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index b7bb99872774..4f99d34efe73 100644
--- a/include/Caps.hpux11
+++ b/include/Caps.hpux11
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
##############################################################################
-# Copyright (c) 2002-2010,2011 Free Software Foundation, Inc. #
+# Copyright (c) 2002-2016,2019 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"), #
@@ -28,13 +28,13 @@
#
# Author: Thomas Dickey
#
-# $Id: Caps.hpux11,v 1.6 2011/10/15 23:20:04 tom Exp $
+# $Id: Caps.hpux11,v 1.14 2019/07/27 00:36:44 tom Exp $
#
# This is an adaptation of ncurses' termcap/terminfo capability table, which
# is designed to align with HPUX 11.x's terminfo.
#
# This table is used to generate initializers for tables that drive tic,
-# infocmp, and the library compilation code used to support the termcap
+# infocmp, and the library compilation code used to support the termcap
# compatibility hack. It is also used to generate the tabular portion of the
# terminfo(5) man page; lines beginning with `#%' are passed through to become
# the terminfo table.
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@
# 3. List it in the standard table. You almost certainly do *not* want
# to do this -- the capabilities in that one, and their order, have been
# carefully chosen to be SVr4-binary-compatible when they're written out
-# as a terminfo object, and breaking this would be bad. It's up the ncurses
+# as a terminfo object, and breaking this would be bad. It's up to the ncurses
# library what to do with the terminfo data after it's read in.
#
# 4. List it in the aliases table with an IGNORE target field. If you
@@ -119,14 +119,14 @@
# You'll need to write custom code, probably in postprocess_termcap() or
# postprocess_terminfo(), to handle the translation.
#
-# CONTROLLING ENTRY LENGTH
+# CONTROLLING ENTRY LENGTH
#
# Notes on specific elisions made to fit translations within 1023 bytes:
#
# Machines with IBM PC-like keyboards want to be able to define the following
# keys: key_npage, key_ppage, key_home, key_ll (which is used for in termcap-
# only environments for End or Home-Down), key_dc, and key_ic. This is also
-# the set of keys the `joe' editor will be upset if it can't see. So don't
+# the set of keys the `joe' editor will be upset if it can't see. So don't
# trim those out of the set to be translated to termcap, or various users of
# the termcap file will become irate.
#
@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@
#
# It would be nice to keep f11 and f12 for Emacs use, but a couple of termcap
# translations go back over critical if we do this. As 4.4BSD curses fades
-# into history and GNU termcap's application base shrinks towards being GNU
+# into history and GNU termcap's application base shrinks towards being GNU
# Emacs only, we'll probably elide out some BSD-only capabilities in order
# to buy space for non-essentials Emacs is still using. Capabilities high
# on that hit list: rc, sc, uc.
@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@
#%The \fBcapname\fR is the short name used in the text of the database,
#%and is used by a person updating the database.
#%Whenever possible, capnames are chosen to be the same as or similar to
-#%the ANSI X3.64-1979 standard (now superseded by ECMA-48, which uses
+#%the ANSI X3.64-1979 standard (now superseded by ECMA-48, which uses
#%identical or very similar names). Semantics are also intended to match
#%those of the specification.
