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+#!/bin/sh
+#
+# MKparametrized.sh -- generate indirection vectors for various sort methods
+#
+# The output of this script is C source for an array specifying whether
+# termcap strings should undergo parameter and padding translation.
+#
+CAPS="${1-Caps}"
+cat <<EOF
+/*
+ * parametrized.h --- is a termcap capability parametrized?
+ *
+ * Note: this file is generated using parametrized.sh, do not edit by hand.
+ * A value of -1 in the table means suppress both pad and % translations.
+ * A value of 0 in the table means do pad but not % translations.
+ * A value of 1 in the table means do both pad and % translations.
+ */
+
+static short const parametrized[] = {
+EOF
+
+# We detect whether % translations should be done by looking for #[0-9] in the
+# description field. We presently suppress padding translation only for the
+# XENIX acs_* capabilities. Maybe someday we'll dedicate a flag field for
+# this, that would be cleaner....
+
+${AWK-awk} <$CAPS '
+$3 != "str" {next;}
+$1 ~ /^acs_/ {print "-1,\t/* ", $2, " */"; count++; next;}
+$0 ~ /#[0-9]/ {print "1,\t/* ", $2, " */"; count++; next;}
+ {print "0,\t/* ", $2, " */"; count++;}
+END {printf("} /* %d entries */;\n\n", count);}
+'
+