmt\fR to \fB0\fR indicates a 3-2-3 arrangement of
-the labels; \fB1\fR indicates a 4-4 arrangement.
-
-With the \fBslk_set\fR routine, \fIlabnum\fR is the label number, from \fB1\fR
-to \fB8\fR. \fIlabel\fR is the string to be put on the label, up to eight
-characters in length. A null string or a null pointer sets up a blank label.
-\fIfmt\fR is either \fB0\fR, \fB1\fR, or \fB2\fR, indicating whether the label
-is to be left-justified, centered, or right-justified, respectively, within the
-label.
-
-The \fBslk_refresh\fR and \fBslk_noutrefresh\fR routines correspond to
-the \fBwrefresh\fR and \fBwnoutrefresh\fR routines.
-
-The \fBslk_label\fR routine returns the current label for label number
-\fIlabnum\fR, with leading and trailing blanks stripped.
-
-The \fBslk_clear\fR routine clears the soft labels from the screen.
-
-The \fBslk_restore\fR routine, restores the soft labels to the screen
-after a \fBslk_clear\fR has been performed.
-
-The \fBslk_touch\fR routine forces all the soft labels to be output
-the next time a \fBslk_noutrefresh\fR is performed.
-
-The \fBslk_attron\fR, \fBslk_attrset\fR and \fBslk_attroff\fR routines
-correspond to \fBattron\fR, \fBattrset\fR, and \fBattroff\fR. They
-have an effect only if soft labels are simulated on the bottom line of
-the screen.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-
-\fBslk_label\fR returns \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH NOTES
-Most applications would use \fBslk_noutrefresh\fR because a
-\fBwrefresh\fR is likely to follow soon.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_attr\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_termatt.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_termatt.3
deleted file mode 100644
index f41048138a6f..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_termatt.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,76 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_termattrs 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBbaudrate\fR, \fBerasechar\fR, \fBhas_ic\fR,
-\fBhas_il\fR, \fBkillchar\fR, \fBlongname\fR, \fBtermattrs\fR,
-\fBtermname\fR - \fBncurses\fR environment query routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBint baudrate(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar erasechar(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint has_ic(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBint has_il(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar killchar(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *longname(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchtype termattrs(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *termname(void);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBbaudrate\fR routine returns the output speed of the terminal. The
-number returned is in bits per second, for example \fB9600\fR, and is an
-integer.
-
-The \fBerasechar\fR routine returns the user's current erase character.
-
-The \fBhas_ic\fR routine is true if the terminal has insert- and delete-
-character capabilities.
-
-The \fBhas_il\fR routine is true if the terminal has insert- and delete-line
-capabilities, or can simulate them using scrolling regions. This might
-be used to determine if it would be appropriate to turn on physical
-scrolling using \fBscrollok\fR.
-
-The \fBkillchar\fR routine returns the user's current line kill character.
-
-The \fBlongname\fR routine returns a pointer to a static area
-containing a verbose description of the current terminal. The maximum
-length of a verbose description is 128 characters. It is defined only
-after the call to \fBinitscr\fR or \fBnewterm\fR. The area is
-overwritten by each call to \fBnewterm\fR and is not restored by
-\fBset_term\fR, so the value should be saved between calls to
-\fBnewterm\fR if \fBlongname\fR is going to be used with multiple
-terminals.
-
-If a given terminal doesn't support a video attribute that an
-application program is trying to use, \fBncurses\fR may substitute a
-different video attribute for it. The \fBtermattrs\fR function
-returns a logical \fBOR\fR of all video attributes supported by the
-terminal. This information is useful when a \fBncurses\fR program
-needs complete control over the appearance of the screen.
-
-The \fBtermname\fR routine returns the value of the environment
-variable \fBTERM\fR (truncated to 14 characters).
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-\fBlongname\fR and \fBtermname\fR return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-
-Routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer
-value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBtermattrs\fR may be a macro.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_outopts\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_termin.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_termin.3
deleted file mode 100644
index b0c1720dc5eb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_termin.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,193 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_terminfo 3 ""
-.ds n 5
-.SH NAME
-\fBsetupterm\fR, \fBsetterm\fR,
-\fBset_curterm\fR, \fBdel_curterm\fR, \fBrestartterm\fR, \fBtparm\fR,
-\fBtputs\fR, \fBputp\fR, \fBvidputs\fR, \fBvidattr\fR, \fBmvcur\fR,
-\fBtigetflag\fR, \fBtigetnum\fR,
-\fBtigetstr\fR - \fBncurses\fR interfaces to terminfo database
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fB#include <term.h>\fR
-
-\fBint setupterm(char *term, int fildes, int *errret);\fR
-.br
-\fBint setterm(char *term);\fR
-.br
-\fBint set_curterm(TERMINAL *nterm);\fR
-.br
-\fBint del_curterm(TERMINAL *oterm);\fR
-.br
-\fBint restartterm(char *term, int fildes, int *errret);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *tparm(char *str, long int p1, long int p2,
- long int p3, long int p4, long int p5, long int p6,
- long int p7, long int p8, long int p9);\fR
-.br
-\fBint tputs(char *str, int affcnt, int (*putc)(char));\fR
-.br
-\fBint putp(char *str);\fR
-.br
-\fBint vidputs(chtype attrs, int (*putc)(char));\fR
-.br
-\fBint vidattr(chtype attrs);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvcur(int oldrow, int oldcol, int newrow, int newcol);\fR
-.br
-\fBint tigetflag(char *capname);\fR
-.br
-\fBint tigetnum(char *capname);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *tigetstr(char *capname);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-These low-level routines must be called by programs that have to deal
-directly with the \fBterminfo\fR database to handle certain terminal
-capabilities, such as programming function keys. For all other
-functionality, \fBncurses\fR routines are more suitable and their use is
-recommended.
-
-Initially, \fBsetupterm\fR should be called. Note that
-\fBsetupterm\fR is automatically called by \fBinitscr\fR and
-\fBnewterm\fR. This defines the set of terminal-dependent variables
-[listed in \fBterminfo\fR(5)]. The \fBterminfo\fR variables
-\fBlines\fR and \fBcolumns\fR are initialized by \fBsetupterm\fR as
-follows: If \fBuse_env(FALSE)\fR has been called, values for
-\fBlines\fR and \fBcolumns\fR specified in \fBterminfo\fR are used.
-Otherwise, if the environment variables \fBLINES\fR and \fBCOLUMNS\fR
-exist, their values are used. If these environment variables do not
-exist and the program is running in a window, the current window size
-is used. Otherwise, if the environment variables do not exist, the
-values for \fBlines\fR and \fBcolumns\fR specified in the
-\fBterminfo\fR database are used.
-
-The header files \fBncurses.h\fR and \fBnterm.h\fR should be included (in this
-order) to get the definitions for these strings, numbers, and flags (these
-correspond to the SVr4 headers \fBcurses.h\fR and \fBterm.h\fR). Parameterized
-strings should be passed through \fBtparm\fR to instantiate them. All
-\fBterminfo\fR strings [including the output of \fBtparm\fR] should be printed
-with \fBtputs\fR or \fBputp\fR. Call the \fBreset_shell_mode\fR to restore the
-tty modes before exiting [see \fBcurs_kernel\fR(3)]. Programs which use
-cursor addressing should output \fBenter_ca_mode\fR upon startup and should
-output \fBexit_ca_mode\fR before exiting. Programs desiring shell escapes
-should call
-
-\fBreset_shell_mode\fR and output \fBexit_ca_mode\fR before the shell
-is called and should output \fBenter_ca_mode\fR and call
-\fBreset_prog_mode\fR after returning from the shell.
-
-The \fBsetupterm\fR routine reads in the \fBterminfo\fR database,
-initializing the \fBterminfo\fR structures, but does not set up the
-output virtualization structures used by \fBncurses\fR. The terminal
-type is the character string \fIterm\fR; if \fIterm\fR is null, the
-environment variable \fBTERM\fR is used. All output is to file
-descriptor \fBfildes\fR which is initialized for output. If
-\fIerrret\fR is not null, then \fBsetupterm\fR returns \fBOK\fR or
-\fBERR\fR and stores a status value in the integer pointed to by
-\fIerrret\fR. A status of \fB1\fR in \fIerrret\fR is normal, \fB0\fR
-means that the terminal could not be found, and \fB-1\fR means that
-the \fBterminfo\fR database could not be found. If \fIerrret\fR is
-null, \fBsetupterm\fR prints an error message upon finding an error
-and exits. Thus, the simplest call is:
-
- \fBsetupterm((char *)0, 1, (int *)0);\fR,
-
-which uses all the defaults and sends the output to \fBstdout\fR.
-
-The \fBsetterm\fR routine is being replaced by \fBsetupterm\fR. The call:
-
- \fBsetupterm(\fR\fIterm\fR\fB, 1, (int *)0)\fR
-
-provides the same functionality as \fBsetterm(\fR\fIterm\fR\fB)\fR.
-The \fBsetterm\fR routine is included here for BSD compatibility, and
-is not recommended for new programs.
-
-The \fBset_curterm\fR routine sets the variable \fBcur_term\fR to
-\fInterm\fR, and makes all of the \fBterminfo\fR boolean, numeric, and
-string variables use the values from \fInterm\fR.
-
-The \fBdel_curterm\fR routine frees the space pointed to by
-\fIoterm\fR and makes it available for further use. If \fIoterm\fR is
-the same as \fBcur_term\fR, references to any of the \fBterminfo\fR
-boolean, numeric, and string variables thereafter may refer to invalid
-memory locations until another \fBsetupterm\fR has been called.
-
-The \fBrestartterm\fR routine is similar to \fBsetupterm\fR and
-\fBinitscr\fR, except that it is called after restoring memory to a
-previous state. It assumes that the windows and the input and output
-options are the same as when memory was saved, but the terminal type
-and baud rate may be different.
-
-The \fBtparm\fR routine instantiates the string \fIstr\fR with
-parameters \fIpi\fR. A pointer is returned to the result of \fIstr\fR
-with the parameters applied.
-
-The \fBtputs\fR routine applies padding information to the string
-\fIstr\fR and outputs it. The \fIstr\fR must be a terminfo string
-variable or the return value from \fBtparm\fR, \fBtgetstr\fR, or
-\fBtgoto\fR. \fIaffcnt\fR is the number of lines affected, or 1 if
-not applicable. \fIputc\fR is a \fBputchar\fR-like routine to which
-the characters are passed, one at a time.
-
-The \fBputp\fR routine calls \fBtputs(\fR\fIstr\fR\fB, 1, putchar)\fR.
-Note that the output of \fBputp\fR always goes to \fBstdout\fR, not to
-the \fIfildes\fR specified in \fBsetupterm\fR.
-
-The \fBvidputs\fR routine displays the string on the terminal in the
-video attribute mode \fIattrs\fR, which is any combination of the
-attributes listed in \fBncurses\fR(3). The characters are passed to
-the \fBputchar\fR-like routine \fIputc\fR.
-
-The \fBvidattr\fR routine is like the \fBvidputs\fR routine, except
-that it outputs through \fBputchar\fR.
-
-The \fBmvcur\fR routine provides low-level cursor motion. It takes
-effect immediately (rather than at the next refresh).
-
-The \fBtigetflag\fR, \fBtigetnum\fR and \fBtigetstr\fR routines return
-the value of the capability corresponding to the \fBterminfo\fR
-\fIcapname\fR passed to them, such as \fBxenl\fR.
-
-With the \fBtigetflag\fR routine, the value \fB-1\fR is returned if
-\fIcapname\fR is not a boolean capability.
-
-With the \fBtigetnum\fR routine, the value \fB-2\fR is returned if
-\fIcapname\fR is not a numeric capability.
-
-With the \fBtigetstr\fR routine, the value \fB(char *)-1\fR is
-returned if \fIcapname\fR is not a string capability.
-
-The \fIcapname\fR for each capability is given in the table column entitled
-\fIcapname\fR code in the capabilities section of \fBterminfo\fR(5).
-
-\fBchar *boolnames\fR, \fB*boolcodes\fR, \fB*boolfnames\fR
-
-\fBchar *numnames\fR, \fB*numcodes\fR, \fB*numfnames\fR
-
-\fBchar *strnames\fR, \fB*strcodes\fR, \fB*strfnames\fR
-
-These null-terminated arrays contain the \fIcapnames\fR, the
-\fBtermcap\fR codes, and the full C names, for each of the
-\fBterminfo\fR variables.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless otherwise noted in the
-preceding routine descriptions.
-
-Routines that return pointers always return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH NOTES
-The \fBsetupterm\fR routine should be used in place of \fBsetterm\fR.
-
-Note that \fBvidattr\fR and \fBvidputs\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_kernel\fR(3),
-\fBputc\fR(3), \fBterminfo\fR(5)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_touch.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_touch.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 498f4095e3fd..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_touch.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,59 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_touch 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBtouchwin\fR, \fBtouchline\fR, \fBuntouchwin\fR,
-\fBwtouchln\fR, \fBis_linetouched\fR,
-\fBis_wintouched\fR - \fBncurses\fR refresh control routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-\fBint touchwin(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint touchline(WINDOW *win, int start, int count);\fR
-.br
-\fBint untouchwin(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint wtouchln(WINDOW *win, int y, int n, int changed);\fR
-.br
-\fBint is_linetouched(WINDOW *win, int line);\fR
-.br
-\fBint is_wintouched(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBtouchwin\fR and \fBtouchline\fR routines throw away all
-optimization information about which parts of the window have been
-touched, by pretending that the entire window has been drawn on. This
-is sometimes necessary when using overlapping windows, since a change
-to one window affects the other window, but the records of which lines
-have been changed in the other window do not reflect the change. The
-routine \fBtouchline\fR only pretends that \fIcount\fR lines have been
-changed, beginning with line \fIstart\fR.
-
-The \fBuntouchwin\fR routine marks all lines in the window as unchanged since
-the last call to \fBwrefresh\fR.
-
-The \fBwtouchln\fR routine makes \fIn\fR lines in the window, starting
-at line \fIy\fR, look as if they have (\fIchanged\fR\fB=1\fR) or have
-not (\fIchanged\fR\fB=0\fR) been changed since the last call to
-\fBwrefresh\fR.
-
-The \fBis_linetouched\fR and \fBis_wintouched\fR routines return
-\fBTRUE\fR if the specified line/window was modified since the last
-call to \fBwrefresh\fR; otherwise they return \fBFALSE\fR. In
-addition, \fBis_linetouched\fR returns \fBERR\fR if \fIline\fR is not
-valid for the given window.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-All routines return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value
-other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless otherwise noted in the
-preceding routine descriptions.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that all routines except \fBwtouchln\fR may be macros.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_util.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_util.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 0372f2398c37..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_util.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,83 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_util 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBunctrl\fR, \fBkeyname\fR, \fBfilter\fR,
-\fBuse_env\fR, \fBputwin\fR, \fBgetwin\fR, \fBdelay_output\fR,
-\fBflushinp\fR - miscellaneous \fBncurses\fR utility routines
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBchar *unctrl(chtype c);\fR
-.br
-\fBchar *keyname(int c);\fR
-.br
-\fBint filter(void);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid use_env(char bool);\fR
-.br
-\fBint putwin(WINDOW *win, FILE *filep);\fR
-.br
-\fBWINDOW *getwin(FILE *filep);\fR
-.br
-\fBint delay_output(int ms);\fR
-.br
-\fBint flushinp(void);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBunctrl\fR macro expands to a character string which is a printable
-representation of the character \fIc\fR. Control characters are displayed in
-the \fB^\fR\fIX\fR notation. Printing characters are displayed as is.
-
-The \fBkeyname\fR routine returns a character string corresponding to
-the key \fIc\fR.
-
-The \fBfilter\fR routine, if used, must be called before \fBinitscr\fR or
-\fBnewterm\fR are called. It makes \fBncurses\fR think that there is a
-one-line screen. \fBncurses\fR does not use any terminal capabilities
-that assume that they know on what line of the screen the cursor is
-positioned.
-
-The \fBuse_env\fR routine, if used, is called before \fBinitscr\fR or
-\fBnewterm\fR are called. When called with \fBFALSE\fR as an
-argument, the values of \fBlines\fR and \fBcolumns\fR specified in the
-\fIterminfo\fR database will be used, even if environment variables
-\fBLINES\fR and \fBCOLUMNS\fR (used by default) are set, or if
-\fBncurses\fR is running in a window (in which case default behavior
-would be to use the window size if \fBLINES\fR and \fBCOLUMNS\fR are
-not set).
-
-The \fBputwin\fR routine writes all data associated with window \fIwin\fR into
-the file to which \fIfilep\fR points. This information can be later retrieved
-using the \fBgetwin\fR function.
-
-The \fBgetwin\fR routine reads window related data stored in the file by
-\fBputwin\fR. The routine then creates and initializes a new window using that
-data. It returns a pointer to the new window.
-
-The \fBdelay_output\fR routine inserts an \fIms\fR millisecond pause
-in output. This routine should not be used extensively because
-padding characters are used rather than a CPU pause.
-
-The \fBflushinp\fR routine throws away any typeahead that has been typed by the
-user and has not yet been read by the program.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Except for \fBflushinp\fR, routines that return an integer return
-\fBERR\fR upon failure and an integer value other than \fBERR\fR upon
-successful completion.
-
-\fBflushinp\fR always returns \fBOK\fR.
-
-Routines that return pointers return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH BUGS
-The \fBfilter\fR entry point is not yet supported.
-.SH NOTES
-Note that \fBunctrl\fR is a macro, which is defined in <\fBunctrl.h\fR>.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_initscr\fR(3), \fBcurs_scr_dmp\fR(3).
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curs_window.3 b/lib/libncurses/curs_window.3
deleted file mode 100644
index ab83a99df2eb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curs_window.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,125 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH curs_window 3 ""
-.SH NAME
-\fBnewwin\fR, \fBdelwin\fR, \fBmvwin\fR,
-\fBsubwin\fR, \fBderwin\fR, \fBmvderwin\fR, \fBdupwin\fR,
-\fBwsyncup\fR, \fBsyncok\fR, \fBwcursyncup\fR,
-\fBwsyncdown\fR - create \fBncurses\fR windows
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-
-\fBWINDOW *newwin(int nlines, int ncols, int begin_y,\fR
- \fBintbegin_x);\fR
-
-\fBint delwin(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint mvwin(WINDOW *win, int y, int x);\fR
-.br
-\fBWINDOW *subwin(WINDOW *orig, int nlines, int ncols,
- int begin_y, int begin_x);\fR
-\fBWINDOW *derwin(WINDOW *orig, int nlines, int ncols,
- int begin_y, int begin_x);\fR
-\fBint mvderwin(WINDOW *win, int par_y, int par_x);\fR
-.br
-\fBWINDOW *dupwin(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid wsyncup(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBint syncok(WINDOW *win, bool bf);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid wcursyncup(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-\fBvoid wsyncdown(WINDOW *win);\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBnewwin\fR routine creates and returns a pointer to a new window with the
-given number of lines and columns. The upper left-hand corner of the window is
-at line \fIbegin\fR_\fIy\fR, column \fIbegin\fR_\fIx\fR. If either
-\fInlines\fR or \fIncols\fR is zero, they default to \fBLINES -\fR
-\fIbegin\fR_\fIy\fR and \fBCOLS -\fR \fIbegin\fR_\fIx\fR. A new full-screen
-window is created by calling \fBnewwin(0,0,0,0)\fR.
-
-The \fBdelwin\fR routine deletes the named window, freeing all memory
-associated with it (it does not actually erase the window's screen
-image). Subwindows must be deleted before the main window can be
-deleted.
-
-The \fBmvwin\fR routine moves the window so that the upper left-hand
-corner is at position (\fIx\fR, \fIy\fR). If the move would cause the
-window to be off the screen, it is an error and the window is not
-moved. Moving subwindows is allowed, but should be avoided.
-
-The \fBsubwin\fR routine creates and returns a pointer to a new window
-with the given number of lines, \fInlines\fR, and columns,
-\fIncols\fR. The window is at position (\fIbegin\fR_\fIy\fR,
-\fIbegin\fR_\fIx\fR) on the screen. (This position is relative to the
-screen, and not to the window \fIorig\fR.) The window is made in the
-middle of the window \fIorig\fR, so that changes made to one window
-will affect both windows. The subwindow shares memory with the window
-\fIorig\fR. When using this routine, it is necessary to call
-\fBtouchwin\fR or \fBtouchline\fR on \fIorig\fR before calling
-\fBwrefresh\fR on the subwindow.
-
-The \fBderwin\fR routine is the same as \fBsubwin,\fR except that
-\fIbegin\fR_\fIy\fR and \fIbegin\fR_\fIx\fR are relative to the origin
-of the window \fIorig\fR rather than the screen. There is no
-difference between the subwindows and the derived windows.
-
-The \fBmvderwin\fR routine moves a derived window (or subwindow)
-inside its parent window. The screen-relative parameters of the
-window are not changed. This routine is used to display different
-parts of the parent window at the same physical position on the
-screen.
-
-The \fBdupwin\fR routine creates an exact duplicate of the window \fIwin\fR.
-
-Each \fBncurses\fR window maintains two data structures: the character
-image structure and the status structure. The character image
-structure is shared among all windows in the window hierarchy
-(\fIi\fR.\fIe\fR., the window with all subwindows). The status
-structure, which contains information about individual line changes in
-the window, is private to each window. The routine \fBwrefresh\fR
-uses the status data structure when performing screen updating. Since
-status structures are not shared, changes made to one window in the
-hierarchy may not be properly reflected on the screen.
-
-The routine \fBwsyncup\fR causes the changes in the status structure
-of a window to be reflected in the status structures of its ancestors.
-If \fBsyncok\fR is called with second argument \fBTRUE\fR then
-\fBwsyncup\fR is called automatically whenever there is a change in
-the window.
-
-The routine \fBwcursyncup\fR updates the current cursor position of all the
-ancestors of the window to reflect the current cursor position of the
-window.
-
-The routine \fBwsyncdown\fR updates the status structure of the window
-to reflect the changes in the status structures of its ancestors.
-Applications seldom call this routine because it is called
-automatically by \fBwrefresh\fR.
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Routines that return an integer return the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and
-an integer value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion.
-
-\fBdelwin\fR returns the integer \fBERR\fR upon failure and \fBOK\fR
-upon successful completion.
-
-Routines that return pointers return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH NOTES
-If many small changes are made to the window, the \fBwsyncup\fR option could
-degrade performance.
-
-Note that \fBsyncok\fR may be a macro.
-.SH BUGS
-The subwindow functions (\fIsubwin\fR, \fIderwin\fR, etc.) are flaky,
-incompletely implemented, and not well tested, especially in their
-interaction with scrolling.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBncurses\fR(3), \fBcurs_refresh\fR(3), \fBcurs_touch\fR(3)
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curses.h b/lib/libncurses/curses.h
deleted file mode 100644
index a3874b9cb6b5..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curses.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,553 +0,0 @@
-
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994 *
-* by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, not removed *
-* from header files, and is reproduced in any documentation *
-* accompanying it or the applications linked with it. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-
-#ifndef __NCURSES_H
-#define __NCURSES_H
-#define CURSES 1
-#define CURSES_H 1
-
-/* This is defined in more than one ncurses header, for identification */
-#undef NCURSES_VERSION
-#define NCURSES_VERSION "1.8.6/ache"
-
-typedef unsigned long chtype;
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdarg.h>
-#ifndef NOTERMIOS
-#include <termios.h>
-#ifndef TERMIOS
-#define TERMIOS 1
-#endif
-#else
-#include <sgtty.h>
-#include <sys/ioctl.h>
-#endif
-#include <unctrl.h>
-
-#define bool char
-
-/* attributes */
-#define A_ATTRIBUTES 0xffffff00
-#define A_NORMAL 0x00000000
-#define A_STANDOUT 0x00010000
-#define A_UNDERLINE 0x00020000
-#define A_REVERSE 0x00040000
-#define A_BLINK 0x00080000
-#define A_DIM 0x00100000
-#define A_BOLD 0x00200000
-#define A_ALTCHARSET 0x00400000
-#define A_INVIS 0x00800000
-#define A_PROTECT 0x01000000
-#define A_CHARTEXT 0x000000ff
-#define A_COLOR 0x0000ff00
-#define COLOR_PAIR(n) (n << 8)
-#define PAIR_NUMBER(a) ((a & A_COLOR) >> 8)
-
-/* colors */
-extern int COLORS;
-extern int COLOR_PAIRS;
-extern unsigned char *color_pairs;
-
-#define COLOR_BLACK 0
-#define COLOR_RED 1
-#define COLOR_GREEN 2
-#define COLOR_YELLOW 3
-#define COLOR_BLUE 4
-#define COLOR_MAGENTA 5
-#define COLOR_CYAN 6
-#define COLOR_WHITE 7
-
-/* line graphics */
-
-extern chtype acs_map[];
-
-
-#define ACS_ULCORNER (acs_map['l'])
-#define ACS_LLCORNER (acs_map['m'])
-#define ACS_URCORNER (acs_map['k'])
-#define ACS_LRCORNER (acs_map['j'])
-#define ACS_RTEE (acs_map['u'])
-#define ACS_LTEE (acs_map['t'])
-#define ACS_BTEE (acs_map['v'])
-#define ACS_TTEE (acs_map['w'])
-#define ACS_HLINE (acs_map['q'])
-#define ACS_VLINE (acs_map['x'])
-#define ACS_PLUS (acs_map['n'])
-#define ACS_S1 (acs_map['o']) /* scan line 1 */
-#define ACS_S9 (acs_map['s']) /* scan line 9 */
-#define ACS_DIAMOND (acs_map['`']) /* diamond */
-#define ACS_CKBOARD (acs_map['a']) /* checker board (stipple) */
-#define ACS_DEGREE (acs_map['f']) /* degree symbol */
-#define ACS_PLMINUS (acs_map['g']) /* plus/minus */
-#define ACS_BULLET (acs_map['~']) /* bullet */
-#define ACS_LARROW (acs_map[',']) /* arrow pointing left */
-#define ACS_RARROW (acs_map['+']) /* arrow pointing right */
-#define ACS_DARROW (acs_map['.']) /* arrow pointing down */
-#define ACS_UARROW (acs_map['-']) /* arrow pointing up */
-#define ACS_BOARD (acs_map['h']) /* board of squares */
-#define ACS_LANTERN (acs_map['I']) /* lantern symbol */
-#define ACS_BLOCK (acs_map['0']) /* solid square block */
-
-#ifndef TRUE
-# define TRUE (1)
-# define FALSE (0)
-#endif
-
-#define ERR (-1)
-#define OK (0)
-
-#define _SUBWIN 0x01
-#define _ENDLINE 0x02
-#define _FULLWIN 0x04
-#define _SCROLLWIN 0x08
-#define _ISPAD 0x10
-#define _HASMOVED 0x20
-
-#define _NOCHANGE -1
-
-typedef struct screen SCREEN;
-typedef struct _win_st WINDOW;
-
-struct _win_st {
- short _cury, _curx; /* current cursor position */
- short _maxy, _maxx; /* maximum values of x and y NOT the screen dimensions */
- short _begy, _begx;
- short _flags;
- chtype _attrs;
- chtype _bkgd;
-
- /* The following should be consolidated into one bitset */
- bool _notimeout;
- bool _use_idc;
- bool _clear;
- bool _leave;
- bool _scroll;
- bool _idlok;
- bool _immed;
- bool _sync;
- bool _use_keypad; /* 0=no, 1=yes */
- bool _use_meta; /* T=use the meta key */
-
- int _delay; /* 0 = nodelay
- <0 = blocking
- >0 = delay */
- chtype **_line;
- short *_firstchar; /* First changed character in the line */
- short *_lastchar; /* Last changed character in the line */
- short _regtop; /* Top and bottom of scrolling region */
- short _regbottom;
- int _parx;
- int _pary;
- WINDOW *_parent; /* parent if a sub-window */
-};
-
-extern WINDOW *stdscr, *curscr, *newscr;
-
-extern int LINES, COLS;
-
-#ifdef __cplusplus
-extern "C" {
-#endif
-
-extern int resizeterm (int, int);
-
-#if 0 /* MYTINFO not have it */
-extern char ttytype[]; /* needed for backward compatibility */
-#endif
-
-extern int tigetflag(char *);
-extern int tigetnum(char *);
-extern char *tigetstr(char *);
-
-/* Debugging : use with libdcurses.a */
-
-extern void _init_trace(void);
-extern void _tracef(char *, ...);
-extern char *_traceattr(int mode);
-extern char *_tracechar(const unsigned char mode);
-extern void trace(const unsigned int tracelevel);
-
-/* trace masks */
-#define TRACE_DISABLE 0x00 /* turn off tracing */
-#define TRACE_ORDINARY 0x01 /* ordinary trace mode */
-#define TRACE_CHARPUT 0x02 /* also trace all character outputs */
-#define TRACE_MAXIMUM 0x0f /* maximum trace level */
-
-/* function prototypes */
-
-extern int baudrate(void);
-extern int beep(void);
-extern int cbreak(void);
-extern int clearok(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int copywin(WINDOW *,WINDOW *,int,int,int,int,int,int,int);
-extern int curs_set(int);
-extern int def_prog_mode(void);
-extern int def_shell_mode(void);
-extern int delwin(WINDOW *);
-extern WINDOW *derwin(WINDOW *,int,int,int,int);
-extern int doupdate(void);
-extern WINDOW *dupwin(WINDOW *);
-extern int echo(void);
-extern int endwin(void);
-extern char erasechar(void);
-extern int flash(void);
-extern int flushinp(void);
-extern int halfdelay(int);
-extern int idlok(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int intrflush(WINDOW *,bool);
-extern int is_linetouched(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int is_wintouched(WINDOW *);
-extern WINDOW *initscr(void);
-extern int isendwin(void);
-extern char *keyname(int);
-extern int keypad(WINDOW *,int);
-extern char killchar(void);
-extern int leaveok(WINDOW *,int);
-extern char *longname(void);
-extern int meta(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int mvcur(int,int,int,int);
-extern int mvprintw(int,int,char *,...);
-extern int mvscanw(int,int,char *,...);
-extern int mvwin(WINDOW *,int,int);
-extern int mvwprintw(WINDOW *,int,int,char *,...);
-extern int mvwscanw(WINDOW *,int,int,char *,...);
-extern WINDOW *newpad(int,int);
-extern SCREEN *newterm(char *,FILE *,FILE *);
-extern WINDOW *newwin(int,int,int,int);
-extern int nl(void);
-extern int nocbreak(void);
-extern int nodelay(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int noecho(void);
-extern int nonl(void);
-extern int noraw(void);
-extern int notimeout(WINDOW *,bool);
-extern int overlay(WINDOW *,WINDOW *);
-extern int overwrite(WINDOW *,WINDOW *);
-extern int pnoutrefresh(WINDOW *,int,int,int,int,int,int);
-extern int prefresh(WINDOW *,int,int,int,int,int,int);
-extern int printw(char *,...);
-extern int putp(char *);
-extern int raw(void);
-extern int reset_prog_mode(void);
-extern int reset_shell_mode(void);
-extern int resetty(void);
-extern int ripoffline(int line, int (*init)(WINDOW *, int));
-extern int savetty(void);
-extern int scanw(char *,...);
-extern int scrollok(WINDOW *,int);
-extern SCREEN *set_term(SCREEN *);
-extern int setupterm(char *,int,int *);
-extern WINDOW *subwin(WINDOW *,int,int,int,int);
-extern int timeout(int);
-extern char *tparm(const char *, ...);
-extern int tputs(const char *,int,int (*)(int));
-extern int typeahead(int);
-extern int ungetch(int);
-extern int vidattr(chtype);
-extern int vidputs(chtype,int (*)(int));
-extern int vwscanw(WINDOW *,char *,va_list);
-extern int vwprintw(WINDOW *,char *,va_list);
-extern int waddch(WINDOW *,chtype);
-extern int waddchnstr(WINDOW *,chtype *,int);
-extern int waddnstr(WINDOW *,char *,int);
-extern int wattron(WINDOW *,chtype);
-extern int wattroff(WINDOW *,chtype);
-extern int wbkgd(WINDOW *,chtype);
-extern int wborder(WINDOW *,chtype,chtype,chtype,chtype,chtype,chtype,chtype,chtype);
-extern int wclear(WINDOW *);
-extern int wclrtobot(WINDOW *);
-extern int wclrtoeol(WINDOW *);
-extern int wdelch(WINDOW *);
-extern int wechochar(WINDOW *, chtype);
-extern int werase(WINDOW *);
-extern int wgetch(WINDOW *);
-extern int wgetnstr(WINDOW *,char *,int maxlen);
-extern int whline(WINDOW *,chtype,int);
-extern int winnstr(WINDOW *, char *, int);
-extern int winsch(WINDOW *,chtype);
-extern int winsdelln(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int winsnstr(WINDOW *,char *,int);
-extern int wmove(WINDOW *,int,int);
-extern int wnoutrefresh(WINDOW *);
-extern int wprintw(WINDOW *,char *,...);
-extern int wredrawln(WINDOW *,int,int);
-extern int wrefresh(WINDOW *);
-extern int wscanw(WINDOW *,char *,...);
-extern int wscrl(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int wsetscrreg(WINDOW *,int,int);
-extern int wtimeout(WINDOW *,int);
-extern int wtouchln(WINDOW *,int,int,int);
-extern int wvline(WINDOW *,chtype,int);
-
-extern bool can_change_color(void);
-extern int color_content(short,short *,short *, short *);
-extern int has_colors(void);
-extern int init_color(short,short,short,short);
-extern int init_pair(short,short,short);
-extern int pair_content(short,short*,short*);
-extern int start_color(void);
-
-extern int slk_init(int);
-extern int slk_set(int,char *,int);
-extern int slk_refresh(void);
-extern int slk_noutrefresh(void);
-extern char *slk_label(int);
-extern int slk_clear(void);
-extern int slk_restore(void);
-extern int slk_touch(void);
-
-#ifdef __cplusplus
-}
-#endif
-
-/*
- * pseudo functions
- */
-#define wgetstr(w, s) wgetnstr(w, s, -1)
-
-#define napms(x) usleep(1000*x)
-#define setterm(term) setupterm(term, 1, (int *)0)
-
-#define fixterm() reset_prog_mode()
-#define resetterm() reset_shell_mode()
-#define saveterm() def_prog_mode()
-#define crmode() cbreak()
-#define nocrmode() nocbreak()
-#define gettmode()
-
-#define getyx(win,y,x) (y = (win)->_cury, x = (win)->_curx)
-#define getbegyx(win,y,x) (y = (win)->_begy, x = (win)->_begx)
-#define getmaxyx(win,y,x) (y = (win)->_maxy + 1, x = (win)->_maxx + 1)
-#define getsyx(y,x) getyx(stdscr, y, x)
-#define setsyx(y,x) (stdscr->_cury = y, stdscr->_curx = x)
-
-#define wbkgdset(win,ch) ((win)->_bkgd = ch)
-
-/* It seems older SYSV curses define these */
-#define getattrs(win) (win->_attrs)
-#define getmaxx(win) ((win)->_maxx + 1)
-#define getmaxy(win) ((win)->_maxy + 1)
-
-#define winch(win) ((win)->_line[(win)->_cury][(win)->_curx])
-#define wstandout(win) (wattrset(win,A_STANDOUT))
-#define wstandend(win) (wattrset(win,A_NORMAL))
-#define wattrset(win,at) ((win)->_attrs = (at))
-
-#define subpad(p,l,c,y,x) derwin(p,l,c,y,x)
-#define scroll(win) wscrl(win,1)
-
-#define touchwin(win) wtouchln((win), 0, (win)->_maxy + 1, 1)
-#define touchline(win, s, c) wtouchln((win), s, c, 1)
-#define untouchwin(win) wtouchln((win), 0, (win)->_maxy + 1, 0)
-
-#define box(win, v, h) wborder(win, v, v, h, h, 0, 0, 0, 0)
-#define border(ls, rs, ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, br) wborder(stdscr, ls, rs, ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, br)
-#define hline(ch, n) whline(stdscr, ch, n)
-#define vline(ch, n) wvline(stdscr, ch, n)
-
-#define winsstr(w, s) winsnstr(w, s, 0)
-#define winstr(w, s) winnstr(w, s, -1)
-
-#define redrawwin(w) wredrawln(w, 0, w->_maxy+1)
-#define waddstr(win,str) waddnstr(win,str,-1)
-#define waddchstr(win,str) waddchnstr(win,str,-1)
-
-/*
- * pseudo functions for standard screen
- */
-
-#define bkgdset(ch) wbkgdset(stdscr,ch)
-#define bkgd(ch) wbkgd(stdscr,ch)
-#define inch() winch(stdscr)
-#define standout() wstandout(stdscr)
-#define standend() wstandend(stdscr)
-#define attron(at) wattron(stdscr,at)
-#define attroff(at) wattroff(stdscr,at)
-#define attrset(at) wattrset(stdscr,at)
-#define addch(ch) waddch(stdscr,ch)
-#define echochar(c) wechochar(stdscr, c)
-#define getch() wgetch(stdscr)
-#define addstr(str) waddnstr(stdscr,str,-1)
-#define getstr(str) wgetstr(stdscr,str)
-#define move(y, x) wmove(stdscr,y,x)
-#define clear() wclear(stdscr)
-#define erase() werase(stdscr)
-#define clrtobot() wclrtobot(stdscr)
-#define clrtoeol() wclrtoeol(stdscr)
-#define insertln() winsdelln(stdscr, 1)
-#define winsertln(w) winsdelln(w, 1)
-#define deleteln() winsdelln(stdscr, -1)
-#define wdeleteln(w) winsdelln(w, -1)
-#define refresh() wrefresh(stdscr)
-#define innstr(s,n) winnstr(stdscr,s,n)
-#define insch(c) winsch(stdscr,c)
-#define delch() wdelch(stdscr)
-#define setscrreg(t,b) wsetscrreg(stdscr,t,b)
-#define scrl(n) wscrl(stdscr,n)
-#define timeout(delay) wtimeout(stdscr, delay)
-#define addnstr(str,n) waddnstr(stdscr,str,n)
-#define addchstr(str) waddchstr(stdscr,str)
-#define addchnstr(str,n) waddchnstr(stdscr,str, n)
-#define insdelln(n) winsdelln(stdscr, n)
-#define insstr(s) winsstr(stdscr, s)
-#define insnstr(s,n) winsnstr(stdscr, s, n)
-
-/*
- * mv functions
-*/
-
-#define mvwaddch(win,y,x,ch) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : waddch(win,ch))
-#define mvwgetch(win,y,x) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : wgetch(win))
-#define mvwaddchnstr(win,y,x,str,n) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : waddchnstr(win,str,n))
-#define mvwaddchstr(win,y,x,str) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : waddchnstr(win,str,-1))
-#define mvwaddnstr(win,y,x,str,n) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : waddnstr(win,str,n))
-#define mvwaddstr(win,y,x,str) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : waddnstr(win,str,-1))
-#define mvwgetstr(win,y,x,str) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : wgetstr(win,str))
-#define mvwinch(win,y,x) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : winch(win))
-#define mvwdelch(win,y,x) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : wdelch(win))
-#define mvwinnstr(win,y,x,s,n) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : winnstr(win,s,n))
-#define mvwinsch(win,y,x,c) (wmove(win,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : winsch(win,c))
-#define mvaddch(y,x,ch) mvwaddch(stdscr,y,x,ch)
-#define mvgetch(y,x) mvwgetch(stdscr,y,x)
-#define mvaddnstr(y,x,str,n) mvwaddnstr(stdscr,y,x,str,n)
-#define mvaddstr(y,x,str) mvwaddstr(stdscr,y,x,str)
-#define mvgetstr(y,x,str) mvwgetstr(stdscr,y,x,str)
-#define mvinch(y,x) mvwinch(stdscr,y,x)
-#define mvdelch(y,x) mvwdelch(stdscr,y,x)
-#define mvinnstr(y,x,s,n) mvwinnstr(stdscr,y,x,s,n)
-#define mvinsch(y,x,c) mvwinsch(stdscr,y,x,c)
-#define mvwinsstr(w, y, x, s) (wmove(w,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : winsstr(w,s))
-#define mvwinsnstr(w, y, x, s, n) (wmove(w,y,x) == ERR ? ERR : winsnstr(w,s,n))
-#define mvinsstr(y,x,s) mvwinsstr(stdscr,y,x,s)
-#define mvinsnstr(y,x,s,n) mvwinsnstr(stdscr,y,x,s,n)
-
-/*
- * XSI curses macros for XPG4 conformance.