#%
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ move_standout_mode msgr bool ms - - YBCGE safe to move while in standout mode
over_strike os bool os - - YBCG- terminal can overstrike
status_line_esc_ok eslok bool es - - YB-G- escape can be used on the status line
dest_tabs_magic_smso xt bool xt - - YBCGE tabs destructive, magic so char (t1061)
-tilde_glitch hz bool hz - - YB-GE cannot print ~'s (hazeltine)
+tilde_glitch hz bool hz - - YB-GE cannot print ~'s (Hazeltine)
transparent_underline ul bool ul - - YBCGE underline character overstrikes
xon_xoff xon bool xo - - YB--- terminal uses xon/xoff handshaking
# end booleans for HPUX 9, 10 (non-color curses)
@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@ num_labels nlab num Nl - - ----- number of labels on screen
label_height lh num lh - - ----- rows in each label
label_width lw num lw - - ----- columns in each label
max_attributes ma num ma - - YBC-- maximum combined attributes terminal can handle
-maximum_windows wnum num MW - - ----- maximum number of defineable windows
+maximum_windows wnum num MW - - ----- maximum number of definable windows
# These came in with SVr4's color support
max_colors colors num Co - - ----- maximum number of colors on screen
max_pairs pairs num pa - - ----- maximum number of color-pairs on the screen
@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@ dot_vert_spacing spinv num Yb - - ----- spacing of pins vertically in pins per
dot_horz_spacing spinh num Yc - - ----- spacing of dots horizontally in dots per inch
max_micro_address maddr num Yd - - ----- maximum value in micro_..._address
max_micro_jump mjump num Ye - - ----- maximum value in parm_..._micro
-micro_col_size mcs num Yf - - ----- character step size when in micro mode
+micro_char_size mcs num Yf - - ----- character step size when in micro mode
micro_line_size mls num Yg - - ----- line step size when in micro mode
number_of_pins npins num Yh - - ----- numbers of pins in print-head
output_res_char orc num Yi - - ----- horizontal resolution in units per line
@@ -727,7 +727,7 @@ bit_image_repeat birep str Xy - - ----- Repeat bit image cell #1 #2 times
bit_image_newline binel str Zz - - ----- Move to next row of the bit image
bit_image_carriage_return bicr str Yv - - ----- Move to beginning of same row
color_names colornm str Yw - - ----- Give name for color #1
-define_bit_image_region defbi str Yx - - ----- Define rectangualar bit image region
+define_bit_image_region defbi str Yx - - ----- Define rectangular bit image region
end_bit_image_region endbi str Yy - - ----- End a bit-image region
set_color_band setcolor str Yz - - ----- Change to ribbon color #1
set_page_length slines str YZ - - ----- Set page length to #1 lines
@@ -755,6 +755,8 @@ alt_scancode_esc scesa str S8 - - ----- Alternate escape for scancode emulatio
#%they may not be binary-compatible with System V terminfo
#%entries after SVr4.1; beware!
#%
+#%AIX and Solaris do not provide termcap names for these; HPUX does.
+#%
#%.na
#%.TS H
#%center expand;
@@ -764,19 +766,19 @@ alt_scancode_esc scesa str S8 - - ----- Alternate escape for scancode emulatio
#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
#%\fBString name Code\fR
set_pglen_inch slength str YI - - ----- Set page length to #1 hundredth of an inch (some implementations use sL for termcap).
-enter_horizontal_hl_mode ehhlm str Xh - - ----- Enter horizontal highlight mode
-enter_left_hl_mode elhlm str Xl - - ----- Enter left highlight mode
-enter_low_hl_mode elohlm str Xo - - ----- Enter low highlight mode
-enter_right_hl_mode erhlm str Xr - - ----- Enter right highlight mode
-enter_top_hl_mode ethlm str Xt - - ----- Enter top highlight mode
-enter_vertical_hl_mode evhlm str Xv - - ----- Enter vertical highlight mode
