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+##############################################################################
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2002,2006 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: Zeyd M. Ben-Halim <zmbenhal@netcom.com> 1992,1995
+# and: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com>
+#
+# $Id: Caps,v 1.36 2006/05/27 15:33:04 tom Exp $
+#
+# This is the master termcap/terminfo capability table.
+#
+# This table is used to generate initializers for tables that drive tic,
+# 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.
+#
+# This file has three major sections; a standard-capabilities table, two
+# extension-capability tables, and a section of aliases declarations.
+# The first two have the same format, as follows:
+#
+# FILE FORMAT
+#
+# Column 1: terminfo variable name
+# Column 2: terminfo capability name
+# Column 3: capability type (boolean, numeric, or string)
+# Column 4: termcap capability name
+# Column 5: KEY_xxx name, if any, `-' otherwise
+# Column 6: value for KEY_xxx name, if any, `-' otherwise
+# Column 7: Lead with `Y' if capability should be emitted in termcap
+# translations, `-' otherwise
+# Column 8: capability description
+#
+# The codes following [Y-] in column 7 describe the versions of termcap which
+# use the given capability. This information is not used by the curses library
+# proper; rather, it's there to help the terminfo maintainer avoid emitting
+# termcap entry translations that are more than 1023 bytes long (and tank a
+# lot of old termcap-using programs). The codes read as follows:
+# B = mentioned in the BSD man page for 4.4BSD curses
+# C = used by the 4.4BSD curses library
+# G = mentioned in the documentation for GNU termcap
+# E = used by GNU Emacs
+# K = remove this terminfo capability when translating to standard format
+# The important codes are C and E. A cap with C or E should be preserved in
+# translation if possible. The problem is that preserving all such caps may
+# lead to some termcap translations being too long. The termcap maintainer
+# has a bit of a juggling act to do...potential problem cases are marked with
+# an asterisk (*).
+#
+# The aliases section has the following format:
+#
+# Column 1: either `capalias' or `infoalias'
+# Column 2: name to be aliased
+# Column 3: what name it should translate to. The name IGNORE means it
+# should be discarded with a warning message.
+# Column 4: name of the extension set (used for compiler warning messages)
+# Column 5: capability description (usually an associated terminfo variable)
+#
+# HANDLING TERMCAP AND TERMINFO EXTENSIONS
+#
+# There are basically five different ways to handle termcap and terminfo
+# extensions:
+#
+# 1. Don't list the capname here, or list it but comment it out (the latter
+# is preferable; someone might want to handle it in the future). If you do
+# this, the capability will be treated as unknown and raise a warning from
+# the compiler.
+#
+# 2. Alias it. This is appropriate if the capability has the same meaning
+# as an already-supported one. The compiler will handle aliasing, emitting
+# an appropriate informational message whenever an alias fires.
+#
+# 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
+# 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
+# do this, the capability will be ignored on input (though the user will
+# get a warning message about it).
+#
+# 5. List it in the extensions table. If you do this, the compiler will
+# silently accept the capability, but the curses library proper will never
+# see it (because it won't be written out as part of the terminfo object
+# format). It's up to you what you have the compiler do with it.
+#
+# There are two opposite reasons to choose option 5. One is when you want
+# to eat the capability silently and discard it when doing translations
+# to terminfo with tic -I. Some very old obsolete BSD caps like :kn: are
+# in this class. Nothing will ever use them again.
+#
+# More usually, you want the compiler to try to deduce something from the
+# capability value that it can use to translate it into your output format.
+# You'll need to write custom code, probably in postprocess_termcap() or
+# postprocess_terminfo(), to handle the translation.
+#
+# 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
+# trim those out of the set to be translated to termcap, or various users of
+# the termcap file will become irate.
+#
+# It might look tempting to leave those long init strings out of translations.
+# We can't do it (yet); 4.4BSD tput and tset use them.
+#
+# We retain the sgr capability in translation in spite of the fact that neither
+# 4.4BSD nor GNU Emacs uses it, because (a) some entry naming distinctions are
+# hard to understand without it, and (b) the entries in which it is long tend
+# to be older types that don't use up a lot of string space on function keys.
+# The tic(1) translation code will complain and elide it if it makes a critical
+# difference (there is special code in tic to recognize this situation).
+#
+# Yes, BSD tset(1) uses hpa. We elide hpa/vpa anyway because the motion
+# optimizer in BSD curses didn't use them. This omission seems to be the
+# single most effective one, it shortened the resolved length of all thirteen
+# problem entries in the 9.9.0 version of the terminfo master below critical.
+#
+# 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
+# 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.
+#
+#############################################################################
+#
+# STANDARD CAPABILITIES
+#
+#%The following is a complete table of the capabilities included in a
+#%terminfo description block and available to terminfo-using code. In each
+#%line of the table,
+#%
+#%The \fBvariable\fR is the name by which the programmer (at the terminfo level)
+#%accesses the capability.
+#%
+#%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
+#%identical or very similar names). Semantics are also intended to match
+#%those of the specification.
+#%
+#%The termcap code is the old
+#%.B termcap
+#%capability name (some capabilities are new, and have names which termcap
+#%did not originate).
+#%.P
+#%Capability names have no hard length limit, but an informal limit of 5
+#%characters has been adopted to keep them short and to allow the tabs in
+#%the source file
+#%.B Caps
+#%to line up nicely.
+#%
+#%Finally, the description field attempts to convey the semantics of the
+#%capability. You may find some codes in the description field:
+#%.TP
+#%(P)
+#%indicates that padding may be specified
+#%.TP
+#%#[1-9]
+#%in the description field indicates that the string is passed through tparm with
+#%parms as given (#\fIi\fP).
+#%.TP
+#%(P*)
+#%indicates that padding may vary in proportion to the number of
+#%lines affected
+#%.TP
+#%(#\d\fIi\fP\u)
+#%indicates the \fIi\fP\uth\d parameter.
