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authorPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>1999-08-24 01:06:48 +0000
committerPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>1999-08-24 01:06:48 +0000
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Import unmodified (but trimmed) ncurses 5.0 prerelease 990821.vendor/ncurses/5.0-19990821
This contains the full eti (panel, form, menu) extensions. bmake glue to follow. Obtained from: ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses
Notes
Notes: svn path=/vendor/ncurses/dist/; revision=50276 svn path=/vendor/ncurses/5.0-19990821/; revision=50278; tag=vendor/ncurses/5.0-19990821
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+
+ Announcing ncurses 5.0
+
+ The ncurses (new curses) library is a free software emulation of
+ curses in System V Release 4.0, and more. It uses terminfo format,
+ supports pads and color and multiple highlights and forms characters
+ and function-key mapping, and has all the other SYSV-curses
+ enhancements over BSD curses.
+
+ In mid-June 1995, the maintainer of 4.4BSD curses declared that he
+ considered 4.4BSD curses obsolete, and is encouraging the keepers of
+ Unix releases such as BSD/OS, freeBSD and netBSD to switch over to
+ ncurses.
+
+ The ncurses code was developed under GNU/Linux. It should port easily
+ to any ANSI/POSIX-conforming UNIX. It has even been ported to OS/2
+ Warp!
+
+ The distribution includes the library and support utilities, including
+ a terminfo compiler tic(1), a decompiler infocmp(1), clear(1),
+ tput(1), tset(1), and a termcap conversion tool captoinfo(1). Full
+ manual pages are provided for the library and tools.
+
+ The ncurses distribution is available via anonymous FTP at the GNU
+ distribution site [1]ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu. It is also available
+ at [2]ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses.
+
+ Release Notes
+
+ We decided to release ncurses as a new whole number release (5.0)
+ because it incorporates several interface changes, including some that
+ would invalidate existing shared libraries. These are the highlights
+ from the change-log since ncurses 4.2 release.
+
+ Interface changes:
+ * The principal source of changes to the interface comes from the
+ release of X/Open Curses in 1997. Earlier versions of ncurses (4.0
+ and before) were based on a draft version of the specification.
+ The release version adds parameters to some functions to support
+ the evolving internationalization of curses. These summarize the
+ impact:
+ + modified several prototypes to correspond with 1997 version
+ of X/Open Curses (affects ABI since developers have used
+ attr_get).
+ + corrected prototypes for slk_* functions, using chtype rather
+ than attr_t.
+ + the slk_attr_{set,off,on} functions need an additional void*
+ parameter according to XSI.
+ + correct macros for wattr_set, wattr_get, separate wattrset
+ macro from these to preserve behavior that allows attributes
+ to be combined with color pair numbers.
+ + reviewed/updated curses.h, term.h against X/Open Curses Issue
+ 4 Version 2. This includes making some parameters
+ NCURSES_CONST rather than const, e.g., in termcap.h.
+ + reviewed/corrected macros in curses.h as per XSI document.
+ + add set_a_attributes and set_pglen_inch to terminfo
+ structure, as per XSI and Solaris 2.5.
+ * The newest version of the X/Open Curses is implemented on Solaris
+ and other vendor's systems. It adds new features to the terminfo
+ descriptions:
+ + implement tparm %l format.
+ + implement tparm printf-style width and precision for %s, %d,
+ %x, %o as per XSI.
+ * We made additional changes to reduce impact by future interface
+ changes:
+ + change key_names[] array to static since it is not part of
+ the curses interface.
+ + move macro winch to a function, to hide details of struct
+ ldat
+ * modify configure script to embed ABI in shared libraries for HP-UX
+ 10.x (detailed request by Tim Mooney).
+ * modify configuration of shared libraries on Digital Unix so that
+ versioning is embedded in the library, rather than implied by
+ links (patch by Tim Mooney).
+
+ New features:
+ * enable sigwinch handler by default.
+ * turn on hashmap scrolling code by default
+ * improved support for termcap applications
+ + modify tput to accept termcap names as an alternative to
+ terminfo names.
+ + provide support for termcap PC variable by copying it from
+ terminfo data and using it as the padding character in tputs.
+ + provide support for termcap ospeed variable by copying it
+ from the internal cur_term member, and using ospeed as the
+ baudrate reference for the delay_output and tputs functions.
+ + change name-comparisons in lib_termcap to compare no more
+ than 2 characters.
+ + add configure option --enable-tcap-names, which essentially
+ allows users to define new capabilities as in termcap.
+ * add mouse support to ncurses menus.
+ * add mouse and dll support for OS/2 EMX
+ * modify terminfo parsing to accept octal and hexadecimal constants
+ * add configure option --enable-no-padding, to allow environment
+ variable $NCURSES_NO_PADDING to eliminate non-mandatory padding,
+ thereby making terminal emulators (e.g., for vt100) a little more
+ efficient.
+ * modify lib_color.c to eliminate dependency on orig_colors and
+ orig_pair, since SVr4 curses does not require these either, but
+ uses them when they are available.
+ * add -f option to infocmp and tic, which formats the terminfo
+ if/then/else/endif so that they are readable (with newlines and
+ tabs).
+ * modify tic to compile into %'char' form in preference to
+ %{number}, since that is a little more efficient.
+
+ Major bug fixes:
+ * modify lib_tstp.c to block SIGTTOU when handling SIGTSTP, fixes a
+ problem where ncurses applications which were run via a shell
+ script would hang when given a ^Z. Also, check if the terminal's
+ process group is consistent, i.e., a shell has not taken ownership
+ of it, before deciding to save the current terminal settings in
+ the SIGTSTP handler.
+ * suppress sc/rc capabilities from terminal description if they
+ appear in smcup/rmcup. This affects only scrolling optimization,
+ to fix a problem reported by several people with xterm's alternate
+ screen, though the problem is more general.
+ * modify relative_move and tputs to avoid an interaction with the
+ BSD-style padding. The relative_move function could produce a
+ string to replace on the screen which began with a numeric
+ character, which was then interpreted by tputs as padding.
+ * modify setupterm so that cancelled strings are treated the same as
+ absent strings, cancelled and absent booleans false (does not
+ affect tic, infocmp).
+ * modify lib_vidattr.c to allow for terminal types (e.g.,
+ xterm-color) which may reset all attributes in the 'op'
+ capability, so that colors are set before turning on bold and
+ other attributes, but still after turning attributes off.
+ * use 'access()' to check if ncurses library should be permitted to
+ open or modify files with fopen/open/link/unlink/remove calls, in
+ case the calling application is running in setuid mode.
+ * correction to doupdate, for case where terminal does not support
+ insert/delete character. The logic did not check that there was a
+ difference in alignment of changes to old/new screens before
+ repainting the whole non-blank portion of the line. Modified to
+ fall through into logic that reduces by the portion which does not
+ differ.
+
+ Features of Ncurses
+
+ The ncurses package is fully compatible with SVr4 (System V Release 4)
+ curses:
+
+ * All 257 of the SVr4 calls have been implemented (and are
+ documented).
+ * Full support for SVr4 curses features including keyboard mapping,
+ color, forms-drawing with ACS characters, and automatic
+ recognition of keypad and function keys.
+ * An emulation of the SVr4 panels library, supporting a stack of
+ windows with backing store, is included.
+ * An emulation of the SVr4 menus library, supporting a uniform but
+ flexible interface for menu programming, is included.
+ * An emulation of the SVr4 form library, supporting data collection
+ through on-screen forms, is included.
+ * Binary terminfo entries generated by the ncurses tic(1)
+ implementation are bit-for-bit-compatible with the entry format
+ SVr4 curses uses.
+ * The utilities have options to allow you to filter terminfo entries
+ for use with less capable curses/terminfo versions such as the
+ HP/UX and AIX ports.
+
+ The ncurses package also has many useful extensions over SVr4:
+
+ * The API is 8-bit clean and base-level conformant with the X/OPEN
+ curses specification, XSI curses (that is, it implements all BASE
+ level features, but not all EXTENDED features). Most
+ EXTENDED-level features not directly concerned with wide-character
+ support are implemented, including many function calls not
+ supported under SVr4 curses (but portability of all calls is
+ documented so you can use the SVr4 subset only).
+ * Unlike SVr4 curses, ncurses can write to the rightmost-bottommost
+ corner of the screen if your terminal has an insert-character
+ capability.
+ * Ada95 and C++ bindings.
+ * Support for mouse event reporting with X Window xterm and OS/2
+ console windows.
+ * Extended mouse support via Alessandro Rubini's gpm package.
+ * The function wresize() allows you to resize windows, preserving
+ their data.
+ * The function use_default_colors() allows you to use the terminal's
+ default colors for the default color pair, achieving the effect of
+ transparent colors.
+ * The functions keyok() and define_key() allow you to better control
+ the use of function keys, e.g., disabling the ncurses KEY_MOUSE,
+ or by defining more than one control sequence to map to a given
+ key code.
+ * Support for 16-color terminals, such as aixterm and XFree86 xterm.
+ * Better cursor-movement optimization. The package now features a
+ cursor-local-movement computation more efficient than either BSD's
+ or System V's.
+ * Super hardware scrolling support. The screen-update code
+ incorporates a novel, simple, and cheap algorithm that enables it
+ to make optimal use of hardware scrolling, line-insertion, and
+ line-deletion for screen-line movements. This algorithm is more
+ powerful than the 4.4BSD curses quickch() routine.
+ * Real support for terminals with the magic-cookie glitch. The
+ screen-update code will refrain from drawing a highlight if the
+ magic- cookie unattributed spaces required just before the
+ beginning and after the end would step on a non-space character.
+ It will automatically shift highlight boundaries when doing so
+ would make it possible to draw the highlight without changing the
+ visual appearance of the screen.
+ * It is possible to generate the library with a list of pre-loaded
+ fallback entries linked to it so that it can serve those terminal
+ types even when no terminfo tree or termcap file is accessible
+ (this may be useful for support of screen-oriented programs that
+ must run in single-user mode).
+ * The tic(1)/captoinfo utility provided with ncurses has the ability
+ to translate many termcaps from the XENIX, IBM and AT&T extension
+ sets.
+ * A BSD-like tset(1) utility is provided.
+ * The ncurses library and utilities will automatically read terminfo
+ entries from $HOME/.terminfo if it exists, and compile to that
+ directory if it exists and the user has no write access to the
+ system directory. This feature makes it easier for users to have
+ personal terminfo entries without giving up access to the system
+ terminfo directory.
+ * You may specify a path of directories to search for compiled
+ descriptions with the environment variable TERMINFO_DIRS (this
+ generalizes the feature provided by TERMINFO under stock System
+ V.)
+ * In terminfo source files, use capabilities may refer not just to
+ other entries in the same source file (as in System V) but also to
+ compiled entries in either the system terminfo directory or the
+ user's $HOME/.terminfo directory.
+ * A script (capconvert) is provided to help BSD users transition
+ from termcap to terminfo. It gathers the information in a TERMCAP
+ environment variable and/or a ~/.termcap local entries file and
+ converts it to an equivalent local terminfo tree under
+ $HOME/.terminfo.
+ * Automatic fallback to the /etc/termcap file can be compiled in
+ when it is not possible to build a terminfo tree. This feature is
+ neither fast nor cheap, you don't want to use it unless you have
+ to, but it's there.
+ * The table-of-entries utility toe makes it easy for users to see
+ exactly what terminal types are available on the system.
+ * The library meets the XSI requirement that every macro entry point
+ have a corresponding function which may be linked (and will be
+ prototype-checked) if the macro definition is disabled with
+ #undef.
+ * An HTML "Introduction to Programming with NCURSES" document
+ provides a narrative introduction to the curses programming
+ interface.
+
+ State of the Package
+
+ Numerous bugs present in earlier versions have been fixed; the library
+ is far more reliable than it used to be. Bounds checking in many
+ `dangerous' entry points has been improved. The code is now type-safe
+ according to gcc -Wall. The library has been checked for malloc leaks
+ and arena corruption by the Purify memory-allocation tester.
+
+ The ncurses code has been tested with a wide variety of applications
+ including (versions starting with those noted):
+
+ ded
+ directory-editor [3]ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded.
+
+ dialog
+ the underlying application used in Slackware's setup, and the
+ basis for similar applications on GNU/Linux.
+
+ lynx-2.7
+ the character-screen WWW browser
+
+ Midnight Commander 4.1
+ file manager
+
+ mutt 0.88
+ mail utility
+
+ ncftp 2.0
+ file-transfer utility
+
+ nvi
+ New vi versions 1.50 are able to use ncurses versions 1.9.7 and
+ later.
+
+ taper
+ tape archive utility
+
+ vh-1.6
+ Volks-Hypertext browser for the Jargon File
+
+ as well as some that use ncurses for the terminfo support alone:
+
+ minicom-1.75
+ terminal emulator
+
+ tin-unoff
+ tin 1.4 newsreader, supporting color, MIME
+ [4]ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff.
+
+ vile
+ vi-like-emacs [5]ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile.
+
+ The ncurses distribution includes a selection of test programs
+ (including a few games).
+
+Who's Who and What's What
+
+ The original developers of ncurses are [6]Zeyd Ben-Halim and [7]Eric
+ S. Raymond. Ongoing work is being done by [8]Thomas Dickey and
+ [9]Jürgen Pfeifer. [10]Florian La Roche acts as the maintainer for the
+ Free Software Foundation, which holds the copyright on ncurses.
+ Contact the current maintainers at [11]bug-ncurses@gnu.org.
+
+ To join the ncurses mailing list, please write email to
+ bug-ncurses-request@gnu.org containing the line:
+ subscribe <name>@<host.domain>
+
+ This list is open to anyone interested in helping with the development
+ and testing of this package.
+
+ Beta versions of ncurses and patches to the current release are made
+ available at [12]ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses.
+
+Future Plans
+
+ * Extended-level XPG4 conformance, with internationalization
+ support.
+ * Ports to more systems, including DOS and Windows.
+
+ We need people to help with these projects. If you are interested in
+ working on them, please join the ncurses list.
+
+Other Related Resources
+
+ The distribution includes and uses a version of the terminfo-format
+ terminal description file maintained by Eric Raymond.
+ [13]http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo.
+
+ You can find lots of information on terminal-related topics not
+ covered in the terminfo file at [14]Richard Shuford's archive.
+
+References
+
+ 1. ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu
+ 2. ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses
+ 3. ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded
+ 4. ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff
+ 5. ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile
+ 6. mailto:zmbenhal@netcom.com
+ 7. http://www.ccil.org/~esr/home.html
+ 8. mailto:dickey@clark.net
+ 9. mailto:juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net
+ 10. mailto:florian@gnu.org
+ 11. mailto:bug-ncurses@gnu.org
+ 12. ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses
+ 13. http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo
+ 14. http://www.cs.utk.edu/~shuford/terminal_index.html
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/INSTALL b/contrib/ncurses/INSTALL
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@@ -0,0 +1,481 @@
+-- $Id: INSTALL,v 1.32 1999/07/24 21:06:24 tom Exp $
+---------------------------------------------------------------------
+ How to install Ncurses/Terminfo on your system
+---------------------------------------------------------------------
+ ************************************************************
+ * READ ALL OF THIS FILE BEFORE YOU TRY TO INSTALL NCURSES. *
+ ************************************************************
+
+You should be reading the file INSTALL in a directory called ncurses-d.d, where
+d.d is the current version number. There should be several subdirectories,
+including `c++', `form', `man', `menu', 'misc', `ncurses', `panel', `progs',
+and `test'. See the README file for a roadmap to the package.
+
+If you are a Linux or FreeBSD or NetBSD distribution integrator or packager,
+please read and act on the section titled IF YOU ARE A SYSTEM INTEGRATOR
+below.
+
+If you are converting from BSD curses and do not have root access, be sure
+to read the BSD CONVERSION NOTES section below.
+
+If you are using a version of XFree86 xterm older than 3.1.2F, see the section
+on RECENT XTERM VERSIONS below.
+
+If you are trying to build GNU Emacs using ncurses for terminal support,
+read the USING NCURSES WITH EMACS section below.
+
+If you are trying to build applications using gpm with ncurses,
+read the USING NCURSES WITH GPM section below.
+
+If you are trying to build Elvis using ncurses for terminal support,
+read the USING NCURSES WITH ELVIS section below.
+
+If you are running over the Andrew File System see the note below on
+USING NCURSES WITH AFS.
+
+If you want to build the Ada95 binding, go to the Ada95 directory and
+follow the instructions there. The Ada95 binding is not covered below.
+
+If you are using anything but (a) Linux, or (b) one of the 4.4BSD-based
+i386 Unixes, go read the Portability section in the TO-DO file before you
+do anything else.
+
+REQUIREMENTS:
+
+You will need the following in order to build and install ncurses under UNIX:
+
+ * ANSI C compiler (gcc is recommended)
+ * sh (bash will do)
+ * awk (mawk or gawk will do)
+ * sed
+ * BSD or System V style install (a script is enclosed)
+
+Ncurses has been also built in the OS/2 EMX environment.
+
+INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:
+
+1. First, decide whether you want ncurses to replace your existing library (in
+ which case you'll need super-user privileges) or be installed in parallel
+ with it.
+
+ The --prefix option to configure changes the root directory for installing
+ ncurses. The default is in subdirectories of /usr/local. Use
+ --prefix=/usr to replace your default curses distribution. This is the
+ default for Linux and BSD/OS users.
+
+ The package gets installed beneath the --prefix directory as follows:
+
+ In $(prefix)/bin: tic, infocmp, captoinfo, tset,
+ reset, clear, tput, toe
+ In $(prefix)/lib: libncurses*.* libcurses.a
+ In $(prefix)/share/terminfo: compiled terminal descriptions
+ In $(prefix)/include: C header files
+ Under $(prefix)/man: the manual pages
+
+ Note however that the configure script attempts to locate previous
+ installation of ncurses, and will set the default prefix according to where
+ it finds the ncurses headers.
+
+2. Type `./configure' in the top-level directory of the distribution to
+ configure ncurses for your operating system and create the Makefiles.
+ Besides --prefix, various configuration options are available to customize
+ the installation; use `./configure --help' to list the available options.
+
+ If your operating system is not supported, read the PORTABILITY section in
+ the file ncurses/README for information on how to create a configuration
+ file for your system.
+
+ The `configure' script generates makefile rules for one or more object
+ models and their associated libraries:
+
+ libncurses.a (normal)
+
+ libcurses.a (normal, a link to libncurses.a)
+ This gets left out if you configure with --disable-overwrite.
+
+ libncurses.so (shared)
+
+ libncurses_g.a (debug)
+
+ libncurses_p.a (profile)
+
+ If you do not specify any models, the normal and debug libraries will be
+ configured. Typing `configure' with no arguments is equivalent to:
+
+ ./configure --with-normal --with-debug --enable-overwrite
+
+ Typing
+
+ ./configure --with-shared
+
+ makes the shared libraries the default, resulting in
+
+ ./configure --with-shared --with-normal --with-debug --enable-overwrite
+
+ If you want only shared libraries, type
+
+ ./configure --with-shared --without-normal --without-debug
+
+ Rules for generating shared libraries are highly dependent upon the choice
+ of host system and compiler. We've been testing shared libraries on Linux
+ and SunOS with gcc, but more work needs to be done to make shared libraries
+ work on other systems.
+
+ You can make curses and terminfo fall back to an existing file of termcap
+ definitions by configuring with --enable-termcap. If you do this, the
+ library will search /etc/termcap before the terminfo database, and will
+ also interpret the contents of the TERM environment variable. See the
+ section BSD CONVERSION NOTES below.
+
+3. Type `make'. Ignore any warnings, no error messages should be produced.
+ This should compile the ncurses library, the terminfo compiler tic(1),
+ captoinfo(1), infocmp(1), toe(1), clear(1) tset(1), reset(1), and tput(1)
+ programs (see the man pages for explanation of what they do), some test
+ programs, and the panels, menus, and forms libraries.
+
+4. Run ncurses and several other test programs in the test directory to
+ verify that ncurses functions correctly before doing an install that
+ may overwrite system files. Read the file test/README for details on
+ the test programs.
+
+ NOTE: You must have installed the terminfo database, or set the
+ environment variable $TERMINFO to point to a SVr4-compatible terminfo
+ database before running the test programs. Not all vendors' terminfo
+ databases are SVr4-compatible, but most seem to be. Exceptions include
+ DEC's Digital Unix (formerly known as OSF/1).
+
+ The ncurses program is designed specifically to test the ncurses library.
+ You can use it to verify that the screen highlights work correctly, that
+ cursor addressing and window scrolling works OK, etc.
+
+5. Once you've tested, you can type `make install' to install libraries,
+ the programs, the terminfo database and the man pages. Alternately, you
+ can type `make install' in each directory you want to install. In the
+ top-level directory, you can do a partial install using these commands:
+
+ 'make install.progs' installs tic, infocmp, etc...
+ 'make install.includes' installs the headers.
+ 'make install.libs' installs the libraries (and the headers).
+ 'make install.data' installs the terminfo data. (Note: `tic' must
+ be installed before the terminfo data can be
+ compiled).
+ 'make install.man' installs the man pages.
+
+ ############################################################################
+ # CAVEAT EMPTOR: `install.data' run as root will NUKE any existing #
+ # terminfo database. If you have any custom or unusual entries SAVE them #
+ # before you install ncurses. I have a file called terminfo.custom for #
+ # this purpose. Don't forget to run tic on the file once you're done. #
+ ############################################################################
+
+ The terminfo(5) manual page wants to be preprocessed with tbl(1) before
+ being formatted by nroff(1). Modern man(1) implementations tend to do
+ this by default, but you may want to look at your version's man page
+ to be sure.
+
+ If the system already has a curses library that you need to keep using
+ for some bizarre binary-compatibility reason, you'll need to distinguish
+ between it and ncurses. If ncurses is installed outside the standard
+ directories (/usr/include and /usr/lib) then all your users will need
+ to use the -I option to compile programs and -L to link them.
+
+ If you have BSD curses installed in your system and you accidentally
+ compile using its curses.h you'll end up with a large number of
+ undefined symbols at link time. _waddbytes is one of them.
+
+ IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ROOT: Change directory to the `progs' subdirectory
+ and run the `capconvert' script. This script will deduce various things
+ about your environment and use them to build you a private terminfo tree,
+ so you can use ncurses applications.
+
+ If more than one user at your site does this, the space for the duplicate
+ trees is wasted. Try to get your site administrators to install a system-
+ wide terminfo tree instead.
+
+ See the BSD CONVERSION NOTES section below for a few more details.
+
+6. The c++ directory has C++ classes that are built on top of ncurses and
+ panels. You need to have c++ (and its libraries) installed before you can
+ compile and run the demo.
+
+ If you do not have C++, you must use the --without-cxx option to tell
+ the configure script to not attempt to build the C++ bindings.
+
+7. If you're running an older Linux, you must either (a) tell Linux that the
+ console terminal type is `linux' or (b) make a link to or copy of the
+ linux entry in the appropriate place under your terminfo directory, named
+ `console'. All 1.3 and many 1.2 distributions (including Yggdrasil and
+ Red Hat) already have the console type set to `linux'.
+
+ The way to change the wired-in console type depends on the configuration
+ of your system. This may involve editing /etc/inittab, /etc/ttytype,
+ /etc/profile and other such files.
+
+ Warning: this is not for the fainthearted, if you mess up your console
+ getty entries you can make your system unusable! However, if you are
+ a distribution maker, this is the right thing to do (see the note for
+ integrators near the end of this file).
+
+ The easier way is to link or copy l/linux to c/console under your terminfo
+ directory. Note: this will go away next time you do `make install.data'
+ and you'll have to redo it. There is no need to have entries for all
+ possible screen sizes, ncurses will figure out the size automatically.
+
+IF YOU ARE A SYSTEM INTEGRATOR:
+
+ Beginning with 1.9.9, the ncurses distribution includes both a tset
+ utility and /usr/share/tabset directory. If you are installing ncurses,
+ it is no longer either necessary or desirable to install tset-jv.
+
+ Configuration and Installation:
+
+ Configure with --prefix=/usr to make the install productions put
+ libraries and headers in the correct locations (overwriting any
+ previous curses libraries and headers). This will put the terminfo
+ hierarchy under /usr/share/terminfo; you may want to override this with
+ --datadir=/usr/share/misc; terminfo and tabset are installed under the
+ data directory.
+
+ Please configure the ncurses library in a pure-terminfo mode; that
+ is, with the --disable-termcap option. This will make the ncurses
+ library smaller and faster. The ncurses library includes a termcap
+ emulation that queries the terminfo database, so even applications
+ that use raw termcap to query terminal characteristics will win
+ (providing you recompile and relink them!).
+
+ If you must configure with termcap fallback enabled, you may also
+ wish to use the --enable-getcap option. This option speeds up
+ termcap-based startups, at the expense of not allowing personal
+ termcap entries to reference the terminfo tree. See the code in
+ ncurses/tinfo/read_termcap.c for details.
+
+ Note that if you have $TERMCAP set, ncurses will use that value
+ to locate termcap data. In particular, running from xterm will
+ set $TERMCAP to the contents of the xterm's termcap entry.
+ If ncurses sees that, it will not examine /etc/termcap.
+
+ Keyboard Mapping:
+
+ The terminfo file assumes that Shift-Tab generates \E[Z (the ECMA-48
+ reverse-tabulation sequence) rather than ^I. Here are the loadkeys -d
+ mappings that will set this up:
+
+ keycode 15 = Tab Tab
+ alt keycode 15 = Meta_Tab
+ shift keycode 15 = F26
+ string F26 ="\033[Z"
+
+ Naming the Console Terminal
+
+ In various Linuxes (and possibly elsewhere) there has been a practice
+ of designating the system console driver type as `console'. Please
+ do not do this any more! It complicates peoples' lives, because it
+ can mean that several different terminfo entries from different
+ operating systems all logically want to be called `console'.
+
+ Please pick a name unique to your console driver and set that up
+ in the /etc/inittab table or local equivalent. Send the entry to the
+ terminfo maintainer (listed in the misc/terminfo file) to be included
+ in the terminfo file, if it's not already there. See the
+ term(7) manual page included with this distribution for more on
+ conventions for choosing type names.
+
+ Here are some recommended primary console names:
+
+ linux -- Linux console driver
+ freebsd -- FreeBSD
+ netbsd -- NetBSD
+ bsdos -- BSD/OS
+
+ If you are responsible for integrating ncurses for one of these
+ distribution, please either use the recommended name or get back
+ to us explaining why you don't want to, so we can work out nomenclature
+ that will make users' lives easier rather than harder.
+
+RECENT XTERM VERSIONS
+ The terminfo database file included with this distribution assumes you
+ are running an XFree86 xterm based on X11R6 (i.e., xterm-r6). The
+ earlier X11R5 entry (xterm-r5) is provided as well.
+
+ If you are running XFree86 version 3.2 (actually 3.1.2F and up), you
+ should consider using the xterm-xf86-v32 (or later, the most recent
+ version is always named "xterm-xfree86") entry, which adds ANSI color
+ and the VT220 capabilities which have been added in XFree86. If you
+ are running a mixed network, however, where this terminal description
+ may be used on an older xterm, you may have problems, since
+ applications that assume these capabilities will produce incorrect
+ output on the older xterm (e.g., highlighting is not cleared).
+
+CONFIGURING FALLBACK ENTRIES
+ In order to support operation of ncurses programs before the terminfo
+ tree is accessible (that is, in single-user mode or at OS installation
+ time) the ncurses library can be compiled to include an array of
+ pre-fetched fallback entries.
+
+ These entries are checked by setupterm() only when the conventional
+ fetches from the terminfo tree and the termcap fallback (if configured)
+ have been tried and failed. Thus, the presence of a fallback will not
+ shadow modifications to the on-disk entry for the same type, when that
+ entry is accessible.
+
+ By default, there are no entries on the fallback list. After you
+ have built the ncurses suite for the first time, you can change
+ the list (the process needs infocmp(1)). To do so, use the script
+ MKfallback.sh. A configure script option --with-fallbacks does this
+ (it accepts a comma-separated list of the names you wish, and does
+ not require a rebuild).
+
+ If you wanted (say) to have linux, vt100, and xterm fallbacks, you
+ would use the commands
+
+ cd ncurses;
+ MKfallback.sh linux vt100 xterm >fallback.c
+
+ Then just rebuild and reinstall the library as you would normally.
+ You can restore the default empty fallback list with
+
+ MKfallback.sh >fallback.c
+
+ The overhead for an empty fallback list is one trivial stub function.
+ Any non-empty fallback list is const-ed and therefore lives in sharable
+ text space. You can look at the comment trailing each initializer in
+ the generated ncurses/fallback.c file to see the core cost of the
+ fallbacks. A good rule of thumb for modern vt100-like entries is that
+ each one will cost about 2.5K of text space.
+
+BSD CONVERSION NOTES:
+ If you need to support really ancient BSD programs, you probably
+ want to configure with the --enable-bsdpad option. What this does
+ is enable code in tputs() that recognizes a numeric prefix on a
+ capability as a request for that much trailing padding in milliseconds.
+ There are old BSD programs that do things like tputs("50").
+
+ (If you are distributing ncurses as a support-library component of
+ an application you probably want to put the remainder of this section
+ in the package README file.)
+
+ The following note applies only if you have configured ncurses with
+ --enable-termcap.
+
+------------------------------- CUT HERE --------------------------------
+
+If you are installing this application privately (either because you
+have no root access or want to experiment with it before doing a root
+installation), there are a couple of details you need to be aware of.
+They have to do with the ncurses library, which uses terminfo rather
+than termcap for describing terminal characteristics.
+
+Though the ncurses library is terminfo-based, it will interpret your
+TERMCAP variable (if present), any local termcap files you reference
+through it, and the system termcap file. However, in order to avoid
+slowing down your application startup, it will only do this once per
+terminal type!
+
+The first time you load a given terminal type from your termcap
+database, the library initialization code will automatically write it
+in terminfo format to a subdirectory under $HOME/.terminfo. After
+that, the initialization code will find it there and do a (much
+faster) terminfo fetch.
+
+Usually, all this means is that your home directory will silently grow
+an invisible .terminfo subdirectory which will get filled in with
+terminfo descriptions of terminal types as you invoke them. If anyone
+ever installs a global terminfo tree on your system, this will quietly
+stop happening and your $HOME/.terminfo will become redundant.
+
+The objective of all this logic is to make converting from BSD termcap
+as painless as possible without slowing down your application (termcap
+compilation is expensive).
+
+If you don't have a TERMCAP variable or custom personal termcap file,
+you can skip the rest of this dissertation.
+
+If you *do* have a TERMCAP variable and/or a custom personal termcap file
+that defines a terminal type, that definition will stop being visible
+to this application after the first time you run it, because it will
+instead see the terminfo entry that it wrote to $HOME/terminfo the
+first time around.
+
+Subsequently, editing the TERMCAP variable or personal TERMCAP file
+will have no effect unless you explicitly remove the terminfo entry
+under $HOME/terminfo. If you do that, the entry will be recompiled
+from your termcap resources the next time it is invoked.
+
+To avoid these complications, use infocmp(1) and tic(1) to edit the
+terminfo directory directly.
+
+------------------------------- CUT HERE --------------------------------
+
+USING NCURSES WITH AFS:
+ AFS treats each directory as a separate logical filesystem, you
+ can't hard-link across them. The --enable-symlinks option copes
+ with this by making tic use symbolic links.
+
+USING NCURSES WITH EMACS:
+ GNU Emacs has its own termcap support. By default, it uses a mixture
+ of those functions and code linked from the host system's libraries.
+ You need to foil this and shut out the GNU termcap library entirely.
+
+ In order to do this, hack the Linux config file (s/linux.h) to contain
+ a #define TERMINFO and set the symbol LIBS_TERMCAP to "-lncurses".
+
+ We have submitted such a change for the 19.30 release, so it may
+ already be applied in your sources -- check for the #define TERMINFO.
+
+USING NCURSES WITH GPM:
+ Ncurses 4.1 and up can be configured to use GPM (General Purpose Mouse)
+ which is used on Linux console. Be aware that GPM is commonly
+ installed as a shared library which contains a wrapper for the curses
+ wgetch() function (libcurses.o). Some integrators have simplified
+ linking applications by combining all of libcurses.so (the BSD curses)
+ into the libgpm.so file, producing symbol conflicts with ncurses. You
+ may be able to work around this problem by linking as follows:
+
+ cc -o foo foo.o -lncurses -lgpm -lncurses
+
+ but the linker may not cooperate, producing mysterious errors.
+ A patched version of gpm is available:
+
+ ftp.clark.net:/pub/dickey/ncurses/gpm-1.10-970125.tgz
+
+ This patch is incorporated in gpm 1.12; however some integrators
+ are slow to update this library.
+
+USING NCURSES WITH ELVIS:
+ To use ncurses as the screen-painting library for Elvis, apply the
+ following patch to the Elvis curses
+
+*** curses.c.orig Sun Jun 26 05:48:23 1994
+--- curses.c Sun Feb 11 16:50:41 1996
+***************
+*** 986,992 ****
+ {
+ if (has_IM)
+ do_IM();
+! do_IC();
+ qaddch(ch);
+ if (has_EI)
+ do_EI();
+--- 986,995 ----
+ {
+ if (has_IM)
+ do_IM();
+!#ifdef NCURSES_VERSION
+! else /* ncurses does insertion in a slightly nonstandard way */
+!#endif
+! do_IC();
+ qaddch(ch);
+ if (has_EI)
+ do_EI();
+
+This patch is for elvis-1.8pl4 but it can even be used for elvis-1.8pl3 with
+an offset of -11 lines.
+
+BUGS:
+ Send any feedback to the ncurses mailing list at
+ bug-ncurses@gnu.org. To subscribe send mail to
+ bug-ncurses-request@gnu.org with body that reads:
+ subscribe ncurses <your-email-address-here>
+
+ The Hacker's Guide in the misc directory includes some guidelines
+ on how to report bugs in ways that will get them fixed most quickly.
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/MANIFEST b/contrib/ncurses/MANIFEST
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..0340c7d14953
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/MANIFEST
@@ -0,0 +1,798 @@
+./ANNOUNCE
+./Ada95/Makefile.in
+./Ada95/README
+./Ada95/TODO
+./Ada95/gen/Makefile.in
+./Ada95/gen/gen.c
+./Ada95/gen/normal.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-aux.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_user_data.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-forms-form_user_data.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-forms.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-menus-item_user_data.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-menus-menu_user_data.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-menus.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-mouse.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-panels-user_data.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses-panels.ads.m4
+./Ada95/gen/terminal_interface-curses.ads.m4
+./Ada95/html/ada/files.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/files/T.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/A.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/C.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/E.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/F.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/G.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/I.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/L.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/M.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/N.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/P.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/R.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/S.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/T.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/U.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/funcs/V.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/index.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/main.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-alpha__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-alphanumeric__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-enumeration-ada__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-enumeration__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-intfield__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-ipv4_address__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-numeric__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-regexp__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user-choice__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_user_data__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms-form_user_data__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-forms__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-menus-item_user_data__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-menus-menu_user_data__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-menus__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-mouse__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-panels-user_data__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-panels__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-complex_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-decimal_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-enumeration_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-fixed_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-float_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-integer_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-modular_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses-text_io__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface-curses__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/ada/terminal_interface__ads.htm
+./Ada95/html/index.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_addch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_addchstr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_addstr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_attr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_beep.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_bkgd.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_border.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_clear.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_color.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_delch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_deleteln.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_getch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_getstr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_getyx.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_inch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_inchstr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_initscr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_inopts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_insch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_insstr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_instr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_kernel.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_mouse.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_move.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_outopts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_overlay.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_pad.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_print.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_printw.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_refresh.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_scanw.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_scr_dmp.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_scr_dump.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_scroll.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_slk.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_termattrs.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_termcap.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_terminfo.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_touch.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_util.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/curs_window.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/define_key.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/dft_fgbg.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_cursor.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_data.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_driver.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_attributes.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_buffer.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_info.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_just.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_new.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_opts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_userptr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_field_validation.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_fieldtype.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_hook.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_new.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_new_page.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_opts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_page.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_post.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_requestname.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_userptr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/form_win.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/keyok.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_attribs.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_cursor.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_driver.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_format.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_hook.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_items.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_mark.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_new.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_opts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_pattern.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_post.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_requestname.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_spacing.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_userptr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/menu_win.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_current.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_name.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_new.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_opts.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_userptr.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_value.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/mitem_visible.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/ncurses.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/panel.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/resizeterm.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/man/wresize.3x.html
+./Ada95/html/table.html
+./Ada95/samples/Makefile.in
+./Ada95/samples/README
+./Ada95/samples/explain.txt
+./Ada95/samples/rain.adb
+./Ada95/samples/rain.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo-attributes.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo-attributes.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo-mouse.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo-mouse.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-curses_demo.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-explanation.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-explanation.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo-aux.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo-aux.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo-handler.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo-handler.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-form_demo.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-function_key_setting.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-function_key_setting.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-header_handler.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-header_handler.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-helpers.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-helpers.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-keyboard_handler.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-keyboard_handler.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-manifest.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo-aux.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo-aux.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo-handler.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo-handler.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-menu_demo.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-my_field_type.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-my_field_type.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample-text_io_demo.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample-text_io_demo.ads
+./Ada95/samples/sample.adb
+./Ada95/samples/sample.ads
+./Ada95/samples/status.adb
+./Ada95/samples/status.ads
+./Ada95/samples/tour.adb
+./Ada95/samples/tour.ads
+./Ada95/src/Makefile.in
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-aux.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-alpha.adb
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+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-ipv4_address.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-ipv4_address.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-numeric.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-numeric.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-regexp.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-regexp.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user-choice.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user-choice.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types-user.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_types.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-field_user_data.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms-form_user_data.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-forms.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-menus-item_user_data.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-menus-menu_user_data.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-menus.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-mouse.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-panels-user_data.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-panels.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-aux.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-aux.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-complex_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-complex_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-decimal_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-decimal_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-enumeration_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-enumeration_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-fixed_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-fixed_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-float_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-float_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-integer_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-integer_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-modular_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io-modular_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses-text_io.ads
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface-curses.adb
+./Ada95/src/terminal_interface.ads
+./INSTALL
+./MANIFEST
+./Makefile.glibc
+./Makefile.in
+./Makefile.os2
+./NEWS
+./README
+./README.emx
+./README.glibc
+./TO-DO
+./aclocal.m4
+./announce.html
+./announce.html.in
+./c++/Makefile.in
+./c++/NEWS
+./c++/PROBLEMS
+./c++/README-first
+./c++/cursesapp.cc
+./c++/cursesapp.h
+./c++/cursesf.cc
+./c++/cursesf.h
+./c++/cursesm.cc
+./c++/cursesm.h
+./c++/cursesmain.cc
+./c++/cursesp.cc
+./c++/cursesp.h
+./c++/cursespad.cc
+./c++/cursesw.cc
+./c++/cursesw.h
+./c++/cursslk.cc
+./c++/cursslk.h
+./c++/demo.cc
+./c++/edit_cfg.sh
+./c++/etip.h.in
+./c++/headers
+./c++/internal.h
+./c++/modules
+./config.guess
+./config.sub
+./configure
+./configure.in
+./convert_configure.pl
+./dist.mk
+./form/Makefile.in
+./form/READ.ME
+./form/fld_arg.c
+./form/fld_attr.c
+./form/fld_current.c
+./form/fld_def.c
+./form/fld_dup.c
+./form/fld_ftchoice.c
+./form/fld_ftlink.c
+./form/fld_info.c
+./form/fld_just.c
+./form/fld_link.c
+./form/fld_max.c
+./form/fld_move.c
+./form/fld_newftyp.c
+./form/fld_opts.c
+./form/fld_pad.c
+./form/fld_page.c
+./form/fld_stat.c
+./form/fld_type.c
+./form/fld_user.c
+./form/form.h
+./form/form.priv.h
+./form/frm_cursor.c
+./form/frm_data.c
+./form/frm_def.c
+./form/frm_driver.c
+./form/frm_hook.c
+./form/frm_opts.c
+./form/frm_page.c
+./form/frm_post.c
+./form/frm_req_name.c
+./form/frm_scale.c
+./form/frm_sub.c
+./form/frm_user.c
+./form/frm_win.c
+./form/fty_alnum.c
+./form/fty_alpha.c
+./form/fty_enum.c
+./form/fty_int.c
+./form/fty_ipv4.c
+./form/fty_num.c
+./form/fty_regex.c
+./form/headers
+./form/llib-lform
+./form/modules
+./include/Caps
+./include/MKhashsize.sh
+./include/MKparametrized.sh
+./include/MKterm.h.awk.in
+./include/Makefile.in
+./include/capdefaults.c
+./include/curses.h.in
+./include/edit_cfg.sh
+./include/headers
+./include/nc_alloc.h
+./include/nc_panel.h
+./include/ncurses_cfg.hin
+./include/term_entry.h
+./include/termcap.h.in
+./include/tic.h
+./include/unctrl.h.in
+./install-sh
+./man/MKterminfo.sh
+./man/Makefile.in
+./man/captoinfo.1m
+./man/clear.1
+./man/curs_addch.3x
+./man/curs_addchstr.3x
+./man/curs_addstr.3x
+./man/curs_attr.3x
+./man/curs_beep.3x
+./man/curs_bkgd.3x
+./man/curs_border.3x
+./man/curs_clear.3x
+./man/curs_color.3x
+./man/curs_delch.3x
+./man/curs_deleteln.3x
+./man/curs_getch.3x
+./man/curs_getstr.3x
+./man/curs_getyx.3x
+./man/curs_inch.3x
+./man/curs_inchstr.3x
+./man/curs_initscr.3x
+./man/curs_inopts.3x
+./man/curs_insch.3x
+./man/curs_insstr.3x
+./man/curs_instr.3x
+./man/curs_kernel.3x
+./man/curs_mouse.3x
+./man/curs_move.3x
+./man/curs_outopts.3x
+./man/curs_overlay.3x
+./man/curs_pad.3x
+./man/curs_print.3x
+./man/curs_printw.3x
+./man/curs_refresh.3x
+./man/curs_scanw.3x
+./man/curs_scr_dump.3x
+./man/curs_scroll.3x
+./man/curs_slk.3x
+./man/curs_termattrs.3x
+./man/curs_termcap.3x
+./man/curs_terminfo.3x
+./man/curs_touch.3x
+./man/curs_util.3x
+./man/curs_window.3x
+./man/define_key.3x
+./man/dft_fgbg.3x
+./man/form.3x
+./man/form_cursor.3x
+./man/form_data.3x
+./man/form_driver.3x
+./man/form_field.3x
+./man/form_field_attributes.3x
+./man/form_field_buffer.3x
+./man/form_field_info.3x
+./man/form_field_just.3x
+./man/form_field_new.3x
+./man/form_field_opts.3x
+./man/form_field_userptr.3x
+./man/form_field_validation.3x
+./man/form_fieldtype.3x
+./man/form_hook.3x
+./man/form_new.3x
+./man/form_new_page.3x
+./man/form_opts.3x
+./man/form_page.3x
+./man/form_post.3x
+./man/form_requestname.3x
+./man/form_userptr.3x
+./man/form_win.3x
+./man/infocmp.1m
+./man/keybound.3x
+./man/keyok.3x
+./man/make_sed.sh
+./man/man_db.renames
+./man/menu.3x
+./man/menu_attribs.3x
+./man/menu_cursor.3x
+./man/menu_driver.3x
+./man/menu_format.3x
+./man/menu_hook.3x
+./man/menu_items.3x
+./man/menu_mark.3x
+./man/menu_new.3x
+./man/menu_opts.3x
+./man/menu_pattern.3x
+./man/menu_post.3x
+./man/menu_requestname.3x
+./man/menu_spacing.3x
+./man/menu_userptr.3x
+./man/menu_win.3x
+./man/mitem_current.3x
+./man/mitem_name.3x
+./man/mitem_new.3x
+./man/mitem_opts.3x
+./man/mitem_userptr.3x
+./man/mitem_value.3x
+./man/mitem_visible.3x
+./man/ncurses.3x
+./man/panel.3x
+./man/resizeterm.3x
+./man/term.5
+./man/term.7
+./man/terminfo.head
+./man/terminfo.tail
+./man/tic.1m
+./man/toe.1m
+./man/tput.1
+./man/tset.1
+./man/wresize.3x
+./menu/Makefile.in
+./menu/READ.ME
+./menu/eti.h
+./menu/headers
+./menu/llib-lmenu
+./menu/m_attribs.c
+./menu/m_cursor.c
+./menu/m_driver.c
+./menu/m_format.c
+./menu/m_global.c
+./menu/m_hook.c
+./menu/m_item_cur.c
+./menu/m_item_nam.c
+./menu/m_item_new.c
+./menu/m_item_opt.c
+./menu/m_item_top.c
+./menu/m_item_use.c
+./menu/m_item_val.c
+./menu/m_item_vis.c
+./menu/m_items.c
+./menu/m_new.c
+./menu/m_opts.c
+./menu/m_pad.c
+./menu/m_pattern.c
+./menu/m_post.c
+./menu/m_req_name.c
+./menu/m_scale.c
+./menu/m_spacing.c
+./menu/m_sub.c
+./menu/m_userptr.c
+./menu/m_win.c
+./menu/menu.h
+./menu/menu.priv.h
+./menu/mf_common.h
+./menu/modules
+./misc/Makefile.in
+./misc/chkdef.cmd
+./misc/cleantic.cmd
+./misc/cmpdef.cmd
+./misc/emx.src
+./misc/form.def
+./misc/form.ref
+./misc/hackguide.doc
+./misc/hackguide.html
+./misc/makedef.cmd
+./misc/makellib
+./misc/menu.def
+./misc/menu.ref
+./misc/ncurses-intro.doc
+./misc/ncurses-intro.html
+./misc/ncurses.def
+./misc/ncurses.ref
+./misc/panel.def
+./misc/panel.ref
+./misc/run_tic.sh
+./misc/shlib
+./misc/tabset/std
+./misc/tabset/stdcrt
+./misc/tabset/vt100
+./misc/tabset/vt300
+./misc/tdlint
+./misc/terminfo.src
+./mk-0th.awk
+./mk-1st.awk
+./mk-2nd.awk
+./mkinstalldirs
+./ncurses/Makefile.in
+./ncurses/README
+./ncurses/SigAction.h
+./ncurses/base/MKkeyname.awk
+./ncurses/base/MKlib_gen.sh
+./ncurses/base/MKunctrl.awk
+./ncurses/base/README
+./ncurses/base/define_key.c
+./ncurses/base/keybound.c
+./ncurses/base/keyok.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_addch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_addstr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_beep.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_bkgd.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_box.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_chgat.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_clear.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_clearok.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_clrbot.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_clreol.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_color.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_colorset.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_delch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_delwin.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_dft_fgbg.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_echo.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_endwin.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_erase.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_flash.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_freeall.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_getch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_getstr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_hline.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_immedok.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_inchstr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_initscr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_insch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_insdel.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_insstr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_instr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_isendwin.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_leaveok.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_mouse.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_move.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_mvwin.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_newterm.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_newwin.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_nl.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_overlay.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_pad.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_printw.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_redrawln.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_refresh.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_restart.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_scanw.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_screen.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_scroll.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_scrollok.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_scrreg.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_set_term.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slk.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkatr_set.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkatrof.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkatron.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkatrset.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkattr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkclear.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkcolor.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkinit.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slklab.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkrefr.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slkset.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_slktouch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_touch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_ungetch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_vline.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_wattroff.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_wattron.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_winch.c
+./ncurses/base/lib_window.c
+./ncurses/base/memmove.c
+./ncurses/base/nc_panel.c
+./ncurses/base/resizeterm.c
+./ncurses/base/safe_sprintf.c
+./ncurses/base/sigaction.c
+./ncurses/base/tries.c
+./ncurses/base/vsscanf.c
+./ncurses/base/wresize.c
+./ncurses/curses.priv.h
+./ncurses/fifo_defs.h
+./ncurses/llib-lncurses
+./ncurses/modules
+./ncurses/tinfo/MKcaptab.awk
+./ncurses/tinfo/MKfallback.sh
+./ncurses/tinfo/MKnames.awk
+./ncurses/tinfo/README
+./ncurses/tinfo/access.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/add_tries.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/alloc_entry.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/alloc_ttype.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/captoinfo.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/comp_error.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/comp_expand.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/comp_hash.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/comp_parse.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/comp_scan.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/doalloc.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/free_ttype.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/getenv_num.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/home_terminfo.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/init_keytry.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/keys.list
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_acs.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_baudrate.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_cur_term.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_data.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_has_cap.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_kernel.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_longname.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_napms.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_options.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_print.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_raw.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_setup.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_termcap.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_termname.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_ti.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_tparm.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_tputs.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/lib_ttyflags.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/make_keys.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/name_match.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/parse_entry.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/read_entry.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/read_termcap.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/setbuf.c
+./ncurses/tinfo/write_entry.c
+./ncurses/trace/README
+./ncurses/trace/lib_trace.c
+./ncurses/trace/lib_traceatr.c
+./ncurses/trace/lib_tracebits.c
+./ncurses/trace/lib_tracechr.c
+./ncurses/trace/lib_tracedmp.c
+./ncurses/trace/lib_tracemse.c
+./ncurses/trace/trace_buf.c
+./ncurses/trace/trace_tries.c
+./ncurses/trace/trace_xnames.c
+./ncurses/tty/MKexpanded.sh
+./ncurses/tty/hardscroll.c
+./ncurses/tty/hashmap.c
+./ncurses/tty/lib_mvcur.c
+./ncurses/tty/lib_tstp.c
+./ncurses/tty/lib_twait.c
+./ncurses/tty/lib_vidattr.c
+./ncurses/tty/tty_display.h
+./ncurses/tty/tty_input.h
+./ncurses/tty/tty_update.c
+./panel/Makefile.in
+./panel/headers
+./panel/llib-lpanel
+./panel/modules
+./panel/p_above.c
+./panel/p_below.c
+./panel/p_bottom.c
+./panel/p_delete.c
+./panel/p_hidden.c
+./panel/p_hide.c
+./panel/p_move.c
+./panel/p_new.c
+./panel/p_replace.c
+./panel/p_show.c
+./panel/p_top.c
+./panel/p_update.c
+./panel/p_user.c
+./panel/p_win.c
+./panel/panel.c
+./panel/panel.h
+./panel/panel.priv.h
+./progs/MKtermsort.sh
+./progs/Makefile.in
+./progs/capconvert
+./progs/clear.c
+./progs/clear.sh
+./progs/dump_entry.c
+./progs/dump_entry.h
+./progs/infocmp.c
+./progs/modules
+./progs/progs.priv.h
+./progs/tic.c
+./progs/toe.c
+./progs/tput.c
+./progs/tset.c
+./shlib-versions
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/Makefile
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/configure
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/configure
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/edit_man.sed
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/edit_man.sh
+./sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/run_tic.sh
+./tack/COPYING
+./tack/HISTORY
+./tack/Makefile.in
+./tack/README
+./tack/ansi.c
+./tack/charset.c
+./tack/color.c
+./tack/control.c
+./tack/crum.c
+./tack/edit.c
+./tack/fun.c
+./tack/init.c
+./tack/menu.c
+./tack/modes.c
+./tack/modules
+./tack/output.c
+./tack/pad.c
+./tack/scan.c
+./tack/sync.c
+./tack/sysdep.c
+./tack/tack.1
+./tack/tack.c
+./tack/tack.h
+./tar-copy.sh
+./test/Makefile.in
+./test/README
+./test/blue.c
+./test/bs.6
+./test/bs.c
+./test/cardfile.c
+./test/cardfile.dat
+./test/configure.in
+./test/ditto.c
+./test/filter.c
+./test/firework.c
+./test/firstlast.c
+./test/gdc.6
+./test/gdc.c
+./test/hanoi.c
+./test/hashtest.c
+./test/keynames.c
+./test/knight.c
+./test/lrtest.c
+./test/modules
+./test/ncurses.c
+./test/ncurses_tst.hin
+./test/newdemo.c
+./test/rain.c
+./test/tclock.c
+./test/test.priv.h
+./test/testaddch.c
+./test/testcurs.c
+./test/testscanw.c
+./test/tracemunch
+./test/view.c
+./test/worm.c
+./test/xmas.c
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.glibc b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.glibc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..3af14ce2e629
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.glibc
@@ -0,0 +1,400 @@
+# Copyright (C) 1997,1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# This file is part of the GNU C Library.
+
+# The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+# modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License as
+# published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
+# License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+# The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
+# Library General Public License for more details.
+
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
+# License along with the GNU C Library; see the file COPYING.LIB. If not,
+# write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
+# Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
+
+#
+# Makefile for ncurses part.
+#
+subdir := ncurses
+
+ncurses-version = 4.2
+form-version = $(ncurses-version)
+menu-version = $(ncurses-version)
+panel-version = $(ncurses-version)
+
+extras := form menu ncurses panel
+
+extra-libs = $(extras:%=lib%)
+# These libraries will be built in the `others' pass rather than
+# the `lib' pass, because they depend on libc.so being built already.
+extra-libs-others = $(extra-libs)
+
+# The sources are found in the appropriate subdir.
+subdir-dirs = $(extras) progs test
+vpath %.c $(subdir-dirs)
+vpath %.h $(subdir-dirs)
+
+libform-routines = \
+ fld_arg \
+ fld_attr \
+ fld_current \
+ fld_def \
+ fld_dup \
+ fld_ftchoice \
+ fld_ftlink \
+ fld_info \
+ fld_just \
+ fld_link \
+ fld_max \
+ fld_move \
+ fld_newftyp \
+ fld_opts \
+ fld_pad \
+ fld_page \
+ fld_stat \
+ fld_type \
+ fld_user \
+ frm_cursor \
+ frm_data \
+ frm_def \
+ frm_driver \
+ frm_hook \
+ frm_opts \
+ frm_page \
+ frm_post \
+ frm_req_name \
+ frm_scale \
+ frm_sub \
+ frm_user \
+ frm_win \
+ fty_alnum \
+ fty_alpha \
+ fty_enum \
+ fty_int \
+ fty_ipv4 \
+ fty_num \
+ fty_regex
+
+libncurses-routines = \
+ base/define_key \
+ base/keybound \
+ base/keyok \
+ base/lib_addch \
+ base/lib_addstr \
+ base/lib_beep \
+ base/lib_bkgd \
+ base/lib_box \
+ base/lib_chgat \
+ base/lib_clear \
+ base/lib_clearok \
+ base/lib_clrbot \
+ base/lib_clreol \
+ base/lib_color \
+ base/lib_colorset \
+ base/lib_delch \
+ base/lib_delwin \
+ base/lib_dft_fgbg \
+ base/lib_echo \
+ base/lib_endwin \
+ base/lib_erase \
+ base/lib_flash \
+ base/lib_freeall \
+ base/lib_getch \
+ base/lib_getstr \
+ base/lib_hline \
+ base/lib_immedok \
+ base/lib_inchstr \
+ base/lib_initscr \
+ base/lib_insch \
+ base/lib_insdel \
+ base/lib_insstr \
+ base/lib_instr \
+ base/lib_isendwin \
+ base/lib_leaveok \
+ base/lib_mouse \
+ base/lib_move \
+ base/lib_mvwin \
+ base/lib_newterm \
+ base/lib_newwin \
+ base/lib_nl \
+ base/lib_overlay \
+ base/lib_pad \
+ base/lib_printw \
+ base/lib_redrawln \
+ base/lib_refresh \
+ base/lib_restart \
+ base/lib_scanw \
+ base/lib_screen \
+ base/lib_scroll \
+ base/lib_scrollok \
+ base/lib_scrreg \
+ base/lib_set_term \
+ base/lib_slk \
+ base/lib_slkatr_set \
+ base/lib_slkatrof \
+ base/lib_slkatron \
+ base/lib_slkatrset \
+ base/lib_slkattr \
+ base/lib_slkclear \
+ base/lib_slkcolor \
+ base/lib_slkinit \
+ base/lib_slklab \
+ base/lib_slkrefr \
+ base/lib_slkset \
+ base/lib_slktouch \
+ base/lib_touch \
+ base/lib_ungetch \
+ base/lib_vline \
+ base/lib_wattroff \
+ base/lib_wattron \
+ base/lib_winch \
+ base/lib_window \
+ base/memmove \
+ base/nc_panel \
+ base/resizeterm \
+ base/safe_sprintf \
+ base/sigaction \
+ base/tries \
+ base/vsscanf \
+ base/wresize \
+ codes \
+ comp_captab \
+ expanded \
+ fallback \
+ lib_gen \
+ lib_keyname \
+ names \
+ tinfo/access \
+ tinfo/add_tries \
+ tinfo/alloc_entry \
+ tinfo/alloc_ttype \
+ tinfo/captoinfo \
+ tinfo/comp_error \
+ tinfo/comp_expand \
+ tinfo/comp_hash \
+ tinfo/comp_parse \
+ tinfo/comp_scan \
+ tinfo/doalloc \
+ tinfo/free_ttype \
+ tinfo/getenv_num \
+ tinfo/home_terminfo \
+ tinfo/init_keytry \
+ tinfo/lib_acs \
+ tinfo/lib_baudrate \
+ tinfo/lib_cur_term \
+ tinfo/lib_data \
+ tinfo/lib_has_cap \
+ tinfo/lib_kernel \
+ tinfo/lib_longname \
+ tinfo/lib_napms \
+ tinfo/lib_options \
+ tinfo/lib_print \
+ tinfo/lib_raw \
+ tinfo/lib_setup \
+ tinfo/lib_termcap \
+ tinfo/lib_termname \
+ tinfo/lib_ti \
+ tinfo/lib_tparm \
+ tinfo/lib_tputs \
+ tinfo/lib_ttyflags \
+ tinfo/name_match \
+ tinfo/parse_entry \
+ tinfo/read_entry \
+ tinfo/read_termcap \
+ tinfo/setbuf \
+ tinfo/write_entry \
+ trace/lib_trace \
+ trace/lib_traceatr \
+ trace/lib_tracebits \
+ trace/lib_tracechr \
+ trace/lib_tracedmp \
+ trace/lib_tracemse \
+ trace/trace_buf \
+ trace/trace_tries \
+ trace/trace_xnames \
+ tty/hardscroll \
+ tty/hashmap \
+ tty/lib_mvcur \
+ tty/lib_tstp \
+ tty/lib_vidattr \
+ tty/lib_twait \
+ tty/tty_update \
+ unctrl
+
+libmenu-routines = \
+ m_attribs \
+ m_cursor \
+ m_driver \
+ m_format \
+ m_global \
+ m_hook \
+ m_item_cur \
+ m_item_nam \
+ m_item_new \
+ m_item_opt \
+ m_item_top \
+ m_item_use \
+ m_item_val \
+ m_item_vis \
+ m_items \
+ m_new \
+ m_opts \
+ m_pad \
+ m_pattern \
+ m_post \
+ m_req_name \
+ m_scale \
+ m_spacing \
+ m_sub \
+ m_userptr \
+ m_win
+
+libpanel-routines = \
+ panel \
+ p_above \
+ p_below \
+ p_bottom \
+ p_delete \
+ p_hide \
+ p_hidden \
+ p_move \
+ p_new \
+ p_replace \
+ p_show \
+ p_top \
+ p_update \
+ p_user \
+ p_win
+
+headers = curses.h eti.h form.h menu.h panel.h term.h termcap.h \
+ unctrl.h
+others = clear infocmp tic toe tput tset
+install-bin = $(others)
+
+clear-objs = clear.o
+infocmp-objs = infocmp.o dump_entry.o
+tic-objs = tic.o dump_entry.o
+toe-objs = toe.o dump_entry.o
+tput-objs = tput.o
+tset-objs = tset.o dump_entry.o
+extra-objs = $(tic-objs) $(toe-objs) $(infocmp-objs) $(clear-objs) \
+ $(tput-objs) $(tset-objs)
+
+test-srcs = blue bs cardfile ditto firework firstlast gdc hanoi hashtest knight \
+ lrtest ncurses newdemo rain tclock testaddch testcurs \
+ testscanw view worm xmas
+
+include ../Rules
+
+ifndef tabsetdir
+tabsetdir = $(datadir)/tabset
+endif
+ifndef inst_tabsetdir
+inst_tabsetdir = $(install_root)/$(tabsetdir)
+endif
+
+ifndef terminfodir
+terminfodir = $(datadir)/terminfo
+endif
+ifndef inst_terminfodir
+inst_terminfodir = $(install_root)/$(terminfodir)
+endif
+
+ifndef mandir
+mandir = $(prefix)/man
+endif
+
+ifndef inst_mandir
+inst_mandir = $(install_root)/$(mandir)
+endif
+
+CPPFLAGS += -DTERMINFO='"$(terminfodir)"' -Iinclude -Iform -Incurses \
+ -Imenu -Ipanel -Iprogs -Itest
+
+ifneq ($(strip $(objpfx)),)
+CPPFLAGS += -I$(objpfx)
+endif
+
+LDLIBS-tclock = math/libm
+
+tests: $(test-srcs:%=$(objpfx)%)
+
+$(objpfx)clear: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(clear-objs))
+$(objpfx)infocmp: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(infocmp-objs))
+$(objpfx)tic: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(tic-objs))
+$(objpfx)toe: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(toe-objs))
+$(objpfx)tput: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(tput-objs))
+$(objpfx)tset: $(addprefix $(objpfx),$(tset-objs))
+
+ifeq ($(build-shared),yes)
+$(others:%=$(objpfx)%): $(objpfx)libncurses.so
+else
+$(others:%=$(objpfx)%): $(objpfx)libncurses.a
+endif
+
+$(test-srcs:%=$(objpfx)%): $(objpfx)libform.a $(objpfx)libmenu.a \
+ $(objpfx)libpanel.a $(objpfx)libncurses.a
+
+# Depend on libc.so so a DT_NEEDED is generated in the shared objects.