-set_a_attributes sgr1 str sA - - ----- Define second set of video attributes #1-#6
-exit_horizontal_hl_mode rhhlm str XH - - ----K Exit horizontal highlight mode
-exit_left_hl_mode rlhlm str XL - - ----K Exit left highlight mode
-exit_low_hl_mode rlohlm str XO - - ----K Exit low highlight mode
-exit_right_hl_mode rrhlm str XR - - ----K Exit right highlight mode
-exit_top_hl_mode rthlm str XT - - ----K Exit top highlight mode
-exit_vertical_hl_mode rvhlm str XV - - ----K Exit vertical highlight mode
+enter_horizontal_hl_mode ehhlm str Q1 - - ----- Enter horizontal highlight mode
+enter_left_hl_mode elhlm str Q2 - - ----- Enter left highlight mode
+enter_low_hl_mode elohlm str Q3 - - ----- Enter low highlight mode
+enter_right_hl_mode erhlm str Q4 - - ----- Enter right highlight mode
+enter_top_hl_mode ethlm str Q5 - - ----- Enter top highlight mode
+enter_vertical_hl_mode evhlm str Q6 - - ----- Enter vertical highlight mode
+set_a_attributes sgr1 str Q7 - - ----- Define second set of video attributes #1-#6
+exit_horizontal_hl_mode rmhhlm str Q8 - - ----K Exit horizontal highlight mode
+exit_left_hl_mode rmlhlm str Q9 - - ----K Exit left highlight mode
+exit_low_hl_mode rmlohlm str Qa - - ----K Exit low highlight mode
+exit_right_hl_mode rmrhlm str Qb - - ----K Exit right highlight mode
+exit_top_hl_mode rmthlm str Qc - - ----K Exit top highlight mode
+exit_vertical_hl_mode rmvhlm str Qd - - ----K Exit vertical highlight mode
#%.TE
#%.ad
#
@@ -840,7 +842,7 @@ gnu_has_meta_key OTMT bool MT - - ----E has meta key
# GNU termcap *does* include the following extended capability, Only the
# now-obsolete Ann Arbor terminals used it.
#
-# gnu_change_scroll_region OTcS str cS - - ---GE alternate set scrolling region
+# gnu_change_scroll_region OTcS str cS - - ---GE alternate set scrolling region
#
# The following comments describe capnames so ancient that I believe no
# software uses them any longer. Some of these have to go because they
@@ -857,9 +859,9 @@ gnu_has_meta_key OTMT bool MT - - ----E has meta key
# comma-separated list of capabilities for which there are corresponding keys.
# The `kn' code is accepted but ignored.
#
-# The `ma' capability seems to have been designed to map between the rogue(2)
-# motion keys (including jkhl) and characters emitted by arrow keys on some
-# primitive pre-ANSI terminals. It's so obsolete it's fossilized...
+# The `ma' capability was a 4.0BSD feature used by vi version 2.
+# It consists of pairs of characters corresponding to kl, kr, ku, kd, and kh.
+# Besides being obsolete, that interpretation conflicts with max_attributes.
#
# Here is a description of memory_lock_above and memory_unlock:
# "You can 'freeze' data on the screen by turning on Memory Lock in a line of
@@ -885,7 +887,7 @@ horizontal_tab_delay OTdT num dT - - YB-G- padding required for ^I
# vertical_tab_delay OTdV num dV - - -B--- padding required for ^V
number_of_function_keys OTkn num kn - - -B-G- count of function keys
other_non_function_keys OTko str ko - - -B-G- list of self-mapped keycaps
-arrow_key_map OTma str ma - - YBC-- map arrow keys rogue(1) motion keys
+arrow_key_map OTma str ma - - YBC-- map motion-keys for vi version 2
# memory_lock_above OTml str ml - - -B--- lock visible screen memory above the current line
# memory_unlock OTmu str mu - - -B--- unlock visible screen memory above the current line
has_hardware_tabs OTpt bool pt - - YB--- has 8-char tabs invoked with ^I
@@ -901,7 +903,7 @@ return_does_clr_eol OTxr bool xr - - YB--- return clears the line
# University of Waterloo termcap extensions (as described in mytinfo).
# The `xl' termcap file clashes with a terminfo name; this ambiguity cannot
# be resolved by a type check. The descriptions are guesses from what was
-# in the mytinfo tables.
+# in the mytinfo tables.