+#%
+#%.PP
+#% These are the boolean capabilities:
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw20.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBBooleans name Code\fR
+auto_left_margin bw bool bw - - YB-G- cub1 wraps from column 0 to last column
+auto_right_margin am bool am - - YBCGE terminal has automatic margins
+no_esc_ctlc xsb bool xb - - YBCG- beehive (f1=escape, f2=ctrl C)
+ceol_standout_glitch xhp bool xs - - YBCGE standout not erased by overwriting (hp)
+eat_newline_glitch xenl bool xn - - YBCGE newline ignored after 80 cols (concept)
+erase_overstrike eo bool eo - - YBCG- can erase overstrikes with a blank
+generic_type gn bool gn - - YB-G- generic line type
+hard_copy hc bool hc - - YBCG- hardcopy terminal
+has_meta_key km bool km - - YB-GE Has a meta key (i.e., sets 8th-bit)
+has_status_line hs bool hs - - YB-G- has extra status line
+insert_null_glitch in bool in - - YBCGE insert mode distinguishes nulls
+memory_above da bool da - - YBCG- display may be retained above the screen
+memory_below db bool db - - YB-GE display may be retained below the screen
+move_insert_mode mir bool mi - - YBCGE safe to move while in insert mode
+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)
+transparent_underline ul bool ul - - YBCGE underline character overstrikes
+xon_xoff xon bool xo - - YB--- terminal uses xon/xoff handshaking
+needs_xon_xoff nxon bool nx - - ----- padding will not work, xon/xoff required
+prtr_silent mc5i bool 5i - - ----- printer will not echo on screen
+hard_cursor chts bool HC - - ----- cursor is hard to see
+non_rev_rmcup nrrmc bool NR - - ----- smcup does not reverse rmcup
+no_pad_char npc bool NP - - ----- pad character does not exist
+non_dest_scroll_region ndscr bool ND - - ----- scrolling region is non-destructive
+can_change ccc bool cc - - ----- terminal can re-define existing colors
+back_color_erase bce bool ut - - ----- screen erased with background color
+hue_lightness_saturation hls bool hl - - ----- terminal uses only HLS color notation (Tektronix)
+col_addr_glitch xhpa bool YA - - ----- only positive motion for hpa/mhpa caps
+cr_cancels_micro_mode crxm bool YB - - ----- using cr turns off micro mode
+has_print_wheel daisy bool YC - - ----- printer needs operator to change character set
+row_addr_glitch xvpa bool YD - - ----- only positive motion for vpa/mvpa caps
+semi_auto_right_margin sam bool YE - - ----- printing in last column causes cr
+cpi_changes_res cpix bool YF - - ----- changing character pitch changes resolution
+lpi_changes_res lpix bool YG - - ----- changing line pitch changes resolution
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#%
+#%These are the numeric capabilities:
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw20.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBNumeric name Code\fR
+columns cols num co - - YBCGE number of columns in a line
+init_tabs it num it - - YB-G- tabs initially every # spaces
+lines lines num li - - YBCGE number of lines on screen or page
+lines_of_memory lm num lm - - YB-G- lines of memory if > line. 0 means varies
+magic_cookie_glitch xmc num sg - - YBCGE number of blank characters left by smso or rmso
+padding_baud_rate pb num pb - - YB-GE lowest baud rate where padding needed
+virtual_terminal vt num vt - - YB--- virtual terminal number (CB/unix)
+width_status_line wsl num ws - - YB-G- number of columns in status line
+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
+# 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
+no_color_video ncv num NC - - ----- video attributes that cannot be used with colors
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#%
+#%The following numeric capabilities are present in the SVr4.0 term structure,
+#%but are not yet documented in the man page. They came in with SVr4's
+#%printer support.
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw20.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBNumeric name Code\fR
+buffer_capacity bufsz num Ya - - ----- numbers of bytes buffered before printing
+dot_vert_spacing spinv num Yb - - ----- spacing of pins vertically in pins per inch
+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_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
+output_res_line orl num Yj - - ----- vertical resolution in units per line
+output_res_horz_inch orhi num Yk - - ----- horizontal resolution in units per inch
+output_res_vert_inch orvi num Yl - - ----- vertical resolution in units per inch
+print_rate cps num Ym - - ----- print rate in characters per second
+wide_char_size widcs num Yn - - ----- character step size when in double wide mode
+buttons btns num BT - - ----- number of buttons on mouse
+bit_image_entwining bitwin num Yo - - ----- number of passes for each bit-image row
+bit_image_type bitype num Yp - - ----- type of bit-image device
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#%
+#%These are the string capabilities:
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw20.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBString name Code\fR
+back_tab cbt str bt - - YBCGE back tab (P)
+bell bel str bl - - YB-GE audible signal (bell) (P)
+carriage_return cr str cr - - YBCGE carriage return (P*) (P*)
+change_scroll_region csr str cs - - YBCGE change region to line #1 to line #2 (P)
+clear_all_tabs tbc str ct - - YB-G- clear all tab stops (P)
+clear_screen clear str cl - - YBCGE clear screen and home cursor (P*)
+clr_eol el str ce - - YBCGE clear to end of line (P)
+clr_eos ed str cd - - YBCGE clear to end of screen (P*)
+column_address hpa str ch - - -B-GE* horizontal position #1, absolute (P)
+command_character cmdch str CC - - YB-G- terminal settable cmd character in prototype !?