+# This ensures they will load libc.so for needed symbols if loaded by
+# a statically-linked program that hasn't already loaded it.
+$(extras:%=$(objpfx)lib%.so): $(common-objpfx)libc.so
+
+subdir_install: $(inst_libdir)/libtermcap.a $(inst_libdir)/libcurses.a \
+ $(inst_bindir)/reset $(inst_bindir)/captoinfo
+
+$(inst_libdir)/libtermcap.a $(inst_libdir)/libcurses.a: \
+ $(inst_libdir)/libncurses.a
+ $(make-link)
+
+$(inst_bindir)/reset: $(inst_bindir)/tset
+ $(make-link)
+
+$(inst_bindir)/captoinfo: $(inst_bindir)/tic
+ $(make-link)
+
+ifeq (yes,$(build-shared))
+subdir_install: $(inst_libdir)/libtermcap.so $(inst_libdir)/libcurses.so
+
+$(inst_libdir)/libtermcap.so $(inst_libdir)/libcurses.so: \
+ $(inst_libdir)/libncurses.so
+ $(make-link)
+endif
+
+subdir_install: $(inst_mandir)/man5/terminfo.5
+
+$(inst_mandir)/man5/terminfo.5: $(objpfx)terminfo.5 $(wildcard man/*.[0-9]*)
+ $(make-target-directory)
+ sh $(edit_man-sh) $(prefix) $(inst_mandir) $(edit_man-sed) $^
+
+subdir_install: $(inst_tabsetdir)/std
+
+$(inst_tabsetdir)/std: \
+ $(filter-out misc/tabset/CVS, $(wildcard misc/tabset/*))
+ $(make-target-directory)
+ for f in $^; do \
+ echo installing $$f; \
+ $(INSTALL_DATA) $$f $(inst_tabsetdir); \
+ done
+
+
+ifeq (no,$(cross-compiling))
+subdir_install: $(inst_terminfodir)/v/vt100
+
+$(inst_terminfodir)/v/vt100: misc/terminfo.src $(objpfx)tic
+ $(make-target-directory)
+ sh $(run_tic-sh) $(common-objpfx) misc $(terminfodir) \
+ $(install_root)
+endif
+
+subdir_distclean subdir_realclean:
+ -rm -f $(addprefix $(objpfx), MKterm.h.awk codes.c \
+ comp_captab.c confdefs.h config.log curses.h \
+ expanded.c fallback.c hashsize.h keys.tries \
+ lib_gen.c lib_keyname.c names.c ncurses_cfg.h \
+ nomacros.h parametrized.h term.h termcap.h \
+ terminfo.5 termsort.c unctrl.c unctrl.h)
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.in b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..381ca9e7ed75
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,92 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.18 1998/08/22 23:45:00 tom Exp $
+##############################################################################
+# 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> 1996,1997
+#
+# Master Makefile for ncurses library.
+
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+
+INSTALL_PREFIX=@INSTALL_PREFIX@
+CF_MFLAGS = @cf_cv_makeflags@ INSTALL_PREFIX="$(INSTALL_PREFIX)"
+
+@SET_MAKE@
+
+NCURSES_MAJOR = @NCURSES_MAJOR@
+NCURSES_MINOR = @NCURSES_MINOR@
+NCURSES_PATCH = @NCURSES_PATCH@
+
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+
+bindir = @bindir@
+datadir = @datadir@
+includedir = @includedir@
+libdir = @libdir@
+mandir = @mandir@
+
+INSTALL = @INSTALL@
+INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
+
+DIRS_TO_MAKE = @DIRS_TO_MAKE@
+
+all :: $(DIRS_TO_MAKE)
+
+$(DIRS_TO_MAKE) :
+ mkdir $@
+
+preinstall :
+ @ echo ''
+ @ echo '** Configuration summary for NCURSES $(NCURSES_MAJOR).$(NCURSES_MINOR) $(NCURSES_PATCH):'
+ @ echo ''
+ @ echo ' bin directory: '$(bindir)
+ @ echo ' lib directory: '$(libdir)
+ @ echo ' include directory: '$(includedir)
+ @ echo ' man directory: '$(mandir)
+ @ echo ' terminfo directory: '$(datadir)/terminfo
+ @ echo ''
+ @ test "$(includedir)" = "$(prefix)/include" || \
+ echo '** Include-directory is not in a standard location'
+ @ test ! -f $(includedir)/termcap.h || \
+ fgrep NCURSES_VERSION $(includedir)/termcap.h >/dev/null || \
+ echo '** Will overwrite non-ncurses termcap.h'
+ @ test ! -f $(includedir)/curses.h || \
+ fgrep NCURSES_VERSION $(includedir)/curses.h >/dev/null || \
+ echo '** Will overwrite non-ncurses curses.h'
+
+# Put the common rules here so that we can easily construct the list of
+# directories to visit.
+all \
+clean \
+distclean \
+mostlyclean \
+realclean \
+sources \
+uninstall \
+install ::
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.os2 b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.os2
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..7a6f56dade13
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/Makefile.os2
@@ -0,0 +1,235 @@
+################################################################################
+# Wrapper Makefile for ncurses library under OS/2.
+################################################################################
+# $Id: Makefile.os2,v 1.8 1998/12/13 02:23:13 tom Exp $
+#
+# Author: Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll <worm@arrakis.es>.
+# Webpage: http://www.arrakis.es/~worm/
+################################################################################
+#
+# Notes (from I Zakharevich)
+# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+# I could build the library with the following sequence of commands:
+#
+# touch Makefile
+# make -f Makefile.os2 config
+# make -f Makefile.os2 CC=gcc HOSTCC=gcc
+# make -f Makefile.os2 CC=gcc HOSTCC=gcc
+#
+# Ignoring the following errors:
+# Invalid configuration `os2'...
+# ... ac_maketemp="make": not found
+# ... syntax error: `done' unexpected
+# No rule to make target `lib/ncurses4.dll'
+#
+# You may need to run
+#
+# rm make.defs
+# make -f Makefile.os2 make.defs
+#
+# if the build of misc/panel.def fails.
+#
+# If you do not have perl, the configuration will fail. Use autoconf to
+# generate the EMX-specific configure script (see README.emx), and run the
+# configure script to generate the makefiles. Then, run
+#
+# make -f Makefile.os2 make.dlls
+#
+# Notes (from J J G Ripoll)
+# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+# The `make.defs' rule creates the new '.def' files and outputs a diagnostic
+# about symbols that disappear from one release to the other, as well as
+# checks about the new '.def' consistency. If there were no problems, the
+# maintainer is free to replace the `.ref' files with the newer ones using the
+# `save.defs' rule. So, the only tough work is ensuring that the symbols that
+# disappear are not essential.
+#
+# I first thought about killing '_nc_*' symbols, but it seems that some of
+# them --_nc_panel_hook, _nc_ada*, etc-- are needed outside ncurses.dll.
+# However, the whole size of the export table will not be larger than 1k or
+# so.
+#
+# [installation]
+#
+# The way things are handled in misc/Makefile is not well suited for OS/2,
+# where only emx.src is needed. Thus, I've written a few wrapper rules in
+# Makefile.os2 that handle installation/deinstallation.
+#
+# [distribution]
+#
+# There's also a new rule that configures and builds a sort of binary
+# distribution, much like the one I prepared for 1.9.9e. It's `os2dist'.
+#
+################################################################################
+
+all :: config
+
+# This is for configuring
+
+# What is a useful value for this?
+CONFIG_OPTS = --enable-termcap
+WWWGET = lynx -source
+MV_F = mv -f
+DLL_LN_OPTS = -Zcrtdll -Zdll -Zomf -Zmt
+
+config: config.cache
+
+config.cache: configure.cmd configure
+ -$(MV_F) $@ $@.ref
+ configure.cmd $(CONFIG_OPTS)
+
+configure.cmd: configure convert_configure.pl
+ perl convert_configure.pl configure > $@
+
+convert_configure.pl:
+ $(WWWGET) ftp://ftp.math.ohio-state.edu/pub/users/ilya/os2/$@ > $@
+
+install ::
+ echo ***
+ echo *** Do not use this command. Use install.os2 instead.
+ echo ***
+ exit 2
+
+install.os2 : install.emxdata install.libs install.progs
+
+include ./Makefile
+
+all :: make.dlls
+
+#
+# DLLs and that stuff
+#
+
+LIBRARIES = ncurses form menu panel
+
+DLL_TAG = $(NCURSES_MAJOR)
+LIB_TAG = _s
+
+DLL_ROOTS = $(addsuffix $(DLL_TAG), $(LIBRARIES))
+DLLS = $(addsuffix .dll, $(addprefix ./lib/, $(DLL_ROOTS)))
+
+LIB_ROOTS = $(addsuffix $(LIB_TAG), $(LIBRARIES))
+LIBS = $(addsuffix .lib, $(addprefix ./lib/, $(LIB_ROOTS)))
+
+LIBS_AOUT = $(addsuffix .a, $(addprefix ./lib/, $(LIB_ROOTS)))
+
+DEFS = $(addsuffix .def, $(addprefix ./misc/, $(LIBRARIES)))
+
+DLL_SIGNATURE = NCurses-$(NCURSES_MAJOR)-$(NCURSES_MINOR)-$(NCURSES_PATCH)
+
+./lib/%$(LIB_TAG).lib : ./misc/%.def
+ emximp -o $@ $<
+
+./lib/%$(LIB_TAG).a : ./misc/%.def
+ emximp -o $@ $<
+
+./lib/%$(DLL_TAG).dll : ./lib/%.a
+ emxomf -o ./lib/$*$(DLL_TAG).lib $<
+ if [ "$*" = "ncurses" ]; then \
+ gcc $(LDFLAGS) $(DLL_LN_OPTS) ./lib/$*$(DLL_TAG).lib \
+ ./misc/$*.def -o $@; \
+ else \
+ gcc $(LDFLAGS) $(DLL_LN_OPTS) ./lib/$*$(DLL_TAG).lib \
+ ./lib/ncurses$(LIB_TAG).lib ./misc/$*.def -o $@; \
+ fi
+ -rm -f ./lib/$*$(DLL_TAG).lib
+
+make.dlls : $(DEFS) $(LIBS) $(DLLS) $(LIBS_AOUT)
+
+$(DEFS) : make.defs
+
+LIBDIR = $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(libdir)
+$(LIBDIR) :
+ mkdir -p $@
+
+install.libs :: $(LIBS) $(DLLS) $(LIBDIR)
+ @for i in $(DLL_ROOTS); do \
+ echo installing ./lib/$$i.dll as $(LIBDIR)/$$i.dll; \
+ $(INSTALL_DATA) ./lib/$$i.dll $(LIBDIR)/$$i.dll; done
+ @for i in $(LIB_ROOTS); do \
+ echo installing ./lib/$$i.lib as $(LIBDIR)/$$i.lib; \
+ $(INSTALL_DATA) ./lib/$$i.lib $(LIBDIR)/$$i.lib; done
+
+uninstall.libs ::
+ -@for i in $(DLL_ROOTS); do \
+ echo uninstalling $(LIBDIR)/$$i.dll; \
+ rm -f $(LIBDIR)/$$i.dll; done
+ -@for i in $(LIB_ROOTS); do \
+ echo uninstalling $(LIBDIR)/$$i.lib; \
+ rm -f $(LIBDIR)/$$i.lib; done
+
+make.defs :
+ for i in $(LIBRARIES); do \
+ echo LIBRARY $${i}$(DLL_TAG) INITINSTANCE TERMINSTANCE > ./misc/$$i.def; \
+ echo DESCRIPTION \"$(DLL_SIGNATURE), module $$i\" >> ./misc/$$i.def; \
+ echo CODE LOADONCALL >> ./misc/$$i.def; \
+ echo DATA LOADONCALL NONSHARED MULTIPLE >> ./misc/$$i.def; \
+ echo EXPORTS >> ./misc/$$i.def; \
+ echo Creating $$i.def; \
+ (cmd /C ".\\misc\\makedef.cmd ./lib/$$i.a ./misc/$$i.ref >> ./misc/$$i.def" \
+ && cmd /C ".\\misc\\chkdef.cmd ./misc/$$i.def") \
+ || exit 1; \
+ done
+ touch make.defs
+
+save.defs :
+ for i in $(LIBRARIES); do \
+ test -f ./misc/$$i.def && cp ./misc/$$i.def ./misc/$$i.ref; \
+ done
+
+clean \
+os2clean ::
+ -rm -f $(DLLS) $(LIBS)
+
+realclean ::
+ -rm -f $(addprefix ./misc/, $(addsuffix .def, $(LIBRARIES)))
+
+#
+# This is a simplified version of misc/Makefile
+#
+
+TICDIR = $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(datadir)/terminfo
+TABSETDIR = $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(datadir)/tabset
+
+$(TICDIR) :
+ mkdir -p $@
+
+install \
+install.emxdata :: $(TICDIR)
+ -@rm -fr $(TICDIR)/*
+ echo Building terminfo database, please wait...
+ set TERMINFO=$(TICDIR); ./progs/tic ./misc/emx.src
+ echo Installing the terminfo cleaner and the sources...
+ cp ./misc/emx.src ./misc/cleantic.cmd $(TICDIR)
+ ./misc/cleantic.cmd $(TICDIR)
+
+uninstall \
+uninstall.emxdata ::
+ -cd $(TICDIR) && rm -rf *
+ -cd $(TABSETDIR) && rm -rf *
+
+#
+# This is for preparing binary distributions
+#
+
+OS2NAME=ncurses-$(NCURSES_MAJOR).$(NCURSES_MINOR)-emx
+
+#
+# FIXME: this assumes that we can rerun the configure script, changing only
+# the install-prefix. That means we cannot provide "interesting" options
+# when building.
+#
+os2dist :
+ $(MAKE) -f Makefile.os2 os2clean
+ ./configure --without-debug --with-install-prefix=`pwd|sed -e 's@^.:@@'`/$(OS2NAME)
+ $(MAKE) -f Makefile.os2 $(CF_MFLAGS) install.os2
+ -rm -f $(OS2NAME).zip
+ echo NCurses-$(NCURSES_MAJOR).$(NCURSES_MINOR)-$(NCURSES_PATCH) for emx > $(OS2NAME)/FILE_ID.DIZ
+ echo Binary release. >> $(OS2NAME)/FILE_ID.DIZ
+ zip -r $(OS2NAME).zip ./$(OS2NAME)
+
+clean \
+os2clean ::
+ -rm -rf $(OS2NAME)
+ -rm -f $(OS2NAME).zip
+
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/NEWS b/contrib/ncurses/NEWS
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..98ac40c59784
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/NEWS
@@ -0,0 +1,3572 @@
+-- $Id: NEWS,v 1.474 1999/08/22 00:12:43 tom Exp $
+
+This is a log of changes that ncurses has gone through since Zeyd started
+working with Pavel Curtis' original work, pcurses, in 1992.
+
+Changes through 1.9.9e are recorded by Zeyd M. Ben-Halim.
+Changes since 1.9.9e are recorded by Thomas Dickey.
+
+990821 pre-release
+ + updated configure macros CF_MAKEFLAGS, CF_CHECK_ERRNO
+ + minor corrections to beterm terminfo entry.
+ + modify lib_setup.c to reject values of $TERM which have a '/' in them.
+ + add ifdef's to guard against CS5, CS6, CS7, CS8 being zero, as more
+ than one is on BeOS. That would break a switch statement.
+ + add configure macro CF_LINK_FUNCS to detect and work around BeOS's
+ nonfunctional link().
+ + improved configure macros CF_BOOL_DECL and CF_BOOL_SIZE to detect
+ BeOS's bool, which is declared as an unsigned char.
+
+990814 pre-release
+ + add ms-vt100 terminfo entry -TD
+ + minor fixes for misc/emx.src, based on testing with tack.
+ + minor fix for test/ncurses.c, test 'a', in case ncv is not set.
+
+990731 pre-release
+ + minor correction for 'screen' terminfo entry.
+ + clarify description of errret values for setupterm in manpage.
+ + modify tput to allow it to emit capabilities for hardcopy terminals
+ (patch by Goran Uddeborg <goeran@uddeborg.pp.se>).
+ + modify the 'o' (panel) test in ncurses.c to show the panels in color
+ or at least in bold, to test Juergen's change to wrefresh().
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + Fixes a problem using wbkgdset() with panels. It has actually
+ nothing to with panels but is a problem in the implementation of
+ wrefresh(). Whenever a window changes its background attribute to
+ something different than newscr's background attribute, the whole
+ window is touched to force a copy to newscr. This is an unwanted
+ side-effect of wrefresh() and it is actually not necessary. A changed
+ background attribute affects only further outputs of background it
+ doesn't mean anything to the current content of the window. So there
+ is no need to force a copy. (reported by Frank Heckenbach
+ <frank@g-n-u.de>).
+ + an upward compatible enhancement of the NCursesPad class in the C++
+ binding. It allows one to add a "viewport" window to a pad and then
+ to use panning to view the pad through the viewport window.
+
+990724 pre-release
+ + suppress a call to def_prog_mode() in the SIGTSTP handler if the
+ signal was received while not in curses mode, e.g., endwin() was
+ called in preparation for spawning a shell command (reported by Frank
+ Heckenbach <frank@g-n-u.de>)
+ + corrected/enhanced xterm-r5, xterm+sl, xterm+sl-twm terminfo entries.
+ + change test for xterm mouse capability: it now checks only if the
+ user's $DISPLAY variable is set in conjunction with the kmous
+ capability being present in the terminfo. Before, it checked if any
+ of "xterm", "rxvt" or "kterm" were substrings of the terminal name.
+ However, some emulators which are incompatible with xterm in other
+ ways do support the xterm mouse capability.
+ + reviewed and made minor changes in ncurses to quiet g++ warnings
+ about shadowed or uninitialized variables. g++ incorrectly warns
+ about uninitialized variables because it does not take into account
+ short-circuit expression evaluation.
+ + change ncurses 'b' test to start in color pair 0 and to show in the
+ right margin those attributes which are suppressed by no_color_video,
+ i.e., "(NCV)".
+ + modify ifdef's in curses.h so that __attribute__ is not redefined
+ when compiling with g++, but instead disabled the macros derived for
+ __attribute__ since g++ does not consistently recognize the same
+ keywords as gcc (reported by Stephan K Zitz <zitz@erf.net>).
+ + update dependencies for term.h in ncurses/modules (reported by
+ Ilya Zakharevich).
+
+990710 pre-release
+ + modify the form demo in ncurses.c to illustrate how to manipulate the
+ field appearance, e.g, for highlighting or translating the field
+ contents.
+ + correct logic in write_entry from split-out of home_terminfo in
+ 980919, which prevented update of $HOME/.terminfo (reported by Philip
+ Spencer <pspencer@fields.utoronto.ca>).
+
+990703 pre-release
+ + modify linux terminfo description to make use of kernel 2.2.x mods
+ that support cursor style, e.g., to implement cvvis (patch by Frank
+ Heckenbach <frank@g-n-u.de>)
+ + add special-case in setupterm to retain previously-saved terminal
+ settings in cur_term, which happens when curses and termcap calls are
+ mixed (from report by Bjorn Helgaas <helgaas@dhc.net>).
+ + suppress initialization of key-tries in _nc_keypad() if we are only
+ disabling keypad mode, e.g., in endwin() called when keypad() was not.
+ + modify the Ada95 makefile to ensure that always the Ada files from
+ the development tree are used for building and not the eventually
+ installed ones (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+990626 pre-release
+ + use TTY definition in tack/sysdep.c rather than struct termios
+ (reported by Philippe De Muyter).
+ + add a fallback for strstr, used in lib_mvcur.c and tack/edit.c,
+ not present on sysV68 (reported by Philippe De Muyter).
+ + correct definition in comp_hash.c to build with configure
+ --with-rcs-ids option.
+
+990619 pre-release
+ + modified ifdef's for sigaction and sigvec to ensure we do not try to
+ handle SIGTSTP if neither is available (from report by Philippe De
+ Muyter).
+ > patch by Philippe De Muyter:
+ + in tic.c, use `unlink' if `remove' is not available.
+ + use only `unsigned' as fallback value for `speed_t'. Some files used
+ `short' instead.
+
+990616 pre-release
+ + fix some compiler warnings in tack.
+ + add a check for predefined bool type in CC, based on report that
+ BeOS predefines a bool type.
+ + correct logic for infocmp -e option (i.e., the configure
+ --with-fallbacks option), which I'd not updated when implementing
+ extended names (cf: 990301). The new implementation adds a -E
+ option to infocmp.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + introduce the private type Curses_Bool in the Ada95 binding
+ implementation. This is to clearly represent the use of "bool" also
+ in the binding. It should have no effect on the generated code.
+ + improve the man page for field_buffer() to tell the people, that the
+ whole buffer including leading/trailing spaces is returned. This is
+ a common source of confusion, so it's better to document it clearly.
+
+990614 pre-release
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + use pragma PreElaborate in several places.
+ + change a few System.Address uses to more specific types.
+ + change interface version-number to 1.0
+ + regenerate Ada95 HTML files.
+
+990612 pre-release
+ + modify lib_endwin.c to avoid calling reset_shell_mode(), return ERR
+ if it appears that curses was never initialized, e.g., by initscr().
+ For instance, this guards against setting the terminal modes to
+ strange values if endwin() is called after setupterm(). In the same
+ context, Solaris curses will dump core.
+ + modify logic that avoids a conflict in lib_vidattr.c between sgr0 and
+ equivalent values in rmso or rmul by ensuring we do not modify the
+ data which would be returned by the terminfo or termcap interfaces
+ (reported by Brad Pepers <brad@linuxcanada.com>, cf: 960706).
+ + add a null-pointer check for SP in lib_vidattr.c to logic that checks
+ for magic cookies.
+ + improve fallback declaration of 'bool' when the --without-cxx option
+ is given, by using a 'char' on i386 and related hosts (from discussion
+ with Alexander Lukyanov).
+
+990605 pre-release
+ + include time.h in lib_napms.c if nanosleep is used (patch by
+ R Lindsay Todd <toddr@rpi.edu>).
+ + add an "#undef bool" to curses.h, in case someone tries to define it,
+ e.g., perl.
+ + add check to tparm to guard against divide by zero (reported by Aaron
+ Campbell <aaron@ug.cs.dal.ca>).
+
+990516 pre-release
+ + minor fix to build tack on CLIX (mismatched const).
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + change Juergen's old email address with new one in the files where it
+ is referenced. The Ada95 HTML pages are regenerated.
+ + update MANIFEST to list the tack files.
+
+990509 pre-release
+ + minor fixes to make 'tack' build/link on NeXT (reported by Francisco
+ A. Tomei Torres).
+
+990417 pre-release
+ + add 'tack' program (which is GPL'd), updating it to work with the
+ modified TERMTYPE struct and making a fix to support setaf/setab
+ capabilities. Note that the tack program is not part of the
+ ncurses libraries, but an application which can be distributed with
+ ncurses. The configure script will ignore the directory if it is
+ omitted, however.
+ + modify gpm mouse support so that buttons 2 and 3 are used for
+ select/paste only when shift key is pressed, making them available
+ for use by an application (patch by Klaus Weide).
+ + add complete list of function keys to scoansi terminfo entry - TD
+
+990410 pre-release
+ + add a simple test program cardfile.c to illustrate how to read form
+ fields, and showing forms within panels.
+ + change shared-library versioning for the Hurd to be like Linux rather
+ than *BSD (patch by Mark Kettenis <kettenis@wins.uva.nl>).
+ + add linux-lat terminfo entry.
+ + back-out _nc_access check in read_termcap.c (both incorrect and
+ unnecessary, except to guard against a small window where the file's
+ ownership may change).
+
+990403 pre-release
+ + remove conflicting _nc_free_termtype() function from test module
+ lib_freeall.c
+ + use _nc_access check in read_termcap.c for termpaths[] array (noted
+ by Jeremy Buhler, indicating that Alan Cox made a similar patch).
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + modify menu creation to not inherit status flag from the default menu
+ which says that the associated marker string has been allocated and
+ should be freed (bug reported by Marek Paliwoda" <paliwoda@kki.net.pl>)
+
+990327 pre-release (alpha.gnu.org:/gnu/ncurses-5.0-beta1.tar.gz)
+ + minor fixes to xterm-xfree86 terminfo entry - TD.
+ + split up an expression in configure script check for ldconfig to
+ workaround limitation of BSD/OS sh (reported by Jeff Haas
+ <jmh@mail.msen.com>).
+ + correct a typo in man/form_hook.3x (Todd Miller).
+
+990318 pre-release
+ + parenthesize and undef 'index' symbol in c++ binding and demo, to
+ accommodate its definition on NeXT (reported by Francisco A. Tomei
+ Torres).
+ + add sigismember() to base/sigaction.c compatibility to link on NeXT
+ (reported by Francisco A. Tomei Torres).
+ + further refinements to inequality in hashmap.c to cover a case with
+ ^U in nvi (patch by Alexander Lukyanov).
+
+990316 pre-release
+ + add fallback definition for getcwd, to link on NeXT.
+ + add a copy of cur_term to tic.c to make it link properly on NeXT
+ (reported by Francisco A. Tomei Torres).
+ + change inequality in hashmap.c which checks the distance traveled by
+ a chunk so that ^D command in nvi (scrolls 1/2 screen) will use
+ scrolling logic (patch by Alexander Lukyanov, reported by Jeffrey
+ Honig).
+
+990314 pre-release
+ + modify lib_color.c to handle a special case where the curscr
+ attributes have been made obsolete (patch by Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + update BSD/OS console terminfo entries to use klone+sgr and
+ klone+color (patch by Jeffrey Honig).
+ + update glibc addon configure script for extended capabilities.
+ + correct a couple of warnings in the --enable-const configuration.
+ + make comp_hash build properly with _nc_strdup(), on NeXT (reported by
+ Francisco A. Tomei Torres <francisco.tomei@cwix.com>).
+
+990313 pre-release
+ + correct typos in linux-c initc string - TD
+ + add 'crt' terminfo entry, update xterm-xfree86 entry - TD
+ + remove a spurious argument to tparm() in lib_sklrefr.c (patch by
+ Alexander Lukyanov).
+
+990307 pre-release
+ + back-out change to wgetch because it causes a problem with ^Z
+ handling in lynx (reported by Kim DeVaughn).
+
+990306 pre-release
+ + add -G option to tic and infocmp, to reverse the -g option.
+ + recode functions in name_match.c to avoid use of strncpy, which
+ caused a 4-fold slowdown in tic (cf: 980530).
+ + correct a few warnings about sign-extension in recent changes.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + fixes suggested by Jeff Bradbury <jibradbury@lucent.com>:
+ + improved parameter checking in new_fieldtype().
+ + fixed a typo in wgetch() timeout handling.
+ + allow slk_init() to be called per newterm call. The internal SLK
+ state is stored in the SCREEN struct after every newterm() and then
+ reset for the next newterm.
+ + fix the problem that a slk_refresh() refreshes stdscr if the
+ terminal has true SLKs.
+ + update HTML documentation for Ada binding.
+
+990301 pre-release
+ + remove 'bool' casts from definitions of TRUE/FALSE so that statements
+ such as "#if TRUE" work. This was originally done to allow for a C++
+ compiler which would warn of implicit conversions between enum and
+ int, but is not needed for g++ (reported by Kim DeVaughn).
+ + add use_extended_names() function to allow applications to suppress
+ read of the extended capabilities.
+ + add configure option --enable-tcap-names to support logic which
+ allows ncurses' tic to define new (i.e., extended) terminal
+ capabilities. This is activated by the tic -x switch. The infocmp
+ program automatically shows or compares extended capabilities.
+ Note: This changes the Strings and similar arrays in the TERMTYPE
+ struct so that applications which manipulate it must be recompiled.
+ + use macros typeMalloc, typeCalloc and typeRealloc consistently
+ throughout ncurses library.
+ + add _nc_strdup() to doalloc.c.
+ + modify define_key() to allow multiple strings to be bound to the
+ same keycode.
+ + correct logic error in _nc_remove_string, from 990220.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer, for Ada95 binding:
+ + regenerate some of the html documentation
+ + minor cleanup in terminal_interface-curses.adb
+
+990220 pre-release
+ + resolve ambiguity of kend/kll/kslt and khome/kfnd/kich1 strings in
+ xterm and ncsa terminfo entries by removing the unneeded ones. Note
+ that some entries will return kend & khome versus kslt and kfnd, for
+ PC-style keyboards versus strict vt220 compatiblity - TD
+ + add function keybound(), which returns the definition associated with
+ a given keycode.
+ + modify define_key() to undefine the given string when no keycode is
+ given.
+ + modify keyok() so it works properly if there is more than one string
+ defined for a keycode.
+ + add check to tic to warn about terminfo descriptions that contain
+ more than one key assigned to the same string. This is shown only if
+ the verbose (-v) option is given. Moved related logic (tic -v) from
+ comp_parse.c into the tic program.
+ + add/use _nc_trace_tries() to show the function keys that will be
+ recognized.
+ + rename init_acs to _nc_init_acs (request by Alexander Lukyanov).
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer, for Ada95 binding:
+ + remove all the *_adabind.c from ncurses, menu and form projects.
+ Those little helper routines have all been implemented in Ada and are
+ no longer required.
+ + The option handling routines in menu and form have been made more
+ save. They now make sure that the unused bits in options are always
+ zero.
+ + modify configuration scripts to
+ + use gnatmake as default compiler name. This is a safer choice than
+ gcc, because some GNAT implementations use other names for the
+ compilerdriver to avoid conflicts.
+ + use new default installation locations for the Ada files according
+ to the proposed GNU Ada filesystem standard (for Linux).
+ + simplify the Makefiles for the Ada binding
+ + rename ada_include directory to src.
+
+990213
+ + enable sigwinch handler by default.
+ + disable logic that allows setbuf to be turned off/on, because some
+ implementations will overrun the buffer after it has been disabled
+ once.
+
+990206
+ + suppress sc/rc capabilities from terminal description if they appear
+ in smcup/rmcup. This affects only scrolling optimization, to fix a
+ problem reported by several people with xterm's alternate screen,
+ though the problem is more general.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer, for Ada95 binding:
+ + removed all pragma Preelaborate() stuff, because the just released
+ gnat-3.11p complains on some constructs.
+ + fixed some upper/lower case notations because gnat-3.11p found
+ inconsistent use.
+ + used a new method to generate the HTML documentation of the Ada95
+ binding. This invalidates nearly the whole ./Ada95/html subtree.
+ Nearly all current files in this subtree are removed
+
+990130
+ + cache last result from _nc_baudrate, for performance (suggested by
+ Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + modify ClrUpdate() function to workaround a problem in nvi, which
+ uses redrawwin in SIGTSTP handling. Jeffrey Honig reported that
+ ncurses repainted the screen with nulls before resuming normal
+ operation (patch by Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + generalize is_xterm() function a little by letting xterm/rxvt/kterm
+ be any substring rather than the prefix.
+ + modify lib_data.c to initialize SP. Some linkers, e.g., IBM's, will
+ not link a module if the only symbols exported from the module are
+ uninitialized ones (patch by Ilya Zakharevich, who says that he has
+ seen messages claiming this behaviour conforms to the standard.)
+ + move call on _nc_signal_handler past _nc_initscr, to avoid a small
+ window where Nttyb hasn't yet been filled (reported by Klaus Weide).
+ + modify lib_tstp.c to block SIGTTOU when handling SIGTSTP, fixes a
+ problem where ncurses applications which were run via a shell script
+ would hang when given a ^Z. Also, check if the terminal's process
+ group is consistent, i.e., a shell has not taken ownership of it,
+ before deciding to save the current terminal settings in the SIGTSTP
+ handler (patch by Klaus Weide).
+ + correct spelling of ACS_ names in curs_border.3x (reported by Bob van
+ der Poel <bvdpoel@kootenay.com>).
+ + correct a couple of typos in the macros supporting the configure
+ --with-shlib-version option.
+
+990123
+ + modify fty_regex.c to compile on HAVE_REGEXPR_H_FUNCS machine (patch
+ by Kimio Ishii <ishii@csl.sony.co.jp>).
+ + rename BSDI console terminfo entries: bsdos to bsdos-pc-nobold, and
+ bsdos-bold to bsdos-pc (patch by Jeffrey C Honig).
+ + modify tput to accept termcap names as an alternative to terminfo
+ names (patch by Jeffrey C Honig).
+ + correct a typo in term.7 (Todd Miller).
+ + add configure --with-shlib-version option to allow installing shared
+ libraries named according to release or ABI versions. This
+ parameterizes some existing logic in the configure script, and is
+ intended for compatiblity upgrades on Digital Unix, which used
+ versioned libraries in ncurses 4.2, but no longer does (cf: 980425).
+ + resync configure script against autoconf 2.13 + patches
+ + minor improvements for teraterm terminfo entry based on the program's
+ source distribution.
+
+990116
+ + change default for configure --enable-big-core to assume machines do
+ have enough memory to resolve terminfo.src in-memory.
+ + correct name of ncurses library in TEST_ARGS when configuring with
+ debug library.
+ + minor fixes to compile ncurses library with broken-linker with g++.
+ + add --enable-broken-linker configure option, default to environment
+ variable $BROKEN_LINKER (request by Jeffrey C Honig).
+ + change key_names[] array to static since it is not part of the curses
+ interface (reported by Jeffrey C Honig <jch@bsdi.com>).
+
+990110
+ + add Tera Term terminfo entry - TD
+
+990109
+ + reviewed/corrected macros in curses.h as per XSI document.
+ + provide support for termcap PC variable by copying it from terminfo
+ data and using it as the padding character in tputs (reported by
+ Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + corrected iris-ansi and iris-ansi-ap terminfo entries for kent and
+ kf9-kf12 capabilities, as well as adding kcbt.
+ + document the mouse handling mechanism in menu_driver and make a small
+ change in menu_driver's return codes to provide more consistency
+ (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + add fallback definition for NCURSES_CONST to termcap.h.in (reported
+ by Uchiyama Yasushi <uch@nop.or.jp>).
+ + move lib_restart.c to ncurses/base, since it uses curses functions
+ directly, and therefore cannot be used in libtinfo.so
+ + rename micro_char_size to micro_col_size, adding #define to retain
+ old name.
+ + add set_a_attributes and set_pglen_inch to terminfo structure, as per
+ XSI and Solaris 2.5.
+ + minor makefile files to build ncurses test_progs
+ + update html files in misc directory to reflect changes since 4.2
+
+990102
+ + disable scroll hints when hashmap is enabled (patch by Alexander
+ Lukyanov).
+ + move logic for tic's verify of -e option versus -I and -C so that the
+ terminfo data is not processed if we cannot handle -e (reported by
+ Steven Schwartz <steves@unitrends.com>.
+ + add test-driver traces to terminfo and termcap functions.
+ + provide support for termcap ospeed variable by copying it from the
+ internal cur_term member, and using ospeed as the baudrate reference
+ for the delay_output and tputs functions. If an application does not
+ set ospeed, the library behaves as before, except that _nc_timed_wait
+ is no longer used, or needed, since ospeed always has a value. But
+ the application can modify ospeed to adjust the output of padding
+ characters (from a bug report for screen 3.7.6 and email from Michael
+ Schroeder <Michael.Schroeder@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>).
+ + removed some unused ifdef's as part of Alexander's restructuring.
+ + reviewed/updated curses.h, term.h against X/Open Curses Issue 4
+ Version 2. This includes making some parameters NCURSES_CONST
+ rather than const, e.g., in termcap.h.
+ + change linux terminfo entry to use ncv#2, since underline does not
+ work with color
+
+981226
+ + miscellaneous corrections for curses.h to match XSI.
+ + change --enable-no-padding configure option to be normally enabled.
+ + add section to ncurses manpage for environment variables.
+ + investigated Debian bug report that pertains to screen 3.7.4/3.7.6
+ changes, found no sign of problems on Linux (or on SunOS, Solaris)
+ running screen built with ncurses.
+ + check if tmp_fp is opened in tic.c before closing it (patch by Pavel
+ Roskin <pavel_roskin@geocities.com>).
+ + correct several font specification typos in man-pages.
+
+981220
+ + correct default value for BUILD_CC (reported by Larry Virden).
+
+981219
+ + modify _nc_set_writedir() to set a flag in _nc_tic_dir() to prevent
+ it from changing the terminfo directory after chdir'ing to it.
+ Otherwise, a relative path in $TERMINFO would confuse tic (from a
+ Debian bug report).
+ + correct/update ncsa terminfo entry (report by Larry Virden).
+ + update xterm-xfree86 terminfo to current (patch 90), smcur/rmcur changes
+ + add Mathew Vernon's mach console entries to terminfo.src
+ + more changes, moving functions, as part of Alexander's restructuring.
+ + modify configure script for GNU/Hurd share-library support, introduce
+ BUILD_CC variable for cross compiling (patch by Uchiyama Yasushi
+ <uch@nop.or.jp>)
+
+981212
+ + add environment variable NCURSES_NO_SETBUF to allow disabling the
+ setbuf feature, for testing purposes.
+ + correct ifdef's for termcap.h versus term.h that suppress redundant
+ declarations of prototypes (reported by H.J.Lu).
+ + modify Makefile.os2 to add linker flags which allow multiple copies
+ of an application to coexist (reported by Ilya Zakharevich).
+ + update Makefile.glibc and associated configure script so that ncurses
+ builds as a glibc add-on with the new directory configuration
+ (reported by H.J.Lu).
+
+981205
+ + modify gen_reps() function in gen.c to work properly on SunOS
+ (sparc), which is a left-to-right architecture.
+ + modify relative_move and tputs to avoid an interaction with the
+ BSD-style padding. The relative_move function could produce a string
+ to replace on the screen which began with a numeric character, which
+ was then interpreted by tputs as padding. Now relative_move will not
+ generate a string with a leading digit in that case (overwrite).
+ Also, tputs will only interpret padding if the string begins with a
+ digit; as coded it permitted a string to begin with a decimal point
+ or asterisk (reported by Larry Virden).
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + fix a typo in m_driver.c mouse handling and improves the error
+ handling.
+ + fix broken mouse handling in the Ada95 binding
+ + make the Ada95 sample application menus work with the new menu mouse
+ support
+ + improve the mouse handling introduced by Ilya; it now handles menus
+ with spacing.
+ + repair a minor bug in the menu_driver code discovered during this
+ rework.
+ + add new function wmouse_trafo() to hide implementation details of
+ _yoffset member of WINDOW struct needed for mouse coordinate
+ transformation.
+
+981128
+ + modify Ada95/gen/gen.c to avoid using return-value of sprintf, since
+ some older implementations (e.g., SunOS 4.x) return the buffer
+ address rather than its length.
+ > patch by Rick Ohnemus:
+ + modify demo.cc to get it to compile with newer versions of egcs.
+ + trim a space that appears at the end of the table preprocessor lines
+ ('\" t). This space prevents some versions of man from displaying
+ the pages - changed to remove all trailing whitespace (TD)
+ + finally, 'make clean' does not remove panel objects.
+ > patches by Ilya Zakharevich:
+ + allow remapping of OS/2 mouse buttons using environment variable
+ MOUSE_BUTTONS_123 with the default value 132.
+ + add mouse support to ncurses menus.
+
+981121
+ + modify misc/makedef.cmd to report old-style .def file symbols, and to
+ generate the .def files sorted by increasing names rather than the
+ reverse.
+ + add misc/*.ref which are J.J.G.Ripoll's dll definition files (renamed
+ from misc/*.old), and updated based on the entrypoint coding he used
+ for an older version of ncurses.
+ + add README.emx, to document how to build on OS/2 EMX.
+ + updates for config.guess, config.sub from Lynx
+ > patches by Ilya Zakharevich:
+ + minor fixes for mouse handling mode:
+ a) Do not initialize mouse if the request is to have no mouse;
+ b) Allow switching of OS/2 VIO mouse on and off.
+ + modify Makefile.os2 to support alternative means of generating
+ configure script, by translating Unix script with Perl.
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + Updates MANIFEST to reflect changes in source structure
+ + Eliminates a problem introduced with my last patch for the C++
+ binding in the panels code. It removes the update() call done in the
+ panel destructor.
+ + Changes in the Ada95 binding to better support systems where
+ sizeof(chtype)!=sizeof(int) (e.g. DEC Alpha).
+
+981114
+ + modify install-script for manpages to skip over .orig and .rej files
+ (request by Larry Virden).
+ > patches/discussion by Alexander Lukyanov:
+ + move base-library sources into ncurses/base and tty (serial terminal)
+ sources into ncurses/tty, as part of Alexander Lukyanov's proposed
+ changes to ncurses library.
+ + copy _tracemouse() into ncurses.c so that lib_tracemse.c need not
+ be linked into the normal ncurses library.
+ + move macro winch to a function, to hide details of struct ldat
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + fix a potential compile problem in cursesw.cc
+ + some Ada95 cosmetics
+ + fix a gen.c problem when compiling on 64-Bit machines
+ + fix Ada95/gen/Makefile.in "-L" linker switch
+ + modify Ada95 makefiles to use the INSTALL_PREFIX setting.
+
+981107
+ + ifdef'd out lib_freeall.c when not configured.
+ + rename _tracebits() to _nc_tracebits().
+ + move terminfo-library sources into ncurses/tinfo, and trace-support
+ functions into ncurses/trace as part of Alexander Lukyanov's proposed
+ changes to ncurses library.
+ + modify generated term.h to always specify its own definitions for
+ HAVE_TERMIOS_H, etc., to guard against inclusion by programs with
+ broken configure scripts.
+
+981031
+ + modify terminfo parsing to accept octal and hexadecimal constants,
+ like Solaris.
+ + remove an autoconf 2.10 artifact from the configure script's check
+ for "-g" compiler options. (Though harmless, this confused someone
+ at Debian, who recently issued a patch that results in the opposite
+ effect).
+ + add configure option --with-ada-compiler to accommodate installations
+ that do not use gcc as the driver for GNAT (patch by Juergen
+ Pfeifer).
+
+981017
+ + ensure ./man exists in configure script, needed when configuring
+ with --srcdir option.
+ + modify infocmp "-r" option to remove limit on formatted termcap
+ output, which makes it more like Solaris' version.
+ + modify captoinfo to treat no-argument case more like Solaris' version,
+ which uses the contents of $TERMCAP as the entry to format.
+ + modify mk-2nd.awk to handle subdirectories, e.g., ncurses/tty
+ (patch by Alexander V Lukyanov).
+
+981010
+ + modify --with-terminfo-dirs option so that the default value is the
+ ${datadir} value, unless $TERMINFO_DIRS is already set. This gets
+ rid of a hardcoded list of candidate directories in the configure
+ script.
+ + add some error-checking to _nc_read_file_entry() to ensure that
+ strings are properly terminated (Todd Miller).
+ + rename manpage file curs_scr_dmp.3x to curs_scr_dump.3x, to
+ correspond with contents (reported by Neil Zanella
+ <nzanella@cs.mun.ca>).
+ + remove redundant configure check for C++ which did not work when $CXX
+ was specified with a full pathname (reported by Andreas Jaeger).
+ + corrected bcopy/memmove check; the macro was not standalone.
+
+981003
+ + remove unnecessary portion of OS/2 EMX mouse change from
+ check_pending() (reported by Alexander V Lukyanov).
+
+980926
+ + implement mouse support for OS/2 EMX (adapted from patch against
+ 4.2(?) by Ilya Zakharevich).
+ + add configure-check for bcopy/memmove, for 980919 changes to hashmap.
+ + merge Data General terminfo from Hasufin <hasufin@vidnet.net> - TD
+ + merge AIX 3.2.5 terminfo descriptions for IBM terminals, replaces
+ some older entries - TD
+ + modify tic to compile into %'char' form in preference to %{number},
+ since that is a little more efficient.
+ + minor correction to infocmp to avoid displaying "difference" between
+ two capabilities that are rendered in equivalent forms.
+ + add -g option to tic/infocmp to force character constants to be
+ displayed in quoted form. Otherwise their decimal values are shown.
+ + modify setupterm so that cancelled strings are treated the same as
+ absent strings, cancelled and absent booleans false (does not affect
+ tic, infocmp).
+ + modify tic, infocmp to discard redundant i3, r3 strings when output
+ to termcap format.
+ > patch by Alexander V Lukyanov:
+ + improve performance of tparm, now it takes 19% instead of 25% when
+ profiling worm.
+ + rename maxlen/minlen to prec/width for better readability.
+ + use format string for printing strings.
+ + use len argument correctly in save_text, and pass it to save_number.
+
+980919
+ + make test_progs compile (but hashmap does not function).
+ + correct NC_BUFFERED macro, used in lib_mvcur test-driver, modify
+ associated logic to avoid freeing the SP->_setbuf data.
+ + add modules home_terminfo and getenv_num to libtinfo.
+ + move write_entry to libtinfo, to work with termcap caching.
+ + minor fixes to blue.c to build with atac.
+ + remove softscroll.c module; no longer needed for testing.
+ > patches by Todd C Miller:
+ + use strtol(3) instead of atoi(3) when parsing env variables so we can
+ detect a bogus (non-numeric) value.
+ + check for terminal names > MAX_NAME_SIZE in a few more places when
+ dealing with env variables again.
+ + fix a MAX_NAME_SIZE that should be MAX_NAME_SIZE+1
+ + use sizeof instead of strlen(3) on PRIVATE_INFO since it is a fixed
+ string #define (compile time vs runtime).
+ + when setting errno to ENOMEM, set it right before the return, not
+ before code that could, possibly, set errno to a different value.
+ > patches by Alexander V Lukyanov:
+ + use default background in update_cost_from_blank()
+ + disable scroll-hints when hashmap is configured.
+ + improve integration of hashmap scrolling code, by adding oldhash and
+ newhash data to SP struct.
+ + invoke del_curterm from delscreen.
+ + modify del_curterm to set cur_term to null if it matches the function's
+ parameter which is deleted.
+ + modify lib_doupdate to prefer parm_ich to the enter_insert_mode and
+ exit_insert_mode combination, adjusting InsCharCost to check
+ enter_insert_mode, exit_insert_mode and insert_padding. Add
+ insert_padding in insert mode after each char. This adds new costs
+ to the SP struct.
+
+980912
+ + modify test-driver in lib_mvcur.s to use _nc_setbuffer, for consistent
+ treatment.
+ + modify ncurses to restore output to unbuffered on endwin, and resume
+ buffering in refresh (see lib_set_term.c and NC_BUFFERED macro).
+ + corrected HTML version numbers (according to the W3C validator, they
+ never were HTML 2.0-compliant, but are acceptable 3.0).
+
+980905
+ + modify MKterminfo.sh to generate terminfo.5 with tables sorted by
+ capability name, as in SVr4.
+ + modified term.h, termcap.h headers to avoid redundant declarations.
+ + change 'u_int' type in tset.c to unsigned, making this compile on
+ Sequent PRX 4.1 (reported by Michael Sterrett <msterret@coat.com>).
+
+980829
+ + corrections to mailing addresses, and moving the magic line that
+ causes the man program to invoke tbl to the first line of each
+ manpage (patch by Rick Ohnemus <rick@ecompcon.com>).
+ + add Makefile.os2 and supporting scripts to generate dll's on OS/2 EMX
+ (from J.J.G.Ripoll, with further integration by TD).
+ + correct a typo in icl6404 terminfo entry.
+ + add xtermm and xtermc terminfo entries.
+ > from esr's terminfo version:
+ + Added Francesco Potorti's tuned Wyse 99 entries.
+ + dtterm enacs correction from Alexander V Lukyanov.
+ + Add ncsa-ns, ncsa-m-ns and ncsa-m entries from esr version.
+
+980822
+ + document AT&T acs characters in terminfo.5 manpage.
+ + use EMX _scrsize() function if terminfo and environment do not
+ declare the screen size (reported by Ilya Zakharevich
+ <ilya@math.ohio-state.edu>).
+ + remove spurious '\' characters from eterm and osborne terminfo
+ entries (prompted by an old Debian bug report).
+ + correct reversed malloc/realloc calls in _nc_doalloc (reported by
+ Hans-Joachim Widmaier <hjwidmai@foxboro.com>).
+ + correct misplaced parenthesis which caused file-descriptor from
+ opening termcap to be lost, from 980725 changes (reported by Andreas
+ Jaeger).
+
+980815
+ + modify lib_setup.c to eliminate unneeded include of <sys/ioctl.h> when
+ termios is not used (patch by Todd C Miller).
+ + add function _nc_doalloc, to ensure that failed realloc calls do not
+ leak memory (reported by Todd C Miller).
+ + improved ncsa-telnet terminfo entry.
+
+980809
+ + correct missing braces around a trace statement in read_entry.c,
+ from 980808 (reported by Kim DeVaughn <kimdv@best.com> and Liviu
+ Daia).
+
+980808
+ + fix missing include <errno.h> in ditto.c (reported by Bernhard
+ Rosenkraenzer <bero@k5.sucks.eu.org>)
+ + add NCSA telnet terminfo entries from Francesco Potorti
+ <F.Potorti@cnuce.cnr.it>, from Debian bug reports.
+ + make handling of $LINES and $COLUMNS variables more compatible with
+ Solaris by allowing them to individually override the window size
+ as obtained via ioctl.
+
+980801
+ + modify lib_vidattr.c to allow for terminal types (e.g., xterm-color)
+ which may reset all attributes in the 'op' capability, so that colors
+ are set before turning on bold and other attributes, but still after
+ turning attributes off.
+ + add 'ditto.c' to test directory to illustrate use of newterm for
+ initializing multiple screens.
+ + modify _nc_write_entry() to recover from failed attempt to link alias
+ for a terminfo on a filesystem which does not preserve character case
+ (reported by Peter L Jordan <PJordan@chla.usc.edu>).
+
+980725
+ + updated versions of config.guess and config.sub based on automake 1.3
+ + change name-comparisons in lib_termcap to compare no more than 2
+ characters (gleaned from Debian distribution of 1.9.9g-8.8, verified
+ with Solaris curses).
+ + fix typo in curs_insstr.3x (patch by Todd C Miller)
+ + use 'access()' to check if ncurses library should be permitted to
+ open or modify files with fopen/open/link/unlink/remove calls, in
+ case the calling application is running in setuid mode (request by
+ Cristian Gafton <gafton@redhat.com>, responding to Duncan Simpson
+ <dps@io.stargate.co.uk>).
+ + arm100 terminfo entries from Dave Millen <dmill@globalnet.co.uk>).
+ + qnxt2 and minitel terminfo entries from esr's version.
+
+980718
+ + use -R option with ldconfig on FreeBSD because otherwise it resets
+ the search path to /usr/lib (reported by Dan Nelson).
+ + add -soname option when building shared libraries on OpenBSD 2.x
+ (request by QingLong).
+ + add configure options --with-manpage-format and --with-manpage-renames
+ (request by QingLong).
+ + correct conversion of CANCELLED_NUMERIC in write_object(), which was
+ omitting the high-order byte, producing a 254 in the compiled
+ terminfo.
+ + modify return-values of tgetflag, tgetnum, tgetstr, tigetflag,
+ tigetnum and tigetstr to be compatible with Solaris (gleaned from
+ Debian distribution of 1.9.9g-8.8).
+ + modify _nc_syserr_abort to abort only when compiled for debugging,
+ otherwise simply exit with an error.
+
+980711
+ + modify Ada95 'gen' program to use appropriate library suffix (e.g.,
+ "_g" for a debug build).
+ + update Ada95 'make clean' rule to include generics .ali files
+ + add a configure test to ensure that if GNAT is found, that it can
+ compile/link working Ada95 program.
+ + flush output in beep and flash functions, fixing a problem with
+ getstr (patch by Alexander V Lukyanov)
+ + fix egcs 1.0.2 warning for etip.h (patch by Chris Johns).
+ + correct ifdef/brace nesting in lib_sprintf.c (patch by Bernhard
+ Rosenkraenzer <bero@Pool.Informatik.RWTH-Aachen.DE>).
+ + correct typo in wattr_get macro from 980509 fixes (patch by Dan
+ Nelson).
+
+980704
+ + merge changes from current XFree86 xterm terminfo descriptions.
+ + add configure option '--without-ada'.
+ + add a smart-default for termcap 'ac' to terminfo 'acs_chars' which
+ corresponds to vt100.
+ + change translation for termcap 'rs' to terminfo 'rs2', which is
+ the documented equivalent, rather than 'rs1'.
+
+980627
+ + slow 'worm' down a little, for very fast machines.
+ + corrected firstchar/lastchar computation in lib_hline.c
+ + simplify some expressions with CHANGED_CELL, CHANGED_RANGE and
+ CHANGED_TO_EOL macros.
+ + modify init_pair so that if a color-pair is reinitialized, we will
+ repaint the areas of the screen whose color changes, like SVr4 curses
+ (reported by Christian Maurer <maurer@inf.fu-berlin.de>).
+ + modify getsyx/setsyx macros to comply with SVr4 man-page which
+ says that leaveok() affects their behavior (report by Darryl Miles,
+ patch by Alexander V Lukyanov).
+
+980620
+ + review terminfo.5 against Solaris 2.6 curses version, corrected
+ several minor errors/omissions.
+ + implement tparm %l format.
+ + implement tparm printf-style width and precision for %s, %d, %x, %o
+ as per XSI.
+ + implement tparm dynamic variables (reported by Xiaodan Tang).
+
+980613
+ + update man-page for for wattr_set, wattr_get (cf: 980509)
+ + correct limits in hashtest, which would cause nonprinting characters
+ to be written to large screens.
+ + correct configure script, when --without-cxx was specified: the
+ wrong variable was used for cf_cv_type_of_bool. Compilers up to gcc
+ 2.8 tolerated the missing 'int'.