#
# key_interrupt_char OTki str ki - - ----- string set by interrupt key (?)
# key_kill_char OTkk str kk - - ----- string set by kill key (?)
@@ -950,7 +952,7 @@ return_does_clr_eol OTxr bool xr - - YB--- return clears the line
# Gv 186 \272 M-: double vertical line
#
# The compiler will translate the single-line caps and discard the others
-# (via IGNORE aliases further down). We don't want to do normal pad
+# (via IGNORE aliases further down). We don't want to do normal pad
# translation on these, they're often single-character printable ASCII
# strings that happen to be numerics. There's awk code in parametrized.sh
# that detects the acs_ prefix and uses it to suppress pad translation.
@@ -972,303 +974,8 @@ acs_plus OTGC str GC - - ----- single intersection
#
# TERMINFO EXTENSION CAPABILITIES
#
-# This section is almost all comments. What it's mainly for is to describe
-# what capabilities need to be squeezed out to get down to the XSI Curses
-# standard set. They are flagged with K.
-#
-# HP extensions
-#
-# These extensions follow ptr_non (replacing everything after it) in HP
-# terminfo files. Except for memory_lock and memory_unlock, they are
-# functionally identical to SVr4 extensions, but they make the binary format
-# different. Grrr....
-#
-#memory_lock meml str ml - - ----K memory lock above
-#memory_unlock memu str mu - - ----K memory unlock
-#plab_norm pln str pn - - ----- program label #1 to show string #2
-#label_on smln str LO - - ----- turn on soft labels
-#label_off rmln str LF - - ----- turn off soft labels
-#key_f11 kf11 str F1 - - ----- F11 function key
-#key_f12 kf12 str F2 - - ----- F12 function key
-#key_f13 kf13 str F3 - - ----- F13 function key
-#key_f14 kf14 str F4 - - ----- F14 function key
-#key_f15 kf15 str F5 - - ----- F15 function key
-#key_f16 kf16 str F6 - - ----- F16 function key
-#key_f17 kf17 str F7 - - ----- F17 function key
-#key_f18 kf18 str F8 - - ----- F18 function key
-#key_f19 kf19 str F9 - - ----- F19 function key
-#key_f20 kf20 str FA - - ----- F20 function key
-#key_f21 kf21 str FB - - ----- F21 function key
-#key_f22 kf22 str FC - - ----- F22 function key
-#key_f23 kf23 str FD - - ----- F23 function key
-#key_f24 kf24 str FE - - ----- F24 function key
-#key_f25 kf25 str FF - - ----- F25 function key
-#key_f26 kf26 str FG - - ----- F26 function key
-#key_f27 kf27 str FH - - ----- F27 function key
-#key_f28 kf28 str FI - - ----- F28 function key
-#key_f29 kf29 str FJ - - ----- F29 function key
-#key_f30 kf30 str FK - - ----- F30 function key
-#key_f31 kf31 str FL - - ----- F31 function key
-#key_f32 kf32 str FM - - ----- F32 function key
-#key_f33 kf33 str FN - - ----- F33 function key
-#key_f34 kf34 str FO - - ----- F34 function key
-#key_f35 kf35 str FP - - ----- F35 function key
-#key_f36 kf36 str FQ - - ----- F36 function key
-#key_f37 kf37 str FR - - ----- F37 function key
-#key_f38 kf38 str FS - - ----- F38 function key
-#key_f39 kf39 str FT - - ----- F39 function key
-#key_f40 kf40 str FU - - ----- F40 function key
-#key_f41 kf41 str FV - - ----- F41 function key
-#key_f42 kf42 str FW - - ----- F42 function key
-#key_f43 kf43 str FX - - ----- F43 function key
-#key_f44 kf44 str FY - - ----- F44 function key
-#key_f45 kf45 str FZ - - ----- F45 function key
-#key_f46 kf46 str Fa - - ----- F46 function key
-#key_f47 kf47 str Fb - - ----- F47 function key
-#key_f48 kf48 str Fc - - ----- F48 function key
-#key_f49 kf49 str Fd - - ----- F49 function key
-#key_f50 kf50 str Fe - - ----- F50 function key
-#key_f51 kf51 str Ff - - ----- F51 function key
-#key_f52 kf52 str Fg - - ----- F52 function key
-#key_f53 kf53 str Fh - - ----- F53 function key
-#key_f54 kf54 str Fi - - ----- F54 function key
-#key_f55 kf55 str Fj - - ----- F55 function key
-#key_f56 kf56 str Fk - - ----- F56 function key
-#key_f57 kf57 str Fl - - ----- F57 function key
-#key_f58 kf58 str Fm - - ----- F58 function key
-#key_f59 kf59 str Fn - - ----- F59 function key
-#key_f60 kf60 str Fo - - ----- F60 function key
-#key_f61 kf61 str Fp - - ----- F61 function key
-#key_f62 kf62 str Fq - - ----- F62 function key
-#key_f63 kf63 str Fr - - ----- F63 function key
-#
-# IBM extensions
-#
-# These extensions follow ptr_non (replacing everything after it) in IBM
-# terminfo files.