+cursor_address cup str cm - - YBCGE move to row #1 columns #2
+cursor_down cud1 str do - - YBCGE down one line
+cursor_home home str ho - - YBCGE home cursor (if no cup)
+cursor_invisible civis str vi - - YB-G- make cursor invisible
+cursor_left cub1 str le - - YBCGE move left one space
+cursor_mem_address mrcup str CM - - YB-G- memory relative cursor addressing, move to row #1 columns #2
+cursor_normal cnorm str ve - - YBCGE make cursor appear normal (undo civis/cvvis)
+cursor_right cuf1 str nd - - YBCGE non-destructive space (move right one space)
+cursor_to_ll ll str ll - - YBCGE last line, first column (if no cup)
+cursor_up cuu1 str up - - YBCGE up one line
+cursor_visible cvvis str vs - - YBCGE make cursor very visible
+delete_character dch1 str dc - - YBCGE delete character (P*)
+delete_line dl1 str dl - - YBCGE delete line (P*)
+dis_status_line dsl str ds - - YB-G- disable status line
+down_half_line hd str hd - - YB-G- half a line down
+enter_alt_charset_mode smacs str as - - YB-G- start alternate character set (P)
+enter_blink_mode blink str mb - - YB-G- turn on blinking
+enter_bold_mode bold str md - - YB-G- turn on bold (extra bright) mode
+enter_ca_mode smcup str ti - - YBCGE string to start programs using cup
+enter_delete_mode smdc str dm - - YBCGE enter delete mode
+enter_dim_mode dim str mh - - YB-G- turn on half-bright mode
+enter_insert_mode smir str im - - YBCGE enter insert mode
+enter_secure_mode invis str mk - - -B-G-* turn on blank mode (characters invisible)
+enter_protected_mode prot str mp - - -B-G-* turn on protected mode
+enter_reverse_mode rev str mr - - YB-G- turn on reverse video mode
+enter_standout_mode smso str so - - YBCGE begin standout mode
+enter_underline_mode smul str us - - YBCGE begin underline mode
+erase_chars ech str ec - - YB-G- erase #1 characters (P)
+exit_alt_charset_mode rmacs str ae - - YB-G- end alternate character set (P)
+exit_attribute_mode sgr0 str me - - YB-GE turn off all attributes
+exit_ca_mode rmcup str te - - YBCGE strings to end programs using cup
+exit_delete_mode rmdc str ed - - YBCGE end delete mode
+exit_insert_mode rmir str ei - - YBCGE exit insert mode
+exit_standout_mode rmso str se - - YBCGE exit standout mode
+exit_underline_mode rmul str ue - - YBCGE exit underline mode
+flash_screen flash str vb - - YBCGE visible bell (may not move cursor)
+form_feed ff str ff - - YB-G- hardcopy terminal page eject (P*)
+from_status_line fsl str fs - - YB-G- return from status line
+init_1string is1 str i1 - - YB-G- initialization string
+init_2string is2 str is - - YB-G- initialization string
+init_3string is3 str i3 - - YB-G- initialization string
+init_file if str if - - YB-G- name of initialization file
+insert_character ich1 str ic - - YBCGE insert character (P)
+insert_line il1 str al - - YBCGE insert line (P*)
+insert_padding ip str ip - - YBCGE insert padding after inserted character
+key_backspace kbs str kb KEY_BACKSPACE 0407 YB-G- backspace key
+key_catab ktbc str ka KEY_CATAB 0526 -B-G-* clear-all-tabs key
+key_clear kclr str kC KEY_CLEAR 0515 -B-G-* clear-screen or erase key
+key_ctab kctab str kt KEY_CTAB 0525 -B-G-* clear-tab key
+key_dc kdch1 str kD KEY_DC 0512 YB-G- delete-character key
+key_dl kdl1 str kL KEY_DL 0510 -B-G-* delete-line key
+key_down kcud1 str kd KEY_DOWN 0402 YBCGE down-arrow key
+key_eic krmir str kM KEY_EIC 0514 -B-G-* sent by rmir or smir in insert mode
+key_eol kel str kE KEY_EOL 0517 -B-G-* clear-to-end-of-line key
+key_eos ked str kS KEY_EOS 0516 -B-G-* clear-to-end-of-screen key
+key_f0 kf0 str k0 KEY_F(0) 0410 YBCGE F0 function key
+key_f1 kf1 str k1 KEY_F(1) - YBCGE F1 function key
+key_f10 kf10 str k; KEY_F(10) - ----E F10 function key
+key_f2 kf2 str k2 KEY_F(2) - YBCGE F2 function key
+key_f3 kf3 str k3 KEY_F(3) - YBCGE F3 function key
+key_f4 kf4 str k4 KEY_F(4) - YBCGE F4 function key
+key_f5 kf5 str k5 KEY_F(5) - YBCGE F5 function key
+key_f6 kf6 str k6 KEY_F(6) - YBCGE F6 function key
+key_f7 kf7 str k7 KEY_F(7) - YBCGE F7 function key
+key_f8 kf8 str k8 KEY_F(8) - YBCGE F8 function key
+key_f9 kf9 str k9 KEY_F(9) - YBCGE F9 function key
+key_home khome str kh KEY_HOME 0406 YBCGE home key
+key_ic kich1 str kI KEY_IC 0513 YB-GE insert-character key
+key_il kil1 str kA KEY_IL 0511 -B-G-* insert-line key
+key_left kcub1 str kl KEY_LEFT 0404 YBCGE left-arrow key
+key_ll kll str kH KEY_LL 0533 YB-G- lower-left key (home down)
+key_npage knp str kN KEY_NPAGE 0522 YB-GE next-page key
+key_ppage kpp str kP KEY_PPAGE 0523 YB-GE previous-page key
+key_right kcuf1 str kr KEY_RIGHT 0405 YBCGE right-arrow key
+key_sf kind str kF KEY_SF 0520 -B-G-* scroll-forward key
+key_sr kri str kR KEY_SR 0521 -B-G-* scroll-backward key
+key_stab khts str kT KEY_STAB 0524 -B-G-* set-tab key
+key_up kcuu1 str ku KEY_UP 0403 YBCGE up-arrow key
+keypad_local rmkx str ke - - YBCGE leave 'keyboard_transmit' mode
+keypad_xmit smkx str ks - - YBCGE enter 'keyboard_transmit' mode
+lab_f0 lf0 str l0 - - -B-G-* label on function key f0 if not f0
+lab_f1 lf1 str l1 - - -B-G-* label on function key f1 if not f1
+lab_f10 lf10 str la - - ----- label on function key f10 if not f10
+lab_f2 lf2 str l2 - - -B-G-* label on function key f2 if not f2
+lab_f3 lf3 str l3 - - -B-G-* label on function key f3 if not f3
+lab_f4 lf4 str l4 - - -B-G-* label on function key f4 if not f4