+ + remove the hardcoded name "gcc" for the GNU Ada compiler. The
+ compiler's name might be something like "egcs" (patch by Juergen
+ Pfeifer).
+ + correct curs_addch.3x, which implied that echochar could directly
+ display control characters (patch by Alexander V Lukyanov).
+ + fix typos in ncurses-intro.html (patch by Sidik Isani
+ <isani@cfht.hawaii.edu>)
+
+980606
+ + add configure test for conflicting use of exception in math.h and
+ other headers.
+ + minor optimization to 'hash()' function in hashmap.c, reduces its
+ time by 10%.
+ + correct form of LD_SHARED_OPTS for HP-UX 10.x (patch by Tim Mooney).
+ + fix missing quotes for 'print' in MKunctrl.awk script (reported by
+ Mihai Budiu <mihaib@gs41.sp.cs.cmu.edu>).
+ > patch by Alexander V Lukyanov:
+ + correct problem on Solaris (with poll() function) where getch could
+ hang indefinitely even if timeout(x) was called. This turned out to
+ be because milliseconds was not updated before 'goto retry' in
+ _nc_timed_wait.
+ + simplified the function _nc_timed_wait and fixed another bug, which
+ was the assumption of !GOOD_SELECT && HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY in *timeleft
+ assignment.
+ + removed the cycle on EINTR, as it seems to be useless.
+
+980530
+ + add makefile-rule for test/keynames
+ + modify run_tic.sh and shlib to ensure that user's .profile does not
+ override the $PATH used to run tic (patch by Tim Mooney).
+ + restore LD_SHARED_OPTS to $(LD_SHARED_FLAGS) when linking programs,
+ needed for HP-UX shared-library path (recommended by Tim Mooney).
+ + remove special case of HP-UX -L options, use +b options to embed
+ $(libdir) in the shared libraries (recommended by Tim Mooney).
+ + add checks for some possible buffer overflows and unchecked
+ malloc/realloc/calloc/strdup return values (patch by Todd C Miller
+ <Todd.Miller@courtesan.com>)
+
+980523
+ + correct maxx/maxy expression for num_columns/num_lines in derwin
+ (patch by Alexander V Lukyanov).
+ + add /usr/share/lib/terminfo and /usr/lib/terminfo as compatibilty
+ fallbacks to _nc_read_entry(), along with --with-terminfo-dirs
+ configure option (suggested by Mike Hopkirk).
+ + modify config.guess to recognize Unixware 2.1 and 7 (patch by Mike
+ Hopkirk <hops@sco.com>).
+ + suppress definition of CC_SHARED_OPTS in LDFLAGS_SHARED in c++
+ Makefile.in, since this conflicts when g++ is used with HP-UX
+ compiler (reported by Tim Mooney).
+ + parenthesize 'strcpy' calls in c++ binding to workaround redefinition
+ in some C++ implementations (reported by several people running
+ egcs with glibc 2.0.93, analysis by Andreas Jaeger.
+
+980516
+ + modify write_entry.c so that it will not attempt to link aliases
+ with embedded '/', but give only a warning.
+ + put -L$(libdir) first when linking programs, except for HP-UX.
+ + modify comp_scan.c to handle SVr4 terminfo description for att477,
+ which contains a colon in the description field.
+ + modify configure script to support SCO osr5.0.5 shared libraries
+ (from comp.unix.sco.programmer newsgroup item by Mike Hopkirk
+ <hops@sco.com>).
+ + eliminate extra GoTo call in lib_doupdate.c (patch by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + minor adjustments of const/NCURSES_CONST from IRIX compile.
+ + add updates based on esr's 980509 version of terminfo.src.
+
+980509
+ + correct macros for wattr_set, wattr_get, separate wattrset macro from
+ these to preserve behavior that allows attributes to be combined with
+ color pair numbers.
+ + add configure option --enable-no-padding, to allow environment
+ variable $NCURSES_NO_PADDING to eliminate non-mandatory padding,
+ thereby making terminal emulators (e.g., for vt100) a little more
+ efficient (request by Daniel Eisenbud <eisenbud@cs.swarthmore.edu>).
+ + modify configure script to embed ABI in shared libraries for HP-UX
+ 10.x (detailed request by Tim Mooney).
+ + add test/example of the 'filter()' function.
+ + add nxterm and xterm-color terminfo description (request by Cristian
+ Gafton <gafton@redhat.com>).
+ + modify rxvt terminfo description to clear alternate screen before
+ switching back to normal screen, for compatibility with applications
+ which use xterm (reported by Manoj Kasichainula <manojk@io.com>).
+ + modify linux terminfo description to reset color palette (reported
+ by Telford Tendys <telford@eng.uts.edu.au>).
+ + correction to doupdate, for case where terminal does not support
+ insert/delete character. The logic did not check that there was a
+ difference in alignment of changes to old/new screens before
+ repainting the whole non-blank portion of the line. Modified to fall
+ through into logic that reduces by the portion which does not differ
+ (reported by Daniel Eisenbud <eisenbud@cs.swarthmore.edu>).
+ + minor performance improvement to wnoutrefresh by moving some
+ comparisons out of inner loop.
+
+980425
+ + modify configure script to substitute NCURSES_CONST in curses.h
+ + updated terminfo entries for xterm-xf86-v40, xterm-16color,
+ xterm-8bit to correspond to XFree86 3.9Ag.
+ + remove restriction that forces ncurses to use setaf/setab if the
+ number of colors is greater than 8. (see 970524 for xterm-16color).
+ + change order of -L options (so that $(libdir) is searched first) when
+ linking tic and other programs, to workaround HP's linker.
+ Otherwise, the -L../lib is embedded when linking against shared
+ libraries and the installed program does not run (reported by Ralf
+ Hildebrandt).
+ + modify configuration of shared libraries on Digital Unix so that
+ versioning is embedded in the library, rather than implied by
+ links (patch by Tim Mooney).
+
+980418
+ + modify etip.h to avoid conflict with math.h on HP-UX 9.03 with gcc
+ 2.8.1 which redefines 'exception' (reported by Ralf Hildebrandt
+ <R.Hildebrandt@tu-bs.de>).
+ + correct configure tests in CF_SHARED_OPTS which used $CC value to
+ check for gcc, rather than autoconf's $GCC value. This did not
+ work properly if the full pathname of the compiler were given
+ (reported by Michael Yount <yount@csf.Colorado.edu>).
+ + revise check for compiler options to force ANSI mode since repeating
+ an option such as -Aa causes HP's compiler to fail on its own headers
+ (reported by Clint Olsen <olsenc@ichips.intel.com>).
+
+980411
+ + ifdef'd has_key() and mcprint() as extended functions.
+ + modified several prototypes to correspond with 1997 version of
+ X/Open Curses (affects ABI since developers have used attr_get).
+ + remove spurious trailing blanks in glibc addon-scripts (patch by
+ H.J.Lu).
+ + insert a few braces at locations where gcc-2.8.x asks to use them to
+ avoid ambigous else's, use -fpic rather than -fPIC for Linux (patch
+ by Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+980404
+ + split SHLIB_LIST into SHLIB_DIRS/SHLIB_LIST to keep -L options
+ before -l to accommodate Solaris' linker (reported by Larry Virden).
+
+980328
+ + modify lib_color.c to eliminate dependency on orig_colors and
+ orig_pair, since SVr4 curses does not require these either, but
+ uses them when they are available.
+ + add detailed usage-message to infocmp.
+ + correct a typo in att6386 entry (a "%?" which was "?").
+ + add -f option to infocmp and tic, which formats the terminfo
+ if/then/else/endif so that they are readable (with newlines and
+ tabs).
+ + fixes for glibc addon scripts (patch by H.J.Lu).
+
+980321
+ + revise configure macro CF_SPEED_TYPE so that termcap.h has speed_t
+ declared (from Adam J. Richter <adam@yggdrasil.com>)
+ + remove spurious curs_set() call from leaveok() (J.T.Conklin).
+ + corrected handling leaveok() in doupdate() (patch by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + improved version of wredrawln (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + correct c++/Makefile.in so install target do not have embedded ../lib
+ to confuse it (patch by Thomas Graf <graf@essi.fr>).
+ + add warning to preinstall rule which checks if the installer would
+ overwrite a curses.h or termcap.h that is not derived from ncurses.
+ (The recommended configuration for developers who need both is to
+ use --disable-overwrite).
+ + modify preinstall rule in top-level Makefile to avoid implicit
+ use of 'sh', to accommodate Ultrix 4.4 (reported by Joao Palhoto
+ Matos <jmatos@math.ist.utl.pt>, patch by Thomas Esser
+ <te@informatik.uni-hannover.de>)
+ + refine ifdef's for TRACE so that libncurses has fewer dependencies
+ on libtinfo when TRACE is disabled.
+ + modify configure script so that if the --with-termlib option is used
+ to generate a separate terminfo library, we chain it to the ncurses
+ library with a "-l" option (reported by Darryl Miles and Ian T.
+ Zimmerman).
+
+980314
+ + correct limits and window in wredrawln function (reported/analysis by
+ Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + correct sed expression in configure script for --with-fallback
+ option (patch by Jesse Thilo).
+ + correct some places in configure script where $enableval was used
+ rather than $withval (patch by Darryl Miles <dlm@g7led.demon.co.uk>).
+ + modify some man-pages so no '.' or '..' falls between TH and SH
+ macros, to accommodate man_db program (reported by Ian T. Zimmerman
+ <itz@rahul.net>).
+ + terminfo.src 10.2.1 from Eric's webpage.
+ > several changes by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + add copyright notices (and rcs id's) on remaining man-pages.
+ + corrected prototypes for slk_* functions, using chtype rather than
+ attr_t.
+ + implemented the wcolor_set() and slk_color() functions
+ + the slk_attr_{set,off,on} functions need an additional void*
+ parameter according to XSI.
+ + fix the C++ and Ada95 binding as well as the man pages to
+ reflect above enhancements.
+
+980307
+ + use 'stat()' rather than 'access()' in toe.c to check for the
+ existence of $HOME/.terminfo, since it may be a file.
+ + suppress configure CF_CXX_LIBRARY check if we are not using g++
+ 2.7.x, since this is not needed with g++ 2.8 or egcs (patch by
+ Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + turn on hashmap scrolling code by default, intend to remedy defects
+ by 4.3 release.
+ + minor corrections to terminfo.src changelog.
+
+980302 4.2 release for upload to prep.ai.mit.edu
+ + correct Florian's email address in ncurses-intro.html
+ + terminfo.src 10.2.0 from Eric.
+
+980228 pre-release
+ + add linux-koi8r replace linux-koi8, which is not KOI8 (patch by
+ QingLong <qinglong@Bolizm.ihep.su>).
+ + minor documentation fixes (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + add setlocale() call to ncurses.c (reported by Claes G. Lindblad
+ <claesg@algonet.se>).
+ + correct sign-extension in lib_insstr.c (reported by Sotiris
+ Vassilopoulos <svas@leon.nrcps.ariadne-t.gr>)
+
+980221 pre-release
+ + regenerated some documentation overlooked in 980214 patch
+ (ncurses-intro.doc, curs_outopts.3x.html)
+ + minor ifdef change to C++ binding to work with gcc 2.8.0 (patch by
+ Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + change maintainer's mailing address to florian@gnu.org, change
+ tentative mailing list address to bug-ncurses-request@gnu.org (patch
+ by Florian La Roche).
+ + add definition of $(REL_VERSION) to c++/Makefile.in (reported by Gran
+ Hasse <gh@raditex.se>).
+ + restore version numbers to Ada95 binding, accidentally deleted by
+ copyright patch (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+980214 pre-release
+ + remove ncurses.lsm from MANIFEST so that it won't be used in FSF
+ distributions, though it is retained in development.
+ + correct scaling of milliseconds to nanoseconds in lib_napms.c (patch
+ by Jeremy Buhler).
+ + update mailing-list information (bug-ncurses@gnu.org).
+ + update announcement for upcoming 4.2 release.
+ + modify -lm test to check for 'sin()' rather than 'floor()'
+ + remove spurious commas from terminfo.src descriptions.
+ + change copyright notices to Free Software Foundation
+
+980207
+ + minor fixes for autoconf macros CF_ERRNO, CF_HELP_MESSAGE and
+ CF_SIZECHANGE
+ + modify Makefile.glibc so that $(objpfx) is defined (H.J.Lu).
+ + ifdef-out true-return from _nc_mouse_inline() which depends on
+ merge of QNX patch (pending 4.2 release).
+ > patch by J.T.Conklin, to split off seldom-used modules in ncurses
+ (reduces size by up to 2.6kb):
+ + move functionality of _nc_usleep into napms, add configuration case
+ for nanosleep().
+ + moved wchgat() from lib_addch.c to lib_chgat.c
+ + moved clearok(), immedok(), leaveok(), and scrollok() from
+ lib_options.c to lib_clearok.c, lib_immedok.c, lib_leaveok.c and
+ lib_scrollok.c.
+ + moved napms() from lib_kernel.c to lib_napms.c
+ + moved echo() and noecho() from lib_raw.c to lib_echo.c
+ + moved nl() and nonl() from lib_raw.c to lib_nl.c
+
+980131
+ + corrected conversion in tclock.c (cf: 971018).
+ + updates to Makefile.glibc and associated Linux configure script
+ (patch by H.J.Lu).
+ + workaround a quoting problem on SunOS with tar-copy.sh
+ + correct init_pair() calls in worm.c to work when use_default_colors()
+ is not available.
+ + include <sys/types.h> in CF_SYS_TIME_SELECT to work with FreeBSD 2.1.5
+ + add ncv capability to FreeBSD console (cons25w), making reverse
+ work with color.
+ + correct sense of configure-test for sys/time.h inclusion with
+ sys/select.h
+ + fixes for Ada95/ada_include/Makefile.in to work with --srcdir option.
+ + remove unused/obsolete test-program rules from progs/Makefile.in
+ (the rules in ncurses/Makefile.in work).
+ + remove shared-library loader flags from test/Makefile.in, etc.
+ + simplify test/configure.in using new version of autoconf to create
+ test/ncurses_cfg.h
+ + suppress suffix rules in test/Makefile.in, provide explicit dependency
+ to work with --srcdir option and less capable 'make' programs.
+ > adapted from patch for QNX by Xiaodan Tang:
+ + initialize %P and %g variables set/used in tparm, and also ensure
+ that empty strings don't return a null result from tparam_internal
+ + add QNX-specific prototype for vsscanf()
+ + move initialization of SP->_keytry from init_keytry() to newterm() to
+ avoid resetting it via a keyok() call by mouse_activate().
+ + reorganized some functions in lib_mouse() to use case-statements.
+ + remove sgr string from qnx terminfo entry since it is reported to
+ turn off attributes inconsistently.
+
+980124
+ + add f/F/b/B commands to ncurses 'b' test to toggle colors, providing
+ test for no_color_video.
+ + adjusted emx.src to use no_color_video, now works with ncurses 'b'
+ and 'k' tests.
+ + implement no_color_video attribute, and as a special case, reverse
+ colors when the reverse attribute cannot be combined with color.
+ + check for empty string in $TERM variable (reported by Brett Michaels
+ <brett@xylan.com>).
+ > from reports by Fred Fish:
+ + add configure-test for isascii
+ + add configure-test for -lm library.
+ + modify CF_BOOL_SIZE to check if C++ bool types are unsigned.
+ > patches by J.J.G.Ripoll
+ + add configure/makefile variables to support .exe extension on
+ OS/2 EMX (requires additional autoconf patches).
+ + explicitly initialize variables in lib_data.c to appease OS/2 linker
+ > patches by Fred Fish <fnf@ninemoons.com>
+ + misc/Makefile.in (install.data): Avoid trying to install the CVS
+ directory.
+ + aclocal.m4 (install.includes): Remove files in the include directory
+ where we are going to install new ones, not the original source
+ files.
+ + misc/terminfo.src: Add entry for "beterm", derived from termcap
+ distributed with BeOS PR2 using captoinfo.
+ + aclocal.m4: Wrap $cf_cv_type_of_bool with quotes (contains space)
+ + aclocal.m4: Assume bool types are unsigned.
+ + progs/infocmp.c: workaround mwcc 32k function data limit
+
+980117
+ + correct initialization of color-pair (from 970524) in xmas.c, which
+ was using only one color-pair for all colors (reported by
+ J.J.G.Ripoll).
+ + add multithread options for objects build on EMX, for compatibility
+ with XFree86.
+ + split up an expression in MKlib_gen.sh to work around a problem on
+ OS/2 EMX, with 'ash' (patch by J.J.G.Ripoll).
+ + change terminfo entries xterm (xterm-xf86-v40), xterm-8bit rs1 to use
+ hard reset.
+ + rename terminfo entry xterm-xf86-v39t to xterm-xf86-v40
+ + remove bold/underline from sun console entries since they're not
+ implemented.
+ + correct _tracef calls in _tracedump(), which did not separate format
+ from parameters.
+ + correct getopt string for tic "-o" option, and add it to man-page
+ synopsis (reported by Darren Hiebert <darren@hmi.com>).
+ + correct typo in panel/Makefile.in, reversed if-statement in scrolling
+ optimization (Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + test for 'remove()', use 'unlink() if not found (patch by Philippe De
+ Muyter <phdm@macqel.be>).
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + Improve a feature of the forms driver. For invisible fields
+ (O_VISIBLE off) only the contents but not the attributes are cleared.
+ We now clear both. (Reported by Javier Kohan
+ <jkohan@adan.fceia.unr.edu.ar>)
+ + The man page form_field_opts.3x makes now clear, that invisible
+ fields are also always inactive.
+ + adjust ifdef's to compile the C++ binding with the just released
+ gcc-2.8.0 c++ and the corresponding new C++ libraries.
+
+980110
+ + correct "?" command in ncurses.c; it was performing non-screen writes
+ while the program was in screen mode. (It "worked" in 1.9.9e because
+ that version sets OPOST and OCRNL incorrectly).
+ + return error from functions in lib_kernel, lib_raw and lib_ti if
+ cur_term is null, or if underlying I/O fails.
+ + amend change to tputs() so that it does not return an error if
+ cur_term is null, since some applications depend on being able to use
+ tputs without initializing the terminal (reported by Christian J.
+ Robinson <infynity@cyberhighway.net>).
+
+980103
+ + add a copy of emx.src from J.J.G.Ripoll's OS/2 EMX version of ncurses
+ 1.9.9e, together with fixes/additions for the "ansi" terminal type.
+ + add tic check for save/restore cursor if change_scroll_region is
+ defined (from O'Reilly book).
+ + modify read_termcap.c to handle EMX-style pathnames (reported by
+ J.J.G.Ripoll).
+ + modify lib_raw.c to use EMX's setmode (from J.J.G.Ripoll, who says
+ EMX's curses does this).
+ + modify _nc_tic_expand() to generate \0 rather than \200.
+ + move/revise 'expand()' from dump_entry.c to ncurses library as
+ _nc_tic_expand(), for use by tack.
+ + decode \a as \007 for terminfo, as per XSI.
+ + correct translation of terminfo "^@", to \200, like \0.
+ + modify next_char() to treat <cr><lf> the same as <newline>, for
+ cross-platform compatibility.
+ + use new version of autoconf (971230) to work around limited
+ environment on CLIX, due to the way autoconf builds --help message.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + check that the Ada95 binding runs against the correct version of
+ ncurses.
+ + insert constants about the library version into the main spec-file of
+ the Ada95 binding.
+
+971227
+ + modify open/fopen calls to use binary mode, needed for EMX.
+ + modify configure script to work with autoconf 2.10 mods for OS/2
+ EMX from J.J.G.Ripoll.
+ + generated ncurses_cfg.h with patch (971222) to autoconf 2.12 which
+ bypasses limited sed buffer length.
+ > several changes from Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll <worm@arrakis.es>
+ (J.J.G.Ripoll) to support OS/2 EMX:
+ + add a _scrolling flag to SP, to set when we encounter a terminal
+ that simply cannot scroll.
+ + corrected logic in _nc_add_to_try(), by ensuring that strings with
+ embedded \200 characters are matched.
+ + don't assume the host has 'link()' function, for linking terminfo
+ entries.
+
+971220
+ + if there's no ioctl's to support sigwinch handler, disable it.
+ + add configure option --disable-ext-funcs to remove the extended
+ functions from the build.
+ + add configure option --with-termlib to generate the terminfo
+ functions as a separate library.
+ + add 'sources' rule to facilitate cross-compiling.
+ + review/fix order of mostlyclean/clean/distclean rules.
+ + modify install-rule for headers to first remove old header, in
+ case there was a symbolic link that confuses the install script.
+ + corrected substitution for NCURSES_CONST in term.h (cf: 971108)
+ + add null pointer checks in wnoutrefresh(), overlap() (patch by
+ Xiaodan Tang <xtang@qnx.com>)
+ + correct tputs(), which could dereference a null cur_term if invoked
+ before terminal is initialized (patch by Christopher Seawood
+ <cls@seawood.org>)
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + makes better use of "pragma Inline" in the Ada95 binding
+ + resynchronizes the generated html manpages
+
+971213
+ + additional fixes for man-pages section-references
+ + add (for debugging) a check for ich/ich1 conflict with smir/rmir
+ to tic, etc.
+ + remove hpa/vpa from rxvt terminal description because they are not
+ implemented correctly, added sgr0.
+ + change ncurses 's' to use raw mode, so ^Q works (reported by Rudolf
+ Leitgeb <leitgeb@leland.stanford.edu>)
+
+971206
+ + modify protection when installing libraries to (normally) not
+ executable. HP-UX shared libraries are an exception.
+ + add configure check for 'tack'.
+ + implement script for renaming section-references in man-page install,
+ for Debian configuration.
+ + add validity-check for SP in trace code in baudrate() (reported by
+ Daniel Weaver).
+ > patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov (fixes to match sol25 curses)
+ + modify 'overlay()' so that copy applies target window background to
+ characters.
+ + correct 'mvwin()' so that it does not clear the previous locations.
+ + correct lib_acs.c so that 8-bit character is not sign expanded in
+ case of wide characters in chtype.
+ + correct control-char test in lib_addch.c for use with wide chars
+ + use attribute in the chtype when adding a control character in
+ lib_addch.c control char was added with current attribute
+
+971129
+ + save/restore errno in _tracef() function
+ + change treatment of initialize_color to use a range of 0..1000
+ (recommended by Daniel Weaver).
+ + set umask in mkinstalldirs, fixing problems reported by users who
+ have set root's umask to 077.
+ + correct bug in tic that caused capabilities to be reprinted at the
+ end of output when they had embedded comments.
+ + rewrote wredrawln to correspond to XSI, and split-out since it is
+ not often used (from report by Alexander V. Lukyanov, 970825)
+ + rewrote Dan Nelson's change to make it portable, as well as to
+ correct logic for handling backslashes.
+ + add code to _nc_tgetent() to make it work more like a real tgetent().
+ It removes all empty fields, and removes all but the first in a group
+ of duplicate caps. The code was pulled from the BSD libtermcap code
+ in termcap.c (patch by Dan Nelson <dnelson@emsphone.com>
+ + don't include --enable-widec in the --with-develop configure option,
+ since it is not binary-compatible with 4.1 (noted by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov)
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + further improvements of the usage of elaboration pragmas in the Ada95
+ binding
+ + enhanced Ada95 sample to use the user_data mechanism for panels.
+ + a fix for the configuration script to make gnat-3.10 the required
+ version.
+ + resync of the html version of the manpages
+
+971122
+ > fixes/updates for terminfo.src:
+ + add vt220-js, pilot, rbcomm, datapoint entries from esr's 27-jun-97
+ version.
+ + add hds200 description (Walter Skorski)
+ + add EMX 0.9b descriptions
+ + correct rmso/smso capabilities in wy30-mc and wy50-mc (Daniel Weaver)
+ + rename xhpterm back to hpterm.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + Improves the usage of elaboration pragmas for the Ada95 binding.
+ + Adds a translation of the test/rain.c into Ada95 to the samples.
+ This has been contributed to the project by Laurent Pautet
+ (pautet@gnat.com)
+
+971115
+ + increase MAX_NAME_SIZE to 512 to handle extremely long alias list
+ in HP-UX terminfo.
+ + correction & simplification of delay computation in tputs, based on
+ comments from Daniel Weaver.
+ + replace test for SCO with more precise header tests.
+ + add configure test for unsigned literals, use in NCURSES_BITS macro.
+ + comment-out the -PIC, etc., flags from c++, progs and test makefiles
+ since they probably are not needed, and are less efficient (noted by.
+ Ju"rgen Fluk)
+ + add -L$(libdir) to loader options, after -L../lib so that loaders
+ that record this information will tend to do the right thing if
+ the programs are moved around after installing them (suggested by.
+ Ju"rgen Fluk).
+ + add -R option to loader options for programs for Solaris if the
+ --enable-rpath option is specified for the libraries.
+
+971112
+ + correct installed filename for shared libraries on *BSD (reported by
+ Ju"rgen Fluk).
+
+971108
+ + cleanup logic for deciding when tputs() should call delay_output(),
+ based on comments from Daniel Weaver.
+ + modified tputs() to avoid use of float.
+ + correct use of trailpad in tputs(), which used the wrong variable
+ in call to delay_output().
+ + correct inverted expression for null-count in delay_output()
+ (analysis by Daniel Weaver).
+ + apply --enable-rpath option to Solaris (requested by Larry Virden).
+ + correct substitution of EXTRA_CFLAGS for gcc 2.6.3
+ + correct check for error-return by _nc_tgetent(), which returns 0
+ for success.
+ + add configure test for BSD 4.4 cgetent() function, modify
+ read_termcap.c to use the host's version of that if found, using the
+ terminal database on FreeBSD (reported by Peter Wemm).
+ + add u8, u9 strings to sun-il description for Daniel Weaver.
+ + use NCURSES_CONST in panel's user-pointer.
+ + modify edit_cfg.sh and MKterm.h.awk.in to substitute NCURSES_CONST
+ so that will work on NeXT.
+ + use _nc_set_screen() rather than assignments to SP to fix port to
+ NeXT (reported by Francisco A. Tomei Torres).
+
+971101
+ + force mandatory padding in bell and flash_screen, as specified in XSI.
+ + don't allow padding_baud_rate to override mandatory delays (reported
+ by Daniel Weaver).
+ + modify delay_output() to use _nc_timed_wait() if no baudrate has been
+ defined, or if the cur_term pointer is not initialized. XSI treats
+ this as unspecified. (requested by Daniel Weaver).
+ + change getcap-cache ifdef's to eliminate unnecessary chdir/mkdir
+ when that feature is not configured.
+ + remove _nc_err_abort() calls when write_entry.c finds a directory but
+ cannot write to it, e.g., when translating part/all of /etc/termcap
+ (reported by Andreas Jaeger <aj@arthur.rhein-neckar.de>).
+ (this dates back to 951102, in 1.9.7a).
+ + minor ifdef fixes to compile with atac and glibc 2.0.5c
+ + add check for -lgen when configuring regexpr.h
+ + modify Solaris shared-library option "-d y" to "-dy" to workaround
+ incompatibility of gcc 2.7.2 vs vendor's tools.
+
+971026
+ + correct ifdef's for struct winsize vs struct ttysize in lib_setup.c
+ to compile on SCO.
+ + remove dangling backslash in panel/Makefile.in
+ + modify MKkeyname.awk to work with SCO's nawk, which dumps core in the
+ length() function.
+ + correct length of allocation in _nc_add_to_try(), to allow for
+ trailing null.
+ + correct logic in _nc_remove_key(), which was discarding too many
+ nodes (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov)
+
+971025
+ + add definition for $(REL_VERSION) to test/Makefile.in, so *BSD
+ shared libraries link properly (see 970524).
+ + modify Linux shared-library generation to include library
+ dependencies (e.g., -lncurses and -lgpm) in the forms, menu and
+ panel libraries (suggested by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + modify configure script to use config.guess and config.sub rather
+ than uname, which is unreliable on some systems.
+ + updated Makefile.glibc, test-built with glibc 2.0.5c
+ + modify keyname() to return values consistent with SVr4 curses (patch
+ by Ju"rgen Fluk).
+ > changes requested by Daniel Weaver:
+ + modify delay_output() so that it uses the same output function as
+ tputs() if called from that function.
+ + move _baudrate from SCREEN to TERMINAL so that low-level use of
+ tputs works when SP is not set.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + factor lib_menu and lib_form into smaller modules
+ + clean up the interface between panel and SCREEN
+ + minor changes to the Ada95 mouse support implemenation
+ + minor bugfix in C++ binding to ripoff windows
+ + fix a few Ada95 html documentation pages
+
+971018
+ + split-out lib_ungetch.c, make runtime link to resizeterm() to
+ decouple those modules from lib_restart.c
+ + add xterm-xf86-v39t description to terminfo.src
+ + reset SP->_endwin in lib_tstp.c cleanup() function after calling
+ endwin() to avoid unnecessary repainting if the application has
+ established an atexit function, etc. Encountered this problem in
+ the c++ demo, whose destructors repaint the screen.
+ + combine _nc_get_screensize() and resizeterm() calls as new function
+ _nc_update_screensize().
+ + minor fixes to allow compile with g++ (suggested by Nelson H. F.
+ Beebe).
+ + implement install-rules for Ada95 makefiles.
+ + use screen_lines or MAXLINES as needed where LINES was coded,
+ as well as screen_columns for COLS, in the ncurses library.
+ > patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + modify logic for ripped-off lines to handle several SCREENs.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + factors lib_slk.c into some smaller modules
+ + factors panel.c into some smaller modules
+ + puts the static information about the current panel stack into the
+ SCREEN structure to allow different panel stacks on different
+ screens.
+ + preliminary fix for an error adjusting LINES to account for
+ ripped-off lines.
+
+971011
+ + move _nc_max_click_interval and other mouse interface items to SCREEN
+ struct so that they are associated with a single terminal, and also
+ save memory when the application does not need a mouse (roughly 3k vs
+ 0.5k on Linux).
+ + modify mouseinterval() so that a negative parameter queries the
+ click-interval without modifying it.
+ + modify ncurses 'i' test to work with ncurses' apparent extension from
+ SVr4, i.e., allows nocbreak+noecho (analysis by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + add configure options --with-ada-includes and --with-ada-objects,
+ to drive Ada95 binding install (not yet implemented).
+ + install C++ binding as -lncurses++ and associated headers with the
+ other ncurses headers.
+ + fix header uninstall if configure --srcdir is used.
+ > minor interface changes (request by Daniel Weaver <danw@znyx.com>,
+ to support 'tack' program):
+ + export functions _nc_trans_string() and _nc_msec_cost().
+ + add variable _nc_nulls_sent, to record the number of padding
+ characters output in delay_output().
+ + move tests for generic_type and hard_copy terminals in setupterm()
+ to the end of that function so that the library will still be
+ initialized, though not generally useful for curses programs.
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + modify ClrBottom() to avoid using clr_eos if there is only one line
+ to erase.
+ + typo in configure --help.
+ > patch by J.T.Conklin (with minor resync against Juergen's changes)
+ + split-out lib_flash.c from lib_beep.c
+ + split-out lib_hline.c and lib_vline.c from lib_box.c
+ + split-out lib_wattron.c, lib_wattroff.c from lib_addch.c
+
+971005
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + correct source/target of c++/edit_cfg.sh
+
+971004
+ + add color, mouse support to kterm terminfo entry.
+ + modify lib_mouse.c to recognize rxvt, kterm, color_xterm also as
+ providing "xterm"-style mouse.
+ + updated rxvt's terminfo description to correspond to 2.21b, with
+ fixes for the acsc (the box1 capability is incorrect, ech1 does not
+ work).
+ + fix logic in parse_entry.c that discarded acsc when 'synthesizing'
+ an entry from equivalents in XENIX or AIX. This lets ncurses handle
+ the distribution copy of rxvt's terminfo.
+ + modify acsc capability for linux and linux-koi8 terminfo descriptions
+ (from Pavel Roskin <pavel@absolute.spb.su>).
+ + corrected definition in curses.h for ACS_LANTERN, which was 'I'
+ rather than 'i' (see 970802).
+ + updated terminfo.src with reformatted acsc entries, and repaired the
+ trashed entries with spurious '\' characters that this exposed.
+ + add logic to dump_entry.c to reformat acsc entries into canonical
+ form (sorted, unique mapping).
+ + add configure script to generate c++/etip.h
+ + add configure --with-develop option, to enable by default most of the
+ experimental options (requested by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + rename 'deinstall' to 'uninstall', following GNU convention (suggested
+ by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + modify tactics 2 and 5 in onscreen_mvcur(), to allow them on the last
+ line of the screen, since carriage return will not cause a newline.
+ + remove clause from PutCharLR() that would try to use
+ eat_newline_glitch since that apparently does not work on some
+ terminals (e.g., M$ telnet).
+ + correct a limit check in scroll_csr_backward()
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + adds dummy implementations of methods above() and below() to the
+ NCursesPanel class.
+ + fixes missing returncode in NCursesWindow::ripoffline()
+ + fixes missing returncode in TestApplication::run() in demo.cc
+ + We should at least give a comment in etip.h why it is currently a
+ problem to install the C++ binding somewhere
+ + makes the WINDOW* argument of wenclose() a const.
+ + modifies several of the routines in lib_adabind.c to use a const
+ WINDOW* argument.
+
+970927
+ + add 'deinstall' rules.
+ + use explicit assignments in configure --without-progs option to
+ work around autoconf bug which doesn't always set $withval.
+ + check for ldconfig, don't try to run it if not found.
+ + implement simple/unoptimized case in lib_doupdate.c to handle
+ display with magic cookie glitch, tested with ncurses.c program.
+ + correct missing _tracef in getmouse(), to balance the returnCode
+ macro.
+ + simplify show_attr() in ncurses.c using termattrs().
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + provides missing inlines for mvw[hv]line in cursesw.h of the C++
+ binding
+ + fixes a typo in a comment of frm_driver.c
+ + Enhances Ada95 Makefiles to fulfill the requirement of GNAT-3.10 that
+ generics should be compiled. Proper fixes to the configuration
+ scripts are also provided.
+
+970920
+ + several modifications to the configure script (requested by Ward
+ Horner):
+ + add configure options --without-progs, to suppress the build of the
+ utility programs, e.g., for cross-compiling.
+ + add $(HOSTCCFLAGS) and $(HOSTLDFLAGS) symbols to ncurses
+ Makefile.in, to simplify setup for cross compiling.
+ + add logic in configure script to recognize "--target=vxworks", and
+ generate load/install actions for VxWorks objects.
+ + move typedef for sigaction_t into SigAction.h to work around problem
+ generating lint library.
+ + modify fty_regex.c to reflect renaming of ifdef's for regular
+ expressions.
+ + simplify ifdef in lib_setup.c for TIOCGWINSZ since that symbol may
+ reside in <sys/ioctl.h>.
+ + merge testcurs.c with version from PDCurses 2.3, clarifying some of
+ the more obscure tests, which rely upon color.
+ + use macros getbegyx() and getmaxyx() in newdemo.c and testcurs.c
+ + modify ncurses.c to use getbegyx() and getmaxyx() macros to cover up
+ implementation difference wrt SVr4 curses, allow 's' test to work.
+ + add missing endwin() to testscanw.c program (reported by Fausto
+ Saporito <fausap@itb.it>).
+ + fixes/updates for Makefile.glibc and related files under sysdeps
+ (patch by H.J.Lu).
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + add checks for null pointers, especially WINDOW's throughout the
+ ncurses library.
+ + solve a problem with wrong calculation of panel overlapping (reported
+ by Ward Horner):
+ + make sure that a panel's window isn't a pad.
+ + do more error checking in module lib_touch.c
+ + missing files for Ada95 binding from the last patch
+ + synch. of generated html pages (RCS-Id's were wrong in html files)
+ + support for Key_Resize in Ada binding
+ + changed documentation style in ./c++/cursesm.h
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + undo attempt to do recursive inlining for PutChar(), noting that it
+ did not improve timing measurably, but inflated the size of
+ lib_doupdate.o
+
+970913
+ + modify rain.c to use color.
+ + correct scroll_csr_backward() to match scroll_csr_forward().
+ + minor adjustment to llib-lncurses, to work with Solaris 2.5.1
+ + minor fixes to sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/configure to reflect renaming
+ of configure cache variables in 970906.
+ + correct logic involving changes to O_VISIBLE option in
+ Synchronize_Options function in frm_driver.c (Tony Hoffmann
+ <Tony.Hoffmann@hia.nrc.ca>)
+ + add $(HOSTCC) symbol to ncurses Makefile.in, to simplify setup for
+ cross compiling (suggested by Chris Johns).
+ + modify ifdef in lib_setup.c to only include <sys/ioctl.h> if we can
+ use it to support screen-size calculation (reported by Chris Johns).
+ + #undef unctrl to avoid symbol conflict in port to RTEMS (reported by
+ Chris Johns <cjohns@plessey.com.au>)
+ > patches by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + simplified, made minor corrections to Ada95 binding to form fieldtype.
+ + The C++ binding has been enhanced:
+ + Improve NCursesWindow class: added additional methods to cover
+ more ncurses functionality. Make refresh() and noutrefresh()
+ virtual members to allow different implementation in the
+ NCursesPanel class.
+ + CAUTION: changed order of parameters in vline() and hline() of
+ NCursesWindow class.
+ + Make refresh() in NCursesPanel non-static, it is now a
+ reimplementation of refresh() in the base class. Added
+ noutrefresh() to NCursesPanel.
+ + Added NCursesForm and related classes to support libform
+ functionality.
+ + Moved most of configuration related stuff from cursesw.h to etip.h
+ + Added NCursesApplication class to support easy configuration of
+ menu and forms related attributes as well as ripped of title lines
+ and Soft-Label-Keys for an application.
+ + Support of Auto-Cleanup for a menu's fieldlist.
+ + Change of return type for current_item() and operator[] for menus.
+ + Enhanced demo.
+ + Fixed a bug in form/fld_def.c: take into account that copyarg and
+ freearg for a fieldtype may be NULL, makearg must not be NULL
+ + Fixed a bug in form/fld_type.c: in set_fieldtype_arg() makearg must
+ not be NULL, copyarg and freearg may be NULL.
+ + Fixed a bug in form/frm_def.c: Allow Disconnect_Fields() if it is
+ already disconnected.
+ + Enhance form/frm_driver.c: Allow growth of dynamic fields also on
+ navigation requests.
+ + Fixed a bug in form/fty_enum.c: wrong position of postincrement in
+ case-insensitiva comparision routine.
+ + Enhanced form/lib_adabind.c with function _nc_get_field() to get a
+ forms field by index.
+ + Enhanced menu/m_adabind.c with function _nc_get_item() to get a menus
+ item by index.
+ + Fixed in curses.h.in: make chtype argument for pechochar() constant.
+ Mark wbkgdset() as implemented, remove wbkgdset macro, because it was
+ broken (didn't handle colors correctly).
+ + Enhanced lib_mouse.c: added _nc_has_mouse() function
+ + Added _nc_has_mouse() prototype to curses.priv.h
+ + Modified lib_bkgd.c: hopefully correct implementation of wbkgdset();
+ streamlined implementation of wbkgd()
+ + Modified lib_mvwin.c: Disable move of a pad. Implement (costly)
+ move of subwindows. Fixed update behaviour of movements of regular
+ windows.
+ + Fixed lib_pad.c: make chtype argument of pechochar() const.
+ + Fixed lib_window.c: dupwin() is not(!) in every bit a really clone
+ of the original. Subwindows become regular windows by doing a
+ dupwin().
+ + Improved manpage form_fieldtype.3x
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + simplify the PutChar() handling of exit_am_mode, because we already
+ know that auto_right_margin is true.
+ + add a check in PutChar() for ability to insert to the case of
+ shifting character to LR corner.
+ + in terminal initialization by _nc_screen_resume(), make sure that
+ terminal right margin mode is known.
+ + move logic that invokes touchline(), or does the equivalent, into
+ _nc_scroll_window().
+ + modify scrolling logic use of insert/delete line capability, assuming
+ that they affect the screen contents only within the current
+ scrolling region.
+ + modify rain.c to demonstrate SIGWINCH handler.
+ + remove logic from getch() that would return an ERR if the application
+ called getch() when the cursor was at the lower-right corner of the
+ physical screen, and the terminal does not have insert-character
+ ability.
+ + change view.c so that it breaks out of getch() loop if a KEY_RESIZE
+ is read, and modify logic in getch() so this fix will yield the
+ desired behavior, i.e., the screen is repainted automatically when
+ the terminal window is resized.
+
+970906
+ + add configure option --enable-sigwinch
+ + modify view.c to test KEY_RESIZE logic, with "-r" option.
+ + modify testcurs.c to eliminate misleading display wrt cursor type
+ by testing if the terminal supports cnorm, civis, cvvis.
+ + several fixes for m68k/NeXT 4.0, to bring cur_term, _nc_curr_line and
+ _nc_curr_col variables into linked programs: move these variables,
+ making new modules lib_cur_term and trace_buf (reported by Francisco
+ Alberto Tomei Torres <fatomei@sandburg.unm.edu>).
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + add pseudo-functionkey KEY_RESIZE which is returned by getch() when
+ the SIGWINCH handler has been called since the last call to
+ doupdate().
+ + modify lib_twait.c to hide EINTR only if HIDE_EINTR is defined.
+ + add SIGWINCH handler to ncurses library which is used if there is no
+ application SIGWINCH handler in effect when the screen is
+ initialized.
+ + make linked list of all SCREEN structures.
+ + move curses.h include before definition of SCREEN to use types in
+ that structure.
+ + correction to ensure that wgetstr uses only a newline to force a
+ scroll (970831).
+
+970831
+ + add experimental configure option --enable-safe-sprintf; the normal
+ mode now allocates a buffer as large as the screen for the
+ lib_printw.c functions.
+ + modify wgetch to refresh screen when reading ungetch'd characters,
+ since the application may require this - SVr4 does this.
+ + refine treatment of newline in wgetstr to echo only when this would
+ force the screen to scroll.
+
+970830
+ + remove override in wgetstr() that forces keypad(), since SVr4 does
+ not do this.
+ + correct y-reference for erasure in wgetstr() when a wrap forces a
+ scroll.
+ + correct x-position in waddch() after a wrap forces a scroll.
+ + echo newline in wgetstr(), making testscanw.c scroll properly when
+ scanw is done.
+ + modify vwscanw() to avoid potential buffer overflow.
+ + rewrote lib_printw.c to eliminate fixed-buffer limits.
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + correct an error in handling cooked mode in wgetch(); processing
+ was in the wrong order.
+ + simplified logic in wgetch() that handles backspace, etc., by using
+ wechochar().
+ + correct wechochar() so that it interprets the output character as
+ in waddch().
+ + modify pechochar() to use prefresh() rather than doupdate(), since
+ the latter does not guarantee immediate refresh of the pad.
+ + modify pechochar() so that if called with a non-pad WINDOW, will
+ invoke wechochar() instead.
+ + modify fifo indices to allow fifo to be longer than 127 bytes.
+
+970823
+ + add xterm-8bit to terminfo.src
+ + moved logic for SP->_fifohold inside check_pending() to make it
+ work properly when we add calls to that function.
+ + ensure that bool functions return only TRUE or FALSE, and TRUE/FALSE
+ are assigned to bool values (patch by H.J.Lu).
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + several fixes to getch:
+ 1. Separate cooked and raw keys in fifo
+ 2. Fix the case of ungetch'ed KEY_MOUSE
+ 3. wrap the code for hiding EINTR with ifdef HIDE_EINTR
+ 4. correctly handle input errors (i.e., EINTR) without loss of raw
+ keys
+ 5. recognize ESC KEY_LEFT and similar
+ 6. correctly handle the case of receiption of KEY_MOUSE from gpm
+ + correct off-by-one indexing error in _nc_mouse_parse(), that caused
+ single mouse events (press/release) to be ignored in favor of
+ composed events (click). Improves on a fix from integrating gpm
+ support in 961229.
+ + add another call to check_pending, before scrolling, for
+ line-breakout optimization
+ + improve hashmap.c by
+ 1. fixed loop condition in grow_hunks()
+ 2. not marking lines with offset 0
+ 3. fixed condition of 'too far' criteria, thus one-line hunks are
+ ignored and two lines interchanged won't pass.
+ + rewrote/simplified _nc_scroll_optimize() by separating into two
+ passes, forward/backward, looking for chunks moving only in the given
+ direction.
+ + move logic that emits sgr0 when initializing the screen to
+ _nc_screen_init(), now invoked from newterm.
+ + move cursor-movement cleanup from endwin() into _nc_mvcur_wrap()
+ function and screen cleanup (i.e., color) into _nc_screen_wrap()
+ function.
+ + add new functions _nc_screen_init(), _nc_screen_resume() and
+ _nc_screen_wrap().
+ + rename _nc_mvcur_scrolln() to _nc_scrolln().
+ + add a copy of acs_map[] to the SCREEN structure, where it can be
+ stored/retrieved via set_term().
+ + move variables _nc_idcok, _nc_idlok, _nc_windows into the SCREEN
+ structure.
+
+970816
+ + implement experimental _nc_perform_scroll().
+ + modify newterm (actually _nc_setupscreen()) to emit an sgr0 when
+ initializing the screen, as does SVr4 (reported by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + added test_progs rule to ncurses/Makefile.
+ + modify test/configure.in to check if initscr is already in $LIBS
+ before looking for (n)curses library.
+ + correct version-number in configure script for OSF1 shared-library
+ options (patch by Tim Mooney).
+ + add -DNDEBUG to CPPFLAGS for --enable-assertions (as Juergen
+ originally patched) since the c++ demo files do not necessarily
+ include ncurses_cfg.h
+ + supply default value for --enable-assertions option in configure
+ script (reported by Kriang Lerdsuwanakij <lerdsuwa@scf-fs.usc.edu>).
+ > patches by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + correct/simplify logic of werase(), wclrtoeol() and wclrbot(). See
+ example firstlast.c
+ + optimize waddch_literal() and waddch_nosync() by factoring out
+ common subexpressions.
+ + correct sense of NDEBUG ifdef for CHECK_POSITION macro.
+ + corrections to render_char(), to make handling of colored blanks
+ match SVr4 curses, as well as to correct a bug that xor'd space
+ against the background character.
+ + replaced hash function with a faster one (timed it)
+ + rewrote the hashmap algorithm to be one-pass, this avoids multiple
+ cost_effective() calls on the same lines.
+ + modified cost_effective() so it is now slightly more precise.
+ > patches by H.J.Lu for glibc integration:
+ + add modules define_key, keyok, name_match, tries
+ + add makefile rules for some of the unit tests in ncurses (mvcur,
+ captoinfo, hardscroll, hashmap).
+ + update Linux configure-script for wide-character definitions.
+
+970809
+ + modify _tracebits() to show the character size (e.g., CS8).
+ + modify tparm() to emit '\200' where the generated string would have a
+ null (reported by From: Ian Dall <Ian.Dall@dsto.defence.gov.au> for
+ terminal type ncr7900).
+ + modify install process so that ldconfig is not invoked if the
+ package is built with an install-prefix.
+ + correct test program for chtype size (reported by Tim Mooney).
+ + add configure option --disable-scroll-hints, using this to ifdef the
+ logic that computes indices for _nc_scroll_optimize().
+ + add module ncurses/softscroll.c, to perform single-stage computation
+ of scroll indices used in _nc_scroll_optimize(). This is faster than
+ the existing scrolling algorithm, but tends to make too-small hunks.
+ + eliminate fixed buffer size in _nc_linedump().
+ + minor fixes to lib_doupdate.c to add tradeoff between clr_eol (el)
+ and clr_bol (el1), refine logic in ClrUpdate() and ClrBottom() (patch
+ by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + add test/testaddch.c, from a pending patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov.
+ + correct processing of "configure --enable-assertions" option (patch
+ by Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+970802
+ + add '-s' (single-step) option too test/hashtest.c, correct an error
+ in loop limit for '-f' (footer option), toggle scrollok() when
+ writing footer to avoid wrap at lower-right corner.
+ + correct behavior of clrtoeol() immediately after wrapping cursor,
+ which was not clearing the line at the cursor position (reported by
+ Liviu Daia <daia@stoilow.imar.ro>).
+ + corrected mapping for ACS_LANTERN, which was 'I' rather than 'i'
+ (reported by Klaus Weide <kweide@tezcat.com>).
+ + many corrections to make progs/capconvert work, as well as make it
+ reasonably portable and integrated with ncurses 4.1 (reported by Dave
+ Furstenau <df@ravine.binary.net>).
+
+970726
+ + add flag SP->_fifohold, corresponding logic to modify the behavior of
+ the line breakout logic so that if the application does not read
+ input, refreshes will not be stopped, but only slowed.
+ + generate slk_attr_off(), slk_attr_on(), slk_attr_set(), vid_attr(),
+ ifdef'd for wide-character support, since ncurses' WA_xxx attribute
+ masks are identical with the A_xxx masks.
+ + modify MKlib_gen.sh to generate ifdef'd functions to support optional
+ configuration of wide-characters.
+ + modify tset to behave more like SVr4's tset, which does not modify
+ the settings of intr, quit or erase unless they are given as command
+ options (reported by Nelson H. F. Beebe <beebe@math.utah.edu>).
+ + modify tset to look in /etc/ttys or /etc/ttytype if the configuration
+ does not have getttynam().
+ + extend baudrate table in tset.c to match baudrate() function.
+ + add table entries for 230400 and 460800 bd to baudrate() function.
+ + improve breakout logic by allowing it before the first line updated,
+ which is what SVr4 curses does (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + correct initialization of vcost in relative_move(), for cursor-down
+ case (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ > nits gleaned from Debian distribution of 1.9.9g-3:
+ + install symbolic link for intotocap.
+ + reference libc directly when making shared libraries.
+ + correct renaming of curs_scr_dmp.3x in man_db.renames.
+ + guard tgetflag() and other termcap functions against null cur_term
+ pointer.
+
+970719
+ + corrected initial state of software echo (error in 970405, reported
+ by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + reviewed/added messages to configure script, so that all non-test
+ options should be accompanied by a message.
+ + add configure check for long filenames, using this to determine if
+ it is safe to allow long aliases for terminal descriptions as does
+ SVr4.
+ + add configure options for widec (wide character), hashmap (both
+ experimental).
+ > patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ + hashmap.c - improved by heuristic, so that scroll test works much
+ better when csr is not available.
+ + hardscroll.c - patched so that it continues to scroll other chunks
+ after failure to scroll one.
+ + lib_doupdate.c - _nc_mvcur_scrolln extended to handle more cases; csr
+ is avoided as it is relative costly. Fixed wrong coordinates in one
+ case and wrong string in TRACE.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + modify C++ binding to compile on AIX 4.x with the IBM C-SET++
+ compiler.
+
+970712
+ + remove alternate character set from kterm terminfo entry; it uses the
+ shift-out control for a purpose incompatible with curses, i.e., font
+ switching.
+ + disentangle 'xterm' terminfo entry from some derived entries that
+ should be based on xterm-r6 instead.
+ + add cbt to xterm-xf86-xv32 terminfo entry; I added the emulation for
+ XFree86 3.1.2F, but overlooked its use in terminfo then - T.Dickey.
+ + correct logic in lib_mvcur.c that uses back_tab.
+
+970706
+ + correct change from 970628 to ClrUpdate() in lib_doupdate.c so that
+ contents of curscr are saved in newscr before clearing the screen.
+ This is needed to make repainting work with the present logic of
+ TransformLine().
+ + use napms() rather than sleep() in tset.c to avoid interrupting I/O.
+
+970705
+ + add limit checks to _nc_read_file_entry() to guard against overflow
+ of buffer when reading incompatible terminfo format, e.g, from OSF/1.
+ + correct some loop-variable errors in xmc support in lib_doupdate.c
+ + modify ncurses 'b' test to add gaps, specified by user, to allow
+ investigation of interaction with xmc (magic cookie) code.
+ + correct typo in 970524 mods to xmas.c, had omitted empty parameter
+ list from has_colors(), which gcc ignores, but SVr4 does not
+ (reported by Larry Virden).
+ + correct rmso capability in wy50-mc description.
+ + add configure option "--enable-hard-tabs", renamed TABS_OK ifdef to
+ USE_HARD_TABS.
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + Add bindings for keyok() and define_key() to the Ada95 packages.
+ + Improve man pages menu_post.3x and menu_format.3x
+ + Fix the HTML pages in the Ada95/html directory to reflect the above
+ changes.
+
+970628
+ + modify change from 970101 to ClrUpdate() in lib_doupdate.c so that
+ pending changes to both curscr and newscr are flushed properly.
+ This fixes a case where the first scrolling operation in nvi would
+ cause the screen to be cleared unnecessarily and repainted before
+ doing the indexing, i.e., by repeatedly pressing 'j' (reported by
+ Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + correct error in trans_string() which added embedded newlines in a
+ terminfo description to the stored strings.
+ + remove spurious newlines from sgr in wyse50 (and several other)
+ terminfo descriptions.
+ + add configure option for experimental xmc (magic cookie) code,
+ "--enable-xmc-glitch". When disabled (the default), attributes that
+ would store a magic cookie are suppressed in vidputs(). The magic
+ cookie code is far from workable at this stage; the configuration
+ option is a stopgap.
+ + move _nc_initscr() from lib_initscr.c to lib_newterm.c
+ + correct path for invoking make_keys (a missing "./").
+
+970621
+ + correct sign-extension problem with "infocmp -e", which corrupted
+ acsc values computed for linux fallback data.
+ + correct dependency on ncurses/names.c (a missing "./").
+ + modify configure script to use '&&' even for cd'ing to existing
+ directories to work around broken shell interpreters.
+ + correct a loop-limit in _nc_hash_map() (patch by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+
+970615
+ + restore logic in _nc_scroll_optimize() which marks as touched the
+ lines in curscr that are shifted.
+ + add new utility 'make_keys' to compute keys.tries as a table rather
+ than a series of function calls.
+ + correct include-dependency for tic.h used by name_match
+ + removed buffer-allocation for name and description from m_item_new.c,
+ since this might result in incompatibilities with SVr4. Also fixed
+ the corresponding Ada95 binding module (patch by Juergen Pfeifer,
+ from report by Avery Pennarun <apenwarr@foxnet.net>)
+ + removed the mechanism to timestamp the generated Ada95 sources. This
+ resulted always in generating patches for the HTML doc, even when
+ nothing really changed (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + improve man page mitem_new.3x (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+970614
+ + remove ech capability from rxvt description because it does not work.
+ + add missing case logic for infocmp -I option (reported by Lorenzo M.
+ Catucci <lorenzo@argon.roma2.infn.it>)
+ + correct old bug in pnoutrefresh() unmasked by fix in 970531; this
+ caused glitches in the ncurses 'p' test since the area outside the
+ pad was not compared when setting up indices for _nc_scroll_optimize.
+ + rewrote tracebits() to workaround misdefinition of TOSTOP on Ultrix
+ 4.4, as well as to eliminate fixed-size buffer (reported by Chris
+ Tanner <tannerc@aecl.ca>)
+ + correct prototype for termattrs() as per XPG4 version 2.
+ + add placeholder prototypes for color_set(), erasewchar(),
+ term_attrs(), wcolor_set() as per XPG4 version 2.
+ + correct attribution for progs/progs.priv.h and lib_twait.c
+ + improve line-breakout logic by checking based on changed lines rather
+ than total lines (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + correct loop limits for table-lookup of enumerated value in form
+ (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + improve threshhold computation for determining when to call ClrToEOL
+ (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+
+970531
+ + add configure option --disable-database to force the library to
+ use only the fallback data.
+ + add configure option --with-fallbacks, to specify list of fallback
+ terminal descriptions.
+ + add a symbolic link for ncurses.h during install; too many programs
+ still assume there's an ncurses.h
+ + add new terminfo.src entry for xterm-xf86-v33.
+ + restore terminfo.src entry for emu to using setf/setb, since it is
+ not, after all, generating ANSI sequences. Corrected missing comma
+ that caused setf/setb entries to merge.
+ + modify mousemask() to use keyok() to enable/disable KEY_MOUSE, so
+ that applications can disable ncurses' mouse and supply their own
+ handler.
+ + add extensions keyok() and define_key(). These are designed to allow
+ the user's application better control over the use of function keys,
+ e.g., disabling the ncurses KEY_MOUSE. (The define_key idea was from
+ a mailing-list thread started by kjahds@kjahds.com Nov'1995).
+ + restore original behavior in ncurses 'g' test, i.e., explicitly
+ set the keypad mode rather than use the default, since it confuses
+ people.
+ + rewrote the newdemo banner so it's readable (reported by Hugh Daniel).
+ + tidy up exit from hashtest (reported by Hugh Daniel).
+ + restore check for ^Q in ncurses 'g' test broken in 970510 (reported
+ by Hugh Daniel)
+ + correct tput program, checking return-value of setupterm (patch by
+ Florian La Roche).
+ + correct logic in pnoutrefresh() and pechochar() functions (reported
+ by Kriang Lerdsuwanakij <lerdsuwa@scf.usc.edu>). The computation
+ of 'wide' date to eric's #283 (1.9.9), and the pechochar bug to the
+ original implementation (1.9.6).
+ + correct typo in vt102-w terminfo.src entry (patch by Robert Wuest
+ <rwuest@sire.vt.com>)
+ + move calls of _nc_background() out of various loops, as its return
+ value will be the same for the whole window being operated on (patch
+ by J.T.Conklin).
+ + add macros getcur[xy] getbeg[xy] getpar[xy], which are defined in
+ SVr4 headers (patch by J.T.Conklin <jtc@NetBSD.ORG>)
+ + modify glibc addon-configure scripts (patch by H.J.Lu).