-#
-# The places in the box[12] capabilities correspond to acsc characters, here is
-# the mapping:
-#
-# box1[0] = ACS_ULCORNER
-# box1[1] = ACS_HLINE
-# box1[2] = ACS_URCORNER
-# box1[3] = ACS_VLINE
-# box1[4] = ACS_LRCORNER
-# box1[5] = ACS_LLCORNER
-# box1[6] = ACS_TTEE
-# box1[7] = ACS_RTEE
-# box1[8] = ACS_BTEE
-# box1[9] = ACS_LTEE
-# box1[10] = ACS_PLUS
-#
-# The box2 characters are the double-line versions of these forms graphics.
+# (see Caps-ncurses for the complete set of comments)
#
box_chars_1 box1 str bx - - ----K box characters primary set
-#box_chars_2 box2 str by - - ----K box characters secondary set
-#box_attr_1 batt1 str Bx - - ----K attributes for box1
-#box_attr_2 batt2 str By - - ----K attributes for box2
-#color_bg_0 colb0 str d0 - - ----K background color 0
-#color_bg_1 colb1 str d1 - - ----K background color 1
-#color_bg_2 colb2 str d2 - - ----K background color 2
-#color_bg_3 colb3 str d3 - - ----K background color 3
-#color_bg_4 colb4 str d4 - - ----K background color 4
-#color_bg_5 colb5 str d5 - - ----K background color 5
-#color_bg_6 colb6 str d6 - - ----K background color 6
-#color_bg_7 colb7 str d7 - - ----K background color 7
-#color_fg_0 colf0 str c0 - - ----K foreground color 0
-#color_fg_1 colf1 str c1 - - ----K foreground color 1
-#color_fg_2 colf2 str c2 - - ----K foreground color 2
-#color_fg_3 colf3 str c3 - - ----K foreground color 3
-#color_fg_4 colf4 str c4 - - ----K foreground color 4
-#color_fg_5 colf5 str c5 - - ----K foreground color 5
-#color_fg_6 colf6 str c6 - - ----K foreground color 6
-#color_fg_7 colf7 str c7 - - ----K foreground color 7
-#font_0 font0 str f0 - - ----- select font 0
-#font_1 font1 str f1 - - ----- select font 1
-#font_2 font2 str f2 - - ----- select font 2
-#font_3 font3 str f3 - - ----- select font 3
-#font_4 font4 str f4 - - ----K select font 4
-#font_5 font5 str f5 - - ----K select font 5
-#font_6 font6 str f6 - - ----K select font 6
-#font_7 font7 str f7 - - ----K select font 7
-#key_back_tab kbtab str k0 - - ----- backtab key
-#key_do kdo str ki - - ----K do request key
-#key_command kcmd str kd - - ----K command-request key
-#key_command_pane kcpn str kW - - ----K command-pane key
-#key_end kend str kw - - ----- end key
-#key_help khlp str kq - - ----- help key
-#key_newline knl str nl - - ----K newline key
-#key_next_pane knpn str kv - - ----K next-pane key
-#key_prev_cmd kppn str kp - - ----K previous-command key
-#key_prev_pane kppn str kV - - ----K previous-pane key
-#key_quit kquit str kQ - - ----K quit key
-#key_select ksel str kU - - ----- select key
-#key_scroll_left kscl str kz - - ----K scroll left
-#key_scroll_right kscr str kZ - - ----K scroll right
-#key_tab ktab str ko - - ----K tab key
-#key_smap_in1 kmpf1 str Kv - - ----K special mapped key 1 input
-#key_smap_out1 kmpt1 str KV - - ----K special mapped key 1 output
-#key_smap_in2 kmpf2 str Kw - - ----K special mapped key 2 input
-#key_smap_out2 kmpt2 str KW - - ----K special mapped key 2 output