- */
-
-#define attr_get() wattr_get(stdscr)
-#define getbkgd(win) ((win)->_bkgd)
-
-#define vid_attr(a) vidattr(a)
-#define wattr_get(win) ((win)->_attrs)
-
-/* Funny "characters" enabled for various special function keys for input */
-/* Whether such a key exists depend if its definition is in the terminfo entry */
-
-#define KEY_MIN 0401 /* Minimum curses key */
-#define KEY_BREAK 0401 /* break key (unreliable) */
-#define KEY_DOWN 0402 /* The four arrow keys ... */
-#define KEY_UP 0403
-#define KEY_LEFT 0404
-#define KEY_RIGHT 0405 /* ... */
-#define KEY_HOME 0406 /* Home key (upward+left arrow) */
-#define KEY_BACKSPACE 0407 /* backspace (unreliable) */
-#define KEY_F0 0410 /* Function keys. Space for 64 */
-#define KEY_F(n) (KEY_F0+(n)) /* keys is reserved. */
-#define KEY_DL 0510 /* Delete line */
-#define KEY_IL 0511 /* Insert line */
-#define KEY_DC 0512 /* Delete character */
-#define KEY_IC 0513 /* Insert char or enter insert mode */
-#define KEY_EIC 0514 /* Exit insert char mode */
-#define KEY_CLEAR 0515 /* Clear screen */
-#define KEY_EOS 0516 /* Clear to end of screen */
-#define KEY_EOL 0517 /* Clear to end of line */
-#define KEY_SF 0520 /* Scroll 1 line forward */
-#define KEY_SR 0521 /* Scroll 1 line backwards (reverse) */
-#define KEY_NPAGE 0522 /* Next page */
-#define KEY_PPAGE 0523 /* Previous page */
-#define KEY_STAB 0524 /* Set tab */
-#define KEY_CTAB 0525 /* Clear tab */
-#define KEY_CATAB 0526 /* Clear all tabs */
-#define KEY_ENTER 0527 /* Enter or send (unreliable) */
-#define KEY_SRESET 0530 /* soft (partial) reset (unreliable) */
-#define KEY_RESET 0531 /* reset or hard reset (unreliable) */
-#define KEY_PRINT 0532 /* print or copy */
-#define KEY_LL 0533 /* home down or bottom (lower left) */
-
-/* The keypad is arranged like this: */
-/* a1 up a3 */
-/* left b2 right */
-/* c1 down c3 */
-
-#define KEY_A1 0534 /* Upper left of keypad */
-#define KEY_A3 0535 /* Upper right of keypad */
-#define KEY_B2 0536 /* Center of keypad */
-#define KEY_C1 0537 /* Lower left of keypad */
-#define KEY_C3 0540 /* Lower right of keypad */
-#define KEY_BTAB 0541 /* Back tab key */
-#define KEY_BEG 0542 /* beg(inning) key */
-#define KEY_CANCEL 0543 /* cancel key */
-#define KEY_CLOSE 0544 /* close key */
-#define KEY_COMMAND 0545 /* cmd (command) key */
-#define KEY_COPY 0546 /* copy key */
-#define KEY_CREATE 0547 /* create key */
-#define KEY_END 0550 /* end key */
-#define KEY_EXIT 0551 /* exit key */
-#define KEY_FIND 0552 /* find key */
-#define KEY_HELP 0553 /* help key */
-#define KEY_MARK 0554 /* mark key */
-#define KEY_MESSAGE 0555 /* message key */
-#define KEY_MOVE 0556 /* move key */
-#define KEY_NEXT 0557 /* next object key */
-#define KEY_OPEN 0560 /* open key */
-#define KEY_OPTIONS 0561 /* options key */
-#define KEY_PREVIOUS 0562 /* previous object key */
-#define KEY_REDO 0563 /* redo key */
-#define KEY_REFERENCE 0564 /* ref(erence) key */
-#define KEY_REFRESH 0565 /* refresh key */
-#define KEY_REPLACE 0566 /* replace key */
-#define KEY_RESTART 0567 /* restart key */
-#define KEY_RESUME 0570 /* resume key */
-#define KEY_SAVE 0571 /* save key */
-#define KEY_SBEG 0572 /* shifted beginning key */
-#define KEY_SCANCEL 0573 /* shifted cancel key */
-#define KEY_SCOMMAND 0574 /* shifted command key */
-#define KEY_SCOPY 0575 /* shifted copy key */
-#define KEY_SCREATE 0576 /* shifted create key */
-#define KEY_SDC 0577 /* shifted delete char key */
-#define KEY_SDL 0600 /* shifted delete line key */
-#define KEY_SELECT 0601 /* select key */
-#define KEY_SEND 0602 /* shifted end key */
-#define KEY_SEOL 0603 /* shifted clear line key */
-#define KEY_SEXIT 0604 /* shifted exit key */
-#define KEY_SFIND 0605 /* shifted find key */
-#define KEY_SHELP 0606 /* shifted help key */
-#define KEY_SHOME 0607 /* shifted home key */
-#define KEY_SIC 0610 /* shifted input key */
-#define KEY_SLEFT 0611 /* shifted left arrow key */
-#define KEY_SMESSAGE 0612 /* shifted message key */
-#define KEY_SMOVE 0613 /* shifted move key */
-#define KEY_SNEXT 0614 /* shifted next key */
-#define KEY_SOPTIONS 0615 /* shifted options key */
-#define KEY_SPREVIOUS 0616 /* shifted prev key */
-#define KEY_SPRINT 0617 /* shifted print key */
-#define KEY_SREDO 0620 /* shifted redo key */
-#define KEY_SREPLACE 0621 /* shifted replace key */
-#define KEY_SRIGHT 0622 /* shifted right arrow */
-#define KEY_SRSUME 0623 /* shifted resume key */
-#define KEY_SSAVE 0624 /* shifted save key */
-#define KEY_SSUSPEND 0625 /* shifted suspend key */
-#define KEY_SUNDO 0626 /* shifted undo key */
-#define KEY_SUSPEND 0627 /* suspend key */
-#define KEY_UNDO 0630 /* undo key */
-#define KEY_MAX 0777 /* Maximum curses key */
-
-#endif
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/curses.priv.h b/lib/libncurses/curses.priv.h
deleted file mode 100644
index 6733ce068acc..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/curses.priv.h
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@@ -1,137 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * curses.priv.h
- *
- * Header file for curses library objects which are private to
- * the library.
- *
- */
-
-#ifndef __GNUC__
-#define inline
-#endif
-
-#ifndef NOACTION
-#include <unistd.h>
-typedef struct sigaction sigaction_t;
-#else
-#include "SigAction.h"
-#endif
-
-#include "curses.h"
-
-#define min(a,b) ((a) > (b) ? (b) : (a))
-#define max(a,b) ((a) < (b) ? (b) : (a))
-
-#define FG(n) ((n) & 0x0f)
-#define BG(n) (((n) & 0xf0) >> 4)
-
-#define TextOf(c) ((c) & (chtype)A_CHARTEXT)
-#define AttrOf(c) ((c) & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES)
-
-#define BLANK (' '|A_NORMAL)
-
-#define CHANGED -1
-
-#define ALL_BUT_COLOR ((chtype)~(A_COLOR))
-
-/* Macro to put together character and attribute info and return it.
- If colors are in the attribute, they have precedence. */
-#define ch_or_attr(ch,at) \
- ((PAIR_NUMBER(at) > 0) ? \
- ((((chtype)ch) & ALL_BUT_COLOR) | (at)) : ((((chtype)ch) | (at))))
-
-extern WINDOW *newscr;
-
-#ifdef TRACE
-#define T(a) if (_tracing & TRACE_ORDINARY) _tracef a
-#define TR(n, a) if (_tracing & (n)) _tracef a
-extern int _tracing;
-extern char *visbuf(const char *);
-#else
-#define T(a)
-#define TR(n, a)
-#endif
-
-extern int _outch(int);
-extern void init_acs(void);
-extern void tstp(int);
-extern WINDOW *makenew(int, int, int, int);
-extern int timed_wait(int fd, int wait, int *timeleft);
-extern chtype _nc_background(WINDOW *);
-extern chtype _nc_render(WINDOW *, chtype);
-extern int _nc_keypad(bool);
-extern void _nc_scroll_window(WINDOW *, int, short const, short const, chtype);
-
-struct try {
- struct try *child; /* ptr to child. NULL if none */
- struct try *sibling; /* ptr to sibling. NULL if none */
- unsigned char ch; /* character at this node */
- unsigned short value; /* code of string so far. 0 if none. */
-};
-
-/*
- * Structure for soft labels.
- */
-
-typedef struct {
- char dirty; /* all labels have changed */
- char hidden; /* soft lables are hidden */
- WINDOW *win;
- struct slk_ent {
- char text[9]; /* text for the label */
- char form_text[9]; /* formatted text (left/center/...) */
- int x; /* x coordinate of this field */
- char dirty; /* this label has changed */
- char visible; /* field is visible */
- } ent[8];
-} SLK;
-
-#define FIFO_SIZE 32
-
-struct screen {
- FILE *_ifp; /* input file ptr for this terminal */
- FILE *_ofp; /* output file ptr for this terminal */
- int _checkfd;
-#ifdef MYTINFO
- struct _terminal *_term;
-#else
- struct term *_term; /* used by terminfo stuff */
-#endif
- WINDOW *_curscr; /* windows specific to a given terminal */
- WINDOW *_newscr;
- WINDOW *_stdscr;
- struct try *_keytry; /* "Try" for use with keypad mode */
- unsigned int _fifo[FIFO_SIZE]; /* Buffer for pushed back characters */
- signed char _fifohead,
- _fifotail,
- _fifopeek;
- bool _endwin;
- chtype _current_attr;
- bool _coloron;
- int _cursor; /* visibility of the cursor */
- int _cursrow; /* Row and column of physical cursor */
- int _curscol;
- bool _nl; /* True if NL -> CR/NL is on */
- bool _raw; /* True if in raw mode */
- int _cbreak; /* 1 if in cbreak mode */
- /* > 1 if in halfdelay mode */
- bool _echo; /* True if echo on */
- bool _nlmapping; /* True if terminal is really doing */
- /* NL mapping (fn of raw and nl) */
- SLK *_slk; /* ptr to soft key struct / NULL */
- int _costs[9]; /* costs of cursor movements for mvcur */
- int _costinit; /* flag wether costs[] is initialized */
-};
-
-extern struct screen *SP;
-
-extern int _slk_format; /* format specified in slk_init() */
-
-#define MAXCOLUMNS 135
-#define MAXLINES 66
-#define UNINITIALISED ((struct try * ) -1)
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/doc/color.doc b/lib/libncurses/doc/color.doc
deleted file mode 100644
index 55f33466a454..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/doc/color.doc
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@@ -1,71 +0,0 @@
-
- 5.10. Color Manipulation
-
- Ncurses provides support for the use of color on terminals
- that are capable of display it. Note the BSD and older SYSV
- curses don't support color. Color support in the PC version
- is not compatible with SYSR4.
-
- has_colors()
- this function returns TRUE if the terminal supports color,
- FALSE otherwise. Other color handling funtions will return
- ERR if has_colors() is FALSE. You should always check before
- using color and use other video attributes to replace color.
-
- can_change_color()
- This function returns TRUE if the terminal is capable of
- redefining colors using the init_color function, FALSE if it
- can't. Don't use init_color and color_content if it returns
- FALSE.
-
- start_color()
- This function must be called before any other color handling
- function is called. It initializes the 8 basic colors (see
- appendix I) and sets the global variables COLORS and COLOR_
- PAIRS to the maximum number of colors and color-pairs a
- terminal can handle.
-
- init_pair(pair, fg, bg)
- This function changes the definition of a color-pair, pair.
- Each pair has a foregroung color fg, and a background color
- bg. Both values must be between 0 and COLORS-1. pair must be
- between 1 and COLOR_PAIRS-1.
- [If a pair is changed from a previous definition, the screen
- is refreshed and all occurances of the color-pair are
- changed to reflect the change.]
-
- pair_content(pair, f, b)
- This function stores the foreground and background colors of
- the color-pair pair into the variables pointed to by f, b.
- pair should be between 1 and COLOR_PAIRS-1.
-
- init_color(color, r, g, b)
- This function changes the value of a given color. A color is
- defined by its red, green, and blue components, r, g, and b.
- These values must be between 0 and 1000. color should be
- between 0 and COLORS-1.
-
- color_content(color, r, g, b)
- This function puts the red, green, and blue components of
- color into the variable pointed to by r, g, b respectively.
- color should be between 0 and COLORS-1.
-
- COLOR_PAIR(n) set color-pair to that stored in n
- PAIR_NUMBER(a) get color-pair stored in attribute a
-
-
- Appendix II: COLORS
- -------------------
-
- Colors are defined in <ncurses.h> are used with init_pair().
-
- COLOR_BLACK 0
- COLOR_RED 1
- COLOR_GREEN 2
- COLOR_YELLOW 3
- COLOR_BLUE 4
- COLOR_MAGENTA 5
- COLOR_CYAN 6
- COLOR_WHITE 7
-
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/doc/manual.doc b/lib/libncurses/doc/manual.doc
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index 5ae7d39f5023..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/doc/manual.doc
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@@ -1,1361 +0,0 @@
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- The Curses Reference Manual
-
- Pavel Curtis 1982
- Zeyd M. Ben-Halim 1993
- zmbenhal@netcom.com
-
-
-
-
-
-
- Caveat Emptor:
- I'm slowly but surely updating the documentation of
- ncurses to reflect the current status of the code. The text
- below may refer to yet to be implemented functions or
- missing functionality. Description of functions may be
- missing or out of date. ncurses is aimed at being compatible
- with AT&T curses as defined in SysVR4.
-
- There is no ?roff sources for this document. I may one day
- go nuts and create one, but don't hold your breath :-)
-
- 1. Introduction
-
- Terminfo is a database describing many capabilities of over
- 150 different terminals. Curses is a subroutine package
- which presents a high level screen model to the programmer,
- while dealing with issues such as terminal differences and
- optimization of output to change one screenfull of text into
- another.
- Terminfo is based on Berkeley's termcap database, but con-
- tains a number of improvements and extensions. Parameterized
- strings are introduced, making it possible to describe such
- capabilities as video attributes, and to handle far more
- unusual terminals than possible with termcap.
- Curses is also based on Berkeley's curses package, with many
- improvements. The package makes use of the insert and
- delete line and character features of terminals so equipped,
- and determines how to optimally use these features with no
- help from the programmer. It allows arbitrary combinations
- of video attributes to be displayed, even on terminals that
- leave ``magic cookies'' on the screen to mark changes in
- attributes.+
-
- 2. An Overview of the Package
-
- 2.1. Terminology
-
- In this document, the following terminology is kept
- to with reasonable consistency:
-
- window An internal representation containing an image of
- what a section of the terminal screen may look
- like at some point in time. This subsection can
- either encompass the entire terminal screen, or
- any smaller portion down to a single character
- within that screen.
- terminal Sometimes called terminal screen. The package's
- idea of what the terminal's screen currently looks
- like, i.e., what the user sees now. This is a
- special screen.
- screen This is a subset of windows which are as large as
- the terminal screen, i.e., they start at the upper
- left hand corner and encompass the lower right
- hand corner. One of these, stdscr, is automati-
- cally provided for the programmer.
-
- 2.2. Compiling Programs using the Package
-
- In order to use the library, it is necessary to have
- certain types and variables defined. Therefore, the pro-
- grammer must have a line:
- #include <ncurses.h>
- at the top of the program source. The screen package
- uses the Standard I/O library, so <ncurses.h> includes
- <stdio.h>. Ncurses also includes <termios.h>, <termio.h>, or
- <sgtty.h> depending on your system. It is redundant (but
- harmless) for the programmer to do it, too. In linking with
- ncurses you need to have `-lncurses' in your LDFLAGS or on
- the command line. There is no need for any other libraries.
-
- 2.3. Updating the Screen
-
- In order to update the screen optimally, it is
- necessary for the routines to know what the screen currently
- looks like and what the programmer wants it to look like
- next. For this purpose, a data type (structure) named WINDOW
- is defined which describes a window image to the routines,
- including its starting position on the screen (the (y, x)
- coordinates of the upper left hand corner) and its size.
- One of these (called curscr, for current screen) is a screen
- image of what the terminal currently looks like. Another
- screen (called stdscr, for standard screen) is provided by
- default to make changes on.
- A window is a purely internal representation. It is
- used to build and store a potential image of a portion of
- the terminal. It doesn't bear any necessary relation to
- what is really on the terminal screen. It is more like an
- array of characters on which to make changes.
- When one has a window which describes what some part of
- the terminal screen should look like, the routine refresh()
- (or wrefresh() if the window is not stdscr) is called.
- Refresh() in the area covered by the window, look like that
- window. Note, therefore, that changing something on a win-
- dow does not change the terminal. Actual updates to the
- terminal screen are made only by calling refresh() or wre-
- fresh(). This allows the programmer to maintain several
- different ideas of what a portion of the terminal screen
- should look like. Also, changes can be made to windows in
- any order, without regard to motion efficiency. Then, at
- will, the programmer can effectively say ``make it look like
- this,'' and let the package worry about the best way to do
- this.
-
- 2.4. Naming Conventions
-
- As hinted above, the routines can use several windows,
- but two are automatically given: curscr, which knows what
- the terminal looks like, and stdscr, which is what the pro-
- grammer wants the terminal to look like next. The user
- should never really access curscr directly. Changes should
- be made to the appropriate screen, and then the routine
- refresh() (or wrefresh()) should be called.
- Many functions are set up to deal with stdscr as a
- default screen. For example, to add a character to stdscr,
- one calls addch() with the desired character. If a differ-
- ent window is to be used, the routine waddch() (for
- `w'indow-specific addch()) is provided. This convention of
- prepending function names with a ``w'' when they are to be
- applied to specific windows is consistent. The only rou-
- tines which do not do this are those to which a window must
- always be specified.
- In order to move the current (y, x) coordinates from
- one point to another, the routines move() and wmove() are
- provided. However, it is often desirable to first move and
- then perform some I/O operation. In order to avoid clumsy-
- ness, most I/O routines can be preceded by the prefix 'mv'
- and the desired (y, x) coordinates then can be added to the
- arguments to the function. For example, the calls
- move(y, x);
- addch(ch);
- can be replaced by
- mvaddch(y, x, ch);
- and
- wmove(win, y, x);
- waddch(win, ch);
- can be replaced by
- mvwaddch(win, y, x, ch);
- Note that the window description pointer (win) comes before
- the added (y, x) coordinates. If such pointers are need,
- they are always the first parameters passed.
-
- 3. Variables
-
- Many variables which are used to describe the terminal
- environment are available to the programmer. They are:
-
- type name description
- ------------------------------------------------------------------
- WINDOW *curscr current version of the screen (terminal screen).
- WINDOW *stdscr standard screen. Most updates are done here.
- int LINES number of lines on the terminal
- int COLS number of columns on the terminal
-
- There are also several `#define' constants and types which
- are of general usefulness:
-
- bool boolean type, actually a `char' (e.g., bool doneit;)
- TRUE boolean `true' flag (1).
- FALSE boolean `false' flag (0).
- ERR -1 error flag returned by routines on a fail.
- OK 0 error flag returned by routines when things
- go right.
-
- 4. Usage
-
- This is a description of how to actually use the screen
- package. In it, we assume all updating, reading, etc. is
- applied to stdscr. All instructions will work on any win-
- dow, with changing the function name and parameters as men-
- tioned above.
-
- 4.1. Starting up
-
- In order to use the screen package, the routines must
- know about terminal characteristics, and the space for
- curscr and stdscr must be allocated. These functions are
- performed by initscr(). Since it must allocate space for the
- windows, it can overflow memory when attempting to do so. On
- this rather rare occasion, initscr() returns ERR.
- initscr() must always be called before any of the routines
- which affect windows are used. If it is not, the program
- will core dump as soon as either curscr or stdscr are
- referenced. However, it is usually best to wait to call it
- until after you are sure you will need it, like after
- checking for startup errors. Terminal status changing
- routines like nl() and cbreak() should be called after
- initscr().
- Now that the screen windows have been allocated, you
- can set them up for the run. If you want to, say, allow the
- window to scroll, use scrollok(). If you want the cursor to
- be left after the last change, use leaveok(). If this isn't
- done, refresh() will move the cursor to the window's current
- (y, x) coordinates after updating it. New windows of your
- own can be created, too, by using the functions newwin(),
- derwin(), and subwin(). delwin() will allow you to get rid
- of old windows.
-
- 4.2. Output
-
- Now that we have set things up, we will want to actu-
- ally update the terminal. The basic functions used to
- change what will go on a window are addch() and move().
- addch() adds a character at the current (y, x) coordinates,
- returning ERR if it would cause the window to illegally
- scroll, i.e., printing a character in the lower right-hand
- corner of a terminal which automatically scrolls if
- scrolling is not allowed. move() changes the current (y, x)
- coordinates to whatever you want them to be. It returns ERR
- if you try to move off the window. As mentioned above, you
- can combine the two into mvaddch() to do both things at
- once.
- The other output functions, such as addstr() and
- printw(), all call addch() to add characters to the window.
- After you have put on the window what you want there,
- when you want the portion of the terminal covered by the
- window to be made to look like it, you must call refresh().
- In order to optimize finding changes, refresh() assumes that
- any part of the window not changed since the last refresh()
- of that window has not been changed on the terminal, i.e.,
- that you have not refreshed a portion of the terminal with
- an overlapping window. If this is not the case, the routine
- touchwin() is provided to make it look like the entire win-
- dow has been changed, thus making refresh() check the whole
- subsection of the terminal for changes.
- If you call wrefresh() with curscr(), it will make the
- screen look like curscr thinks it looks like. This is use-
- ful for implementing a command which would redraw the screen
- in case it get messed up.
-
- 4.3. Input
-
- Input is essentially a mirror image of output. The
- complementary function to addch() is getch() which, if echo
- is set, will call addch() to echo the character. Since the
- screen package needs to know what is on the terminal at all
- times, if characters are to be echoed, the tty must be in
- raw or cbreak mode. Since initially the terminal has echo-
- ing enable and is in nocreak mode, one or the other has to
- changed before calling getch(). The result of not doing this
- is unpredictable output.
-
- 4.4. Miscellaneous
-
- A plethora of other functions exist for maintaining and
- changing information about the windows. For the most part,
- the descriptions in section 5 should suffice.
-
- 4.5. Finishing Up
-
- In order to do certain optimizations, and, on some ter-
- minals, to work at all, some things must be done before the
- screen routines start up. In order to clean up after the
- routines, the routine endwin() is provided. It restores tty
- modes to what they were when initscr() was first called,
- moves the cursor down to the lower-left corner, etc. Thus,
- anytime after the call to initscr, endwin() should be called
- before exiting.
-
- 5. Descriptions of the Functions
-
- This section describes all the functions available to the
- programmer in the curses package. For an alphabetical list,
- see the manual page ncurses(3).
-
- 5.1. Initialization
-
- These functions are called when initializing a program.
-
- initscr()
- The first function called should always be initscr. This
- will determine the terminal type and initialize curses data
- structures. initscr also arranges that the first call to
- refresh will clear the screen. If an error occurs a message
- is writen to standard error and the program exits. Otherwise
- it returns a pointer to stdscr. Some function may be called
- before initscr (slk_init, filter, ripofflines, use_env, and
- if you are using multiple terminals newterm.)
-
- endwin()
- A program should always call endwin before exiting or
- shelling out of the program. This function will restore tty
- modes, move the cursor to the lower left corner of the
- screen, reset the terminal into the proper nonvisual mode.
- Calling refresh() or doupdate() after a temporary escape
- from the program will restore the screen to its original
- status.
-
- newterm(type, ofp, ifp)
- A program which outputs to more than one terminal should use
- newterm instead of initscr. newterm should be called once
- for each terminal. It returns a variable of type SCREEN
- * which should be saved as a reference to that terminal. The
- arguments are the type of the terminal (a string) and FILE
- pointers for the output and input of the terminal. If type
- is NULL then the environment variable $TERM is used. endwin
- must called for each terminal opened using this function.
-
- set_term(new)
- This function is used to switch to a different terminal.
- The screen reference for the new terminal is passed as the
- parameter. The previous terminal is returned by the func-
- tion. All other calls affect only the current terminal.
-
- delscreen(sp)
-
- longname()
- This function returns a pointer to a static area containing
- a verbose description of the current terminal. It is defined
- only after a call to initscr or newterm.
-
- termattrs()
-
- termname()
-
- 5.2. Option Setting
-
- These functions set options within curses. In each case,
- win is the window affected, and bf is a boolean flag with
- value TRUE or FALSE indicating whether to enable or disable
- the option. All options are initially FALSE. It is not
- necessary to turn these options off before calling endwin.
-
- clearok(win,bf)
- If set, the next call to wrefresh with this window will
- clear the screen and redraw the entire screen. If win is
- curscr, the next call to wrefresh with any window will cause
- the screen to be cleared. This is useful when the contents
- of the screen are uncertain, or in some cases for a more
- pleasing visual effect.
-
- idlok(win,bf)
- If enabled, curses will consider using the hardware
- insert/delete line feature of terminals so equipped. If
- disabled, curses will not use this feature. Enable this
- option only if your application needs insert/delete line,
- for example, for a screen editor. It is disabled by default
- because insert/delete line is visually annoying when used in
- applications where it isn't really needed.
-
- idcok(win,bf)
- This option allows curses will use inset/delete character
- capabilities if any are defined. This option is on be
- default.
-
- immedok(win,bf)
- If this option is enabled any change in the window's image
- causes a call to wrefresh. Enabling this option can degrade
- performance; it is disabled by default.
-
- keypad(win,bf)
- This option enables the keypad of the users terminal. If
- enabled, the user can press a function key (such as an arrow
- key) and getch will return a single value representing the
- function key. If disabled, curses will not treat function
- keys specially. If the keypad in the terminal can be turned
- on (made to transmit) and off (made to work locally), turn-
- ing on this option will turn on the terminal keypad. All the
- possible function keys are defined in ncurses.h as KEY_*.
-
- leaveok(win,bf)
- Normally, the hardware cursor is left at the location of the
- window cursor being refreshed. This option allows the cur-
- sor to be left wherever the update happens to leave it. It
- is useful for applications where the cursor is not used,
- since it saves cursor motions. If possible, the cursor is
- made invisible when this option is enabled.
-
- meta(win,bf)
- If enabled, characters returned by getch are transmitted
- with all 8 bits, instead of stripping the highest bit. It
- is useful for extending the non-text command set in applica-
- tions where the terminal has a meta shift key, such as
- EMACS. NOTE: This function is currently unsupported.
-
- notimeout(win,bf)
- This option controls whether a timer is set when wgetch is
- trying to interpret an input sequence. See keypad.
-
- scrollok(win,bf)
- This option controls what happens when the cursor of a win-
- dow is moved off the edge of the window, either from a new-
- line on the bottom line, or typing the last character of the
- last line. If disabled, the cursor is left on the bottom
- line. If enabled, wrefresh is called on the window, and then
- the physical terminal and window are scrolled up one line.
-
- setscrreg(t,b)
- wsetscrreg(win,t,b)
- These functions allow the user to set a software scrolling
- region in a window win or stdscr. t and b are the line num-
- bers of the top and bottom margin of the scrolling region.
- (Line 0 is the top line of the screen.) If this option and
- scrollok are enabled, an attempt to move off the bottom mar-
- gin line will cause all lines in the scrolling region to
- scroll up one line. Note that this has nothing to do with
- use of a physical scrolling region capability in the termi-
- nal, like that in the VT100. Only the text of the window is
- scrolled.
- The scrolling region really acts as a sort of barrier, lim-
- iting the area of a window over which changes take place.
- For this reason, an attempt to create a scrolling region in
- an area of the screen which does not contain the current (y,
- x) coordinates for that window is an error. Similarly,
- attempts to move the (y, x) coordinates out of the region
- will also fail with an ERR return.
- When a scrolling region is in place, all changes are limited
- to the region. For example, erase() will only erase the
- area inside the region; insertln() will only shift lines
- down to the bottom of the region, etc. It is anticipated
- that this method of controlling the area of change will
- prove quite handy in a number of applications.