+lab_f5 lf5 str l5 - - -B-G-* label on function key f5 if not f5
+lab_f6 lf6 str l6 - - -B-G-* label on function key f6 if not f6
+lab_f7 lf7 str l7 - - -B-G-* label on function key f7 if not f7
+lab_f8 lf8 str l8 - - -B-G-* label on function key f8 if not f8
+lab_f9 lf9 str l9 - - -B-G-* label on function key f9 if not f9
+meta_off rmm str mo - - YB-G-* turn off meta mode
+meta_on smm str mm - - YB-G-* turn on meta mode (8th-bit on)
+newline nel str nw - - YB-G-* newline (behave like cr followed by lf)
+pad_char pad str pc - - YBCGE padding char (instead of null)
+parm_dch dch str DC - - YB-GE delete #1 characters (P*)
+parm_delete_line dl str DL - - YBCGE delete #1 lines (P*)
+parm_down_cursor cud str DO - - YBCGE down #1 lines (P*)
+parm_ich ich str IC - - YB-GE insert #1 characters (P*)
+parm_index indn str SF - - YBCG- scroll forward #1 lines (P)
+parm_insert_line il str AL - - YBCGE insert #1 lines (P*)
+parm_left_cursor cub str LE - - YBCGE move #1 characters to the left (P)
+parm_right_cursor cuf str RI - - YBCGE move #1 characters to the right (P*)
+parm_rindex rin str SR - - YBCG- scroll back #1 lines (P)
+parm_up_cursor cuu str UP - - YBCGE up #1 lines (P*)
+pkey_key pfkey str pk - - -B--- program function key #1 to type string #2
+pkey_local pfloc str pl - - -B--- program function key #1 to execute string #2
+pkey_xmit pfx str px - - -B--- program function key #1 to transmit string #2
+print_screen mc0 str ps - - -B-G-* print contents of screen
+prtr_off mc4 str pf - - -B-G-* turn off printer
+prtr_on mc5 str po - - -B-G-* turn on printer
+repeat_char rep str rp - - YB-GE repeat char #1 #2 times (P*)
+reset_1string rs1 str r1 - - -B--- reset string
+reset_2string rs2 str r2 - - -B--- reset string
+reset_3string rs3 str r3 - - -B--- reset string
+reset_file rf str rf - - -B--- name of reset file
+restore_cursor rc str rc - - YBCG- restore cursor to position of last save_cursor
+row_address vpa str cv - - -B-GE* vertical position #1 absolute (P)
+save_cursor sc str sc - - YBCG- save current cursor position (P)
+scroll_forward ind str sf - - YBCGE scroll text up (P)
+scroll_reverse ri str sr - - YBCGE scroll text down (P)
+set_attributes sgr str sa - - YB-G- define video attributes #1-#9 (PG9)
+set_tab hts str st - - YB-G- set a tab in every row, current columns
+set_window wind str wi - - -B-GE current window is lines #1-#2 cols #3-#4
+tab ht str ta - - YBCGE tab to next 8-space hardware tab stop
+to_status_line tsl str ts - - YB-G- move to status line, column #1
+underline_char uc str uc - - YBCG- underline char and move past it
+up_half_line hu str hu - - YB-G- half a line up
+init_prog iprog str iP - - -B--- path name of program for initialization
+key_a1 ka1 str K1 KEY_A1 0534 YB-GE upper left of keypad
+key_a3 ka3 str K3 KEY_A3 0535 YB-GE upper right of keypad
+key_b2 kb2 str K2 KEY_B2 0536 YB-GE center of keypad
+key_c1 kc1 str K4 KEY_C1 0537 YB-GE lower left of keypad
+key_c3 kc3 str K5 KEY_C3 0540 YB-GE lower right of keypad
+prtr_non mc5p str pO - - -B-G-* turn on printer for #1 bytes
+#
+# SVr1 capabilities stop here. IBM's version of terminfo is the same as
+# SVr4 up to this point, but has a different set afterwards.
+#
+char_padding rmp str rP - - ----- like ip but when in insert mode
+acs_chars acsc str ac - - ----- graphics charset pairs, based on vt100
+plab_norm pln str pn - - ----- program label #1 to show string #2
+key_btab kcbt str kB KEY_BTAB 0541 ----- back-tab key
+enter_xon_mode smxon str SX - - ----- turn on xon/xoff handshaking
+exit_xon_mode rmxon str RX - - ----- turn off xon/xoff handshaking
+enter_am_mode smam str SA - - ----- turn on automatic margins
+exit_am_mode rmam str RA - - ----- turn off automatic margins
+xon_character xonc str XN - - ----- XON character
+xoff_character xoffc str XF - - ----- XOFF character
+ena_acs enacs str eA - - ----- enable alternate char set
+label_on smln str LO - - ----- turn on soft labels
+label_off rmln str LF - - ----- turn off soft labels
+key_beg kbeg str @1 KEY_BEG 0542 ----- begin key
+key_cancel kcan str @2 KEY_CANCEL 0543 ----- cancel key
+key_close kclo str @3 KEY_CLOSE 0544 ----- close key
+key_command kcmd str @4 KEY_COMMAND 0545 ----- command key
+key_copy kcpy str @5 KEY_COPY 0546 ----- copy key
+key_create kcrt str @6 KEY_CREATE 0547 ----- create key
+key_end kend str @7 KEY_END 0550 ----- end key
+key_enter kent str @8 KEY_ENTER 0527 ----- enter/send key
+key_exit kext str @9 KEY_EXIT 0551 ----- exit key
+key_find kfnd str @0 KEY_FIND 0552 ----- find key
+key_help khlp str %1 KEY_HELP 0553 ----- help key
+key_mark kmrk str %2 KEY_MARK 0554 ----- mark key
+key_message kmsg str %3 KEY_MESSAGE 0555 ----- message key
+key_move kmov str %4 KEY_MOVE 0556 ----- move key
+key_next knxt str %5 KEY_NEXT 0557 ----- next key
+key_open kopn str %6 KEY_OPEN 0560 ----- open key
+key_options kopt str %7 KEY_OPTIONS 0561 ----- options key
+key_previous kprv str %8 KEY_PREVIOUS 0562 ----- previous key
+key_print kprt str %9 KEY_PRINT 0532 ----- print key
+key_redo krdo str %0 KEY_REDO 0563 ----- redo key
+key_reference kref str &1 KEY_REFERENCE 0564 ----- reference key
+key_refresh krfr str &2 KEY_REFRESH 0565 ----- refresh key
+key_replace krpl str &3 KEY_REPLACE 0566 ----- replace key
+key_restart krst str &4 KEY_RESTART 0567 ----- restart key
+key_resume kres str &5 KEY_RESUME 0570 ----- resume key