-#key_smap_in3 kmpf3 str Kx - - ----K special mapped key 3 input
-#key_smap_out3 kmpt3 str KX - - ----K special mapped key 3 output
-#key_smap_in4 kmpf4 str Ky - - ----K special mapped key 4 input
-#key_smap_out4 kmpt4 str KY - - ----K special mapped key 4 output
-#key_smap_in5 kmpf5 str Kz - - ----K special mapped key 5 input
-#key_smap_out5 kmpt5 str KZ - - ----K special mapped key 5 output
-#appl_defined_str apstr str za - - ----K application-defined string
-# The key_smap_in[6789] and key_smap_out[6789] capabilities aren't described in
-# the IBM manual pages, so the cap name strings are guesses. The terminfo
-# names are almost certainly right, the termcap ones almost certainly wrong.
-#key_smap_in6 kmpf6 str k! - - ----K special mapped key 6 input
-#key_smap_out6 kmpt6 str K@ - - ----K special mapped key 6 output
-#key_smap_in7 kmpf7 str k# - - ----K special mapped key 7 input
-#key_smap_out7 kmpt7 str K$ - - ----K special mapped key 7 output
-#key_smap_in8 kmpf8 str k% - - ----K special mapped key 8 input
-#key_smap_out8 kmpt8 str K^ - - ----K special mapped key 8 output
-#key_smap_in9 kmpf9 str k& - - ----K special mapped key 9 input
-#key_smap_out9 kmpt9 str K* - - ----K special mapped key 9 output
-# Undocumented capabilities end here
-#key_sf1 ksf1 str S1 - - ----K special function key 1
-#key_sf2 ksf2 str S2 - - ----K special function key 2
-#key_sf3 ksf3 str S3 - - ----K special function key 3
-#key_sf4 ksf4 str S4 - - ----K special function key 4
-#key_sf5 ksf5 str S5 - - ----K special function key 5
-#key_sf6 ksf6 str S6 - - ----K special function key 6
-#key_sf7 ksf7 str S7 - - ----K special function key 7
-#key_sf8 ksf8 str S8 - - ----K special function key 8
-#key_sf9 ksf9 str S9 - - ----K special function key 9
-#key_sf10 ksf10 str SA - - ----K special function key 10
-# AIX version 3 documents different codes for F11, F12 and does not mention
-# F13-F64. AIX version 4 uses the same naming for F0-F63 as above.
-#key_f11 kf11 str k< - - ----- function key 11
-#key_f12 kf12 str k> - - ----- function key 12
-# Undocumented capabilities end here.
-#key_action kact str kJ - - ----K sent by action key
-# The IBM docs say these capabilities are for table-drawing, and are
-# valid only for aixterm descriptions.
-#enter_topline_mode topl str tp - - ----K start top-line mode
-#enter_bottom_mode btml str bm - - ----K start bottom-line mode
-#enter_rvert_mode rvert str rv - - ----K start right-vertical mode
-#enter_lvert_mode lvert str lv - - ----K start left-vertical mode
-#
-#############################################################################
-#
-# ALIAS DECLARATIONS
-#
-# Here we set up aliases for translating extensions into standard terminfo.
-#
-#---------------------------------- Termcap aliases -------------------------
-#
-# BSD aliases:
-#
-# This is a common error in many termcap files. We'll get notified during
-# translation when this (or any other alias) fires.