+ + correct a bug in hashmap.c: the size used for clearing the hashmap
+ table was incorrect, causing stack corruption for large values of
+ LINES, e.g., >MAXLINES/2 (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + eric's terminfo 9.13.23 & 9.13.24 changes: replaced minitel-2 entry,
+ added MGR, ansi-nt (note: the changes described for 9.13.24 have not
+ been applied).
+ > several changes by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + correct a missing error-return in form_driver.c when wrapping of a
+ field is not possible.
+ + correct logic in form_driver.c for configurations that do not have
+ memccpy() (reported by Sidik Isani <isani@cfht.hawaii.edu>)
+ + change several c++ binding functions to inline.
+ + modify c++ menu binding to inherit from panels, for proper
+ initialization.
+ + correct freeing of menu items in c++ binding.
+ + modify c++ binding to reflect removal of const from user data pointer
+ in forms/menus libraries.
+
+970524
+ + add description of xterm-16color.
+ + modify name of shared-library on *BSD to end with $(REL_VERSION)
+ rather than $(ABI_VERSION) to match actual convention on FreeBSD
+ (cf: 960713).
+ + add OpenBSD to shared-library case, same as NetBSD and FreeBSD
+ (reported by Hugh Daniel <hugh@rat.toad.com>).
+ + corrected include-dependency in menu/Makefile so that "make install"
+ works properly w/o first doing "make".
+ + add fallback definition for isascii, used in infocmp.
+ + modify xmas to use color, and to exit right away when a key is
+ pressed.
+ + modify gdc so that the scrolled digits function as described (there
+ was no time delay between the stages, and the digits overwrote the
+ bounding box without tidying up).
+ + modify lib_color.c to use setaf/setab only for the ANSI color codes
+ 0 through 7. Using 16 colors requires setf/setb.
+ + modify ncurses 'c' test to work with 16 colors, as well as the normal
+ 8 colors.
+ + remove const qualifier from user data pointer in forms and menus
+ libraries (patch by Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + rewrote 'waddchnstr()' to avoid using the _nc_waddch_nosync()
+ function, thereby not interpreting tabs, etc., as per spec (patch by
+ Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+
+970517
+ + suppress check for pre-existing ncurses header if the --prefix
+ option is specified.
+ + add configure options "--with-system-type" and "--with-system-release"
+ to assist in checking the generated makefiles.
+ + add configure option "--enable-rpath" to allow installers to specify
+ that programs linked against shared libraries will have their library
+ path embedded, allowing installs into nonstandard locations.
+ + add flags to OSF1 shared-library options to specify version and
+ symbol file (patch by Tim Mooney <mooney@dogbert.cc.ndsu.NoDak.edu>)
+ + add missing definition for ABI_VERSION to c++/Makefile.in (reported
+ by Satoshi Adachi <adachi@wisdom.aa.ap.titech.ac.jp>).
+ + modify link flags to accommodate HP-UX linker which embeds absolute
+ pathnames in executables linked against shared libraries (reported by
+ Jason Evans <jasone@mrc.uidaho.edu>, solved by Alan Shutko
+ <ats@hubert.wustl.edu>).
+ + drop unnecessary check for attribute-change in onscreen_mvcur() since
+ mvcur() is the only caller within the library, and that check in turn
+ is exercised only from lib_doupdate.c (patch by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + add 'blank' parameter to _nc_scroll_window() so _nc_mvcur_scrolln()
+ can use the background of stdscr as a parameter to that function
+ (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + moved _nc_mvcur_scrolln() from lib_mvcur.c to lib_doupdate.c, to use
+ the latter's internal functions, as well as to eliminate unnecessary
+ cursor save/restore operations (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + omit parameter of ClrUpdate(), since it is called only for newscr,
+ further optimized/reduced by using ClearScreen() and TransformLine()
+ to get rid of duplicate code (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + modify scrolling algorithm in _nc_scroll_optimize() to reject hunks
+ that are smaller than the distance to be moved (patch by Alexander V.
+ Lukyanov).
+ + correct a place where the panel library was not ifdef'd in ncurses.c
+ (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + documentation fixes (Juergen Pfeifer)
+
+970515 4.1 release for upload to prep.ai.mit.edu
+ + re-tag changes since 970505 as 4.1 release.
+
+970510
+ + modify ncurses 'g' test to allow mouse input
+ + modify default xterm description to include mouse.
+ + modify configure script to add -Wwrite-strings if gcc warnings are
+ enabled while configuring --enable-const (and fixed related warnings).
+ + add toggle, status display for keypad mode to ncurses 'g' test to
+ verify that keypad and scrollok are not inherited from parent window
+ during a call to newwin.
+ + correction to MKexpanded.sh to make it work when configure --srcdir is
+ used (reported by H.J.Lu).
+ + revise test for bool-type, ensuring that it checks if builtin.h is
+ available before including it, adding test for sizeof(bool) equal
+ to sizeof(short), and warning user if the size cannot be determined
+ (reported by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + add files to support configuration of ncurses as an add-on library
+ for GNU libc (patch by H.J.Lu <hjl@lucon.org>)
+
+970506
+ + correct buffer overrun in lib_traceatr.c
+ + modify change to lib_vidattr.c to avoid redundant orig_pair.
+ + turn on 'echo()' in hanoi.c, since it is initially off.
+ + rename local 'errno' variable in etip.h to avoid conflict with global
+ (H.J.Lu).
+ + modify configure script to cache LD, AR, AR_OPTS (patch by H.J.Lu
+ <hjl@lucon.org>)
+
+970505 4.1 pre-release
+ + regenerate the misc directory html dumps without the link list, which
+ is not useful.
+ + correct dependency in form directory makefile which caused unnecessary
+ recompiles.
+ + correct substitution for ABI_VERSION in test-makefile
+ + modify install rules for shared-library targets to remove the target
+ before installing, since some install programs do not properly handle
+ overwrite of symbolic links.
+ + change order of top-level targets so that 'include' immediate
+ precedes the 'ncurses' directory, reducing the time between new
+ headers and new libraries (requested by Larry Virden).
+ + modify lib_vidattr.c so that colors are turned off only before
+ modifying other attributes, turned on after others. This makes the
+ hanoi.c program display correctly on FreeBSD console.
+ + modify debug code in panel library to print user-data addresses
+ rather than the strings which they (may) point to.
+ + add check to ensure that C++ binding and demo are not built with g++
+ versions below 2.7, since the binding uses templates.
+ + modify c++ binding and demo to build and run with SGI's c++ compiler.
+ (It also compiles with the Sun SparcWorks compiler, but the demo does
+ not link, due to a vtbl problem).
+ + corrections to demo.cc, to fix out-of-scope variables (Juergen
+ Pfeifer).
+
+970503
+ + correct memory leak in _nc_trace_buf().
+ + add configure test for regexpr.h, for Unixware 1.x.
+ + correct missing "./" prefixing names of generated files in ncurses
+ directory.
+ + use single-quotes in configure scripts assignments for MK_SHARED_LIB
+ to workaround shell bug on FreeBSD 2.1.5
+ + remove tabs from intermediate #define's for GCC_PRINTF, GCC_SCANF
+ that caused incorrect result in ncurses_cfg.h
+ + correct initialization in lib_trace.c, which omitted version info.
+ + remove ech, el1 attributes from cons25w description; they appear to
+ malfunction in FreeBSD 2.1.5
+ + correct color attributes in terminfo.src and lib_color.c to match
+ SVr4 behavior by interchanging codes 1,4, 3,6 in the setf/setb
+ capabilities.
+ + use curs_set() rather than checks via tigetstr() for test programs
+ that hide the cursor: firework, rain, worm.
+ + ensure that if the terminal lacks change_scroll_region, parm_index
+ and parm_rindex are used only to scroll the whole screen (patch by
+ Peter Wemm).
+ + correct curs_set() logic, which did not return ERR if the requested
+ attributes did not exist, nor did it assume an unknown initial state
+ for the cursor (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + combine IDcTransformLine and NoIDcTransformLine to new TransformLine
+ function in lib_doupdate.c (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + correct hashmap.c, which did not update index information (patch by
+ Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + patch by Juergen Pfeifer for C++ binding and demo (see c++/NEWS)
+ + correct index in lib_instr.c (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + correct typo in 970426 patch from Tom's cleanup of lib_overlay.c
+ (Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+970426
+ + corrected cost computation in PutRange(), which was using
+ milliseconds compared to characters by adding two new members to the
+ SCREEN struct, _hpa_ch_cost and _cup_ch_cost.
+ + drop ncurses/lib_unctrl.c, add ncurses/MKunctrl.awk to generate a
+ const array of strings (suggested by Alexander V. Lukyanov, though
+ with a perl script 970118).
+ + rewrote ncurses 'b' test to better exercise magic-cookie (xmc), as
+ well as noting the attributes that are not supported by a terminal.
+ + trace the computation of cost values in lib_mvcur.c
+ + modify _nc_visbuf() to use octal rather than hex, corrected sign
+ extension bug in that function that caused buffer overflow.
+ + modify trace in lib_acs.c to use _nc_visbuf().
+ + suppress trace within _traceattr2().
+ + correct logic of _tracechtype2(), which did not account for repeats
+ or redefinition within an acsc string.
+ + modify debug-library version baudrate() to use environment variable
+ $BAUDRATE to override speed computation. This is needed for
+ regression testing.
+ + correct problems shown by "weblint -pedantic".
+ + update mailing-list information (now ncurses@bsdi.com).
+
+970419
+ + Improve form_field_validation.3x manpage to better describe the
+ precision parameter for TYPE_NUMERIC and TYPE_INTEGER. Provide more
+ precise information how the range checking can be avoided. (patch by
+ Juergen Pfeifer, reported by Bryan Henderson)
+ + change type of min/max value of form types TYPE_INTEGER to long to
+ match SVr4 documentation.
+ + set the form window to stdscr in set_form_win() so that form_win()
+ won't return null (patch by Juergen Pfeifer, reported by Bryan
+ Henderson <bryanh@giraffe.netgate.net>).
+
+970412
+ + corrected ifdef'ing of inline (from 970321) for TRACE vs C++.
+ + corrected toggle_attr_off() macro (patch by Andries.Brouwer).
+ + modify treatment of empty token in $MANPATH to /usr/man (reported by
+ <Andries.Brouwer@cwi.nl>)
+ + modify traces that record functions-called so that chtype and attr_t
+ values are expressed symbolically, to simplify reuse of generated
+ test-scripts on SVr4 regression testing.
+ + add new trace functions _traceattr2() and _tracechtype2()
+
+970405
+ + add configure option --enable-const, to support the use of 'const'
+ where XSI should have, but did not, specify. This defines
+ NCURSES_CONST, which is an empty token otherwise, for strict
+ compatibility.
+ + make processing of configure options more verbose by echoing the
+ --enable/--with values.
+ + add configure option --enable-big-core
+ + set initial state of software echo off as per XSI.
+ + check for C++ builtin.h header
+ + correct computation of absolute-path for $INSTALL that dropped "-c"
+ parameter from the expression.
+ + rename config.h to ncurses_cfg.h to avoid naming-conflict when ncurses
+ is integrated into larger systems (from diffs by H.J.Lu for libc).
+ + correct inequality in lib_doupdate.c that caused a single-char to not
+ be updated when the char on the right-margin was not blank, idcok()
+ was true (patch by Alexander V. Lukyanov 970124, also reported by
+ Kriang Lerdsuwanakij <lerdsuwa@scf-fs.usc.edu> 970329).
+ + modify 'clean' rule in include/Makefile so that files created by
+ configure script are removed in 'distclean' rule instead.
+
+970328
+ + correct array limit in tparam_internal(), add case to interpret "%x"
+ (patch by Andreas Schwab)
+ + rewrote number-parsing in ncurses.c 'd' test; it did not reset the
+ value properly when non-numeric characters were given (reported by
+ Andreas Schwab <schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>)
+
+970321
+ + move definition of __INTERNAL_CAPS_VISIBLE before include for
+ progs.priv.h (patch by David MacKenzie).
+ + add configuration summary, reordered check for default include
+ directory to better accommodate a case where installer is configuring
+ a second copy of ncurses (reported by Klaus Weide
+ <kweide@tezcat.com>)
+ + moved the #define for 'inline' as an empty token from the
+ $(CFLAGS_DEBUG) symbol into config.h, to avoid redefinition warning
+ (reported by Ward Horner).
+ + modify test for bool builtin type to use 'unsigned' rather than
+ 'unknown' when cross-compiling (reported by Ward Horner).
+
+970315
+ + add header dependencies so that "make install.libs" will succeed
+ even if "make all" is not done first.
+ + moved some macros from lib_doupdate.c to curses.priv.h to use in
+ expanded functions with ATAC.
+ + correct implementation of lib_instr.c; both XSI and SVr4 agree that
+ the winnstr functions can return more characters than will fit on one
+ line.
+
+970308
+ + modify script that generates lib_gen.c to support traces of called &
+ return.
+ + add new configure option "--disable-macros", for testing calls within
+ lib_gen.c
+ + corrected logic that screens level-checking of called/return traces.
+
+970301
+ + use new configure macro NC_SUBST to replace AC_PATH_PROG, better
+ addressing request by Ward Horner.
+ + check for cross-compiling before trying to invoke the autoconf
+ AC_FUNC_SETVBUF_REVERSED macro (reported by Ward Horner)
+ + correct/simplify loop in _nc_visbuf(), 970201 changes omitted
+ a pointer-increment.
+ + eliminate obsolete symbol SHARED_ABI from dist.mk (noted by
+ Florian La Roche).
+
+970215
+ + add configure option --enable-expanded, together with code that
+ implements an expanded form of certain complex macros, for testing
+ with ATAC.
+ + disable CHECK_POSITION unless --with-assertions is configured
+ (Alexander Lukyanov pointed out that this is redundant).
+ + use keyname() to show traced chtype values where applicable rather
+ than _tracechar(), which truncates the value to 8-bits.
+ + minor fixes to TRACE_ICALLS, added T_CREATE, TRACE_CCALLS macros.
+ + modify makefiles in progs and test directories to avoid using C
+ preprocessor options on link commands (reported by Ward Horner)
+ + correct ifdef/include-order for nc_alloc.h vs lib_freeall.c (reported
+ by Ward Horner)
+ + modify ifdef's to use configure-defined symbols consistently
+ (reported by Ward Horner)
+ + add/use new makefile symbols AR, AR_OPTS and LD to assist in non-UNIX
+ ports (reported by Ward Horner <whorner@tsi-telsys.com>)
+ + rename struct try to struct tries, to avoid name conflict with C++
+ (reported by Gary Johnson).
+ + modify worm.c to hide cursor while running.
+ + add -Wcast-qual to gcc warnings, fix accordingly.
+ + use PutChar rather than PutAttrChar in ClrToEOL to properly handle
+ wrapping (Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + correct spurious echoing of input in hanoi.c from eric's #291 & #292
+ patches (reported by Vernon C. Hoxie <vern@zebra.alphacdc.com>).
+ + extend IRIX configuration to IRIX64
+ + supply missing install.libs rule needed after restructuring
+ test/Makefile.in
+
+970208
+ + modify "make mostlyclean" to leave automatically-generated source
+ in the ncurses directory, for use in cross-compiles.
+ + autogenerated object-dependencies for test directory
+ + add configure option --with-rcs-ids
+ + modify configuration scripts to generate major/minor/patch versions
+ (suggested by Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + supply missing va_end's in lib_scanw.c
+ + use stream I/O for trace-output, to eliminate fixed-size buffer
+ + add TRACE_ICALLS definition/support to lib_trace.c
+ + modify Ada95 binding to work with GNAT 3.09 (Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+970201
+ + add/modify traces for called/return values to simplify extraction
+ for test scripts.
+ + changed _nc_visbuf to quote its result, and to dynamically allocate
+ the returned buffer.
+ + invoke ldconfig after installing shared library
+ + modify install so that overwrite applies to shared library -lcurses
+ in preference to static library (reported by Zeyd 960928).
+ + correct missing ';' in 961221 mod to overwrite option use of $(LN_S).
+ + fixes to allow "make install" to work without first doing a "make
+ all" (suggested by Larry Virden).
+
+970125
+ + correct order of #ifdef for TABS_OK.
+ + instrumented toe.c to test memory-leaks.
+ + correct memory-deallocation in toe.c (patch by Jesse Thilo).
+ + include <sys/types.h> in configuration test for regex.h (patch by
+ Andreas Schwab)
+ + make infocmp recognize -I option, for SVr4 compatibility (reported by
+ Andreas Schwab <schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>)
+
+970118
+ + add extension 'use_default_colors()', modified test applications that
+ use default background (firework, gdc, hanoi, knight, worm) to
+ demonstrate.
+ + correct some limit checks in lib_doupdate.c exposed while running
+ worm.
+ + use typeCalloc macro for readability.
+ + add/use definition for CONST to accommodate testing with Solaris
+ (SVr4) curses, which doesn't use 'const' in its prototypes.
+ + modify ifdef's in test/hashtest.c and test/view.c to compile with
+ Solaris curses.
+ + modify _tracedump() to pad pad colors & attrs lines to match change
+ in 970101 showing first/last changes.
+ + corrected location of terminating null on dynamically allocated forms
+ fields (patch by Per Foreby).
+
+970111
+ + added headers to make view.c compile on SCO with the resizeterm()
+ code (i.e., struct winsize) - though this compiles, I don't have a
+ suitable test configuration since SIGWINCH doesn't pass my network to
+ that machine - T.Dickey.
+ + update test/configure.in to supply some default substitutions.
+ + modify configure script to add -lncurses after -lgpm to fix problem
+ linking against static libraries.
+ + add a missing noraw() to test/ncurses.c (places noted by Jeremy
+ Buhler)
+ + add a missing wclear() to test/testcurs.c (patch by Jeremy Buhler
+ <jbuhler@cs.washington.edu>)
+ + modify headers to accommodate compilers that don't allow duplicate
+ "#define" lines for NCURSES_VERSION (reported by Larry W. Virden
+ <lvirden@cas.org>)
+ + fix formatting glitch in curs_getch.3x (patch by Jesse Thilo).
+ + modify lib_doupdate to make el, el1 and ed optimization use the
+ can_clear_with macro, and change EmitRange to allow leaving cursor at
+ the middle of interval, rather than always at the end (patch by
+ Alexander Lukyanov originally 960929, resync 970106).
+
+970104
+ + workaround defect in autoconf 2.12 (which terminates configuration
+ if no C++ compiler is found) by adding an option --without-cxx.
+ + modify several man-pages to use tbl, where .nf/.fi was used (reported
+ by Jesse Thilo).
+ + correct font-codes in some man-pages (patch by Jesse Thilo
+ <Jesse.Thilo@pobox.com>)
+ + use configure script's knowledge of existence of g++ library for the
+ c++ Makefile (reported by Paul Jackson).
+ + correct misleading description of --datadir configuration option
+ (reported by Paul Jackson <pj@sam.engr.sgi.com>)
+
+970101
+ + several corrections to _nc_mvcur_scrolln(), prompted by a bug report
+ from Peter Wemm:
+ > the logic for non_dest_scroll_region was interchanged between the
+ forward & reverse scrolling cases.
+ > multiple returns from the function allowed certain conditions to do
+ part of an operation before discovering that it couldn't be
+ completed, returning an error without restoring the cursor.
+ > some returns were ERR, where the function had completed the
+ operation, because the insert/delete line logic was improperly
+ tested (this was probably the case Peter saw).
+ > contrary to comments, some scrolling cases were tested after the
+ insert/delete line method.
+ + modify _tracedump() to show first/last changes.
+ + modify param of ClrUpdate() in lib_doupdate.c to 'newscr', fixes
+ refresh problem (reported by Peter Wemm) that caused nvi to not show
+ result of ":r !ls" until a ^L was typed.
+
+961229 (internal alpha)
+ + correct some of the writable-strings warnings (reported by Gary
+ Johnson <gjohnson@season.com>). Note that most of the remaining ones
+ are part of the XSI specification, and can't be "fixed".
+ + improve include-dependencies in form, menu, panel directories.
+ + correct logic of delay_output(), which would return early if
+ there is data on stdin.
+ + modify interface & logic of _nc_timed_wait() to support 2 file
+ descriptors, needed for GPM.
+ + integrate patch by Andrew Kuchling <amk@magnet.com> for GPM (mouse)
+ support, correcting logic in wgetch() and _nc_mouse_parse() which
+ prevented patch from working properly.
+ + improve performance of panel algorithm (Juergen Pfeifer 961203).
+ + strip RCS id's from generated .html files in Ada95 subtree.
+ + resync with generated .html files (Juergen Pfeifer 961223).
+ + terminfo.src 10.1.0 from Eric.
+
+961224 4.0 release
+ + release as 4.0 to accommodate Linux ld.so.1.8.5
+ + correct syntax/spelling, regenerated .doc files from .html using
+ lynx 2.5
+ + refined forms/menus makefiles (Juergen Pfeifer 961223).
+
+961221 - snapshot
+ + remove logic in read_entry.c that attempts to refine errno by using
+ 'access()' for the directory (from patch by Florian La Roche).
+ + correct configure test/substitution that inhibits generating
+ include-path to /usr/include if gcc is used (reported by Florian La
+ Roche).
+ + modify setupterm() to allocate new TERMINAL for each call, just as
+ solaris' curses does (Alexander Lukyanov 960829).
+ + corrected memory leaks in read_entry.c
+ + add configure options --with-dbmalloc, --with-dmalloc, and
+ --disable-leaks, tested by instrumenting infocmp, ncurses programs.
+ + move #include's for stdlib.h and string.h to *.priv.h to accommodate
+ use of dbmalloc.
+ + modify use of $(LN_S) to follow recommendation in autoconf 2.12,
+ i.e., set current directory before linking.
+ + split-out panel.priv.h, improve dependencies for forms, menus
+ (Juergen Pfeifer 961204).
+ + modify _nc_freewin() to reset globals curscr/newscr/stdscr when
+ freeing the corresponding WINDOW (Purify).
+ + modify delwin() to return ERR if the window to be deleted has
+ subwindows, needed as a side-effect of resizeterm() (Purify). Tested
+ and found that SVr4 curses behaves this way.
+ + implement logic for _nc_freeall(), bringing stub up to date.
+
+961215
+ + modify wbkgd() so that it doesn't set nulls in the rendered text,
+ even if its argument doesn't specify a character (fixes test case by
+ Juergen Pfeifer for bug-report).
+ + set window-attributes in wbkgd(), to simplify comparison against
+ Solaris curses, which does this.
+
+961214 - snapshot
+ + replace most constants in ncurses 'o' test by expressions, making it
+ work with wider range of screen sizes.
+ + add options to ncurses.c to specify 'e' test softkey format, and the
+ number of header/footer lines to rip-off.
+ + add ^R (repaint after resize), ^L (refresh) commands to ncurses 'p'
+ test.
+ + add shell-out (!) command to ncurses 'p' test to allow test of
+ resize between endwin/refresh.
+ + correct line-wrap case in mvcur() by emitting carriage return,
+ overlooked in 960928, but needed due to SVr4 compatibility changes to
+ terminal modes in 960907.
+ + correct logic in wresize that causes new lines to be allocated,
+ broken for the special case of increasing rows only in 960907's fix
+ for subwindows.
+ + modify configure script to generate $(LDFLAGS) with -L and -l options
+ in preference to explicit library filenames. (NOTE: this may
+ require further amending, since I vaguely recall a dynamic loader
+ that did not work properly without the full names, but it should be
+ handled as an exception to the rule, since some linkers do bulk
+ inclusion of libraries when given the full name - T.Dickey).
+ + modify configure script to allow user-supplied $CFLAGS to set the
+ debug-option in all libraries (requested by lots of people).
+ + use return consistently from main(), rather than exit (reported by
+ Florian La Roche).
+ + add --enable-getcap-cache option to configure, normally disabled
+ (requested by Florian La Roche).
+ + make configure test for gettimeofday() and possibly -lbsd more
+ efficient (requested by Florian La Roche florian@knorke.saar.de)
+ + minor adjustments to Ada95 binding (patches by Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + correct attributes after emitting orig_pair in lib_vidattr.c (patch
+ by lav@yars.free.net).
+
+961208
+ + corrected README wrt Ada95 (Juergen Pfeifer)
+
+961207 - snapshot
+ + integrate resizeterm() into doupdate(), so that if screen size
+ changes between endwin/refresh, ncurses will resize windows to fit
+ (this needs additional testing with pads and softkeys).
+ + add, for memory-leak testing, _nc_freeall() entrypoint to free all
+ data used in ncurses library.
+ + initialize _nc_idcok, _nc_idlok statically to resolve discrepancy
+ between initscr() and newwin() initialization (reported by
+ lav@yars.free.net).
+ + test built VERSION=4.0, SHARED_ABI=4 with Linux ld.so.1.8.5
+ (set beta versions to those values -- NOTE that subsequent pre-4.0
+ beta may not be interchangeable).
+ + modify configure script to work with autoconf 2.12
+
+961130 1.9.9g release
+ + add copyright notices to configuration scripts (written by Thomas
+ Dickey).
+
+961127
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer (mostly for panel):
+ + cosmetic improvement for a few routines in the ncurses core library
+ to avoid warning messages.
+ + the panel overlap detection was broken
+ + the panel_window() function was not fool-proof.
+ + Some inlining...
+ + Cosmetic changes (also to avoid warning messages when compiling with
+ -DTRACE).
+
+961126
+ > patch by Juergen Pfeifer:
+ + eliminates warning messages for the compile of libform.
+ + inserts Per Foreby's new field type TYPE_IPV4 into libform.
+ + Updates man page and the Ada95 binding to reflect this.
+ + Improves inlining in libmenu and libform.
+
+961120
+ + improve the use of the "const" qualifier in the
+ panel library (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + change set_panel_userptr() and panel_userptr() to use void*
+ (Juergen Pfeifer)
+
+961119
+ + change ABI to 3.4
+ + package with 961119 version of Ada95 binding (fixes for gnat-3.07).
+ (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + correct initialization of the stdscr pseudo panel in panel library
+ (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + use MODULE_ID (rcs keywords) in forms and menus libraries (Juergen
+ Pfeifer).
+ > patch #324 by Eric.
+ + typo in curs_termcap man page (reported by Hendrik Reichel
+ <106065.2344@compuserve.com>)
+ + change default xterm entry to xterm-r6.
+ + add entry for color_xterm
+
+961116 - snapshot
+ + lint found several functions that had only #define implementations
+ (e.g., attr_off), modified curses.h.in to generate them as per XSI
+ Curses requirement that every macro be available as a function.
+ + add check in infocmp.c to guard against string compare of
+ CANCELLED_STRING values.
+ + modify firework.c, rain.c to hide cursor while running.
+ + correct missing va_end in lib_tparm.c
+ + modify hanoi.c to work on non-color terminals, and to use timing
+ delays when in autoplay mode.
+ + correct 'echochar()' to refresh immediately (reported by Adrian
+ Garside 94ajg2@eng.cam.ac.uk)
+ > patch #322 by eric:
+ + reorganize terminfo.src entries for xterm.
+
+961109 - snapshot
+ + corrected error in line-breakout logic (lib_doupdate.c)
+ + modified newdemo to use wgetch(win) rather than getch() to eliminate
+ a spurious clear-screen.
+ + corrected ifdef's for 'poll()' configuration.
+ + added modules to ncurses, form, menu for Ada95 binding (Juergen
+ Pfeifer).
+ + modify set_field_buffer() to allow assignment of string longer than
+ the initial buffer length, and to return the complete string rather
+ than only the initial size (Juergen Pfeifer and Per Foreby
+ <perf@efd.lth.se>).
+
+961102 - snapshot
+ + configure for 'poll()' in preference to 'select()', since older
+ systems are more likely to have a broken 'select()'.
+ + modified render_char() to avoid OR'ing colors.
+ + minor fixes to testcurs.c, newdemo.c test programs: ifdef'd out the
+ resize test, use wbkgd and corrected box() parameters.
+ + make flushinp() test work in ncurses.c by using napms() instead of
+ sleep().
+ + undo Eric's changes to xterm-x11r6 (it no longer matched the X11R6.1
+ distribution, as stated)
+ + terminfo 9.13.18 (resync by Eric)
+ + check for getenv("HOME") returning null (Eric).
+ + change buffer used to decode xterm-mouse commands to unsigned to
+ handle displays wider than 128 chars (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + correct typo curs_outopts.3x (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + correct limit-checking in wenclose() (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + correction to Peter Wemm's newwin change (Thomas Fehr <fehr@suse.de>).
+ + corrections to logic that combines colors and attributes; they must
+ not be OR'd (Juergen Pfeifer, extending from report/patch by Rick
+ Marshall).
+
+961026 - snapshot
+ + reset flags in 'getwin()' that might cause refresh to attempt to
+ manipulate the non-existent parent of a window that is read from a
+ file (lib_screen.c).
+ + restructure _nc_timed_wait() to log more information, and to try to
+ recover from badly-behaved 'select()' calls (still testing this).
+ + move define for GOOD_SELECT into configure script.
+ + corrected extra '\' character inserted before ',' in comp_scan.c
+ + corrected expansion of %-format characters in dump_entry.c; some were
+ rendered as octal constants.
+ + modify dump_entry.c to make terminfo output more readable and like
+ SVr4, by using "\s" for spaces (leading/trailing only), "\," for
+ comma, "\^" and "\:" as well.
+ + corrected some memory leaks in ncurses.c, and a minor logic error
+ in the top-level command-parser.
+ + correction for label format 4 (PC style with info line), a
+ slk_clear(), slk_restore() sequence didn't redraw the info line
+ (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + modified the slk window (if simulated) to inherit the background and
+ default character attributes from stdscr (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + corrected limit-check in set_top_row (Juergen Pfeifer).
+
+961019 - snapshot
+ + correct loop-limit in wnoutrefresh(), bug exposed during pipe-testing
+ had '.lastchar' entry one beyond '._maxx'.
+ + modify ncurses test-program to work with data piped to it.
+ + corrected pathname computation in run_tic.sh, removing extra "../"
+ (reported by Tim Mooney).
+ + modified configure script to use previous install's location for
+ curses.h
+ + added NetBSD and FreeBSD to platforms that use --prefix=/usr as
+ a default.
+
+961013
+ + revised xterm terminfo descriptions to reflect the several versions
+ that are available.
+ + corrected a pointer reference in dump_entry.c that didn't test if
+ the pointer was -1.
+
+961005 - snapshot
+ + correct _nc_mvcur_scrolln for terminals w/o scrolling region.
+ + add -x option to hashtest to control whether it allows writes to the
+ lower-right corner.
+ + ifdef'd (NCURSES_TEST) the logic for _nc_optimize_enable to make it
+ simpler to construct tests (for double-check of _nc_hash_map tests).
+ + correct ifdef's for c++ in curses.h
+ + change default xterm type to xterm-x11r6.
+ + correct quoting in configure that made man-pages installed with
+ $datadir instead of actual terminfo path.
+ + correct whitespace in include/Caps, which caused kf11, clr_eol and
+ clr_end to be omitted from terminfo.5
+ + fix memory leaks in delscreen() (adapted from Alexander Lukyanov).
+ + improve appearance of marker in multi-selection menu (Juergen
+ Pfeifer)
+ + fix behaviour for forms with all fields inactive (Juergen
+ Pfeifer)
+ + document 'field_index()' (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ > patch #321 by eric:
+ + add some more XENIX keycap translations to include/Caps.
+ + modify newwin to set initial state of each line to 'touched'
+ (from patch by Peter Wemm <peter@spinner.dialix.com>)
+ + in SET_TTY, replace TCSANOW with TCSADRAIN (Alexander Lukyanov).
+
+960928 - snapshot
+ + ifdef'd out _nc_hash_map (still slower)
+ + add graphic characters to vt52 description.
+ + use PutAttrChar in ClrToEOL to ensure proper background, position.
+ + simplify/correct logic in 'mvcur()' that does wrapping; it was
+ updating the position w/o actually moving the cursor, which broke
+ relative moves.
+ + ensure that 'doupdate()' sets the .oldindex values back to a sane
+ state; this was causing a spurious refresh in ncurses 'r'.
+ + add logic to configure (from vile) to guard against builders who
+ don't remove config.cache & config.status when doing new builds.
+ + corrected logic for 'repeat_char' in EmitRange (from #317), which
+ did not follow the 2-parameter scheme specified in XSI.
+ + corrected logic of wrefresh, wnoutrefresh broken in #319, making
+ clearok work properly (from report by Michael Elkins).
+ + corrected problem with endwin introduced by #314 (removing the
+ scrolling-region reset) that broke ncurses.c tests.
+ + corrected order of args in AC_CHECK_LIB (from report by Ami Fischman
+ <fischman@math.ucla.edu>).
+ + corrected formatting of terminfo.5 tables (Juergen Ehling)
+ > patch 320 by eric:
+ + change ABI to 3.3
+ + emit a carriage-return in 'endwin()' to workaround a kernel bug in
+ BSDI. (requested by Mike Karels <karels@redrock.bsdi.com>)
+ + reverse the default o configure --enable-termcap (consensus).
+ > patch 319 by eric:
+ + modified logic for clearok and related functions (from report by
+ Michael Elkins) - untested
+ > patch 318 by eric:
+ + correction to #317.
+ > patch 317 by eric:
+ + re-add _nc_hash_map
+ + modify EmitRange to maintain position as per original design.
+ + add hashtest.c, program to time the hashmap optimization.
+ > patch 316 by eric:
+ + add logic to deal with magic-cookie (how was this tested?)
+ (lib_doupdate.c).
+ + add ncurses.c driver for magic-cookie, some fixes to ncurses.c
+ > patch 315 by eric:
+ + merged A. Lukyanov's patch to use ech and rep - untested
+ (lib_doupdate.c).
+ + modified handling of interrupted system calls - untested
+ (lib_getch.c, lib_twait.c).
+ + new function _nc_mvcur_resume()
+ + fix return value for 'overlay()', 'overwrite()'
+
+960914 - snapshot
+ + implement subwindow-logic in wresize, minor fixes to ncurses 'g'
+ test.
+ + corrected bracketing of fallback.c (reported/suggested fix by Juergen
+ Ehling <eh@eclipse.aball.de>).
+ + update xterm-color to reflect XFree86 3.1.3G release.
+ + correct broken dtterm description from #314 patch (e.g., spurious
+ newline. The 'pairs' change might work, but no one's tested it
+ either ;-)
+ + clarify the documentation for the builtin form fieldtypes (Juergen
+ Pfeifer)
+ > patch 314 by eric:
+ + Enhancement suggested by A. Lukyanov -- reset scroll region on
+ startup rather than at wrapup time.
+ + Fix suggested by A. Lukyanov, make storage of palette tables
+ and their size counts per-screen for multi-terminal applications.
+ + Improved error reporting for infotocap translation errors.
+ + Update terminfo.src to 9.13.14.
+
+960907 - snapshot
+ + rewrote wgetstr to make it erase control chars and also fix bogus use
+ of _nc_outstr which caused the display to not wrap properly (display
+ problem reported by John M. Flinchbaugh <glynis@netrax.net>)
+ + modify ncurses 'f' test to accommodate terminal responses to C1 codes
+ (and split up this screen to accommodate non-ANSI terminals).
+ + test enter_insert_mode and exit_insert_mode in has_ic().
+ + removed bogus logic in mvcur that assumes nl/nonl set output modes
+ (XSI says they are input modes; SVr4 implements this).
+ + added macros SET_TTY, GET_TTY to term.h
+ + correct getstr() logic that altered terminal modes w/o restoring.
+ + disable ICRNL, etc., during initialization to match SVr4, removing
+ the corresponding logic from raw, cbreak, etc.
+ + disable ONLCR during initialization, to match SVr4 (this is needed
+ for cursor optimization when the cursor-down is a newline).
+ + replaced Eric's imitation of wresize with my original (his didn't
+ work).
+
+960831 - snapshot
+ + memory leaks (Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + modified pnoutrefresh() to be more tolerant of too-large screen
+ size (reported by Michael Elkins).
+ + correct handling of terminfo files with no strings (Philippe De
+ Muyter)
+ + correct "tic -s" to take into account -I, -C options.
+ + modify ncurses 'f' test to not print codes 80 through 9F, since they
+ are considered control codes by ANSI terminals.
+
+960824 - snapshot
+ + correct speed variable-type in 'tgetent()' (reported by Peter Wemm)
+ + make "--enable-getcap" configuration-option work (reported by
+ Peter Wemm <peter@spinner.DIALix.COM>)
+
+960820
+ + correct err in 960817 that changed return-value of tigetflag()
+ (reported by Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+ + modify infocmp to use library default search-path for terminfo
+ directory (Alexander V. Lukyanov).
+
+960817 - snapshot
+ + corrected an err in mvcur that broke resizing-behavior.
+ + correct fall-thru behavior of _nc_read_entry(), which was not finding
+ descriptions that existed in directories past the first one searched
+ (reported by Alexander V. Lukyanov)
+ + corrected typo in dtterm description.
+ > patch 313 by eric:
+ + add dtterm description
+ + clarify ncurses 'i' test (drop vscanf subtest)
+
+960810 - snapshot
+ + correct nl()/nonl() to work as per SVr4 & XSI.
+ + minor fixes to ncurses.c (use 'noraw()', mvscanw return-code)
+ + refine configure-test for -g option (Tim Mooney).
+ + correct interaction between O_BLANK and NEW_LINE request in form
+ library (Juergen Pfeifer)
+
+960804
+ + revised fix to tparm; previous fix reversed parameter order.
+ > patch 312 by eric:
+ correct terminfo.src corrupted by #310
+ > patch 311 by eric:
+ + fix idlok() and idcok() and the default of the idlok switch.
+
+960803 - snapshot
+ + corrected tparm to handle capability strings without explicit pop
+ (reported by William P Setzer)
+ + add fallback def for GCC_NORETURN, GCC_UNUSED for termcap users
+ (reported by Tim Mooney).
+ > patch 310 by eric:
+ + documentation and prototyping errors for has_color, immedok and idcok
+ (reported by William P Setzer <wsetzer@pams.ncsu.edu>)
+ + updated qnx terminfo entry (by Michael Hunter)
+
+960730
+ + eliminate quoted includes in ncurses subdirectory, ensure config.h
+ is included first.
+ + newterm initializes terminal settings the same as initscr (reported
+ by Tim Mooney).
+
+960727 - snapshot
+ + call cbreak() in initscr(), as per XSI & SVr4.
+ + turn off hardware echo in initscr() as per XSI & SVr4
+ > patch 309 by eric:
+ + terminfo changes (9.3.10), from BRL
+ + add more checks to terminfo parser.
+ + add more symbols to infocmp.
+
+960720 - snapshot
+ + save previous-attribute in lib_vidattr.c if SP is null (reported by
+ Ju"rgen Fluk <louis@dachau.marco.de>)
+ + corrected calls on _nc_render so that background character is set
+ as per XSI.
+ + corrected wbkgdset macro (XSI allows background character to be null),
+ and tests that use it.
+ + more corrections to terminfo (xterm & rxvt)
+ + undid change to mcprint prototype (cannot use size_t in curses.h
+ because not all systems declare it in the headers that we can safely
+ include therein).
+ + move the ifdefs for errno into curses.priv.h
+ > patch 308 by eric:
+ + terminfo changes (9.3.8)
+ + modified logic of error-reporting in terminfo parser
+
+960713 - snapshot
+ + always check for <sys/bsdtypes.h> since ISC needs it to declare
+ fd_set (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + install shared-libraries on NetBSD/FreeBSD with ABI-version (reported
+ by several people: Juergen Pfeifer, Mike Long)
+ + add LOCAL_LDFLAGS2 symbol (Juergen Pfeifer)
+ + corrected prototype for delay_output() -- bump ABI to 3.2
+ + terminfo patches #306/307 from Eric.
+ + moved logic that filters out rmul and rmso from setupterm to newterm
+ where it is less likely to interfere with termcap applications.
+
+960707
+ + rollback Eric's #305 change to terminfo.src (it breaks existing
+ applications, e.g., 'less 290').
+ + correct path of edit_man.sh, and fix typo that made all man-pages
+ preformatted.
+ + restore man/menu_requestname.3x omitted in Zeyd's resync (oops).
+ + auto-configure the GCC_PRINTFLIKE/GCC_SCANFLIKE macros (reported by
+ Philippe De Muyter).
+
+960706 - snapshot
+ + make lib_vidattr.c more readable using macros.
+ + filter out rmul, rmso that conflict with sgr0 when reading terminal
+ descriptions.
+ + added sanity-checking of various paired string attributes (Eric).
+ + work around autoconf bug, force $INSTALL to absolute path.
+ (reported by Zeyd).
+ + modify man-page install for BSDI to install preformatted .0 files
+ (reported by David MacKenzie).
+ + add/use gcc __attribute__ for printf and scanf in curses.h
+ + added SGR attributes test-case to ncurses
+ + revised ncurses 't' logic to show trace-disable effect in the menu.
+ + use getopt in ncurses program to process -s and -t options.
+ + make ncurses 'p' legend toggle with '?'
+ + disable scrollok during the ncurses 'p' test; if it is enabled the
+ stdscr will scroll when putting the box-corners in the lower-right
+ of the screen.
+
+960629 - snapshot
+ + check return code of _nc_mvcur_scrolln() in _nc_scroll_optimize() for
+ terminals with no scrolling-support (reported by Nikolay Shadrin
+ <queen@qh.mirea.ac.ru>)
+ + added ^S scrollok-toggle to ncurses 'g' test.
+ + added ^T trace-toggle to ncurses tests.
+ + modified ncurses test program to use ^Q or ESC consistently for
+ terminating tests (rather than ^D), and to use control keys rather
+ than function keys in 'g' test.
+ + corrected misplaced wclrtoeol calls in addch to accommodate wrapping
+ (reported by Philippe De Muyter).
+ + modify lib_doupdate.c to use effective costs to tradeoff between
+ delete-character/insert-character vs normal updating (reported by
+ David MacKenzie).
+ + compute effective costs for screen update operations (e.g., clr_eos,
+ delete_character).
+ + corrected error in knight.c exposed by wrap fixes in 960622; the
+ msgwin needed scrollok set.
+ + corrected last change to IDcTransformLine logic to avoid conflict
+ between PutRange and InsStr
+ + modified run_tic.sh to not use /usr/tmp (reported by David MacKenzie),
+ and further revised it and aclocal.m4 to use $TMPDIR if set.
+ + corrected off-by-one in RoomFor call in read_entry.c
+
+960622 - snapshot
+ + modified logic that wraps cursor in addch to follow the XSI spec,
+ (implemented in SVr4) which states that the cursor position is
+ updated when wrapping. Renamed _NEED_WRAP to _WRAPPED to reflect the
+ actual semantics.
+ + added -s option to tic, to provide better diagnostics in run_tic.sh
+ + improved error-recovery for tabset install.
+ + change ABI to 3.1 (dropped tparam, corrected getbkgd(), added
+ _yoffset to WINDOW).
+ + modified initialization of SP->_ofp so that init_acs() is called with
+ the "right" file pointer (reported by Rick Marshall <rjm@nlc.net.au>
+ + documentation fixes (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + corrected, using new SCREEN and WINDOW members, the behavior of
+ ncurses if one uses ripoffline() to remove a line from the top of the
+ screen (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + modified autoconf scripts to prepare for Ada95 (GNAT) binding to
+ ncurses (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + incorrect buffer-size in _nc_read_entry, reported by Eric Raymond.
+
+960617
+ + corrected two logic errors in read_entry.c, write_entry.c (called by
+ tic, the write/read of terminfo entries used inconsistent rules for
+ locating the entries; the $TERMINFO_DIRS code would find only the
+ first entry in a list).
+ + refined pathname computation in run_tic.sh and shlib.
+ + corrected initialization of $IP in misc/run_tic.sh
+
+960615 - snapshot
+ + ifdef'd out _nc_hash_map() call because it does not improve speed.
+ + display version of gcc if configure script identifies it.
+ + modify configure script to use /usr as Linux's default prefix.
+ + modify run_tic.sh to use shlib script, fixes some problems installing
+ with a shared-library configuration.
+ + adjusted configure script so that it doesn't run tests with the
+ warnings turned on, which makes config.log hard to read.
+ + added 'lint' rule to top-level Makefile.
+ + added configure option '--with-install-prefix' for use by system
+ builders to install into staging locations (from request by
+ charles@comm.polymtl.ca)
+ + corrected autoconfigure for Debian man program; it's not installed
+ as "man_db".
+ + set noecho in 'worm'; it was ifdef'd for debug only
+ + updated test/configure.in for timing-display in ncurses 'p' test
+ + corrected misspelled 'getbkgd()'.
+ + corrected wbkgdset to work like observed syvr4 (sets A_CHARTEXT part
+ to blank if no character given, copies attributes to window's
+ attributes).
+ + modified lib_doupdate.c to use lower-level SP's current_attr state
+ instead of curscr's state, since it is redundant.
+ + correction to IDcTransformLine logic which controls where InsStr is
+ invoked (refined by lav@yars.free.net).
+ > patches 303 by eric
+ + conditionally include Chris Torek's hash function _nc_hash_map().
+ + better fix for nvi refresh-bug (Rick Marshall)
+ + fix for bug in handling of interrupted keystroke waits,
+ (Werner Fleck).
+
+960601 - snapshot
+ + auto-configure man-page compression-format and renames for Debian.
+ + corrected several typos in curses.h.in (i.e., the mvXXXX macros).
+ + re-order curses.priv.h for lint.
+ + added rules for lintlib, lint
+ + corrected ifdef for BROKEN_LINKER in MKnames.awk.in
+ + corrected missing INSTALL_DATA in misc/Makefile.in
+ + flush output when changing cursor-visibility (Rick Marshall)
+ + fix a minor bug in the _nc_ripoff() routine and improve error checking
+ when creating the label window (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + enhancement to the control over the new PC-style soft key format.
+ allow caller now to select whether or not one wants to have
+ the index-line; see curs_slk.3x for documentation (Juergen Pfeifer).
+ + typos, don't use inline with -g (Philippe De Muyter)
+ + fixes for menus & wattr-, slk-functions (Juergen Pfeifer)
+
+960526 - snapshot
+ + removed --with-ticdir option altogether, maintain compatibility with
+ existing applications via symbolic link in run_tic.sh
+ + patch for termio.h, signal (Philippe De Muyter)
+ + auto-configure gcc warning options rather than infer from version.
+ + auto-configure __attribute__ for different gcc versions.
+ + corrected special use of clearok() in hardscroll.c by resetting flag
+ in wrefresh().
+ + include stdlib.h before defs for EXIT_SUCCESS, for OSF/1.
+ + include sys/types.h in case stdlib.h does not declare size_t.
+ + fixes for makefile (Tim Mooney)
+ + fixes for menus & forms (Juergen.Pfeifer@T-Online.de)
+
+960518 - snapshot
+ + revised ncurses.c panner test, let pad abut all 4 sides of screen.
+ + refined case in lib_doupdate.c for ClrToEOL().
+ + corrected prior change for PutRange (Alexander V. Lukyanov:
+ lav@yars.free.net).
+ + autoconf mods (Tim Mooney: mooney@dogbert.cc.ndsu.NoDak.edu).
+ + locale fix for forms (Philippe De Muyter: phdemuyt@ulb.ac.be)
+ + renamed "--with-datadir" option to "--with-ticdir" to avoid
+ confusion, and made this check for the /usr/lib/terminfo pre-existing
+ directory.
+ > patches 299-301 by eric:
+ + added hashmap.c
+ + mods to tracing, especially for ACS chars.
+ + corrected off-by-one in IDCtransform.
+ + corrected intermittent mouse bug by using return-value from read().
+ + mods to parse_entry.c, for smarter defaults.
+
+960512
+ + use getopt in 'tic'; added -L option and modified -e option to allow
+ list from a file.
+
+960511
+ + don't use fixed buffer-size in tparm().
+ + modified tic to create terminfo directory if it doesn't exist.
+ + added -T options to tic and infocmp (for testing/analysis)
+ + refined the length criteria for termcap and terminfo
+ + optimize lib_doupdate with memcpy, PutRange
+ > patches 297, 298 by eric
+ + implement TERMINFO_DIRS, and -o option of tic
+ + added TRACE_IEVENT
+ + removed boolean version of 'getm'
+ + added lib_print.c (for Rick Marshall)
+ + added has_key()
+ + added 't' to ncurses.c test.
+ + moved delay_output() to lib_tputs.c
+ + removed tparam().
+ + misc cursor & optimization fixes.
+
+960504 - snapshot
+ + modified ncurses 'p' test to allow full-screen range for panner size.
+ + fixes for locale (phdm@labauto1.ulb.ac.be)
+ + don't use fixed buffer-size in fmt_entry().
+ + added usage-message to 'infocmp'.
+ + modified install.includes rules to prepend subdirectory-name to
+ "#include" if needed.
+
+960430
+ + protect wrefresh, wnoutrefresh from invocation with pad argument.
+ + corrected default CCFLAGS in test/Makefile.
+
+960428 - snapshot
+ + implemented logic to support terminals with background color erase
+ (e.g., rxvt and the newer color xterm).
+ + improved screen update logic (off-by-one logic error; use clr_eos if
+ possible)
+
+960426 - snapshot
+ + change ncurses 'a' test to run in raw mode.
+ + make TIOCGWINSZ configure test less stringent, in case user
+ configures via terminal that cannot get screen size.
+ > patches 295, 296 by eric:
+ + new "-e" option of tic.
+ + fix for "infocmp -e".
+ + restore working-directory in read_termcap.c
+ + split lib_kernel.c, lib_setup.c and names.c in order to reduce
+ overhead for programs that use only termcap features.
+
+960418 - snapshot
+ + use autoconf 2.9
+ + fix for AIX 3.2.5 (must define _POSIX_SOURCE to get termios struct
+ definitions via <termios.h>, modified macros in lib_raw.c to avoid
+ K&R-style substitution)
+ > patches 293, 294 by eric:
+ + mods to wgetch() in cooked mode
+ + corrected askuser() logic in tset
+ + correct interaction of endwin() with mouse processing
+ + added trace support for TTY flags
+
+960406
+ + fixes for NeXT, ISC and HPUX auto-configure
+ + autogenerate development header-dependencies (config.h, *.priv.h)
+ + corrected single-column formatting of "use=" (e.g., in tic)
+ + modify tic to read full terminfo-names
+ + corrected divide-by-zero that caused hang (or worse) when redirecting output
+ + modify tic to generate directories only as-needed (and corrected
+ instance of use of data from function that had already returned).
+
+### ncurses-1.9.8a -> 1.9.9e
+
+* fixed broken wsyncup()/wysncdown(), as a result wnoutrefresh() now has
+ copy-changed-lines behavior.
+* added and documented wresize() function.
+* more fixes to LOWER-RIGHT corner handling.
+* changed the line-breakout optimization code to allow some lines to be
+ emitted before the first check.
+* added option for tic to use symbolic instead of hard links (for AFS)
+* fix to restore auto-wrap mode.
+* trace level can be controlled by environment variable.
+* better handling of NULs in terminal descriptions.
+* improved compatibility with observed SVR4 behavior.
+* the refresh behavior of over-lapping windows is now more efficient and
+ behaves like SVR4.
+* use autoconf 2.7, which results in a working setup for SCO 5.0.
+* support for ESCDELAY.
+* small fixes for menu/form code.
+* the test directory has its own configure.
+* fixes to pads when optimizing scrolling.
+* fixed several off-by-one bugs.
+* fixes for termcap->terminfo translation; less restrictions more correct
+ behavior.
+
+### ncurses-1.9.7 -> 1.9.8a
+
+* teach infocmp -i to recognize ECMA highlight sequences
+* infocmp now dumps all SVr4 termcaps (not just the SVr4 ones) on -C
+* support infocmp -RBSD.
+* satisfy XSI Curses requirement that every macro be available as a function.
+* This represents the last big change to the public interface of ncurses. The
+ ABI_VERSION has now been set at 3.0 and should stay there barring any great
+ catastrophies or acts of God.
+* The C++ has been cleaned up in reaction to the changes to satisfy XSI's
+ requirements.
+* libncurses now gets linked to libcurses to help seamless emulation
+ (replacement) of a vendor's curses. --disable-overwrite turns this behavior
+ off.
+
+### ncurses-1.9.6 -> 1.9.7
+
+* corrected return values of setupterm()
+* Fixed some bugs in tput (it does padding now)
+* fixed a bug in tic that made it do the wrong thing on entries with more than
+ one `use' capability.
+* corrected the screen-size calculation at startup time to alter the
+ numeric capabilities as per SVr4, not just LINES and COLS.
+* toe(1) introduced; does what infocmp -T used to.
+* tic(1) can now translate AIX box1 and font[0123] capabilities.
+* tic uses much less core, the dotic.sh kluge can go away now.
+* fix read_entry() and write_entry() to pass through cancelled capabilities OK.
+* Add $HOME/.terminfo as source/target directory for terminfo entries.
+* termcap compilation now automatically dumps an entry to $HOME/.terminfo.
+* added -h option to toe(1).
+* added -R option to tic(1) and infocmp(1).
+* added fallback-entry-list feature.
+* added -i option to infocmp(1).
+* do a better job at detecting if we're on SCO.
+
+### ncurses-1.9.5 -> 1.9.6
+
+* handling of TERMCAP environment variables now works correctly.
+* various changes to shorten termcap translations to less that 1024 chars.
+* tset(1) added
+* mouse support for xterm.
+* most data tables are now const and accordingly live in shareable text space.
+* Obey the XPG4/SVr4 practice that echo() is initally off.
+* tic is much better at translating XENIX and AIX termcap entries now.
+* tic can interpret ko capabilities now.
+* integrated Juergen Pfeifer's forms library.
+* taught write_entry() how not to write more than it needs to; this change
+ reduces the size of the terminfo tree by a full 26%!
+* infocmp -T option added.
+* better warnings about historical tic quirks from tic.
+
+### ncurses 1.9.4 -> 1.9.5
+
+* menus library is now included with documentation.
+* lib_mvcur has been carefully profiled and tuned.
+* Fixed a ^Z-handling bug that was tanking lynx(1).
+* HJ Lu's patches for ELF shared libraries under Linux
+* terminfo.src 9.8.2
+* tweaks for compiling in seperate directories.
+* Thomas Dickey's patches to support NeXT's brain-dead linker
+* Eric Raymond's patches to fix problems with long termcap entries.
+* more support for shared libraries under SunOS and IRIX.
+
+### ncurses 1.9.3 -> 1.9.4
+
+* fixed an undefined-order-of-evaluation bug in lib_acs.c
+* systematically gave non-API public functions and data an _nc_ prefix.
+* integrated Juergen Pfeifer's menu code into the distribution.
+* totally rewrote the knight test game's interface
+
+### ncurses 1.9.2c -> 1.9.3
+
+* fixed the TERMCAP_FILE Support.
+* fixed off-by-one errors in scrolling code
+* added tracemunch to the test tools
+* took steps to cut the running time of make install.data
+
+### ncurses 1.9.2c -> 1.9.2d
+
+* revised 'configure' script to produce libraries for normal, debug,
+ profile and shared object models.
+
+### ncurses 1.9.1 -> 1.9.2
+
+* use 'autoconf' to implement 'configure' script.
+* panels support added
+* tic now checks for excessively long termcap entries when doing translation
+* first cut at eliminating namespace pollution.
+
+### ncurses 1.8.9 -> 1.9
+
+* cleanup gcc warnings for the following: use size_t where 'int' is not
+ appropriate, fixed some shadowed variables, change attr_t to compatible with
+ chtype, use attr_t in some places where it was confused with 'int'.
+* use chtype/attr_t casts as appropriate to ensure portability of masking
+ operations.
+* added-back waddchnstr() to lib_addstr.c (it had been deleted).
+* supplied missing prototypes in curses.h
+* include <termcap.h> in lib_termcap.c to ensure that the prototypes
+ are consistent (they weren't).
+* corrected prototype of tputs in <termcap.h>
+* rewrote varargs parsing in lib_tparm.c (to avoid referencing memory
+ that may be out of bounds on the stack) -- Purify found this.
+* ensure that TRACE is defined in lib_trace.c (to solve prototype
+ warnings from gcc).
+* corrected scrolling-region size in 'mvcur_wrap()'
+* more spelling fixes
+* use 'calloc()' to allocate WINDOW struct in lib_newwin.c (Purify).
+* set default value for SP->_ofp in lib_set_term.c (otherwise SunOS dumps
+ core in init_acs()).
+* include <errno.h> in write_entry.c (most "braindead" includes declare errno
+ in that file).
+
+### ncurses 1.8.8 -> 1.8.9
+
+* compile (mostly) clean with gcc 2.5.8 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes
+ -Wmissing-prototypes -Wconversion and using __attribute__ to flush out
+ non-portable use of "%x" for pointers, or for chtype data (which is declared
+ as a long).
+* modified doupdate to ensure that typahead was turned on before attempting
+ select-call (otherwise, some implementations hang).
+* added trace mask TRACE_FIFO, use this in lib_getch.c to allow finer
+ resolution of traces.
+* improved bounds checking on several critical functions.
+* the data directory has been replaced by the new master terminfo file.
+* -F file-comparison option added to infocmp.
+* compatibility with XSI Curses is now documented in the man bages.
+* wsyncup/wsyncdown functions are reliable now; subwindow code in general
+ is much less flaky.
+* capabilities ~msgr, tilde_glitch, insert_padding, generic_type, no_pad_char,
+ memory_above, memory_below, and hard_copy are now used properly.
+* cursor-movement optimization has been completely rewritten.