+key_save ksav str &6 KEY_SAVE 0571 ----- save key
+key_suspend kspd str &7 KEY_SUSPEND 0627 ----- suspend key
+key_undo kund str &8 KEY_UNDO 0630 ----- undo key
+key_sbeg kBEG str &9 KEY_SBEG 0572 ----- shifted begin key
+key_scancel kCAN str &0 KEY_SCANCEL 0573 ----- shifted cancel key
+key_scommand kCMD str *1 KEY_SCOMMAND 0574 ----- shifted command key
+key_scopy kCPY str *2 KEY_SCOPY 0575 ----- shifted copy key
+key_screate kCRT str *3 KEY_SCREATE 0576 ----- shifted create key
+key_sdc kDC str *4 KEY_SDC 0577 ----- shifted delete-character key
+key_sdl kDL str *5 KEY_SDL 0600 ----- shifted delete-line key
+key_select kslt str *6 KEY_SELECT 0601 ----- select key
+key_send kEND str *7 KEY_SEND 0602 ----- shifted end key
+key_seol kEOL str *8 KEY_SEOL 0603 ----- shifted clear-to-end-of-line key
+key_sexit kEXT str *9 KEY_SEXIT 0604 ----- shifted exit key
+key_sfind kFND str *0 KEY_SFIND 0605 ----- shifted find key
+key_shelp kHLP str #1 KEY_SHELP 0606 ----- shifted help key
+key_shome kHOM str #2 KEY_SHOME 0607 ----- shifted home key
+key_sic kIC str #3 KEY_SIC 0610 ----- shifted insert-character key
+key_sleft kLFT str #4 KEY_SLEFT 0611 ----- shifted left-arrow key
+key_smessage kMSG str %a KEY_SMESSAGE 0612 ----- shifted message key
+key_smove kMOV str %b KEY_SMOVE 0613 ----- shifted move key
+key_snext kNXT str %c KEY_SNEXT 0614 ----- shifted next key
+key_soptions kOPT str %d KEY_SOPTIONS 0615 ----- shifted options key
+key_sprevious kPRV str %e KEY_SPREVIOUS 0616 ----- shifted previous key
+key_sprint kPRT str %f KEY_SPRINT 0617 ----- shifted print key
+key_sredo kRDO str %g KEY_SREDO 0620 ----- shifted redo key
+key_sreplace kRPL str %h KEY_SREPLACE 0621 ----- shifted replace key
+key_sright kRIT str %i KEY_SRIGHT 0622 ----- shifted right-arrow key
+key_srsume kRES str %j KEY_SRSUME 0623 ----- shifted resume key
+key_ssave kSAV str !1 KEY_SSAVE 0624 ----- shifted save key
+key_ssuspend kSPD str !2 KEY_SSUSPEND 0625 ----- shifted suspend key
+key_sundo kUND str !3 KEY_SUNDO 0626 ----- shifted undo key
+req_for_input rfi str RF - - ----- send next input char (for ptys)
+key_f11 kf11 str F1 KEY_F(11) - ----E F11 function key
+key_f12 kf12 str F2 KEY_F(12) - ----E F12 function key
+key_f13 kf13 str F3 KEY_F(13) - ----E F13 function key
+key_f14 kf14 str F4 KEY_F(14) - ----E F14 function key
+key_f15 kf15 str F5 KEY_F(15) - ----E F15 function key
+key_f16 kf16 str F6 KEY_F(16) - ----E F16 function key
+key_f17 kf17 str F7 KEY_F(17) - ----E F17 function key
+key_f18 kf18 str F8 KEY_F(18) - ----E F18 function key
+key_f19 kf19 str F9 KEY_F(19) - ----E F19 function key
+key_f20 kf20 str FA KEY_F(20) - ----E F20 function key
+key_f21 kf21 str FB KEY_F(21) - ----E F21 function key
+key_f22 kf22 str FC KEY_F(22) - ----E F22 function key
+key_f23 kf23 str FD KEY_F(23) - ----E F23 function key
+key_f24 kf24 str FE KEY_F(24) - ----E F24 function key
+key_f25 kf25 str FF KEY_F(25) - ----E F25 function key
+key_f26 kf26 str FG KEY_F(26) - ----E F26 function key
+key_f27 kf27 str FH KEY_F(27) - ----E F27 function key
+key_f28 kf28 str FI KEY_F(28) - ----E F28 function key
+key_f29 kf29 str FJ KEY_F(29) - ----E F29 function key
+key_f30 kf30 str FK KEY_F(30) - ----E F30 function key
+key_f31 kf31 str FL KEY_F(31) - ----E F31 function key
+key_f32 kf32 str FM KEY_F(32) - ----E F32 function key
+key_f33 kf33 str FN KEY_F(33) - ----E F33 function key
+key_f34 kf34 str FO KEY_F(34) - ----E F34 function key
+key_f35 kf35 str FP KEY_F(35) - ----E F35 function key
+key_f36 kf36 str FQ KEY_F(36) - ----E F36 function key
+key_f37 kf37 str FR KEY_F(37) - ----E F37 function key
+key_f38 kf38 str FS KEY_F(38) - ----E F38 function key
+key_f39 kf39 str FT KEY_F(39) - ----E F39 function key
+key_f40 kf40 str FU KEY_F(40) - ----E F40 function key
+key_f41 kf41 str FV KEY_F(41) - ----E F41 function key
+key_f42 kf42 str FW KEY_F(42) - ----E F42 function key
+key_f43 kf43 str FX KEY_F(43) - ----E F43 function key
+key_f44 kf44 str FY KEY_F(44) - ----E F44 function key
+key_f45 kf45 str FZ KEY_F(45) - ----E F45 function key
+key_f46 kf46 str Fa KEY_F(46) - ----E F46 function key
+key_f47 kf47 str Fb KEY_F(47) - ----E F47 function key
+key_f48 kf48 str Fc KEY_F(48) - ----E F48 function key
+key_f49 kf49 str Fd KEY_F(49) - ----E F49 function key
+key_f50 kf50 str Fe KEY_F(50) - ----E F50 function key
+key_f51 kf51 str Ff KEY_F(51) - ----E F51 function key
+key_f52 kf52 str Fg KEY_F(52) - ----E F52 function key
+key_f53 kf53 str Fh KEY_F(53) - ----E F53 function key
+key_f54 kf54 str Fi KEY_F(54) - ----E F54 function key
+key_f55 kf55 str Fj KEY_F(55) - ----E F55 function key
+key_f56 kf56 str Fk KEY_F(56) - ----E F56 function key
+key_f57 kf57 str Fl KEY_F(57) - ----E F57 function key
+key_f58 kf58 str Fm KEY_F(58) - ----E F58 function key
+key_f59 kf59 str Fn KEY_F(59) - ----E F59 function key
+key_f60 kf60 str Fo KEY_F(60) - ----E F60 function key
+key_f61 kf61 str Fp KEY_F(61) - ----E F61 function key
+key_f62 kf62 str Fq KEY_F(62) - ----E F62 function key
+key_f63 kf63 str Fr KEY_F(63) - ----E F63 function key
+clr_bol el1 str cb - - ----- Clear to beginning of line
+clear_margins mgc str MC - - ----- clear right and left soft margins
+set_left_margin smgl str ML - - ----- set left soft margin at current column. See smgl. (ML is not in BSD termcap).