- To disable the scrolling region, once defined, simply rede-
- fine it to be the whole window. For example, to disable the
- scrolling region on stdscr, the following call would be
- used:
- setscrreg(0, LINES - 1)
- For other windows, the height of the window should be used
- instead of (LINES - 1).
-
- 5.3. Terminal Mode Setting
-
- These functions are used to set modes in the tty driver. The
- initial mode usually depends on the setting when the program
- was called: the initial modes documented here represenet the
- normal situation.
-
- cbreak()
- nocbreak()
- crmode()
- nocrmode()
- These functions put the terminal into and out of CBREAK
- mode. In this mode, characters typed by the user are immedi-
- ately available to the program. When out of this mode, the
- device driver will buffer characters typed until newline is
- typed. Interrupt and flow control characters are unaffected
- by this mode. Initially the terminal is not in CBREAK mode.
- Most interactive programs using curses will set this mode.
- The functions crmode() and nocrmode() are the result of an
- accident in the first version of curses and are retained
- solely for upward compatibility. crmode() is the same as
- cbreak() and nocrmode() is the same as nocbreak(). See 4.3
- for a important note on using these functions.
-
- raw()
- noraw()
- These functions put the terminal into and out of RAW mode.
- RAW mode is just like CBREAK mode except that no special
- character processing is done (e.g. the interrupt character
- will be passed through to the program, uninterpreted, as
- will the kill character, etc.) and all 8 bits of the input
- character are retained; in CBREAK mode, the eighth bit is
- stripped off before it is given to the program. Because of
- the lack of interpretation of special characters, it is not
- recommended that programs use this mode.
-
- echo()
- noecho()
- These functions control whether characters typed by the user
- are echoed as typed. Initially, characters typed are echoed
- by the teletype driver. Authors of most interactive pro-
- grams prefer to do their own echoing in a controlled area of
- the screen, or not to echo at all, so they disable echoing.
-
- halfdelay(t)
- This options is similar to cbreak mode except that if after
- blocking for t tenth of a seconds no input is received ERR
- is returned. t must between 1 and 255. Use nocbreak to leave
- this mode.
-
- nodelay(win,bf)
- This option causes getch to be a non-blocking call. If no
- input is ready, getch will return ERR. If disabled, getch
- will hang until a key is pressed.
-
- timeout(t)
- wtimeout(win,t)
- These functions offer control over the blocking action of a
- read. If t is negative, reading will block until there is
- input. If t is zero, no blocking will occur, read returns
- ERR if no input is available. If t is posistive, the read
- will block for t milliseconds and return ERR if there is
- still no input.
- These routines offer better and finer control than nodelay()
- and halfdelay() and their use is recommended.
-
- nl()
- nonl()
- These functions control whether newline is translated into
- carriage return and linefeed on output, and whether return
- is translated into newline on input. Initially, the trans-
- lations do occur. By disabling these translations, curses
- is able to make better use of the linefeed capability,
- resulting in faster cursor motion.
-
- savetty()
- resetty()
- These functions save and restore the state of the tty modes.
- savetty saves the current state in a buffer, resetty
- restores the state to what it was at the last call to save-
- tty.
-
- 5.4. Window Manipulation
-
- newwin(num_lines, num_cols, begy, begx)
- Create a new window with the given number of lines and
- columns. The upper left corner of the window is at line
- begy column begx. If either num_lines or num_cols is zero,
- they will be defaulted to LINES-begy and COLS-begx. A new
- full-screen window is created by calling newwin(0,0,0,0).
-
- subwin(orig, num_lines, num_cols, begy, begx)
- Create a new window with the given number of lines and
- columns. The window is at position (begy, begx) on the
- screen. (It is relative to the screen, not orig.) The win-
- dow is made in the middle of the window orig, so that
- changes made to one window will affect both windows. When
- using this function, often it will be necessary to call
- touchwin before calling wrefresh.
-
- derwin(orig, num_lines, num_cols, begy, begx)
- Is similar to subwin only the new window is created relative
- to the original window, not the screen.
-
- delwin(win)
- Deletes the named window, freeing up all memory associated
- with it. In the case of sub-windows, they should be deleted
- before the main window.
-
- dupwin(win)
-
- mvderwin(win,y,x)
-
- syncok(win,bf)
- wsyncup(win)
- wcursyncup(win)
- wsyncdown(win)
-
- mvwin(win, by, bx)
- Move the window so that the upper left corner will be at
- position (by, bx). If the move would cause the window to be
- off the screen, it is an error and the window is not moved.
-
- touchline(win,start,count)
- touchwin(win)
- Throw away all optimization information about which parts of
- the window have been touched, by pretending the entire win-
- dow has been drawn on. This is sometimes necessary when
- using overlapping windows, since a change to one window will
- affect the other window, but the optimization records of the
- other window will not reflect the change.
-
- wtouchln(win,y,n,changed)
- Throw away optimization information, or mark as unchanged,
- n lines starting at y, depending on the value of changed.
-
- untouchwin(win)
- Mark the whole window as unchcnged since the lat wrefresh.
-
- is_linetouched(win,line)
- is_wintouched(win)
- These routines are used to check if the given line/window
- has been modified since the last wrefresh. They will return
- TRUE is that is the case, FALSE otherwise. is_linetouched
- will return ERR if there is no such line.
-
- overlay(win1, win2)
- overwrite(win1, win2)
- These functions overlay win1 on top of win2, that is, all
- text in win1 is copied into win2, after lining up the two
- windows' origins. The difference between the functions is
- that overlay is nondestructive (blanks are not copied) while
- overwrite is destructive.
-
- copywin(win,win,sminrow,smincol,dminrow,dmincol,dmaxrow,
- dmaxcol,overlay)
- Low level function used to implement overlay/overwrite.
-
- 5.5. Causing Output to the Terminal
-
- refresh()
- wrefresh(win)
- These functions must be called to actually get any output on
- the terminal, as other routines merely manipulate data
- structures. wrefresh copies the named window to the physi-
- cal terminal screen, taking into account what is already
- there in order to do optimizations. refresh is the same,
- using stdscr as a default screen. Unless leaveok has been
- enabled, the physical cursor of the terminal is left at the
- location of the window's cursor.
-
- doupdate()
- wnoutrefresh(win)
- These two functions allow multiple updates with more effi-
- ciency than wrefresh. To use them, it is important to
- understand how curses works. In addition to all the window
- structures, curses keeps two data structures representing
- the terminal screen: a physical screen, describing what is
- actually on the screen, and a virtual screen, describing
- what the programmer wants to have on the screen. wrefresh
- works by first copying the named window to the virtual
- screen (wnoutrefresh), and then calling the routine to
- update the screen (doupdate). If the programmer wishes to
- output several windows at once, a series of calls to wre-
- fresh will result in alternating calls to wnoutrefresh and
- doupdate, causing several bursts of output to the screen.
- By calling wnoutrefresh for each window, it is then possible
- to call doupdate once, resulting in only one burst of out-
- put, with probably fewer total characters transmitted.
-
- redrawwin(win)
- wredrawln(win,start,count)
-
- 5.6. Writing on Window Structures
-
- These routines are used to ``draw'' text on windows. In all
- cases, a missing win is taken to be stdscr. y and x are the
- row and column, respectively. The upper left corner is
- always (0, 0) not (1, 1). The mv functions imply a call to
- move before the call to the other function.
-
- 5.6.1. Moving the Cursor
-
- move(y, x)
- wmove(win, y, x)
- The cursor associated with the window is moved to the given
- location. This does not move the physical cursor of the
- terminal until refresh is called.
-
- 5.6.2. Writing One Character
-
- addch(ch)
- waddch(win, ch)
- mvaddch(y, x, ch)
- mvwaddch(win, y, x, ch)
- The character ch is put in the window at the current cursor
- position of the window. If ch is a tab, newline, or
- backspace, the cursor will be moved appropriately in the
- window. If ch is a different control character, it will be
- drawn in the ^X notation. The position of the window cursor
- is advanced. At the right margin, an automatic newline is
- performed. At the bottom of the scrolling region, if scrol-
- lok is enabled, the scrolling region will be scrolled up one
- line.
-
- 5.6.3. Writing a String
-
- addstr(str)
- addnstr(str,n)
- waddstr(win,str)
- waddnstr(win,str,n)
- mvaddstr(y,x,str)
- mvaddnstr(y,x,str,n)
- mvwaddstr(win,y,x,str)
- mvwaddnstr(win,y,x,str,n)
- These functions write all the characters of the null termi-
- nated character string str on the given window. They are
- identical to a series of calls to addch. Routines with 'n'
- write n characters of str. If n is -1 then the entire string
- is written.
-
- addchstr(chstr)
- addchnstr(chstr,n)
- waddchstr(win,chstr)
- waddchnstr(win,chstr,n)
- mvaddchstr(y,x,chstr)
- mvaddchnstr(y,x,chstr,n)
- mvwaddchstr(win,y,x,chstr)
- mvwaddchnstr(win,y,x,chstr,n)
- These functions copy chstr onto the window image starting at
- the current cursor position. Routines with 'n' write at most
- n characters of chstr (as many as will fit on the line). If
- n is -1 then the entire string is written. The cursor is not
- advanced and no checking for control characters is done.
- These routines are faster than the addstr() group. chstr is
- a pointer to an array of chtype.
-
- 5.6.4. Clearing Areas of the Screen
-
- erase()
- werase(win)
- These functions copy blanks to every position in the window.
-
- clear()
- wclear(win)
- These functions are like erase and werase but they also call
- clearok, arranging that the screen will be cleared on the
- next refresh. The result can visually annoying.
-
- clrtobot()
- wclrtobot(win)
- All lines below the cursor in this window are erased. Also,
- the current line to the right of the cursor is erased.
-
- clrtoeol()
- wclrtoeol(win)
- The current line to the right of the cursor is erased.
-
- 5.6.5. Inserting and Deleting Text
-
- delch()
- wdelch(win)
- mvdelch(y,x)
- mvwdelch(win,y,x)
- The character under the cursor in the window is deleted.
- All characters to the right on the same line are moved to
- the left one position. This does not imply use of the hard-
- ware delete character feature.
-
- deleteln()
- wdeleteln(win)
- The line under the cursor in the window is deleted. All
- lines below the current line are moved up one line. The
- bottom line of the window is cleared. This does not imply
- use of the hardware delete line feature.
-
- insch(c)
- winsch(win, c)
- mvinsch(y,x,c)
- mvwinsch(win,y,x,c)
- The character c is inserted before the character under the
- cursor. All characters to the right are moved one space to
- the right, possibly losing the rightmost character on the
- line. This does not imply use of the hardware insert char-
- acter feature.
-
- insertln()
- winsertln(win)
- A blank line is inserted above the current line. The bottom
- line is lost. This does not imply use of the hardware
- insert line feature.
-
- 5.6.6. Formatted Output
-
- printw(fmt, ...)
- wprintw(win, fmt, ...)
- mvprintw(y, x, fmt, ...)
- mvwprintw(win, y, x, fmt, ...)
- vwprintw(win, fmt, va_list)
- These functions correspond to printf. The characters which
- would be output by printf are instead output using waddch on
- the given window. vwprintw() acts like vprintf().
-
- 5.6.7. Line drawing
-
- Borders are drawn inside a window and not around it.
-
- border(ls, rs, ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, br)
- wborder(win, ls, rs, ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, br)
- box(win, vert, hor)
- A border is drawn around the edges of the window. ls, rs,
- ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, and br are the character and attribute
- to draw the left side, right side, top side, bottom side,
- top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right respec-
- tively.
- If any of these are 0, the follwing defaults are used:
- ACS_VLINE. ACS_VLINE, ACS_HLINE, ACS_HLINE, ACS_ULCORNER,
- ACS_URCORNER, ACS_LLCORNER, ACS_LRCORNER. box is shorthand
- for wborder(win, vert, vert, hor, hor, 0, 0, 0, 0).
-
- vline(ch,n)
- wvline(win,ch,n)
- These functions draw a vertical line starting at the current
- cursor position using ch for n characters or as many as will
- fit on the window. The cursor position is not advanced.
-
- hline(ch,n)
- whline(win,ch,n)
- These functions draw a horizontal line starting at the
- current cursor position using ch for n characters or as many
- as will fit on the window. The cursor position is not
- advanced.
-
- 5.6.8 Scrolling
-
- Scrolling only works if enabled via scrollok(). The cursor
- position is unchanged by these functions. As an optimization
- the physical screen is scrolled if the window in question is
- covering the entire screen.
-
- scroll(win)
- The window is scrolled up one line. This involves moving
- the lines in the window data structure.
-
- scrl(n)
- wscrl(win,n)
- These functions scroll thw window up/down n lines depending
- on the sign on n (+ for up, - for down).
-
- 5.7. Querying the Contents of a Window
-
- getyx(win,y,x)
- The cursor position of the window is placed in the two
- integer variables y and x. Since this is a macro, no & is
- necessary.
-
- inch()
- winch(win)
- mvinch(y,x)
- mvwinch(win,y,x)
- The character at the current position in the named window is
- returned.
-
- 5.8. Input from the Terminal
-
- getch()
- wgetch(win)
- mvgetch(y,x)
- mvwgetch(win,y,x)
- A character is read from the terminal associated with the
- window. In nodelay mode, if there is no input waiting, the
- value -1 is returned. In delay mode, the program will hang
- until a character is typed.
-
- If keypad mode is enabled, and a function key is pressed,
- the code for that function key will be returned instead of
- the raw characters. Possible function keys are defined with
- integers beginning with 0401, whose names begin with KEY_,
- defined in <ncurses.h>. If a character is received that
- could be the beginning of a function key (such as escape),
- curses will set a one second timer. If the remainder of the
- sequence does not come in within one second, the character
- will be passed through, otherwise the function key value
- will be returned. For this reason, on many terminals, there
- will be a one second delay after a user presses the escape
- key. (Use by a programmer of the escape key for a single
- character function is discouraged.) The one second delay can
- be turned off using the notimeout() function.
-
- getstr(str)
- wgetstr(win,str)
- mvgetstr(y,x,str)
- mvwgetstr(win,y,x,str)
- A series of calls to getch is made, until a newline is
- received. The resulting value is placed in the area pointed
- at by the character pointer str. The users erase and kill
- characters are interpreted, and the string is echoed.
-
- scanw(fmt, ...)
- wscanw(win, fmt, ...)
- mvscanw(y, x, fmt, ...)
- mvwscanw(win, y, x, fmt, ...)
- vwscanw(win,fmt,va_list)
- These functions corresponds to scanf. wgetstr is called on
- the window, and the resulting line is used as input for the
- scan.
-
- 5.9. Video Attributes
-
- attroff(at)
- wattroff(win, attrs)
- attron(at)
- wattron(win, attrs)
- attrset(at)
- wattrset(win, attrs)
- standout()
- standend()
- wstandout(win)
- wstandend(win)
- These functions set the current attributes of the named win-
- dow. These attributes can be any combination of A_STANDOUT,
- A_REVERSE, A_BOLD, A_DIM, A_BLINK, A_BLANK, A_UNDERLINE,
- A_PROTECT, A_INVIS, and A_ALTCHARSET. These constants are
- defined in <ncurses.h> and can be combined with the C | (or)
- operator. The current attributes of a window are applied to
- all characters that are written into the window. Attributes
- are a property of the character, and move with the char-
- acter through any scrolling and insert/delete line/character
- operations. To the extent possible on the particular
- terminal, they will be displayed as the graphic rendition
- of characters put on the screen.
- attrset(at) sets the current attributes of the given window
- to at. attroff(at) turns off the named attributes without
- affecting any other attributes. attron(at) turns on the
- named attributes without affecting any others. standout is
- the same as attrset(A_STANDOUT), standend is the same as
- attrset(0), that is, it turns off all attributes.
-
- 5.10. Color Manipulation
-
- Ncurses provides support for the use of color on terminals
- that are capable of display it. Note the BSD and older SYSV
- curses don't support color. Color support in the PC version
- is not compatible with SYSR4.
-
- has_colors()
- this function returns TRUE if the terminal supports color,
- FALSE otherwise. Other color handling funtions will return
- ERR if has_colors() is FALSE. You should always check before
- using color and use other video attributes to replace color.
-
- can_change_color()
- This function returns TRUE if the terminal is capable of
- redefining colors using the init_color function, FALSE if it
- can't. Don't use init_color and color_content if it returns
- FALSE.
-
- start_color()
- This function must be called before any other color handling
- function is called. It initializes the 8 basic colors (see
- appendix I) and sets the global variables COLORS and COLOR_
- PAIRS to the maximum number of colors and color-pairs a
- terminal can handle.
-
- init_pair(pair, fg, bg)
- This function changes the definition of a color-pair, pair.
- Each pair has a foregroung color fg, and a background color
- bg. Both values must be between 0 and COLORS-1. pair must be
- between 1 and COLOR_PAIRS-1.
- [If a pair is changed from a previous definition, the screen
- is refreshed and all occurances of the color-pair are
- changed to reflect the change.]
-
- pair_content(pair, f, b)
- This function stores the foreground and background colors of
- the color-pair pair into the variables pointed to by f, b.
- pair should be between 1 and COLOR_PAIRS-1.
-
- init_color(color, r, g, b)
- This function changes the value of a given color. A color is
- defined by its red, green, and blue components, r, g, and b.
- These values must be between 0 and 1000. color should be
- between 0 and COLORS-1.
-
- color_content(color, r, g, b)
- This function puts the red, green, and blue components of
- color into the variable pointed to by r, g, b respectively.
- color should be between 0 and COLORS-1.
-
- 5.11. Pads
-
- 5.12. Soft Labels
-
- 5.13. Bells and Flashing Lights
-
- beep()
- flash()
- These functions are used to signal the programmer. beep
- will sound the audible alarm on the terminal, if possible,
- and if not, will flash the screen (visible bell), if that is
- possible. flash will flash the screen, and if that is not
- possible, will sound the audible signal. If neither signal
- is possible, nothing will happen. Nearly all terminals have
- an audible signal (bell or beep) but only some can flash the
- screen.
-
- 5.14. Portability Functions
-
- These functions do not have anything to do with terminal
- dependent character output, but tend to be needed by pro-
- grams that use curses. Unfortunately, their implemention
- varies from one version of UNIX* to another. They have been
- included here to enhance the portability of programs using
- curses.
-
- baudrate()
- baudrate returns the output speed of the terminal. The num-
- ber returned is the integer baud rate, for example, 9600,
- rather than a table index such as B9600.
-
- erasechar()
- The erase character chosen by the user is returned. This is
- the character typed by the user to erase the character just
- typed.
-
- killchar()
- The line kill character chosen by the user is returned.
- This is the character typed by the user to forget the entire
- line being typed.
-
- flushinp()
- flushinp throws away any typeahead that has been typed by
- the user and has not yet been read by the program.
-
- 5.15. Debugging
-
- These functions are useful when debugging a program with
- curses.
-
- unctrl(ch)
- This macro expands to a character string which is a print-
- able representation of the character ch. The program must
- include the file <unctrl.h>. Control characters are dis-
- played in the ^x notation. Printing characters are displayed
- as is.
-
- traceoff()
- traceon()
- It is possible to compile a debugging version of curses with
- tracing turned on, and with the -g option for gdb. This
- library may be available on your system as -ldcurses. When
- using this version, the file ``trace'' will be created each
- time the program is run, containing verbose information
- showing each step done by curses. This output is useful for
- finding bugs in curses, and may be useful for finding bugs
- in user programs. Since the output is so verbose, with any
- bug that cannot be easily and quickly reproduced, it may be
- necessary to turn the debugging output off in some parts of
- the program. These functions can be used to turn tracing
- off and back on. When initscr is first called, tracing is
- automatically turned on.
- You should use -DTRACE when compiling programs that use
- tracing.
-
- _tracef()
- This function can be used to output your own debugging info-
- rmation. It is only available only if you compile with the
- -DTRACE flag and linking with -ldcurses. It can be used the
- same way as printf, only it outputs a newline after the end
- of arguments.
-
- 6. Lower Level Functions
-
- These functions are provided for programs not needing the
- screen optimization capabilities of curses. Programs are
- discouraged from working at this level, since they must han-
- dle various glitches in certain terminals. However, a pro-
- gram can be smaller if it only brings in the low level rou-
- tines.
-
- gettmode()
- setterm(type)
- These two initialization routines are provided for upward
- compatibility with the old curses. gettmode does nothing.
- setterm results in a call to setupterm with appropriate
- arguments.
-
- def_prog_mode()
- def_shell_mode()
- These functions define "program" mode and "shell" mode. The
- first describes the status of a terminal while in curses,
- the second the status outside curses.
-
- reset_prog_mode()
- reset_shell_mode()
- These functions restore a terminal to "program" mode after
- shelling out, or to "shell" mode before shelling out.
-
- fixterm()
- resetterm()
- These functions are obselete and have been replaced by
- reset_prog_mode() and reset_prog_mode() respectively.
-
- saveterm()
- This fucntion is obselete and is replaced by
- def_prog_mode().
-
- mvcur(oldrow, oldcol, newrow, newcol)
- This routine optimally moves the cursor from (oldrow, old-
- col) to (newrow, newcol). The user program is expected to
- keep track of the current cursor position. Note that unless
- a full screen image is kept, curses will have to make pes-
- simistic assumptions, sometimes resulting in less than opti-
- mal cursor motion. For example, moving the cursor a few
- spaces to the right can be done by transmitting the charac-
- ters being moved over, but if curses does not have access to
- the screen image, it doesn't know what these characters are.
- If either of oldcol or oldrow are negative, mvcur() will
- refrain from using any relative motions. This is handy for
- occasions when a program is unsure as to the current cursor
- location.
-
- 7. Terminfo Level
-
- These routines are called by low level programs that need
- access to specific capabilities of terminfo. A program
- working at this level should include both <ncurses.h> and
- <term.h>. After a call to setupterm, the capabilities will
- be available with macro names defined in <term.h>. See ter-
- minfo(5) for a detailed description of the capabilies. If
- the program only needs to handle one terminal, the defini-
- tion -DSINGLE can be passed to the C compiler, resulting in
- static references to capabilities instead of dynamic refer-
- ences. This can result in smaller code, but prevents use of
- more than one terminal at a time. Very few programs use
- more than one terminal, so almost all programs can use this
- flag.
-
- setupterm(term, filenum, errret)
- This routine is called to initialize a terminal. term is
- the character string representing the name of the terminal
- being used. filenum is the UNIX file descriptor of the ter-
- minal being used for output. errret is a pointer to an
- integer, in which a success or failure indication is
- returned. The values returned can be 1 (all is well), 0 (no
- such terminal), or -1 (some problem locating the terminfo
- database).
- The value of term can be given as 0, which will cause the
- value of TERM in the environment to be used. The errret
- pointer can also be given as 0, meaning no error code is
- wanted. If errret is defaulted, and something goes wrong,
- setupterm will print an appropriate error message and exit,
- rather than returning. Thus, a simple program can call
- setupterm(0, 1, 0) and not worry about initialization
- errors.
- setupterm will check the tty driver mode bits, and change
- any that might prevent the correct operation of other low
- level routines. Currently, the mode that expands tabs into
- spaces is disabled, because the tab character is sometimes
- used for different functions by different terminals. (Some
- terminals use it to move right one space. Others use it to
- address the cursor to row or column 9.) If the system is
- expanding tabs, setupterm will remove the definition of the
- tab and backtab functions, assuming that since the user is
- not using hardware tabs, they may not be properly set in the
- terminal.
- After the call to setupterm, the global variable cur_term is
- set to point to the current structure of terminal capabili-
- ties. By calling setupterm for each terminal, and saving
- and restoring cur_term, it is possible for a program to use
- two or more terminals at once. Setupterm also stores the
- names section of the terminal description in the global
- character array ttytype[]. Subsequent calls to setupterm
- will overwrite this array, so you'll have to save it your-
- self if need be.
- The mode that turns newlines into CRLF on output is not dis-
- abled. Programs that use cud1 or ind should avoid these
- capabilities if their value is linefeed unless they disable
- this mode. setupterm calls fixterm after any changes it
- makes.
-
- vidattr(newmode)
- vidputs(newmode, outc)
- newmode is any combination of attributes, defined in
- <ncurses.h>. The proper string to put the terminal in the
- given video mode is output. The routine vidattr() sends the
- output characters to putchar; vidputs sends them to the
- given routine outc, one character at a time. That routine
- should therefore expect one char parameter. The previous
- mode is remembered by this routine.
-
- tparm(instring, p1, p2, p3, p4, p5, p6, p7, p8, p9)
- tparm is used to instantiate a parameterized string. The
- character string returned is suitable for tputs. Up to 9
- parameters can be passed, in addition to the parameterized
- string.
-
- tputs(cp, affcnt, outc)
- A string capability, possibly containing padding informa-
- tion, is processed. Enough padding characters to delay for
- the specified time replace the padding specification, and
- the resulting string is passed, one character at a time, to
- the routine outc, which should expect one character parame-
- ter. (This routine often just calls putchar.) cp is the
- capability string. affcnt is the number of units affected
- by the capability, which varies with the particular capabil-
- ity. (For example, the affcnt for insert_line is the number
- of lines below the inserted line on the screen, that is, the
- number of lines that will have to be moved by the terminal.)
- affcnt is used by the padding information of some terminals
- as a multiplication factor. If the capability does not have
- a factor, the value 1 should be passed.
-
- putp(str)
- This is a convenient function to output a capability with no
- affcnt. The string is output to putchar with an affcnt of
- 1. It can be used in simple applications that do not need
- to process the output of tputs.
-
-
- 8. Termcap Emulation
-
- Appendix I: Attributes
- ----------------------
-
- Attributes are used with wattron(), wattroff(), wattrset(),
- or or'ed with the character passed to waddch(). They are
- defined in <ncurses.h>
-
- A_ATTRIBUTES mask chtype for attributes
- A_NORMAL reset all attributes
- A_STANDOUT best highlighting mode
- A_UNDERLINE underline
- A_REVERSE reverse video, background and foreground reversed
- A_BLINK blinking
- A_DIM dim or half bright
- A_BOLD bold or extra bright
- A_ALTCHARSET use alternate character set
- A_INVIS invisible, background same as foreground
- A_PROTECT I haven't a clue
- A_CHARTEXT mask chtype for actual character
- A_COLOR mask for color
- COLOR_PAIR(n) set color-pair to that stored in n
- PAIR_NUMBER(a) get color-pair stored in attribute a
-
-
- Appendix II: COLORS
- -------------------
-
- Colors are defined in <ncurses.h> are used with init_pair().
-
- COLOR_BLACK 0
- COLOR_RED 1
- COLOR_GREEN 2
- COLOR_YELLOW 3
- COLOR_BLUE 4
- COLOR_MAGENTA 5
- COLOR_CYAN 6
- COLOR_WHITE 7
-
- Appendix III: Alternative character sets
- ----------------------------------------
-
- ACS variables are used to add line-drawing capability to
- ncurses on terminals that support it. When defined for a
- given terminal (using acs) the A_ALTCHARSET attribute is
- set for that variable, otherwise the default value is
- used.