-#
-capalias sb sr BSD scroll text down
-#
-# AT&T extensions:
-#
-# The old AT&T 5410, 5420, 5425, pc6300plus, 610, and s4 entries used a set of
-# nonstandard capabilities. Its signature is the KM capability, used to name
-# some sort of keymap file. EE, BO, CI, CV, XS, DS, FL and FE are in this
-# set. Comments in the original, and a little cross-checking with other AT&T
-# documentation, seem to establish the following mappings:
-#
-capalias BO mr AT&T enter_reverse_mode
-capalias CI vi AT&T cursor_invisible
-capalias CV ve AT&T cursor_normal
-capalias DS mh AT&T enter_dim_mode
-#capalias EE me AT&T exit_attribute_mode
-capalias FE LF AT&T label_on
-capalias FL LO AT&T label_off
-capalias XS mk AT&T enter_secure_mode
-#
-# We comment out EE because the conflicting XENIX EE is more common in
-# old entries.
-#
-# XENIX extensions:
-#
-# These are the ones we know how to translate directly:
-#
-capalias EE mh XENIX exit_attribute_mode
-capalias GE ae XENIX exit_alt_charset_mode
-capalias GS as XENIX enter_alt_charset_mode
-capalias CF vi XENIX cursor_invis
-capalias CO ve XENIX cursor_normal
-capalias EN @7 XENIX key_end
-capalias HM kh XENIX key_home
-capalias LD kL XENIX key_dl
-capalias PD kN XENIX key_npage
-capalias PN po XENIX prtr_off
-capalias PS pf XENIX prtr_on
-capalias PU kP XENIX key_ppage
-capalias RT @8 XENIX kent
-capalias UP ku XENIX kcuu1
-capalias G6 IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_ULCORNER
-capalias G7 IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_LLCORNER
-capalias G5 IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_URCORNER
-capalias G8 IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_LRCORNER
-capalias Gr IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_LTEE
-capalias Gr IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_RTEE
-capalias Gu IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_BTEE
-capalias Gd IGNORE XENIX double ACS_TTEE
-capalias Gh IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_HLINE
-capalias Gv IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_VLINE
-capalias Gc IGNORE XENIX double-ACS_PLUS
-capalias GG IGNORE XENIX acs-glitch
-#
-# IBM extensions:
-#
-capalias kq %1 IBM key_help
-#
-# Iris extensions:
-#
-capalias HS mh IRIS enter_dim_mode
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-# Tektronix extensions:
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-capalias KA k; Tek key_f10
-capalias KB F1 Tek key_f11
-capalias KC F2 Tek key_f12
-capalias KD F3 Tek key_f13
-capalias KE F4 Tek key_f14
-capalias KF F5 Tek key_f15
-capalias BC Sb Tek set_background
-capalias FC Sf Tek set_foreground
-#
-# There are also the following:
-#
-# XENIX XENIX variable name name clash with terminfo?
-# ----- ------------------- -------------------------
-# CL key_char_left
-# CR key_char_right
-# CW key_change_window
-# HP ??
-# LF key_linefeed label_off
-# NU key_next_unlocked_cell
-# PL ??
-# PR ??
-# RC key_recalc remove_clock
-# RF key_toggle_ref req_for_input
-# WL key_word_left
-# WR key_word_right
-#
-# If you know what any of the question-marked ones mean, please tell us.
-#
-#--------------------------------- Terminfo aliases ------------------------
-#
-# IBM extensions:
-#
-infoalias font0 s0ds IBM set0_des_seq
-infoalias font1 s1ds IBM set1_des_seq
-infoalias font2 s2ds IBM set2_des_seq
-infoalias font3 s3ds IBM set3_des_seq
-infoalias kbtab kcbt IBM key_backtab
-infoalias ksel kslt IBM key_select
-#
-# Some others are identical to SVr4/XPG4 capabilities, in particular:
-# kcmd, kend, khlp, and kf11...kf63.
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