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-2006/11/25 Fixes for ncurses tparm() prototype.
-2006/06/24 1.02 Modify to support ncurses extended string capabilities.
-2003/10/18 1.01 Fix some logic in pad.c, improve bce test.
-2003/09/20 Modified to allow running from compiled-in terminfo.
-2001/10/20 Make menu titles agree with descriptions.
-2000/03/04 Fix a few spelling errors
-1999/09/04 Minor fix to build/link on BeOS
-1999/05/16 Minor fix to build/link on CLIX
-1999/05/09 Update to build/link on NeXT
-1999/04/17 Update to work with ncurses 5.0 beta1 (TERMTYPE struct)
-1999/02/07 Build with ncurses 4.2 981219 (renamed function)
-1998/01/09 1.00 First release under GPL
-1997/12/24 0.02 First version that requires ncurses
-1997/10/29 0.01 Second beta release to the ncurses mailing list.
-1997/10/06 0.00 First beta release to the ncurses mailing list.
-Ancient history: TACK -- the terminfo action checker
- The purpose of this program is to verify the correctness of
-terminfos and to calculate the pads needed for each capability.
-This program is not designed to test curses and therefore uses
-as little of curses as possible.
- This program was originally called TED. In 1991 it was
-released to USENET in comp.sources. TED was originally written to
-test both terminfos and termcaps. The original intent was to
-create a terminfo editor. This code fell quite short of its goal.
-Tests were controlled by command line switches and editing was done
-with pen and paper.
- In 1995 Eric S. Raymond got interested in the program and added
-a first cut at making the program menu driven. He also converted
-the code from K&R C to an ANSI/POSIX-conforming C. He re-christened
-the program TAC (Terminfo Action Checker). Eric also wrote a man
-page for TAC.
- In 1997 I decided to dust off the code and make it easier to
-use by the novice. I totally rewrote the menu system and added
-the editing features I originally planned for TED. I also did
-a total rewrite of the code that does the timings. In the process
-of rewriting the code I changed it to be more tightly coupled
-with ncurses. By this time someone had taken the name TAC so
-I re-christened the program TACK.