+set_right_margin smgr str MR - - ----- set right soft margin at current column
+label_format fln str Lf - - ----- label format
+set_clock sclk str SC - - ----- set clock, #1 hrs #2 mins #3 secs
+display_clock dclk str DK - - ----- display clock
+remove_clock rmclk str RC - - ----- remove clock
+create_window cwin str CW - - ----- define a window #1 from #2,#3 to #4,#5
+goto_window wingo str WG - - ----- go to window #1
+hangup hup str HU - - ----- hang-up phone
+dial_phone dial str DI - - ----- dial number #1
+quick_dial qdial str QD - - ----- dial number #1 without checking
+tone tone str TO - - ----- select touch tone dialing
+pulse pulse str PU - - ----- select pulse dialing
+flash_hook hook str fh - - ----- flash switch hook
+fixed_pause pause str PA - - ----- pause for 2-3 seconds
+wait_tone wait str WA - - ----- wait for dial-tone
+user0 u0 str u0 - - ----- User string #0
+user1 u1 str u1 - - ----- User string #1
+user2 u2 str u2 - - ----- User string #2
+user3 u3 str u3 - - ----- User string #3
+user4 u4 str u4 - - ----- User string #4
+user5 u5 str u5 - - ----- User string #5
+user6 u6 str u6 - - ----- User string #6
+user7 u7 str u7 - - ----- User string #7
+user8 u8 str u8 - - ----- User string #8
+user9 u9 str u9 - - ----- User string #9
+#
+# SVr4 added these capabilities to support color
+#
+orig_pair op str op - - ----- Set default pair to its original value
+orig_colors oc str oc - - ----- Set all color pairs to the original ones
+initialize_color initc str Ic - - ----- initialize color #1 to (#2,#3,#4)
+initialize_pair initp str Ip - - ----- Initialize color pair #1 to fg=(#2,#3,#4), bg=(#5,#6,#7)
+set_color_pair scp str sp - - ----- Set current color pair to #1
+set_foreground setf str Sf - - ----- Set foreground color #1
+set_background setb str Sb - - ----- Set background color #1
+#
+# SVr4 added these capabilities to support printers
+#
+change_char_pitch cpi str ZA - - ----- Change number of characters per inch to #1
+change_line_pitch lpi str ZB - - ----- Change number of lines per inch to #1
+change_res_horz chr str ZC - - ----- Change horizontal resolution to #1
+change_res_vert cvr str ZD - - ----- Change vertical resolution to #1
+define_char defc str ZE - - ----- Define a character #1, #2 dots wide, descender #3
+enter_doublewide_mode swidm str ZF - - ----- Enter double-wide mode
+enter_draft_quality sdrfq str ZG - - ----- Enter draft-quality mode
+enter_italics_mode sitm str ZH - - ----- Enter italic mode
+enter_leftward_mode slm str ZI - - ----- Start leftward carriage motion
+enter_micro_mode smicm str ZJ - - ----- Start micro-motion mode
+enter_near_letter_quality snlq str ZK - - ----- Enter NLQ mode
+enter_normal_quality snrmq str ZL - - ----- Enter normal-quality mode
+enter_shadow_mode sshm str ZM - - ----- Enter shadow-print mode
+enter_subscript_mode ssubm str ZN - - ----- Enter subscript mode
+enter_superscript_mode ssupm str ZO - - ----- Enter superscript mode
+enter_upward_mode sum str ZP - - ----- Start upward carriage motion
+exit_doublewide_mode rwidm str ZQ - - ----- End double-wide mode
+exit_italics_mode ritm str ZR - - ----- End italic mode
+exit_leftward_mode rlm str ZS - - ----- End left-motion mode
+exit_micro_mode rmicm str ZT - - ----- End micro-motion mode
+exit_shadow_mode rshm str ZU - - ----- End shadow-print mode
+exit_subscript_mode rsubm str ZV - - ----- End subscript mode
+exit_superscript_mode rsupm str ZW - - ----- End superscript mode
+exit_upward_mode rum str ZX - - ----- End reverse character motion
+micro_column_address mhpa str ZY - - ----- Like column_address in micro mode
+micro_down mcud1 str ZZ - - ----- Like cursor_down in micro mode
+micro_left mcub1 str Za - - ----- Like cursor_left in micro mode
+micro_right mcuf1 str Zb - - ----- Like cursor_right in micro mode
+micro_row_address mvpa str Zc - - ----- Like row_address #1 in micro mode
+micro_up mcuu1 str Zd - - ----- Like cursor_up in micro mode
+order_of_pins porder str Ze - - ----- Match software bits to print-head pins
+parm_down_micro mcud str Zf - - ----- Like parm_down_cursor in micro mode
+parm_left_micro mcub str Zg - - ----- Like parm_left_cursor in micro mode
+parm_right_micro mcuf str Zh - - ----- Like parm_right_cursor in micro mode
+parm_up_micro mcuu str Zi - - ----- Like parm_up_cursor in micro mode
+select_char_set scs str Zj - - ----- Select character set, #1
+set_bottom_margin smgb str Zk - - ----- Set bottom margin at current line
+set_bottom_margin_parm smgbp str Zl - - ----- Set bottom margin at line #1 or (if smgtp is not given) #2 lines from bottom
+set_left_margin_parm smglp str Zm - - ----- Set left (right) margin at column #1
+set_right_margin_parm smgrp str Zn - - ----- Set right margin at column #1
+set_top_margin smgt str Zo - - ----- Set top margin at current line
+set_top_margin_parm smgtp str Zp - - ----- Set top (bottom) margin at row #1
+start_bit_image sbim str Zq - - ----- Start printing bit image graphics
+start_char_set_def scsd str Zr - - ----- Start character set definition #1, with #2 characters in the set
+stop_bit_image rbim str Zs - - ----- Stop printing bit image graphics
+stop_char_set_def rcsd str Zt - - ----- End definition of character set #1
+subscript_characters subcs str Zu - - ----- List of subscriptable characters
+superscript_characters supcs str Zv - - ----- List of superscriptable characters
+these_cause_cr docr str Zw - - ----- Printing any of these characters causes CR
+zero_motion zerom str Zx - - ----- No motion for subsequent character
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#%
+#%The following string capabilities are present in the SVr4.0 term structure,
+#%but were originally not documented in the man page.