-
- ACS_ULCORNER +
- ACS_LLCORNER +
- ACS_URCORNER +
- ACS_LRCORNER +
- ACS_RTEE +
- ACS_LTEE +
- ACS_BTEE +
- ACS_TTEE +
- ACS_HLINE -
- ACS_VLINE |
- ACS_PLUS +
- ACS_S1 ~ /* scan line 1 */
- ACS_S9 _ /* scan line 9 */
- ACS_DIAMOND + /* diamond */
- ACS_CKBOARD : /* checker board (stipple) */
- ACS_DEGREE ' /* degree symbol */
- ACS_PLMINUS # /* plus/minus */
- ACS_BULLET 0 /* bullet */
- ACS_LARROW < /* arrow pointing left */
- ACS_RARROW > /* arrow pointing right */
- ACS_DARROW v /* arrow pointing down */
- ACS_UARROW ^ /* arrow pointing up */
- ACS_BOARD # /* board of squares */
- ACS_LANTERN # /* lantern symbol */
- ACS_BLOCK # /* solid square block */
-
-
- Appendix IV: Function keys, their codes, and their definition
- -------------------------------------------------------------
-
- Function keys can return their respective codes if keypad()
- is enabled and they are defined in the terminal's terminfo
- description (assuming the terminal transmits unique sequences
- for the key. They are defined in <ncurses.h>
-
- KEY_BREAK 0401 /* break key (unreliable) */
- KEY_DOWN 0402 /* The four arrow keys ... */
- KEY_UP 0403
- KEY_LEFT 0404
- KEY_RIGHT 0405 /* ... */
- KEY_HOME 0406 /* Home key (upward+left arrow) */
- KEY_BACKSPACE 0407 /* backspace (unreliable) */
- KEY_F0 0410 /* Function keys. Space for 64 */
- KEY_F(n) (KEY_F0+(n)) /* keys is reserved. */
- KEY_DL 0510 /* Delete line */
- KEY_IL 0511 /* Insert line */
- KEY_DC 0512 /* Delete character */
- KEY_IC 0513 /* Insert char or enter insert mode */
- KEY_EIC 0514 /* Exit insert char mode */
- KEY_CLEAR 0515 /* Clear screen */
- KEY_EOS 0516 /* Clear to end of screen */
- KEY_EOL 0517 /* Clear to end of line */
- KEY_SF 0520 /* Scroll 1 line forward */
- KEY_SR 0521 /* Scroll 1 line backwards (reverse) */
- KEY_NPAGE 0522 /* Next page */
- KEY_PPAGE 0523 /* Previous page */
- KEY_STAB 0524 /* Set tab */
- KEY_CTAB 0525 /* Clear tab */
- KEY_CATAB 0526 /* Clear all tabs */
- KEY_ENTER 0527 /* Enter or send (unreliable) */
- KEY_SRESET 0530 /* soft (partial) reset (unreliable) */
- KEY_RESET 0531 /* reset or hard reset (unreliable) */
- KEY_PRINT 0532 /* print or copy */
- KEY_LL 0533 /* home down or bottom (lower left) */
-
- /* The keypad is arranged like this: */
- /* a1 up a3 */
- /* left b2 right */
- /* c1 down c3 */
-
- KEY_A1 0534 /* Upper left of keypad */
- KEY_A3 0535 /* Upper right of keypad */
- KEY_B2 0536 /* Center of keypad */
- KEY_C1 0537 /* Lower left of keypad */
- KEY_C3 0540 /* Lower right of keypad */
- KEY_BTAB 0541 /* Back tab key */
- KEY_BEG 0542 /* beg(inning) key */
- KEY_CANCEL 0543 /* cancel key */
- KEY_CLOSE 0544 /* close key */
- KEY_COMMAND 0545 /* cmd (command) key */
- KEY_COPY 0546 /* copy key */
- KEY_CREATE 0547 /* create key */
- KEY_END 0550 /* end key */
- KEY_EXIT 0551 /* exit key */
- KEY_FIND 0552 /* find key */
- KEY_HELP 0553 /* help key */
- KEY_MARK 0554 /* mark key */
- KEY_MESSAGE 0555 /* message key */
- KEY_MOVE 0556 /* move key */
- KEY_NEXT 0557 /* next object key */
- KEY_OPEN 0560 /* open key */
- KEY_OPTIONS 0561 /* options key */
- KEY_PREVIOUS 0562 /* previous object key */
- KEY_REDO 0563 /* redo key */
- KEY_REFERENCE 0564 /* ref(erence) key */
- KEY_REFRESH 0565 /* refresh key */
- KEY_REPLACE 0566 /* replace key */
- KEY_RESTART 0567 /* restart key */
- KEY_RESUME 0570 /* resume key */
- KEY_SAVE 0571 /* save key */
- KEY_SBEG 0572 /* shifted beginning key */
- KEY_SCANCEL 0573 /* shifted cancel key */
- KEY_SCOMMAND 0574 /* shifted command key */
- KEY_SCOPY 0575 /* shifted copy key */
- KEY_SCREATE 0576 /* shifted create key */
- KEY_SDC 0577 /* shifted delete char key */
- KEY_SDL 0600 /* shifted delete line key */
- KEY_SELECT 0601 /* select key */
- KEY_SEND 0602 /* shifted end key */
- KEY_SEOL 0603 /* shifted clear line key */
- KEY_SEXIT 0604 /* shifted exit key */
- KEY_SFIND 0605 /* shifted find key */
- KEY_SHELP 0606 /* shifted help key */
- KEY_SHOME 0607 /* shifted home key */
- KEY_SIC 0610 /* shifted input key */
- KEY_SLEFT 0611 /* shifted left arrow key */
- KEY_SMESSAGE 0612 /* shifted message key */
- KEY_SMOVE 0613 /* shifted move key */
- KEY_SNEXT 0614 /* shifted next key */
- KEY_SOPTIONS 0615 /* shifted options key */
- KEY_SPREVIOUS 0616 /* shifted prev key */
- KEY_SPRINT 0617 /* shifted print key */
- KEY_SREDO 0620 /* shifted redo key */
- KEY_SREPLACE 0621 /* shifted replace key */
- KEY_SRIGHT 0622 /* shifted right arrow */
- KEY_SRSUME 0623 /* shifted resume key */
- KEY_SSAVE 0624 /* shifted save key */
- KEY_SSUSPEND 0625 /* shifted suspend key */
- KEY_SUNDO 0626 /* shifted undo key */
- KEY_SUSPEND 0627 /* suspend key */
- KEY_UNDO 0630 /* undo key */
- KEY_MAX 0777 /* Maximum curses key */
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/keys.list b/lib/libncurses/keys.list
deleted file mode 100644
index e766f32f03b6..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/keys.list
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,149 +0,0 @@
-key_a1 KEY_A1
-key_a3 KEY_A3
-key_b2 KEY_B2
-key_backspace KEY_BACKSPACE
-key_beg KEY_BEG
-key_btab KEY_BTAB
-key_c1 KEY_C1
-key_c3 KEY_C3
-key_cancel KEY_CANCEL
-key_catab KEY_CATAB
-key_clear KEY_CLEAR
-key_close KEY_CLOSE
-key_command KEY_COMMAND
-key_copy KEY_COPY
-key_create KEY_CREATE
-key_ctab KEY_CTAB
-key_dc KEY_DC
-key_dl KEY_DL
-key_down KEY_DOWN
-key_eic KEY_EIC
-key_end KEY_END
-key_enter KEY_ENTER
-key_eol KEY_EOL
-key_eos KEY_EOS
-key_exit KEY_EXIT
-key_f0 KEY_F(0)
-key_f1 KEY_F(1)
-key_f2 KEY_F(2)
-key_f3 KEY_F(3)
-key_f4 KEY_F(4)
-key_f5 KEY_F(5)
-key_f6 KEY_F(6)
-key_f7 KEY_F(7)
-key_f8 KEY_F(8)
-key_f9 KEY_F(9)
-key_f10 KEY_F(10)
-key_f11 KEY_F(11)
-key_f12 KEY_F(12)
-key_f13 KEY_F(13)
-key_f14 KEY_F(14)
-key_f15 KEY_F(15)
-key_f16 KEY_F(16)
-key_f17 KEY_F(17)
-key_f18 KEY_F(18)
-key_f19 KEY_F(19)
-key_f20 KEY_F(20)
-key_f21 KEY_F(21)
-key_f22 KEY_F(22)
-key_f23 KEY_F(23)
-key_f24 KEY_F(24)
-key_f25 KEY_F(25)
-key_f26 KEY_F(26)
-key_f27 KEY_F(27)
-key_f28 KEY_F(28)
-key_f29 KEY_F(29)
-key_f30 KEY_F(30)
-key_f31 KEY_F(31)
-key_f32 KEY_F(32)
-key_f33 KEY_F(33)
-key_f34 KEY_F(34)
-key_f35 KEY_F(35)
-key_f36 KEY_F(36)
-key_f37 KEY_F(37)
-key_f38 KEY_F(38)
-key_f39 KEY_F(39)
-key_f40 KEY_F(40)
-key_f41 KEY_F(41)
-key_f42 KEY_F(42)
-key_f43 KEY_F(43)
-key_f44 KEY_F(44)
-key_f45 KEY_F(45)
-key_f46 KEY_F(46)
-key_f47 KEY_F(47)
-key_f48 KEY_F(48)
-key_f49 KEY_F(49)
-key_f50 KEY_F(50)
-key_f51 KEY_F(51)
-key_f52 KEY_F(52)
-key_f53 KEY_F(53)
-key_f54 KEY_F(54)
-key_f55 KEY_F(55)
-key_f56 KEY_F(56)
-key_f57 KEY_F(57)
-key_f58 KEY_F(58)
-key_f59 KEY_F(59)
-key_f60 KEY_F(60)
-key_f61 KEY_F(61)
-key_f62 KEY_F(62)
-key_f63 KEY_F(63)
-key_find KEY_FIND
-key_help KEY_HELP
-key_home KEY_HOME
-key_ic KEY_IC
-key_il KEY_IL
-key_left KEY_LEFT
-key_ll KEY_LL
-key_mark KEY_MARK
-key_message KEY_MESSAGE
-key_move KEY_MOVE
-key_next KEY_NEXT
-key_npage KEY_NPAGE
-key_open KEY_OPEN
-key_options KEY_OPTIONS
-key_ppage KEY_PPAGE
-key_previous KEY_PREVIOUS
-key_print KEY_PRINT
-key_redo KEY_REDO
-key_reference KEY_REFERENCE
-key_refresh KEY_REFRESH
-key_replace KEY_REPLACE
-key_restart KEY_RESTART
-key_resume KEY_RESUME
-key_right KEY_RIGHT
-key_save KEY_SAVE
-key_sbeg KEY_SBEG
-key_scancel KEY_SCANCEL
-key_scommand KEY_SCOMMAND
-key_scopy KEY_SCOPY
-key_screate KEY_SCREATE
-key_sdc KEY_SDC
-key_sdl KEY_SDL
-key_select KEY_SELECT
-key_send KEY_SEND
-key_seol KEY_SEOL
-key_sexit KEY_SEXIT
-key_sf KEY_SF
-key_sfind KEY_SFIND
-key_shelp KEY_SHELP
-key_shome KEY_SHOME
-key_sic KEY_SIC
-key_sleft KEY_SLEFT
-key_smessage KEY_SMESSAGE
-key_smove KEY_SMOVE
-key_snext KEY_SNEXT
-key_soptions KEY_SOPTIONS
-key_sprevious KEY_SPREVIOUS
-key_sprint KEY_SPRINT
-key_sr KEY_SR
-key_sredo KEY_SREDO
-key_sreplace KEY_SREPLACE
-key_sright KEY_SRIGHT
-key_srsume KEY_SRSUME
-key_ssave KEY_SSAVE
-key_ssuspend KEY_SSUSPEND
-key_stab KEY_STAB
-key_sundo KEY_SUNDO
-key_suspend KEY_SUSPEND
-key_undo KEY_UNDO
-key_up KEY_UP
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_acs.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_acs.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 2b6d25b087d1..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_acs.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,98 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include <string.h>
-
-/* line graphics */
-
-
-chtype acs_map[128];
-
-void init_acs()
-{
-
-/*
- ACS_ULCORNER (acs_map['l'])
- ACS_LLCORNER (acs_map['m'])
- ACS_URCORNER (acs_map['k'])
- ACS_LRCORNER (acs_map['j'])
- ACS_RTEE (acs_map['u'])
- ACS_LTEE (acs_map['t'])
- ACS_BTEE (acs_map['v'])
- ACS_TTEE (acs_map['w'])
- ACS_HLINE (acs_map['q'])
- ACS_VLINE (acs_map['x'])
- ACS_PLUS (acs_map['n'])
- ACS_S1 (acs_map['o']) scan line 1
- ACS_S9 (acs_map['s']) scan line 9
- ACS_DIAMOND (acs_map['`']) diamond
- ACS_CKBOARD (acs_map['a']) checker board (stipple)
- ACS_DEGREE (acs_map['f']) degree symbol
- ACS_PLMINUS (acs_map['g']) plus/minus
- ACS_BULLET (acs_map['~']) bullet
- ACS_LARROW (acs_map[',']) arrow pointing left
- ACS_RARROW (acs_map['+']) arrow pointing right
- ACS_DARROW (acs_map['.']) arrow pointing down
- ACS_UARROW (acs_map['-']) arrow pointing up
- ACS_BOARD (acs_map['h']) board of squares
- ACS_LANTERN (acs_map['I']) lantern symbol
- ACS_BLOCK (acs_map['0']) solid square block
-*/
-
- T(("initializing ACS map"));
-
- acs_map['l'] = acs_map['m'] = acs_map['k'] = acs_map['j'] =
- acs_map['u'] = acs_map['t'] = acs_map['v'] = acs_map['w'] = (chtype)'+' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['q'] = (chtype)'-' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['x'] = (chtype)'|' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['n'] = (chtype)'+' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['o'] = (chtype)'~' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['s'] = (chtype)'_' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['`'] = (chtype)'+' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['a'] = (chtype)':' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['f'] = (chtype)'\'' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['g'] = (chtype)'#' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['~'] = (chtype)'o' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map[','] = (chtype)'<' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['+'] = (chtype)'>' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['.'] = (chtype)'v' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['-'] = (chtype)'^' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['h'] = (chtype)'#' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['I'] = (chtype)'#' & A_CHARTEXT;
- acs_map['0'] = (chtype)'#' & A_CHARTEXT;
-
- if (ena_acs != NULL)
- putp(ena_acs);
-
- if (acs_chars != NULL) {
- int i = 0;
- int length = strlen(acs_chars);
-
- while (i < length)
- switch (acs_chars[i]) {
- case 'l':case 'm':case 'k':case 'j':
- case 'u':case 't':case 'v':case 'w':
- case 'q':case 'x':case 'n':case 'o':
- case 's':case '`':case 'a':case 'f':
- case 'g':case '~':case ',':case '+':
- case '.':case '-':case 'h':case 'I':
- case '0':
- acs_map[(unsigned int)(unsigned char)acs_chars[i]] =
- (acs_chars[++i] & A_CHARTEXT) | A_ALTCHARSET;
- default:
- i++;
- break;
- }
- }
-#ifdef TRACE
- else {
- T(("acsc not defined, using default mapping"));
- }
-#endif
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_addch.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_addch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 60386b4056fb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_addch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,127 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_addch.c
-**
-** The routine waddch().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "unctrl.h"
-
-static inline chtype render_char(WINDOW *win, chtype ch)
-/* compute a rendition of the given char correct for the current context */
-{
- if (TextOf(ch) == ' ')
- ch = ch_or_attr(ch, win->_bkgd);
- else if (!(ch & A_ATTRIBUTES))
- ch = ch_or_attr(ch, (win->_bkgd & A_ATTRIBUTES));
- TR(TRACE_CHARPUT, ("bkg = %#lx -> ch = %#lx", win->_bkgd, ch));
-
- return(ch);
-}
-
-chtype _nc_background(WINDOW *win)
-/* make render_char() visible while still allowing us to inline it below */
-{
- return(render_char(win, BLANK));
-}
-
-chtype _nc_render(WINDOW *win, chtype ch)
-/* make render_char() visible while still allowing us to inline it below */
-{
- chtype c = render_char(win,ch);
- return (ch_or_attr(c,win->_attrs));
-}
-
-static int
-wladdch(WINDOW *win, chtype c, bool literal)
-{
-int x, y;
-int newx;
-chtype ch = c;
-
- x = win->_curx;
- y = win->_cury;
-
- if (y > win->_maxy || x > win->_maxx || y < 0 || x < 0)
- return(ERR);
-
- /* ugly, but necessary --- and, bizarrely enough, even portable! */
- if (literal)
- goto noctrl;
-
- switch (ch&A_CHARTEXT) {
- case '\t':
- for (newx = x + (8 - (x & 07)); x < newx; x++)
- if (waddch(win, ' ') == ERR)
- return(ERR);
- return(OK);
- case '\n':
- wclrtoeol(win);
- x = 0;
- goto newline;
- case '\r':
- x = 0;
- break;
- case '\b':
- if (--x < 0)
- x = 0;
- break;
- default:
- if (ch < ' ')
- return(waddstr(win, unctrl(ch)));
-
- /* FALL THROUGH */
- noctrl:
- T(("win attr = %x", win->_attrs));
- ch = render_char(win, ch);
- ch = ch_or_attr(ch,win->_attrs);
-
- if (win->_line[y][x] != ch) {
- if (win->_firstchar[y] == _NOCHANGE)
- win->_firstchar[y] = win->_lastchar[y] = x;
- else if (x < win->_firstchar[y])
- win->_firstchar[y] = x;
- else if (x > win->_lastchar[y])
- win->_lastchar[y] = x;
-
- }
-
- T(("char %d of line %d is %x", x, y, ch));
- win->_line[y][x++] = ch;
- if (x > win->_maxx) {
- x = 0;
-newline:
- y++;
- if (y > win->_regbottom) {
- y--;
- if (win->_scroll)
- scroll(win);
- }
- }
- break;
- }
-
- win->_curx = x;
- win->_cury = y;
-
- return(OK);
-}
-
-int waddch(WINDOW *win, chtype ch)
-{
- TR(TRACE_CHARPUT, ("waddch(%x,%c (%x)) called", win, ch&A_CHARTEXT, ch));
- return wladdch(win, ch, FALSE);
-}
-
-int wechochar(WINDOW *win, chtype ch)
-{
- T(("wechochar(%x,%c (%x)) called", win, ch&A_CHARTEXT, ch));
-
- return wladdch(win, ch, TRUE);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_addstr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_addstr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index d9cb30aae2fb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_addstr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,56 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_addstr.c
-*
-** The routines waddnstr(), waddchnstr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int
-waddnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n)
-{
- T(("waddnstr(%x,\"%s\",%d) called", win, visbuf(str), n));
-
- if (str == NULL)
- return ERR;
-
- if (n < 0) {
- while (*str != '\0') {
- if (waddch(win, (chtype)(unsigned char)*str++) == ERR)
- return(ERR);
- }
- return OK;
- }
-
- while((n-- > 0) && (*str != '\0')) {
- if (waddch(win, (chtype)(unsigned char)*str++) == ERR)
- return ERR;
- }
- return OK;
-}
-
-int
-waddchnstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *str, int n)
-{
- T(("waddchnstr(%x,%x,%d) called", win, str, n));
-
- if (n < 0) {
- while (*str) {
- if (waddch(win, (chtype)(unsigned char)*str++) == ERR)
- return(ERR);
- }
- return OK;
- }
-
- while(n-- > 0) {
- if (waddch(win, (chtype)(unsigned char)*str++) == ERR)
- return ERR;
- }
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_beep.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_beep.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 60ce5920b20e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_beep.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,56 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * beep.c
- *
- * Routines beep() and flash()
- *
- */
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-/*
- * beep()
- *
- * Sound the current terminal's audible bell if it has one. If not,
- * flash the screen if possible.
- *
- */
-
-int beep()
-{
- T(("beep() called"));
-
- /* should make sure that we are not in altchar mode */
- if (bell)
- return(putp(bell));
- else if (flash_screen)
- return(putp(flash_screen));
- else
- return(ERR);
-}
-
-/*
- * flash()
- *
- * Flash the current terminal's screen if possible. If not,
- * sound the audible bell if one exists.
- *
- */
-
-int flash()
-{
- T(("flash() called"));
-
- /* should make sure that we are not in altchar mode */
- if (flash_screen)
- return(putp(flash_screen));
- else if (bell)
- return(putp(bell));
- else
- return(ERR);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_bkgd.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_bkgd.c
deleted file mode 100644
index d75585c44427..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_bkgd.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994 *
-* by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, not removed *
-* from header files, and is reproduced in any documentation *
-* accompanying it or the applications linked with it. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-
-#include "curses.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wbkgd(WINDOW *win, chtype ch)
-{
-int x, y;
-chtype old_bkgd = getbkgd(win);
-chtype new_bkgd = ch;
-
- T(("wbkgd(%x, %x) called", win, ch));
-
- if (TextOf(new_bkgd) == 0)
- new_bkgd |= BLANK;
- wbkgdset(win, new_bkgd);
- wattrset(win, AttrOf(new_bkgd));
-
- for (y = 0; y <= win->_maxy; y++) {
- for (x = 0; x <= win->_maxx; x++) {
- if (win->_line[y][x] == old_bkgd)
- win->_line[y][x] = new_bkgd;
- else
- win->_line[y][x] =
- TextOf(win->_line[y][x])
- | AttrOf(new_bkgd);
- }
- }
- touchwin(win);
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_box.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_box.c
deleted file mode 100644
index a467808c4cd6..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_box.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,131 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_box.c
-**
-** line drawing routines:
-** wborder()
-** whline()
-** wvline()
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wborder(WINDOW *win, chtype ls, chtype rs, chtype ts,
- chtype bs, chtype tl, chtype tr, chtype bl, chtype br)
-{
-int i;
-int endx, endy;
-
- T(("wborder() called"));
-
- if (ls == 0) ls = ACS_VLINE;
- if (rs == 0) rs = ACS_VLINE;
- if (ts == 0) ts = ACS_HLINE;
- if (bs == 0) bs = ACS_HLINE;
- if (tl == 0) tl = ACS_ULCORNER;
- if (tr == 0) tr = ACS_URCORNER;
- if (bl == 0) bl = ACS_LLCORNER;
- if (br == 0) br = ACS_LRCORNER;
-
- ls = _nc_render(win, ls);
- rs = _nc_render(win, rs);
- ts = _nc_render(win, ts);
- bs = _nc_render(win, bs);
- tl = _nc_render(win, tl);
- tr = _nc_render(win, tr);
- bl = _nc_render(win, bl);
- br = _nc_render(win, br);
-
- T(("using %x, %x, %x, %x, %x, %x, %x, %x", ls, rs, ts, bs, tl, tr, bl, br));
-
- endx = win->_maxx;
- endy = win->_maxy;
-
- for (i = 0; i <= endx; i++) {
- win->_line[0][i] = ts;
- win->_line[endy][i] = bs;
- }
- win->_firstchar[endy] = win->_firstchar[0] = 0;
- win->_lastchar[endy] = win->_lastchar[0] = endx;
-
- for (i = 0; i <= endy; i++) {
- win->_line[i][0] = ls;
- win->_line[i][endx] = rs;
- win->_firstchar[i] = 0;
- win->_lastchar[i] = endx;
- }
- win->_line[0][0] = tl;
- win->_line[0][endx] = tr;
- win->_line[endy][0] = bl;
- win->_line[endy][endx] = br;
-
-#if 0
- if (! win->_scroll && (win->_flags & _SCROLLWIN))
- fp[0] = fp[endx] = lp[0] = lp[endx] = ' ';
-#endif
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-int whline(WINDOW *win, chtype ch, int n)
-{
-int line;
-int start;
-int end;
-
- T(("whline(%x,%x,%d) called", win, ch, n));
-
- line = win->_cury;
- start = win->_curx;
- end = start + n - 1;
- if (end > win->_maxx)
- end = win->_maxx;
-
- if (win->_firstchar[line] == _NOCHANGE || win->_firstchar[line] > start)
- win->_firstchar[line] = start;
- if (win->_lastchar[line] == _NOCHANGE || win->_lastchar[line] < start)
- win->_lastchar[line] = end;
-
- if (ch == 0)
- ch = ACS_HLINE;
- while ( end >= start) {
- win->_line[line][end] = ch | win->_attrs;
- end--;
- }
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-int wvline(WINDOW *win, chtype ch, int n)
-{
-int row, col;
-int end;
-
- T(("wvline(%x,%x,%d) called", win, ch, n));
-
- row = win->_cury;
- col = win->_curx;
- end = row + n - 1;
- if (end > win->_maxy)
- end = win->_maxy;
-
- if (ch == 0)
- ch = ACS_VLINE;
-
- while(end >= row) {
- win->_line[end][col] = ch | win->_attrs;
- if (win->_firstchar[end] == _NOCHANGE || win->_firstchar[end] > col)
- win->_firstchar[end] = col;
- if (win->_lastchar[end] == _NOCHANGE || win->_lastchar[end] < col)
- win->_lastchar[end] = col;
- end--;
- }
-
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_clear.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_clear.c
deleted file mode 100644
index c82db9bc13ec..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_clear.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,24 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_clear.c
-**
-** The routine wclear().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wclear(WINDOW *win)
-{
- T(("wclear(%x) called", win));
-
- werase(win);
-
- win->_clear = TRUE;
-
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_clrbot.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_clrbot.c
deleted file mode 100644
index e803920a8af7..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_clrbot.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,53 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_clrbot.c
-**
-** The routine wclrtobot().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wclrtobot(WINDOW *win)
-{
-chtype *ptr, *end, *maxx = NULL;
-int y, startx, minx;
-
- T(("wclrtobot(%x) called", win));
-
- startx = win->_curx;
-
- T(("clearing from y = %d to y = %d with maxx = %d", win->_cury, win->_maxy, win->_maxx));
-
- for (y = win->_cury; y <= win->_maxy; y++) {
- minx = _NOCHANGE;
- end = &win->_line[y][win->_maxx];
-
- for (ptr = &win->_line[y][startx]; ptr <= end; ptr++) {
- chtype blank = _nc_background(win);
-
- if (*ptr != blank) {
- maxx = ptr;
- if (minx == _NOCHANGE)
- minx = ptr - win->_line[y];
- *ptr = blank;
- }
- }
-
- if (minx != _NOCHANGE) {
- if (win->_firstchar[y] > minx
- || win->_firstchar[y] == _NOCHANGE)
- win->_firstchar[y] = minx;
-
- if (win->_lastchar[y] < maxx - win->_line[y])
- win->_lastchar[y] = maxx - win->_line[y];
- }
-
- startx = 0;
- }
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_clreol.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_clreol.c
deleted file mode 100644
index b0a15b9d2075..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_clreol.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_clreol.c
-**
-** The routine wclrtoeol().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wclrtoeol(WINDOW *win)
-{
-chtype *maxx, *ptr, *end;
-int y, x, minx;
-
- T(("wclrtoeol(%x) called", win));
-
- y = win->_cury;
- x = win->_curx;
-
- end = &win->_line[y][win->_maxx];
- minx = _NOCHANGE;
- maxx = &win->_line[y][x];
-
- for (ptr = maxx; ptr <= end; ptr++) {
- chtype blank = _nc_background(win);
-
- if (*ptr != blank) {
- maxx = ptr;
- if (minx == _NOCHANGE)
- minx = ptr - win->_line[y];
- *ptr = blank;
- }
- }
-
- if (minx != _NOCHANGE) {
- if (win->_firstchar[y] > minx || win->_firstchar[y] == _NOCHANGE)
- win->_firstchar[y] = minx;
-
- if (win->_lastchar[y] < maxx - win->_line[y])
- win->_lastchar[y] = maxx - win->_line[y];
- }
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_color.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_color.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 3d40a693f11d..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_color.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,107 +0,0 @@
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/* lib_color.c
- *
- * Handles color emulation of SYS V curses
- *
- */
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int COLOR_PAIRS;
-int COLORS;
-unsigned char *color_pairs;
-
-int start_color()
-{
- T(("start_color() called."));
-
- if (orig_pair != NULL)
- putp(orig_pair);
- else return ERR;
- if (max_pairs != -1)
- COLOR_PAIRS = max_pairs;
- else return ERR;
- color_pairs = malloc(max_pairs);
- if (max_colors != -1)
- COLORS = max_colors;
- else return ERR;
- SP->_coloron = 1;
-
- T(("started color: COLORS = %d, COLOR_PAIRS = %d", COLORS, COLOR_PAIRS));
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-int init_pair(short pair, short f, short b)
-{
- T(("init_pair( %d, %d, %d )", pair, f, b));
-
- if ((pair < 1) || (pair >= COLOR_PAIRS))
- return ERR;
- if ((f < 0) || (f >= COLORS) || (b < 0) || (b >= COLORS))
- return ERR;
-
- /* still to do:
- if pair was initialized before a screen update is performed
- replacing original pair colors with the new ones
- */
-
- color_pairs[pair] = ( (f & 0x0f) | (b & 0x0f) << 4 );
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-int init_color(short color, short r, short g, short b)
-{
- if (initialize_color != NULL) {
- if (color < 0 || color >= COLORS)
- return ERR;
- if (hue_lightness_saturation == TRUE)
- if (r < 0 || r > 360 || g < 0 || g > 100 || b < 0 || b > 100)
- return ERR;
- if (hue_lightness_saturation == FALSE)
- if (r < 0 || r > 1000 || g < 0 || g > 1000 || b < 0 || b > 1000)
- return ERR;
-
- putp(tparm(initialize_color, color, r, g, b));
- return OK;
- }
-
- return ERR;
-}
-
-bool can_change_color()
-{
- return can_change;
-}
-
-int has_colors()
-{
- return ((orig_pair != NULL) && (max_colors != -1) && (max_pairs != -1)
- &&
- (((set_foreground != NULL) && (set_background != NULL)) ||
- ((set_a_foreground != NULL) && (set_a_background != NULL)))
- );
-}
-
-int color_content(short color, short *r, short *g, short *b)
-{
- return ERR;
-}
-
-int pair_content(short pair, short *f, short *b)
-{
-
- if ((pair < 1) || (pair > COLOR_PAIRS))
- return ERR;
- *f = color_pairs[pair] & 0x0f;
- *b = color_pairs[pair] & 0xf0;
- *b >>= 4;
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_delch.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_delch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 0a0fd0a66fd7..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_delch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_delch.c
-**
-** The routine wdelch().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int wdelch(WINDOW *win)
-{
-chtype *temp1, *temp2;
-chtype *end;
-chtype blank = _nc_background(win);
-
- T(("wdelch(%x) called", win));
-
- end = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_maxx];
- temp2 = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_curx + 1];
- temp1 = temp2 - 1;
-
- while (temp1 < end)
- *temp1++ = *temp2++;
-
- *temp1 = blank;
-
- win->_lastchar[win->_cury] = win->_maxx;
-
- if (win->_firstchar[win->_cury] == _NOCHANGE
- || win->_firstchar[win->_cury] > win->_curx)
- win->_firstchar[win->_cury] = win->_curx;
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_delwin.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_delwin.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 0edc73b28976..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_delwin.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_delwin.c
-**
-** The routine delwin().
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int delwin(WINDOW *win)
-{
-int i;
-
- T(("delwin(%x) called", win));
-
- if (! (win->_flags & _SUBWIN)) {
- for (i = 0; i < win->_maxy && win->_line[i]; i++)
- free(win->_line[i]);
- }
-
- free(win->_firstchar);
- free(win->_lastchar);
- free(win->_line);
-
- touchwin((win->_flags & _SUBWIN) ? win->_parent : curscr);
-
- free(win);
-
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_doupdate.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_doupdate.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 1f42a90ef39e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_doupdate.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,593 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*-----------------------------------------------------------------
- *
- * lib_doupdate.c
- *
- * The routine doupdate() and its dependents
- *
- *-----------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#ifdef SYS_SELECT
-#include <sys/select.h>
-#endif
-#include <string.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#ifdef SVR4_ACTION
-#define _POSIX_SOURCE
-#endif
-#include <signal.h>
-
-static void ClrUpdate( WINDOW *scr );
-static void TransformLine( int lineno );
-static void NoIDcTransformLine( int lineno );
-static void IDcTransformLine( int lineno );
-static void ClearScreen( void );
-static void InsStr( chtype *line, int count );
-static void DelChar( int count );
-
-static inline void PutAttrChar(chtype ch)
-{
- TR(TRACE_CHARPUT, ("PutAttrChar(%s, %s)",
- _tracechar(ch & A_CHARTEXT),
- _traceattr((ch & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES))));
- if (curscr->_attrs != (ch & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES)) {
- curscr->_attrs = ch & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES;
- vidputs(curscr->_attrs, _outch);
- }
- putc(ch & A_CHARTEXT, SP->_ofp);
-}
-
-static int LRCORNER = FALSE;
-
-static inline void PutChar(chtype ch)
-{
- if (LRCORNER == TRUE && SP->_curscol == columns-1) {
- int i = lines -1;
- int j = columns -1;
-
- LRCORNER = FALSE;
- if ( (!enter_insert_mode || !exit_insert_mode)
- && !insert_character
- )
- return;
- if (cursor_left)
- putp(cursor_left);
- else
- mvcur(-1, -1, i, j);
- PutAttrChar(ch);
- if (cursor_left)
- putp(cursor_left);
- else
- mvcur(-1, -1, i, j);
- if (enter_insert_mode && exit_insert_mode) {
- putp(enter_insert_mode);
- PutAttrChar(newscr->_line[i][j-1]);
- putp(exit_insert_mode);
- } else if (insert_character) {
- putp(insert_character);
- PutAttrChar(newscr->_line[i][j-1]);
- }
- return;
- }
- PutAttrChar(ch);
- SP->_curscol++;
- if (SP->_curscol >= columns) {
- if (auto_right_margin) {
- SP->_curscol = 0;
- SP->_cursrow++;
- } else {
- SP->_curscol--;
- }
- }
-}
-
-static inline void GoTo(int row, int col)
-{
- mvcur(SP->_cursrow, SP->_curscol, row, col);
- SP->_cursrow = row;
- SP->_curscol = col;
-}
-
-int _outch(int ch)
-{
- if (SP != NULL)
- putc(ch, SP->_ofp);
- else
- putc(ch, stdout);
- return OK;
-}
-
-int doupdate(void)
-{
-int i;
-sigaction_t act, oact;
-
- T(("doupdate() called"));
-
- act.sa_handler = SIG_IGN;
- sigemptyset(&act.sa_mask);
- act.sa_flags = 0;
- sigaction(SIGTSTP, &act, &oact);
-
- if (SP->_endwin == TRUE) {
- T(("coming back from shell mode"));
- reset_prog_mode();
- if (enter_ca_mode)
- putp(enter_ca_mode);
- /* is this necessary? */
- if (enter_alt_charset_mode)
- init_acs();
- newscr->_clear = TRUE;
- SP->_endwin = FALSE;
- }
-
-#if 0 /* Not works for output-only pgms */
- /* check for pending input */
- {
- fd_set fdset;
- struct timeval timeout = {0,0};
-
- FD_ZERO(&fdset);
- FD_SET(SP->_checkfd, &fdset);
- if (select(SP->_checkfd+1, &fdset, NULL, NULL, &timeout) != 0) {
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
- return OK;
- }
- }
-#endif
-
- if (curscr->_clear) { /* force refresh ? */
- T(("clearing and updating curscr"));
- ClrUpdate(newscr); /* yes, clear all & update */
- curscr->_clear = FALSE; /* reset flag */
- } else if (newscr->_clear) {
- T(("clearing and updating newscr"));
- ClrUpdate(newscr);
- newscr->_clear = FALSE;
- } else {
- T(("Transforming lines"));
- for (i = 0; i < lines ; i++) {
- if(newscr->_firstchar[i] != _NOCHANGE)
- TransformLine(i);
- }
- }
- T(("marking screen as updated"));
- for (i = 0; i < lines; i++) {
- newscr->_firstchar[i] = _NOCHANGE;
- newscr->_lastchar[i] = _NOCHANGE;
- }
-
- curscr->_curx = newscr->_curx;
- curscr->_cury = newscr->_cury;
-
- GoTo(curscr->_cury, curscr->_curx);
-
- /* perhaps we should turn attributes off here */
-
- if (curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL)
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
-
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
-
- sigaction(SIGTSTP, &oact, NULL);
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-static int move_right_cost = -1;
-
-static int countc(int c)
-{
- return(move_right_cost++);
-}
-
-/*
-** ClrUpdate(scr)
-**
-** Update by clearing and redrawing the entire screen.
-**
-*/
-
-static void ClrUpdate(WINDOW *scr)
-{
-int i = 0, j = 0;
-int lastNonBlank;
-
- T(("ClrUpdate(%x) called", scr));
- if (back_color_erase && curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL) {
- T(("back_color_erase, turning attributes off"));
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
- }
- ClearScreen();
-
- if ((move_right_cost == -1) && parm_right_cursor) {
- move_right_cost = 0;
- tputs(tparm(parm_right_cursor, 10), 1, countc);
- }
-
- T(("updating screen from scratch"));
- for (i = 0; i < min(lines, scr->_maxy + 1); i++) {
- lastNonBlank = scr->_maxx;
-
- while (lastNonBlank >= 0 && scr->_line[i][lastNonBlank] == BLANK)
- lastNonBlank--;
-
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (i == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch) &&
- (lastNonBlank == columns-1))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
-
- for (j = 0; j <= lastNonBlank; j++) {
- if (parm_right_cursor) {
- static int inspace = 0;
-
- if ((scr->_line[i][j]) == BLANK) {
- inspace++;
- continue;
- } else if(inspace) {
- if (inspace < move_right_cost) {
- for (; inspace > 0; inspace--)
- PutChar(scr->_line[i][j-1]);
- } else {
- T(("trying to use parm_right_cursor"));
- putp(tparm(parm_right_cursor, inspace));
- SP->_curscol += inspace;
- inspace = 0;
- }
- }
- }
- PutChar(scr->_line[i][j]);
- }
- /* move cursor to the next line */
- if ((!auto_right_margin) || (lastNonBlank < columns - 1) ||
- (auto_right_margin && eat_newline_glitch && lastNonBlank == columns-1))
- {
- SP->_curscol = (lastNonBlank < 0) ? 0 : lastNonBlank;
- SP->_cursrow++;
- GoTo(i+1, 0);
- }
- }
-
-
- if (scr != curscr) {
- for (i = 0; i < lines ; i++)
- for (j = 0; j < columns; j++)
- curscr->_line[i][j] = scr->_line[i][j];
- }
-}
-
-/*
-** TransformLine(lineno)
-**
-** Call either IDcTransformLine or NoIDcTransformLine to do the
-** update, depending upon availability of insert/delete character.
-*/
-
-static void TransformLine(int lineno)
-{
-
- T(("TransformLine(%d) called",lineno));
-
- if ( (insert_character || (enter_insert_mode && exit_insert_mode))
- && delete_character)
- IDcTransformLine(lineno);
- else
- NoIDcTransformLine(lineno);
-}
-
-
-
-/*
-** NoIDcTransformLine(lineno)
-**
-** Transform the given line in curscr to the one in newscr, without
-** using Insert/Delete Character.
-**
-** firstChar = position of first different character in line
-** lastChar = position of last different character in line
-**
-** overwrite all characters between firstChar and lastChar.
-**
-*/
-
-static void NoIDcTransformLine(int lineno)
-{
-int firstChar, lastChar;
-chtype *newLine = newscr->_line[lineno];
-chtype *oldLine = curscr->_line[lineno];
-int k;
-int attrchanged = 0;
-
- T(("NoIDcTransformLine(%d) called", lineno));
-
- firstChar = 0;
- while (firstChar < columns - 1 && newLine[firstChar] == oldLine[firstChar]) {
- if(ceol_standout_glitch) {
- if((newLine[firstChar] & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES) != (oldLine[firstChar] & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES))
- attrchanged = 1;
- }
- firstChar++;
- }
-
- T(("first char at %d is %x", firstChar, newLine[firstChar]));
- if (firstChar > columns)
- return;
-
- if(ceol_standout_glitch && attrchanged) {
- firstChar = 0;
- lastChar = columns - 1;
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
- if(clr_eol) {
- if (back_color_erase && curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL) {
- T(("back_color_erase, turning attributes off"));
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
- }
- putp(clr_eol);
- }
- } else {
- lastChar = columns - 1;
- while (lastChar > firstChar && newLine[lastChar] == oldLine[lastChar])
- lastChar--;
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
- }
-
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (lineno == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch) &&
- (lastChar == columns-1))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
-
- T(("updating chars %d to %d", firstChar, lastChar));
- for (k = firstChar; k <= lastChar; k++) {
- PutChar(newLine[k]);
- oldLine[k] = newLine[k];
- }
-}
-
-/*
-** IDcTransformLine(lineno)
-**
-** Transform the given line in curscr to the one in newscr, using
-** Insert/Delete Character.
-**
-** firstChar = position of first different character in line
-** oLastChar = position of last different character in old line
-** nLastChar = position of last different character in new line
-**
-** move to firstChar
-** overwrite chars up to min(oLastChar, nLastChar)
-** if oLastChar < nLastChar
-** insert newLine[oLastChar+1..nLastChar]
-** else
-** delete oLastChar - nLastChar spaces
-*/
-
-static void IDcTransformLine(int lineno)
-{
-int firstChar, oLastChar, nLastChar;
-chtype *newLine = newscr->_line[lineno];
-chtype *oldLine = curscr->_line[lineno];
-int k, n;
-int attrchanged = 0;
-
- T(("IDcTransformLine(%d) called", lineno));
-
- if(ceol_standout_glitch && clr_eol) {
- firstChar = 0;
- while(firstChar < columns) {
- if((newLine[firstChar] & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES) != (oldLine[firstChar] & (chtype)A_ATTRIBUTES))
- attrchanged = 1;
- firstChar++;
- }
- }
-
- firstChar = 0;
-
- if (attrchanged) {
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
- if (back_color_erase && curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL) {
- T(("back_color_erase, turning attributes off"));
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
- }
- putp(clr_eol);
-
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (lineno == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
-
- for( k = 0 ; k <= (columns-1) ; k++ )
- PutChar(newLine[k]);
- } else {
- while (firstChar < columns &&
- newLine[firstChar] == oldLine[firstChar])
- firstChar++;
-
- if (firstChar >= columns)
- return;
-
- oLastChar = columns - 1;
- while (oLastChar > firstChar && oldLine[oLastChar] == BLANK)
- oLastChar--;
-
- nLastChar = columns - 1;
- while (nLastChar > firstChar && newLine[nLastChar] == BLANK)
- nLastChar--;
-
- if((nLastChar == firstChar) && clr_eol) {
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
- if (back_color_erase && curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL) {
- T(("back_color_erase, turning attributes off"));
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
- }
- putp(clr_eol);
-
- if(newLine[firstChar] != BLANK ) {
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (lineno == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch) &&
- (firstChar == columns-1))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
- PutChar(newLine[firstChar]);
- }
- } else if( newLine[nLastChar] != oldLine[oLastChar] ) {
- n = max( nLastChar , oLastChar );
-
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
-
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (lineno == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch) &&
- (n == columns-1))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
-
- for( k=firstChar ; k <= n ; k++ )
- PutChar(newLine[k]);
- } else {
- while (newLine[nLastChar] == oldLine[oLastChar]) {
- nLastChar--;
- oLastChar--;
- }
-
- n = min(oLastChar, nLastChar);
-
- GoTo(lineno, firstChar);
-
- /* check if we are at the lr corner */
- if (lineno == lines-1)
- if ((auto_right_margin) && !(eat_newline_glitch) &&
- (n == columns-1))
- {
- T(("Lower-right corner needs special handling"));
- LRCORNER = TRUE;
- }
-
- for (k=firstChar; k <= n; k++)
- PutChar(newLine[k]);
-
- if (oLastChar < nLastChar)
- InsStr(&newLine[k], nLastChar - oLastChar);
-
- else if (oLastChar > nLastChar )
- DelChar(oLastChar - nLastChar);
- }
- }
- for (k = firstChar; k < columns; k++)
- oldLine[k] = newLine[k];
-}
-
-/*
-** ClearScreen()
-**
-** Clear the physical screen and put cursor at home
-**
-*/
-
-static void ClearScreen()
-{
-
- T(("ClearScreen() called"));
-
- if (clear_screen) {
- putp(clear_screen);
- SP->_cursrow = SP->_curscol = 0;
- } else if (clr_eos) {
- SP->_cursrow = SP->_curscol = -1;
- GoTo(0,0);
-
- putp(clr_eos);
- } else if (clr_eol) {
- SP->_cursrow = SP->_curscol = -1;
-
- while (SP->_cursrow < lines) {
- GoTo(SP->_cursrow, 0);
- putp(clr_eol);
- }
- GoTo(0,0);
- }
- T(("screen cleared"));
-}
-
-
-/*
-** InsStr(line, count)
-**
-** Insert the count characters pointed to by line.
-**
-*/
-
-static void InsStr(chtype *line, int count)
-{
- T(("InsStr(%x,%d) called", line, count));
-
- if (enter_insert_mode && exit_insert_mode) {
- putp(enter_insert_mode);
- while (count) {
- PutChar(*line);
- line++;
- count--;
- }
- putp(exit_insert_mode);
- } else if (parm_ich) {
- putp(tparm(parm_ich, count));
- while (count) {
- PutChar(*line);
- line++;
- count--;
- }
- } else {
- while (count) {
- putp(insert_character);
- PutChar(*line);
- line++;
- count--;
- }
- }
-}
-
-/*
-** DelChar(count)
-**
-** Delete count characters at current position
-**
-*/
-
-static void DelChar(int count)
-{
- T(("DelChar(%d) called", count));
-
- if (back_color_erase && curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL) {
- T(("back_color_erase, turning attributes off"));
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
- }
- if (parm_dch) {
- putp(tparm(parm_dch, count));
- } else {
- while (count--)
- putp(delete_character);
- }
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_endwin.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_endwin.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 4e07e8fc24bd..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_endwin.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,50 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_endwin.c
-**
-** The routine endwin().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int isendwin()
-{
- if (SP == NULL)
- return FALSE;
- return SP->_endwin;
-}
-
-int
-endwin()
-{
- T(("endwin() called"));
-
- SP->_endwin = TRUE;
-
- if (change_scroll_region)
- putp(tparm(change_scroll_region, 0, lines - 1));
-
- mvcur(-1, -1, lines - 1, 0);
-
- if (exit_ca_mode)
- putp(exit_ca_mode);
-
- if (SP->_coloron == TRUE)
- putp(orig_pair);
-
- if (curscr && (curscr->_attrs != A_NORMAL))
- vidattr(curscr->_attrs = A_NORMAL);
-
- if (SP->_cursor != 1)
- putp(cursor_normal);
-
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
-
- return(reset_shell_mode());
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_erase.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_erase.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 38bf5ea8d93e..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_erase.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_erase.c
-**
-** The routine werase().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int werase(WINDOW *win)
-{
-int y;
-chtype *sp, *end, *start, *maxx = NULL;
-int minx;
-
- T(("werase(%x) called", win));
-
- for (y = win->_regtop; y <= win->_regbottom; y++) {
- minx = _NOCHANGE;
- start = win->_line[y];
- end = &start[win->_maxx];
-
- maxx = start;
- for (sp = start; sp <= end; sp++) {
- maxx = sp;
- if (minx == _NOCHANGE)
- minx = sp - start;
- *sp = _nc_background(win);
- }
-
- if (minx != _NOCHANGE) {
- if (win->_firstchar[y] > minx ||
- win->_firstchar[y] == _NOCHANGE)
- win->_firstchar[y] = minx;
-
- if (win->_lastchar[y] < maxx - win->_line[y])
- win->_lastchar[y] = maxx - win->_line[y];
- }
- }
- win->_curx = win->_cury = 0;
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_getch.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_getch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index c30f7f21f1f2..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_getch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,224 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_getch.c
-**
-** The routine getch().
-**
-*/
-
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include <signal.h>
-#include <errno.h>
-#if defined(BRAINDEAD)
-extern int errno;
-#endif
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-#define head SP->_fifohead
-#define tail SP->_fifotail
-#define peek SP->_fifopeek
-
-#define h_inc() { head == FIFO_SIZE-1 ? head = 0 : head++; if (head == tail) head = -1, tail = 0;}
-#define h_dec() { head == 0 ? head = FIFO_SIZE-1 : head--; if (head == tail) tail = -1;}
-#define t_inc() { tail == FIFO_SIZE-1 ? tail = 0 : tail++; if (tail == head) tail = -1;}
-#define p_inc() { peek == FIFO_SIZE-1 ? peek = 0 : peek++;}
-
-static int fifo_peek()
-{
- T(("peeking at %d", peek+1));
- return SP->_fifo[++peek];
-}
-
-static inline void fifo_dump()
-{
-int i;
- T(("head = %d, tail = %d, peek = %d", head, tail, peek));
- for (i = 0; i < 10; i++)
- T(("char %d = %d (%c)", i, SP->_fifo[i], (unsigned char)SP->_fifo[i]));
-}
-
-static inline int fifo_pull()
-{
-int ch;
- ch = SP->_fifo[head];
- T(("pulling %d from %d", ch, head));
-
- h_inc();
- fifo_dump();
- return ch;
-}
-
-int ungetch(int ch)
-{
- if (tail == -1)
- return ERR;
- if (head == -1) {
- head = 0;
- t_inc()
- } else
- h_dec();
-
- SP->_fifo[head] = ch;
- T(("ungetch ok"));
- fifo_dump();
- return OK;
-}
-
-static inline int fifo_push()
-{
-int n;
-unsigned char ch;
-
- if (tail == -1) return ERR;
-again:
- n = read(fileno(SP->_ifp), &ch, 1);
- if (n == -1 && errno == EINTR)
- goto again;
- T(("read %d characters", n));
- SP->_fifo[tail] = ch;
- if (head == -1) head = tail;
- t_inc();
- T(("pushed %d at %d", ch, tail));
- fifo_dump();
- return ch;
-}
-
-static inline void fifo_clear()
-{
-int i;
- for (i = 0; i < FIFO_SIZE; i++)
- SP->_fifo[i] = 0;
- head = -1; tail = peek = 0;
-}
-
-static int kgetch(WINDOW *);
-
-int
-wgetch(WINDOW *win)
-{
-bool setHere = FALSE; /* cbreak mode was set here */
-int ch;
-
- T(("wgetch(%x) called", win));
-
- /* this should be eliminated */
- if (! win->_scroll && (SP->_echo) && (win->_flags & _FULLWIN)
- && win->_curx == win->_maxx && win->_cury == win->_maxy)
- return(ERR);
-
- if ((is_wintouched(win) || (win->_flags & _HASMOVED)) &&
- !(win->_flags & _ISPAD))
- wrefresh(win);
-
- if (SP->_echo && ! (SP->_raw || SP->_cbreak)) {
- cbreak();
- setHere = TRUE;
- }
-
- if (win->_delay >= 0 || SP->_cbreak > 1) {
- int delay;
-
- T(("timed delay in wgetch()"));
- if (SP->_cbreak > 1)
- delay = (SP->_cbreak-1) * 100;
- else
- delay = win->_delay;
-
- T(("delay is %d microseconds", delay));
-
- if (head == -1) /* fifo is empty */
- if (timed_wait(fileno(SP->_ifp), delay, NULL) == 0)
- return ERR;
- /* else go on to read data available */
- }
-
- if (win->_use_keypad)
- ch = kgetch(win);
- else {
- if (head == -1)
- fifo_push();
- ch = fifo_pull();
- }
-
- /* This should be eliminated */
- /* handle 8-bit input */
- if (ch & 0x80)
- if (!win->_use_meta)
- ch &= 0x7f;
-
- /* there must be a simpler way of doing this */
- if (!(win->_flags & _ISPAD) &&
- SP->_echo && ch < 0400) { /* ch < 0400 => not a keypad key */
- mvwaddch(curscr, win->_begy + win->_cury,
- win->_begx + win->_curx, ch | win->_attrs);
- waddch(win, ch | win->_attrs);
- }
- if (setHere)
- nocbreak();
-
- T(("wgetch returning : '%c', '0x%x'", ch, ch));
-
- return(ch);
-}
-
-
-/*
-** int
-** kgetch()
-**
-** Get an input character, but take care of keypad sequences, returning
-** an appropriate code when one matches the input. After each character
-** is received, set a one-second alarm call. If no more of the sequence
-** is received by the time the alarm goes off, pass through the sequence
-** gotten so far.
-**
-*/
-
-static int
-kgetch(WINDOW *win)
-{
-struct try *ptr;
-int ch = 0;
-int timeleft = 1000;
-
- T(("kgetch(%x) called", win));
-
- ptr = SP->_keytry;
-
- if (head == -1) {
- ch = fifo_push();
- peek = 0;
- while (ptr != NULL) {
- T(("ch = %d", ch));
- while ((ptr != NULL) && (ptr->ch != (unsigned char)ch))
- ptr = ptr->sibling;
-
- if (ptr != NULL)
- if (ptr->value != 0) { /* sequence terminated */
- T(("end of sequence"));
- fifo_clear();
- return(ptr->value);
- } else { /* go back for another character */
- ptr = ptr->child;
- T(("going back for more"));
- } else
- break;
-
- T(("waiting for rest of sequence"));
- if (timed_wait(fileno(SP->_ifp), timeleft, &timeleft) < 1) {
- T(("ran out of time"));
- return(fifo_pull());
- } else {
- T(("got more!"));
- fifo_push();
- ch = fifo_peek();
- }
- }
- }
- return(fifo_pull());
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_getstr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_getstr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 0eda9b914a66..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_getstr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,113 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_getstr.c
-**
-** The routine wgetstr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "unctrl.h"
-
-inline void backspace(WINDOW *win)
-{
- mvwaddstr(curscr, win->_begy + win->_cury, win->_begx + win->_curx,
- "\b \b");
- waddstr(win, "\b \b");
- fputs("\b \b", SP->_ofp);
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
- SP->_curscol--;
-}
-
-int wgetnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int maxlen)
-{
-bool oldnl, oldecho, oldraw, oldcbreak, oldkeypad;
-char erasec;
-char killc;
-char *oldstr;
-int ch;
-
- T(("wgetnstr(%x,%x, %d) called", win, str, maxlen));
-
- oldnl = SP->_nl;
- oldecho = SP->_echo;
- oldraw = SP->_raw;
- oldcbreak = SP->_cbreak;
- oldkeypad = win->_use_keypad;
- nl();
- noecho();
- noraw();
- cbreak();
- keypad(win, TRUE);
-
- erasec = erasechar();
- killc = killchar();
-
- oldstr = str;
-
- vidattr(win->_attrs);
- if (is_wintouched(win) || (win->_flags & _HASMOVED))
- wrefresh(win);
-
- while ((ch = wgetch(win)) != ERR) {
- if (ch == '\n' || ch == '\r')
- break;
- if (ch == erasec || ch == KEY_LEFT || ch == KEY_BACKSPACE) {
- if (str > oldstr) {
- str--;
- backspace(win);
- }
- } else if (ch == killc) {
- while (str > oldstr) {
- str--;
- backspace(win);
- }
- } else if (maxlen >= 0 && str - oldstr >= maxlen) {
- beep();
- } else {
- mvwaddstr(curscr, win->_begy + win->_cury,
- win->_begx + win->_curx, unctrl(ch));
- waddstr(win, unctrl(ch));
- if (oldecho == TRUE) {
- fputs(unctrl(ch), SP->_ofp);
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
- }
- SP->_curscol++;
- *str++ = ch;
- }
- }
-
- win->_curx = 0;
- if (win->_cury < win->_maxy)
- win->_cury++;
- wrefresh(win);
-
- if (oldnl == FALSE)
- nonl();
-
- if (oldecho == TRUE)
- echo();
-
- if (oldraw == TRUE)
- raw();
-
- if (oldcbreak == FALSE)
- nocbreak();
-
- if (oldkeypad == FALSE)
- keypad(win, FALSE);
-
- if (ch == ERR) {
- *str = '\0';
- return ERR;
- }
- *str = '\0';
-
- T(("wgetnstr returns \"%s\"", visbuf(oldstr)));
-
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_inchstr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_inchstr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index d0ad351360f4..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_inchstr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_inchstr.c
-**
-** The routine winchnstr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int winchnstr(WINDOW *win, chtype *chstr, int i)
-{
-chtype *point, *end;
-
- T(("winschnstr(%x,'%x',%d) called", win, chstr, i));
-
- point = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_curx];
- end = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_maxx];
- if (point + i - 1 < end)
- end = point + i - 1;
-
- chstr = (chtype *)malloc((end - point + 1)*sizeof(chtype));
- chstr[end - point] = '\0';
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_initscr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_initscr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 1c2d9e374123..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_initscr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,40 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_initscr.c
-**
-** The routine initscr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-WINDOW *initscr()
-{
-static bool initialized = FALSE;
-char *name;
-#ifdef TRACE
- _init_trace();
-
- T(("initscr() called"));
-#endif
-
- /* Portable applications must not call initscr() more than once */
- if (!initialized) {
- initialized = TRUE;
-
- if ((name = getenv("TERM")) == 0)
- name = "unknown";
- if (newterm(name, stdout, stdin) == 0) {
- fprintf(stderr, "Error opening terminal: %s.\n", name);
- exit(1);
- }
- /* def_shell_mode - done in newterm */
- def_prog_mode();
- }
- return(stdscr);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_insch.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_insch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index ff306682659a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_insch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_insch.c
-**
-** The routine winsch().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int winsch(WINDOW *win, chtype c)
-{
-chtype *temp1, *temp2;
-chtype *end;
-
- T(("winsch(%x,'%x') called", win, c));
-
- end = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_curx];
- temp1 = &win->_line[win->_cury][win->_maxx];
- temp2 = temp1 - 1;
-
- while (temp1 > end)
- *temp1-- = *temp2--;
-
- *temp1 = _nc_render(win, c);
-
- win->_lastchar[win->_cury] = win->_maxx;
- if (win->_firstchar[win->_cury] == _NOCHANGE
- || win->_firstchar[win->_cury] > win->_curx)
- win->_firstchar[win->_cury] = win->_curx;
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_insdel.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_insdel.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 8729efee8593..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_insdel.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_insdel.c
-**
-** The routine winsdel(win, n).
-** positive n insert n lines above current line
-** negative n delete n lines starting from current line
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int
-winsdelln(WINDOW *win, int n)
-{
-int code = ERR;
-
- T(("winsdel(%x,%d) called", win, n));
-
- if (win) {
- if (n != 0) {
- _nc_scroll_window(win, -n, win->_cury, win->_maxy, _nc_background(win));
- }
- code = OK;
- }
- return code;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_insstr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_insstr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 63076626d26a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_insstr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_insstr.c
-**
-** The routine winsnstr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int winsnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n)
-{
-
- T(("winsstr(%x,'%x',%d) called", win, str, n));
-
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_instr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_instr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 6d850b3a9280..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_instr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,54 +0,0 @@
-
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992-1995 *
-* Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* Eric S. Raymond *
-* esr@snark.thyrsus.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, and is not *
-* removed from any of its header files. Mention of ncurses in any *
-* applications linked with it is highly appreciated. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-
-
-/*
-** lib_instr.c
-**
-** The routine winnstr().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int winnstr(WINDOW *win, char *str, int n)
-{
- int i, row, col;
-
- T(("winnstr(%p,%p,%d) called", win, str, n));
-
- getyx(win, row, col);
-
- if (n < 0)
- n = win->_maxx - win->_curx + 1;
-
- for (i = 0; i < n;) {
- str[i++] = TextOf(win->_line[row][col]);
- if (++col > win->_maxx) {
- col = 0;
- if (++row > win->_maxy)
- break;
- }
- }
- str[i] = '\0'; /* SVr4 does not seem to count the null */
-
- return (i);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_kernel.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_kernel.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 2cc71dad11e2..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_kernel.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,324 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * lib_kernel.c
- *
- * Misc. low-level routines:
- * reset_prog_mode()
- * reset_shell_mode()
- * baudrate()
- * erasechar()
- * killchar()
- * flushinp()
- * savetty()
- * resetty()
- *
- *
- */
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int wattron(WINDOW *win, chtype at)
-{
- T(("wattron(%x,%s) current = %s", win, _traceattr(at), _traceattr(win->_attrs)));
- if (PAIR_NUMBER(at) > 0x00) {
- win->_attrs = (win->_attrs & ~A_COLOR) | at ;
- T(("new attribute is %s", _traceattr(win->_attrs)));
- } else {
- win->_attrs |= at;
- T(("new attribute is %s", _traceattr(win->_attrs)));
- }
- return OK;
-}
-
-int wattroff(WINDOW *win, chtype at)
-{
-#define IGNORE_COLOR_OFF FALSE
-
- T(("wattroff(%x,%s) current = %s", win, _traceattr(at), _traceattr(win->_attrs)));
- if (IGNORE_COLOR_OFF == TRUE) {
- if (PAIR_NUMBER(at) == 0xff) /* turn off color */
- win->_attrs &= ~at;
- else /* leave color alone */
- win->_attrs &= ~(at & ~A_COLOR);
- } else {
- if (PAIR_NUMBER(at) > 0x00) /* turn off color */
- win->_attrs &= ~at;
- else /* leave color alone */
- win->_attrs &= ~(at & ~A_COLOR);
- }
- T(("new attribute is %s", _traceattr(win->_attrs)));
- return OK;
-}
-
-int reset_prog_mode()
-{
- int ret = ERR;
-
- T(("reset_prog_mode() called"));
-
- if (cur_term != 0) {
- if (tcsetattr(cur_term->fd, TCSADRAIN, &cur_term->prog_mode)==0)
- ret = OK;
- if (SP && stdscr && stdscr->_use_keypad)
- _nc_keypad(TRUE);
- }
- return ret;
-}
-
-
-int reset_shell_mode()
-{
- int ret = ERR;
-
- T(("reset_shell_mode() called"));
-
- if (cur_term != 0) {
- if (SP)
- {
- fflush(SP->_ofp);
- _nc_keypad(FALSE);
- }
- if (tcsetattr(cur_term->fd, TCSADRAIN, &cur_term->shell_mode)==0)
- ret = OK;
- }
-
- return ret;
-}
-
-int curs_set(int vis)
-{
-int cursor = SP->_cursor;
-
- T(("curs_set(%d)", vis));
-
- if (vis < 0 || vis > 2)
- return ERR;
-
- switch(vis) {
- case 2:
- if (cursor_visible)
- putp(cursor_visible);
- break;
- case 1:
- if (cursor_normal)
- putp(cursor_normal);
- break;
- case 0:
- if (cursor_invisible)
- putp(cursor_invisible);
- break;
- }
- SP->_cursor = vis;
- return cursor;
-}
-
-int delay_output(int ms)
-{
-int speed = 0;
-
- T(("delay_output(%d) called", ms));
-
- if (!no_pad_char && (speed = baudrate()) == ERR)
- return(ERR);
- else {
- register int nullcount;
-
- if (!no_pad_char)
- for (nullcount = ms * 1000 / speed; nullcount > 0; nullcount--)
- putc(*pad_char, SP->_ofp);
- (void) fflush(SP->_ofp);
- if (no_pad_char)
- napms(ms);
- }
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
- * erasechar()
- *
- * Return erase character as given in cur_term->Ottyb.
- *
- */
-
-char
-erasechar()
-{
- T(("erasechar() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- return(cur_term->Ottyb.c_cc[VERASE]);
-#else
- return(cur_term->Ottyb.sg_erase);
-#endif
-
-}
-
-
-
-/*
- * killchar()
- *
- * Return kill character as given in cur_term->Ottyb.
- *
- */
-
-char
-killchar()
-{
- T(("killchar() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- return(cur_term->Ottyb.c_cc[VKILL]);
-#else
- return(cur_term->Ottyb.sg_kill);
-#endif
-}
-
-
-
-/*
- * flushinp()
- *
- * Flush any input on cur_term->Filedes
- *
- */
-
-int flushinp()
-{
- T(("flushinp() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- tcflush(cur_term->Filedes, TCIFLUSH);
-#else
- ioctl(cur_term->Filedes, TIOCFLUSH, 0);
-#endif
- if (SP) {
- SP->_fifohead = -1;
- SP->_fifotail = 0;
- SP->_fifopeek = 0;
- }
- return OK;
-
-}
-
-
-
-/*
- * int
- * baudrate()
- *
- * Returns the current terminal's baud rate.
- *
- */
-
-#ifndef TERMIOS
-struct speed {
- speed_t s;
- int sp;
-};
-
-static struct speed speeds[] = {
- {B0, 0},
- {B50, 50},
- {B75, 75},
- {B110, 110},
- {B134, 134},
- {B150, 150},
- {B200, 200},
- {B300, 300},
- {B600, 600},
- {B1200, 1200},
- {B1800, 1800},
- {B2400, 2400},
- {B4800, 4800},
- {B9600, 9600}
-#define MAX_BAUD B9600
-#ifdef B19200
-#undef MAX_BAUD
-#define MAX_BAUD B19200
- ,{B19200, 19200}
-#endif
-#ifdef B38400
-#undef MAX_BAUD
-#define MAX_BAUD B38400
- ,{B38400, 38400}
-#endif
-#ifdef B57600
-#undef MAX_BAUD
-#define MAX_BAUD B57600
- ,{B57600, 57600}
-#endif
-#ifdef B115200
-#undef MAX_BAUD
-#define MAX_BAUD B115200
- ,{B115200, 115200}
-#endif
-};
-#endif
-
-int
-baudrate()
-{
-#ifndef TERMIOS
-int i, ret;
-#endif
-
- T(("baudrate() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- return cfgetospeed(&cur_term->Nttyb);
-#else
- ret = cur_term->Nttyb.sg_ospeed;
- if(ret < 0 || ret > MAX_BAUD)
- return ERR;
- for (i = 0; i < (sizeof(speeds) / sizeof(struct speed)); i++)
- if (speeds[i].s == ret)
- return speeds[i].sp;
- return ERR;
-#endif
-}
-
-
-/*
-** savetty() and resetty()
-**
-*/
-
-static TTY buf;
-
-int savetty()
-{
- T(("savetty() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- tcgetattr(cur_term->Filedes, &buf);
-#else
- gtty(cur_term->Filedes, &buf);
-#endif
- return OK;
-}
-
-int resetty()
-{
- T(("resetty() called"));
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &buf);
-#else
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &buf);
-#endif
- return OK;
-}
-
-
-int
-resizeterm(int ToLines, int ToCols)
-{
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_longname.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_longname.c
deleted file mode 100644
index a8de0856a2aa..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_longname.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,35 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_longname.c
-**
-** The routine longname().
-**
-*/
-
-#include <string.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-char *
-longname()
-{
-#ifndef MYTINFO
-char *ptr;
-#endif
-
- T(("longname() called"));
-
-#ifdef MYTINFO
- return cur_term->name_long;
-#else
- for (ptr = ttytype + strlen(ttytype); ptr > ttytype; ptr--)
- if (*ptr == '|')
- return(ptr + 1);
-
- return(ttytype);
-#endif
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_move.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_move.c
deleted file mode 100644
index cf56fa07df3f..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_move.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_move.c
-**
-** The routine wmove().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int
-wmove(WINDOW *win, int y, int x)
-{
- T(("wmove(%x,%d,%d) called", win, y, x));
-
- if (x >= 0 && x <= win->_maxx &&
- y >= 0 && y <= win->_maxy)
- {
- win->_curx = x;
- win->_cury = y;
-
- win->_flags |= _HASMOVED;
- return(OK);
- } else
- return(ERR);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_mvcur.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_mvcur.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 388c680b42e2..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_mvcur.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,700 +0,0 @@
-/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
- *
- * lib_mvcur.c
- *
- * The routine mvcur() etc.
- *
- * last edit-date: [Wed Jun 16 14:13:22 1993]
- *
- * -hm conversion from termcap -> terminfo
- * -hm optimization debugging
- * -hm zeyd's ncurses 0.7 update
- * -hm eat_newline_glitch bugfix
- * -hm hpux lint'ing ..
- *
- *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-#include <string.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-#ifndef OPT_MVCUR
-/*
-**
-** mvcur(oldrow, oldcol, newrow, newcol)
-** A hack for terminals that are smart enough
-** to know how to move cursor.
-** There is still a bug in the alternative long-
-** winded code.
-**
-*/
-
-int mvcur(int oldrow, int oldcol, int newrow, int newcol)
-{
- T(("mvcur(%d,%d,%d,%d) called", oldrow, oldcol, newrow, newcol));
-
- if(!cursor_address)
- return ERR;
-
- newrow %= lines;
- newcol %= columns;
-
- if (cursor_address)
- putp(tparm(cursor_address, newrow, newcol));
- return OK;
-
-}
-
-#else
-
-#define BUFSIZE 128 /* size of strategy buffer */
-
-struct Sequence
-{
- int vec[BUFSIZE]; /* vector of operations */
- int *end; /* end of vector */
- int cost; /* cost of vector */
-};
-
-static void row(struct Sequence *outseq, int orow, int nrow);
-static void column(struct Sequence *outseq, int ocol, int ncol);
-static void simp_col(struct Sequence *outseq, int oc, int nc);
-static void zero_seq(struct Sequence *seq);
-static void add_seq(struct Sequence *seq1, struct Sequence *seq2);
-static void out_seq(struct Sequence *seq);
-static void update_ops(void);
-static void init_costs(int costs[]);
-static int countc(char ch);
-static void add_op(struct Sequence *seq, int op, ...);
-static char *sequence(int op);
-
-static int c_count; /* used for counting tputs output */
-
-#define INFINITY 1000 /* biggest, impossible sequence cost */
-#define NUM_OPS 16 /* num. term. control sequences */
-#define NUM_NPARM 9 /* num. ops wo/ parameters */
-
- /* operator indexes into op_info */
-
-#define CARRIAGE_RETURN 0 /* watch out for nl mapping */
-#define CURS_DOWN 1
-#define CURS_HOME 2
-#define CURS_LEFT 3
-#define CURS_RIGHT 4
-#define CURS_TO_LL 5
-#define CURS_UP 6
-#define TAB 7
-#define BACK_TAB 8
-#define ROW_ADDR 9
-#define COL_ADDR 10
-#define P_DOWN_CURS 11
-#define P_LEFT_CURS 12
-#define P_RIGHT_CURS 13
-#define P_UP_CURS 14
-#define CURS_ADDR 15
-
-static bool loc_init = FALSE; /* set if op_info is init'ed */
-
-static bool rel_ok; /* set if we really know where we are */
-
-/*
- * op_info[NUM_OPS]
- *
- * op_info[] contains for operations with no parameters
- * the cost of the operation. These ops should be first in the array.
- * For operations with parameters, op_info[] contains
- * the negative of the number of parameters.
- */
-
-static int op_info[NUM_OPS] = {
- 0, /* carriage_return */
- 0, /* cursor_down */
- 0, /* cursor_home */
- 0, /* cursor_left */
- 0, /* cursor_right */
- 0, /* cursor_to_ll */
- 0, /* cursor_up */
- 0, /* tab */
- 0, /* back_tab */
- -1, /* row_address */
- -1, /* column_address */
- -1, /* parm_down_cursor */
- -1, /* parm_left_cursor */
- -1, /* parm_right_cursor */
- -1, /* parm_up_cursor */
- -2 /* cursor_address */
-};
-
-/*
-** Make_seq_best(best, try)
-**
-** Make_seq_best() copies try to best if try->cost < best->cost
-**
-** fixed the old version, now it really runs .. (-hm/08.04.93)
-**
-*/
-
-inline void Make_seq_best(struct Sequence *best, struct Sequence *try)
-{
- if (best->cost > try->cost) {
- register int *sptr;
-
- sptr = try->vec; /* src ptr */
- best->end = best->vec; /* dst ptr */
- while(sptr != try->end) /* copy src -> dst */
- *(best->end++) = *(sptr++);
- best->cost = try->cost; /* copy cost */
- }
-}
-
-
-/*
-**
-** mvcur(oldrow, oldcol, newrow, newcol)
-**
-** mvcur() optimally moves the cursor from the position
-** specified by (oldrow, oldcol) to (newrow, newcol). If
-** (oldrow, oldcol) == (-1, -1), mvcur() does not use relative
-** cursor motions. If the coordinates are otherwise
-** out of bounds, it mods them into range.
-**
-** Revisions needed:
-** eat_newline_glitch, auto_right_margin
-*/
-
-int mvcur(int oldrow, int oldcol, int newrow, int newcol)
-{
-struct Sequence seqA, seqB, /* allocate work structures */
- col0seq, /* sequence to get from col0 to nc */
- *best, /* best sequence so far */
- *try; /* next try */
-bool nlstat = SP->_nl; /* nl-output-mapping in effect ?*/
-
- T(("=============================\nmvcur(%d,%d,%d,%d) called",
- oldrow, oldcol, newrow, newcol));
-
- if ((oldrow == newrow) && (oldcol == newcol))
- return OK;
-
- if (oldcol == columns-1 && eat_newline_glitch && auto_right_margin) {
- putp(tparm(cursor_address, newrow, newcol));
- return OK;
- }
-
-#if 0
- if (nlstat)
- nonl();
-#endif
- update_ops(); /* make sure op_info[] is current */
-
- if (oldrow < 0 || oldcol < 0 || (eat_newline_glitch && oldcol == 0 )) {
- rel_ok = FALSE; /* relative ops ok? */
- } else {
- rel_ok = TRUE;
- oldrow %= lines; /* mod values into range */
- oldcol %= columns;
- }
-
- newrow %= lines;
- newcol %= columns;
-
- best = &seqA;
- try = &seqB;
-
- /* try out direct cursor addressing */
-
- zero_seq(best);
- add_op(best, CURS_ADDR, newrow, newcol);
-
- /* try out independent row/column addressing */
-
- if(rel_ok) {
- zero_seq(try);
- row(try, oldrow, newrow);
- column(try, oldcol, newcol);
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
-
- zero_seq(&col0seq); /* store seq. to get from c0 to nc */
- column(&col0seq, 0, newcol);
-
- if(col0seq.cost < INFINITY) { /* can get from col0 to newcol */
-
- /* try out homing and then row/column */
-
- if (! rel_ok || newcol < oldcol || newrow < oldrow) {
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, CURS_HOME, 1);
- row(try, 0, newrow);
- add_seq(try, &col0seq);
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
-
- /* try out homing to last line and then row/column */
-
- if (! rel_ok || newcol < oldcol || newrow > oldrow) {
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, CURS_TO_LL, 1);
- row(try, lines - 1, newrow);
- add_seq(try, &col0seq);
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
- }
-
- out_seq(best);
-#if 0
- if(nlstat)
- nl();
-#endif
-
- T(("==================================="));
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
-** row(outseq, oldrow, newrow)
-**
-** row() adds the best sequence for moving
-** the cursor from oldrow to newrow to seq.
-** row() considers row_address, parm_up/down_cursor
-** and cursor_up/down.
-*/
-
-static void
-row(struct Sequence *outseq, /* where to put the output */
-int orow, int nrow) /* old, new cursor locations */
-{
-struct Sequence seqA, seqB,
- *best, /* best sequence so far */
- *try; /* next try */
-
-int parm_cursor, one_step;
-
- best = &seqA;
- try = &seqB;
-
- if (nrow == orow)
- return;
-
- if (nrow < orow) {
- parm_cursor = P_UP_CURS;
- one_step = CURS_UP;
- } else {
- parm_cursor = P_DOWN_CURS;
- one_step = CURS_DOWN;
- }
-
- /* try out direct row addressing */
-
- zero_seq(best);
- add_op(best, ROW_ADDR, nrow);
-
- /* try out paramaterized up or down motion */
-
- if (rel_ok) {
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, parm_cursor, abs(orow - nrow));
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
-
- /* try getting there one step at a time... */
-
- if (rel_ok) {
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, one_step, abs(orow-nrow));
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
-
- add_seq(outseq, best);
-}
-
-
-/*
-** column(outseq, oldcol, newcol)
-**
-** column() adds the best sequence for moving
-** the cursor from oldcol to newcol to outseq.
-** column() considers column_address, parm_left/right_cursor,
-** simp_col(), and carriage_return followed by simp_col().
-*/
-
-static void column(struct Sequence *outseq, /* where to put the output */
-int ocol, int ncol) /* old, new cursor column */
-{
-struct Sequence seqA, seqB,
- *best, *try;
-int parm_cursor; /* set to either parm_up/down_cursor */
-
- best = &seqA;
- try = &seqB;
-
- if (ncol == ocol)
- return;
-
- if (ncol < ocol)
- parm_cursor = P_LEFT_CURS;
- else
- parm_cursor = P_RIGHT_CURS;
-
- /* try out direct column addressing */
-
- zero_seq(best);
- add_op(best, COL_ADDR, ncol);
-
- /* try carriage_return then simp_col() */
-
- if(! rel_ok || (ncol < ocol)) {
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, CARRIAGE_RETURN, 1);
- simp_col(try, 0, ncol);
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
- if(rel_ok) {
- /* try out paramaterized left or right motion */
-
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, parm_cursor, abs(ocol - ncol));
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
-
- /* try getting there with simp_col() */
-
- zero_seq(try);
- simp_col(try, ocol, ncol);
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
- }
-
- add_seq(outseq, best);
-}
-
-
-/*
-** simp_col(outseq, oldcol, newcol)
-**
-** simp_col() adds the best simple sequence for getting
-** from oldcol to newcol to outseq.
-** simp_col() considers (back_)tab and cursor_left/right.
-**
-** Revisions needed:
-** Simp_col asssumes that the cost of a (back_)tab
-** is less then the cost of one-stepping to get to the same column.
-** Should sometimes use overprinting instead of cursor_right.
-*/
-
-static void
-simp_col( struct Sequence *outseq, /* place to put sequence */
-int oc, int nc) /* old column, new column */
-{
-struct Sequence seqA, seqB, tabseq,
- *best, *try;
-int mytab, tabs, onepast,
- one_step, opp_step;
-
- onepast = -1;
-
- if (oc == nc)
- return;
-
- if(! rel_ok) {
- outseq->cost = INFINITY;
- return;
- }
-
- best = &seqA;
- try = &seqB;
-
- if(oc < nc) {
- mytab = TAB;
-
- if (init_tabs > 0 && op_info[TAB] < INFINITY) {
- tabs = (nc / init_tabs) - (oc / init_tabs);
- onepast = ((nc / init_tabs) + 1) * init_tabs;
- if (tabs)
- oc = onepast - init_tabs; /* consider it done */
- } else {
- tabs = 0;
- }
- one_step = CURS_RIGHT;
- opp_step = CURS_LEFT;
- } else {
- mytab = BACK_TAB;
- if (init_tabs > 0 && op_info[BACK_TAB] < INFINITY) {
- tabs = (oc / init_tabs) - (nc / init_tabs);
- onepast = ((nc - 1) / init_tabs) * init_tabs;
- if (tabs)
- oc = onepast + init_tabs; /* consider it done */
- } else {
- tabs = 0;
- }
- one_step = CURS_LEFT;
- opp_step = CURS_RIGHT;
- }
-
- /* tab as close as possible to nc */
-
- zero_seq(&tabseq);
- add_op(&tabseq, mytab, tabs);
-
- /* try extra tab and backing up */
-
- zero_seq(best);
-
- if (onepast >= 0 && onepast < columns) {
- add_op(best, mytab, 1);
- add_op(best, opp_step, abs(onepast - nc));
- } else {
- best->cost = INFINITY; /* make sure of next swap */
- }
-
- /* try stepping to nc */
-
- zero_seq(try);
- add_op(try, one_step, abs(nc - oc));
- Make_seq_best(best, try);
-
- if (tabseq.cost < INFINITY)
- add_seq(outseq, &tabseq);
- add_seq(outseq, best);
-}
-
-
-/*
-** zero_seq(seq) empties seq.
-** add_seq(seq1, seq2) adds seq1 to seq2.
-** out_seq(seq) outputs a sequence.
-*/
-
-static void
-zero_seq(seq)
-struct Sequence *seq;
-{
- seq->end = seq->vec;
- seq->cost = 0;
-}
-
-static void
-add_seq(struct Sequence *seq1, struct Sequence *seq2)
-{
-int *vptr;
-
- T(("add_seq(%x, %x)", seq1, seq2));
-
- if(seq1->cost >= INFINITY || seq2->cost >= INFINITY)
- seq1->cost = INFINITY;
- else {
- vptr = seq2->vec;
- while (vptr != seq2->end)
- *(seq1->end++) = *(vptr++);
- seq1->cost += seq2->cost;
- }
-}
-
-
-static void
-out_seq(struct Sequence *seq)
-{
-int *opptr, prm[9], ps, p, op;
-int count;
-char *sequence();
-
- T(("out_seq(%x)", seq));
-
- if (seq->cost >= INFINITY)
- return;
-
- for (opptr = seq->vec; opptr < seq->end; opptr++) {
- op = *opptr; /* grab operator */
- ps = -op_info[op];
- if(ps > 0) { /* parameterized */
- for (p = 0; p < ps; p++) /* fill in needed parms */
- prm[p] = *(++opptr);
-
- putp(tparm(sequence(op),
- prm[0], prm[1], prm[2], prm[3], prm[4],
- prm[5], prm[6], prm[7], prm[8]));
- } else {
- count = *(++opptr);
- /*rev should save tputs output instead of mult calls */
- while (count--) /* do count times */
- putp(sequence(op));
- }
- }
-}
-
-
-/*
-** update_ops()
-**
-** update_ops() makes sure that
-** the op_info[] array is updated and initializes
-** the cost array for SP if needed.
-*/
-
-static void
-update_ops()
-{
- T(("update_ops()"));
-
- if (SP) { /* SP structure exists */
- int op;
-
- if (! SP->_costinit) { /* this term not yet assigned costs */
- loc_init = FALSE; /* if !SP in the future, new term */
- init_costs(SP->_costs); /* fill term costs */
- SP->_costinit = TRUE;
- }
-
- for (op = 0; op < NUM_NPARM; op++)
- op_info[op] = SP->_costs[op]; /* set up op_info */
-
- /* check for newline that might be mapped... */
-
- if (SP->_nlmapping && index(sequence(CURS_DOWN), '\n'))
- op_info[CURS_DOWN] = INFINITY;
- } else {
- if (! loc_init) { /* using local costs */
- loc_init = TRUE;
- init_costs(op_info); /* set up op_info */
- }
-
- /* check for newline that might be mapped... */
-
- if (index(sequence(CURS_DOWN), '\n'))
- op_info[CURS_DOWN] = INFINITY;
- }
-}
-
-
-/*
-** init_costs(costs)
-**
-** init_costs() fills the array costs[NUM_NPARM]
-** with costs calculated by doing tputs() calls.
-*/
-
-static void
-init_costs(int costs[])
-{
-int i;
-
- for (i = 0; i < NUM_NPARM; i++) {
- if (sequence(i) != (char *) 0) {
- c_count = 0;
- tputs(sequence(i), 1, countc);
- costs[i] = c_count;
- } else
- costs[i] = INFINITY;
- }
-}
-
-
-/*
-** countc() increments global var c_count.
-*/
-
-static int countc(char ch)
-{
- return(c_count++);
-}
-
-/*
-** add_op(seq, op, p0, p1, ... , p8)
-**
-** add_op() adds the operator op and the appropriate
-** number of paramaters to seq. It also increases the
-** cost appropriately.
-** if op has no parameters, p0 is taken to be a count.
-*/
-
-static void add_op(struct Sequence *seq, int op, ...)
-{
-va_list argp;
-int num_ps, p;
-
- T(("adding op %d to sequence", op));
-
- va_start(argp, op);
-
- num_ps = - op_info[op]; /* get parms or -cost */
-
- *(seq->end++) = op;
-
- if (num_ps == (- INFINITY) || sequence(op) == (char *) 0) {
- seq->cost = INFINITY;
- } else if (num_ps <= 0) { /* no parms, -cost */
- int i = va_arg(argp, int);
- seq->cost -= i * num_ps; /* ADD count * cost */
- *(seq->end++) = i;
- } else {
- int prm[9];
-
- for (p = 0; p < num_ps; p++)
- *(seq->end++) = prm[p] = va_arg(argp, int);
-
- c_count = 0;
-
- tputs(tparm(sequence(op), prm[0], prm[1], prm[2], prm[3], prm[4],
- prm[5], prm[6], prm[7], prm[8]), 1, countc);
-
- seq->cost += c_count;
- }
- va_end(argp);
-}
-
-
-/*
-** char *sequence(op)
-**
-** sequence() returns a pointer to the op's
-** terminal control sequence.
-*/
-
-static char *sequence(int op)
-{
- T(("sequence(%d)", op));
-
- switch(op) {
- case CARRIAGE_RETURN:
- return (carriage_return);
- case CURS_DOWN:
- return (cursor_down);
- case CURS_HOME:
- return (cursor_home);
- case CURS_LEFT:
- return (cursor_left);
- case CURS_RIGHT:
- return (cursor_right);
- case CURS_TO_LL:
- return (cursor_to_ll);
- case CURS_UP:
- return (cursor_up);
- case TAB:
- return (tab);
- case BACK_TAB:
- return (back_tab);
- case ROW_ADDR:
- return (row_address);
- case COL_ADDR:
- return (column_address);
- case P_DOWN_CURS:
- return (parm_down_cursor);
- case P_LEFT_CURS:
- return (parm_left_cursor);
- case P_RIGHT_CURS:
- return (parm_right_cursor);
- case P_UP_CURS:
- return (parm_up_cursor);
- case CURS_ADDR:
- return (cursor_address);
- default:
- return ((char *) 0);
- }
-}
-
-#endif
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_mvwin.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_mvwin.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 2e6159fa2788..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_mvwin.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_mvwin.c
-**
-** The routine mvwin().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int mvwin(WINDOW *win, int by, int bx)
-{
- T(("mvwin(%x,%d,%d) called", win, by, bx));
-
- if (by + win->_maxy > lines - 1 || bx + win->_maxx > columns - 1)
- return(ERR);
-
- win->_begy = by;
- win->_begx = bx;
-
- touchwin(win);
-
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_newterm.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_newterm.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 4b49c8debf13..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_newterm.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,177 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_newterm.c
-**
-** The newterm() function.
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#ifdef SVR4_ACTION
-#define _POSIX_SOURCE
-#endif
-#include <signal.h>
-
-#ifdef MYTINFO
-int LINES, COLS;
-#endif
-
-static void cleanup(int sig)
-{
-
- if (sig == SIGSEGV)
- fprintf(stderr, "Got a segmentation violation signal, cleaning up and exiting\n");
- endwin();
- exit(1);
-}
-
-static void
-size_change(int sig)
-{
- struct ttysize ws;
-
- if (ioctl(0, TIOCGSIZE, &ws) != -1) {
- LINES = ws.ts_lines;
- COLS = ws.ts_cols;
- }
-}
-
-WINDOW *stdscr, *curscr, *newscr;
-SCREEN *SP;
-
-struct ripoff_t
-{
- int line;
- int (*hook)();
-}
-rippedoff[5], *rsp = rippedoff;
-
-SCREEN * newterm(char *term, FILE *ofp, FILE *ifp)
-{
-sigaction_t act;
-int errret;
-int stolen, topstolen;
-extern char _ncurses_copyright[];
-char *use_it = _ncurses_copyright;
-
- use_it = use_it; /* shut up compiler */
-#ifdef TRACE
- _init_trace();
- T(("newterm(\"%s\",%x,%x) called", term, ofp, ifp));
-#endif
-
-#ifdef MYTINFO
- if (setupterm(term, fileno(ofp), &errret) != OK)
- return NULL;
- COLS = columns;
- LINES = lines;
-#else
- if (setupterm(term, fileno(ofp), &errret) != 1)
- return NULL;
-#endif
-
- if ((SP = (SCREEN *) malloc(sizeof *SP)) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- if (ofp == stdout && ifp == stdin) {
- SP->_ofp = stdout;
- SP->_ifp = stdin;
- } else {
- SP->_ofp = ofp;
- SP->_ifp = ofp;
- }
- SP->_term = cur_term;
- SP->_cursrow = -1;
- SP->_curscol = -1;
- SP->_keytry = UNINITIALISED;
- SP->_nl = TRUE;
- SP->_raw = FALSE;
- SP->_cbreak = FALSE;
- SP->_echo = TRUE;
- SP->_nlmapping = TRUE;
- SP->_fifohead = -1;
- SP->_fifotail = 0;
- SP->_fifopeek = 0;
- SP->_endwin = FALSE;
- SP->_checkfd = fileno(ifp);
- typeahead(fileno(ifp));
-
- if (enter_ca_mode)
- putp(enter_ca_mode);
-
- init_acs();
-
- T(("creating newscr"));
- if ((newscr = newwin(lines, columns, 0, 0)) == (WINDOW *)NULL)
- return(NULL);
-
- T(("creating curscr"));
- if ((curscr = newwin(lines, columns, 0, 0)) == (WINDOW *)NULL)
- return(NULL);
-
- SP->_newscr = newscr;
- SP->_curscr = curscr;
-
- newscr->_clear = TRUE;
- curscr->_clear = FALSE;
-
- stolen = topstolen = 0;
- for (rsp = rippedoff; rsp->line; rsp++) {
- if (rsp->hook) {
- if (rsp->line < 0)
- rsp->hook(newwin(1,COLS, LINES-1,0), COLS);
- else
- rsp->hook(newwin(1,COLS, topstolen++,0), COLS);
- }
- --LINES;
- stolen++;
- }
-
- act.sa_handler = tstp;
- sigemptyset(&act.sa_mask);
- act.sa_flags = 0;
- sigaction(SIGTSTP, &act, NULL);
- act.sa_handler = cleanup;
- sigaction(SIGINT, &act, NULL);
- sigaction(SIGTERM, &act, NULL);
-#if 0
- sigaction(SIGSEGV, &act, NULL);
-#endif
- act.sa_handler = size_change;
- act.sa_flags = SA_RESTART;
- sigaction(SIGWINCH, &act, NULL); /* this must restart read() */
- if ((stdscr = newwin(lines - stolen, columns, topstolen, 0)) == NULL)
- return(NULL);
-
- SP->_stdscr = stdscr;
-
- def_shell_mode();
- def_prog_mode();
-
- T(("newterm returns %x", SP));
-
- return(SP);
-}
-
-int
-ripoffline(int line, int (*init)(WINDOW *, int))
-{
- if (line == 0)
- return(OK);
-
- if (rsp >= rippedoff + sizeof(rippedoff)/sizeof(rippedoff[0]))
- return(ERR);
-
- rsp->line = line;
- rsp->hook = init;
- rsp++;
-
- return(OK);
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_newwin.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_newwin.c
deleted file mode 100644
index b58eb07e37d0..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_newwin.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,185 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_newwin.c
-**
-** The routines newwin(), subwin() and their dependent
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-WINDOW * newwin(int num_lines, int num_columns, int begy, int begx)
-{
-WINDOW *win;
-chtype *ptr;
-int i, j;
-
- T(("newwin(%d,%d,%d,%d) called", num_lines, num_columns, begy, begx));
-
- if (num_lines == 0)
- num_lines = lines - begy;
-
- if (num_columns == 0)
- num_columns = columns - begx;
-
- if (num_columns + begx > columns || num_lines + begy > lines)
- return NULL;
-
- if ((win = makenew(num_lines, num_columns, begy, begx)) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- for (i = 0; i < num_lines; i++) {
- if ((win->_line[i] = (chtype *) calloc(num_columns, sizeof(chtype))) == NULL) {
- for (j = 0; j < i; j++)
- free(win->_line[j]);
-
- free(win->_firstchar);
- free(win->_lastchar);
- free(win->_line);
- free(win);
-
- return NULL;
- }
- else
- for (ptr = win->_line[i]; ptr < win->_line[i] + num_columns; )
- *ptr++ = ' ';
- }
-
- T(("newwin: returned window is %x", win));
-
- return(win);
-}
-
-WINDOW * derwin(WINDOW *orig, int num_lines, int num_columns, int begy, int begx)
-{
-WINDOW *win;
-int i;
-
- T(("derwin(%x, %d,%d,%d,%d) called", orig, num_lines, num_columns, begy, begx));
-
- /*
- ** make sure window fits inside the original one
- */
- if ( begy < 0 || begx < 0)
- return NULL;
- if ( begy + num_lines > orig->_maxy + 1
- || begx + num_columns > orig->_maxx + 1)
- return NULL;
-
- if (num_lines == 0)
- num_lines = orig->_maxy - orig->_begy - begy;
-
- if (num_columns == 0)
- num_columns = orig->_maxx - orig->_begx - begx;
-
- if ((win = makenew(num_lines, num_columns, orig->_begy + begy, orig->_begx + begx)) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- win->_pary = begy;
- win->_parx = begx;
- win->_attrs = orig->_attrs;
- win->_bkgd = orig->_bkgd;
-
- for (i = 0; i < num_lines; i++)
- win->_line[i] = &orig->_line[begy++][begx];
-
- win->_flags = _SUBWIN;
- win->_parent = orig;
-
- T(("derwin: returned window is %x", win));
-
- return(win);
-}
-
-
-WINDOW *subwin(WINDOW *w, int l, int c, int y, int x)
-{
- T(("subwin(%x, %d, %d, %d, %d) called", w, l, c, y, x));
- T(("parent has begy = %d, begx = %d", w->_begy, w->_begx));
-
- return derwin(w, l, c, y - w->_begy, x - w->_begx);
-}
-
-WINDOW *
-makenew(int num_lines, int num_columns, int begy, int begx)
-{
-int i;
-WINDOW *win;
-
- T(("makenew(%d,%d,%d,%d)", num_lines, num_columns, begy, begx));
-
- if ((win = (WINDOW *) malloc(sizeof(WINDOW))) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- if ((win->_line = (chtype **) calloc(num_lines, sizeof (chtype *))) == NULL) {
- free(win);
- return NULL;
- }
-
- if ((win->_firstchar = calloc(num_lines, sizeof(short))) == NULL) {
- free(win);
- free(win->_line);
- return NULL;
- }
-
- if ((win->_lastchar = calloc(num_lines, sizeof(short))) == NULL) {
- free(win);
- free(win->_line);
- free(win->_firstchar);
- return NULL;
- }
-
- win->_curx = 0;
- win->_cury = 0;
- win->_maxy = num_lines - 1;
- win->_maxx = num_columns - 1;
- win->_begy = begy;
- win->_begx = begx;
-
- win->_flags = 0;
- win->_attrs = A_NORMAL;
- win->_bkgd = BLANK;
-
- win->_clear = (num_lines == lines && num_columns == columns);
- win->_idlok = FALSE;
- win->_use_idc = TRUE;
- win->_scroll = FALSE;
- win->_leave = FALSE;
- win->_use_keypad = FALSE;
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- win->_use_meta = ((cur_term->Ottyb.c_cflag & CSIZE) == CS8 &&
- !(cur_term->Ottyb.c_iflag & ISTRIP));
-#else
- win->_use_meta = FALSE;
-#endif
- win->_delay = -1;
- win->_immed = FALSE;
- win->_sync = 0;
- win->_parx = 0;
- win->_pary = 0;
- win->_parent = (WINDOW *)NULL;
-
- win->_regtop = 0;
- win->_regbottom = num_lines - 1;
-
- for (i = 0; i < num_lines; i++)
- win->_firstchar[i] = win->_lastchar[i] = _NOCHANGE;
-
- if (begx + num_columns == columns) {
- win->_flags |= _ENDLINE;
-
- if (begx == 0 && num_lines == lines && begy == 0)
- win->_flags |= _FULLWIN;
-
- if (begy + num_lines == lines)
- win->_flags |= _SCROLLWIN;
- }
-
- return(win);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_options.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_options.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 789ebc62a303..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_options.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,273 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_options.c
-**
-** The routines to handle option setting.
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int idlok(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("idlok(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- if (flag == FALSE) {
- win->_idlok = FALSE;
- return OK;
- }
-
- if ((insert_line || parm_insert_line) && (delete_line || parm_delete_line)) {
- win->_idlok = TRUE;
- }
- return OK;
-}
-
-
-int clearok(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("clearok(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- if (win == curscr)
- newscr->_clear = flag;
- else
- win->_clear = flag;
- return OK;
-}
-
-
-int leaveok(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("leaveok(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- win->_leave = flag;
- if (flag == TRUE)
- curs_set(0);
- else
- curs_set(1);
- return OK;
-}
-
-
-int scrollok(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("scrollok(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- win->_scroll = flag;
- return OK;
-}
-
-int halfdelay(int t)
-{
- T(("halfdelay(%d) called", t));
-
- if (t < 1 || t > 255)
- return ERR;
-
- cbreak();
- SP->_cbreak = t+1;
- return OK;
-}
-
-int nodelay(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("nodelay(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- if (flag == TRUE)
- win->_delay = 0;
- else win->_delay = -1;
- return OK;
-}
-
-int notimeout(WINDOW *win, bool f)
-{
- T(("notimout(%x,%d) called", win, f));
-
- win->_notimeout = f;
- return OK;
-}
-
-int wtimeout(WINDOW *win, int delay)
-{
- T(("wtimeout(%x,%d) called", win, delay));
-
- win->_delay = delay;
- return OK;
-}
-
-static void init_keytry();
-static void add_to_try(char *, short);
-
-int keypad(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("keypad(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- if (win) {
- win->_use_keypad = flag;
- return _nc_keypad(flag);
- }
- else
- return ERR;
-}
-
-
-
-int meta(WINDOW *win, int flag)
-{
- T(("meta(%x,%d) called", win, flag));
-
- win->_use_meta = flag;
-
- if (flag && meta_on)
- putp(meta_on);
- else if (! flag && meta_off)
- putp(meta_off);
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
-** init_keytry()
-**
-** Construct the try for the current terminal's keypad keys.
-**
-*/
-
-
-static struct try *newtry;
-
-static void init_keytry()
-{
- newtry = NULL;
-
-#include "keys.tries.h"
-
- SP->_keytry = newtry;
-}
-
-
-static void add_to_try(char *str, short code)
-{
-static bool out_of_memory = FALSE;
-struct try *ptr, *savedptr;
-
- if (! str || out_of_memory)
- return;
-
- if (newtry != NULL) {
- ptr = savedptr = newtry;
-
- for (;;) {
- while (ptr->ch != (unsigned char) *str
- && ptr->sibling != NULL)
- ptr = ptr->sibling;
-
- if (ptr->ch == (unsigned char) *str) {
- if (*(++str)) {
- if (ptr->child != NULL)
- ptr = ptr->child;
- else
- break;
- } else {
- ptr->value = code;
- return;
- }
- } else {
- if ((ptr->sibling = (struct try *) malloc(sizeof *ptr)) == NULL) {
- out_of_memory = TRUE;
- return;
- }
-
- savedptr = ptr = ptr->sibling;
- ptr->child = ptr->sibling = NULL;
- ptr->ch = *str++;
- ptr->value = (short) NULL;
-
- break;
- }
- } /* end for (;;) */
- } else { /* newtry == NULL :: First sequence to be added */
- savedptr = ptr = newtry = (struct try *) malloc(sizeof *ptr);
-
- if (ptr == NULL) {
- out_of_memory = TRUE;
- return;
- }
-
- ptr->child = ptr->sibling = NULL;
- ptr->ch = *(str++);
- ptr->value = (short) NULL;
- }
-
- /* at this point, we are adding to the try. ptr->child == NULL */
-
- while (*str) {
- ptr->child = (struct try *) malloc(sizeof *ptr);
-
- ptr = ptr->child;
-
- if (ptr == NULL) {
- out_of_memory = TRUE;
-
- ptr = savedptr;
- while (ptr != NULL) {
- savedptr = ptr->child;
- free(ptr);
- ptr = savedptr;
- }
-
- return;
- }
-
- ptr->child = ptr->sibling = NULL;
- ptr->ch = *(str++);
- ptr->value = (short) NULL;
- }
-
- ptr->value = code;
- return;
-}
-
-int typeahead(int fd)
-{
-
- T(("typeahead(%d) called", fd));
- SP->_checkfd = fd;
- return OK;
-}
-
-int intrflush(WINDOW *win, bool flag)
-{
- T(("intrflush(%x, %d) called", win, flag));
- return OK;
-}
-
-/* Turn the keypad on/off
- *
- * Note: we flush the output because changing this mode causes some terminals
- * to emit different escape sequences for cursor and keypad keys. If we don't
- * flush, then the next wgetch may get the escape sequence that corresponds to
- * the terminal state _before_ switching modes.
- */
-int _nc_keypad(bool flag)
-{
- if (flag && keypad_xmit)
- {
- putp(keypad_xmit);
- (void) fflush(SP->_ofp);
- }
- else if (! flag && keypad_local)
- {
- putp(keypad_local);
- (void) fflush(SP->_ofp);
- }
-
- if (SP->_keytry == UNINITIALISED)
- init_keytry();
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_overlay.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_overlay.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 19e58f31f96d..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_overlay.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,110 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_overlay.c
-**
-** The routines overlay(), copywin(), and overwrite().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-static void overlap(WINDOW *s, WINDOW *d, int flag)
-{
-int sminrow, smincol, dminrow, dmincol, dmaxrow, dmaxcol;
-
- T(("overlap : sby %d, sbx %d, smy %d, smx %d, dby %d, dbx %d, dmy %d, dmx %d",
- s->_begy, s->_begx, s->_maxy, s->_maxx,
- d->_begy, d->_begx, d->_maxy, d->_maxx));
- sminrow = max(s->_begy, d->_begy) - s->_begy;
- smincol = max(s->_begx, d->_begx) - s->_begx;
- dminrow = max(s->_begy, d->_begy) - d->_begy;
- dmincol = max(s->_begx, d->_begx) - d->_begx;
- dmaxrow = min(s->_maxy+s->_begy, d->_maxy+d->_begy) - d->_begy;
- dmaxcol = min(s->_maxx+s->_begx, d->_maxx+d->_begx) - d->_begx;
-
- copywin(s, d, sminrow, smincol, dminrow, dmincol, dmaxrow, dmaxcol, flag);
-}
-
-/*
-**
-** overlay(win1, win2)
-**
-**
-** overlay() writes the overlapping area of win1 behind win2
-** on win2 non-destructively.
-**
-**/
-
-int overlay(WINDOW *win1, WINDOW *win2)
-{
- overlap(win1, win2, TRUE);
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
-**
-** overwrite(win1, win2)
-**
-**
-** overwrite() writes the overlapping area of win1 behind win2
-** on win2 destructively.
-**
-**/
-
-int overwrite(WINDOW *win1, WINDOW *win2)
-{
- overlap(win1, win2, FALSE);
- return OK;
-}
-
-int copywin(WINDOW *src, WINDOW *dst,
- int sminrow, int smincol,
- int dminrow, int dmincol, int dmaxrow, int dmaxcol,
- int over)
-{
-int sx, sy, dx, dy;
-
- T(("copywin(%x, %x, %d, %d, %d, %d, %d, %d, %d)",
- src, dst, sminrow, smincol, dminrow, dmincol, dmaxrow, dmaxcol, over));
-
- /* make sure rectangle exists in source */
- if ((sminrow + dmaxrow - dminrow) > (src->_maxy + 1) ||
- (smincol + dmaxcol - dmincol) > (src->_maxx + 1)) {
- return ERR;
- }
-
- T(("rectangle exists in source"));
-
- /* make sure rectangle fits in destination */
- if (dmaxrow > dst->_maxy || dmaxcol > dst->_maxx) {
- return ERR;
- }
-
- T(("rectangle fits in destination"));
-
- for (dy = dminrow, sy = sminrow; dy <= dmaxrow; sy++, dy++) {
- dst->_firstchar[dy] = dmincol;
- dst->_lastchar[dy] = dmincol;
- for (dx = dmincol, sx = smincol; dx <= dmaxcol; sx++, dx++) {
- if (over == TRUE ) {
- if (((src->_line[sy][sx] & A_CHARTEXT) != ' ') && (dst->_line[dy][dx] != src->_line[sy][sx])) {
- dst->_line[dy][dx] = src->_line[sy][sx];
- dst->_lastchar[dy] = dx;
- } else
- dst->_firstchar[dy]++;
- } else {
- if (dst->_line[dy][dx] != src->_line[sy][sx]) {
- dst->_line[dy][dx] = src->_line[sy][sx];
- dst->_lastchar[dy] = dx;
- } else
- dst->_firstchar[dy]++;
- }
- }
- }
- T(("finished copywin"));
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_pad.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_pad.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 5b4aa9926fce..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_pad.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,143 +0,0 @@
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * lib_pad.c
- * newpad -- create a new pad
- * pnoutrefresh -- refresh a pad, no update
- * pechochar -- add a char to a pad and refresh
- */
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-WINDOW *newpad(int l, int c)
-{
-WINDOW *win;
-chtype *ptr;
-int i, j;
-
- T(("newpad(%d, %d) called", l, c));
-
- if (l <= 0 || c <= 0)
- return NULL;
-
- if ((win = makenew(l,c,0,0)) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- win->_flags |= _ISPAD;
-
- for (i = 0; i < l; i++) {
- if ((win->_line[i] = (chtype *) calloc(c, sizeof(chtype))) == NULL) {
- for (j = 0; j < i; j++)
- free(win->_line[j]);
-
- free(win->_firstchar);
- free(win->_lastchar);
- free(win->_line);
- free(win);
-
- return NULL;
- }
- else
- for (ptr = win->_line[i]; ptr < win->_line[i] + c; )
- *ptr++ = ' ';
- }
-
- T(("newpad: returned window is %x", win));
-
- return(win);
-}
-
-int prefresh(WINDOW *win, int pminrow, int pmincol,
- int sminrow, int smincol, int smaxrow, int smaxcol)
-{
- T(("prefresh() called"));
- if (pnoutrefresh(win, pminrow, pmincol, sminrow, smincol, smaxrow, smaxcol) != ERR)
- return (doupdate());
- else
- return ERR;
-
-}
-
-int pnoutrefresh(WINDOW *win, int pminrow, int pmincol,
- int sminrow, int smincol, int smaxrow, int smaxcol)
-{
-int i, j;
-int m, n;
-
- T(("pnoutrefresh(%x, %d, %d, %d, %d, %d, %d) called",
- win, pminrow, pmincol, sminrow, smincol, smaxrow, smaxcol));
-
- if (!(win->_flags & _ISPAD))
- return ERR;
-
- T(("one"));
- if (pminrow < 0) pminrow = 0;
- if (pmincol < 0) pmincol = 0;
- if (sminrow < 0) sminrow = 0;
- if (smincol < 0) smincol = 0;
-
- T(("two"));
- if (smaxrow >= LINES || smaxcol >= COLS)
- return ERR;
-
- T(("three"));
- if ((pminrow + smaxrow - sminrow > win->_maxy) ||
- (pmincol + smaxcol - smincol > win->_maxx))
- return ERR;
-
- T(("pad being refreshed"));
-
- for (i = pminrow, m = sminrow; i <= pminrow + smaxrow-sminrow;
- i++, m++) {
- for (j = pmincol, n = smincol; j <= pmincol + smaxcol-smincol;
- j++, n++) {
- if (win->_line[i][j] != newscr->_line[m][n]) {
- newscr->_line[m][n] = win->_line[i][j];
-
- if (newscr->_firstchar[m] == _NOCHANGE)
- newscr->_firstchar[m] = newscr->_lastchar[m] = n;
- else if (n < newscr->_firstchar[m])
- newscr->_firstchar[m] = n;
- else if (n > newscr->_lastchar[m])
- newscr->_lastchar[m] = n;
- }
- }
- }
-
- win->_firstchar[i] = win->_lastchar[i] = _NOCHANGE;
-
- win->_begx = smincol;
- win->_begy = sminrow;
-
- if (win->_clear) {
- win->_clear = FALSE;
- newscr->_clear = TRUE;
- }
-
- if (! win->_leave) {
- newscr->_cury = win->_cury + win->_begy;
- newscr->_curx = win->_curx + win->_begx;
- }
- return OK;
-}
-
-int pechochar(WINDOW *pad, chtype ch)
-{
-int x, y;
-
- T(("echochar(%x, %x)", pad, ch));
-
- if (pad->_flags & _ISPAD)
- return ERR;
-
- x = pad->_begx + pad->_curx;
- y = pad->_begy + pad->_cury;
-
- waddch(curscr, ch);
- doupdate();
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_printw.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_printw.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 236c29a4beaa..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_printw.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,75 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_printw.c
-**
-** The routines printw(), wprintw() and friends.