+* vertical-movement optimization now uses hardware scrolling, il, dl.
+
+### ncurses 1.8.7 -> 1.8.8
+* untic no longer exists, infocmp replaces it.
+* tic can understand termcap now, especially if it is called captoinfo.
+* The Linux Standard Console terminfo entry is called linux insead of console.
+ It also uses the kernel's new method of changing charsets.
+* initscr() will EXIT upon error (as the docs say) This wil mostly happen if
+ you try to run on an undefined terminal.
+* I can get things running on AIX but tic can't compile terminfo. I have to
+ compile entries on another machine. Volunteers to hunt this bug are welcome.
+* wbkgd() and wbkgdset() can be used to set a windows background to color.
+ wclear()/werase() DO NOT use the current attribute to clear the screen.
+ This is the way SVR4 curses works. PDCurses 2.1 is broken in this respect,
+ though PDCurses 2.2 has been fixed.
+* cleaned up the test/ directory.
+* test/worm will segfault after quite a while.
+* many spelling corrections courtesy of Thomas E. Dickey
+
+### ncurses 1.8.6 -> 1.8.7
+* cleaned up programs in test/ directory.
+* fixed wbkgdset() macro.
+* modified getstr() to stop it from advancing cursor in noecho mode.
+* modified linux terminfo entry to work with the latest kernel to get
+ the correct alternate character set.
+* also added a linux-mono entry for those running on monochrome screens.
+* changed initscr() so that it behaves like the man page says it does.
+ this fixes the problem with programs in test/ crashing with SIGSEV if
+ a terminal is undefined.
+* modified addch() to avoid using any term.h #define's
+* removed duplicate tgoto() in lib_tparm.c
+* modified dump_entry.c so that infocmp deals correctly with ',' in acsc
+* modified delwin() to correctly handle deleting subwindows.
+* fixed Makefile.dist to stop installing an empty curses.h
+* fixed a couple of out-of-date notes in man pages.
+
+### ncurses 1.8.5 -> 1.8.6
+* Implemented wbkgd(), bkgd(), bkgdset(), and wbkgdset().
+* The handling of attributes has been improved and now does not turn off color
+ if other attributes are turned off.
+* scrolling code is improved. Scrolling in subwindows is still broken.
+* Fixes to several bugs that manifest them on platforms other than Linux.
+* The default to meta now depends on the status of the terminal when ncurses
+ is started.
+* The interface to the tracing facility has changed. Instead of the pair of
+ functions traceon() and traceoff(), there is just one function trace() which
+ takes a trace mask argument. The trace masks, defined in curses.h, are
+ as follows:
+
+ #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 */
+
+ More trace masks may be added, or these may be changed, in future releases.
+* The pad code has been improved and the pad test code in test/ncurses.c has
+ been improved.
+* The prototype ansi entry has been changed to work with a wider variety
+ of emulators.
+* Fix to the prototype ansi entry that enables it to work with PC emulators
+ that treat trailing ";m" in a highlight sequence as ";0m"; this doesn't
+ break operation with any emulators.
+* There are now working infocmp, captoinfo, tput, and tclear utilities.
+* tic can now compile entries in termcap syntax.
+* Core-dump bug in pnoutrefresh fixed.
+* We now recognize and compile all the nonstandard capabilities in Ross
+ Ridge's mytinfo package (rendering it obsolete).
+* General cleanup and documentation improvements.
+* Fixes and additions to the installation-documentation files.
+* Take cursor to normal mode on endwin.
+
+### ncurses 1.8.4 -> 1.8.5
+* serious bugs in updating screen which caused erratic non-display,
+ fixed.
+* fixed initialization for getch() related variable which cause
+ unpredictable results.
+* fixed another doupdate bug which only appeared if you have
+ parm_char.
+* implemented redrawln() and redrawwin().
+* implemented winsnstr() and related functions.
+* cleaned up insertln() and deleteln() and implemented (w)insdeln().
+* changed Makefile.dist so that installation of man pages will
+ take note of the terminfo directory.
+* fixed Configure (removed the mysterious 'X').
+* Eric S. Raymond fixed the script.* files so that they work with
+ stock awk.
+
+#### ncurses 1.8.3 -> 1.8.4 #### ####
+* fixed bug in refreshing the screen after return from shell_mode.
+ There are still problems but they don't manifest themselves on
+ my machine (Linux 0.99.14f).
+* added wgetnstr() and modified things accordingly.
+* fixed the script.src script.test to work with awk not just gawk.
+* Configure can now take an argument of the target system.
+* added test/ncurses.c which replaces several other programs and
+ performs more testing.
+[Thanks to Eric S Raymond for the last 4]
+* more fixes to lib_overlay.c and added test/over.c to illustrate
+ how it works.
+* fixed ungetch() to take int instead of ch.
+* fixes to cure wgetch() if flushinp() is called.
+
+One note I forgot to mention in 1.8.3 is that tracing is off by
+default starting in the version. If you want tracing output, put
+traceon(); in your code and link with -ldcurses.
+
+#### ncurses 1.8.2 -> ncurses 1.8.3 #### ####
+MAJOR CHANGES:
+1) The order of capabilities has been changed in order to achieve
+binary compatibility with SVR4 terminfo database. This has the
+unfortunate effect of breaking application currently linked with
+ncurses. To ensure correct behavior, recompile all such programs.
+Most programs using color or newer capabilities will break, others
+will probably continue to work ok.
+
+2) Pavel Curtis has renounced his copyright to the public domain.
+This means that his original sources (posted to comp.sources.unix,
+volume 1) are now in the public domain. The current sources are
+NOT in the public domain, they are copyrighted by me. I'm
+entertaining ideas on what the new terms ncurses is released under.
+
+3) Eric S. Raymond has supplied a complete set of man pages for
+ncurses in ?roff format. They will eventually replace most of the
+current docs. Both sets are included in this release.
+
+Other changes and notes from 1.8.2 include:
+* SIGSEGV during scrolling no longer occurs.
+* Other problems with scrolling and use of idl have been corrected.
+* lib_getch.c has been re-written and should perform flawlessly.
+ please use test/getch.c and any other programs to test this.
+* ripoffline() is implemented (Thanks to Eric) and slk_ functions
+ changed accordingly.
+* I've added support for terminals that scroll if you write in the
+ bottom-right corner.
+* fixed more bugs in pads code. If anybody has a program that uses
+ pads I'd love a copy.
+* correct handling for terminal with back_color_erase capability
+ (such as Linux console, and most PC terminals)
+* ^Z handling apparently didn't work (I should never trust code
+ sent me to me without extensive testing). It now seems to be
+ fixed. Let me know if you have problems.
+* I've added support for Apollo and NeXT, but it may still be
+ incomplete, especially when dealing with the lack of POSIX
+ features.
+* scrolling should be more efficient on terminals with idl
+ capabilities. Please see src/lib_scroll.c for more notes.
+* The line drawing routines were offset by 1 at both ends. This
+ is now fixed.
+* added a few missing prototypes and macros (e.g. setterm())
+* fixed code in src/lib_overlay.c which used to crash.
+* added a few more programs in test/ The ones from the PDCurses
+ package are useful, especially if you have SVR4 proper. I'm
+ interested in the results you get on such a systems (Eric? ;-).
+ They already exposed certain bugs in ncurses.
+* See src/README for porting notes.
+* The C++ code should really replace ncurses.h instead of working
+ around it. It should avoid name-space clashes with nterm.h (use
+ rows instead of lines, etc.)
+* The C++ should compile ok. I've added explicit rules to the
+ Makefile because no C++ defaults are documented on the suns.
+* The docs say that echo() and nocbreak() are mutually exclusive.
+ At the moment ncurses will switch to cbreak() if the case above
+ occurs. Should it continue to do so? How about echo() and noraw()?
+* PDCurses seem to assume that wclear() will use current attribute
+ when clearing the screen. According to Eric this is not the case
+ with SVR4.
+* I have discovered, to my chagrin, SunOS 4.x (and probably other systems)
+ * doesn't have vsscanf and God knows what else! I've will do a vsscanf().
+* I've also found out that the src/script.* rely on gawk and will not
+ work with stock awk or even with nawk. Any changes are welcome.
+* Linux is more tolerant of NULL dereferences than most systems. This
+ fact was exposed by hanoi.
+* ncurses still seems inefficient in drawing the screen on a serial
+ link between Linux and suns. The padding may be the culprit.
+* There seems to be one lingering problem with doupdate() after shelling
+ out. Despite the fact the it is sending out the correct information
+ to the terminal, nothing takes effect until you press ^L or another
+ refresh takes place. And yes, output does get flushed.
+
+#### ncurses 1.8.1 -> ncurses 1.8.2 #### Nov 28, 1993 ####
+
+* added support for SVR4 and BSDI's BSD/386.
+* major update and fix to scrolling routine.
+* MORE fixes to stuff in lib_getch.c.
+* cleaned-up configuration options and can now generate
+ Config.* files through an awk script.
+* changed setupterm() so it can be called more than once,
+ add added set_curterm(), del_curterm().
+* a few minor cleanups.
+* added more prototypes in curses.h
+
+#### ncurses 1.8 -> ncurses 1.8.1 #### Nov 4, 1993 ####
+
+* added support for NeXTStep 3.0
+* added termcap emulation (not well tested).
+* more complete C++ interface to ncurses.
+* fixed overlay(), overwrite(), and added copywin().
+* a couple of bug fixes.
+* a few code cleanups.
+
+#### ncurses 0.7.2/0.7.3 -> ncurses 1.8 #### Aug 31, 1993 ####
+
+* The annoying message "can't open file." was due to missing
+ terminfo entry for the used terminal. It has now been
+ replaced by a hopefully more helpful message.
+* Problems with running on serial lines are now fixed.
+* Added configuration files for SunOS, Linux, HP/UX, Ultrix,
+ 386bsd/BSDI (if you have others send'em to me)
+* Cleaner Makefile.
+* The documentation in manual.doc is now more uptodate.
+* update optimization and support for hp terminals, and 386bsd
+ console driver(s).
+* mvcur optimization for terminals without cursor addressing
+ (doesn't work on Linux)
+* if cursor moved since last update, getch() will refresh the
+ screen before working.
+* getch() & alarm() can now live together. in 0.7.3 a signal
+ interrupted getch() (bug or feature?) now the getch is
+ restarted.
+* scanw() et all were sick, now fixed.
+* support for 8-bit input (use meta()).
+* added default screen size to all terminfos.
+* added c++ Ncursesw class.
+* several minor bug fixes.
+
+#### ncurses 0.7.2 -> ncurses 0.7.3 #### May 27, 1993 ####
+
+* Config file to cope with different platforms (386BSD, BSDI, Ultrix, SunOS)
+* more fixes to lib_getch.c
+* changes related to Config
+
+#### ncurses 0.7 -> ncurses 0.7.2 #### May 22, 1993 ####
+
+* docs updated slightly (color usage is now documented).
+* yet another fix for getch(), this one fixes problems with ESC being swallowed
+ if another character is typed before the 1 second timeout.
+* Hopefully, addstr() and addch() are 8-bit clean.
+* fixed lib_tparm.c to use stdarg.h (should run on suns now)
+* order of capabilities changed to reflect that specified in SYSV
+ this will allow for binary-compatibility with existing terminfo dbs.
+* added halfdelay()
+* fixed problems with asc_init()
+* added A_PROTECT and A_INVIS
+* cleaned up vidputs()
+* general cleanup of the code
+* more attention to portability to other systems
+* added terminfos for hp70092 (wont work until changes to lib_update.c are
+ made) and 386BSD pcvt drivers.
+
+Thanks to Hellmuth Michaelis for his help.
+optimization code is slated for the next major release, stay tuned!
+
+#### ncurses 0.6/0.61 -> ncurses 0.7 #### April 1, 1993
+Please note that the next release will be called 1.8. If you want to know about
+the rationale drop me a line.
+
+Included are several test programs in test/.
+I've split up the panels library, reversi, tetris, sokoban. They are now
+available separately from netcom.com:pub/zmbenhal/
+
+* color and ACS support is now fully compatible with SYSV at the terminfo
+ level.
+* Capabilities now includes as many SYSV caps I could find.
+* tigetflag,tigetnum,tigetstr functions added.
+* boolnames, boolfnames, boolcodes numnames, numfnames, numcodes,
+ strnames, strfnames, strcodes arrays are now added.
+* keyname() is added.
+* All function keys can be defined in terminfo entries.
+* fixed lin_tparm.c to behave properly.
+* terminfo entries for vt* and xterm are included (improvements are welcome)
+* more automation in handling caps and keys.
+* included fixes from 0.6.1
+* added a few more missing functions.
+* fixed a couple of minor bugs.
+* updated docs JUST a little (still miles behind in documenting the newer
+ features).
+
+#### ncurses 0.6 -> ncurses 0.61 ####
+
+1) Included the missing data/console.
+
+2) allow attributes when drawing boxes.
+
+3) corrected usage of win->_delay value.
+
+4) fixed a bug in lib_getch.c. if it didn't recognize a sequence it would
+ simply return the last character in the sequence. The correct
+ behavior is to return the entire sequence one character at a time.
+
+#### ncurses0.5 -> ncurses0.6 #### March 1, 1993 ####
+* removed _numchngd from struct _win_st and made appropriate changes.
+* rewritten kgetch() to remove problems with interaction between alarm and
+ read(). It caused SIGSEGV every now and then.
+* fixed a bug that miscounted the numbers of columns when updating.
+ (in lib_doupdate.c(ClrUpdate() -- iterate to columns not columns-1)
+* fixed a bug that cause the lower-right corner to be incorrect.
+ (in lib_doupdate.c(putChar() -- check against columns not columns-1)
+* made resize() and cleanup() static to lib_newterm.c
+* added notimeout().
+* added timeout() define in curses.h
+* added more function prototypes and fixed napms.
+* added use_env().
+* moved screen size detection to lib_setup.c.
+* fixed newterm() to confirm to prototype.
+* removed SIGWINCH support as SYSV does not define its semantics.
+* cleaned-up lib_touch.c
+* added waddnstr() and relatives.
+* added slk_* support.
+* fixed a bug in wdeleteln().
+* added PANEL library.
+* modified Makefile for smoother installation.
+* terminfo.h is really term.h
+
+#### ncurses 0.4 -> ncurses 0.5 #### Feb 14, 1993 ####
+* changed _win_st structure to allow support for missing functionality.
+* Addition of terminfo support for all KEY_*.
+* Support for nodelay(), timeout(), notimeout().
+* fixed a bug with the keypad char reading that did not return ESC until
+ another key is pressed.
+* nl mapping no longer occur on output (as should be)
+ fixed bug '\n' no causing a LF.
+* fixed bug that reset terminal colors regardless of whether we use color
+ or not.
+* Better support for ACS (not quite complete).
+* fixed bug in wvline().
+* added curs_set().
+* changed from signal() to sigaction().
+* re-included the contents of important.patch into source.
+
+#### ncurses 0.3 -> ncurses 0.4 #### Feb 3, 1993 ####
+* Addition of more KEY_* definitions.
+* Addition of function prototypes.
+* Addition of several missing functions.
+* No more crashes if screen size is undefined (use SIGWINCH handler).
+* added a handler to cleanup after SIGSEGV (hopefully never needed).
+* changed SRCDIR from /etc/term to /usr/lib/terminfo.
+* renamed compile/dump to tic/untic.
+* New scrolling code.
+* fixed bug that reversed the sense of nl() and nonl().
+
+#### ncurses 0.2 -> ncurses 0.3 #### Jan 20, 1993 ####
+* more support for color and graphics see test/ for examples.
+* fixed various files to allow correct update after shelling out.
+* more fixes for updates.
+* no more core dumps if you don't have a terminfo entry.
+* support for LINES and COLUMNS environment variables.
+* support for SIGWINCH signal.
+* added a handler for SIGINT for clean exits.
+
+#### ncurses 0.1 -> ncurses 0.2 #### Aug 14, 1992 ####
+* support for color.
+* support for PC graphic characters.
+* lib_trace.c updated to use stdarg.h and vprintf routines.
+* added gdc.c (Great Digital Clock) as an example of using color.
+
+#### ncurses -> ncurses 0.1 #### Jul 31, 1992 ####
+* replacing sgtty stuff by termios stuff.
+* ANSIfication of some functions.
+* Disabling cost analysis 'cause it's incorrect.
+* A quick hack for a terminfo entry.
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/README b/contrib/ncurses/README
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..cf1ab656612f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/README
@@ -0,0 +1,175 @@
+-- $Id: README,v 1.17 1998/02/15 01:26:47 tom Exp $
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ README file for the ncurses package
+
+See the file ANNOUNCE for a summary of ncurses features and ports.
+See the file INSTALL for instructions on how to build and install ncurses.
+See the file NEWS for a release history and bug-fix notes.
+See the file TO-DO for things that still need doing, including known bugs.
+
+Browse the file misc/ncurses-intro.html for narrative descriptions of how
+to use ncurses and the panel, menu, and form libraries.
+
+Browse the file misc/hackguide.html for a tour of the package internals.
+
+ROADMAP AND PACKAGE OVERVIEW:
+
+You should be reading this file in a directory called: ncurses-d.d, where d.d
+is the current version number (see the dist.mk file in this directory for
+that). There should be a number of subdirectories, including `c++', `form',
+`man', `menu', `misc', `ncurses', `panel', `progs', `test', 'tack' and `Ada95'.
+(The 'tack' program is distributed separately).
+
+A full build/install of this package typically installs several libraries, a
+handful of utilities, and a database hierarchy. Here is an inventory of the
+pieces:
+
+The libraries are:
+
+ libncurses.a (normal)
+ libncurses.so (shared)
+ libncurses_g.a (debug and trace code enabled)
+ libncurses_p.a (profiling enabled)
+
+ libpanel.a (normal)
+ libpanel.so (shared)
+ libpanel_g.a (debug and trace code enabled)
+
+ libmenu.a (normal)
+ libmenu.so (shared)
+ libmenu_g.a (debug enabled)
+
+ libform.a (normal)
+ libform.so (shared)
+ libform_g.a (debug enabled)
+
+The ncurses libraries implement the curses API. The panel, menu and forms
+libraries implement clones of the SVr4 panel, menu and forms APIs. The source
+code for these lives in the `ncurses', `panel', `menu', and `form' directories
+respectively.
+
+In the `c++' directory, you'll find code that defines an interface to the
+curses, forms, menus and panels library packaged as C++ classes, and a demo program in C++
+to test it. These class definition modules are not installed by the 'make
+install.libs' rule as libncurses++.
+
+In the `Ada95' directory, you'll find code and documentation for an
+Ada95 binding of the curses API, to be used with the GNAT compiler.
+This binding is built by a normal top-level `make' if configure detects
+an usable version of GNAT (3.10 or above). It is not installed automatically.
+See the Ada95 directory for more build and installation instructions and
+for documentation of the binding.
+
+To do its job, the ncurses code needs your terminal type to be set in the
+environment variable TERM (normally set by your OS; under UNIX, getty(1)
+typically does this, but you can override it in your .profile); and, it needs a
+database of terminal descriptions in which to look up your terminal type's
+capabilities.
+
+In older (V7/BSD) versions of curses, the database was a flat text file,
+/etc/termcap; in newer (USG/USL) versions, the database is a hierarchy of
+fast-loading binary description blocks under /usr/lib/terminfo. These binary
+blocks are compiled from an improved editable text representation called
+`terminfo' format (documented in man/terminfo.5). The ncurses library can use
+either /etc/termcap or the compiled binary terminfo blocks, but prefers the
+second form.
+
+In the `misc' directory, there is a text file terminfo.src, in editable
+terminfo format, which can be used to generate the terminfo binaries (that's
+what make install.data does). If the package was built with the
+--enable-termcap option enabled, and the ncurses library cannot find a terminfo
+description for your terminal, it will fall back to the termcap file supplied
+with your system (which the ncurses package installation leaves strictly
+alone).
+
+The utilities are as follows:
+
+ tic -- terminfo source to binary compiler
+ infocmp -- terminfo binary to source decompiler/comparator
+ clear -- emits clear-screen for current terminal
+ tput -- shell-script access to terminal capabilities.
+ toe -- table of entries utility
+ tset -- terminal-initialization utility
+
+The first two (tic and infocmp) are used for manipulating terminfo
+descriptions; the next two (clear and tput) are for use in shell scripts. The
+last (tset) is provided for 4.4BSD compatibility. The source code for all of
+these lives in the `progs' directory.
+
+Detailed documentation for all libraries and utilities can be found in
+the `man' directory. An HTML introduction to ncurses, panels, and
+menus programming lives in the `misc' directory. Manpages in HTML format
+are under `Ada95/html'.
+
+The `test' directory contains programs that can be used to verify or
+demonstrate the functions of the ncurses libraries. See test/README for
+descriptions of these programs. Notably, the `ncurses' utility is designed to
+help you systematically exercise the library functions.
+
+AUTHORS:
+
+Pavel Curtis:
+ wrote the original ncurses
+
+Zeyd M. Ben-Halim:
+ port of original to Linux and many enhancements.
+
+Thomas Dickey (maintainer since 1.9.9e):
+ configuration scripts, porting, mods to adhere to XSI Curses in the
+ areas of background color, terminal modes. Also memory leak testing,
+ the wresize, default colors and key definition extensions and numerous
+ bug fixes (more than half of those enumerated in NEWS beginning with
+ the internal release 1.8.9).
+
+Florian La Roche (official maintainer for FSF's ncurses 4.2)
+ Beginning with release 4.2, ncurses is distributed under an MIT-style
+ license.
+
+Eric S. Raymond:
+ the man pages, infocmp(1), tput(1), clear(1), captoinfo(1), tset(1),
+ toe(1), most of tic(1), trace levels, the HTML intro, wgetnstr() and
+ many other entry points, the cursor-movement optimization, the
+ scroll-pack optimizer for vertical motions, the mouse interface and
+ xterm mouse support, and the ncurses test program.
+
+Juergen Pfeifer
+ The menu and form libraries, C++ bindings for ncurses, menus, forms and
+ panels, as well as the Ada95 binding. Ongoing support for panel.
+
+CONTRIBUTORS:
+
+Alexander V. Lukyanov
+ for numerous fixes and improvements to the optimization logic.
+
+David MacKenzie
+ for first-class bug-chasing and methodical testing.
+
+Ross Ridge
+ for the code that hacks termcap parameterized strings into terminfo.
+
+Warren Tucker and Gerhard Fuernkranz,
+ for writing and sending the panel library.
+
+Hellmuth Michaelis,
+ for many patches and testing the optimization code.
+
+Eric Newton, Ulrich Drepper, and Anatoly Ivasyuk:
+ the C++ code.
+
+Jonathan Ross,
+ for lessons in using sed.
+
+Keith Bostic (maintainer of 4.4BSD curses)
+ for help, criticism, comments, bug-finding, and being willing to
+ deep-six BSD curses for this one when it grew up.
+
+Richard Stallman,
+ for his commitment to making ncurses free software.
+
+Countless other people have contributed by reporting bugs, sending fixes,
+suggesting improvements, and generally whining about ncurses :-)
+
+BUGS:
+ See the INSTALL file for bug and developer-list addresses.
+ The Hacker's Guide in the misc directory includes some guidelines
+ on how to report bugs in ways that will get them fixed most quickly.
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/README.emx b/contrib/ncurses/README.emx
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..4fa430abb643
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/README.emx
@@ -0,0 +1,48 @@
+-- $Id: README.emx,v 1.1 1998/11/21 20:13:05 tom Exp $
+-- Author: Thomas Dickey <dickey@clark.net>
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+You can build ncurses on OS/2 in the EMX environment. But you must build and
+acquire tools. Not all of the tools distributed with EMX work properly, and
+some additional ones are required.
+
+First, the configure script distributed with ncurses will not run as-is in EMX.
+You can generate a new one if you have autoconf built for EMX. You will need
+the EMX development tools, of course. Get these programs to start:
+
+ GNU m4 program (version 1.4)
+ GNU autoconf (version 2.12).
+ GNU patch (version 2.5)
+
+Apply the autoconf patches from
+
+ http://www.clark.net/pub/dickey/autoconf
+ ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/autoconf
+
+These are ordered by date:
+
+ autoconf-2.12-970309.patch
+ autoconf-2.12-970429.patch
+ autoconf-2.12-971222-emx.patch
+ autoconf-2.12-971222.patch
+ autoconf-2.12-971230.patch
+
+I built my development environment for ncurses using EMX 0.9c at the end of
+1997. Much of the EMX patch for autoconf was done originally by J.J.G.Ripoll,
+using a similar environment (he prefers using the 'ash' shell). Newer versions
+may fix these problems:
+
+ + The pdksh program distributed at Hobbes and Leo (with a 1996 date) is
+ defective. It does not process "here documents" correctly (which
+ renders it useless for running the autoconf script). I built my own
+ copy of pdksh 5.2.13, which does have the bug corrected (documented
+ in the change log for pdksh).
+
+ + I also built from sources (because the distributed binaries did not
+ work) the cmp, diff programs.
+
+ Other required utilities such as ar, cat, chmod, cp, gawk, grep, mv,
+ ls, rm, mkdir, sed, sort and tr worked.
+
+Once you have autoconf patched and installed, run 'autoconf' from the top-level
+directory of ncurses to generate the EMX-specific configure script.
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/README.glibc b/contrib/ncurses/README.glibc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..7d52269b9997
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/README.glibc
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+To compile this as an add-on for glibc, unpack it in the glibc source
+tree and put ncurses on the add-on list when you do configure.
+
+hjl@gnu.ai.mit.edu
+03/21/1997
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/TO-DO b/contrib/ncurses/TO-DO
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..21e8ee0ca9eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/TO-DO
@@ -0,0 +1,251 @@
+-- $Id: TO-DO,v 1.39 1998/07/12 00:25:39 tom Exp $
+
+SHORT-TERM TO-DO ITEMS:
+
+Known Problems:
+
+* GNAT does not put libraries in the correct order, so a build only links
+ properly if you use shared libraries since -lncurses is first.
+
+* XPG4 specifies that the enhanced features are not available unless the
+ _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED test macro is defined by the application. Ncurses uses
+ this macro (incorrectly) to address a dependency upon wchar_t. The functions
+ which use wchar_t are not implemented, so the effect of the test macro is
+ pointless.
+
+* The screen optimization has been tested only in an ad hoc manner. We should
+ develop a good set of regression tests to cover lib_doupdate.c and
+ lib_mvcur.c.
+
+* Magic cookie support does not work, since the logic does not take into account
+ refresh. Also, the initial optimize does not adjust the current location
+ when a cookie is emitted.
+
+* Scrolling optimization has holes: for example, it forces repaints of the
+ screen between calls to refresh().
+
+* SVr4 uses slightly different rules for determining when softkeys are shown.
+ For example, they are initially displayed (before the ncurses 'e' test
+ activates them), and a touchwin can apparently also force them to be
+ displayed.
+
++ The code departs from perfect 8-bit cleanness in one respect; you cannot
+ specify a character \200 as part of a capability string, because the terminfo
+ library interprets \200 as a request to embed NUL (\000) at that point. This
+ is a legacy terminfo property we can't mess with.
+
+* The window classes defined in the c++ subdirectory need documentation.
+ Some C++ programmer could earn a lot of good karma by doing this...
+
+Portability (or lack thereof):
+
+* Users of older System V UNIXes (but not Solaris, and probably not SVr4)
+ may trip over a known problem with the signal-handling code which causes
+ abrupt termination of ncurses applications following resume from a ^Z
+ suspend (this problem was first seen running lynx). You will not see
+ this problem if you are running Linux or one of the 4.4BSD derivatives
+ like FreeBSD, NetBSD, or BSDI. For details, see the analysis in the
+ header comment of ncurses/lib_tstp.c.
+
+* In theory, vwprintw and vwscanf are supposed to use the older varargs.h
+ interface for handling variadic argument lists. Linux doesn't have
+ varargs.h, it has the newer X/Open-standard stdargs.h equivalent. So
+ these functions use stdargs instead. This is unlikely to be a problem
+ unless you're building ncurses on a System V old enough to only have
+ varargs.h. (Solaris 2.5.1 uses the stdarg.h binding as well).
+
+* If you're using a BSD earlier than 4.4BSD, or a Linux old enough not to
+ have a native vsscanf(3) in its library, vwscanw() will not work. You lose.
+ (It should work on any System V, however). If you want to fix this, add
+ an implementation to ncurses/vsscanf.c.
+
+* The demo build for the c++ library craps out with many link errors under gcc
+ 2.6.3. We're told the C++ support in 2.6.3 is broken and that the right
+ fix is to upgrade to 2.7.0. This demo is also known to not build with
+ the Sun SPARCworks 4.1 C++ compiler, due to a problem resolving templates.
+
+* Under Ultrix, configure craps out (Ultrix sh is lame). Run it under ksh.
+
+* We've not tested the configure script with cross-compilers. The autoconf
+ tests are supposed to be able to support this (please report bugs). You will
+ have to configure and build in two steps. The first step must create the
+ automatically-generated sources (e.g., comp_captab.c) on your host machine.
+ Then, run "make mostlyclean", remove config.* from the top-level directory
+ and configure for the cross-compiler.
+
++ terminfo.5 does not format with the SunOS (and most other platform's) tbl
+ utility because it relies on a diversion for each table entry. Get the groff
+ package.
+
+Untested features:
+
+* The code for the HP color model using set_color_pair is untested.
+
+* The code for handling soft labels on a terminal type with built-in support
+ for them (num_labels > 0, label_height, label_width, label_format, label_off,
+ label_on, plab_norm, lab_f*) has not been tested. The label_format and
+ lab_f* capabilities aren't presently used.
+
+LONGER-TERM TO-DO ITEMS:
+
+1. Extended COSE conformance
+
+There is an XPG4 standard recently released which describes a superset
+of the SVr4 API. The library is BASE conformant with this standard.
+We would like to make ncurses fully conformant at the EXTENDED level
+supporting internationalization.
+
+Here are page references to all material involving wide or multi-byte
+characters in Issue 4 of the XSI Curses standard, with notes on their
+status in this implementation:
+
+ Page 1 (1.1.2) New Features discussion of internationalization.
+ Page 12 (2.4): Definition of cchar_t, wchar_t.
+ Page 16 (3.3.2): Introduction of multi-column characters.
+ Page 17-18 (3.3.5): Description of non-spacing characters.
+ Page 19-21 (3.4.2): Basic character operations.
+ Page 34 (addnstr): These should now call underlying wide-
+character functions, and do (through waddnstr) if _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED is on).
+ Page 35 (addnwstr): wide-character add-string functions. All macros
+except waddnwstr() which is not yet defined.
+ Page 36 (add_wch): wide-character add-char functions. All macros
+except wadd_wch() which is not yet defined.
+ Page 39 (attr_get): implemented -- we've just made the current-
+attributes field of the window an attr_t.
+ Page 43 (bkgrnd): None of these are implemented.
+ Page 45 (border_set): Neither of these is implemented.
+ Page 47 (box_set): box_set implemented as macro, but the underlying
+wborder_set() is not yet defined.
+ Page 78 (echo_wchar): echo_wchar() implemented as macro, underlying
+wecho_wchar() not yet implemented.
+ Page 81 (erasechar): Neither entry point is implemented.
+ Page 87 (getbkgrnd): Not implemented.
+ Page 88 (getcchar): Not implemented.
+ Page 93 (getn_wstr): All implemented (as macros) except the
+underlying wgetn_wstr().
+ Page 97 (get_wch): All implemented (as macros) except the
+underlying wget_wch().
+ Page 99 (get_wstr): Xref to page 93.
+ Page 105 (hline_set): All implemented (as macros) except the
+underlying whline_set(), wvline_set().
+ Page 114 (innstr): Multi-byte character-completeness check is
+not implemented.
+ Page 115 (innwstr): All implemented (as macros) except the
+underlying winnw_str().
+ Page 119 (insnstr): Implementation may not be correct for multi-byte
+characters.
+ Page 120 (ins_nwstr): Not implemented.
+ Page 121 (insstr): Xref to page 119.
+ Page 122 (instr): Xref to page 119.
+ Page 123 (ins_wch): Not implemented.
+ Page 124 (ins_wstr): Xref to page 120.
+ Page 126 (in_wch): Not implemented.
+ Page 127 (in_wchnstr): Not implemented.
+ Page 128 (inwstr): Xref to page 115.
+ Page 133 (killwchar): killwchar not implemented.
+ Page 158 (pechochar): pecho_wchar() not implemented.
+ Page 176 (setcchar): Not implemented.
+ Page 181 (slk_attroff): slk_wset not implemented.
+ Page 200 (ungetch): unget_wch() not implemented.
+ Page 203 (vidattr): vid_attr() and vid_puts() not implemented.
+ Page 206 (vline_set): Xref to page 105.
+ Page 214 (wunctrl): Not implemented.
+ Page 216 (curses.h): cchar_t, wint_t, wchar_t references.
+ Page 220 (curses.h): KEY_CODE_YES
+
+Basically, the macro superstructure is there but the core is absent. We
+need better multi-locale support guarantees from the OS to finish this.
+If you are working on internationalization support, please contact us so
+we can cooperate.
+
+2. DOS port
+
+Only 16 of the 55 files in the library depend on the terminfo format.
+It should be possible to further kernelize the package, then rewrite
+a small number of core files to produce a functionally-compatible
+port that would do updates to a memory-mapped screen area. The first
+result of this would be a DOS port.
+
+3. X port
+
+It would be nice if ncurses could recognize when it was running under X and
+maintain its own window. With this feature, all ncurses programs would
+automatically become X programs. The challenge is to handle resize events
+properly.
+
+4. Unused capabilities
+
+The currently unused capabilities fall naturally into several groups:
+
+A. Status-line capabilities:
+
+ Booleans: has_status_line, status_line_esc_ok.
+ Numerics: width_status_line.
+ Strings: dis_status_line, from_status_line, to_status_line.
+
+System V Release 1 curses made no use of these at all. SVr4's use, if
+any, is unknown. From the AT&T termcap file it looks like curses, in general,
+shouldn't use them; terminal variants with status lines have their line count
+decremented by 1, suggesting that curses is supposed to leave the status line
+alone.
+
+B. Printer capabilities:
+
+ Boolean: col_addr_glitch, cr_cancels_micro_mode, has_print_wheel,
+ row_addr_glitch, semi_auto_right_margin, cpi_changes_res,
+ lpi_changes_res.
+ Numeric: buffer_capacity, dot_horz_spacing, dot_vert_spacing,
+ max_micro_address, max_micro_jump, micro_col_size,
+ micro_line_size, number_of_pins, output_res_char,
+ output_res_line, output_res_horz_inch, print_rate,
+ wide_char_size, bit_image_entwining, bit_image_type.
+ String: down_half_line, form_feed, up_half_line, set_left_margin,
+ set_right_margin, clear_margins, change_char_pitch
+ ... set_page_length (all the SVr4 printer caps),
+
+Curses doesn't use these.
+
+C. Printer-control capabilities:
+
+ Boolean: prtr_silent.
+ Strings: print_screen, prtr_on, prtr_off, prtr_non.
+
+Curses doesn't use these.
+
+D. Dialer strings:
+
+ Strings: hangup, dial_phone, quick_dial, tone, pulse, flash_hook,
+ fixed_pause, wait_tone.
+
+Curses doesn't use these.
+
+E. Window and virtual-terminal capabilities:
+
+ Numerics: maximum_windows, virtual_terminal.
+ Strings: req_for_input, create_window, goto_window, set_window.
+
+These seem to be fossils from some AT&T experiments on character-based
+window systems that never escaped the lab. The virtual_terminal cap had
+something to do with building terminal emulations into tty line disciplines.
+
+F. Unused VDT capabilities:
+
+ Booleans: erase_overstrike, has_meta_key, insert_null_glitch,
+ move_insert, dest_tabs_magic_smso, transparent_underline,
+ needs_xon_xoff, hard_cursor.
+ Numerics: lines_of_memory, buttons.
+ Strings: pkey_key, pkey_local, pkey_xmit, underline_char,
+ enter_xon_mode, exit_xon_mode, xon_character, xoff_character,
+ display_clock, remove_clock, user[0-5], display_pc_char,
+ enter_scancode_mode, exit_scancode_mode, pc_term_options,
+ scancode_escape, alt_scancode_esc.
+
+These are the potentially important ones for ncurses. Notes:
+
+ i) ncurses doesn't need move_insert; it never uses cup/hpa/vpa while
+ insert_mode is on.
+
+ ii) We probably don't care about dest_tabs_magic_smso; only
+ Telerays used it and they're all long obsolete.
+
+
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/aclocal.m4 b/contrib/ncurses/aclocal.m4
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..b42625d46df4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/aclocal.m4
@@ -0,0 +1,2140 @@
+dnl***************************************************************************
+dnl Copyright (c) 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc. *
+dnl *
+dnl Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a *
+dnl copy of this software and associated documentation files (the *
+dnl "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including *
+dnl without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, *
+dnl distribute, distribute with modifications, sublicense, and/or sell *
+dnl copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is *
+dnl furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: *
+dnl *
+dnl The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included *
+dnl in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. *
+dnl *
+dnl THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS *
+dnl OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF *
+dnl MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. *
+dnl IN NO EVENT SHALL THE ABOVE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, *
+dnl DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR *
+dnl OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR *
+dnl THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. *
+dnl *
+dnl Except as contained in this notice, the name(s) of the above copyright *
+dnl holders shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the *
+dnl sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written *
+dnl authorization. *
+dnl***************************************************************************
+dnl
+dnl Author: Thomas E. Dickey <dickey@clark.net> 1996,1997,1998
+dnl
+dnl $Id: aclocal.m4,v 1.162 1999/08/22 00:13:21 tom Exp $
+dnl Macros used in NCURSES auto-configuration script.
+dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Construct the list of include-options for the C programs in the Ada95
+dnl binding.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ADA_INCLUDE_DIRS],
+[
+ACPPFLAGS="$ACPPFLAGS -I. -I../../include"
+if test "$srcdir" != "."; then
+ ACPPFLAGS="$ACPPFLAGS -I\$(srcdir)/../../include"
+fi
+if test -z "$GCC"; then
+ ACPPFLAGS="$ACPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+elif test "$includedir" != "/usr/include"; then
+ if test "$includedir" = '${prefix}/include' ; then
+ if test $prefix != /usr ; then
+ ACPPFLAGS="$ACPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+ fi
+ else
+ ACPPFLAGS="$ACPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+ fi
+fi
+AC_SUBST(ACPPFLAGS)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl This is adapted from the macros 'fp_PROG_CC_STDC' and 'fp_C_PROTOTYPES'
+dnl in the sharutils 4.2 distribution.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ANSI_CC_CHECK],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for ${CC-cc} option to accept ANSI C)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_ansi_cc,[
+cf_cv_ansi_cc=no
+cf_save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
+# Don't try gcc -ansi; that turns off useful extensions and
+# breaks some systems' header files.
+# AIX -qlanglvl=ansi
+# Ultrix and OSF/1 -std1
+# HP-UX -Aa -D_HPUX_SOURCE
+# SVR4 -Xc
+# UnixWare 1.2 (cannot use -Xc, since ANSI/POSIX clashes)
+for cf_arg in "-DCC_HAS_PROTOS" \
+ "" \
+ -qlanglvl=ansi \
+ -std1 \
+ "-Aa -D_HPUX_SOURCE +e" \
+ "-Aa -D_HPUX_SOURCE" \
+ -Xc
+do
+ CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS $cf_arg"
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE(
+[
+#ifndef CC_HAS_PROTOS
+#if !defined(__STDC__) || (__STDC__ != 1)
+choke me
+#endif
+#endif
+],[
+ int test (int i, double x);
+ struct s1 {int (*f) (int a);};
+ struct s2 {int (*f) (double a);};],
+ [cf_cv_ansi_cc="$cf_arg"; break])
+done
+CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS"
+])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_ansi_cc)
+
+if test "$cf_cv_ansi_cc" != "no"; then
+if test ".$cf_cv_ansi_cc" != ".-DCC_HAS_PROTOS"; then
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $cf_cv_ansi_cc"
+else
+ AC_DEFINE(CC_HAS_PROTOS)
+fi
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl For programs that must use an ANSI compiler, obtain compiler options that
+dnl will make it recognize prototypes. We'll do preprocessor checks in other
+dnl macros, since tools such as unproto can fake prototypes, but only part of
+dnl the preprocessor.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ANSI_CC_REQD],
+[AC_REQUIRE([CF_ANSI_CC_CHECK])
+if test "$cf_cv_ansi_cc" = "no"; then
+ AC_ERROR(
+[Your compiler does not appear to recognize prototypes.
+You have the following choices:
+ a. adjust your compiler options
+ b. get an up-to-date compiler
+ c. use a wrapper such as unproto])
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Test if 'bool' is a builtin type in the configured C++ compiler. Some
+dnl older compilers (e.g., gcc 2.5.8) don't support 'bool' directly; gcc
+dnl 2.6.3 does, in anticipation of the ANSI C++ standard.
+dnl
+dnl Treat the configuration-variable specially here, since we're directly
+dnl substituting its value (i.e., 1/0).
+AC_DEFUN([CF_BOOL_DECL],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for builtin ifelse(AC_LANG,[C],$CC,$CXX) bool type])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(ifelse($1,,cf_cv_builtin_bool,[$1]),[
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+],[bool x = false],
+ [ifelse($1,,cf_cv_builtin_bool,[$1])=1],
+ [ifelse($1,,cf_cv_builtin_bool,[$1])=0])
+ ])
+if test $ifelse($1,,cf_cv_builtin_bool,[$1]) = 1
+then AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
+else AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Test for the size of 'bool' in the configured C++ compiler (e.g., a type).
+dnl Don't bother looking for bool.h, since it's been deprecated.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_BOOL_SIZE],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for size of ifelse(AC_LANG,[C],$CC,$CXX) bool])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_type_of_bool,[
+ rm -f cf_test.out
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#if HAVE_BUILTIN_H
+#include <builtin.h>
+#endif
+main()
+{
+ FILE *fp = fopen("cf_test.out", "w");
+ if (fp != 0) {
+ bool x = true;
+ if ((bool)(-x) >= 0)
+ fputs("unsigned ", fp);
+ if (sizeof(x) == sizeof(int)) fputs("int", fp);
+ else if (sizeof(x) == sizeof(char)) fputs("char", fp);
+ else if (sizeof(x) == sizeof(short))fputs("short",fp);
+ else if (sizeof(x) == sizeof(long)) fputs("long", fp);
+ fclose(fp);
+ }
+ exit(0);
+}
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_type_of_bool=`cat cf_test.out`],
+ [cf_cv_type_of_bool=unknown],
+ [cf_cv_type_of_bool=unknown])
+ ])
+ rm -f cf_test.out
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_type_of_bool)
+if test "$cf_cv_type_of_bool" = unknown ; then
+ AC_MSG_WARN(Assuming unsigned for type of bool)
+ cf_cv_type_of_bool=unsigned
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Determine the default configuration into which we'll install ncurses. This
+dnl can be overridden by the user's command-line options. There's two items to
+dnl look for:
+dnl 1. the prefix (e.g., /usr)
+dnl 2. the header files (e.g., /usr/include/ncurses)
+dnl We'll look for a previous installation of ncurses and use the same defaults.
+dnl
+dnl We don't use AC_PREFIX_DEFAULT, because it gets evaluated too soon, and
+dnl we don't use AC_PREFIX_PROGRAM, because we cannot distinguish ncurses's
+dnl programs from a vendor's.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CFG_DEFAULTS],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for prefix)
+if test "x$prefix" = "xNONE" ; then
+ case "$cf_cv_system_name" in
+ # non-vendor systems don't have a conflict
+ openbsd*|netbsd*|freebsd*|linux*)
+ prefix=/usr
+ ;;
+ *) prefix=$ac_default_prefix
+ ;;
+ esac
+fi
+AC_MSG_RESULT($prefix)
+
+if test "x$prefix" = "xNONE" ; then
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for default include-directory)
+test -n "$verbose" && echo 1>&AC_FD_MSG
+for cf_symbol in \
+ $includedir \
+ $includedir/ncurses \
+ $prefix/include \
+ $prefix/include/ncurses \
+ /usr/local/include \
+ /usr/local/include/ncurses \
+ /usr/include \
+ /usr/include/ncurses
+do
+ cf_dir=`eval echo $cf_symbol`
+ if test -f $cf_dir/curses.h ; then
+ if ( fgrep NCURSES_VERSION $cf_dir/curses.h 2>&1 >/dev/null ) ; then
+ includedir="$cf_symbol"
+ test -n "$verbose" && echo $ac_n " found " 1>&AC_FD_MSG
+ break
+ fi
+ fi
+ test -n "$verbose" && echo " tested $cf_dir" 1>&AC_FD_MSG
+done
+AC_MSG_RESULT($includedir)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if the terminal-capability database functions are available. If not,
+dnl ncurses has a much-reduced version.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CGETENT],[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for terminal-capability database functions)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_cgetent,[
+AC_TRY_LINK([
+#include <stdlib.h>],[
+ char temp[128];
+ char *buf = temp;
+ char *db_array = temp;
+ cgetent(&buf, /* int *, */ &db_array, "vt100");
+ cgetcap(buf, "tc", '=');
+ cgetmatch(buf, "tc");
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_cgetent=yes],
+ [cf_cv_cgetent=no])
+])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_cgetent)
+test $cf_cv_cgetent = yes && AC_DEFINE(HAVE_BSD_CGETENT)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if we're accidentally using a cache from a different machine.
+dnl Derive the system name, as a check for reusing the autoconf cache.
+dnl
+dnl If we've packaged config.guess and config.sub, run that (since it does a
+dnl better job than uname).
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CHECK_CACHE],
+[
+if test -f $srcdir/config.guess ; then
+ AC_CANONICAL_HOST
+ system_name="$host_os"
+else
+ system_name="`(uname -s -r) 2>/dev/null`"
+ if test -z "$system_name" ; then
+ system_name="`(hostname) 2>/dev/null`"
+ fi
+fi
+test -n "$system_name" && AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(SYSTEM_NAME,"$system_name")
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_system_name,[cf_cv_system_name="$system_name"])
+
+test -z "$system_name" && system_name="$cf_cv_system_name"
+test -n "$cf_cv_system_name" && AC_MSG_RESULT("Configuring for $cf_cv_system_name")
+
+if test ".$system_name" != ".$cf_cv_system_name" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(Cached system name ($system_name) does not agree with actual ($cf_cv_system_name))
+ AC_ERROR("Please remove config.cache and try again.")
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check for data that is usually declared in <stdio.h> or <errno.h>, e.g.,
+dnl the 'errno' variable. Define a DECL_xxx symbol if we must declare it
+dnl ourselves.
+dnl
+dnl (I would use AC_CACHE_CHECK here, but it will not work when called in a
+dnl loop from CF_SYS_ERRLIST).
+dnl
+dnl $1 = the name to check
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CHECK_ERRNO],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(if external $1 is declared)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_dcl_$1,[
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#if HAVE_STDLIB_H
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#endif
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <errno.h> ],
+ [long x = (long) $1],
+ [eval 'cf_cv_dcl_'$1'=yes'],
+ [eval 'cf_cv_dcl_'$1'=no]')
+])
+
+eval 'cf_result=$cf_cv_dcl_'$1
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_result)
+
+if test "$cf_result" = no ; then
+ eval 'cf_result=DECL_'$1
+ CF_UPPER(cf_result,$cf_result)
+ AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED($cf_result)
+fi
+
+# It's possible (for near-UNIX clones) that the data doesn't exist
+CF_CHECK_EXTERN_DATA($1,int)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check for existence of external data in the current set of libraries. If
+dnl we can modify it, it's real enough.
+dnl $1 = the name to check
+dnl $2 = its type
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CHECK_EXTERN_DATA],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(if external $1 exists)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_have_$1,[
+ AC_TRY_LINK([
+#undef $1
+extern $2 $1;
+],
+ [$1 = 2],
+ [eval 'cf_cv_have_'$1'=yes'],
+ [eval 'cf_cv_have_'$1'=no'])])
+
+eval 'cf_result=$cf_cv_have_'$1
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_result)
+
+if test "$cf_result" = yes ; then
+ eval 'cf_result=HAVE_'$1
+ CF_UPPER(cf_result,$cf_result)
+ AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED($cf_result)
+fi
+
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl If we're trying to use g++, test if libg++ is installed (a rather common
+dnl problem :-). If we have the compiler but no library, we'll be able to
+dnl configure, but won't be able to build the c++ demo program.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_CXX_LIBRARY],
+[
+cf_cxx_library=unknown
+if test $ac_cv_prog_gxx = yes; then
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([for libg++])
+ cf_save="$LIBS"
+ LIBS="$LIBS -lg++ -lm"
+ AC_TRY_LINK([
+#include <builtin.h>
+ ],
+ [float foo=abs(1.0)],
+ [cf_cxx_library=yes
+ CXXLIBS="$CXXLIBS -lg++ -lm"],
+ [cf_cxx_library=no])
+ LIBS="$cf_save"
+ AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cxx_library)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+AC_DEFUN([CF_DIRS_TO_MAKE],
+[
+DIRS_TO_MAKE="lib"
+for cf_item in $cf_list_models
+do
+ CF_OBJ_SUBDIR($cf_item,cf_subdir)
+ DIRS_TO_MAKE="$DIRS_TO_MAKE $cf_subdir"
+done
+for cf_dir in $DIRS_TO_MAKE
+do
+ test ! -d $cf_dir && mkdir $cf_dir
+done
+AC_SUBST(DIRS_TO_MAKE)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if 'errno' is declared in <errno.h>
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ERRNO],
+[
+CF_CHECK_ERRNO(errno)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Test for conflicting definitions of exception in gcc 2.8.0, etc., between
+dnl math.h and builtin.h, only for ncurses
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ETIP_DEFINES],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for special defines needed for etip.h)
+cf_save_CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS"
+cf_result="none"
+for cf_math in "" MATH_H
+do
+for cf_excp in "" MATH_EXCEPTION
+do
+ CXXFLAGS="$cf_save_CXXFLAGS -I${srcdir}/c++ -I${srcdir}/menu"
+ test -n "$cf_math" && CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS -DETIP_NEEDS_${cf_math}"
+ test -n "$cf_excp" && CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS -DETIP_NEEDS_${cf_excp}"
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <etip.h.in>
+],[],[
+ test -n "$cf_math" && AC_DEFINE(ETIP_NEEDS_${cf_math})
+ test -n "$cf_excp" && AC_DEFINE(ETIP_NEEDS_${cf_excp})
+ cf_result="$cf_math $cf_excp"
+ break
+],[])
+done
+done
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_result)
+CXXFLAGS="$cf_save_CXXFLAGS"
+])
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check for memmove, or a bcopy that can handle overlapping copy. If neither
+dnl is found, add our own version of memmove to the list of objects.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_FUNC_MEMMOVE],
+[
+AC_CHECK_FUNC(memmove,,[
+AC_CHECK_FUNC(bcopy,[
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK(if bcopy does overlapping moves,cf_cv_good_bcopy,[
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+int main() {
+ static char data[] = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuwwxyz";
+ char temp[40];
+ bcopy(data, temp, sizeof(data));
+ bcopy(temp+10, temp, 15);
+ bcopy(temp+5, temp+15, 10);
+ exit (strcmp(temp, "klmnopqrstuwwxypqrstuwwxyz"));
+}
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_good_bcopy=yes],
+ [cf_cv_good_bcopy=no],
+ [cf_cv_good_bcopy=unknown])
+ ])
+ ],[cf_cv_good_bcopy=no])
+ if test $cf_cv_good_bcopy = yes ; then
+ AC_DEFINE(USE_OK_BCOPY)
+ else
+ AC_DEFINE(USE_MY_MEMMOVE)
+ fi
+])])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Test for availability of useful gcc __attribute__ directives to quiet
+dnl compiler warnings. Though useful, not all are supported -- and contrary
+dnl to documentation, unrecognized directives cause older compilers to barf.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_GCC_ATTRIBUTES],
+[
+if test -n "$GCC"
+then
+cat > conftest.i <<EOF
+#ifndef GCC_PRINTF
+#define GCC_PRINTF 0
+#endif
+#ifndef GCC_SCANF
+#define GCC_SCANF 0
+#endif
+#ifndef GCC_NORETURN
+#define GCC_NORETURN /* nothing */
+#endif
+#ifndef GCC_UNUSED
+#define GCC_UNUSED /* nothing */
+#endif
+EOF
+if test -n "$GCC"
+then
+ AC_CHECKING([for gcc __attribute__ directives])
+ changequote(,)dnl
+cat > conftest.$ac_ext <<EOF
+#line __oline__ "configure"
+#include "confdefs.h"
+#include "conftest.h"
+#include "conftest.i"
+#if GCC_PRINTF
+#define GCC_PRINTFLIKE(fmt,var) __attribute__((format(printf,fmt,var)))
+#else
+#define GCC_PRINTFLIKE(fmt,var) /*nothing*/
+#endif
+#if GCC_SCANF
+#define GCC_SCANFLIKE(fmt,var) __attribute__((format(scanf,fmt,var)))
+#else
+#define GCC_SCANFLIKE(fmt,var) /*nothing*/
+#endif
+extern void wow(char *,...) GCC_SCANFLIKE(1,2);
+extern void oops(char *,...) GCC_PRINTFLIKE(1,2) GCC_NORETURN;
+extern void foo(void) GCC_NORETURN;
+int main(int argc GCC_UNUSED, char *argv[] GCC_UNUSED) { return 0; }
+EOF
+ changequote([,])dnl
+ for cf_attribute in scanf printf unused noreturn
+ do
+ CF_UPPER(CF_ATTRIBUTE,$cf_attribute)
+ cf_directive="__attribute__(($cf_attribute))"
+ echo "checking for gcc $cf_directive" 1>&AC_FD_CC
+ case $cf_attribute in
+ scanf|printf)
+ cat >conftest.h <<EOF
+#define GCC_$CF_ATTRIBUTE 1
+EOF
+ ;;
+ *)
+ cat >conftest.h <<EOF
+#define GCC_$CF_ATTRIBUTE $cf_directive
+EOF
+ ;;
+ esac
+ if AC_TRY_EVAL(ac_compile); then
+ test -n "$verbose" && AC_MSG_RESULT(... $cf_attribute)
+ cat conftest.h >>confdefs.h
+# else
+# sed -e 's/__attr.*/\/*nothing*\//' conftest.h >>confdefs.h
+ fi
+ done
+else
+ fgrep define conftest.i >>confdefs.h
+fi
+rm -rf conftest*
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if the compiler supports useful warning options. There's a few that
+dnl we don't use, simply because they're too noisy:
+dnl
+dnl -Wconversion (useful in older versions of gcc, but not in gcc 2.7.x)
+dnl -Wredundant-decls (system headers make this too noisy)
+dnl -Wtraditional (combines too many unrelated messages, only a few useful)
+dnl -Wwrite-strings (too noisy, but should review occasionally)
+dnl -pedantic
+dnl
+AC_DEFUN([CF_GCC_WARNINGS],
+[
+if test -n "$GCC"
+then
+ changequote(,)dnl
+ cat > conftest.$ac_ext <<EOF
+#line __oline__ "configure"
+int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { return (argv[argc-1] == 0) ; }
+EOF
+ changequote([,])dnl
+ AC_CHECKING([for gcc warning options])
+ cf_save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
+ EXTRA_CFLAGS="-W -Wall"
+ cf_warn_CONST=""
+ test "$with_ext_const" = yes && cf_warn_CONST="Wwrite-strings"
+ for cf_opt in \
+ Wbad-function-cast \
+ Wcast-align \
+ Wcast-qual \
+ Winline \
+ Wmissing-declarations \
+ Wmissing-prototypes \
+ Wnested-externs \
+ Wpointer-arith \
+ Wshadow \
+ Wstrict-prototypes $cf_warn_CONST
+ do
+ CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS $EXTRA_CFLAGS -$cf_opt"
+ if AC_TRY_EVAL(ac_compile); then
+ test -n "$verbose" && AC_MSG_RESULT(... -$cf_opt)
+ EXTRA_CFLAGS="$EXTRA_CFLAGS -$cf_opt"
+ test "$cf_opt" = Wcast-qual && EXTRA_CFLAGS="$EXTRA_CFLAGS -DXTSTRINGDEFINES"
+ fi
+ done
+ rm -f conftest*
+ CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS"
+fi
+AC_SUBST(EXTRA_CFLAGS)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Verify that a test program compiles and runs with GNAT
+dnl $cf_ada_make is set to the program that compiles/links
+AC_DEFUN([CF_GNAT_TRY_RUN],
+[
+rm -f conftest*
+cat >>conftest.ads <<CF_EOF
+$1
+CF_EOF
+cat >>conftest.adb <<CF_EOF
+$2
+CF_EOF
+if ( $cf_ada_make conftest 1>&AC_FD_CC 2>&1 ) ; then
+ if ( ./conftest 1>&AC_FD_CC 2>&1 ) ; then
+ifelse($3,, :,[ $3])
+ifelse($4,,,[ else
+ $4])
+ fi
+ifelse($4,,,[else
+ $4])
+fi
+rm -f conftest*
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Verify Version of GNAT.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_GNAT_VERSION],
+[
+changequote(<<, >>)dnl
+cf_cv_gnat_version=`$cf_ada_make -v 2>&1 | grep '[0-9].[0-9][0-9]*' |\
+ sed -e 's/[^0-9 \.]//g' | $AWK '{print $<<1>>;}'`
+case $cf_cv_gnat_version in
+ 3.[1-9]*|[4-9].*)
+ cf_cv_prog_gnat_correct=yes
+ ;;
+ *) echo Unsupported GNAT version $cf_cv_gnat_version. Required is 3.10 or better. Disabling Ada95 binding.
+ cf_cv_prog_gnat_correct=no
+ ;;
+esac
+case $cf_cv_gnat_version in
+ 3.1*|[4-9].*)
+ cf_compile_generics=generics
+ cf_generic_objects="\$(GENOBJS)"
+ ;;
+ *) cf_compile_generics=
+ cf_generic_objects=
+ ;;
+esac
+changequote([, ])dnl
+])
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Insert text into the help-message, for readability, from AC_ARG_WITH.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_HELP_MESSAGE],
+[AC_DIVERT_HELP([$1])dnl
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Construct the list of include-options according to whether we're building
+dnl in the source directory or using '--srcdir=DIR' option. If we're building
+dnl with gcc, don't append the includedir if it happens to be /usr/include,
+dnl since that usually breaks gcc's shadow-includes.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_INCLUDE_DIRS],
+[
+CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I. -I../include"
+if test "$srcdir" != "."; then
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I\$(srcdir)/../include"
+fi
+if test -z "$GCC"; then
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+elif test "$includedir" != "/usr/include"; then
+ if test "$includedir" = '${prefix}/include' ; then
+ if test $prefix != /usr ; then
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+ fi
+ else
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I\$(includedir)"
+ fi
+fi
+AC_SUBST(CPPFLAGS)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if we have either a function or macro for 'isascii()'.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_ISASCII],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for isascii)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_have_isascii,[
+ AC_TRY_LINK([#include <ctype.h>],[int x = isascii(' ')],
+ [cf_cv_have_isascii=yes],
+ [cf_cv_have_isascii=no])
+])dnl
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_have_isascii)
+test $cf_cv_have_isascii = yes && AC_DEFINE(HAVE_ISASCII)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute the library-prefix for the given host system
+dnl $1 = variable to set
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LIB_PREFIX],
+[
+ case $cf_cv_system_name in
+ os2) $1='' ;;
+ *) $1='lib' ;;
+ esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Append definitions and rules for the given models to the subdirectory
+dnl Makefiles, and the recursion rule for the top-level Makefile. If the
+dnl subdirectory is a library-source directory, modify the LIBRARIES list in
+dnl the corresponding makefile to list the models that we'll generate.
+dnl
+dnl For shared libraries, make a list of symbolic links to construct when
+dnl generating each library. The convention used for Linux is the simplest
+dnl one:
+dnl lib<name>.so ->
+dnl lib<name>.so.<major> ->
+dnl lib<name>.so.<maj>.<minor>
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LIB_RULES],
+[
+CF_LIB_PREFIX(cf_prefix)
+AC_REQUIRE([CF_SUBST_NCURSES_VERSION])
+for cf_dir in $SRC_SUBDIRS
+do
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules; then
+
+ cf_libs_to_make=
+ for cf_item in $CF_LIST_MODELS
+ do
+ CF_LIB_SUFFIX($cf_item,cf_suffix)
+ cf_libs_to_make="$cf_libs_to_make ../lib/${cf_prefix}${cf_dir}${cf_suffix}"
+ done
+
+ if test $cf_dir = ncurses ; then
+ case "$LIB_SUBSETS" in
+ termlib+*) #(vi
+ ;;
+ *) #(vi
+ cf_item=`echo $cf_libs_to_make |sed -e s/$LIB_NAME/$TINFO_NAME/g`
+ cf_libs_to_make="$cf_item $cf_libs_to_make"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+
+ sed -e "s@\@LIBS_TO_MAKE\@@$cf_libs_to_make@" \
+ $cf_dir/Makefile >$cf_dir/Makefile.out
+ mv $cf_dir/Makefile.out $cf_dir/Makefile
+
+ $AWK -f $srcdir/mk-0th.awk \
+ name=$cf_dir \
+ $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+
+ for cf_item in $CF_LIST_MODELS
+ do
+ echo 'Appending rules for '$cf_item' model ('$cf_dir')'
+ CF_UPPER(CF_ITEM,$cf_item)
+ CF_LIB_SUFFIX($cf_item,cf_suffix)
+ CF_OBJ_SUBDIR($cf_item,cf_subdir)
+
+ # These dependencies really are for development, not
+ # builds, but they are useful in porting, too.
+ cf_depend="../include/ncurses_cfg.h"
+ if test "$srcdir" = "."; then
+ cf_reldir="."
+ else
+ cf_reldir="\$(srcdir)"
+ fi
+
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/$cf_dir.priv.h; then
+ cf_depend="$cf_depend $cf_reldir/$cf_dir.priv.h"
+ elif test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/curses.priv.h; then
+ cf_depend="$cf_depend $cf_reldir/curses.priv.h"
+ fi
+
+ for cf_subset in $LIB_SUBSETS
+ do
+ $AWK -f $srcdir/mk-1st.awk \
+ name=$cf_dir \
+ MODEL=$CF_ITEM \
+ model=$cf_subdir \
+ prefix=$cf_prefix \
+ suffix=$cf_suffix \
+ subset=$cf_subset \
+ DoLinks=$cf_cv_do_symlinks \
+ rmSoLocs=$cf_cv_rm_so_locs \
+ ldconfig="$LDCONFIG" \
+ overwrite=$WITH_OVERWRITE \
+ depend="$cf_depend" \
+ target="$target" \
+ $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ test $cf_dir = ncurses && WITH_OVERWRITE=no
+ $AWK -f $srcdir/mk-2nd.awk \
+ name=$cf_dir \
+ MODEL=$CF_ITEM \
+ model=$cf_subdir \
+ subset=$cf_subset \
+ srcdir=$srcdir \
+ echo=$WITH_ECHO \
+ $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ done
+ done
+ fi
+
+ echo ' cd '$cf_dir' && $(MAKE) $(CF_MFLAGS) [$]@' >>Makefile
+done
+
+for cf_dir in $SRC_SUBDIRS
+do
+ if test -f $cf_dir/Makefile ; then
+ case "$cf_dir" in
+ Ada95) #(vi
+ echo 'install.libs \' >> Makefile
+ echo 'uninstall.libs ::' >> Makefile
+ echo ' cd '$cf_dir' && $(MAKE) $(CF_MFLAGS) [$]@' >> Makefile
+ ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules; then
+ echo >> Makefile
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers; then
+cat >> Makefile <<CF_EOF
+install.includes \\
+uninstall.includes \\
+CF_EOF
+ fi
+if test "$cf_dir" != "c++" ; then
+echo 'lint \' >> Makefile
+fi
+cat >> Makefile <<CF_EOF
+lintlib \\
+install.libs \\
+uninstall.libs \\
+install.$cf_dir \\
+uninstall.$cf_dir ::
+ cd $cf_dir && \$(MAKE) \$(CF_MFLAGS) \[$]@
+CF_EOF
+ elif test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers; then
+cat >> Makefile <<CF_EOF
+
+install.libs \\
+uninstall.libs \\
+install.includes \\
+uninstall.includes ::
+ cd $cf_dir && \$(MAKE) \$(CF_MFLAGS) \[$]@
+CF_EOF
+fi
+done
+
+cat >> Makefile <<CF_EOF
+
+install.data ::
+ cd misc && \$(MAKE) \$(CF_MFLAGS) \[$]@
+
+install.man ::
+ cd man && \$(MAKE) \$(CF_MFLAGS) \[$]@
+
+distclean ::
+ rm -f config.cache config.log config.status Makefile include/ncurses_cfg.h
+ rm -f headers.sh headers.sed
+ rm -rf \$(DIRS_TO_MAKE)
+CF_EOF
+
+dnl If we're installing into a subdirectory of /usr/include, etc., we should
+dnl prepend the subdirectory's name to the "#include" paths. It won't hurt
+dnl anything, and will make it more standardized. It's awkward to decide this
+dnl at configuration because of quoting, so we'll simply make all headers
+dnl installed via a script that can do the right thing.
+
+rm -f headers.sed headers.sh
+
+dnl ( generating this script makes the makefiles a little tidier :-)
+echo creating headers.sh
+cat >headers.sh <<CF_EOF
+#! /bin/sh
+# This shell script is generated by the 'configure' script. It is invoked in a
+# subdirectory of the build tree. It generates a sed-script in the parent
+# directory that is used to adjust includes for header files that reside in a
+# subdirectory of /usr/include, etc.
+PRG=""
+while test \[$]# != 3
+do
+PRG="\$PRG \[$]1"; shift
+done
+DST=\[$]1
+REF=\[$]2
+SRC=\[$]3
+echo installing \$SRC in \$DST
+case \$DST in
+/*/include/*)
+ TMP=\${TMPDIR-/tmp}/\`basename \$SRC\`
+ if test ! -f ../headers.sed ; then
+ END=\`basename \$DST\`
+ for i in \`cat \$REF/../*/headers |fgrep -v "#"\`
+ do
+ NAME=\`basename \$i\`
+ echo "s/<\$NAME>/<\$END\/\$NAME>/" >> ../headers.sed
+ done
+ fi
+ rm -f \$TMP
+ sed -f ../headers.sed \$SRC > \$TMP
+ eval \$PRG \$TMP \$DST
+ rm -f \$TMP
+ ;;
+*)
+ eval \$PRG \$SRC \$DST
+ ;;
+esac
+CF_EOF
+
+chmod 0755 headers.sh
+
+for cf_dir in $SRC_SUBDIRS
+do
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers; then
+ cat >>$cf_dir/Makefile <<CF_EOF
+\$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) :
+ \$(srcdir)/../mkinstalldirs \[$]@
+
+install \\
+install.libs \\
+install.includes :: \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) \\
+CF_EOF
+ j=""
+ for i in `cat $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers |fgrep -v "#"`
+ do
+ test -n "$j" && echo " $j \\" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ j=$i
+ done
+ echo " $j" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ for i in `cat $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers |fgrep -v "#"`
+ do
+ echo " @ (cd \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) && rm -f `basename $i`) ; ../headers.sh \$(INSTALL_DATA) \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) \$(srcdir) $i" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ test $i = curses.h && echo " @ (cd \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) && rm -f ncurses.h && \$(LN_S) curses.h ncurses.h)" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ done
+
+ cat >>$cf_dir/Makefile <<CF_EOF
+
+uninstall \\
+uninstall.libs \\
+uninstall.includes ::
+CF_EOF
+ for i in `cat $srcdir/$cf_dir/headers |fgrep -v "#"`
+ do
+ i=`basename $i`
+ echo " -@ (cd \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) && rm -f $i)" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ test $i = curses.h && echo " -@ (cd \$(INSTALL_PREFIX)\$(includedir) && rm -f ncurses.h)" >>$cf_dir/Makefile
+ done
+ fi
+done
+
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute the library-suffix from the given model name
+dnl $1 = model name
+dnl $2 = variable to set
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LIB_SUFFIX],
+[
+ AC_REQUIRE([CF_SUBST_NCURSES_VERSION])
+ case $1 in
+ normal) $2='.a' ;;
+ debug) $2='_g.a' ;;
+ profile) $2='_p.a' ;;
+ shared)
+ case $cf_cv_system_name in
+ openbsd*|netbsd*|freebsd*)
+ $2='.so.$(REL_VERSION)' ;;
+ hpux*) $2='.sl' ;;
+ *) $2='.so' ;;
+ esac
+ esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute the string to append to -library from the given model name
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LIB_TYPE],
+[
+ case $1 in
+ normal) $2='' ;;
+ debug) $2='_g' ;;
+ profile) $2='_p' ;;
+ shared) $2='' ;;
+ esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Some systems have a non-ANSI linker that doesn't pull in modules that have
+dnl only data (i.e., no functions), for example NeXT. On those systems we'll
+dnl have to provide wrappers for global tables to ensure they're linked
+dnl properly.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LINK_DATAONLY],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([if data-only library module links])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_link_dataonly,[
+ rm -f conftest.a
+ changequote(,)dnl
+ cat >conftest.$ac_ext <<EOF
+#line __oline__ "configure"
+int testdata[3] = { 123, 456, 789 };
+EOF
+ changequote([,])dnl
+ if AC_TRY_EVAL(ac_compile) ; then
+ mv conftest.o data.o && \
+ ( $AR $AR_OPTS conftest.a data.o ) 2>&5 1>/dev/null
+ fi
+ rm -f conftest.$ac_ext data.o
+ changequote(,)dnl
+ cat >conftest.$ac_ext <<EOF
+#line __oline__ "configure"
+int testfunc()
+{
+#if defined(NeXT)
+ exit(1); /* I'm told this linker is broken */
+#else
+ extern int testdata[3];
+ return testdata[0] == 123
+ && testdata[1] == 456
+ && testdata[2] == 789;
+#endif
+}
+EOF
+ changequote([,])dnl
+ if AC_TRY_EVAL(ac_compile); then
+ mv conftest.o func.o && \
+ ( $AR $AR_OPTS conftest.a func.o ) 2>&5 1>/dev/null
+ fi
+ rm -f conftest.$ac_ext func.o
+ ( eval $ac_cv_prog_RANLIB conftest.a ) 2>&5 >/dev/null
+ cf_saveLIBS="$LIBS"
+ LIBS="conftest.a $LIBS"
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+ int main()
+ {
+ extern int testfunc();
+ exit (!testfunc());
+ }
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_link_dataonly=yes],
+ [cf_cv_link_dataonly=no],
+ [cf_cv_link_dataonly=unknown])
+ LIBS="$cf_saveLIBS"
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_link_dataonly)
+test $cf_cv_link_dataonly = no && AC_DEFINE(BROKEN_LINKER)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Most Unix systems have both link and symlink, a few don't have symlink.
+dnl A few non-Unix systems implement symlink, but not link.
+dnl A few non-systems implement neither (or have nonfunctional versions).
+AC_DEFUN([CF_LINK_FUNCS],
+[
+AC_CHECK_FUNCS( \
+ remove \
+ unlink )
+
+if test "$ac_cv_prog_cc_cross" = yes ; then
+ AC_CHECK_FUNCS( \
+ link \
+ symlink )
+else
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK(if link/symlink functions work,cf_cv_link_funcs,[
+ cf_cv_link_funcs=
+ for cf_func in link symlink ; do
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <sys/stat.h>
+#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
+#include <unistd.h>
+#endif
+int main()
+{
+ int fail = 0;
+ char *src = "config.log";
+ char *dst = "conftest.chk";
+ struct stat src_sb;
+ struct stat dst_sb;
+
+ stat(src, &src_sb);
+ fail = ($cf_func("config.log", "conftest.chk") < 0)
+ || (stat(dst, &dst_sb) < 0)
+ || (dst_sb.st_mtime != src_sb.st_mtime);
+#ifdef HAVE_UNLINK
+ unlink(dst);
+#else
+ remove(dst);
+#endif
+ exit (fail);
+}
+ ],[
+ cf_cv_link_funcs="$cf_cv_link_funcs $cf_func"
+ eval 'ac_cv_func_'$cf_func'=yes'],[
+ eval 'ac_cv_func_'$cf_func'=no'],[
+ eval 'ac_cv_func_'$cf_func'=error'])
+ done
+ test -z "$cf_cv_link_funcs" && cf_cv_link_funcs=no
+ ])
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Some 'make' programs support $(MAKEFLAGS), some $(MFLAGS), to pass 'make'
+dnl options to lower-levels. It's very useful for "make -n" -- if we have it.
+dnl (GNU 'make' does both, something POSIX 'make', which happens to make the
+dnl $(MAKEFLAGS) variable incompatible because it adds the assignments :-)
+AC_DEFUN([CF_MAKEFLAGS],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for makeflags variable])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_makeflags,[
+ cf_cv_makeflags=''
+ for cf_option in '-$(MAKEFLAGS)' '$(MFLAGS)'
+ do
+ cat >cf_makeflags.tmp <<CF_EOF
+all :
+ @ echo '.$cf_option'
+CF_EOF
+ cf_result=`${MAKE-make} -k -f cf_makeflags.tmp 2>/dev/null`
+ case "$cf_result" in
+ .*k)
+ cf_result=`${MAKE-make} -k -f cf_makeflags.tmp CC=cc 2>/dev/null`
+ case "$cf_result" in
+ .*CC=*) cf_cv_makeflags=
+ ;;
+ *) cf_cv_makeflags=$cf_option
+ ;;
+ esac
+ break
+ ;;
+ *) echo no match "$cf_result"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ rm -f cf_makeflags.tmp])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_makeflags)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_makeflags)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Option to allow user to override automatic configuration of manpage format.
+dnl There are several special cases.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_MANPAGE_FORMAT],
+[ AC_MSG_CHECKING(format of man-pages)
+
+AC_ARG_WITH(manpage-format,
+ [ --with-manpage-format specify manpage-format: gzip/compress/BSDI/normal and
+ optionally formatted, e.g., gzip,formatted],
+ [cf_manpage_form=$withval],
+ [cf_manpage_form=unknown])
+
+case ".$cf_manpage_form" in
+.gzip|.compress|.BSDI|.normal|.formatted) # (vi
+ ;;
+.unknown|.) # (vi
+ if test -z "$MANPATH" ; then
+ MANPATH="/usr/man:/usr/share/man"
+ fi
+ # look for the 'date' man-page (it's most likely to be installed!)
+ IFS="${IFS= }"; ac_save_ifs="$IFS"; IFS="${IFS}:"
+ cf_manpage_form=unknown
+ for cf_dir in $MANPATH; do
+ test -z "$cf_dir" && cf_dir=/usr/man
+changequote({{,}})dnl
+ for cf_name in $cf_dir/*/date.[01]* $cf_dir/*/date
+changequote([,])dnl
+ do
+ cf_test=`echo $cf_name | sed -e 's/*//'`
+ if test "x$cf_test" = "x$cf_name" ; then
+ case "$cf_name" in
+ *.gz) cf_manpage_form=gzip;;
+ *.Z) cf_manpage_form=compress;;
+ *.0) cf_manpage_form=BSDI,formatted;;
+ *) cf_manpage_form=normal;;
+ esac
+ break
+ fi
+ done
+ if test "$cf_manpage_form" != "unknown" ; then
+ break
+ fi
+ done
+ IFS="$ac_save_ifs"
+ ;;
+.*) # (vi
+ AC_MSG_WARN(Unexpected manpage-format)
+ ;;
+esac
+
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_manpage_form)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl The Debian people have their own naming convention for manpages. This
+dnl option lets us override the name of the file containing renaming, or
+dnl disable it altogether.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_MANPAGE_RENAMES],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for manpage renaming)
+
+AC_ARG_WITH(manpage-renames,
+ [ --with-manpage-renames specify manpage-renaming],
+ [cf_manpage_renames=$withval],
+ [cf_manpage_renames=yes])
+
+case ".$cf_manpage_renames" in #(vi
+.no) #(vi
+ ;;
+.|.yes)
+ # Debian 'man' program?
+ if test -f /etc/debian_version ; then
+ cf_manpage_renames=`cd $srcdir && pwd`/man/man_db.renames
+ else
+ cf_manpage_renames=no
+ fi
+ ;;
+esac
+
+if test "$cf_manpage_renames" != no ; then
+ if test ! -f $cf_manpage_renames ; then
+ AC_MSG_ERROR(not a filename: $cf_manpage_renames)
+ fi
+
+ test ! -d man && mkdir man
+
+ # Construct a sed-script to perform renaming within man-pages
+ if test -n "$cf_manpage_renames" ; then
+ test ! -d man && mkdir man
+ $srcdir/man/make_sed.sh $cf_manpage_renames >man/edit_man.sed
+ fi
+fi
+
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_manpage_renames)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Try to determine if the man-pages on the system are compressed, and if
+dnl so, what format is used. Use this information to construct a script that
+dnl will install man-pages.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_MAN_PAGES],
+[
+CF_HELP_MESSAGE(Options to Specify How Manpages are Installed:)
+CF_MANPAGE_FORMAT
+CF_MANPAGE_RENAMES
+
+ if test "$prefix" = "NONE" ; then
+ cf_prefix="$ac_default_prefix"
+ else
+ cf_prefix="$prefix"
+ fi
+
+ case "$cf_manpage_form" in # (vi
+ *formatted*) # (vi
+ cf_subdir='$mandir/cat'
+ cf_format=yes
+ ;;
+ *)
+ cf_subdir='$mandir/man'
+ cf_format=no
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+test ! -d man && mkdir man
+cat >man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+changequote({{,}})dnl
+#! /bin/sh
+# this script is generated by the configure-script
+prefix="$cf_prefix"
+datadir="$datadir"
+MKDIRS="`cd $srcdir && pwd`/mkinstalldirs"
+INSTALL="$INSTALL"
+INSTALL_DATA="$INSTALL_DATA"
+TMP=\${TMPDIR-/tmp}/man\$\$
+trap "rm -f \$TMP" 0 1 2 5 15
+
+verb=\{{$}}1
+shift
+
+mandir=\{{$}}1
+shift
+
+for i in \{{$}}* ; do
+case \$i in #(vi
+*.orig|*.rej) ;; #(vi
+*.[0-9]*)
+ section=\`expr "\$i" : '.*\\.\\([0-9]\\)[xm]*'\`;
+ if test \$verb = installing ; then
+ if test ! -d $cf_subdir\${section} ; then
+ \$MKDIRS $cf_subdir\$section
+ fi
+ fi
+ source=\`basename \$i\`
+CF_EOF
+if test "$cf_manpage_renames" = no ; then
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ target=$cf_subdir\${section}/\$source
+ sed -e "s,@DATADIR@,\$datadir," < \$i >\$TMP
+CF_EOF
+else
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ target=\`grep "^\$source" $cf_manpage_renames | $AWK '{print \{{$}}2}'\`
+ if test -z "\$target" ; then
+ echo '? missing rename for '\$source
+ target="\$source"
+ fi
+ target="$cf_subdir\$section/\$target"
+ test \$verb = installing && sed -e "s,@DATADIR@,\$datadir," < \$i | sed -f edit_man.sed >\$TMP
+CF_EOF
+fi
+if test $cf_format = yes ; then
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ nroff -man \$TMP >\$TMP.out
+ mv \$TMP.out \$TMP
+CF_EOF
+fi
+case "$cf_manpage_form" in #(vi
+*compress*) #(vi
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ if test \$verb = installing ; then
+ if ( compress -f \$TMP )
+ then
+ mv \$TMP.Z \$TMP
+ fi
+ fi
+ target="\$target.Z"
+CF_EOF
+ ;;
+*gzip*) #(vi
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ if test \$verb = installing ; then
+ if ( gzip -f \$TMP )
+ then
+ mv \$TMP.gz \$TMP
+ fi
+ fi
+ target="\$target.gz"
+CF_EOF
+ ;;
+*BSDI*)
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ # BSDI installs only .0 suffixes in the cat directories
+ target="\`echo \$target|sed -e 's/\.[1-9]\+.\?/.0/'\`"
+CF_EOF
+ ;;
+esac
+cat >>man/edit_man.sh <<CF_EOF
+ echo \$verb \$target
+ if test \$verb = installing ; then
+ \$INSTALL_DATA \$TMP \$target
+ else
+ rm -f \$target
+ fi
+ ;;
+esac
+done
+CF_EOF
+changequote([,])dnl
+chmod 755 man/edit_man.sh
+
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute the object-directory name from the given model name
+AC_DEFUN([CF_OBJ_SUBDIR],
+[
+ case $1 in
+ normal) $2='objects' ;;
+ debug) $2='obj_g' ;;
+ profile) $2='obj_p' ;;
+ shared) $2='obj_s' ;;
+ esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check the argument to see that it looks like a pathname. Rewrite it if it
+dnl begins with one of the prefix/exec_prefix variables, and then again if the
+dnl result begins with 'NONE'. This is necessary to workaround autoconf's
+dnl delayed evaluation of those symbols.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_PATH_SYNTAX],[
+case ".[$]$1" in #(vi
+./*) #(vi
+ ;;
+.\[$]{*prefix}*) #(vi
+ eval $1="[$]$1"
+ case ".[$]$1" in #(vi
+ .NONE/*)
+ $1=`echo [$]$1 | sed -e s@NONE@$ac_default_prefix@`
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;; #(vi
+.NONE/*)
+ $1=`echo [$]$1 | sed -e s@NONE@$ac_default_prefix@`
+ ;;
+*)
+ AC_ERROR(expected a pathname)
+ ;;
+esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute $PROG_EXT, used for non-Unix ports, such as OS/2 EMX.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_PROG_EXT],
+[
+AC_REQUIRE([CF_CHECK_CACHE])
+PROG_EXT=
+case $cf_cv_system_name in
+os2*)
+ # We make sure -Zexe is not used -- it would interfere with @PROG_EXT@
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -Zmt -D__ST_MT_ERRNO__"
+ LDFLAGS=`echo "$LDFLAGS -Zmt -Zcrtdll" | sed "s/-Zexe//g"`
+ PROG_EXT=".exe"
+ ;;
+esac
+AC_SUBST(PROG_EXT)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Force $INSTALL to be an absolute-path. Otherwise, edit_man.sh and the
+dnl misc/tabset install won't work properly. Usually this happens only when
+dnl using the fallback mkinstalldirs script
+AC_DEFUN([CF_PROG_INSTALL],
+[AC_PROG_INSTALL
+case $INSTALL in
+/*)
+ ;;
+*)
+changequote({{,}})dnl
+ cf_dir=`echo $INSTALL|sed -e 's%/[^/]*$%%'`
+ test -z "$cf_dir" && cf_dir=.
+changequote([,])dnl
+ INSTALL=`cd $cf_dir && pwd`/`echo $INSTALL | sed -e 's:^.*/::'`
+ ;;
+esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Attempt to determine if we've got one of the flavors of regular-expression
+dnl code that we can support.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_REGEX],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for regular-expression headers])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_regex,[
+AC_TRY_LINK([#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <regex.h>],[
+ regex_t *p;
+ int x = regcomp(p, "", 0);
+ int y = regexec(p, "", 0, 0, 0);
+ regfree(p);
+ ],[cf_cv_regex="regex.h"],[
+ AC_TRY_LINK([#include <regexp.h>],[
+ char *p = compile("", "", "", 0);
+ int x = step("", "");
+ ],[cf_cv_regex="regexp.h"],[
+ cf_save_LIBS="$LIBS"
+ LIBS="-lgen $LIBS"
+ AC_TRY_LINK([#include <regexpr.h>],[
+ char *p = compile("", "", "");
+ int x = step("", "");
+ ],[cf_cv_regex="regexpr.h"],[LIBS="$cf_save_LIBS"])])])
+])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_regex)
+case $cf_cv_regex in
+ regex.h) AC_DEFINE(HAVE_REGEX_H_FUNCS) ;;
+ regexp.h) AC_DEFINE(HAVE_REGEXP_H_FUNCS) ;;
+ regexpr.h) AC_DEFINE(HAVE_REGEXPR_H_FUNCS) ;;
+esac
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Attempt to determine the appropriate CC/LD options for creating a shared
+dnl library.
+dnl
+dnl Note: $(LOCAL_LDFLAGS) is used to link executables that will run within the
+dnl build-tree, i.e., by making use of the libraries that are compiled in ../lib
+dnl We avoid compiling-in a ../lib path for the shared library since that can
+dnl lead to unexpected results at runtime.
+dnl $(LOCAL_LDFLAGS2) has the same intention but assumes that the shared libraries
+dnl are compiled in ../../lib
+dnl
+dnl The variable 'cf_cv_do_symlinks' is used to control whether we configure
+dnl to install symbolic links to the rel/abi versions of shared libraries.
+dnl
+dnl The variable 'cf_cv_shlib_version' controls whether we use the rel or abi
+dnl version when making symbolic links.
+dnl
+dnl Some loaders leave 'so_locations' lying around. It's nice to clean up.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SHARED_OPTS],
+[
+ AC_REQUIRE([CF_SUBST_NCURSES_VERSION])
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS=
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS2=
+ LD_SHARED_OPTS=
+ INSTALL_LIB="-m 644"
+
+ cf_cv_do_symlinks=no
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING(if release/abi version should be used for shared libs)
+ AC_ARG_WITH(shlib-version,
+ [ --with-shlib-version=X Specify rel or abi version for shared libs],
+ [test -z "$withval" && withval=auto
+ case $withval in #(vi
+ yes) #(vi
+ cf_cv_shlib_version=auto
+ ;;
+ rel|abi|auto|no) #(vi
+ cf_cv_shlib_version=$withval
+ ;;
+ *)
+ AC_ERROR([option value must be one of: rel, abi, auto or no])
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ],[cf_cv_shlib_version=auto])
+ AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_shlib_version)
+
+ cf_cv_rm_so_locs=no
+
+ case $cf_cv_system_name in
+ hpux10.*)
+ # (tested with gcc 2.7.2 -- I don't have c89)
+ if test -n "$GCC"; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fPIC'
+ LD_SHARED_OPTS='-Xlinker +b -Xlinker $(libdir)'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='+Z'
+ LD_SHARED_OPTS='-Wl,+b,$(libdir)'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) +b $(libdir) -b +h `basename $[@]` -o $[@]'
+ # HP-UX shared libraries must be executable, and should be
+ # readonly to exploit a quirk in the memory manager.
+ INSTALL_LIB="-m 555"
+ cf_cv_do_symlinks=reverse
+ ;;
+ hpux*)
+ # (tested with gcc 2.7.2 -- I don't have c89)
+ if test -n "$GCC"; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fPIC'
+ LD_SHARED_OPTS='-Xlinker +b -Xlinker $(libdir)'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='+Z'
+ LD_SHARED_OPTS='-Wl,+b,$(libdir)'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) +b $(libdir) -b -o $[@]'
+ # HP-UX shared libraries must be executable, and should be
+ # readonly to exploit a quirk in the memory manager.
+ INSTALL_LIB="-m 555"
+ ;;
+ irix*)
+ # tested with IRIX 5.2 and 'cc'.
+ if test -n "$GCC"; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fPIC'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-KPIC'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -shared -rdata_shared -soname `basename $[@]` -o $[@]'
+ cf_cv_rm_so_locs=yes
+ ;;
+ linux*|gnu*)
+ # tested with Linux 2.0.29 and gcc 2.7.2 (ELF)
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fpic'
+ test $cf_cv_ld_rpath = yes && cf_ld_rpath_opt="-Wl,-rpath,"
+ if test $DFT_LWR_MODEL = "shared" ; then
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS='-Wl,-rpath,../lib'
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS2='-Wl,-rpath,../../lib'
+ fi
+ test $cf_cv_shlib_version = auto && cf_cv_shlib_version=rel
+ if test $cf_cv_shlib_version = no ; then
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='gcc -shared -Wl,-stats,-lc -o $[@]'
+ else
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='gcc -shared -Wl,-soname,`basename $[@].$(ABI_VERSION)`,-stats,-lc -o $[@]'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ openbsd2*)
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fpic -DPIC'
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -Bshareable -soname,`basename $[@].$(ABI_VERSION)` -o $[@]'
+ ;;
+ openbsd*|netbsd*|freebsd*)
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fpic -DPIC'
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -Bshareable -o $[@]'
+ ;;
+ osf*|mls+*)
+ # tested with OSF/1 V3.2 and 'cc'
+ # tested with OSF/1 V3.2 and gcc 2.6.3 (but the c++ demo didn't
+ # link with shared libs).
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS=''
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -set_version $(REL_VERSION):$(ABI_VERSION) -expect_unresolved "*" -shared -soname `basename $[@]`'
+ test $cf_cv_ld_rpath = yes && cf_ld_rpath_opt="-rpath"
+ case $host_os in
+ osf4*)
+ MK_SHARED_LIB="${MK_SHARED_LIB} -msym"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ MK_SHARED_LIB="${MK_SHARED_LIB}"' -o $[@]'
+ if test $DFT_LWR_MODEL = "shared" ; then
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS='-Wl,-rpath,../lib'
+ LOCAL_LDFLAGS2='-Wl,-rpath,../../lib'
+ fi
+ cf_cv_rm_so_locs=yes
+ ;;
+ sco3.2v5*) # (also uw2* and UW7) hops 13-Apr-98
+ # tested with osr5.0.5
+ if test $ac_cv_prog_gcc = yes; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-melf -fpic'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-KPIC'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -dy -G -h `basename [$]@.$(ABI_VERSION)` -o [$]@'
+ if test $cf_cv_ld_rpath = yes ; then
+ # only way is to set LD_RUN_PATH but no switch for it
+ RUN_PATH=$libdir
+ fi
+ test $cf_cv_shlib_version = auto && cf_cv_shlib_version=rel
+ LINK_PROGS='LD_RUN_PATH=$(libdir)'
+ LINK_TESTS='Pwd=`pwd`;LD_RUN_PATH=`dirname $${Pwd}`/lib'
+ ;;
+ sunos4*)
+ # tested with SunOS 4.1.1 and gcc 2.7.0
+ if test $ac_cv_prog_gcc = yes; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fpic'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-KPIC'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -assert pure-text -o $[@]'
+ test $cf_cv_shlib_version = auto && cf_cv_shlib_version=rel
+ ;;
+ solaris2*)
+ # tested with SunOS 5.5.1 (solaris 2.5.1) and gcc 2.7.2
+ if test $ac_cv_prog_gcc = yes; then
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-fpic'
+ else
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-KPIC'
+ fi
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -dy -G -h `basename $[@].$(ABI_VERSION)` -o $[@]'
+ if test $cf_cv_ld_rpath = yes ; then
+ cf_ld_rpath_opt="-R"
+ EXTRA_LDFLAGS="-R ../lib:\$(libdir) $EXTRA_LDFLAGS"
+ fi
+ test $cf_cv_shlib_version = auto && cf_cv_shlib_version=rel
+ ;;
+ unix_sv*)
+ # tested with UnixWare 1.1.2
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='-KPIC'
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='$(LD) -d y -G -o $[@]'
+ ;;
+ *)
+ CC_SHARED_OPTS='unknown'
+ MK_SHARED_LIB='echo unknown'
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # This works if the last tokens in $MK_SHARED_LIB are the -o target.
+ case "$cf_cv_shlib_version" in #(vi
+ rel|abi)
+ case "$MK_SHARED_LIB" in #(vi
+ *'-o $[@]')
+ if test "$cf_cv_do_symlinks" = reverse ; then
+ AC_ERROR(cannot use --with-shlib-version with this platform)
+ fi
+ if test "$cf_cv_shlib_version" = rel ; then
+ MK_SHARED_LIB="$MK_SHARED_LIB"'.$(REL_VERSION)'
+ else
+ MK_SHARED_LIB="$MK_SHARED_LIB"'.$(ABI_VERSION)'
+ fi
+ cf_cv_do_symlinks=yes
+ ;;
+ *)
+ AC_MSG_WARN(ignored --with-shlib-version)
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ if test -n "$cf_ld_rpath_opt" ; then
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING(if we need a space after rpath option)
+ cf_save_LIBS="$LIBS"
+ LIBS="$LIBS ${cf_ld_rpath_opt}/usr/lib"
+ AC_TRY_LINK(, , cf_rpath_space=no, cf_rpath_space=yes)
+ LIBS="$cf_save_LIBS"
+ AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_rpath_space)
+ test $cf_rpath_space = yes && cf_ld_rpath_opt="$cf_ld_rpath_opt "
+ MK_SHARED_LIB="$MK_SHARED_LIB $cf_ld_rpath_opt\$(libdir)"
+ fi
+
+ AC_SUBST(CC_SHARED_OPTS)
+ AC_SUBST(LD_SHARED_OPTS)
+ AC_SUBST(MK_SHARED_LIB)
+ AC_SUBST(LINK_PROGS)
+ AC_SUBST(LINK_TESTS)
+ AC_SUBST(EXTRA_LDFLAGS)
+ AC_SUBST(LOCAL_LDFLAGS)
+ AC_SUBST(LOCAL_LDFLAGS2)
+ AC_SUBST(INSTALL_LIB)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check for definitions & structures needed for window size-changing
+dnl FIXME: check that this works with "snake" (HP-UX 10.x)
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SIZECHANGE],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([declaration of size-change])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_sizechange,[
+ cf_cv_sizechange=unknown
+ cf_save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
+
+for cf_opts in "" "NEED_PTEM_H"
+do
+
+ CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS"
+ test -n "$cf_opts" && CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -D$cf_opts"
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <sys/types.h>
+#if HAVE_TERMIOS_H
+#include <termios.h>
+#else
+#if HAVE_TERMIO_H
+#include <termio.h>
+#endif
+#endif
+#if NEED_PTEM_H
+/* This is a workaround for SCO: they neglected to define struct winsize in
+ * termios.h -- it's only in termio.h and ptem.h
+ */
+#include <sys/stream.h>
+#include <sys/ptem.h>
+#endif
+#if !defined(sun) || !defined(HAVE_TERMIOS_H)
+#include <sys/ioctl.h>
+#endif
+],[
+#ifdef TIOCGSIZE
+ struct ttysize win; /* FIXME: what system is this? */
+ int y = win.ts_lines;
+ int x = win.ts_cols;
+#else
+#ifdef TIOCGWINSZ
+ struct winsize win;
+ int y = win.ws_row;
+ int x = win.ws_col;
+#else
+ no TIOCGSIZE or TIOCGWINSZ
+#endif /* TIOCGWINSZ */
+#endif /* TIOCGSIZE */
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_sizechange=yes],
+ [cf_cv_sizechange=no])
+
+ CFLAGS="$cf_save_CFLAGS"
+ if test "$cf_cv_sizechange" = yes ; then
+ echo "size-change succeeded ($cf_opts)" >&AC_FD_CC
+ test -n "$cf_opts" && AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED($cf_opts)
+ break
+ fi
+done
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_sizechange)
+test $cf_cv_sizechange != no && AC_DEFINE(HAVE_SIZECHANGE)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check for datatype 'speed_t', which is normally declared via either
+dnl sys/types.h or termios.h
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SPEED_TYPE],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for speed_t)
+OSPEED_INCLUDES=
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <sys/types.h>],
+ [speed_t some_variable = 0],
+ [OSPEED_TYPE=speed_t],
+ [OSPEED_TYPE=unsigned])
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <termios.h>],
+ [speed_t some_variable = 0],
+ [OSPEED_TYPE=speed_t
+ OSPEED_INCLUDES="#include <termios.h>"],[])
+AC_SUBST(OSPEED_TYPE)
+AC_SUBST(OSPEED_INCLUDES)
+if test "$OSPEED_TYPE" = "unsigned" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
+ AC_DEFINE(speed_t,unsigned)
+else
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl For each parameter, test if the source-directory exists, and if it contains
+dnl a 'modules' file. If so, add to the list $cf_cv_src_modules which we'll
+dnl use in CF_LIB_RULES.
+dnl
+dnl This uses the configured value to make the lists SRC_SUBDIRS and
+dnl SUB_MAKEFILES which are used in the makefile-generation scheme.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SRC_MODULES],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for src modules)
+
+# dependencies and linker-arguments for test-programs
+TEST_DEPS="${LIB_PREFIX}${LIB_NAME}${DFT_DEP_SUFFIX} $TEST_DEPS"
+TEST_ARGS="-l${LIB_NAME}${DFT_ARG_SUFFIX} $TEST_ARGS"
+
+# dependencies and linker-arguments for utility-programs
+PROG_ARGS="$TEST_ARGS"
+
+cf_cv_src_modules=
+for cf_dir in $1
+do
+ if test -f $srcdir/$cf_dir/modules; then
+
+ # We may/may not have tack in the distribution, though the
+ # makefile is.
+ if test $cf_dir = tack ; then
+ if test ! -f $srcdir/${cf_dir}/${cf_dir}.h; then
+ continue
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if test -z "$cf_cv_src_modules"; then
+ cf_cv_src_modules=$cf_dir
+ else
+ cf_cv_src_modules="$cf_cv_src_modules $cf_dir"
+ fi
+
+ # Make the ncurses_cfg.h file record the library interface files as
+ # well. These are header files that are the same name as their
+ # directory. Ncurses is the only library that does not follow
+ # that pattern.
+ if test $cf_dir = tack ; then
+ continue
+ elif test -f $srcdir/${cf_dir}/${cf_dir}.h; then
+ CF_UPPER(cf_have_include,$cf_dir)
+ AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(HAVE_${cf_have_include}_H)
+ AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(HAVE_LIB${cf_have_include})
+ TEST_DEPS="${LIB_PREFIX}${cf_dir}${DFT_DEP_SUFFIX} $TEST_DEPS"
+ TEST_ARGS="-l${cf_dir}${DFT_ARG_SUFFIX} $TEST_ARGS"
+ fi
+ fi
+done
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_src_modules)
+TEST_ARGS="-L${LIB_DIR} -L\$(libdir) $TEST_ARGS"
+AC_SUBST(TEST_DEPS)
+AC_SUBST(TEST_ARGS)
+
+PROG_ARGS="-L${LIB_DIR} -L\$(libdir) $PROG_ARGS"
+AC_SUBST(PROG_ARGS)
+
+SRC_SUBDIRS="man include"
+for cf_dir in $cf_cv_src_modules
+do
+ SRC_SUBDIRS="$SRC_SUBDIRS $cf_dir"
+done
+SRC_SUBDIRS="$SRC_SUBDIRS misc test"
+test $cf_cxx_library != no && SRC_SUBDIRS="$SRC_SUBDIRS c++"
+
+ADA_SUBDIRS=
+if test "$cf_cv_prog_gnat_correct" = yes && test -d $srcdir/Ada95; then
+ SRC_SUBDIRS="$SRC_SUBDIRS Ada95"
+ ADA_SUBDIRS="gen src samples"
+fi
+
+SUB_MAKEFILES=
+for cf_dir in $SRC_SUBDIRS
+do
+ SUB_MAKEFILES="$SUB_MAKEFILES $cf_dir/Makefile"
+done
+
+if test -n "$ADA_SUBDIRS"; then
+ for cf_dir in $ADA_SUBDIRS
+ do
+ SUB_MAKEFILES="$SUB_MAKEFILES Ada95/$cf_dir/Makefile"
+ done
+ AC_SUBST(ADA_SUBDIRS)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Remove "-g" option from the compiler options
+AC_DEFUN([CF_STRIP_G_OPT],
+[$1=`echo ${$1} | sed -e 's/-g //' -e 's/-g$//'`])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if we need _POSIX_SOURCE defined to use struct sigaction. We'll only
+dnl do this if we've found the sigaction function.
+dnl
+dnl If needed, define SVR4_ACTION.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_STRUCT_SIGACTION],[
+if test $ac_cv_func_sigaction = yes; then
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether sigaction needs _POSIX_SOURCE)
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <signal.h>],
+ [struct sigaction act],
+ [sigact_bad=no],
+ [
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#define _POSIX_SOURCE
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <signal.h>],
+ [struct sigaction act],
+ [sigact_bad=yes
+ AC_DEFINE(SVR4_ACTION)],
+ [sigact_bad=unknown])])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($sigact_bad)
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Some machines require _POSIX_SOURCE to completely define struct termios.
+dnl If so, define SVR4_TERMIO
+AC_DEFUN([CF_STRUCT_TERMIOS],[
+if test $ac_cv_header_termios_h = yes ; then
+ case "$CFLAGS" in
+ *-D_POSIX_SOURCE*)
+ termios_bad=dunno ;;
+ *) termios_bad=maybe ;;
+ esac
+ if test $termios_bad = maybe ; then
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether termios.h needs _POSIX_SOURCE)
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <termios.h>],
+ [struct termios foo; int x = foo.c_iflag],
+ termios_bad=no, [
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#define _POSIX_SOURCE
+#include <termios.h>],
+ [struct termios foo; int x = foo.c_iflag],
+ termios_bad=unknown,
+ termios_bad=yes AC_DEFINE(SVR4_TERMIO))
+ ])
+ AC_MSG_RESULT($termios_bad)
+ fi
+fi
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Shorthand macro for substituting things that the user may override
+dnl with an environment variable.
+dnl
+dnl $1 = long/descriptive name
+dnl $2 = environment variable
+dnl $3 = default value
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SUBST],
+[AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_subst_$2,[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(for $1 (symbol $2))
+test -z "[$]$2" && $2=$3
+AC_MSG_RESULT([$]$2)
+AC_SUBST($2)
+cf_cv_subst_$2=[$]$2])
+$2=${cf_cv_subst_$2}
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Get the version-number for use in shared-library naming, etc.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SUBST_NCURSES_VERSION],
+[
+changequote(,)dnl
+NCURSES_MAJOR="`egrep '^NCURSES_MAJOR[ ]*=' $srcdir/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'`"
+NCURSES_MINOR="`egrep '^NCURSES_MINOR[ ]*=' $srcdir/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'`"
+NCURSES_PATCH="`egrep '^NCURSES_PATCH[ ]*=' $srcdir/dist.mk | sed -e 's/^[^0-9]*//'`"
+changequote([,])dnl
+cf_cv_abi_version=${NCURSES_MAJOR}
+cf_cv_rel_version=${NCURSES_MAJOR}.${NCURSES_MINOR}
+dnl Show the computed version, for logging
+AC_MSG_RESULT(Configuring NCURSES $cf_cv_rel_version ABI $cf_cv_abi_version (`date`))
+dnl We need these values in the generated headers
+AC_SUBST(NCURSES_MAJOR)
+AC_SUBST(NCURSES_MINOR)
+AC_SUBST(NCURSES_PATCH)
+dnl We need these values in the generated makefiles
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_rel_version)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_abi_version)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_cc_bool_type)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_builtin_bool)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_type_of_bool)dnl
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Check if we can include <sys/time.h> with <sys/select.h>; this breaks on
+dnl older SCO configurations.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_SYS_TIME_SELECT],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(if sys/time.h works with sys/select.h)
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_sys_time_select,[
+AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#if HAVE_SYS_TIME_H
+#include <sys/time.h>
+#endif
+#if HAVE_SYS_SELECT_H
+#include <sys/select.h>
+#endif
+],[],[cf_cv_sys_time_select=yes],
+ [cf_cv_sys_time_select=no])
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_sys_time_select)
+test $cf_cv_sys_time_select = yes && AC_DEFINE(HAVE_SYS_TIME_SELECT)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Determine the type we should use for chtype (and attr_t, which is treated
+dnl as the same thing). We want around 32 bits, so on most machines want a
+dnl long, but on newer 64-bit machines, probably want an int. If we're using
+dnl wide characters, we have to have a type compatible with that, as well.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_TYPEOF_CHTYPE],
+[
+AC_REQUIRE([CF_UNSIGNED_LITERALS])
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for type of chtype])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_typeof_chtype,[
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+#if USE_WIDEC_SUPPORT
+#include <stddef.h> /* we want wchar_t */
+#define WANT_BITS 39
+#else
+#define WANT_BITS 31
+#endif
+#include <stdio.h>
+int main()
+{
+ FILE *fp = fopen("cf_test.out", "w");
+ if (fp != 0) {
+ char *result = "long";
+#if USE_WIDEC_SUPPORT
+ /*
+ * If wchar_t is smaller than a long, it must be an int or a
+ * short. We prefer not to use a short anyway.
+ */
+ if (sizeof(unsigned long) > sizeof(wchar_t))
+ result = "int";
+#endif
+ if (sizeof(unsigned long) > sizeof(unsigned int)) {
+ int n;
+ unsigned int x;
+ for (n = 0; n < WANT_BITS; n++) {
+ unsigned int y = (x >> n);
+ if (y != 1 || x == 0) {
+ x = 0;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ /*
+ * If x is nonzero, an int is big enough for the bits
+ * that we want.
+ */
+ result = (x != 0) ? "int" : "long";
+ }
+ fputs(result, fp);
+ fclose(fp);
+ }
+ exit(0);
+}
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_typeof_chtype=`cat cf_test.out`],
+ [cf_cv_typeof_chtype=long],
+ [cf_cv_typeof_chtype=long])
+ rm -f cf_test.out
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_typeof_chtype)
+
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_typeof_chtype)
+AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(TYPEOF_CHTYPE,$cf_cv_typeof_chtype)
+
+cf_cv_1UL="1"
+test "$cf_cv_unsigned_literals" = yes && cf_cv_1UL="${cf_cv_1UL}U"
+test "$cf_cv_typeof_chtype" = long && cf_cv_1UL="${cf_cv_1UL}L"
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_1UL)
+
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl
+AC_DEFUN([CF_TYPE_SIGACTION],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for type sigaction_t])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_type_sigaction,[
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <signal.h>],
+ [sigaction_t x],
+ [cf_cv_type_sigaction=yes],
+ [cf_cv_type_sigaction=no])])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_type_sigaction)
+test $cf_cv_type_sigaction = yes && AC_DEFINE(HAVE_TYPE_SIGACTION)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Test if the compiler supports 'U' and 'L' suffixes. Only old compilers
+dnl won't, but they're still there.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_UNSIGNED_LITERALS],
+[
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([if unsigned literals are legal])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_unsigned_literals,[
+ AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[long x = 1L + 1UL + 1U + 1],
+ [cf_cv_unsigned_literals=yes],
+ [cf_cv_unsigned_literals=no])
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_unsigned_literals)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Make an uppercase version of a variable
+dnl $1=uppercase($2)
+AC_DEFUN([CF_UPPER],
+[
+changequote(,)dnl
+$1=`echo $2 | tr '[a-z]' '[A-Z]'`
+changequote([,])dnl
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Compute the shift-mask that we'll use for wide-character indices. We use
+dnl all but the index portion of chtype for storing attributes.
+AC_DEFUN([CF_WIDEC_SHIFT],
+[
+AC_REQUIRE([CF_TYPEOF_CHTYPE])
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for number of bits in chtype])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_shift_limit,[
+ AC_TRY_RUN([
+#include <stdio.h>
+int main()
+{
+ FILE *fp = fopen("cf_test.out", "w");
+ if (fp != 0) {
+ int n;
+ unsigned TYPEOF_CHTYPE x = 1L;
+ for (n = 0; ; n++) {
+ unsigned long y = (x >> n);
+ if (y != 1 || x == 0)
+ break;
+ x <<= 1;
+ }
+ fprintf(fp, "%d", n);
+ fclose(fp);
+ }
+ exit(0);
+}
+ ],
+ [cf_cv_shift_limit=`cat cf_test.out`],
+ [cf_cv_shift_limit=32],
+ [cf_cv_shift_limit=32])
+ rm -f cf_test.out
+ ])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_shift_limit)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_shift_limit)
+
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for width of character-index])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(cf_cv_widec_shift,[
+if test ".$with_widec" = ".yes" ; then
+ cf_attrs_width=39
+ if ( expr $cf_cv_shift_limit \> $cf_attrs_width >/dev/null )
+ then
+ cf_cv_widec_shift=`expr 16 + $cf_cv_shift_limit - $cf_attrs_width`
+ else
+ cf_cv_widec_shift=16
+ fi
+else
+ cf_cv_widec_shift=8
+fi
+])
+AC_MSG_RESULT($cf_cv_widec_shift)
+AC_SUBST(cf_cv_widec_shift)
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Wrapper for AC_ARG_WITH to ensure that user supplies a pathname, not just
+dnl defaulting to yes/no.
+dnl
+dnl $1 = option name
+dnl $2 = help-text
+dnl $3 = environment variable to set
+dnl $4 = default value, shown in the help-message, must be a constant
+dnl $5 = default value, if it's an expression & cannot be in the help-message
+dnl
+AC_DEFUN([CF_WITH_PATH],
+[AC_ARG_WITH($1,[$2 ](default: ifelse($4,,empty,$4)),,
+ifelse($4,,[withval="${$3}"],[withval="${$3-ifelse($5,,$4,$5)}"]))dnl
+CF_PATH_SYNTAX(withval)
+eval $3="$withval"
+AC_SUBST($3)dnl
+])dnl
+dnl ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+dnl Process an option specifying a list of colon-separated paths.
+dnl
+dnl $1 = option name
+dnl $2 = help-text
+dnl $3 = environment variable to set
+dnl $4 = default value, shown in the help-message, must be a constant
+dnl $5 = default value, if it's an expression & cannot be in the help-message
+dnl
+AC_DEFUN([CF_WITH_PATHLIST],[
+AC_ARG_WITH($1,[$2 ](default: ifelse($4,,empty,$4)),,
+ifelse($4,,[withval="${$3}"],[withval="${$3-ifelse($5,,$4,$5)}"]))dnl
+
+IFS="${IFS= }"; ac_save_ifs="$IFS"; IFS="${IFS}:"
+cf_dst_path=
+for cf_src_path in $withval
+do
+ CF_PATH_SYNTAX(cf_src_path)
+ test -n "$cf_dst_path" && cf_dst_path="${cf_dst_path}:"
+ cf_dst_path="${cf_dst_path}${cf_src_path}"
+done
+IFS="$ac_save_ifs"
+
+eval $3="$cf_dst_path"
+AC_SUBST($3)dnl
+])dnl
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+<HTML>
+<HEAD>
+<TITLE>Announcing ncurses 5.0</TITLE>
+<link rev=made href="mailto:bug-ncurses@gnu.org">
+</HEAD>
+<BODY>
+
+<H1>Announcing ncurses 5.0</H1>
+
+The ncurses (new curses) library is a free software emulation of
+curses in System V Release 4.0, and more. It uses terminfo format,
+supports pads and color
+and multiple highlights and forms characters and function-key mapping,
+and has all the other SYSV-curses enhancements over BSD curses.<P>
+
+In mid-June 1995, the maintainer of 4.4BSD curses declared that he
+considered 4.4BSD curses obsolete, and is encouraging the keepers of
+Unix releases such as BSD/OS, freeBSD and netBSD to switch over to
+ncurses.<P>
+
+The ncurses code was developed under GNU/Linux. It should port easily to
+any ANSI/POSIX-conforming UNIX. It has even been ported to OS/2 Warp!<P>
+
+The distribution includes the library and support utilities, including a
+terminfo compiler tic(1), a decompiler infocmp(1), clear(1), tput(1), tset(1),
+and a termcap conversion tool captoinfo(1). Full manual pages are provided for
+the library and tools.<P>
+
+The ncurses distribution is available via anonymous FTP at
+the GNU distribution site
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu">ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu</A>.
+It is also available at
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses</A>.
+
+<H1>Release Notes</H1>
+
+We decided to release ncurses as a new whole number release (5.0) because it
+incorporates several interface changes, including some that would invalidate
+existing shared libraries. These are the highlights from the change-log
+since ncurses 4.2 release.
+<p>
+Interface changes:
+<ul>
+ <li>The principal source of changes to the interface comes from the
+ release of X/Open Curses in 1997. Earlier versions of ncurses (4.0
+ and before) were based on a draft version of the specification. The
+ release version adds parameters to some functions to support the
+ evolving internationalization of curses. These summarize the impact:
+<ul>
+ <li>modified several prototypes to correspond with 1997 version of
+ X/Open Curses (affects ABI since developers have used attr_get).
+
+ <li>corrected prototypes for slk_* functions, using chtype rather than
+ attr_t.
+
+ <li>the slk_attr_{set,off,on} functions need an additional void*
+ parameter according to XSI.
+
+ <li>correct macros for wattr_set, wattr_get, separate wattrset macro from
+ these to preserve behavior that allows attributes to be combined with
+ color pair numbers.
+
+ <li>reviewed/updated curses.h, term.h against X/Open Curses Issue 4
+ Version 2. This includes making some parameters NCURSES_CONST
+ rather than const, e.g., in termcap.h.
+
+ <li>reviewed/corrected macros in curses.h as per XSI document.
+
+ <li>add set_a_attributes and set_pglen_inch to terminfo structure, as per
+ XSI and Solaris 2.5.
+</ul>
+ <li>The newest version of the X/Open Curses is implemented on Solaris
+ and other vendor's systems. It adds new features to the terminfo
+ descriptions:
+<ul>
+ <li>implement tparm %l format.
+
+ <li>implement tparm printf-style width and precision for %s, %d, %x, %o
+ as per XSI.
+</ul>
+ <li>We made additional changes to reduce impact by future interface
+ changes:
+<ul>
+ <li>change key_names[] array to static since it is not part of the curses
+ interface.
+
+ <li>move macro winch to a function, to hide details of struct ldat
+</ul>
+ <li>modify configure script to embed ABI in shared libraries for HP-UX
+ 10.x (detailed request by Tim Mooney).
+
+ <li>modify configuration of shared libraries on Digital Unix so that
+ versioning is embedded in the library, rather than implied by
+ links (patch by Tim Mooney).
+</ul>
+New features:
+<ul>
+ <li>enable sigwinch handler by default.
+
+ <li>turn on hashmap scrolling code by default
+
+ <li>improved support for termcap applications
+<ul>
+ <li>modify tput to accept termcap names as an alternative to terminfo
+ names.
+
+ <li>provide support for termcap PC variable by copying it from terminfo
+ data and using it as the padding character in tputs.
+
+ <li>provide support for termcap ospeed variable by copying it from the
+ internal cur_term member, and using ospeed as the baudrate
+ reference for the delay_output and tputs functions.
+
+ <li>change name-comparisons in lib_termcap to compare no more than 2
+ characters.
+
+ <li>add configure option --enable-tcap-names, which essentially
+ allows users to define new capabilities as in termcap.
+</ul>
+ <li>add mouse support to ncurses menus.
+
+ <li>add mouse and dll support for OS/2 EMX
+
+ <li>modify terminfo parsing to accept octal and hexadecimal constants
+
+ <li>add configure option --enable-no-padding, to allow environment
+ variable $NCURSES_NO_PADDING to eliminate non-mandatory padding,
+ thereby making terminal emulators (e.g., for vt100) a little more
+ efficient.
+
+ <li>modify lib_color.c to eliminate dependency on orig_colors and
+ orig_pair, since SVr4 curses does not require these either, but
+ uses them when they are available.
+
+ <li>add -f option to infocmp and tic, which formats the terminfo
+ if/then/else/endif so that they are readable (with newlines and
+ tabs).
+
+ <li>modify tic to compile into %'char' form in preference to %{number},
+ since that is a little more efficient.
+</ul>
+Major bug fixes:
+<ul>
+ <li>modify lib_tstp.c to block SIGTTOU when handling SIGTSTP, fixes a
+ problem where ncurses applications which were run via a shell script
+ would hang when given a ^Z. Also, check if the terminal's process
+ group is consistent, i.e., a shell has not taken ownership of it,
+ before deciding to save the current terminal settings in the SIGTSTP
+ handler.
+
+ <li>suppress sc/rc capabilities from terminal description if they appear
+ in smcup/rmcup. This affects only scrolling optimization, to fix a
+ problem reported by several people with xterm's alternate screen,
+ though the problem is more general.
+
+ <li>modify relative_move and tputs to avoid an interaction with the
+ BSD-style padding. The relative_move function could produce a string
+ to replace on the screen which began with a numeric character, which
+ was then interpreted by tputs as padding.
+
+ <li>modify setupterm so that cancelled strings are treated the same as
+ absent strings, cancelled and absent booleans false (does not affect
+ tic, infocmp).
+
+ <li>modify lib_vidattr.c to allow for terminal types (e.g., xterm-color)
+ which may reset all attributes in the 'op' capability, so that colors
+ are set before turning on bold and other attributes, but still after
+ turning attributes off.
+
+ <li>use 'access()' to check if ncurses library should be permitted to
+ open or modify files with fopen/open/link/unlink/remove calls, in
+ case the calling application is running in setuid mode.
+
+ <li>correction to doupdate, for case where terminal does not support
+ insert/delete character. The logic did not check that there was a
+ difference in alignment of changes to old/new screens before
+ repainting the whole non-blank portion of the line. Modified to fall
+ through into logic that reduces by the portion which does not differ.
+</ul>
+
+<H1>Features of Ncurses</H1>
+
+The ncurses package is fully compatible with SVr4 (System V Release 4) curses:<P>
+
+<UL>
+<LI>All 257 of the SVr4 calls have been implemented (and are documented).
+<LI>Full support for SVr4 curses features including keyboard mapping, color,
+forms-drawing with ACS characters, and automatic recognition of keypad
+and function keys.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 panels library, supporting
+a stack of windows with backing store, is included.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 menus library, supporting
+a uniform but flexible interface for menu programming, is included.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 form library, supporting
+data collection through on-screen forms, is included.
+<LI>Binary terminfo entries generated by the ncurses tic(1) implementation
+are bit-for-bit-compatible with the entry format SVr4 curses uses.
+<LI>The utilities have options to allow you to filter terminfo
+entries for use with less capable <STRONG>curses</STRONG>/<STRONG>terminfo</STRONG>
+versions such as the HP/UX and AIX ports.</UL>
+
+The ncurses package also has many useful extensions over SVr4:<P>
+
+<UL>
+<LI>The API is 8-bit clean and base-level conformant with the X/OPEN curses
+specification, XSI curses (that is, it implements all BASE level features,
+but not all EXTENDED features). Most EXTENDED-level features not directly
+concerned with wide-character support are implemented, including many
+function calls not supported under SVr4 curses (but portability of all
+calls is documented so you can use the SVr4 subset only).
+<LI>Unlike SVr4 curses, ncurses can write to the rightmost-bottommost corner
+of the screen if your terminal has an insert-character capability.
+<LI>Ada95 and C++ bindings.
+<LI>Support for mouse event reporting with X Window xterm and OS/2 console windows.
+<LI>Extended mouse support via Alessandro Rubini's gpm package.
+<LI>The function <CODE>wresize()</CODE> allows you to resize windows, preserving
+their data.
+<LI>The function <CODE>use_default_colors()</CODE> allows you to
+use the terminal's default colors for the default color pair,
+achieving the effect of transparent colors.
+<LI>The functions <CODE>keyok()</CODE>
+and <CODE>define_key()</CODE> allow
+you to better control the use of function keys,
+e.g., disabling the ncurses KEY_MOUSE,
+or by defining more than one control sequence to map to a given key code.
+<LI>Support for 16-color terminals, such as aixterm and XFree86 xterm.
+<LI>Better cursor-movement optimization. The package now features a
+cursor-local-movement computation more efficient than either BSD's
+or System V's.
+<LI>Super hardware scrolling support. The screen-update code incorporates
+a novel, simple, and cheap algorithm that enables it to make optimal
+use of hardware scrolling, line-insertion, and line-deletion
+for screen-line movements. This algorithm is more powerful than
+the 4.4BSD curses quickch() routine.
+<LI>Real support for terminals with the magic-cookie glitch. The
+screen-update code will refrain from drawing a highlight if the magic-
+cookie unattributed spaces required just before the beginning and
+after the end would step on a non-space character. It will
+automatically shift highlight boundaries when doing so would make it
+possible to draw the highlight without changing the visual appearance
+of the screen.
+<LI>It is possible to generate the library with a list of pre-loaded
+fallback entries linked to it so that it can serve those terminal types even
+when no terminfo tree or termcap file is accessible (this may be useful
+for support of screen-oriented programs that must run in single-user mode).
+<LI>The tic(1)/captoinfo utility provided with ncurses has the
+ability to translate many termcaps from the XENIX, IBM and
+AT&amp;T extension sets.
+<LI>A BSD-like tset(1) utility is provided.
+<LI>The ncurses library and utilities will automatically read terminfo
+entries from $HOME/.terminfo if it exists, and compile to that directory
+if it exists and the user has no write access to the system directory.
+This feature makes it easier for users to have personal terminfo entries
+without giving up access to the system terminfo directory.
+<LI>You may specify a path of directories to search for compiled
+descriptions with the environment variable TERMINFO_DIRS (this
+generalizes the feature provided by TERMINFO under stock System V.)
+<LI>In terminfo source files, use capabilities may refer not just to
+other entries in the same source file (as in System V) but also to
+compiled entries in either the system terminfo directory or the user's
+$HOME/.terminfo directory.
+<LI>A script (<STRONG>capconvert</STRONG>) is provided to help BSD users
+transition from termcap to terminfo. It gathers the information in a
+TERMCAP environment variable and/or a ~/.termcap local entries file
+and converts it to an equivalent local terminfo tree under $HOME/.terminfo.
+<LI>Automatic fallback to the /etc/termcap file can be compiled in
+when it is not possible to build a terminfo tree. This feature is neither
+fast nor cheap, you don't want to use it unless you have to,
+but it's there.
+<LI>The table-of-entries utility <STRONG>toe</STRONG> makes it easy for users to
+see exactly what terminal types are available on the system.
+<LI>The library meets the XSI requirement that every macro entry
+point have a corresponding function which may be linked (and will be
+prototype-checked) if the macro definition is disabled with
+<CODE>#undef</CODE>.
+<LI>An HTML "Introduction to Programming with NCURSES" document provides
+a narrative introduction to the curses programming interface.
+</UL>
+
+<H1>State of the Package</H1>
+
+Numerous bugs present in earlier versions have been fixed; the
+library is far more reliable than it used to be. Bounds checking in many
+`dangerous' entry points has been improved. The code is now type-safe
+according to gcc -Wall. The library has been checked for malloc leaks and
+arena corruption by the Purify memory-allocation tester.<P>
+
+The ncurses code has been tested with a wide variety of applications
+including (versions starting with those noted):<P>
+<DL>
+<DT> ded
+<DD> directory-editor
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded</A>.
+<DT> dialog
+<DD> the underlying application used in Slackware's setup, and the basis
+for similar applications on GNU/Linux.
+<DT> lynx-2.7
+<DD> the character-screen WWW browser
+<DT> Midnight Commander 4.1
+<DD> file manager
+<DT> mutt 0.88
+<DD> mail utility
+<DT> ncftp 2.0
+<DD> file-transfer utility
+<DT> nvi
+<DD> New vi versions 1.50 are able to use ncurses versions 1.9.7 and later.
+<DT> taper
+<DD> tape archive utility
+<DT> vh-1.6
+<DD> Volks-Hypertext browser for the Jargon File
+</DL>
+as well as some that use ncurses for the terminfo support alone:
+<DL>
+<DT> minicom-1.75
+<DD> terminal emulator
+<DT> tin-unoff
+<DD> tin 1.4 newsreader, supporting color, MIME
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff">ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff</A>.
+<DT> vile
+<DD> vi-like-emacs
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile</A>.
+</DL>
+<P>
+
+The ncurses distribution includes a selection of test programs (including
+a few games).
+
+<H2>Who's Who and What's What</H2>
+
+The original developers of ncurses are <A
+HREF="mailto:zmbenhal@netcom.com">Zeyd Ben-Halim</A> and
+<A HREF="http://www.ccil.org/~esr/home.html">Eric S. Raymond</A>.
+Ongoing work is being done by
+<A HREF="mailto:dickey@clark.net">Thomas Dickey</A>
+and
+<A HREF="mailto:juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net">J&uuml;rgen Pfeifer</A>.
+<A HREF="mailto:florian@gnu.org">Florian La Roche</A>
+acts as the maintainer for the Free Software Foundation, which holds the
+copyright on ncurses.
+Contact the current maintainers at
+<A HREF="mailto:bug-ncurses@gnu.org">bug-ncurses@gnu.org</A>.
+<P>
+
+To join the ncurses mailing list, please write email to
+<CODE>bug-ncurses-request@gnu.org</CODE> containing the line:
+<PRE>
+ subscribe &lt;name&gt;@&lt;host.domain&gt;
+</PRE>
+
+This list is open to anyone interested in helping with the development and
+testing of this package.<P>
+
+Beta versions of ncurses and patches to the current release are made available at
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses</A>.
+
+<H2>Future Plans</H2>
+<UL>
+<LI>Extended-level XPG4 conformance, with internationalization support.
+<LI>Ports to more systems, including DOS and Windows.
+</UL>
+We need people to help with these projects. If you are interested in working
+on them, please join the ncurses list.
+
+<H2>Other Related Resources</H2>
+
+The distribution includes and uses a version of the terminfo-format
+terminal description file maintained by Eric Raymond.
+<A HREF="http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo">http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo</A>.<P>
+
+You can find lots of information on terminal-related topics
+not covered in the terminfo file at
+<A HREF="http://www.cs.utk.edu/~shuford/terminal_index.html">Richard Shuford's
+archive</A>.
+</BODY>
+</HTML>
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+<HEAD>
+<TITLE>Announcing ncurses @VERSION@</TITLE>
+<link rev=made href="mailto:bug-ncurses@gnu.org">
+</HEAD>
+<BODY>
+
+<H1>Announcing ncurses @VERSION@</H1>
+
+The ncurses (new curses) library is a free software emulation of
+curses in System V Release 4.0, and more. It uses terminfo format,
+supports pads and color
+and multiple highlights and forms characters and function-key mapping,
+and has all the other SYSV-curses enhancements over BSD curses.<P>
+
+In mid-June 1995, the maintainer of 4.4BSD curses declared that he
+considered 4.4BSD curses obsolete, and is encouraging the keepers of
+Unix releases such as BSD/OS, freeBSD and netBSD to switch over to
+ncurses.<P>
+
+The ncurses code was developed under GNU/Linux. It should port easily to
+any ANSI/POSIX-conforming UNIX. It has even been ported to OS/2 Warp!<P>
+
+The distribution includes the library and support utilities, including a
+terminfo compiler tic(1), a decompiler infocmp(1), clear(1), tput(1), tset(1),
+and a termcap conversion tool captoinfo(1). Full manual pages are provided for
+the library and tools.<P>
+
+The ncurses distribution is available via anonymous FTP at
+the GNU distribution site
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu">ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu</A>.
+It is also available at
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses</A>.
+
+<H1>Release Notes</H1>
+
+We decided to release ncurses as a new whole number release (5.0) because it
+incorporates several interface changes, including some that would invalidate
+existing shared libraries. These are the highlights from the change-log
+since ncurses 4.2 release.
+<p>
+Interface changes:
+<ul>
+ <li>The principal source of changes to the interface comes from the
+ release of X/Open Curses in 1997. Earlier versions of ncurses (4.0
+ and before) were based on a draft version of the specification. The
+ release version adds parameters to some functions to support the
+ evolving internationalization of curses. These summarize the impact:
+<ul>
+ <li>modified several prototypes to correspond with 1997 version of
+ X/Open Curses (affects ABI since developers have used attr_get).
+
+ <li>corrected prototypes for slk_* functions, using chtype rather than
+ attr_t.
+
+ <li>the slk_attr_{set,off,on} functions need an additional void*
+ parameter according to XSI.
+
+ <li>correct macros for wattr_set, wattr_get, separate wattrset macro from
+ these to preserve behavior that allows attributes to be combined with
+ color pair numbers.
+
+ <li>reviewed/updated curses.h, term.h against X/Open Curses Issue 4
+ Version 2. This includes making some parameters NCURSES_CONST
+ rather than const, e.g., in termcap.h.
+
+ <li>reviewed/corrected macros in curses.h as per XSI document.
+
+ <li>add set_a_attributes and set_pglen_inch to terminfo structure, as per
+ XSI and Solaris 2.5.
+</ul>
+ <li>The newest version of the X/Open Curses is implemented on Solaris
+ and other vendor's systems. It adds new features to the terminfo
+ descriptions:
+<ul>
+ <li>implement tparm %l format.
+
+ <li>implement tparm printf-style width and precision for %s, %d, %x, %o
+ as per XSI.
+</ul>
+ <li>We made additional changes to reduce impact by future interface
+ changes:
+<ul>
+ <li>change key_names[] array to static since it is not part of the curses
+ interface.
+
+ <li>move macro winch to a function, to hide details of struct ldat
+</ul>
+ <li>modify configure script to embed ABI in shared libraries for HP-UX
+ 10.x (detailed request by Tim Mooney).
+
+ <li>modify configuration of shared libraries on Digital Unix so that
+ versioning is embedded in the library, rather than implied by
+ links (patch by Tim Mooney).
+</ul>
+New features:
+<ul>
+ <li>enable sigwinch handler by default.
+
+ <li>turn on hashmap scrolling code by default
+
+ <li>improved support for termcap applications
+<ul>
+ <li>modify tput to accept termcap names as an alternative to terminfo
+ names.
+
+ <li>provide support for termcap PC variable by copying it from terminfo
+ data and using it as the padding character in tputs.
+
+ <li>provide support for termcap ospeed variable by copying it from the
+ internal cur_term member, and using ospeed as the baudrate
+ reference for the delay_output and tputs functions.
+
+ <li>change name-comparisons in lib_termcap to compare no more than 2
+ characters.
+
+ <li>add configure option --enable-tcap-names, which essentially
+ allows users to define new capabilities as in termcap.
+</ul>
+ <li>add mouse support to ncurses menus.
+
+ <li>add mouse and dll support for OS/2 EMX
+
+ <li>modify terminfo parsing to accept octal and hexadecimal constants
+
+ <li>add configure option --enable-no-padding, to allow environment
+ variable $NCURSES_NO_PADDING to eliminate non-mandatory padding,
+ thereby making terminal emulators (e.g., for vt100) a little more
+ efficient.
+
+ <li>modify lib_color.c to eliminate dependency on orig_colors and
+ orig_pair, since SVr4 curses does not require these either, but
+ uses them when they are available.
+
+ <li>add -f option to infocmp and tic, which formats the terminfo
+ if/then/else/endif so that they are readable (with newlines and
+ tabs).
+
+ <li>modify tic to compile into %'char' form in preference to %{number},
+ since that is a little more efficient.
+</ul>
+Major bug fixes:
+<ul>
+ <li>modify lib_tstp.c to block SIGTTOU when handling SIGTSTP, fixes a
+ problem where ncurses applications which were run via a shell script
+ would hang when given a ^Z. Also, check if the terminal's process
+ group is consistent, i.e., a shell has not taken ownership of it,
+ before deciding to save the current terminal settings in the SIGTSTP
+ handler.
+
+ <li>suppress sc/rc capabilities from terminal description if they appear
+ in smcup/rmcup. This affects only scrolling optimization, to fix a
+ problem reported by several people with xterm's alternate screen,
+ though the problem is more general.
+
+ <li>modify relative_move and tputs to avoid an interaction with the
+ BSD-style padding. The relative_move function could produce a string
+ to replace on the screen which began with a numeric character, which
+ was then interpreted by tputs as padding.
+
+ <li>modify setupterm so that cancelled strings are treated the same as
+ absent strings, cancelled and absent booleans false (does not affect
+ tic, infocmp).
+
+ <li>modify lib_vidattr.c to allow for terminal types (e.g., xterm-color)
+ which may reset all attributes in the 'op' capability, so that colors
+ are set before turning on bold and other attributes, but still after
+ turning attributes off.
+
+ <li>use 'access()' to check if ncurses library should be permitted to
+ open or modify files with fopen/open/link/unlink/remove calls, in
+ case the calling application is running in setuid mode.
+
+ <li>correction to doupdate, for case where terminal does not support
+ insert/delete character. The logic did not check that there was a
+ difference in alignment of changes to old/new screens before
+ repainting the whole non-blank portion of the line. Modified to fall
+ through into logic that reduces by the portion which does not differ.
+</ul>
+
+<H1>Features of Ncurses</H1>
+
+The ncurses package is fully compatible with SVr4 (System V Release 4) curses:<P>
+
+<UL>
+<LI>All 257 of the SVr4 calls have been implemented (and are documented).
+<LI>Full support for SVr4 curses features including keyboard mapping, color,
+forms-drawing with ACS characters, and automatic recognition of keypad
+and function keys.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 panels library, supporting
+a stack of windows with backing store, is included.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 menus library, supporting
+a uniform but flexible interface for menu programming, is included.
+<LI>An emulation of the SVr4 form library, supporting
+data collection through on-screen forms, is included.
+<LI>Binary terminfo entries generated by the ncurses tic(1) implementation
+are bit-for-bit-compatible with the entry format SVr4 curses uses.
+<LI>The utilities have options to allow you to filter terminfo
+entries for use with less capable <STRONG>curses</STRONG>/<STRONG>terminfo</STRONG>
+versions such as the HP/UX and AIX ports.</UL>
+
+The ncurses package also has many useful extensions over SVr4:<P>
+
+<UL>
+<LI>The API is 8-bit clean and base-level conformant with the X/OPEN curses
+specification, XSI curses (that is, it implements all BASE level features,
+but not all EXTENDED features). Most EXTENDED-level features not directly
+concerned with wide-character support are implemented, including many
+function calls not supported under SVr4 curses (but portability of all
+calls is documented so you can use the SVr4 subset only).
+<LI>Unlike SVr4 curses, ncurses can write to the rightmost-bottommost corner
+of the screen if your terminal has an insert-character capability.
+<LI>Ada95 and C++ bindings.
+<LI>Support for mouse event reporting with X Window xterm and OS/2 console windows.
+<LI>Extended mouse support via Alessandro Rubini's gpm package.
+<LI>The function <CODE>wresize()</CODE> allows you to resize windows, preserving
+their data.
+<LI>The function <CODE>use_default_colors()</CODE> allows you to
+use the terminal's default colors for the default color pair,
+achieving the effect of transparent colors.
+<LI>The functions <CODE>keyok()</CODE>
+and <CODE>define_key()</CODE> allow
+you to better control the use of function keys,
+e.g., disabling the ncurses KEY_MOUSE,
+or by defining more than one control sequence to map to a given key code.
+<LI>Support for 16-color terminals, such as aixterm and XFree86 xterm.
+<LI>Better cursor-movement optimization. The package now features a
+cursor-local-movement computation more efficient than either BSD's
+or System V's.
+<LI>Super hardware scrolling support. The screen-update code incorporates
+a novel, simple, and cheap algorithm that enables it to make optimal
+use of hardware scrolling, line-insertion, and line-deletion
+for screen-line movements. This algorithm is more powerful than
+the 4.4BSD curses quickch() routine.
+<LI>Real support for terminals with the magic-cookie glitch. The
+screen-update code will refrain from drawing a highlight if the magic-
+cookie unattributed spaces required just before the beginning and
+after the end would step on a non-space character. It will
+automatically shift highlight boundaries when doing so would make it
+possible to draw the highlight without changing the visual appearance
+of the screen.
+<LI>It is possible to generate the library with a list of pre-loaded
+fallback entries linked to it so that it can serve those terminal types even
+when no terminfo tree or termcap file is accessible (this may be useful
+for support of screen-oriented programs that must run in single-user mode).
+<LI>The tic(1)/captoinfo utility provided with ncurses has the
+ability to translate many termcaps from the XENIX, IBM and
+AT&amp;T extension sets.
+<LI>A BSD-like tset(1) utility is provided.
+<LI>The ncurses library and utilities will automatically read terminfo
+entries from $HOME/.terminfo if it exists, and compile to that directory
+if it exists and the user has no write access to the system directory.
+This feature makes it easier for users to have personal terminfo entries
+without giving up access to the system terminfo directory.
+<LI>You may specify a path of directories to search for compiled
+descriptions with the environment variable TERMINFO_DIRS (this
+generalizes the feature provided by TERMINFO under stock System V.)
+<LI>In terminfo source files, use capabilities may refer not just to
+other entries in the same source file (as in System V) but also to
+compiled entries in either the system terminfo directory or the user's
+$HOME/.terminfo directory.
+<LI>A script (<STRONG>capconvert</STRONG>) is provided to help BSD users
+transition from termcap to terminfo. It gathers the information in a
+TERMCAP environment variable and/or a ~/.termcap local entries file
+and converts it to an equivalent local terminfo tree under $HOME/.terminfo.
+<LI>Automatic fallback to the /etc/termcap file can be compiled in
+when it is not possible to build a terminfo tree. This feature is neither
+fast nor cheap, you don't want to use it unless you have to,
+but it's there.
+<LI>The table-of-entries utility <STRONG>toe</STRONG> makes it easy for users to
+see exactly what terminal types are available on the system.
+<LI>The library meets the XSI requirement that every macro entry
+point have a corresponding function which may be linked (and will be
+prototype-checked) if the macro definition is disabled with
+<CODE>#undef</CODE>.
+<LI>An HTML "Introduction to Programming with NCURSES" document provides
+a narrative introduction to the curses programming interface.
+</UL>
+
+<H1>State of the Package</H1>
+
+Numerous bugs present in earlier versions have been fixed; the
+library is far more reliable than it used to be. Bounds checking in many
+`dangerous' entry points has been improved. The code is now type-safe
+according to gcc -Wall. The library has been checked for malloc leaks and
+arena corruption by the Purify memory-allocation tester.<P>
+
+The ncurses code has been tested with a wide variety of applications
+including (versions starting with those noted):<P>
+<DL>
+<DT> ded
+<DD> directory-editor
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ded</A>.
+<DT> dialog
+<DD> the underlying application used in Slackware's setup, and the basis
+for similar applications on GNU/Linux.
+<DT> lynx-2.7
+<DD> the character-screen WWW browser
+<DT> Midnight Commander 4.1
+<DD> file manager
+<DT> mutt 0.88
+<DD> mail utility
+<DT> ncftp 2.0
+<DD> file-transfer utility
+<DT> nvi
+<DD> New vi versions 1.50 are able to use ncurses versions 1.9.7 and later.
+<DT> taper
+<DD> tape archive utility
+<DT> vh-1.6
+<DD> Volks-Hypertext browser for the Jargon File
+</DL>
+as well as some that use ncurses for the terminfo support alone:
+<DL>
+<DT> minicom-1.75
+<DD> terminal emulator
+<DT> tin-unoff
+<DD> tin 1.4 newsreader, supporting color, MIME
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff">ftp://ftp.akk.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/news/clients/tin-unoff</A>.
+<DT> vile
+<DD> vi-like-emacs
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/vile</A>.
+</DL>
+<P>
+
+The ncurses distribution includes a selection of test programs (including
+a few games).
+
+<H2>Who's Who and What's What</H2>
+
+The original developers of ncurses are <A
+HREF="mailto:zmbenhal@netcom.com">Zeyd Ben-Halim</A> and
+<A HREF="http://www.ccil.org/~esr/home.html">Eric S. Raymond</A>.
+Ongoing work is being done by
+<A HREF="mailto:dickey@clark.net">Thomas Dickey</A>
+and
+<A HREF="mailto:juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net">J&uuml;rgen Pfeifer</A>.
+<A HREF="mailto:florian@gnu.org">Florian La Roche</A>
+acts as the maintainer for the Free Software Foundation, which holds the
+copyright on ncurses.
+Contact the current maintainers at
+<A HREF="mailto:bug-ncurses@gnu.org">bug-ncurses@gnu.org</A>.
+<P>
+
+To join the ncurses mailing list, please write email to
+<CODE>bug-ncurses-request@gnu.org</CODE> containing the line:
+<PRE>
+ subscribe &lt;name&gt;@&lt;host.domain&gt;
+</PRE>
+
+This list is open to anyone interested in helping with the development and
+testing of this package.<P>
+
+Beta versions of ncurses and patches to the current release are made available at
+<A HREF="ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses">ftp://ftp.clark.net/pub/dickey/ncurses</A>.
+
+<H2>Future Plans</H2>
+<UL>
+<LI>Extended-level XPG4 conformance, with internationalization support.
+<LI>Ports to more systems, including DOS and Windows.
+</UL>
+We need people to help with these projects. If you are interested in working
+on them, please join the ncurses list.
+
+<H2>Other Related Resources</H2>
+
+The distribution includes and uses a version of the terminfo-format
+terminal description file maintained by Eric Raymond.
+<A HREF="http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo">http://earthspace.net/~esr/terminfo</A>.<P>
+
+You can find lots of information on terminal-related topics
+not covered in the terminfo file at
+<A HREF="http://www.cs.utk.edu/~shuford/terminal_index.html">Richard Shuford's
+archive</A>.
+</BODY>
+</HTML>
+<!--
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+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.48 1999/07/31 09:47:11 juergen Exp $
+##############################################################################
+# 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> 1996,1997
+#
+# Simple makefile for c++ window class demo
+
+# turn off _all_ suffix rules; we'll generate our own
+.SUFFIXES:
+
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+
+MODEL = ../@DFT_OBJ_SUBDIR@
+INSTALL_PREFIX = @INSTALL_PREFIX@
+srcdir = @srcdir@
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+libdir = @libdir@
+includedir = @includedir@
+
+INSTALL = @INSTALL@
+INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
+
+AR = @AR@
+AR_OPTS = @AR_OPTS@
+RANLIB = @RANLIB@
+
+CXX = @CXX@
+CXXFLAGS = @CXXFLAGS@
+CXXLIBS = @CXXLIBS@
+
+INCDIR = ../include
+CPPFLAGS = -I../c++ -I$(INCDIR) -I$(srcdir) -DHAVE_CONFIG_H @CPPFLAGS@
+
+CCFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS) $(CXXFLAGS)
+
+CFLAGS_NORMAL = $(CCFLAGS)
+CFLAGS_DEBUG = $(CCFLAGS) @CXX_G_OPT@ -DTRACE
+CFLAGS_PROFILE = $(CCFLAGS) -pg
+CFLAGS_SHARED = $(CCFLAGS) # @CC_SHARED_OPTS@
+
+CFLAGS_DEFAULT = $(CFLAGS_@DFT_UPR_MODEL@)
+
+REL_VERSION = @cf_cv_rel_version@
+ABI_VERSION = @cf_cv_abi_version@
+
+LINK = @LINK_PROGS@ $(CXX)
+
+LIBROOT = ncurses++
+LIBNAME = lib$(LIBROOT).a
+
+LDFLAGS = @EXTRA_LDFLAGS@ -L../lib -L$(libdir) \
+ -l$(LIBROOT) \
+ @TEST_ARGS@ @LDFLAGS@ \
+ @LD_MODEL@ @LIBS@ @EXTRA_LIBS@ @LOCAL_LDFLAGS@ $(CXXLIBS)
+
+LDFLAGS_NORMAL = $(LDFLAGS)
+LDFLAGS_DEBUG = $(LDFLAGS) @CC_G_OPT@
+LDFLAGS_PROFILE = $(LDFLAGS) -pg
+LDFLAGS_SHARED = $(LDFLAGS) @LD_SHARED_OPTS@
+
+LDFLAGS_DEFAULT = $(LDFLAGS_@DFT_UPR_MODEL@)
+
+AUTO_SRC = \
+ etip.h
+
+all: $(AUTO_SRC) ../lib/$(LIBNAME) demo
+
+sources : $(AUTO_SRC)
+
+# Build a conventional library for installing, since a shared library would
+# pull in all of the ncurses libraries (panel, menu, form, ncurses) as direct
+# dependencies.
+LIB_OBJS = \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesf.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesm.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesw.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursespad.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesp.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursslk.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesapp.o \
+ $(MODEL)/cursesmain.o
+
+../lib/$(LIBNAME) : $(LIB_OBJS)
+ $(AR) $(AR_OPTS) $@ $?
+ $(RANLIB) $@
+
+OBJS_DEMO = $(MODEL)/demo.o
+
+$(MODEL)/demo.o : $(srcdir)/demo.cc \
+ $(cursesf_h) $(cursesm_h) $(cursesapp_h)
+
+demo: $(OBJS_DEMO) \
+ ../lib/$(LIBNAME) \
+ @TEST_DEPS@
+ @ECHO_LINK@ $(LINK) -o $@ $(OBJS_DEMO) $(LDFLAGS_DEFAULT)
+
+etip.h: $(srcdir)/etip.h.in $(srcdir)/edit_cfg.sh
+ cp $(srcdir)/etip.h.in $@
+ sh $(srcdir)/edit_cfg.sh ../include/ncurses_cfg.h $@
+
+$(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(libdir) :
+ $(srcdir)/../mkinstalldirs $@
+
+install \
+install.libs:: ../lib/$(LIBNAME) $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(libdir)
+ $(INSTALL) ../lib/$(LIBNAME) $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(libdir)/$(LIBNAME)
+
+uninstall \
+uninstall.libs::
+ -rm -f $(INSTALL_PREFIX)$(libdir)/$(LIBNAME)
+
+mostlyclean ::
+ -rm -f core tags TAGS *~ *.ln *.atac trace
+
+clean :: mostlyclean
+ -rm -f demo $(AUTO_SRC) ../lib/$(LIBNAME) $(LIB_OBJS) $(OBJS_DEMO)
+
+distclean :: clean
+ -rm -f Makefile
+
+realclean :: distclean
+
+###############################################################################
+
+cursesw_h = $(srcdir)/cursesw.h \
+ etip.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/curses.h
+
+cursesp_h = $(srcdir)/cursesp.h \
+ $(cursesw_h) \
+ $(INCDIR)/panel.h
+
+cursesf_h = $(srcdir)/cursesf.h \
+ $(cursesp_h) \
+ $(INCDIR)/form.h
+
+cursesm_h = $(srcdir)/cursesm.h \
+ $(cursesp_h) \
+ $(INCDIR)/menu.h
+
+cursslk_h = $(srcdir)/cursslk.h \
+ $(cursesw_h)
+
+cursesapp_h = $(srcdir)/cursesapp.h \
+ $(cursslk_h)
+
+$(INCDIR)/form.h :
+ cd ../form && $(MAKE) $@
+
+$(INCDIR)/menu.h :
+ cd ../menu && $(MAKE) $@
+
+$(INCDIR)/panel.h :
+ cd ../panel && $(MAKE) $@
+
+###############################################################################
+# The remainder of this file is automatically generated during configuration
+###############################################################################
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/NEWS b/contrib/ncurses/c++/NEWS
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..299292d18a7e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/NEWS
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+This is a log of changes that the ncurses C++ binding has gone
+through starting with the integration of menu and forms integration
+into the binding.
+
+990731 + Improve support for pads. A viewport window may now be added to
+ a pad. It will then be possible to use a builtin panning mechanism
+ to view the pad.
+
+970908 + Improve NCursesWindow class: added additional methods to
+ cover more ncurses functionality. Make refresh() and
+ noutrefresh() virtual members to allow different implementation
+ in the NCursesPanel class.
+ + CAUTION: changed order of parameters in vline() and hline() of
+ NCursesWindow class.
+ + Make refresh() in NCursesPanel non-static, it is now a
+ reimplementation of refresh() in the base class. Added
+ noutrefresh() to NCursesPanel.
+ + Added NCursesForm and related classes to support libform
+ functionality.
+ + Moved most of configuration related stuff from cursesw.h to
+ etip.h
+ + Added NCursesApplication class to support easy configuration
+ of menu and forms related attributes as well as ripped of
+ title lines and Soft-Label-Keys for an application.
+ + Support of Auto-Cleanup for a menus fieldlist.
+ + Change of return type for current_item() and operator[] for
+ menus.
+ + Enhanced demo.
+970502
+ + Introduced the THROW and THROWS functions/macros to prepare
+ a smoother transition to real exception handling.
+ + Exception classes provided in etip.h
+ + Added the NCursesMenu class to support libmenu functionality.
+ + The inheritace relation between NCursesWindow and NCursesColorWindow
+ was kind of brain damage. Monochrome is a special case of colored, so
+ the relation should be just the opposite. This would allow all
+ derived classes like NCursesPanel, NCursesMenu or NCursesForm to
+ have colors.
+ To resolve that design flaw I put the color functionality into the
+ NCursesWindow class and it can be switched on by the static member
+ useColors(). NCursesColorWindow is still there for compatibility
+ reasons.
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/PROBLEMS b/contrib/ncurses/c++/PROBLEMS
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..81c1ebaf8946
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/PROBLEMS
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+This is a list of open problems. This mainly lists known missing pieces
+and design flaws.
+
+1. Testing!!!
+2. Better demo program
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/README-first b/contrib/ncurses/c++/README-first
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..eb37ac670247
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/README-first
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+ C++ interface to ncurses routines
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+This directory contains the source code for several C++ classes which
+ease the use of writing ncurses-based programs. The code is derived
+from the libg++ CursesWindow class but enhanced for ncurses.
+
+The classes simplify the use of window specific functions by
+encapsulating them in the window object. Function overloading is
+used in order to narrow the interface. E.g. you don't have the
+distinction between `printw' and `mvprintw' anymore.
+
+A second benefit is the removal of all #defines which are included in
+the curses.h file. This is a steady cause of trouble because many
+common identifiers are used. Instead now all #defines are inline
+functions which also allows strict type checking of arguments.
+
+The next enhancement is color support. It was originally provided by a
+derived class. This caused some trouble if you think about Panels or
+Menus and Forms with colors. We decided to put color support into the
+base class so that any derived class may use color support also.
+The implementation chosen here is directed to unrestricted use
+of mixes of color and monochrome windows. The original NCursesColorWindow
+class is maintained for compatibility reasons.
+
+The last point to mention is the support of other packages that are
+distributed with the ncurses package: the panels library, the menu library
+and the form library. This support is provided by the NCursesPanel class,
+which is also derived from the NCursesWindow class and the NCursesMenu
+and NCursesForm classes which are derived from NCursesPanel. This allows
+building interfaces with windows.
+
+Please see the example program for a quick introduction.
+
+Note that at this point, there is no documentation for these classes.
+Hopefully some will be written in the not too distant future. For now,
+to find out how to use the classes, read the code and the example program.
+
+Suggestions for enhancements and contributions of code (and docs) are
+welcome. Please let us know which functionality you miss.
+
+ ATTENTION LINUX USERS: There is currently some discussion of
+ replacing the BSD curses in the Linux libc with ncurses. If
+ this is done we could perhaps include these classes in the Linux
+ libg++ replacing the original CursesWindow class (and renaming it
+ to CursesWindow). This could be done because NCursesWindow can
+ be made easily to a superset of the CursesWindow class.
+
+
+Original author:
+ Eric Newton <newton@rocky.oswego.edu> for FSF's libg++
+
+Authors of first ncurses based release (NCursesWindow, NCursesPanel):
+ Ulrich Drepper <drepper@ira.uka.de>
+ and Anatoly Ivasyuk <anatoly@nick.csh.rit.edu>
+
+Author of this release:
+ Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net>
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..ae88b44e0a4c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,146 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "cursesapp.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesapp.cc,v 1.4 1999/05/16 17:31:11 juergen Exp $")
+
+void
+NCursesApplication::init(bool bColors) {
+ if (bColors)
+ NCursesWindow::useColors();
+
+ if (Root_Window->colors() > 1) {
+ b_Colors = TRUE;
+ Root_Window->setcolor(1);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_YELLOW,COLOR_BLUE);
+ Root_Window->setcolor(2);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_CYAN,COLOR_BLUE);
+ Root_Window->setcolor(3);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_BLACK,COLOR_BLUE);
+ Root_Window->setcolor(4);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_BLACK,COLOR_CYAN);
+ Root_Window->setcolor(5);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_BLUE,COLOR_YELLOW);
+ Root_Window->setcolor(6);
+ Root_Window->setpalette(COLOR_BLACK,COLOR_GREEN);
+ }
+ else
+ b_Colors = FALSE;
+
+ Root_Window->bkgd(' '|window_backgrounds());
+}
+
+NCursesApplication* NCursesApplication::theApp = 0;
+NCursesWindow* NCursesApplication::titleWindow = 0;
+NCursesApplication::SLK_Link* NCursesApplication::slk_stack = 0;
+
+NCursesApplication::~NCursesApplication() {
+ Soft_Label_Key_Set* S;
+
+ delete titleWindow;
+ while( (S=top()) ) {
+ pop();
+ delete S;
+ }
+ delete Root_Window;
+ ::endwin();
+}
+
+int NCursesApplication::rinit(NCursesWindow& w) {
+ titleWindow = &w;
+ return OK;
+}
+
+void NCursesApplication::push(Soft_Label_Key_Set& S) {
+ SLK_Link* L = new SLK_Link;
+ assert(L);
+ L->prev = slk_stack;
+ L->SLKs = &S;
+ slk_stack = L;
+ if (Root_Window)
+ S.show();
+}
+
+bool NCursesApplication::pop() {
+ if (slk_stack) {
+ SLK_Link* L = slk_stack;
+ slk_stack = slk_stack->prev;
+ delete L;
+ if (Root_Window && top())
+ top()->show();
+ }
+ return (slk_stack ? FALSE : TRUE);
+}
+
+Soft_Label_Key_Set* NCursesApplication::top() const {
+ if (slk_stack)
+ return slk_stack->SLKs;
+ else
+ return (Soft_Label_Key_Set*)0;
+}
+
+int NCursesApplication::operator()(void) {
+ bool bColors = b_Colors;
+ Soft_Label_Key_Set* S;
+
+ int ts = titlesize();
+ if (ts>0)
+ NCursesWindow::ripoffline(ts,rinit);
+ Soft_Label_Key_Set::Label_Layout fmt = useSLKs();
+ if (fmt!=Soft_Label_Key_Set::None) {
+ S = new Soft_Label_Key_Set(fmt);
+ assert(S);
+ init_labels(*S);
+ }
+
+ Root_Window = new NCursesWindow(::stdscr);
+ init(bColors);
+
+ if (ts>0)
+ title();
+ if (fmt!=Soft_Label_Key_Set::None) {
+ push(*S);
+ }
+
+ return run();
+}
+
+NCursesApplication::NCursesApplication(bool bColors) {
+ b_Colors = bColors;
+ if (theApp)
+ THROW(new NCursesException("Application object already created."));
+ else
+ theApp = this;
+}
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.h b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..f13fd1bdb457
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesapp.h
@@ -0,0 +1,163 @@
+// * This makes emacs happy -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+// $Id: cursesapp.h,v 1.5 1999/05/16 17:29:59 juergen Exp $
+
+#ifndef _CURSESAPP_H
+#define _CURSESAPP_H
+
+#include <cursslk.h>
+
+class NCursesApplication {
+public:
+ typedef struct _slk_link { // This structure is used to maintain
+ struct _slk_link* prev; // a stack of SLKs
+ Soft_Label_Key_Set* SLKs;
+ } SLK_Link;
+private:
+ static int rinit(NCursesWindow& w); // Internal Init function for title
+ static NCursesApplication* theApp; // Global ref. to the application
+
+ static SLK_Link* slk_stack;
+
+protected:
+ static NCursesWindow* titleWindow; // The Title Window (if any)
+
+ bool b_Colors; // Is this a color application?
+ NCursesWindow* Root_Window; // This is the stdscr equiv.
+
+ // Initialization of attributes;
+ // Rewrite this in your derived class if you prefer other settings
+ virtual void init(bool bColors);
+
+ // The number of lines for the title window. Default is no title window
+ // You may rewrite this in your derived class
+ virtual int titlesize() const {
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ // This method is called to put something into the title window initially
+ // You may rewrite this in your derived class
+ virtual void title() {
+ }
+
+ // The layout used for the Soft Label Keys. Default is to have no SLKs.
+ // You may rewrite this in your derived class
+ virtual Soft_Label_Key_Set::Label_Layout useSLKs() const {
+ return Soft_Label_Key_Set::None;
+ }
+
+ // This method is called to initialize the SLKs. Default is nothing.
+ // You may rewrite this in your derived class
+ virtual void init_labels(Soft_Label_Key_Set& S) const {
+ }
+
+ // Your derived class must implement this method. The return value must
+ // be the exit value of your application.
+ virtual int run() = 0;
+
+
+ // The constructor is protected, so you may use it in your derived
+ // class constructor. The argument tells whether or not you want colors.
+ NCursesApplication(bool wantColors = FALSE);
+
+public:
+ virtual ~NCursesApplication();
+
+ // Get a pointer to the current application object
+ static NCursesApplication* getApplication() {
+ return theApp;
+ }
+
+ // This method runs the application and returns its exit value
+ int operator()(void);
+
+ // Process the commandline arguments. The default implementation simply
+ // ignores them. Your derived class may rewrite this.
+ virtual void handleArgs(int argc, char* argv[]) {
+ }
+
+ // Does this application use colors?
+ inline bool useColors() const {
+ return b_Colors;
+ }
+
+ // Push the Key Set S onto the SLK Stack. S then becomes the current set
+ // of Soft Labelled Keys.
+ void push(Soft_Label_Key_Set& S);
+
+ // Throw away the current set of SLKs and make the previous one the
+ // new current set.
+ bool pop();
+
+ // Retrieve the current set of Soft Labelled Keys.
+ Soft_Label_Key_Set* top() const;
+
+ // Attributes to use for menu and forms foregrounds
+ virtual chtype foregrounds() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(1) : A_BOLD;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use for menu and forms backgrounds
+ virtual chtype backgrounds() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(2) : A_NORMAL;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use for inactive (menu) elements
+ virtual chtype inactives() const {
+ return b_Colors ? (COLOR_PAIR(3)|A_DIM) : A_DIM;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use for (form) labels and SLKs
+ virtual chtype labels() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(4) : A_NORMAL;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use for form backgrounds
+ virtual chtype dialog_backgrounds() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(4) : A_NORMAL;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use as default for (form) window backgrounds
+ virtual chtype window_backgrounds() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(5) : A_NORMAL;
+ }
+
+ // Attributes to use for the title window
+ virtual chtype screen_titles() const {
+ return b_Colors ? COLOR_PAIR(6) : A_BOLD;
+ }
+
+};
+
+#endif // _CURSESAPP_H
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..12b9cd4fcce2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,423 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "cursesf.h"
+#include "cursesapp.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesf.cc,v 1.9 1999/05/16 17:29:36 juergen Exp $")
+
+NCursesFormField::~NCursesFormField () {
+ if (field)
+ OnError(::free_field (field));
+}
+
+/* Construct a FIELD* array from an array of NCursesFormField
+ * objects.
+ */
+FIELD**
+NCursesForm::mapFields(NCursesFormField* nfields[]) {
+ int fieldCount = 0,lcv;
+
+ assert(nfields);
+
+ for (lcv=0; nfields[lcv]->field; ++lcv)
+ ++fieldCount;
+
+ FIELD** fields = new FIELD*[fieldCount + 1];
+
+ for (lcv=0;nfields[lcv]->field;++lcv) {
+ fields[lcv] = nfields[lcv]->field;
+ }
+ fields[lcv] = NULL;
+
+ my_fields = nfields;
+
+ if (form)
+ delete[] ::form_fields(form);
+ return fields;
+}
+
+void NCursesForm::setDefaultAttributes() {
+ NCursesApplication* S = NCursesApplication::getApplication();
+
+ int n = count();
+ if (n > 0) {
+ for(int i=0; i<n; i++) {
+ NCursesFormField* f = (*this)[i];
+ if ((f->options() & (O_EDIT|O_ACTIVE))==(O_EDIT|O_ACTIVE)) {
+ if (S) {
+ f->set_foreground(S->foregrounds());
+ f->set_background(S->backgrounds());
+ }
+ f->set_pad_character('_');
+ }
+ else {
+ if (S)
+ f->set_background(S->labels());
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (S) {
+ bkgd(' '|S->dialog_backgrounds());
+ if (sub)
+ sub->bkgd(' '|S->dialog_backgrounds());
+ }
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::InitForm(NCursesFormField* nfields[],
+ bool with_frame,
+ bool autoDelete_Fields) {
+ int mrows, mcols;
+
+ keypad(TRUE);
+ meta(TRUE);
+
+ b_framed = with_frame;
+ b_autoDelete = autoDelete_Fields;
+
+ form = (FORM*)0;
+ form = ::new_form(mapFields(nfields));
+ if (!form)
+ OnError (E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+
+ UserHook* hook = new UserHook;
+ hook->m_user = NULL;
+ hook->m_back = this;
+ hook->m_owner = form;
+ ::set_form_userptr(form,(void*)hook);
+
+ ::set_form_init (form, NCursesForm::frm_init);
+ ::set_form_term (form, NCursesForm::frm_term);
+ ::set_field_init (form, NCursesForm::fld_init);
+ ::set_field_term (form, NCursesForm::fld_term);
+
+ scale(mrows, mcols);
+ ::set_form_win(form, w);
+
+ if (with_frame) {
+ if ((mrows > height()-2) || (mcols > width()-2))
+ OnError(E_NO_ROOM);
+ sub = new NCursesWindow(*this,mrows,mcols,1,1,'r');
+ ::set_form_sub(form, sub->w);
+ b_sub_owner = TRUE;
+ }
+ else {
+ sub = (NCursesWindow*)0;
+ b_sub_owner = FALSE;
+ }
+ options_on(O_NL_OVERLOAD);
+ setDefaultAttributes();
+}
+
+NCursesForm::~NCursesForm() {
+ UserHook* hook = (UserHook*)::form_userptr(form);
+ delete hook;
+ if (b_sub_owner) {
+ delete sub;
+ ::set_form_sub(form,(WINDOW *)0);
+ }
+ if (form) {
+ FIELD** fields = ::form_fields(form);
+ int cnt = count();
+
+ OnError(::set_form_fields(form,(FIELD**)0));
+
+ if (b_autoDelete) {
+ if (cnt>0) {
+ for (int i=0; i <= cnt; i++)
+ delete my_fields[i];
+ }
+ delete[] my_fields;
+ }
+
+ ::free_form(form);
+ // It's essential to do this after free_form()
+ delete[] fields;
+ }
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::setSubWindow(NCursesWindow& nsub) {
+ if (!isDescendant(nsub))
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ else {
+ if (b_sub_owner)
+ delete sub;
+ sub = &nsub;
+ ::set_form_sub(form,sub->w);
+ }
+}
+
+/* Internal hook functions. They will route the hook
+ * calls to virtual methods of the NCursesForm class,
+ * so in C++ providing a hook is done simply by
+ * implementing a virtual method in a derived class
+ */
+void
+NCursesForm::frm_init(FORM *f) {
+ getHook(f)->On_Form_Init();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::frm_term(FORM *f) {
+ getHook(f)->On_Form_Termination();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::fld_init(FORM *f) {
+ NCursesForm* F = getHook(f);
+ F->On_Field_Init (*(F->current_field ()));
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::fld_term(FORM *f) {
+ NCursesForm* F = getHook(f);
+ F->On_Field_Termination (*(F->current_field ()));
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::On_Form_Init() {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::On_Form_Termination() {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::On_Field_Init(NCursesFormField& field) {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesForm::On_Field_Termination(NCursesFormField& field) {
+}
+
+// call the form driver and do basic error checking.
+int
+NCursesForm::driver (int c) {
+ int res = ::form_driver (form, c);
+ switch (res) {
+ case E_OK:
+ case E_REQUEST_DENIED:
+ case E_INVALID_FIELD:
+ case E_UNKNOWN_COMMAND:
+ break;
+ default:
+ OnError (res);
+ }
+ return (res);
+}
+
+void NCursesForm::On_Request_Denied(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+void NCursesForm::On_Invalid_Field(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+void NCursesForm::On_Unknown_Command(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+static const int CMD_QUIT = MAX_COMMAND + 1;
+
+NCursesFormField*
+NCursesForm::operator()(void) {
+ int drvCmnd;
+ int err;
+ int c;
+
+ post();
+ show();
+ refresh();
+
+ while (((drvCmnd = virtualize((c=getch()))) != CMD_QUIT)) {
+ switch((err=driver(drvCmnd))) {
+ case E_REQUEST_DENIED:
+ On_Request_Denied(c);
+ break;
+ case E_INVALID_FIELD:
+ On_Invalid_Field(c);
+ break;
+ case E_UNKNOWN_COMMAND:
+ On_Unknown_Command(c);
+ break;
+ case E_OK:
+ break;
+ default:
+ OnError(err);
+ }
+ }
+
+ unpost();
+ hide();
+ refresh();
+ return my_fields[::field_index (::current_field (form))];
+}
+
+// Provide a default key virtualization. Translate the keyboard
+// code c into a form request code.
+// The default implementation provides a hopefully straightforward
+// mapping for the most common keystrokes and form requests.
+int
+NCursesForm::virtualize(int c) {
+ switch(c) {
+
+ case KEY_HOME : return(REQ_FIRST_FIELD);
+ case KEY_END : return(REQ_LAST_FIELD);
+
+ case KEY_DOWN : return(REQ_DOWN_CHAR);
+ case KEY_UP : return(REQ_UP_CHAR);
+ case KEY_LEFT : return(REQ_PREV_CHAR);
+ case KEY_RIGHT : return(REQ_NEXT_CHAR);
+
+ case KEY_NPAGE : return(REQ_NEXT_PAGE);
+ case KEY_PPAGE : return(REQ_PREV_PAGE);
+
+ case KEY_BACKSPACE : return(REQ_DEL_PREV);
+ case KEY_ENTER : return(REQ_NEW_LINE);
+ case KEY_CLEAR : return(REQ_CLR_FIELD);
+
+ case CTRL('X') : return(CMD_QUIT); // eXit
+
+ case CTRL('F') : return(REQ_NEXT_FIELD); // Forward
+ case CTRL('B') : return(REQ_PREV_FIELD); // Backward
+ case CTRL('L') : return(REQ_LEFT_FIELD); // Left
+ case CTRL('R') : return(REQ_RIGHT_FIELD); // Right
+ case CTRL('U') : return(REQ_UP_FIELD); // Up
+ case CTRL('D') : return(REQ_DOWN_FIELD); // Down
+
+ case CTRL('W') : return(REQ_NEXT_WORD);
+ case CTRL('T') : return(REQ_PREV_WORD);
+
+ case CTRL('A') : return(REQ_BEG_FIELD);
+ case CTRL('E') : return(REQ_END_FIELD);
+
+ case CTRL('I') : return(REQ_INS_CHAR);
+ case CTRL('M') :
+ case CTRL('J') : return(REQ_NEW_LINE);
+ case CTRL('O') : return(REQ_INS_LINE);
+ case CTRL('V') : return(REQ_DEL_CHAR);
+ case CTRL('H') : return(REQ_DEL_PREV);
+ case CTRL('Y') : return(REQ_DEL_LINE);
+ case CTRL('G') : return(REQ_DEL_WORD);
+ case CTRL('K') : return(REQ_CLR_EOF);
+
+ case CTRL('N') : return(REQ_NEXT_CHOICE);
+ case CTRL('P') : return(REQ_PREV_CHOICE);
+
+ default:
+ return(c);
+ }
+}
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// User Defined Fieldtypes
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+bool UserDefinedFieldType::fcheck(FIELD *f, const void *u) {
+ NCursesFormField* F = (NCursesFormField*)u;
+ assert(F);
+ UserDefinedFieldType* udf = (UserDefinedFieldType*)(F->fieldtype());
+ assert(udf);
+ return udf->field_check(*F);
+}
+
+bool UserDefinedFieldType::ccheck(int c, const void *u) {
+ NCursesFormField* F = (NCursesFormField*)u;
+ assert(F);
+ UserDefinedFieldType* udf =
+ (UserDefinedFieldType*)(F->fieldtype());
+ assert(udf);
+ return udf->char_check(c);
+}
+
+void* UserDefinedFieldType::makearg(va_list* va) {
+ return va_arg(*va,NCursesFormField*);
+}
+
+FIELDTYPE* UserDefinedFieldType::generic_fieldtype =
+ ::new_fieldtype(UserDefinedFieldType::fcheck,
+ UserDefinedFieldType::ccheck);
+
+FIELDTYPE* UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::generic_fieldtype_with_choice =
+ ::new_fieldtype(UserDefinedFieldType::fcheck,
+ UserDefinedFieldType::ccheck);
+
+bool UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::next_choice(FIELD *f, const void *u) {
+ NCursesFormField* F = (NCursesFormField*)u;
+ assert(F);
+ UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice* udf =
+ (UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice*)(F->fieldtype());
+ assert(udf);
+ return udf->next(*F);
+}
+
+bool UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::prev_choice(FIELD *f, const void *u) {
+ NCursesFormField* F = (NCursesFormField*)u;
+ assert(F);
+ UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice* udf =
+ (UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice*)(F->fieldtype());
+ assert(udf);
+ return udf->previous(*F);
+}
+
+class UDF_Init {
+private:
+ int code;
+ static UDF_Init* I;
+public:
+ UDF_Init() {
+ code = ::set_fieldtype_arg(UserDefinedFieldType::generic_fieldtype,
+ UserDefinedFieldType::makearg,
+ NULL,
+ NULL);
+ if (code==E_OK)
+ code = ::set_fieldtype_arg
+ (UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::generic_fieldtype_with_choice,
+ UserDefinedFieldType::makearg,
+ NULL,
+ NULL);
+ if (code==E_OK)
+ code = ::set_fieldtype_choice
+ (UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::generic_fieldtype_with_choice,
+ UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::next_choice,
+ UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice::prev_choice);
+ }
+};
+
+UDF_Init* UDF_Init::I = new UDF_Init();
+
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.h b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..1119f5cbc70a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesf.h
@@ -0,0 +1,823 @@
+// * This makes emacs happy -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+// $Id: cursesf.h,v 1.10 1999/05/16 17:31:42 juergen Exp $
+
+#ifndef _CURSESF_H
+#define _CURSESF_H
+
+#include <cursesp.h>
+
+extern "C" {
+# include <form.h>
+}
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// The abstract base class for buitin and user defined Fieldtypes.
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class NCursesFormField; // forward declaration
+
+// Class to represent builtin field types as well as C++ written new
+// fieldtypes (see classes UserDefineFieldType...
+class NCursesFieldType {
+ friend class NCursesFormField;
+
+protected:
+ FIELDTYPE* fieldtype;
+
+ inline void OnError(int err) const THROWS(NCursesFormException) {
+ if (err!=E_OK)
+ THROW(new NCursesFormException (err));
+ }
+
+ NCursesFieldType(FIELDTYPE *f) : fieldtype(f) {
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesFieldType() {}
+
+ // Set the fields f fieldtype to this one.
+ virtual void set(NCursesFormField& f) = 0;
+
+public:
+ NCursesFieldType() : fieldtype((FIELDTYPE*)0) {
+ }
+};
+
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// The class representing a forms field, wrapping the lowlevel FIELD struct
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class NCursesFormField {
+ friend class NCursesForm;
+
+protected:
+ FIELD *field; // lowlevel structure
+ NCursesFieldType* ftype; // Associated field type
+
+ // Error handler
+ inline void OnError (int err) const THROWS(NCursesFormException) {
+ if (err != E_OK)
+ THROW(new NCursesFormException (err));
+ }
+
+public:
+ // Create a 'Null' field. Can be used to delimit a field list
+ NCursesFormField()
+ : field((FIELD*)0), ftype((NCursesFieldType*)0) {
+ }
+
+ // Create a new field
+ NCursesFormField (int rows,
+ int cols,
+ int first_row = 0,
+ int first_col = 0,
+ int offscreen_rows = 0,
+ int additional_buffers = 0)
+ : ftype((NCursesFieldType*)0) {
+ field = ::new_field(rows,cols,first_row,first_col,
+ offscreen_rows, additional_buffers);
+ if (!field)
+ OnError(errno);
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesFormField ();
+
+ // Duplicate the field at a new position
+ inline NCursesFormField* dup(int first_row, int first_col) {
+ NCursesFormField* f = new NCursesFormField();
+ if (!f)
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ else {
+ f->ftype = ftype;
+ f->field = ::dup_field(field,first_row,first_col);
+ if (!f->field)
+ OnError(errno);
+ }
+ return f;
+ }
+
+ // Link the field to a new location
+ inline NCursesFormField* link(int first_row, int first_col) {
+ NCursesFormField* f = new NCursesFormField();
+ if (!f)
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ else {
+ f->ftype = ftype;
+ f->field = ::link_field(field,first_row,first_col);
+ if (!f->field)
+ OnError(errno);
+ }
+ return f;
+ }
+
+ // Get the lowlevel field representation
+ inline FIELD* get_field() const {
+ return field;
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve info about the field
+ inline void info(int& rows, int& cols,
+ int& first_row, int& first_col,
+ int& offscreen_rows, int& additional_buffers) const {
+ OnError(::field_info(field, &rows, &cols,
+ &first_row, &first_col,
+ &offscreen_rows, &additional_buffers));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve info about the fields dynamic properties.
+ inline void dynamic_info(int& dynamic_rows, int& dynamic_cols,
+ int& max_growth) const {
+ OnError(::dynamic_field_info(field, &dynamic_rows, &dynamic_cols,
+ &max_growth));
+ }
+
+ // For a dynamic field you may set the maximum growth limit.
+ // A zero means unlimited growth.
+ inline void set_maximum_growth(int growth = 0) {
+ OnError(::set_max_field(field,growth));
+ }
+
+ // Move the field to a new position
+ inline void move(int row, int col) {
+ OnError(::move_field(field,row,col));
+ }
+
+ // Mark the field to start a new page
+ inline void new_page(bool pageFlag = FALSE) {
+ OnError(::set_new_page(field,pageFlag));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve whether or not the field starts a new page.
+ inline bool is_new_page() const {
+ return ::new_page(field);
+ }
+
+ // Set the justification for the field
+ inline void set_justification(int just) {
+ OnError(::set_field_just(field,just));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the fields justification
+ inline int justification() const {
+ return ::field_just(field);
+ }
+ // Set the foreground attribute for the field
+ inline void set_foreground(chtype fore) {
+ OnError(::set_field_fore(field,fore));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the fields foreground attribute
+ inline chtype fore() const {
+ return ::field_fore(field);
+ }
+
+ // Set the background attribute for the field
+ inline void set_background(chtype back) {
+ OnError(::set_field_back(field,back));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the fields background attribute
+ inline chtype back() const {
+ return ::field_back(field);
+ }
+
+ // Set the padding character for the field
+ inline void set_pad_character(int pad) {
+ OnError(::set_field_pad(field,pad));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the fields padding character
+ inline int pad() const {
+ return ::field_pad(field);
+ }
+
+ // Switch on the fields options
+ inline void options_on (Field_Options options) {
+ OnError (::field_opts_on (field, options));
+ }
+
+ // Switch off the fields options
+ inline void options_off (Field_Options options) {
+ OnError (::field_opts_off (field, options));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the fields options
+ inline Field_Options options () const {
+ return ::field_opts (field);
+ }
+
+ // Set the fields options
+ inline void set_options (Field_Options options) {
+ OnError (::set_field_opts (field, options));
+ }
+
+ // Mark the field as changed
+ inline void set_changed(bool changeFlag = TRUE) {
+ OnError(::set_field_status(field,changeFlag));
+ }
+
+ // Test whether or not the field is marked as changed
+ inline bool changed() const {
+ return ::field_status(field);
+ }
+
+ // Return the index of the field in the field array of a form
+ // or -1 if the field is not associated to a form
+ inline int (index)() const {
+ return ::field_index(field);
+ }
+
+ // Store a value in a fields buffer. The default buffer is nr. 0
+ inline void set_value(const char *val, int buffer = 0) {
+ OnError(::set_field_buffer(field,buffer,val));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the value of a fields buffer. The defaukt buffer is nr. 0
+ inline char* value(int buffer = 0) const {
+ return ::field_buffer(field,buffer);
+ }
+
+ // Set the validation type of the field.
+ inline void set_fieldtype(NCursesFieldType& f) {
+ ftype = &f;
+ f.set(*this); // A good friend may do that...
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the validation type of the field.
+ inline NCursesFieldType* fieldtype() const {
+ return ftype;
+ }
+
+};
+
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// The class representing a form, wrapping the lowlevel FORM struct
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class NCursesForm : public NCursesPanel {
+protected:
+ FORM* form; // the lowlevel structure
+
+private:
+ NCursesWindow* sub; // the subwindow object
+ bool b_sub_owner; // is this our own subwindow?
+ bool b_framed; // has the form a border?
+ bool b_autoDelete; // Delete fields when deleting form?
+
+ NCursesFormField** my_fields; // The array of fields for this form
+
+ // This structure is used for the form's user data field to link the
+ // FORM* to the C++ object and to provide extra space for a user pointer.
+ typedef struct {
+ void* m_user; // the pointer for the user's data
+ const NCursesForm* m_back; // backward pointer to C++ object
+ const FORM* m_owner;
+ } UserHook;
+
+ // Get the backward pointer to the C++ object from a FORM
+ static inline NCursesForm* getHook(const FORM *f) {
+ UserHook* hook = (UserHook*)::form_userptr(f);
+ assert(hook && hook->m_owner==f);
+ return (NCursesForm*)(hook->m_back);
+ }
+
+ // This are the built-in hook functions in this C++ binding. In C++ we use
+ // virtual member functions (see below On_..._Init and On_..._Termination)
+ // to provide this functionality in an object oriented manner.
+ static void frm_init(FORM *);
+ static void frm_term(FORM *);
+ static void fld_init(FORM *);
+ static void fld_term(FORM *);
+
+ // Calculate FIELD* array for the menu
+ FIELD** mapFields(NCursesFormField* nfields[]);
+
+protected:
+ // internal routines
+ inline void set_user(void *user) {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::form_userptr (form);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==form);
+ uptr->m_user = user;
+ }
+
+ inline void *get_user() {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::form_userptr (form);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==form);
+ return uptr->m_user;
+ }
+
+ void InitForm (NCursesFormField* Fields[],
+ bool with_frame,
+ bool autoDeleteFields);
+
+ inline void OnError (int err) const THROWS(NCursesFormException) {
+ if (err != E_OK)
+ THROW(new NCursesFormException (err));
+ }
+
+ // this wraps the form_driver call.
+ virtual int driver (int c) ;
+
+ // 'Internal' constructor, builds an object without association to a
+ // field array.
+ NCursesForm( int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0)
+ : NCursesPanel(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x),
+ form ((FORM*)0) {
+ }
+
+public:
+ // Create form for the default panel.
+ NCursesForm (NCursesFormField* Fields[],
+ bool with_frame=FALSE, // reserve space for a frame?
+ bool autoDelete_Fields=FALSE) // do automatic cleanup?
+ : NCursesPanel() {
+ InitForm(Fields, with_frame, autoDelete_Fields);
+ }
+
+ // Create a form in a panel with the given position and size.
+ NCursesForm (NCursesFormField* Fields[],
+ int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y,
+ int begin_x,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE, // reserve space for a frame?
+ bool autoDelete_Fields=FALSE) // do automatic cleanup?
+ : NCursesPanel(lines, cols, begin_y, begin_x) {
+ InitForm(Fields, with_frame, autoDelete_Fields);
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesForm();
+
+ // Set the default attributes for the form
+ virtual void setDefaultAttributes();
+
+ // Retrieve current field of the form.
+ inline NCursesFormField* current_field() const {
+ return my_fields[::field_index(::current_field(form))];
+ }
+
+ // Set the forms subwindow
+ void setSubWindow(NCursesWindow& sub);
+
+ // Set these fields for the form
+ inline void setFields(NCursesFormField* Fields[]) {
+ OnError(::set_form_fields(form,mapFields(Fields)));
+ }
+
+ // Remove the form from the screen
+ inline void unpost (void) {
+ OnError (::unpost_form (form));
+ }
+
+ // Post the form to the screen if flag is true, unpost it otherwise
+ inline void post(bool flag = TRUE) {
+ OnError (flag ? ::post_form(form) : ::unpost_form (form));
+ }
+
+ // Decorations
+ inline void frame(const char *title=NULL, const char* btitle=NULL) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::frame(title,btitle);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ inline void boldframe(const char *title=NULL, const char* btitle=NULL) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::boldframe(title,btitle);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ inline void label(const char *topLabel, const char *bottomLabel) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::label(topLabel,bottomLabel);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ // -----
+ // Hooks
+ // -----
+
+ // Called after the form gets repositioned in its window.
+ // This is especially true if the form is posted.
+ virtual void On_Form_Init();
+
+ // Called before the form gets repositioned in its window.
+ // This is especially true if the form is unposted.
+ virtual void On_Form_Termination();
+
+ // Called after the field became the current field
+ virtual void On_Field_Init(NCursesFormField& field);
+
+ // Called before this field is left as current field.
+ virtual void On_Field_Termination(NCursesFormField& field);
+
+ // Calculate required window size for the form.
+ void scale(int& rows, int& cols) const {
+ OnError(::scale_form(form,&rows,&cols));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve number of fields in the form.
+ int count() const {
+ return ::field_count(form);
+ }
+
+ // Make the page the current page of the form.
+ void set_page(int page) {
+ OnError(::set_form_page(form,page));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve current page number
+ int page() const {
+ return ::form_page(form);
+ }
+
+ // Switch on the forms options
+ inline void options_on (Form_Options options) {
+ OnError (::form_opts_on (form, options));
+ }
+
+ // Switch off the forms options
+ inline void options_off (Form_Options options) {
+ OnError (::form_opts_off (form, options));
+ }
+
+ // Retrieve the forms options
+ inline Form_Options options () const {
+ return ::form_opts (form);
+ }
+
+ // Set the forms options
+ inline void set_options (Form_Options options) {
+ OnError (::set_form_opts (form, options));
+ }
+
+ // Are there more data in the current field after the data shown
+ inline bool data_ahead() const {
+ return ::data_ahead(form);
+ }
+
+ // Are there more data in the current field before the data shown
+ inline bool data_behind() const {
+ return ::data_behind(form);
+ }
+
+ // Position the cursor to the current field
+ inline void position_cursor () {
+ OnError (::pos_form_cursor (form));
+ }
+ // Set the current field
+ inline void set_current(NCursesFormField& F) {
+ OnError (::set_current_field(form, F.field));
+ }
+
+ // Provide a default key virtualization. Translate the keyboard
+ // code c into a form request code.
+ // The default implementation provides a hopefully straightforward
+ // mapping for the most common keystrokes and form requests.
+ virtual int virtualize(int c);
+
+ // Operators
+ inline NCursesFormField* operator[](int i) const {
+ if ( (i < 0) || (i >= ::field_count (form)) )
+ OnError (E_BAD_ARGUMENT);
+ return my_fields[i];
+ }
+
+ // Perform the menu's operation
+ // Return the field where you left the form.
+ virtual NCursesFormField* operator()(void);
+
+ // Exception handlers. The default is a Beep.
+ virtual void On_Request_Denied(int c) const;
+ virtual void On_Invalid_Field(int c) const;
+ virtual void On_Unknown_Command(int c) const;
+
+};
+
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// This is the typical C++ typesafe way to allow to attach
+// user data to a field of a form. Its assumed that the user
+// data belongs to some class T. Use T as template argument
+// to create a UserField.
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+template<class T> class NCursesUserField : public NCursesFormField
+{
+public:
+ NCursesUserField (int rows,
+ int cols,
+ int first_row = 0,
+ int first_col = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0,
+ int offscreen_rows = 0,
+ int additional_buffers = 0)
+ : NCursesFormField (rows, cols,
+ first_row, first_col,
+ offscreen_rows, additional_buffers) {
+ if (field)
+ OnError(::set_field_userptr(field,(void *)p_UserData));
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesUserField() {};
+
+ inline const T* UserData (void) const {
+ return (const T*)::field_userptr (field);
+ }
+
+ inline virtual void setUserData(const T* p_UserData) {
+ if (field)
+ OnError (::set_field_userptr (field, (void *)p_UserData));
+ }
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// The same mechanism is used to attach user data to a form
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+template<class T> class NCursesUserForm : public NCursesForm
+{
+protected:
+ // 'Internal' constructor, builds an object without association to a
+ // field array.
+ NCursesUserForm( int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0)
+ : NCursesForm(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x) {
+ if (form)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ }
+
+public:
+ NCursesUserForm (NCursesFormField Fields[],
+ bool with_frame=FALSE,
+ bool autoDelete_Fields=FALSE)
+ : NCursesForm (Fields, with_frame, autoDelete_Fields) {
+ };
+
+ NCursesUserForm (NCursesFormField Fields[],
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE,
+ bool autoDelete_Fields=FALSE)
+ : NCursesForm (Fields, with_frame, autoDelete_Fields) {
+ if (form)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+
+ NCursesUserForm (NCursesFormField Fields[],
+ int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE,
+ bool autoDelete_Fields=FALSE)
+ : NCursesForm (Fields, lines, cols, begin_y, begin_x,
+ with_frame, autoDelete_Fields) {
+ if (form)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+
+ virtual ~NCursesUserForm() {
+ };
+
+ inline T* UserData (void) const {
+ return (T*)get_user ();
+ };
+
+ inline virtual void setUserData (const T* p_UserData) {
+ if (form)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ }
+
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Builtin Fieldtypes
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class Alpha_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ int min_field_width;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,min_field_width));
+ }
+
+public:
+ Alpha_Field(int width)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_ALPHA),
+ min_field_width(width) {
+ }
+};
+
+class Alphanumeric_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ int min_field_width;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,min_field_width));
+ }
+
+public:
+ Alphanumeric_Field(int width)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_ALNUM),
+ min_field_width(width) {
+ }
+};
+
+class Integer_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ int precision;
+ long lower_limit, upper_limit;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,
+ precision,lower_limit,upper_limit));
+ }
+
+public:
+ Integer_Field(int prec, long low=0L, long high=0L)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_INTEGER),
+ precision(prec), lower_limit(low), upper_limit(high) {
+ }
+};
+
+class Numeric_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ int precision;
+ double lower_limit, upper_limit;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,
+ precision,lower_limit,upper_limit));
+ }
+
+public:
+ Numeric_Field(int prec, double low=0.0, double high=0.0)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_NUMERIC),
+ precision(prec), lower_limit(low), upper_limit(high) {
+ }
+};
+
+class Regular_Expression_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ char* regex;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,regex));
+ }
+
+public:
+ Regular_Expression_Field(const char *expr)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_REGEXP) {
+ regex = new char[1+::strlen(expr)];
+ (strcpy)(regex,expr);
+ }
+
+ ~Regular_Expression_Field() {
+ delete[] regex;
+ }
+};
+
+class Enumeration_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ char** list;
+ int case_sensitive;
+ int non_unique_matches;
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,
+ list,case_sensitive,non_unique_matches));
+ }
+public:
+ Enumeration_Field(char* enums[],
+ bool case_sens=FALSE,
+ bool non_unique=FALSE)
+ : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_ENUM),
+ list(enums),
+ case_sensitive(case_sens?-1:0),
+ non_unique_matches(non_unique?-1:0) {
+ }
+};
+
+class IPV4_Address_Field : public NCursesFieldType {
+private:
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype));
+ }
+
+public:
+ IPV4_Address_Field() : NCursesFieldType(TYPE_IPV4) {
+ }
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Abstract base class for User-Defined Fieldtypes
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class UserDefinedFieldType : public NCursesFieldType {
+ friend class UDF_Init; // Internal helper to set up statics
+private:
+ // For all C++ defined fieldtypes we need only one generic lowlevel
+ // FIELDTYPE* element.
+ static FIELDTYPE* generic_fieldtype;
+
+protected:
+ // This are the functions required by the low level libforms functions
+ // to construct a fieldtype.
+ static bool fcheck(FIELD *, const void*);
+ static bool ccheck(int c, const void *);
+ static void* makearg(va_list*);
+
+ void set(NCursesFormField& f) {
+ OnError(::set_field_type(f.get_field(),fieldtype,&f));
+ }
+
+protected:
+ // Redefine this function to do a field validation. The argument
+ // is a reference to the field you should validate.
+ virtual bool field_check(NCursesFormField& f) = 0;
+
+ // Redefine this function to do a character validation. The argument
+ // is the character to be validated.
+ virtual bool char_check (int c) = 0;
+
+public:
+ UserDefinedFieldType() : NCursesFieldType(generic_fieldtype) {
+ }
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Abstract base class for User-Defined Fieldtypes with Choice functions
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice : public UserDefinedFieldType {
+ friend class UDF_Init; // Internal helper to set up statics
+private:
+ // For all C++ defined fieldtypes with choice functions we need only one
+ // generic lowlevel FIELDTYPE* element.
+ static FIELDTYPE* generic_fieldtype_with_choice;
+
+ // This are the functions required by the low level libforms functions
+ // to construct a fieldtype with choice functions.
+ static bool next_choice(FIELD*, const void *);
+ static bool prev_choice(FIELD*, const void *);
+
+protected:
+ // Redefine this function to do the retrieval of the next choice value.
+ // The argument is a reference to the field tobe examined.
+ virtual bool next (NCursesFormField& f) = 0;
+
+ // Redefine this function to do the retrieval of the previous choice value.
+ // The argument is a reference to the field tobe examined.
+ virtual bool previous(NCursesFormField& f) = 0;
+
+public:
+ UserDefinedFieldType_With_Choice() {
+ fieldtype = generic_fieldtype_with_choice;
+ }
+};
+
+#endif // _CURSESF_H
+
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..599b5f178885
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,383 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "cursesm.h"
+#include "cursesapp.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesm.cc,v 1.11 1999/07/31 09:45:23 juergen Exp $")
+
+NCursesMenuItem::~NCursesMenuItem() {
+ if (item)
+ OnError(::free_item(item));
+}
+
+bool
+NCursesMenuItem::action() {
+ return FALSE;
+};
+
+NCursesMenuCallbackItem::~NCursesMenuCallbackItem() {
+}
+
+bool
+NCursesMenuCallbackItem::action() {
+ if (p_fct)
+ return p_fct (*this);
+ else
+ return FALSE;
+}
+
+/* Internal hook functions. They will route the hook
+ * calls to virtual methods of the NCursesMenu class,
+ * so in C++ providing a hook is done simply by
+ * implementing a virtual method in a derived class
+ */
+void
+NCursesMenu::mnu_init(MENU *m) {
+ getHook(m)->On_Menu_Init();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::mnu_term(MENU *m) {
+ getHook(m)->On_Menu_Termination();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::itm_init(MENU *m) {
+ NCursesMenu* M = getHook(m);
+ M->On_Item_Init (*(M->current_item ()));
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::itm_term(MENU *m) {
+ NCursesMenu* M = getHook(m);
+ M->On_Item_Termination (*(M->current_item ()));
+}
+
+/* Construct an ITEM* array from an array of NCursesMenuItem
+ * objects.
+ */
+ITEM**
+NCursesMenu::mapItems(NCursesMenuItem* nitems[]) {
+ int itemCount = 0,lcv;
+
+ for (lcv=0; nitems[lcv]->item; ++lcv)
+ ++itemCount;
+
+ ITEM** items = new ITEM*[itemCount + 1];
+
+ for (lcv=0;nitems[lcv]->item;++lcv) {
+ items[lcv] = nitems[lcv]->item;
+ }
+ items[lcv] = NULL;
+
+ my_items = nitems;
+
+ if (menu)
+ delete[] ::menu_items(menu);
+ return items;
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::InitMenu(NCursesMenuItem* nitems[],
+ bool with_frame,
+ bool autoDelete_Items) {
+ int mrows, mcols;
+
+ keypad(TRUE);
+ meta(TRUE);
+
+ b_framed = with_frame;
+ b_autoDelete = autoDelete_Items;
+
+ menu = (MENU*)0;
+ menu = ::new_menu(mapItems(nitems));
+ if (!menu)
+ OnError (E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+
+ UserHook* hook = new UserHook;
+ hook->m_user = NULL;
+ hook->m_back = this;
+ hook->m_owner = menu;
+ ::set_menu_userptr(menu,(void*)hook);
+
+ ::set_menu_init (menu, NCursesMenu::mnu_init);
+ ::set_menu_term (menu, NCursesMenu::mnu_term);
+ ::set_item_init (menu, NCursesMenu::itm_init);
+ ::set_item_term (menu, NCursesMenu::itm_term);
+
+ scale(mrows, mcols);
+ ::set_menu_win(menu, w);
+
+ if (with_frame) {
+ if ((mrows > height()-2) || (mcols > width()-2))
+ OnError(E_NO_ROOM);
+ sub = new NCursesWindow(*this,mrows,mcols,1,1,'r');
+ ::set_menu_sub(menu, sub->w);
+ b_sub_owner = TRUE;
+ }
+ else {
+ sub = (NCursesWindow*)0;
+ b_sub_owner = FALSE;
+ }
+ setDefaultAttributes();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::setDefaultAttributes() {
+ NCursesApplication* S = NCursesApplication::getApplication();
+ if (S) {
+ ::set_menu_fore(menu, S->foregrounds());
+ ::set_menu_back(menu, S->backgrounds());
+ ::set_menu_grey(menu, S->inactives());
+ }
+}
+
+NCursesMenu::~NCursesMenu() {
+ UserHook* hook = (UserHook*)::menu_userptr(menu);
+ delete hook;
+ if (b_sub_owner) {
+ delete sub;
+ ::set_menu_sub(menu,(WINDOW *)0);
+ }
+ if (menu) {
+ ITEM** itms = ::menu_items(menu);
+ int cnt = count();
+
+ OnError(::set_menu_items(menu,(ITEM**)0));
+
+ if (b_autoDelete) {
+ if (cnt>0) {
+ for (int i=0; i <= cnt; i++)
+ delete my_items[i];
+ }
+ delete[] my_items;
+ }
+
+ ::free_menu(menu);
+ // It's essential to do this after free_menu()
+ delete[] itms;
+ }
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::setSubWindow(NCursesWindow& nsub) {
+ if (!isDescendant(nsub))
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ else {
+ if (b_sub_owner)
+ delete sub;
+ sub = &nsub;
+ ::set_menu_sub(menu,sub->w);
+ }
+}
+
+bool
+NCursesMenu::set_pattern (const char *pat) {
+ int res = ::set_menu_pattern (menu, pat);
+ switch(res) {
+ case E_OK:
+ break;
+ case E_NO_MATCH:
+ return FALSE;
+ default:
+ OnError (res);
+ }
+ return TRUE;
+}
+
+// call the menu driver and do basic error checking.
+int
+NCursesMenu::driver (int c) {
+ int res = ::menu_driver (menu, c);
+ switch (res) {
+ case E_OK:
+ case E_REQUEST_DENIED:
+ case E_NOT_SELECTABLE:
+ case E_UNKNOWN_COMMAND:
+ case E_NO_MATCH:
+ break;
+ default:
+ OnError (res);
+ }
+ return (res);
+}
+
+static const int CMD_QUIT = MAX_COMMAND + 1;
+static const int CMD_ACTION = MAX_COMMAND + 2;
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Provide a default key virtualization. Translate the keyboard
+// code c into a menu request code.
+// The default implementation provides a hopefully straightforward
+// mapping for the most common keystrokes and menu requests.
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+int
+NCursesMenu::virtualize(int c) {
+ switch(c) {
+ case CTRL('X') : return(CMD_QUIT); // eXit
+
+ case KEY_DOWN : return(REQ_DOWN_ITEM);
+ case CTRL('N') : return(REQ_NEXT_ITEM); // Next
+ case KEY_UP : return(REQ_UP_ITEM);
+ case CTRL('P') : return(REQ_PREV_ITEM); // Previous
+
+ case CTRL('U') : return(REQ_SCR_ULINE); // Up
+ case CTRL('D') : return(REQ_SCR_DLINE); // Down
+ case CTRL('F') : return(REQ_SCR_DPAGE); // Forward
+ case CTRL('B') : return(REQ_SCR_UPAGE); // Backward
+
+ case CTRL('Y') : return(REQ_CLEAR_PATTERN);
+ case CTRL('H') : return(REQ_BACK_PATTERN);
+ case CTRL('A') : return(REQ_NEXT_MATCH);
+ case CTRL('E') : return(REQ_PREV_MATCH);
+ case CTRL('T') : return(REQ_TOGGLE_ITEM);
+
+ case CTRL('J') :
+ case CTRL('M') : return(CMD_ACTION);
+
+ case KEY_HOME : return(REQ_FIRST_ITEM);
+ case KEY_LEFT : return(REQ_LEFT_ITEM);
+ case KEY_RIGHT : return(REQ_RIGHT_ITEM);
+ case KEY_END : return(REQ_LAST_ITEM);
+ case KEY_BACKSPACE : return(REQ_BACK_PATTERN);
+ case KEY_NPAGE : return(REQ_SCR_DPAGE);
+ case KEY_PPAGE : return(REQ_SCR_UPAGE);
+
+ default:
+ return(c);
+ }
+}
+
+NCursesMenuItem*
+NCursesMenu::operator()(void) {
+ int drvCmnd;
+ int err;
+ int c;
+ bool b_action = FALSE;
+
+ post();
+ show();
+ refresh();
+
+ while (!b_action && ((drvCmnd = virtualize((c=getch()))) != CMD_QUIT)) {
+
+ switch((err=driver(drvCmnd))) {
+ case E_REQUEST_DENIED:
+ On_Request_Denied(c);
+ break;
+ case E_NOT_SELECTABLE:
+ On_Not_Selectable(c);
+ break;
+ case E_UNKNOWN_COMMAND:
+ if (drvCmnd == CMD_ACTION) {
+ if (options() & O_ONEVALUE) {
+ NCursesMenuItem* itm = current_item();
+ assert(itm);
+ if (itm->options() & O_SELECTABLE)
+ {
+ b_action = itm->action();
+ refresh();
+ }
+ else
+ On_Not_Selectable(c);
+ }
+ else {
+ int n = count();
+ for(int i=0; i<n; i++) {
+ NCursesMenuItem* itm = my_items[i];
+ if (itm->value()) {
+ b_action |= itm->action();
+ refresh();
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ } else
+ On_Unknown_Command(c);
+ break;
+ case E_NO_MATCH:
+ On_No_Match(c);
+ break;
+ case E_OK:
+ break;
+ default:
+ OnError(err);
+ }
+ }
+
+ unpost();
+ hide();
+ refresh();
+ if (options() & O_ONEVALUE)
+ return my_items[::item_index (::current_item (menu))];
+ else
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Menu_Init() {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Menu_Termination() {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Item_Init(NCursesMenuItem& item) {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Item_Termination(NCursesMenuItem& item) {
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Request_Denied(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Not_Selectable(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_No_Match(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesMenu::On_Unknown_Command(int c) const {
+ beep();
+}
+
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.h b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..5037ae23fb75
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesm.h
@@ -0,0 +1,592 @@
+// * This makes emacs happy -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+// $Id: cursesm.h,v 1.12 1999/05/16 17:30:27 juergen Exp $
+
+#ifndef _CURSESM_H
+#define _CURSESM_H
+
+#include <cursesp.h>
+
+extern "C" {
+# include <menu.h>
+}
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// This wraps the ITEM type of <menu.h>
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class NCursesMenuItem {
+ friend class NCursesMenu;
+
+protected:
+ ITEM *item;
+
+ inline void OnError (int err) const THROWS(NCursesMenuException) {
+ if (err != E_OK)
+ THROW(new NCursesMenuException (err));
+ }
+
+public:
+ NCursesMenuItem (const char* p_name = NULL,
+ const char* p_descript = NULL ) {
+ item = p_name ? ::new_item (p_name, p_descript) : (ITEM*)0;
+ if (p_name && !item)
+ OnError (E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+ // Create an item. If you pass both parameters as NULL, a delimiting
+ // item is constructed which can be used to terminate a list of
+ // NCursesMenu objects.
+
+ virtual ~NCursesMenuItem ();
+ // Release the items memory
+
+ inline const char* name () const {
+ return ::item_name (item);
+ }
+ // Name of the item
+
+ inline const char* description () const {
+ return ::item_description (item);
+ }
+ // Description of the item
+
+ inline int (index) (void) const {
+ return ::item_index (item);
+ }
+ // Index of the item in an item array (or -1)
+
+ inline void options_on (Item_Options options) {
+ OnError (::item_opts_on (item, options));
+ }
+ // Switch on the items options
+
+ inline void options_off (Item_Options options) {
+ OnError (::item_opts_off (item, options));
+ }
+ // Switch off the item's option
+
+ inline Item_Options options () const {
+ return ::item_opts (item);
+ }
+ // Retrieve the items options
+
+ inline void set_options (Item_Options options) {
+ OnError (::set_item_opts (item, options));
+ }
+ // Set the items options
+
+ inline void set_value (bool f) {
+ OnError (::set_item_value (item,f));
+ }
+ // Set/Reset the items selection state
+
+ inline bool value () const {
+ return ::item_value (item);
+ }
+ // Retrieve the items selection state
+
+ inline bool visible () const {
+ return ::item_visible (item);
+ }
+ // Retrieve visibility of the item
+
+ virtual bool action();
+ // Perform an action associated with this item; you may use this in an
+ // user supplied driver for a menu; you may derive from this class and
+ // overload action() to supply items with different actions.
+ // If an action returns true, the menu will be exited. The default action
+ // is to do nothing.
+};
+
+// Prototype for an items callback function.
+typedef bool ITEMCALLBACK(NCursesMenuItem&);
+
+// If you don't like to create a child class for individual items to
+// overload action(), you may use this class and provide a callback
+// function pointer for items.
+class NCursesMenuCallbackItem : public NCursesMenuItem {
+private:
+ const ITEMCALLBACK* p_fct;
+
+public:
+ NCursesMenuCallbackItem(const ITEMCALLBACK* fct = NULL,
+ const char* p_name = NULL,
+ const char* p_descript = NULL )
+ : NCursesMenuItem (p_name, p_descript),
+ p_fct (fct) {
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesMenuCallbackItem();
+
+ bool action();
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// This wraps the MENU type of <menu.h>
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+class NCursesMenu : public NCursesPanel {
+protected:
+ MENU *menu;
+
+private:
+ NCursesWindow* sub; // the subwindow object
+ bool b_sub_owner; // is this our own subwindow?
+ bool b_framed; // has the menu a border?
+ bool b_autoDelete; // Delete items when deleting menu?
+
+ NCursesMenuItem** my_items; // The array of items for this menu
+
+ // This structure is used for the menu's user data field to link the
+ // MENU* to the C++ object and to provide extra space for a user pointer.
+ typedef struct {
+ void* m_user; // the pointer for the user's data
+ const NCursesMenu* m_back; // backward pointer to C++ object
+ const MENU* m_owner;
+ } UserHook;
+
+ // Get the backward pointer to the C++ object from a MENU
+ static inline NCursesMenu* getHook(const MENU *m) {
+ UserHook* hook = (UserHook*)::menu_userptr(m);
+ assert(hook && hook->m_owner==m);
+ return (NCursesMenu*)(hook->m_back);
+ }
+
+ // This are the built-in hook functions in this C++ binding. In C++ we use
+ // virtual member functions (see below On_..._Init and On_..._Termination)
+ // to provide this functionality in an object oriented manner.
+ static void mnu_init(MENU *);
+ static void mnu_term(MENU *);
+ static void itm_init(MENU *);
+ static void itm_term(MENU *);
+
+ // Calculate ITEM* array for the menu
+ ITEM** mapItems(NCursesMenuItem* nitems[]);
+
+protected:
+ // internal routines
+ inline void set_user(void *user) {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::menu_userptr (menu);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==menu);
+ uptr->m_user = user;
+ }
+
+ inline void *get_user() {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::menu_userptr (menu);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==menu);
+ return uptr->m_user;
+ }
+
+ void InitMenu (NCursesMenuItem* menu[],
+ bool with_frame,
+ bool autoDeleteItems);
+
+ inline void OnError (int err) const THROWS(NCursesMenuException) {
+ if (err != E_OK)
+ THROW(new NCursesMenuException (this, err));
+ }
+
+ // this wraps the menu_driver call.
+ virtual int driver (int c) ;
+
+ // 'Internal' constructor to create a menu without association to
+ // an array of items.
+ NCursesMenu( int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0)
+ : NCursesPanel(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x),
+ menu ((MENU*)0) {
+ }
+
+public:
+ // Make a full window size menu
+ NCursesMenu (NCursesMenuItem* Items[],
+ bool with_frame=FALSE, // Reserve space for a frame?
+ bool autoDelete_Items=FALSE) // Autocleanup of Items?
+ : NCursesPanel() {
+ InitMenu(Items, with_frame, autoDelete_Items);
+ }
+
+ // Make a menu with a window of this size.
+ NCursesMenu (NCursesMenuItem* Items[],
+ int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE, // Reserve space for a frame?
+ bool autoDelete_Items=FALSE) // Autocleanup of Items?
+ : NCursesPanel(lines, cols, begin_y, begin_x) {
+ InitMenu(Items, with_frame, autoDelete_Items);
+ }
+
+ virtual ~NCursesMenu ();
+
+ // Retrieve the menus subwindow
+ inline NCursesWindow& subWindow() const {
+ assert(sub!=NULL);
+ return *sub;
+ }
+
+ // Set the menus subwindow
+ void setSubWindow(NCursesWindow& sub);
+
+ // Set these items for the menu
+ inline void setItems(NCursesMenuItem* Items[]) {
+ OnError(::set_menu_items(menu,mapItems(Items)));
+ }
+
+ // Remove the menu from the screen
+ inline void unpost (void) {
+ OnError (::unpost_menu (menu));
+ }
+
+ // Post the menu to the screen if flag is true, unpost it otherwise
+ inline void post(bool flag = TRUE) {
+ flag ? OnError (::post_menu(menu)) : OnError (::unpost_menu (menu));
+ }
+
+ // Get the numer of rows and columns for this menu
+ inline void scale (int& mrows, int& mcols) const {
+ OnError (::scale_menu (menu, &mrows, &mcols));
+ }
+
+ // Set the format of this menu
+ inline void set_format(int mrows, int mcols) {
+ OnError (::set_menu_format(menu, mrows, mcols));
+ }
+
+ // Get the format of this menu
+ inline void menu_format(int& rows,int& cols) {
+ ::menu_format(menu,&rows,&cols);
+ }
+
+ // Items of the menu
+ inline NCursesMenuItem* items() const {
+ return *my_items;
+ }
+
+ // Get the number of items in this menu
+ inline int count() const {
+ return ::item_count(menu);
+ }
+
+ // Get the current item (i.e. the one the cursor is located)
+ inline NCursesMenuItem* current_item() const {
+ return my_items[::item_index(::current_item(menu))];
+ }
+
+ // Get the marker string
+ inline const char* mark() const {
+ return ::menu_mark(menu);
+ }
+
+ // Set the marker string
+ inline void set_mark(const char *mark) {
+ OnError (::set_menu_mark (menu, mark));
+ }
+
+ // Get the name of the request code c
+ inline static const char* request_name(int c) {
+ return ::menu_request_name(c);
+ }
+
+ // Get the current pattern
+ inline char* pattern() const {
+ return ::menu_pattern(menu);
+ }
+
+ // true if there is a pattern match, false otherwise.
+ bool set_pattern (const char *pat);
+
+ // set the default attributes for the menu
+ // i.e. set fore, back and grey attribute
+ virtual void setDefaultAttributes();
+
+ // Get the menus background attributes
+ inline chtype back() const {
+ return ::menu_back(menu);
+ }
+
+ // Get the menus foreground attributes
+ inline chtype fore() const {
+ return ::menu_fore(menu);
+ }
+
+ // Get the menus grey attributes (used for unselectable items)
+ inline chtype grey() const {
+ return ::menu_grey(menu);
+ }
+
+ // Set the menus background attributes
+ inline chtype set_background(chtype a) {
+ return ::set_menu_back(menu,a);
+ }
+
+ // Set the menus foreground attributes
+ inline chtype set_foreground(chtype a) {
+ return ::set_menu_fore(menu,a);
+ }
+
+ // Set the menus grey attributes (used for unselectable items)
+ inline chtype set_grey(chtype a) {
+ return ::set_menu_grey(menu,a);
+ }
+
+ inline void options_on (Menu_Options opts) {
+ OnError (::menu_opts_on (menu,opts));
+ }
+
+ inline void options_off(Menu_Options opts) {
+ OnError (::menu_opts_off(menu,opts));
+ }
+
+ inline Menu_Options options() const {
+ return ::menu_opts(menu);
+ }
+
+ inline void set_options (Menu_Options opts) {
+ OnError (::set_menu_opts (menu,opts));
+ }
+
+ inline int pad() const {
+ return ::menu_pad(menu);
+ }
+
+ inline void set_pad (int padch) {
+ OnError (::set_menu_pad (menu, padch));
+ }
+
+ // Position the cursor to the current item
+ inline void position_cursor () const {
+ OnError (::pos_menu_cursor (menu));
+ }
+
+ // Set the current item
+ inline void set_current(NCursesMenuItem& I) {
+ OnError (::set_current_item(menu, I.item));
+ }
+
+ // Get the current top row of the menu
+ inline int top_row (void) const {
+ return ::top_row (menu);
+ }
+
+ // Set the current top row of the menu
+ inline void set_top_row (int row) {
+ OnError (::set_top_row (menu, row));
+ }
+
+ // spacing control
+ // Set the spacing for the menu
+ inline void setSpacing(int spc_description,
+ int spc_rows,
+ int spc_columns) {
+ OnError(::set_menu_spacing(menu,
+ spc_description,
+ spc_rows,
+ spc_columns));
+ }
+
+ // Get the spacing info for the menu
+ inline void Spacing(int& spc_description,
+ int& spc_rows,
+ int& spc_columns) const {
+ OnError(::menu_spacing(menu,
+ &spc_description,
+ &spc_rows,
+ &spc_columns));
+ }
+
+ // Decorations
+ inline void frame(const char *title=NULL, const char* btitle=NULL) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::frame(title,btitle);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ inline void boldframe(const char *title=NULL, const char* btitle=NULL) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::boldframe(title,btitle);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ inline void label(const char *topLabel, const char *bottomLabel) {
+ if (b_framed)
+ NCursesPanel::label(topLabel,bottomLabel);
+ else
+ OnError(E_SYSTEM_ERROR);
+ }
+
+ // -----
+ // Hooks
+ // -----
+
+ // Called after the menu gets repositioned in its window.
+ // This is especially true if the menu is posted.
+ virtual void On_Menu_Init();
+
+ // Called before the menu gets repositioned in its window.
+ // This is especially true if the menu is unposted.
+ virtual void On_Menu_Termination();
+
+ // Called after the item became the current item
+ virtual void On_Item_Init(NCursesMenuItem& item);
+
+ // Called before this item is left as current item.
+ virtual void On_Item_Termination(NCursesMenuItem& item);
+
+ // Provide a default key virtualization. Translate the keyboard
+ // code c into a menu request code.
+ // The default implementation provides a hopefully straightforward
+ // mapping for the most common keystrokes and menu requests.
+ virtual int virtualize(int c);
+
+
+ // Operators
+ inline NCursesMenuItem* operator[](int i) const {
+ if ( (i < 0) || (i >= ::item_count (menu)) )
+ OnError (E_BAD_ARGUMENT);
+ return (my_items[i]);
+ }
+
+ // Perform the menu's operation
+ // Return the item where you left the selection mark for a single
+ // selection menu, or NULL for a multivalued menu.
+ virtual NCursesMenuItem* operator()(void);
+
+ // --------------------
+ // Exception handlers
+ // Called by operator()
+ // --------------------
+
+ // Called if the request is denied
+ virtual void On_Request_Denied(int c) const;
+
+ // Called if the item is not selectable
+ virtual void On_Not_Selectable(int c) const;
+
+ // Called if pattern doesn't match
+ virtual void On_No_Match(int c) const;
+
+ // Called if the command is unknown
+ virtual void On_Unknown_Command(int c) const;
+
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// This is the typical C++ typesafe way to allow to attach
+// user data to an item of a menu. Its assumed that the user
+// data belongs to some class T. Use T as template argument
+// to create a UserItem.
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+template<class T> class NCursesUserItem : public NCursesMenuItem
+{
+public:
+ NCursesUserItem (const char* p_name,
+ const char* p_descript = NULL,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0)
+ : NCursesMenuItem (p_name, p_descript) {
+ if (item)
+ OnError (::set_item_userptr (item, (void *)p_UserData));
+ };
+
+ virtual ~NCursesUserItem() {};
+
+ inline const T* UserData (void) const {
+ return (const T*)::item_userptr (item);
+ };
+
+ inline virtual void setUserData(const T* p_UserData) {
+ if (item)
+ OnError (::set_item_userptr (item, (void *)p_UserData));
+ }
+};
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// The same mechanism is used to attach user data to a menu
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+template<class T> class NCursesUserMenu : public NCursesMenu
+{
+protected:
+ NCursesUserMenu( int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0)
+ : NCursesMenu(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x) {
+ if (menu)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ }
+
+public:
+ NCursesUserMenu (NCursesMenuItem Items[],
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE,
+ bool autoDelete_Items=FALSE)
+ : NCursesMenu (Items, with_frame, autoDelete_Items) {
+ if (menu)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+
+ NCursesUserMenu (NCursesMenuItem Items[],
+ int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0,
+ bool with_frame=FALSE)
+ : NCursesMenu (Items, lines, cols, begin_y, begin_x, with_frame) {
+ if (menu)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+
+ virtual ~NCursesUserMenu() {
+ };
+
+ inline T* UserData (void) const {
+ return (T*)get_user ();
+ };
+
+ inline virtual void setUserData (const T* p_UserData) {
+ if (menu)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ }
+};
+
+#endif // _CURSESM_H
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesmain.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesmain.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..09400b8d690a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesmain.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "cursesapp.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesmain.cc,v 1.5 1999/05/16 17:31:22 juergen Exp $")
+
+/* This is the default implementation of main() for a NCursesApplication.
+ * You only have to instantiate a static NCursesApplication object in your
+ * main application source file and link this module with your application.
+ */
+int main(int argc, char* argv[])
+{
+ NCursesApplication* A = NCursesApplication::getApplication();
+ if (!A)
+ return(1);
+ A->handleArgs(argc,argv);
+ ::endwin();
+ return((*A)());
+}
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..e0c17aea7eb4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,123 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1993,1997 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "cursesp.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesp.cc,v 1.14 1999/05/16 17:30:51 juergen Exp $")
+
+NCursesPanel* NCursesPanel::dummy = (NCursesPanel*)0;
+
+void NCursesPanel::init() {
+ p = ::new_panel(w);
+ if (!p)
+ OnError(ERR);
+
+ UserHook* hook = new UserHook;
+ hook->m_user = NULL;
+ hook->m_back = this;
+ hook->m_owner = p;
+ ::set_panel_userptr(p, (void *)hook);
+}
+
+NCursesPanel::~NCursesPanel() {
+ UserHook* hook = (UserHook*)::panel_userptr(p);
+ assert(hook && hook->m_back==this && hook->m_owner==p);
+ delete hook;
+ ::del_panel(p);
+ ::update_panels();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesPanel::redraw() {
+ PANEL *pan;
+
+ pan = ::panel_above(NULL);
+ while (pan) {
+ ::touchwin(panel_window(pan));
+ pan = ::panel_above(pan);
+ }
+ ::update_panels();
+ ::doupdate();
+}
+
+int
+NCursesPanel::refresh() {
+ ::update_panels();
+ return doupdate();
+}
+
+int
+NCursesPanel::noutrefresh() {
+ ::update_panels();
+ return OK;
+}
+
+void
+NCursesPanel::boldframe(const char *title, const char* btitle) {
+ standout();
+ frame(title, btitle);
+ standend();
+}
+
+void
+NCursesPanel::frame(const char *title,const char *btitle) {
+ int err = OK;
+ if (!title && !btitle) {
+ err = box();
+ }
+ else {
+ err = box();
+ if (err==OK)
+ label(title,btitle);
+ }
+ OnError(err);
+}
+
+void
+NCursesPanel::label(const char *tLabel, const char *bLabel) {
+ if (tLabel)
+ centertext(0,tLabel);
+ if (bLabel)
+ centertext(maxy(),bLabel);
+}
+
+void
+NCursesPanel::centertext(int row,const char *label) {
+ if (label) {
+ int x = (maxx() - strlen(label)) / 2;
+ if (x<0)
+ x=0;
+ OnError(addstr(row, x, label, width()));
+ }
+}
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.h b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..51cb4cdbf847
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesp.h
@@ -0,0 +1,186 @@
+// * This makes emacs happy -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+#ifndef _CURSESP_H
+#define _CURSESP_H
+
+// $Id: cursesp.h,v 1.11 1999/07/31 09:46:05 juergen Exp $
+
+#include <cursesw.h>
+
+extern "C" {
+# include <panel.h>
+}
+
+class NCursesPanel : public NCursesWindow {
+protected:
+ PANEL *p;
+ static NCursesPanel *dummy;
+
+private:
+ // This structure is used for the panel's user data field to link the
+ // PANEL* to the C++ object and to provide extra space for a user pointer.
+ typedef struct {
+ void* m_user; // the pointer for the user's data
+ const NCursesPanel* m_back; // backward pointer to C++ object
+ const PANEL* m_owner; // the panel itself
+ } UserHook;
+
+ void init(); // Initialize the panel object
+
+protected:
+ void set_user(void *user) {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::panel_userptr (p);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==p);
+ uptr->m_user = user;
+ }
+ // Set the user pointer of the panel.
+
+ void *get_user() {
+ UserHook* uptr = (UserHook*)::panel_userptr (p);
+ assert (uptr && uptr->m_back==this && uptr->m_owner==p);
+ return uptr->m_user;
+ }
+
+ void OnError (int err) const THROWS((NCursesPanelException)) {
+ if (err==ERR)
+ THROW(new NCursesPanelException (this, err));
+ }
+ // If err is equal to the curses error indicator ERR, an error handler
+ // is called.
+
+public:
+ NCursesPanel(int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0)
+ : NCursesWindow(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x) {
+ init();
+ }
+ // Create a panel with this size starting at the requested position.
+
+ NCursesPanel() : NCursesWindow(::stdscr) { init(); }
+ // This constructor creates the default Panel associated with the
+ // ::stdscr window
+
+ virtual ~NCursesPanel();
+
+ // basic manipulation
+ inline void hide() {
+ OnError (::hide_panel(p));
+ }
+ // Hide the panel. It stays in the stack but becomes invisible.
+
+ inline void show() {
+ OnError (::show_panel(p));
+ }
+ // Show the panel, i.e. make it visible.
+
+ inline void top() {
+ OnError (::top_panel(p));
+ }
+ // Make this panel the top panel in the stack.
+
+ inline void bottom() {
+ OnError (::bottom_panel(p));
+ }
+ // Make this panel the bottom panel in the stack.
+ // N.B.: The panel associated with ::stdscr is always on the bottom. So
+ // actually bottom() makes the panel the first above ::stdscr.
+
+ virtual int mvwin(int y, int x) {
+ OnError(::move_panel(p, y, x));
+ return OK;
+ }
+
+ inline bool hidden() const {
+ return (::panel_hidden (p) ? TRUE : FALSE);
+ }
+ // Return TRUE if the panel is hidden, FALSE otherwise.
+
+/* The functions panel_above() and panel_below() are not reflected in
+ the NCursesPanel class. The reason for this is, that we cannot
+ assume that a panel retrieved by those operations is one wrapped
+ by a C++ class. Although this situation might be handled, we also
+ need a reverse mapping from PANEL to NCursesPanel which needs some
+ redesign of the low level stuff. At the moment, we define them in the
+ interface but they will always produce an error. */
+ inline NCursesPanel& above() const {
+ OnError(ERR);
+ return *dummy;
+ }
+
+ inline NCursesPanel& below() const {
+ OnError(ERR);
+ return *dummy;
+ }
+
+ // Those two are rewrites of the corresponding virtual members of
+ // NCursesWindow
+ virtual int refresh();
+ // Propagate all panel changes to the virtual screen and update the
+ // physical screen.
+
+ virtual int noutrefresh();
+ // Propagate all panel changes to the virtual screen.
+
+ static void redraw();
+ // Redraw all panels.
+
+ // decorations
+ virtual void frame(const char* title=NULL,
+ const char* btitle=NULL);
+ // Put a frame around the panel and put the title centered in the top line
+ // and btitle in the bottom line.
+
+ virtual void boldframe(const char* title=NULL,
+ const char* btitle=NULL);
+ // Same as frame(), but use highlighted attributes.
+
+ virtual void label(const char* topLabel,
+ const char* bottomLabel);
+ // Put the title centered in the top line and btitle in the bottom line.
+
+ virtual void centertext(int row,const char* label);
+ // Put the label text centered in the specified row.
+};
+
+/* We use templates to provide a typesafe mechanism to associate
+ * user data with a panel. A NCursesUserPanel<T> is a panel
+ * associated with some user data of type T.
+ */
+template<class T> class NCursesUserPanel : public NCursesPanel
+{
+public:
+ NCursesUserPanel (int lines,
+ int cols,
+ int begin_y = 0,
+ int begin_x = 0,
+ const T* p_UserData = (T*)0)
+ : NCursesPanel (lines, cols, begin_y, begin_x) {
+ if (p)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+ // This creates an user panel of the requested size with associated
+ // user data pointed to by p_UserData.
+
+ NCursesUserPanel(const T* p_UserData = (T*)0) : NCursesPanel() {
+ if (p)
+ set_user((void *)p_UserData);
+ };
+ // This creates an user panel associated with the ::stdscr and user data
+ // pointed to by p_UserData.
+
+ virtual ~NCursesUserPanel() {};
+
+ T* UserData (void) const {
+ return (T*)get_user ();
+ };
+ // Retrieve the user data associated with the panel.
+
+ virtual void setUserData (const T* p_UserData) {
+ if (p)
+ set_user ((void *)p_UserData);
+ }
+ // Associate the user panel with the user data pointed to by p_UserData.
+};
+
+#endif // _CURSESP_H
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursespad.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursespad.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..78af365e1451
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursespad.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,270 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+/****************************************************************************
+ * Copyright (c) 1999 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: Juergen Pfeifer <juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net> 1999 *
+ ****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "etip.h"
+#include "cursesw.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursespad.cc,v 1.1 1999/07/31 09:47:21 juergen Exp $")
+
+NCursesPad::NCursesPad(int lines, int cols)
+ : NCursesWindow(),
+ viewWin((NCursesWindow*)0),
+ viewSub((NCursesWindow*)0),
+ h_gridsize(0), v_gridsize(0),
+ min_row(0), min_col(0)
+{
+ w = ::newpad(lines,cols);
+ if ((WINDOW*)0==w) {
+ count--;
+ err_handler("Cannot construct window");
+ }
+ alloced = TRUE;
+}
+
+
+int NCursesPad::driver (int key) {
+ // Default implementation
+ switch(key) {
+ case KEY_UP:
+ // =======
+ return REQ_PAD_UP;
+ case KEY_DOWN:
+ // =========
+ return REQ_PAD_DOWN;
+ case KEY_LEFT:
+ // =========
+ return REQ_PAD_LEFT;
+ case KEY_RIGHT:
+ // ==========
+ return REQ_PAD_RIGHT;
+ case KEY_EXIT:
+ // =========
+ case CTRL('X'):
+ // ==========
+ return REQ_PAD_EXIT;
+
+ default: return(key);
+ }
+}
+
+
+void NCursesPad::operator()(void) {
+ NCursesWindow* W = Win();
+
+ if ((NCursesWindow*)0 != W) {
+ int Width = W->width();
+ int Height = W->height();
+
+ int req = REQ_PAD_REFRESH;
+
+ W->keypad(TRUE);
+ W->meta(TRUE);
+ refresh();
+
+ do {
+ bool changed = FALSE;
+
+ switch (req) {
+ case REQ_PAD_REFRESH:
+ // ================
+ changed = TRUE;
+ break;
+ case REQ_PAD_LEFT:
+ // =============
+ if (min_col > 0) {
+ changed = TRUE;
+ if (min_col < h_gridsize)
+ min_col = 0;
+ else
+ min_col -= h_gridsize;
+ }
+ else
+ OnNavigationError(req);
+ break;
+ case REQ_PAD_RIGHT:
+ // ==============
+ if (min_col < (width() - Width - 1)) {
+ changed = TRUE;
+ if (min_col > (width() - Width - h_gridsize - 1))
+ min_col = width() - Width - 1;
+ else
+ min_col += h_gridsize;
+ }
+ else
+ OnNavigationError(req);
+ break;
+ case REQ_PAD_UP:
+ // ===========
+ if (min_row > 0) {
+ changed = TRUE;
+ if (min_row < v_gridsize)
+ min_row = 0;
+ else
+ min_row -= v_gridsize;
+ }
+ else
+ OnNavigationError(req);
+ break;
+ case REQ_PAD_DOWN:
+ // =============
+ if (min_row < (height() - Height - 1)) {
+ changed = TRUE;
+ if (min_row > (height() - Height - v_gridsize - 1))
+ min_row = height() - Height - 1;
+ else
+ min_row += v_gridsize;
+ }
+ else
+ OnNavigationError(req);
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ OnUnknownOperation(req);
+ }
+
+ if (changed) {
+ noutrefresh();
+ W->syncup();
+ OnOperation(req);
+ viewWin->refresh();
+ }
+ } while( (req=driver(W->getch())) != REQ_PAD_EXIT );
+ }
+}
+
+
+int NCursesPad::refresh() {
+ int res = noutrefresh();
+ if (res==OK && ((NCursesWindow*)0 != viewWin)) {
+ res = (viewWin->refresh());
+ }
+ return(res);
+}
+
+int NCursesPad::noutrefresh() {
+ int res = OK;
+ NCursesWindow* W = Win();
+ if ((NCursesWindow*)0 != W) {
+ res = copywin(*W,min_row,min_col,
+ 0,0,W->maxy(),W->maxx(),
+ FALSE);
+ if (res==OK) {
+ W->syncup();
+ res = viewWin->noutrefresh();
+ }
+ }
+ return (res);
+}
+
+void NCursesPad::setWindow(NCursesWindow& view,
+ int v_grid = 1,
+ int h_grid = 1)
+{
+ viewWin = &view;
+ min_row = min_col = 0;
+ if (h_grid <=0 || v_grid <= 0)
+ err_handler("Illegal Gridsize");
+ else {
+ h_gridsize = h_grid;
+ v_gridsize = v_grid;
+ }
+}
+
+void NCursesPad::setSubWindow(NCursesWindow& sub)
+{
+ if ((NCursesWindow*)0 == viewWin)
+ err_handler("Pad has no viewport");
+ if (!viewWin->isDescendant(sub))
+ THROW(new NCursesException("NCursesFramePad", E_SYSTEM_ERROR));
+ viewSub = &sub;
+}
+
+void NCursesFramedPad::OnOperation(int pad_req) {
+ NCursesWindow* W = Win();
+ NCursesWindow* Win = getWindow();
+
+ if (((NCursesWindow*)0 != W) && ((NCursesWindow*)0 != Win)) {
+ int Width = W->width();
+ int Height = W->height();
+ int i, row, col, h_len, v_len;
+
+ h_len = (Width*Width + width() - 1)/width();
+ if (h_len==0)
+ h_len = 1;
+ if (h_len > Width)
+ h_len = Width;
+
+ v_len = (Height*Height + height() - 1)/height();
+ if (v_len==0)
+ v_len = 1;
+ if (v_len > Height)
+ v_len = Height;
+
+ col = (min_col * Width + width() - 1) / width();
+ if (col + h_len > Width)
+ col = Width - h_len;
+
+ row = (min_row * Height + height() - 1) / height();
+ if (row + v_len > Height)
+ row = Height - v_len;
+
+ Win->vline(1,Width+1,Height);
+ Win->attron(A_REVERSE);
+ if (v_len>=2) {
+ Win->addch(row+1,Width+1,ACS_UARROW);
+ for(i=2;i<v_len;i++)
+ Win->addch(row+i,Width+1,' ');
+ Win->addch(row+v_len,Width+1,ACS_DARROW);
+ }
+ else {
+ for(i=1;i<=v_len;i++)
+ Win->addch(row+i,Width+1,' ');
+ }
+ Win->attroff(A_REVERSE);
+
+ Win->hline(Height+1,1,Width);
+ Win->attron(A_REVERSE);
+ if (h_len >= 2) {
+ Win->addch(Height+1,col+1,ACS_LARROW);
+ for(i=2;i<h_len;i++)
+ Win->addch(Height+1,col+i,' ');
+ Win->addch(Height+1,col+h_len,ACS_RARROW);
+ }
+ else {
+ for(i=1;i<=h_len;i++)
+ Win->addch(Height+1,col+i,' ');
+ }
+ Win->attroff(A_REVERSE);
+ }
+}
diff --git a/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesw.cc b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesw.cc
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..4973e3a715a5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/ncurses/c++/cursesw.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,431 @@
+// * this is for making emacs happy: -*-Mode: C++;-*-
+
+/*
+ Copyright (C) 1989 Free Software Foundation
+ written by Eric Newton (newton@rocky.oswego.edu)
+
+ This file is part of the GNU C++ Library. This library is free
+ software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
+ the GNU Library General Public License as published by the Free
+ Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
+ option) any later version. This library is distributed in the hope
+ that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
+ implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
+ PURPOSE. See the GNU Library General Public License for more details.
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
+ License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
+ Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
+
+ modified by Ulrich Drepper (drepper@karlsruhe.gmd.de)
+ and Anatoly Ivasyuk (anatoly@nick.csh.rit.edu)
+
+ modified by Juergen Pfeifer (juergen.pfeifer@gmx.net)
+*/
+
+#include "cursesw.h"
+#include "internal.h"
+
+MODULE_ID("$Id: cursesw.cc,v 1.13 1999/07/31 09:46:30 juergen Exp $")
+
+#define COLORS_NEED_INITIALIZATION -1
+#define COLORS_NOT_INITIALIZED 0
+#define COLORS_MONOCHROME 1
+#define COLORS_ARE_REALLY_THERE 2
+
+// declare static variables for the class
+long NCursesWindow::count = 0L;
+bool NCursesWindow::b_initialized = FALSE;
+
+#if defined(__GNUG__)
+# ifndef _IO_va_list
+# define _IO_va_list char *
+# endif
+#endif
+
+int
+NCursesWindow::scanw(const char* fmt, ...)
+{
+#if defined(__GNUG__)
+ va_list args;
+ va_start(args, fmt);
+ char buf[BUFSIZ];
+ int result = wgetstr(w, buf);
+ if (result == OK) {
+ strstreambuf ss(buf, BUFSIZ);
+ result = ss.vscan(fmt, (_IO_va_list)args);
+ }