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw18.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBString name Code\fR
+char_set_names csnm str Zy - - ----- Produce #1'th item from list of character set names
+key_mouse kmous str Km KEY_MOUSE 0631 ----- Mouse event has occurred
+mouse_info minfo str Mi - - ----- Mouse status information
+req_mouse_pos reqmp str RQ - - ----- Request mouse position
+get_mouse getm str Gm - - ----- Curses should get button events, parameter #1 not documented.
+set_a_foreground setaf str AF - - ----- Set foreground color to #1, using ANSI escape
+set_a_background setab str AB - - ----- Set background color to #1, using ANSI escape
+pkey_plab pfxl str xl - - ----- Program function key #1 to type string #2 and show string #3
+device_type devt str dv - - ----- Indicate language/codeset support
+code_set_init csin str ci - - ----- Init sequence for multiple codesets
+set0_des_seq s0ds str s0 - - ----- Shift to codeset 0 (EUC set 0, ASCII)
+set1_des_seq s1ds str s1 - - ----- Shift to codeset 1
+set2_des_seq s2ds str s2 - - ----- Shift to codeset 2
+set3_des_seq s3ds str s3 - - ----- Shift to codeset 3
+set_lr_margin smglr str ML - - ----- Set both left and right margins to #1, #2. (ML is not in BSD termcap).
+set_tb_margin smgtb str MT - - ----- Sets both top and bottom margins to #1, #2
+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
+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
+#
+# SVr4 added these capabilities for direct PC-clone support
+#
+display_pc_char dispc str S1 - - ----- Display PC character #1
+enter_pc_charset_mode smpch str S2 - - ----- Enter PC character display mode
+exit_pc_charset_mode rmpch str S3 - - ----- Exit PC character display mode
+enter_scancode_mode smsc str S4 - - ----- Enter PC scancode mode
+exit_scancode_mode rmsc str S5 - - ----- Exit PC scancode mode
+pc_term_options pctrm str S6 - - ----- PC terminal options
+scancode_escape scesc str S7 - - ----- Escape for scancode emulation
+alt_scancode_esc scesa str S8 - - ----- Alternate escape for scancode emulation
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#%
+#%.in .8i
+#%The XSI Curses standard added these. They are some post-4.1
+#%versions of System V curses, e.g., Solaris 2.5 and IRIX 6.x.
+#%The \fBncurses\fR termcap names for them are invented; according to the
+#%XSI Curses standard, they have no termcap names. If your compiled terminfo
+#%entries use these, they may not be binary-compatible with System V terminfo
+#%entries after SVr4.1; beware!
+#%
+#%.na
+#%.TS H
+#%center expand;
+#%c l l c
+#%c l l c
+#%lw25 lw6 lw2 lw20.
+#%\fBVariable Cap- TCap Description\fR
+#%\fBString name Code\fR
+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
+set_pglen_inch slength str sL - - ----- YI Set page length to #1 hundredth of an inch
+#%.TE
+#%.ad
+#
+# The magic token below tells the tic compiler-generator code that all the caps
+# past it should be ignored (not written out) when dumping terminfo objects. It
+# also tells the man page table generator not to pass through following lines
+# This means we can have obsolete capabilities and pseudo-capabilities that are
+# recognized for termcap or terminfo compilation, but not output.
+#
+# %%-STOP-HERE-%%
+#
+# Don't move this casually! In fact, don't move it at all unless you're
+# either doing it to add System V or XPG4 extensions, or have decided you
+# don't care about SVr4 binary compatibility.
+#
+#############################################################################
+#
+# TERMCAP EXTENSION CAPABILITIES
+#
+# The capabilities below are either obsolete or extensions on certain systems.
+# They are not used by SVR4 terminfo. Some are used by captoinfo to translate
+# termcap sources; the rest are listed for completeness, and in case somebody
+# cares about them enough to hack in code that will translate them into
+# terminfo capabilities.
+#
+# The first part of the list is from Ross Ridge's `mytinfo' package
+# (comp.sources.unix, volume 26); the variable names and terminfo names (as
+# well as the termcap codes) match his list.
+#
+# This group of codes is not marked obsolete in 4.4BSD, but have no direct
+# terminfo equivalents. The rs capability is specially translated to terminfo
+# r2, and vice versa, if an entry does not already have an r2. Similarly,
+# i2 is translated to r3 if there is no r3 (because SV terminfo maps is to i2).
+# The ug capability is thrown away, but assumed to be whatever sg is if the
+# latter is nonzero and we're dumping in termcap format.
+#
+termcap_init2 OTi2 str i2 - - YB--- secondary initialization string
+termcap_reset OTrs str rs - - YB-G- terminal reset string
+magic_cookie_glitch_ul OTug num ug - - YBCGE number of blanks left by ul
+#
+# Obsolete termcap capabilities. Some are used for termcap translation. The
+# code uses the 'OT' prefix we put on obsolete capabilities to suppress
+# printing them in terminfo source dumps of compiled entries.