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int printw(char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list argp;
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- T(("printw(\"%s\",...) called", fmt));
-
- va_start(argp, fmt);
- vsprintf(buf, fmt, argp);
- va_end(argp);
- return(waddstr(stdscr, buf));
-}
-
-
-
-int wprintw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list argp;
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- T(("wprintw(%x,\"%s\",...) called", win, fmt));
-
- va_start(argp, fmt);
- vsprintf(buf, fmt, argp);
- va_end(argp);
- return(waddstr(win, buf));
-}
-
-
-
-int mvprintw(int y, int x, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list argp;
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- va_start(argp, fmt);
- vsprintf(buf, fmt, argp);
- va_end(argp);
- return(move(y, x) == OK ? waddstr(stdscr, buf) : ERR);
-}
-
-
-
-int mvwprintw(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list argp;
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- va_start(argp, fmt);
- vsprintf(buf, fmt, argp);
- va_end(argp);
- return(wmove(win, y, x) == OK ? waddstr(win, buf) : ERR);
-}
-
-int vwprintw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, va_list argp)
-{
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- vsprintf(buf, fmt, argp);
- return(waddstr(win, buf));
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_raw.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_raw.c
deleted file mode 100644
index fac726e6583f..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_raw.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,201 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * raw.c
- *
- * Routines:
- * raw()
- * echo()
- * nl()
- * cbreak()
- * noraw()
- * noecho()
- * nonl()
- * nocbreak()
- *
- */
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
-static tcflag_t iexten = 0;
-#endif
-
-int raw()
-{
- T(("raw() called"));
-
- SP->_raw = TRUE;
- SP->_cbreak = TRUE;
- SP->_nlmapping = TRUE;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- if(iexten == 0)
- iexten = cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag & IEXTEN;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag &= ~(ICANON|ISIG|iexten);
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_iflag &= ~(INPCK|ISTRIP|IXON);
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_oflag &= ~(OPOST);
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_cc[VMIN] = 1;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_cc[VTIME] = 0;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags |= RAW;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-int cbreak()
-{
- T(("cbreak() called"));
-
- SP->_cbreak = 1;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag &= ~ICANON;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag |= ISIG;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_cc[VMIN] = 1;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_cc[VTIME] = 0;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags |= CBREAK;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-int echo()
-{
- T(("echo() called"));
-
- SP->_echo = TRUE;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag |= ECHO;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags |= ECHO;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-
-int nl()
-{
- T(("nl() called"));
-
- SP->_nl = TRUE;
- SP->_nlmapping = ! SP->_raw;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_iflag |= IXON|ICRNL|IXOFF;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_oflag |= OPOST|ONLCR;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags |= CRMOD;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-
-int noraw()
-{
- T(("noraw() called"));
-
- SP->_raw = FALSE;
- SP->_cbreak = FALSE;
- SP->_nlmapping = SP->_nl;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag |= ISIG|ICANON|iexten;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_iflag |= IXON;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_oflag |= OPOST;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags &= ~(RAW|CBREAK);
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-
-}
-
-
-int nocbreak()
-{
- T(("nocbreak() called"));
-
- SP->_cbreak = 0;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag |= ICANON;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags &= ~CBREAK;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-int noecho()
-{
- T(("noecho() called"));
-
- SP->_echo = FALSE;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_lflag &= ~(ECHO);
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags &= ~ECHO;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
-
-
-int nonl()
-{
- T(("nonl() called"));
-
- SP->_nl = SP->_nlmapping = FALSE;
-
-#ifdef TERMIOS
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_iflag &= ~ICRNL;
- cur_term->Nttyb.c_oflag &= ~ONLCR;
- if((tcsetattr(cur_term->Filedes, TCSANOW, &cur_term->Nttyb)) == -1)
- return ERR;
- else
- return OK;
-#else
- cur_term->Nttyb.sg_flags &= ~CRMOD;
- stty(cur_term->Filedes, &cur_term->Nttyb);
- return OK;
-#endif
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_refresh.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_refresh.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 994802525a14..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_refresh.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,91 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * lib_refresh.c
- *
- * The routines wredrawln(), wrefresh() and wnoutrefresh().
- *
- */
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int wredrawln(WINDOW *win, int beg, int num)
-{
- T(("wredrawln(%x,%d,%d) called", win, beg, num));
- touchline(win, beg, num);
- wrefresh(win);
- return OK;
-}
-
-int wrefresh(WINDOW *win)
-{
- T(("wrefresh(%x) called", win));
-
- if (win == curscr)
- curscr->_clear = TRUE;
- else
- wnoutrefresh(win);
- return(doupdate());
-}
-
-int wnoutrefresh(WINDOW *win)
-{
-int i, j;
-int begx = win->_begx;
-int begy = win->_begy;
-int m, n;
-
- T(("wnoutrefresh(%x) called", win));
-
- /*
- * This function will break badly if we try to refresh a pad.
- */
- if ((win == 0)
- || (win->_flags & _ISPAD))
- return(ERR);
-
- /*
- * If 'newscr' has a different background than the window that we're
- * trying to refresh, we'll have to copy the whole thing.
- */
- if (win->_bkgd != newscr->_bkgd) {
- touchwin(win);
- newscr->_bkgd = win->_bkgd;
- }
- newscr->_attrs = win->_attrs;
-
- win->_flags &= ~_HASMOVED;
- for (i = 0, m = begy; i <= win->_maxy; i++, m++) {
- if (win->_firstchar[i] != _NOCHANGE) {
- j = win->_firstchar[i];
- n = j + begx;
- for (; j <= win->_lastchar[i]; j++, n++) {
- if (win->_line[i][j] != newscr->_line[m][n]) {
- newscr->_line[m][n] = win->_line[i][j];
-
- if (newscr->_firstchar[m] == _NOCHANGE)
- newscr->_firstchar[m] = newscr->_lastchar[m] = n;
- else if (n < newscr->_firstchar[m])
- newscr->_firstchar[m] = n;
- else if (n > newscr->_lastchar[m])
- newscr->_lastchar[m] = n;
- }
- }
- }
- win->_firstchar[i] = win->_lastchar[i] = _NOCHANGE;
- }
-
- if (win->_clear) {
- win->_clear = FALSE;
- newscr->_clear = TRUE;
- }
-
- if (! win->_leave) {
- newscr->_cury = win->_cury + win->_begy;
- newscr->_curx = win->_curx + win->_begx;
- }
- return(OK);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_scanw.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_scanw.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 69b5a33f5b71..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_scanw.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,66 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_scanw.c
-**
-** The routines scanw(), wscanw() and friends.
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int vwscanw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, va_list argp)
-{
-char buf[BUFSIZ];
-
- if (wgetstr(win, buf) == ERR)
- return(ERR);
-
- return(vsscanf(buf, fmt, argp));
-}
-
-int scanw(char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list ap;
-
- T(("scanw(\"%s\",...) called", fmt));
-
- va_start(ap, fmt);
- return(vwscanw(stdscr, fmt, ap));
-}
-
-int wscanw(WINDOW *win, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list ap;
-
- T(("wscanw(%x,\"%s\",...) called", win, fmt));
-
- va_start(ap, fmt);
- return(vwscanw(win, fmt, ap));
-}
-
-
-
-int mvscanw(int y, int x, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list ap;
-
- va_start(ap, fmt);
- return(move(y, x) == OK ? vwscanw(stdscr, fmt, ap) : ERR);
-}
-
-
-
-int mvwscanw(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list ap;
-
- va_start(ap, fmt);
- return(wmove(win, y, x) == OK ? vwscanw(win, fmt, ap) : ERR);
-}
-
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_screen.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_screen.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 382411bc657b..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_screen.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,58 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-#included "curses.priv.h"
-
-int putwin(WINDOW *win, char *file)
-{
-int fd, i;
-
- fd = open(file, O_WRONLY);
- if (fd < -1)
- return ERR;
- for (i = 0; i < lines; i++)
- write(fd, win->_line[i], sizeof(chtype)*columns);
- close(fd);
- return OK;
-}
-
-int scr_restore(char *file)
-{
-int fd, i;
-
- fd = open(file, O_RDONLY);
- if (fd < -1)
- return ERR;
- for (i = 0; i < lines; i++)
- read(fd, curscr->_line[i], sizeof(chtype)*columns);
- touchwin(curscr);
- close(fd);
- return OK;
-}
-
-int scr_dump(char *file)
-{
-
- putwin(curscr, file);
-}
-
-int scr_init(char *file)
-{
-
- return ERR;
-}
-
-int scr_set(char *file)
-{
-
- return ERR;
-}
-
-WINDOW *getwin(FILE *filep)
-{
-
- return NULL;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_scroll.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_scroll.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 3a608369d7f9..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_scroll.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,218 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_scroll.c
-**
-** The routine wscrl(win, n).
-** positive n scroll the window up (ie. move lines down)
-** negative n scroll the window down (ie. move lines up)
-**
-*/
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-void _nc_soft_scroll_window(WINDOW *win, int const n, short const top, short const bottom, chtype blank)
-{
-int line, i;
-chtype *ptr, *temp;
-chtype **saved;
-
- saved = (chtype **)calloc(abs(n), sizeof(chtype *));
-
- if (n < 0) {
- /* save overwritten lines */
-
- for (i = 0; i < -n && bottom-i >= 0; i++)
- saved[i] = win->_line[bottom-i];
-
- /* shift n lines */
-
- for (line = bottom; line >= top-n && line >= 0; line--)
- win->_line[line] = win->_line[line+n];
-
- /* restore saved lines and blank them */
-
- for (i = 0, line = top; line < top-n && line <= win->_maxy; line++, i++) {
- if (saved[i])
- win->_line[line] = saved[i];
- temp = win->_line[line];
- for (ptr = temp; ptr - temp <= win->_maxx; ptr++)
- *ptr = blank;
- }
- } else {
- /* save overwritten lines */
-
- for (i = 0; i < n && top+i <= win->_maxy; i++)
- saved[i] = win->_line[top+i];
-
- /* shift n lines */
-
- for (line = top; line <= bottom-n && line+n <= win->_maxy; line++)
- win->_line[line] = win->_line[line+n];
-
- /* restore saved lines and blank them */
-
- for (i = 0, line = bottom; line > bottom - n && line >= 0; line--, i++) {
- if (saved[i])
- win->_line[line] = saved[i];
- temp = win->_line[line];
- for (ptr = temp; ptr - temp <= win->_maxx; ptr++)
- *ptr = blank;
- }
- }
- /* touchline(win, top, bottom-top+1); */ /* not yet */
- free(saved);
-}
-
-void _nc_scroll_window(WINDOW *win, int n, short const top, short const bottom, chtype blank)
-{
-int physical = FALSE;
-int i;
-
- if (n > lines)
- n = lines;
- else if (-n > lines)
- n = -lines;
-
- /* as an optimization, if the scrolling region is the entire screen
- scroll the physical screen */
-
- if ( top != bottom
- && win->_begx == 0 && win->_maxx == columns - 1
- && !memory_above && !memory_below
- && ((((win->_begy+top == 0 && win->_begy+bottom == lines - 1)
- || change_scroll_region)
- && ( (n < 0 && (parm_rindex || scroll_reverse))
- || (n > 0 && (parm_index || scroll_forward))
- )
- ) || (win->_idlok && (parm_insert_line || insert_line)
- && (parm_delete_line || delete_line)
- )
- )
- )
- physical = TRUE;
-
- if (physical == TRUE) {
- wrefresh(win);
- _nc_soft_scroll_window(curscr, n, win->_begy+top, win->_begy+bottom, blank);
- _nc_soft_scroll_window(newscr, n, win->_begy+top, win->_begy+bottom, blank);
- }
- _nc_soft_scroll_window(win, n, top, bottom, blank);
-
- if (physical == TRUE) {
- if (n < 0) {
- if ( (( win->_begy+top == 0
- && win->_begy+bottom == lines - 1)
- || change_scroll_region)
- && (parm_rindex || scroll_reverse)
- ) {
- if (change_scroll_region &&
- (win->_begy+top != 0 || win->_begy+bottom != lines - 1)
- )
- putp(tparm(change_scroll_region, win->_begy+top, win->_begy+bottom));
- i = abs(n);
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+top, 0);
- if (parm_rindex) {
- putp(tparm(parm_rindex, i));
- } else if (scroll_reverse) {
- while (i--)
- putp(scroll_reverse);
- }
- if (change_scroll_region &&
- (win->_begy+top != 0 || win->_begy+bottom != lines - 1)
- )
- putp(tparm(change_scroll_region, 0, lines-1));
- } else {
- i = abs(n);
- if (win->_begy+bottom < lines - 1) {
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+bottom, 0);
- if (parm_delete_line) {
- putp(tparm(parm_delete_line, i));
- } else if (delete_line) {
- while (i--)
- putp(delete_line);
- i = abs(n);
- }
- }
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+top, 0);
- if (parm_insert_line) {
- putp(tparm(parm_insert_line, i));
- } else if (insert_line) {
- while (i--)
- putp(insert_line);
- }
- }
- } else {
- if ( (( win->_begy+top == 0
- && win->_begy+bottom == lines - 1)
- || change_scroll_region)
- && (parm_index || scroll_forward)
- ) {
- if (change_scroll_region &&
- (win->_begy+top != 0 || win->_begy+bottom != lines - 1)
- )
- putp(tparm(change_scroll_region, win->_begy+top, win->_begy+bottom));
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+bottom, 0);
- if (parm_index) {
- putp(tparm(parm_index, n));
- } else if (scroll_forward) {
- i = n;
- while (i--)
- putp(scroll_forward);
- }
- if (change_scroll_region &&
- (win->_begy+top != 0 || win->_begy+bottom != lines - 1)
- )
- putp(tparm(change_scroll_region, 0, lines-1));
- } else {
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+top, 0);
- if (parm_delete_line) {
- putp(tparm(parm_delete_line, n));
- } else if (delete_line) {
- i = n;
- while (i--)
- putp(delete_line);
- }
- if (win->_begy+bottom < lines - 1) {
- mvcur(win->_begy+top, 0, win->_begy+bottom, 0);
- if (parm_insert_line) {
- putp(tparm(parm_insert_line, n));
- } else if (insert_line) {
- i = n;
- while (i--)
- putp(insert_line);
- }
- }
- }
- }
-
- mvcur(-1, -1, win->_begy+win->_cury, win->_begx+win->_curx);
- } else
- touchline(win, top, bottom - top + 1);
-}
-
-
-int
-wscrl(WINDOW *win, int n)
-{
- T(("wscrl(%x,%d) called", win, n));
-
- if (!win || !win->_scroll)
- return ERR;
-
- if (n == 0)
- return OK;
-
- if ((n > (win->_regbottom - win->_regtop)) ||
- (-n > (win->_regbottom - win->_regtop)))
- return ERR;
-
- _nc_scroll_window(win, n, win->_regtop, win->_regbottom, _nc_background(win));
-
- return OK;
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_scrreg.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_scrreg.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 31bab4f5a96a..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_scrreg.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,32 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_scrreg.c
-**
-** The routine wsetscrreg().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-int wsetscrreg(WINDOW *win, int top, int bottom)
-{
- T(("wsetscrreg(%x,%d,%d) called", win, top, bottom));
-
- if (top >= 0 && top <= win->_maxy &&
- bottom >= 0 && bottom <= win->_maxy &&
- bottom > top)
- {
- win->_regtop = top;
- win->_regbottom = bottom;
-
- T(("correctly set scrolling region between %d and %d", top, bottom));
-
- return(OK);
- } else
- return(ERR);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_set_term.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_set_term.c
deleted file mode 100644
index bc73ca335360..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_set_term.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,33 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_set_term.c
-**
-** The routine set_term().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-struct screen *
-set_term(screen)
-struct screen *screen;
-{
-struct screen *oldSP;
-
- T(("set_term(%o) called", screen));
-
- oldSP = SP;
- SP = screen;
-
- cur_term = SP->_term;
- curscr = SP->_curscr;
- newscr = SP->_newscr;
- stdscr = SP->_stdscr;
-
- return(oldSP);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_slk.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_slk.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 8be6ac016924..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_slk.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,255 +0,0 @@
-
-/*
- * lib_slk.c
- * Soft key routines.
- *
- * Copyright (C) Gerhard Fuernkranz 1993
- * Permisson is granted to redistribute this
- * code under the terms of the GNU Copyleft.
- */
-
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include <string.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-
-int _slk_format; /* format specified in slk_init() */
-
-#define MAXCOLUMNS 135
-#define MAXLINES 66
-#define UNINITIALISED ((struct try * ) -1)
-/*
- * Retrieve label text.
- */
-
-char *
-slk_label(int n)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-
- T(("slk_label(%d)", n));
-
- if (slk == NULL || n < 1 || n > 8)
- return NULL;
- return slk->ent[n-1].text;
-}
-
-/*
- * Write the soft lables to the slk window.
- */
-
-static void
-slk_intern_refresh(SLK *slk)
-{
-int i;
- T(("slk_intern_refresh(%x)", slk));
-
- for (i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
- if (slk->dirty || slk->ent[i].dirty) {
- if (slk->ent[i].visible) {
- wmove(slk->win,0,slk->ent[i].x);
- wattrset(slk->win,A_REVERSE);
- waddstr(slk->win,slk->ent[i].form_text);
- wattrset(slk->win,A_NORMAL);
- }
- slk->ent[i].dirty = FALSE;
- }
- }
- slk->dirty = FALSE;
-}
-
-/*
- * Refresh the soft label window.
- */
-
-int
-slk_noutrefresh(void)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-
- T(("slk_noutrefresh()"));
-
- if (slk == NULL)
- return ERR;
- if (slk->hidden)
- return OK;
- slk_intern_refresh(slk);
- return wnoutrefresh(slk->win);
-}
-
-/*
- * Refresh the soft label window.
- */
-
-int
-slk_refresh(void)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-
- T(("slk_refresh()"));
-
- if (slk == NULL)
- return ERR;
- if (slk->hidden)
- return OK;
- slk_intern_refresh(slk);
- return wrefresh(slk->win);
-}
-
-/*
- * Restore the soft labels on the screen.
- */
-
-int
-slk_restore(void)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-
- T(("slk_restore()"));
-
- if (slk == NULL)
- return ERR;
- slk->hidden = FALSE;
- slk->dirty = TRUE;
- return slk_refresh();
-}
-
-/*
- * Set soft label text.
- */
-
-int
-slk_set(int i, char *str, int format)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-int len;
- T(("slk_set(%d, \"%s\", %d)", i, str, format));
-
- if (slk == NULL || i < 1 || i > 8 || format < 0 || format > 2)
- return ERR;
- if (str == NULL)
- str = "";
- i--;
- strncpy(slk->ent[i].text,str,8);
- memset(slk->ent[i].form_text,' ',8);
- slk->ent[i].text[8] = 0;
- slk->ent[i].form_text[8] = 0;
- len = strlen(slk->ent[i].text);
- switch(format) {
- case 0: /* left */
- memcpy(slk->ent[i].form_text,slk->ent[i].text,len);
- break;
- case 1: /* center */
- memcpy(slk->ent[i].form_text+(8-len)/2,slk->ent[i].text,len);
- break;
- case 2: /* right */
- memcpy(slk->ent[i].form_text+8-len,slk->ent[i].text,len);
- break;
- }
- slk->ent[i].dirty = TRUE;
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
- * Pretend, that soft keys have been changed.
- */
-
-int
-slk_touch(void)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
- T(("slk_touch()"));
-
- if (slk == NULL)
- return ERR;
- slk->dirty = TRUE;
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
- * Remove soft labels from the screen.
- */
-
-int
-slk_clear(void)
-{
-SLK *slk = SP->_slk;
-
- T(("slk_clear()"));
-
- if (slk == NULL)
- return ERR;
- slk->hidden = TRUE;
- /* For simulated SLK's it's looks much more natural to
- inherit those attributes from the standard screen */
- slk->win->_bkgd = stdscr->_bkgd;
- slk->win->_attrs = stdscr->_attrs;
- werase(slk->win);
- return wrefresh(slk->win);
-}
-
-/*
- * Initialize soft labels.
- * Called from newterm()
- */
-
-static int
-slk_initialize(WINDOW *stwin, int cols)
-{
-SLK *slk;
-int i, maxlab, x;
-
- T(("slk_initialize()"));
-
- if ((SP->_slk = slk = (SLK*) calloc(1,sizeof(SLK))) == NULL)
- return OK;
- maxlab = (cols+1)/9;
- for (i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
- memset(slk->ent[i].form_text,' ',8);
- slk->ent[i].visible = i < maxlab;
- }
- if (_slk_format == 1) { /* 4-4 */
- int gap = cols - 64 - 6;
- if (gap < 1)
- gap = 1;
- for (i = x = 0; i < 8; i++) {
- slk->ent[i].x = x;
- x += 8;
- x += (i == 3) ? gap : 1;
- }
- }
- else { /* 0 -> 3-2-3 */
- int gap = (cols - 64 - 5) / 2;
- if (gap < 1)
- gap = 1;
- for (i = x = 0; i < 8; i++) {
- slk->ent[i].x = x;
- x += 8;
- x += (i == 2 || i == 4) ? gap : 1;
- }
- }
- slk->dirty = TRUE;
- if ((slk->win = stwin) == NULL)
- {
- free(slk);
- return ERR;
- }
-
- return OK;
-}
-
-/*
- * Initialize soft labels.
- * Called by the user.
- */
-
-int
-slk_init(int format)
-{
- if (format < 0 || format > 1)
- return ERR;
- _slk_format = format;
- ripoffline(-1, slk_initialize);
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_touch.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_touch.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 4d291b3f33c1..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_touch.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_touch.c
-**
-** The routines untouchwin(),
-** wtouchln(),
-** is_linetouched()
-** is_wintouched().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int is_linetouched(WINDOW *win, int line)
-{
- if (line > win->_maxy || line < 0)
- return ERR;
- if (win->_firstchar[line] != _NOCHANGE) return TRUE;
- return FALSE;
-}
-
-int is_wintouched(WINDOW *win)
-{
-int i;
-
- for (i = 0; i <= win->_maxy; i++)
- if (win->_firstchar[i] != _NOCHANGE)
- return TRUE;
- return FALSE;
-}
-
-int wtouchln(WINDOW *win, int y, int n, int changed)
-{
-int i;
-
- T(("wtouchln(%x,%d,%d,%d)", win, y, n, changed));
-
- for (i = y; i < y+n; i++) {
- win->_firstchar[i] = changed ? 0 : _NOCHANGE;
- win->_lastchar[i] = changed ? win->_maxx : _NOCHANGE;
- }
- return OK;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_trace.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_trace.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 3a6646725577..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_trace.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,179 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
- * lib_trace.c - Tracing/Debugging routines
- */
-
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include <ctype.h>
-#include <fcntl.h>
-#include <errno.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-#if defined(BRAINDEAD)
-extern int errno;
-#endif
-
-int _tracing = 0;
-
-static int tracefd;
-
-void _tracef(char *fmt, ...);
-
-void _init_trace()
-{
-static int been_here = 0;
-
- if (! been_here) {
- been_here = 1;
-
- if ((tracefd = creat("trace", 0644)) < 0) {
- write(2, "curses: Can't open 'trace' file: ", 33);
- write(2, strerror(errno), strlen(strerror(errno)));
- write(2, "\n", 1);
- exit(1);
- }
- _tracef("TRACING NCURSES version %s", NCURSES_VERSION);
- }
-}
-
-
-void trace(const unsigned int tracelevel)
-{
- _tracing = tracelevel;
-}
-
-
-char *_traceattr(int newmode)
-{
-static char buf[BUFSIZ];
-struct {unsigned int val; char *name;}
-names[] =
- {
- {A_STANDOUT, "A_STANDOUT, ",},
- {A_UNDERLINE, "A_UNDERLINE, ",},
- {A_REVERSE, "A_REVERSE, ",},
- {A_BLINK, "A_BLINK, ",},
- {A_DIM, "A_DIM, ",},
- {A_BOLD, "A_BOLD, ",},
- {A_ALTCHARSET, "A_ALTCHARSET, ",},
- {A_INVIS, "A_INVIS, ",},
- {A_PROTECT, "A_PROTECT, ",},
- {A_CHARTEXT, "A_CHARTEXT, ",},
- {A_NORMAL, "A_NORMAL, ",},
- },
-colors[] =
- {
- {COLOR_BLACK, "COLOR_BLACK",},
- {COLOR_RED, "COLOR_RED",},
- {COLOR_GREEN, "COLOR_GREEN",},
- {COLOR_YELLOW, "COLOR_YELLOW",},
- {COLOR_BLUE, "COLOR_BLUE",},
- {COLOR_MAGENTA, "COLOR_MAGENTA",},
- {COLOR_CYAN, "COLOR_CYAN",},
- {COLOR_WHITE, "COLOR_WHITE",},
- },
- *sp;
-
- strcpy(buf, "{");
- for (sp = names; sp->val; sp++)
- if (newmode & sp->val)
- strcat(buf, sp->name);
- if (newmode & A_COLOR)
- {
- int pairnum = PAIR_NUMBER(newmode);
-
- (void) sprintf(buf + strlen(buf),
- "COLOR_PAIR(%d) = (%s, %s), ",
- pairnum,
- colors[FG(color_pairs[pairnum])].name,
- colors[BG(color_pairs[pairnum])].name
- );
- }
- if ((newmode & A_ATTRIBUTES) == 0)
- strcat(buf,"A_NORMAL, ");
- if (buf[strlen(buf) - 2] == ',')
- buf[strlen(buf) - 2] = '\0';
- return(strcat(buf,"}"));
-}
-
-char *visbuf(const char *buf)
-/* visibilize a given string */
-{
- static char vbuf[BUFSIZ];
- char *tp = vbuf;
-
- while (*buf)
- {
- if (isprint(*buf) || *buf == ' ')
- *tp++ = *buf++;
- else if (*buf == '\n')
- {
- *tp++ = '\\'; *tp++ = 'n';
- buf++;
- }
- else if (*buf == '\r')
- {
- *tp++ = '\\'; *tp++ = 'r';
- buf++;
- }
- else if (*buf == '\b')
- {
- *tp++ = '\\'; *tp++ = 'b';
- buf++;
- }
- else if (*buf == '\033')
- {
- *tp++ = '\\'; *tp++ = 'e';
- buf++;
- }
- else if (*buf < ' ')
- {
- *tp++ = '\\'; *tp++ = '^'; *tp++ = '@' + *buf;
- buf++;
- }
- else
- {
- (void) sprintf(tp, "\\0x%02x", *buf++);
- tp += strlen(tp);
- }
- }
- *tp++ = '\0';
- return(vbuf);
-}
-
-char *_tracechar(const unsigned char ch)
-{
- static char crep[20];
- /*
- * We can show the actual character if it's either an ordinary printable
- * or one of the high-half characters.
- */
- if (isprint(ch) || (ch & 0x80))
- {
- crep[0] = '\'';
- crep[1] = ch; /* necessary; printf tries too hard on metachars */
- (void) sprintf(crep + 2, "' = 0x%02x", ch);
- }
- else
- (void) sprintf(crep, "0x%02x", ch);
- return(crep);
-}
-
-void
-_tracef(char *fmt, ...)
-{
-va_list ap;
-char buffer[256];
-
- va_start(ap, fmt);
- vsprintf(buffer, fmt, ap);
- write(tracefd, buffer, strlen(buffer));
- write(tracefd, "\n", 1);
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_tstp.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_tstp.c
deleted file mode 100644
index cb96ff022124..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_tstp.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,78 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_tstp.c
-**
-** The routine tstp().
-**
-*/
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-#ifdef SVR4_ACTION
-#define _POSIX_SOURCE
-#endif
-#include <signal.h>
-
-void tstp(int dummy)
-{
-sigaction_t act, oact;
-sigset_t mask, omask;
-
- T(("tstp() called"));
-
- /*
- * The user may have changed the prog_mode tty bits, so save them.
- */
- def_prog_mode();
-
- /*
- * Block window change and timer signals. The latter
- * is because applications use timers to decide when
- * to repaint the screen.
- */
- (void)sigemptyset(&mask);
- (void)sigaddset(&mask, SIGALRM);
-#ifdef SIGWINCH
- (void)sigaddset(&mask, SIGWINCH);
-#endif
- (void)sigprocmask(SIG_BLOCK, &mask, &omask);
-
- endwin();
-
- sigemptyset(&mask);
- sigaddset(&mask, SIGTSTP);
- sigprocmask(SIG_UNBLOCK, &mask, NULL);
-
- act.sa_handler = SIG_DFL;
- sigemptyset(&act.sa_mask);
- act.sa_flags = 0;
-#ifdef SA_RESTART
- act.sa_flags |= SA_RESTART;
-#endif
- sigaction(SIGTSTP, &act, &oact);
- kill(getpid(), SIGTSTP);
-
- T(("SIGCONT received"));
- sigaction(SIGTSTP, &oact, NULL);
- flushinp();
-
- /*
- * If the user modified the tty state while suspended, he wants
- * those changes to stick. So save the new "default" terminal state.
- */
- def_shell_mode();
-
- /*
- * This relies on the fact that doupdate() will restore the
- * program-mode tty state, and issue enter_ca_mode if need be.
- */
- doupdate();
-
- /* Reset the signals. */
- (void)sigprocmask(SIG_SETMASK, &omask, NULL);
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_twait.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_twait.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 1b0fd1ea7563..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_twait.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,75 +0,0 @@
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_twait.c
-**
-** The routine timed_wait().
-**
-*/
-
-#include <string.h>
-#include <sys/types.h> /* some systems can't live without this */
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <unistd.h>
-#if defined(SYS_SELECT)
-#include <sys/select.h>
-#endif
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-#if defined(NOUSLEEP)
-void usleep(unsigned int usec)
-{
-struct timeval tval;
-
- tval.tv_sec = usec / 1000000;
- tval.tv_usec = usec % 1000000;
- select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, &tval);
-
-}
-#endif
-
-int timed_wait(int fd, int wait, int *timeleft)
-{
-int result;
-struct timeval timeout;
-static fd_set set;
-#ifndef GOOD_SELECT
-struct timeval starttime, returntime;
-
- gettimeofday(&starttime, NULL);
-#endif
-
- FD_ZERO(&set);
- FD_SET(fd, &set);
-
- /* the units of wait are milliseconds */
- timeout.tv_sec = wait / 1000;
- timeout.tv_usec = (wait % 1000) * 1000;
-
- T(("start twait: sec = %d, usec = %d", timeout.tv_sec, timeout.tv_usec));
-
- result = select(fd+1, &set, NULL, NULL, &timeout);
-
-#ifndef GOOD_SELECT
- gettimeofday(&returntime, NULL);
- timeout.tv_sec -= (returntime.tv_sec - starttime.tv_sec);
- timeout.tv_usec -= (returntime.tv_usec - starttime.tv_usec);
- if (timeout.tv_usec < 0 && timeout.tv_sec > 0) {
- timeout.tv_sec--;
- timeout.tv_usec += 1000000;
- }
- if (timeout.tv_sec < 0)
- timeout.tv_sec = timeout.tv_usec = 0;
-#endif
-
- /* return approximate time left on the timeout, in milliseconds */
- if (timeleft)
- *timeleft = (timeout.tv_sec * 1000) + (timeout.tv_usec / 1000);
-
- T(("end twait: returned %d, sec = %d, usec = %d (%d msec)",
- result, timeout.tv_sec, timeout.tv_usec, *timeleft));
-
- return(result);
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_unctrl.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_unctrl.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 6c04d325eb24..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_unctrl.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-/* generated by MKunctrl.awk */
-
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-char *unctrl(register chtype ch)
-{
-static const char* const table[] = {
- "^\100", "^\101", "^\102", "^\103", "^\104", "^\105", "^\106", "^\107",
- "^\110", "^\111", "^\112", "^\113", "^\114", "^\115", "^\116", "^\117",
- "^\120", "^\121", "^\122", "^\123", "^\124", "^\125", "^\126", "^\127",
- "^\130", "^\131", "^\132", "^\133", "^\134", "^\135", "^\136", "^\137",
- "\040", "\041", "\042", "\043", "\044", "\045", "\046", "\047",
- "\050", "\051", "\052", "\053", "\054", "\055", "\056", "\057",
- "\060", "\061", "\062", "\063", "\064", "\065", "\066", "\067",
- "\070", "\071", "\072", "\073", "\074", "\075", "\076", "\077",
- "\100", "\101", "\102", "\103", "\104", "\105", "\106", "\107",
- "\110", "\111", "\112", "\113", "\114", "\115", "\116", "\117",
- "\120", "\121", "\122", "\123", "\124", "\125", "\126", "\127",
- "\130", "\131", "\132", "\133", "\134", "\135", "\136", "\137",
- "\140", "\141", "\142", "\143", "\144", "\145", "\146", "\147",
- "\150", "\151", "\152", "\153", "\154", "\155", "\156", "\157",
- "\160", "\161", "\162", "\163", "\164", "\165", "\166", "\167",
- "\170", "\171", "\172", "\173", "\174", "\175", "\176", "^?",
- "\200", "\201", "\202", "\203", "\204", "\205", "\206", "\207",
- "\210", "\211", "\212", "\213", "\214", "\215", "\216", "\217",
- "\220", "\221", "\222", "\223", "\224", "\225", "\226", "\227",
- "\230", "\231", "\232", "\233", "\234", "\235", "\236", "\237",
- "\240", "\241", "\242", "\243", "\244", "\245", "\246", "\247",
- "\250", "\251", "\252", "\253", "\254", "\255", "\256", "\257",
- "\260", "\261", "\262", "\263", "\264", "\265", "\266", "\267",
- "\270", "\271", "\272", "\273", "\274", "\275", "\276", "\277",
- "\300", "\301", "\302", "\303", "\304", "\305", "\306", "\307",
- "\310", "\311", "\312", "\313", "\314", "\315", "\316", "\317",
- "\320", "\321", "\322", "\323", "\324", "\325", "\326", "\327",
- "\330", "\331", "\332", "\333", "\334", "\335", "\336", "\337",
- "\340", "\341", "\342", "\343", "\344", "\345", "\346", "\347",
- "\350", "\351", "\352", "\353", "\354", "\355", "\356", "\357",
- "\360", "\361", "\362", "\363", "\364", "\365", "\366", "\367",
- "\370", "\371", "\372", "\373", "\374", "\375", "\376", "\377"
-};
-
- return (char *)table[TextOf(ch)];
-}
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_vidattr.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_vidattr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index ef8213906227..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_vidattr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,205 +0,0 @@
-
-/***************************************************************************
-* COPYRIGHT NOTICE *
-****************************************************************************
-* ncurses is copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994 *
-* by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim *
-* zmbenhal@netcom.com *
-* *
-* Permission is hereby granted to reproduce and distribute ncurses *
-* by any means and for any fee, whether alone or as part of a *
-* larger distribution, in source or in binary form, PROVIDED *
-* this notice is included with any such distribution, not removed *
-* from header files, and is reproduced in any documentation *
-* accompanying it or the applications linked with it. *
-* *
-* ncurses comes AS IS with no warranty, implied or expressed. *
-* *
-***************************************************************************/
-
-/*
- * vidputs(newmode, outc)
- *
- * newmode is taken to be the logical 'or' of the symbols in curses.h
- * representing graphic renditions. The teminal is set to be in all of
- * the given modes, if possible.
- *
- * if set-attributes exists
- * use it to set exactly what you want
- * else
- * if exit-attribute-mode exists
- * turn off everything
- * else
- * turn off those which can be turned off and aren't in
- * newmode.
- * turn on each mode which should be on and isn't, one by one
- *
- * NOTE that this algorithm won't achieve the desired mix of attributes
- * in some cases, but those are probably just those cases in which it is
- * actually impossible, anyway, so...
- *
- */
-
-#include <string.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-#include "terminfo.h"
-
-static void do_color(int pair, int (*outc)(int))
-{
-int fg, bg;
-
- if ( pair == 0 ) {
- if (orig_pair) {
- tputs(orig_pair, 1, outc);
- }
- } else if ((set_a_foreground || set_foreground) &&
- (set_a_background || set_background)
- ) {
- fg = FG(color_pairs[pair]);
- bg = BG(color_pairs[pair]);
-
- T(("setting colors: pair = %d, fg = %d, bg = %d\n", pair, fg, bg));
-
- if (set_a_foreground)
- tputs(tparm(set_a_foreground, fg), 1, outc);
- else
- tputs(tparm(set_foreground, fg), 1, outc);
- if (set_a_background)
- tputs(tparm(set_a_background, bg), 1, outc);
- else
- tputs(tparm(set_background, bg), 1, outc);
- }
-}
-
-int vidputs(chtype newmode, int (*outc)(int))
-{
-static chtype previous_attr=0;
-chtype turn_off,turn_on;
-int pair, current_pair;
-
- if (SP)
- previous_attr = SP->_current_attr;
-
- T(("vidputs(%x) called %s", newmode, _traceattr(newmode)));
- T(("previous attribute was %s", _traceattr(previous_attr)));
-
- if (newmode == previous_attr)
- return OK;
-
- turn_off = (~newmode & previous_attr) & ~A_COLOR;
- turn_on = (newmode & ~previous_attr) & ~A_COLOR;
-
- pair = PAIR_NUMBER(newmode);
- current_pair = PAIR_NUMBER(previous_attr);
-
- if ((!SP || SP->_coloron) && pair == 0) {
- T(("old pair = %d -- new pair = %d", current_pair, pair));
- if (pair != current_pair) {
- do_color(pair, outc);
- previous_attr &= ~A_COLOR;
- }
- }
-
- if (newmode == A_NORMAL && exit_attribute_mode) {
- if((previous_attr & A_ALTCHARSET) && exit_alt_charset_mode) {
- tputs(exit_alt_charset_mode, 1, outc);
- previous_attr &= ~A_ALTCHARSET;
- }
- if (previous_attr) {
- tputs(exit_attribute_mode, 1, outc);
- previous_attr &= ~A_COLOR;
- }
- } else if (set_attributes) {
- if (turn_on || turn_off) {
- tputs(tparm(set_attributes,
- (newmode & A_STANDOUT) != 0,
- (newmode & A_UNDERLINE) != 0,
- (newmode & A_REVERSE) != 0,
- (newmode & A_BLINK) != 0,
- (newmode & A_DIM) != 0,
- (newmode & A_BOLD) != 0,
- (newmode & A_INVIS) != 0,
- (newmode & A_PROTECT) != 0,
- (newmode & A_ALTCHARSET) != 0), 1, outc);
- previous_attr &= ~A_COLOR;
- }
- } else {
-
- T(("turning %x off", _traceattr(turn_off)));
-
- if ((turn_off & A_ALTCHARSET) && exit_alt_charset_mode) {
- tputs(exit_alt_charset_mode, 1, outc);
- turn_off &= ~A_ALTCHARSET;
- }
-
- if ((turn_off & A_UNDERLINE) && exit_underline_mode) {
- tputs(exit_underline_mode, 1, outc);
- turn_off &= ~A_UNDERLINE;
- }
-
- if ((turn_off & A_STANDOUT) && exit_standout_mode) {
- tputs(exit_standout_mode, 1, outc);
- turn_off &= ~A_STANDOUT;
- }
-
- if (turn_off && exit_attribute_mode) {
- tputs(exit_attribute_mode, 1, outc);
- turn_on |= newmode & (A_UNDERLINE|A_REVERSE|A_BLINK|A_DIM|A_BOLD|A_INVIS|A_PROTECT);
- previous_attr &= ~A_COLOR;
- }
-
- T(("turning %x on", _traceattr(turn_on)));
-
- if ((turn_on & A_ALTCHARSET) && enter_alt_charset_mode)
- tputs(enter_alt_charset_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_BLINK) && enter_blink_mode)
- tputs(enter_blink_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_BOLD) && enter_bold_mode)
- tputs(enter_bold_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_DIM) && enter_dim_mode)
- tputs(enter_dim_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_REVERSE) && enter_reverse_mode)
- tputs(enter_reverse_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_STANDOUT) && enter_standout_mode)
- tputs(enter_standout_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_PROTECT) && enter_protected_mode)
- tputs(enter_protected_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_INVIS) && enter_secure_mode)
- tputs(enter_secure_mode, 1, outc);
-
- if ((turn_on & A_UNDERLINE) && enter_underline_mode)
- tputs(enter_underline_mode, 1, outc);
-
- }
-
- if ((!SP || SP->_coloron) && pair != 0) {
- current_pair = PAIR_NUMBER(previous_attr);
- T(("old pair = %d -- new pair = %d", current_pair, pair));
- if (pair != current_pair) {
- do_color(pair, outc);
- }
- }
-
- previous_attr = newmode;
- if (SP)
- SP->_current_attr = previous_attr;
-
- T(("vidputs finished"));
- return OK;
-}
-
-int vidattr(chtype newmode)
-{
-
- T(("vidattr(%x) called", newmode));
-
- return(vidputs(newmode, _outch));
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/lib_window.c b/lib/libncurses/lib_window.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 699863c76ae2..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/lib_window.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,85 +0,0 @@
-
-/* This work is copyrighted. See COPYRIGHT.OLD & COPYRIGHT.NEW for *
-* details. If they are missing then this copy is in violation of *
-* the copyright conditions. */
-
-/*
-** lib_window.c
-**
-**
-*/
-
-#include <string.h>
-#include "curses.priv.h"
-
-int mvder(WINDOW *win, int y, int x)
-{
- return(ERR);
-}
-
-void wsyncup(WINDOW *win)
-{
-
-}
-
-int syncok(WINDOW *win, bool bf)
-{
- return(ERR);
-}
-
-void wcursyncup(WINDOW *win)
-{
-
-}
-
-void wsyncdown(WINDOW *win)
-{
-
-}
-
-WINDOW *dupwin(WINDOW *win)
-{
-WINDOW *nwin;
-int linesize, i;
-
- T(("dupwin(%x) called", win));
-
- if ((nwin = newwin(win->_maxy + 1, win->_maxx + 1, win->_begy, win->_begx)) == NULL)
- return NULL;
-
- nwin->_curx = win->_curx;
- nwin->_cury = win->_cury;
- nwin->_maxy = win->_maxy;
- nwin->_maxx = win->_maxx;
- nwin->_begy = win->_begy;
- nwin->_begx = win->_begx;
-
- nwin->_flags = win->_flags;
- nwin->_attrs = win->_attrs;
- nwin->_bkgd = win->_bkgd;
-
- nwin->_clear = win->_clear;
- nwin->_scroll = win->_scroll;
- nwin->_leave = win->_leave;
- nwin->_use_keypad = win->_use_keypad;
- nwin->_use_meta = win->_use_meta;
- nwin->_delay = win->_delay;
- nwin->_immed = win->_immed;
- nwin->_sync = win->_sync;
- nwin->_parx = win->_parx;
- nwin->_pary = win->_pary;
- nwin->_parent = win->_parent;
-
- nwin->_regtop = win->_regtop;
- nwin->_regbottom = win->_regbottom;
-
- linesize = (win->_maxx + 1) * sizeof(chtype);
- for (i = 0; i <= nwin->_maxy; i++) {
- memcpy(nwin->_line[i], win->_line[i], linesize);
- nwin->_firstchar[i] = win->_firstchar[i];
- nwin->_lastchar[i] = win->_lastchar[i];
- }
-
- return nwin;
-}
-
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/ncurses.3 b/lib/libncurses/ncurses.3
deleted file mode 100644
index 6b678f5bcfb8..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/ncurses.3
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,429 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH ncurses 3 ""
-.ds n 5
-.ds d @TERMINFO@
-.SH NAME
-\fBncurses\fR - CRT screen handling and optimization package
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fB#include <ncurses.h>\fR
-.br
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-The \fBncurses\fR library routines give the user a terminal-independent
-method of updating character screens with reasonable optimization.
-
-The \fBncurses\fR routines emulate the \fBcurses\fR(3) library of System V
-Release 4 UNIX, but is freely redistributable in source form. Differences from
-the SVr4 curses are described in the BUGS sections of individual man pages.
-There are only few of these, and as ncurses matures they will become fewer
-still.
-
-A program using these routines must be linked with the \fB-lncurses\fR option,
-or (if they have been generated) with one of the debugging libraries
-\fB-ldcurses\fR or \fB-lpcurses\fR. The dcurses library generates trace logs
-that describe curses actions; the pcurses library supports profiling.
-
-The \fBncurses\fR package supports: overall screen, window and pad
-manipulation; output to windows and pads; reading terminal input; control over
-terminal and \fBncurses\fR input and output options; environment query
-routines; color manipulation; use of soft label keys; terminfo capabilities;
-and access to low-level \fBncurses\fR routines.
-
-To initialize the routines, the routine \fBinitscr\fR or \fBnewterm\fR
-must be called before any of the other routines that deal with windows
-and screens are used. The routine \fBendwin\fR must be called before
-exiting. To get character-at-a-time input without echoing (most
-interactive, screen oriented programs want this), the following
-sequence should be used:
-
- \fBinitscr(); cbreak(); noecho();\fR
-
-Most programs would additionally use the sequence:
-
- \fBnonl(); intrflush(stdscr,FALSE); keypad(stdscr,TRUE);\fR
-
-Before a \fBncurses\fR program is run, the tab stops of the terminal
-should be set and its initialization strings, if defined, must be
-output. This can be done by executing the \fBtput init\fR command
-after the shell environment variable \fBTERM\fR has been exported.
-[See \fBterminfo\fR(\*n) for further details.]
-
-The \fBncurses\fR library permits manipulation of data structures,
-called \fIwindows\fR, which can be thought of as two-dimensional
-arrays of characters representing all or part of a CRT screen. A
-default window called \fBstdscr\fR, which is the size of the terminal
-screen, is supplied. Others may be created with \fBnewwin\fR.
-
-Windows are referred to by variables declared as \fBWINDOW *\fR.
-These data structures are manipulated with routines described in manual section 3
-pages (whose names begin "curs_"). Among which the most basic
-routines are \fBmove\fR and \fBaddch\fR. More general versions of
-these routines are included with names beginning with \fBw\fR,
-allowing the user to specify a window. The routines not beginning
-with \fBw\fR affect \fBstdscr\fR.)
-
-After using routines to manipulate a window, \fBrefresh\fR is called,
-telling \fBncurses\fR to make the user's CRT screen look like
-\fBstdscr\fR. The characters in a window are actually of type
-\fBchtype\fR, (character and attribute data) so that other information
-about the character may also be stored with each character.
-
-Special windows called \fIpads\fR may also be manipulated. These are windows
-which are not constrained to the size of the screen and whose contents need not
-be completely displayed. See curs_pad(3) for more information.
-
-In addition to drawing characters on the screen, video attributes and colors
-may be supported, causing the characters to show up in such modes as
-underlined, in reverse video, or in color on terminals that support such
-display enhancements. Line drawing characters may be specified to be output.
-On input, \fBncurses\fR is also able to translate arrow and function keys that
-transmit escape sequences into single values. The video attributes, line
-drawing characters, and input values use names, defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR,
-such as \fBA_REVERSE\fR, \fBACS_HLINE\fR, and \fBKEY_LEFT\fR.
-
-If the environment variables \fBLINES\fR and \fBCOLUMNS\fR are set, or if the
-program is executing in a window environment, line and column information in
-the environment will override information read by \fIterminfo\fR. This would
-effect a program running in an AT&T 630 layer, for example, where the size of a
-screen is changeable.
-
-If the environment variable \fBTERMINFO\fR is defined, any program using
-\fBncurses\fR checks for a local terminal definition before checking in the
-standard place. For example, if \fBTERM\fR is set to \fBatt4424\fR, then the
-compiled terminal definition is found in
-
- \fB\*d/a/att4424\fR.
-
-(The \fBa\fR is copied from the first letter of \fBatt4424\fR to avoid
-creation of huge directories.) However, if \fBTERMINFO\fR is set to
-\fB$HOME/myterms\fR, \fBncurses\fR first checks
-
- \fB$HOME/myterms/a/att4424\fR,
-
-and if that fails, it then checks
-
- \fB\*d/a/att4424\fR.
-
-This is useful for developing experimental definitions or when write
-permission in \fB\*d\fR is not available.
-
-The integer variables \fBLINES\fR and \fBCOLS\fR are defined in
-\fB<ncurses.h>\fR and will be filled in by \fBinitscr\fR with the size of the
-screen. The constants \fBTRUE\fR and \fBFALSE\fR have the values \fB1\fR and
-\fB0\fR, respectively.
-
-The \fBncurses\fR routines also define the \fBWINDOW *\fR variable \fBcurscr\fR
-which is used for certain low-level operations like clearing and redrawing a
-screen containing garbage. The \fBcurscr\fR can be used in only a few
-routines.
-
-.SS Routine and Argument Names
-Many \fBncurses\fR routines have two or more versions. The routines prefixed
-with \fBw\fR require a window argument. The routines prefixed with \fBp\fR
-require a pad argument. Those without a prefix generally use \fBstdscr\fR.
-
-The routines prefixed with \fBmv\fR require a \fIy\fR and \fIx\fR
-coordinate to move to before performing the appropriate action. The
-\fBmv\fR routines imply a call to \fBmove\fR before the call to the
-other routine. The coordinate \fIy\fR always refers to the row (of
-the window), and \fIx\fR always refers to the column. The upper
-left-hand corner is always (0,0), not (1,1).
-
-The routines prefixed with \fBmvw\fR take both a window argument and
-\fIx\fR and \fIy\fR coordinates. The window argument is always
-specified before the coordinates.
-
-In each case, \fIwin\fR is the window affected, and \fIpad\fR is the
-pad affected; \fIwin\fR and \fIpad\fR are always pointers to type
-\fBWINDOW\fR.
-
-Option setting routines require a Boolean flag \fIbf\fR with the value
-\fBTRUE\fR or \fBFALSE\fR; \fIbf\fR is always of type \fBbool\fR. The
-variables \fIch\fR and \fIattrs\fR below are always of type
-\fBchtype\fR. The types \fBWINDOW\fR, \fBSCREEN\fR, \fBbool\fR, and
-\fBchtype\fR are defined in \fB<ncurses.h>\fR. The type \fBTERMINAL\fR
-is defined in \fB<term.h>\fR. All other arguments are integers.
-
-.SS Routine Name Index
-The following table lists each \fBncurses\fR routine and the name of
-the manual page on which it is described.
-
-.nf
-\fBncurses\fR Routine Name Manual Page Name
-___________________________________________
-addch curs_addch(3)
-addchnstr curs_addchstr(3)
-addchstr curs_addchstr(3)
-addnstr curs_addstr(3)
-addstr curs_addstr(3)
-attroff curs_attr(3)
-attron curs_attr(3)
-attrset curs_attr(3)
-baudrate curs_termattrs(3)
-beep curs_beep(3)
-bkgd curs_bkgd(3)
-bkgdset curs_bkgd(3)
-border curs_border(3)
-box curs_border(3)
-can_change_color curs_color(3)
-cbreak curs_inopts(3)
-clear curs_clear(3)
-clearok curs_outopts(3)
-clrtobot curs_clear(3)
-clrtoeol curs_clear(3)
-color_content curs_color(3)
-copywin curs_overlay(3)
-curs_set curs_kernel(3)
-def_prog_mode curs_kernel(3)
-def_shell_mode curs_kernel(3)
-del_curterm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-delay_output curs_util(3)
-delch curs_delch(3)
-deleteln curs_deleteln(3)
-delscreen curs_initscr(3)
-delwin curs_window(3)
-derwin curs_window(3)
-doupdate curs_refresh(3)
-dupwin curs_window(3)
-echo curs_inopts(3)
-echochar curs_addch(3)
-endwin curs_initscr(3)
-erase curs_clear(3)
-erasechar curs_termattrs(3)
-filter curs_util(3)
-flash curs_beep(3)
-flushinp curs_util(3)
-getbegyx curs_getyx(3)
-getch curs_getch(3)
-getmaxyx curs_getyx(3)
-getparyx curs_getyx(3)
-getstr curs_getstr(3)
-getsyx curs_kernel(3)
-getwin curs_util(3)
-getyx curs_getyx(3)
-halfdelay curs_inopts(3)
-has_colors curs_color(3)
-has_ic curs_termattrs(3)
-has_il curs_termattrs(3)
-hline curs_border(3)
-idcok curs_outopts(3)
-idlok curs_outopts(3)
-immedok curs_outopts(3)
-inch curs_inch(3)
-inchnstr curs_inchstr(3)
-inchstr curs_inchstr(3)
-init_color curs_color(3)
-init_pair curs_color(3)
-initscr curs_initscr(3)
-innstr curs_instr(3)
-insch curs_insch(3)
-insdelln curs_deleteln(3)
-insertln curs_deleteln(3)
-insnstr curs_insstr(3)
-insstr curs_insstr(3)
-instr curs_instr(3)
-intrflush curs_inopts(3)
-is_linetouched curs_touch(3)
-is_wintouched curs_touch(3)
-isendwin curs_initscr(3)
-keyname curs_util(3)
-keypad curs_inopts(3)
-killchar curs_termattrs(3)
-leaveok curs_outopts(3)
-longname curs_termattrs(3)
-meta curs_inopts(3)
-move curs_move(3)
-mvaddch curs_addch(3)
-mvaddchnstr curs_addchstr(3)
-mvaddchstr curs_addchstr(3)
-mvaddnstr curs_addstr(3)
-mvaddstr curs_addstr(3)
-mvcur curs_terminfo(\*n)
-mvdelch curs_delch(3)
-mvderwin curs_window(3)
-mvgetch curs_getch(3)
-mvgetstr curs_getstr(3)
-mvinch curs_inch(3)
-mvinchnstr curs_inchstr(3)
-mvinchstr curs_inchstr(3)
-mvinnstr curs_instr(3)
-mvinsch curs_insch(3)
-mvinsnstr curs_insstr(3)
-mvinsstr curs_insstr(3)
-mvinstr curs_instr(3)
-mvprintw curs_printw(3)
-mvscanw curs_scanw(3)
-mvwaddch curs_addch(3)
-mvwaddchnstr curs_addchstr(3)
-mvwaddchstr curs_addchstr(3)
-mvwaddnstr curs_addstr(3)
-mvwaddstr curs_addstr(3)
-mvwdelch curs_delch(3)
-mvwgetch curs_getch(3)
-mvwgetstr curs_getstr(3)
-mvwin curs_window(3)
-mvwinch curs_inch(3)
-mvwinchnstr curs_inchstr(3)
-mvwinchstr curs_inchstr(3)
-mvwinnstr curs_instr(3)
-mvwinsch curs_insch(3)
-mvwinsnstr curs_insstr(3)
-mvwinsstr curs_insstr(3)
-mvwinstr curs_instr(3)
-mvwprintw curs_printw(3)
-mvwscanw curs_scanw(3)
-napms curs_kernel(3)
-newpad curs_pad(3)
-newterm curs_initscr(3)
-newwin curs_window(3)
-nl curs_outopts(3)
-nocbreak curs_inopts(3)
-nodelay curs_inopts(3)
-noecho curs_inopts(3)
-nonl curs_outopts(3)
-noqiflush curs_inopts(3)
-noraw curs_inopts(3)
-notimeout curs_inopts(3)
-overlay curs_overlay(3)
-overwrite curs_overlay(3)
-pair_content curs_color(3)
-pechochar curs_pad(3)
-pnoutrefresh curs_pad(3)
-prefresh curs_pad(3)
-printw curs_printw(3)
-putp curs_terminfo(\*n)
-putwin curs_util(3)
-qiflush curs_inopts(3)
-raw curs_inopts(3)
-redrawwin curs_refresh(3)
-refresh curs_refresh(3)
-reset_prog_mode curs_kernel(3)
-reset_shell_mode curs_kernel(3)
-resetty curs_kernel(3)
-restartterm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-ripoffline curs_kernel(3)
-savetty curs_kernel(3)
-scanw curs_scanw(3)
-scr_dump curs_scr_dmp(3)
-scr_init curs_scr_dmp(3)
-scr_restore curs_scr_dmp(3)
-scr_set curs_scr_dmp(3)
-scrl curs_scroll(3)
-scroll curs_scroll(3)
-scrollok curs_outopts(3)
-set_curterm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-set_term curs_initscr(3)
-setscrreg curs_outopts(3)
-setsyx curs_kernel(3)
-setterm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-setupterm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-slk_attroff curs_slk(3)
-slk_attron curs_slk(3)
-slk_attrset curs_slk(3)
-slk_clear curs_slk(3)
-slk_init curs_slk(3)
-slk_label curs_slk(3)
-slk_noutrefresh curs_slk(3)
-slk_refresh curs_slk(3)
-slk_restore curs_slk(3)
-slk_set curs_slk(3)
-slk_touch curs_slk(3)
-standend curs_attr(3)
-standout curs_attr(3)
-start_color curs_color(3)
-subpad curs_pad(3)
-subwin curs_window(3)
-syncok curs_window(3)
-termattrs curs_termattrs(3)
-termname curs_termattrs(3)
-tigetflag curs_terminfo(\*n)
-tigetnum curs_terminfo(\*n)
-tigetstr curs_terminfo(\*n)
-timeout curs_inopts(3)
-touchline curs_touch(3)
-touchwin curs_touch(3)
-tparm curs_terminfo(\*n)
-tputs curs_terminfo(\*n)
-typeahead curs_inopts(3)
-unctrl curs_util(3)
-ungetch curs_getch(3)
-untouchwin curs_touch(3)
-use_env curs_util(3)
-vidattr curs_terminfo(\*n)
-vidputs curs_terminfo(\*n)
-vline curs_border(3)
-vwprintw curs_printw(3)
-vwscanw curs_scanw(3)
-waddch curs_addch(3)
-waddchnstr curs_addchstr(3)
-waddchstr curs_addchstr(3)
-waddnstr curs_addstr(3)
-waddstr curs_addstr(3)
-wattroff curs_attr(3)
-wattron curs_attr(3)
-wattrset curs_attr(3)
-wbkgd curs_bkgd(3)
-wbkgdset curs_bkgd(3)
-wborder curs_border(3)
-wclear curs_clear(3)
-wclrtobot curs_clear(3)
-wclrtoeol curs_clear(3)
-wcursyncup curs_window(3)
-wdelch curs_delch(3)
-wdeleteln curs_deleteln(3)
-wechochar curs_addch(3)
-werase curs_clear(3)
-wgetch curs_getch(3)
-wgetnstr curs_getstr(3)
-wgetstr curs_getstr(3)
-whline curs_border(3)
-winch curs_inch(3)
-winchnstr curs_inchstr(3)
-winchstr curs_inchstr(3)
-winnstr curs_instr(3)
-winsch curs_insch(3)
-winsdelln curs_deleteln(3)
-winsertln curs_deleteln(3)
-winsnstr curs_insstr(3)
-winsstr curs_insstr(3)
-winstr curs_instr(3)
-wmove curs_move(3)
-wnoutrefresh curs_refresh(3)
-wprintw curs_printw(3)
-wredrawln curs_refresh(3)
-wrefresh curs_refresh(3)
-wscanw curs_scanw(3)
-wscrl curs_scroll(3)
-wsetscrreg curs_outopts(3)
-wstandend curs_attr(3)
-wstandout curs_attr(3)
-wsyncdown curs_window(3)
-wsyncup curs_window(3)
-wtimeout curs_inopts(3)
-wtouchln curs_touch(3)
-wvline curs_border(3)
-.fi
-.SH RETURN VALUE
-Routines that return an integer return \fBERR\fR upon failure and an
-integer value other than \fBERR\fR upon successful completion, unless
-otherwise noted in the routine descriptions.
-
-All macros return the value of the \fBw\fR version, except \fBsetscrreg\fR,
-\fBwsetscrreg\fR, \fBgetyx\fR, \fBgetbegyx\fR, \fBgetmaxyx\fR. The return
-values of \fBsetscrreg\fR, \fBwsetscrreg\fR, \fBgetyx\fR, \fBgetbegyx\fR, and
-\fBgetmaxyx\fR are undefined (\fIi\fR.\fIe\fR., these should not be used as the
-right-hand side of assignment statements).
-
-Routines that return pointers return \fBNULL\fR on error.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-\fBterminfo\fR(5) and section 3 pages whose names begin "curs_" for detailed routine
-descriptions.
-.SH NOTES
-The header file \fB<ncurses.h>\fR automatically includes the header files
-\fB<stdio.h>\fR and \fB<unctrl.h>\fR.
-.\"#
-.\"# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
-.\"# Local Variables:
-.\"# mode:nroff
-.\"# fill-column:79
-.\"# End:
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/ncurses_cfg.h b/lib/libncurses/ncurses_cfg.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..a14d5ba57363
--- /dev/null
+++ b/lib/libncurses/ncurses_cfg.h
@@ -0,0 +1,129 @@
+/* include/ncurses_cfg.h. Generated automatically by configure. */
+/****************************************************************************
+ * Copyright (c) 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc. *
+ * *
+ * Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a *
+ * copy of this software and associated documentation files (the *
+ * "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including *
+ * without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, *
+ * distribute, distribute with modifications, sublicense, and/or sell *
+ * copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is *
+ * furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: *
+ * *
+ * The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included *
+ * in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. *
+ * *
+ * THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS *
+ * OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF *
+ * MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. *
+ * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE ABOVE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, *
+ * DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR *
+ * OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR *
+ * THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. *
+ * *
+ * Except as contained in this notice, the name(s) of the above copyright *
+ * holders shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the *
+ * sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written *
+ * authorization. *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+/****************************************************************************
+ * Author: Thomas E. Dickey <dickey@clark.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+/*
+ * Id: ncurses_cfg.hin,v 1.2 1998/02/11 12:13:46 tom Exp
+ *
+ * This is a template-file used to generate the "ncurses_cfg.h" file.
+ *
+ * Rather than list every definition, the configuration script substitutes
+ * the definitions that it finds using 'sed'. You need a patch (971222)
+ * to autoconf 2.12 to do this.
+ */
+#ifndef NC_CONFIG_H
+#define NC_CONFIG_H
+
+#define BSD_TPUTS 1
+#define CC_HAS_INLINE_FUNCS 1
+#define CC_HAS_PROTOS 1
+#define ETIP_NEEDS_ 1
+#define GCC_NORETURN __dead2
+#define GCC_PRINTF 1
+#define GCC_SCANF 1
+#define GCC_UNUSED __unused
+#define HAVE_BIG_CORE 1
+#define HAVE_BSD_CGETENT 1
+#define HAVE_DIRENT_H 1
+#define HAVE_ERRNO 1
+#define HAVE_FCNTL_H 1
+#define HAVE_FORM_H 1
+#define HAVE_GETCWD 1
+#define HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY 1
+#define HAVE_GETTTYNAM 1
+#define HAVE_ISASCII 1
+#define HAVE_LIBFORM 1
+#define HAVE_LIBMENU 1
+#define HAVE_LIBPANEL 1
+#define HAVE_LIMITS_H 1
+#define HAVE_LINK 1
+#define HAVE_LOCALE_H 1
+#define HAVE_LONG_FILE_NAMES 1
+#define HAVE_MEMCCPY 1
+#define HAVE_MENU_H 1
+#define HAVE_NANOSLEEP 1
+#define HAVE_NC_ALLOC_H 1
+#define HAVE_PANEL_H 1
+#define HAVE_POLL 1
+#define HAVE_POLL_H 1
+#define HAVE_REGEX_H_FUNCS 1
+#define HAVE_REMOVE 1
+#define HAVE_SELECT 1
+#define HAVE_SETBUF 1
+#define HAVE_SETBUFFER 1
+#define HAVE_SETVBUF 1
+#define HAVE_SIGACTION 1
+#define HAVE_SIGVEC 1
+#define HAVE_SIZECHANGE 1
+#define HAVE_STRDUP 1
+#define HAVE_STRSTR 1
+#define HAVE_SYMLINK 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_IOCTL_H 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_SELECT_H 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_TIMES_H 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_TIME_H 1
+#define HAVE_SYS_TIME_SELECT 1
+#define HAVE_TCGETATTR 1
+#define HAVE_TCGETPGRP 1
+#define HAVE_TERMIOS_H 1
+#define HAVE_TIMES 1
+#define HAVE_TTYENT_H 1
+#define HAVE_TYPEINFO 1
+#define HAVE_UNISTD_H 1
+#define HAVE_USLEEP 1
+#define HAVE_VSNPRINTF 1
+#define HAVE_VSSCANF 1
+#define NCURSES_EXT_FUNCS 1
+#define NCURSES_NO_PADDING 1
+#define NDEBUG 1
+#define RETSIGTYPE void
+#define STDC_HEADERS 1
+#define SYSTEM_NAME "FreeBSD"
+#define TERMINFO_DIRS "/usr/share/misc/terminfo"
+#define TYPEOF_CHTYPE long
+#define USE_DATABASE 1
+#define USE_GETCAP 1
+#define USE_HASHMAP 1
+#define USE_SIGWINCH 1
+
+ /* The C compiler may not treat these properly but C++ has to */
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+#undef const
+#undef inline
+#else
+#if defined(lint) || defined(TRACE)
+#undef inline
+#define inline /* nothing */
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#endif /* NC_CONFIG_H */
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/pathnames.h b/lib/libncurses/pathnames.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..5cac36f3651f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/lib/libncurses/pathnames.h
@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 1989, 1993
+ * The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+ * are met:
+ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ * documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+ * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
+ * must display the following acknowledgement:
+ * This product includes software developed by the University of
+ * California, Berkeley and its contributors.
+ * 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
+ * may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
+ * without specific prior written permission.
+ *
+ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
+ * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+ * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+ * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
+ * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+ * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+ * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ * SUCH DAMAGE.
+ *
+ * @(#)pathnames.h 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/4/93
+ * $FreeBSD$
+ */
+
+#define _PATH_DEF ".termcap /usr/share/misc/termcap"
+#define _PATH_DEF_SEC "/usr/share/misc/termcap"
diff --git a/lib/libncurses/term.5 b/lib/libncurses/term.5
deleted file mode 100644
index 1dc0a32bd5fb..000000000000
--- a/lib/libncurses/term.5
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,155 +0,0 @@
-.\" $FreeBSD$
-.\"
-.TH TERM 5
-.ds n 5
-.ds d /usr/lib/terminfo
-.SH NAME
-term \- format of compiled term file.
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B term
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.PP
-Compiled terminfo descriptions are placed under the directory \fB\*d\fP.
-In order to avoid a linear search of a huge \s-1UNIX\s+1 system directory, a
-two-level scheme is used: \fB\*b/c/name\fP
-where
-.I name
-is the name of the terminal, and
-.I c
-is the first character of
-.IR name .
-Thus,
-.I act4
-can be found in the file \fB\*d/a/act4\fP.
-Synonyms for the same terminal are implemented by multiple
-links to the same compiled file.
-.PP
-The format has been chosen so that it will be the same on all hardware.
-An 8 or more bit byte is assumed, but no assumptions about byte ordering
-or sign extension are made.
-.PP
-The compiled file is created with the
-.I tic
-program, and read by the routine
-.IR setupterm .
-Both of these pieces of software are part of
-.IR ncurses (3).
-The file is divided into six parts:
-the header,
-terminal names,
-boolean flags,
-numbers,
-strings,
-and
-string table.
-.PP
-The header section begins the file.
-This section contains six short integers in the format
-described below.
-These integers are
-(1) the magic number (octal 0432);
-(2) the size, in bytes, of the names section;
-(3) the number of bytes in the boolean section;
-(4) the number of short integers in the numbers section;
-(5) the number of offsets (short integers) in the strings section;
-(6) the size, in bytes, of the string table.
-.PP
-Short integers are stored in two 8-bit bytes.
-The first byte contains the least significant 8 bits of the value,
-and the second byte contains the most significant 8 bits.
-(Thus, the value represented is 256*second+first.)
-The value \-1 is represented by 0377, 0377, other negative
-value are illegal.
-The
-\-1 generally means that a capability is missing from this terminal.
-Note that this format corresponds to the hardware of the \s-1VAX\s+1 and \s-1PDP\s+1-11.
-Machines where this does not correspond to the hardware read the
-integers as two bytes and compute the result.
-.PP
-The terminal names section comes next.
-It contains the first line of the terminfo description,
-listing the various names for the terminal,
-separated by the `|' character.
-The section is terminated with an \s-1ASCII NUL\s+1 character.
-.PP
-The boolean flags have one byte for each flag.
-This byte is either 0 or 1 as the flag is present or absent.
-The capabilities are in the same order as the file <term.h>.
-.PP
-Between the boolean section and the number section,
-a null byte will be inserted, if necessary,
-to ensure that the number section begins on an even byte.
-All short integers are aligned on a short word boundary.
-.PP
-The numbers section is similar to the flags section.
-Each capability takes up two bytes,
-and is stored as a short integer.
-If the value represented is \-1, the capability is taken to be missing.
-.PP
-The strings section is also similar.
-Each capability is stored as a short integer, in the format above.
-A value of \-1 means the capability is missing.
-Otherwise, the value is taken as an offset from the beginning
-of the string table.
-Special characters in ^X or \ec notation are stored in their
-interpreted form, not the printing representation.
-Padding information $<nn> and parameter information %x are
-stored intact in uninterpreted form.
-.PP
-The final section is the string table.
-It contains all the values of string capabilities referenced in
-the string section.
-Each string is null terminated.
-.PP
-Note that it is possible for
-.I setupterm
-to expect a different set of capabilities
-than are actually present in the file.
-Either the database may have been updated since
-.I setupterm
-has been recompiled
-(resulting in extra unrecognized entries in the file)
-or the program may have been recompiled more recently
-than the database was updated
-(resulting in missing entries).
-The routine
-.I setupterm
-must be prepared for both possibilities \-
-this is why the numbers and sizes are included.
-Also, new capabilities must always be added at the end of the lists
-of boolean, number, and string capabilities.
-.PP
-As an example, an octal dump of the description for the Microterm ACT 4
-is included:
-.nf
-.sp
-microterm|act4|microterm act iv,
- cr=^M, cud1=^J, ind=^J, bel=^G, am, cub1=^H,
- ed=^_, el=^^, clear=^L, cup=^T%p1%c%p2%c,
- cols#80, lines#24, cuf1=^X, cuu1=^Z, home=^],
-.sp
-.ft CW
-\s-2000 032 001 \e0 025 \e0 \eb \e0 212 \e0 " \e0 m i c r
-020 o t e r m | a c t 4 | m i c r o
-040 t e r m a c t i v \e0 \e0 001 \e0 \e0
-060 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0 \e0