+#
+backspaces_with_bs OTbs bool bs - - YBCGE uses ^H to move left
+crt_no_scrolling OTns bool ns - - YBCG- crt cannot scroll
+no_correctly_working_cr OTnc bool nc - - YBCG- no way to go to start of line
+carriage_return_delay OTdC num dC - - YB-G- pad needed for CR
+new_line_delay OTdN num dN - - YB-G- pad needed for LF
+linefeed_if_not_lf OTnl str nl - - YBCGE use to move down
+backspace_if_not_bs OTbc str bc - - YBCGE move left, if not ^H
+#
+# GNU termcap library extensions. The GNU termcap file distributed with
+# Emacs no longer uses these, but MT showed up in pre-9.0 versions of the
+# BSD termcap file. The name clash with terminfo MT is resolved by type
+# info; MT is converted to km.
+#
+gnu_has_meta_key OTMT bool MT - - ----E has meta key
+# gnu_tab_width OTtw num tw - - ----E tab width in spaces
+#
+# 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
+#
+# The following comments describe capnames so ancient that I believe no
+# software uses them any longer. Some of these have to go because they
+# clash with terminfo names in ways that cannot be resolved by type
+# information.
+#
+# These mytinfo codes are not used in the 4.4BSD curses code. They are
+# marked obsolete in the 4.4BSD manual pages.
+#
+# There is one conflict with terminfo; ma is in both. This conflict is
+# resolved by type information.
+#
+# The `ko' capability is translated by special code. It should contain a
+# 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...
+#
+# 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
+# text. All lines above the cursor's current line become locked in place on
+# the screen. Then enter data normally. When the screen fills up, any
+# further data entered forces the first line of unfrozen line text to scroll
+# under the frozen data. Lines scrolled off the screen are inserted into
+# memory immediately preceding the first frozen line." (from the HP 700/96
+# User's manual). VT100/ANSI memory lock set is \E[>2h, reset is \E[>2l.
+#
+# Applications that use terminfo are supposed to behave as though xr is
+# always true.
+#
+linefeed_is_newline OTNL bool NL - - YB--- move down with \n
+# even_parity OTEP bool EP - - -B--- terminal requires even parity
+# odd_parity OTOP bool OP - - -B--- terminal requires odd parity
+# half_duplex OTHD bool HD - - -B--- terminal is half-duplex
+# lower_case_only OTLC bool LC - - -B--- terminal has only lower case
+# upper_case_only OTUC bool UC - - -B--- terminal has only upper case
+backspace_delay OTdB num dB - - YB-G- padding required for ^H
+# form_feed_delay OTdF num dF - - -B-G- padding required for ^L
+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
+# 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
+return_does_clr_eol OTxr bool xr - - YB--- return clears the line
+# tek_4025_insert_line OTxx bool xx - - -BC-- Tektronix 4025 insert-line glitch
+#
+# mytinfo described this as a termcap capability, but it's not listed in the
+# 4.4BSD man pages, and not found in the 4.4BSD termcap file. The ncurses
+# package, like System V, behaves as though it is always true.
+#
+# rind_only_at_top OTxq bool xq - - ----- reverse index only works from top 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.
+#
+# key_interrupt_char OTki str ki - - ----- string set by interrupt key (?)
+# key_kill_char OTkk str kk - - ----- string set by kill key (?)
+# key_suspend_char OTkz str kz - - ----- string set by suspend key (?)
+# initialization_messy OTxc bool xc - - ----- initialization leaves garbage on the screen (?)
+# ind_at_bottom_does_cr OTxl bool xl - - ----- index does a carriage return
+#
+# Nonstandard capabilities unique to Ross Ridge's `mytinfo' package.
+# SR clashes with a terminfo name; this ambiguity cannot be resolved by a type
+# check.
+#
+# scroll_left OTsl1 str Sl - - ----- scroll screen leftward
+# scroll_right OTsr1 str Sr - - ----- scroll screen rightward
+# parm_scroll_left OTsl str SL - - ----- scroll screen leftward #1 characters
+# parm_scroll_right OTsr str SR - - ----- scroll screen rightward #1 characters
+#
+# The mytinfo capabilities end here.
+#
+# XENIX extensions:
+#
+# Xenix defined its own set of forms-drawing capabilities:
+#
+# cap IBM ASCII description ACS ASCII
+# --- ----------- -------------------- ------------- ------
+# G1 191 \277 M-? single upper right ACS_URCORNER
+# G2 218 \332 M-Z single upper left ACS_ULCORNER
+# G3 192 \300 M-@ single lower left ACS_LLCORNER
+# G4 217 \331 M-Y single lower right ACS_LRCORNER
+# G5 187 \273 M-; double upper right
+# G6 201 \311 M-I double upper left
+# G7 200 \310 M-H double lower left
+# G8 188 \274 M-< double lower right
+# GC 197 \305 M-E single intersection ACS_PLUS _ _
+# GD 194 \302 M-B single down-tick ACS_TTEE |
+# GH 196 \304 M-D single horizontal line ACS_HLINE
+# GL 180 \264 M-4 single left tick ACS_RTEE -|
+# GR 195 \303 M-C single right tick ACS_LTEE |-
+# GU 193 \301 M-A single up tick ACS_BTEE _|_
+# GV 179 \263 M-3 single vertical line ACS_VLINE
+# Gc 206 \316 M-N double intersection
+# Gd 203 \313 M-K double down tick
+# Gh 205 \315 M-M double horizontal line
+# Gl 204 \204 M-L double left tick
+# Gr 185 \271 M-9 double right tick
+# Gu 202 \312 M-J double up tick
+# 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
+# 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.
+# These terminfo names are invented.
+#
+acs_ulcorner OTG2 str G2 - - ----- single upper left
+acs_llcorner OTG3 str G3 - - ----- single lower left
+acs_urcorner OTG1 str G1 - - ----- single upper right
+acs_lrcorner OTG4 str G4 - - ----- single lower right
+acs_ltee OTGR str GR - - ----- tee pointing right
+acs_rtee OTGL str GL - - ----- tee pointing left
+acs_btee OTGU str GU - - ----- tee pointing up
+acs_ttee OTGD str GD - - ----- tee pointing down
+acs_hline OTGH str GH - - ----- single horizontal line
+acs_vline OTGV str GV - - ----- single vertical line
+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 lock memory above cursor
+memory_unlock memu str mu - - ----K unlock memory
+#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.
+#
+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
+#
+# Tektronix extensions:
+#
+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.
+#
+#############################################################################
+#
+# The following sets edit modes for GNU EMACS
+# Local Variables:
+# case-fold-search:nil
+# truncate-lines:t
+# End: