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tio.h

/* tio.h    8/19/1995
 */

/* Copyright (c) 1995,1996 Sascha Demetrio
 * Copyright (c) 2009 Peter Pentchev
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#ifndef _TIO_H_
#define _TIO_H_

#include "config.h"
#include "defs.h"

#define TIO_MAX_UNGET 4096

enum t_keys_e {
  HXKEY_ERROR      = -1,
  HXKEY_NONE       = 0,
  HXKEY_BACKSPACE  = 0x08,
  HXKEY_TAB        = 0x09,
  HXKEY_RETURN     = 0x0d,
  HXKEY_ESCAPE     = 0x1b,
  HXKEY_DELETE     = 0x7f,
  HXKEY_UP         = 0x100,
  HXKEY_DOWN,
  HXKEY_LEFT,
  HXKEY_RIGHT,
  HXKEY_F0,
  HXKEY_F1,
  HXKEY_F2,
  HXKEY_F3,
  HXKEY_F4,
  HXKEY_F5,
  HXKEY_F6,
  HXKEY_F7,
  HXKEY_F8,
  HXKEY_F9,
  HXKEY_F10,
  HXKEY_BACKTAB,
  HXKEY_BEGIN,
  HXKEY_CANCEL,
  HXKEY_CLOSE,
  HXKEY_COPY,
  HXKEY_CREATE,
  HXKEY_END,
  HXKEY_ENTER,
  HXKEY_EXIT,
  HXKEY_UPPER_LEFT,
  HXKEY_UPPER_RIGHT,
  HXKEY_CENTER,
  HXKEY_BOTTOM_LEFT,
  HXKEY_BOTTOM_RIGHT,
  HXKEY_HOME,
  HXKEY_PAGE_UP,
  HXKEY_PAGE_DOWN,
  HXKEY_BREAK,
  HXKEY_NULL
};

#define HXKEY_BIAS 254            /* bias used for storing non-character
                                 * keys in character strings */

extern int               hx_columns;
extern int               hx_lines;
extern char             *terminal_name;
extern volatile int     *tio_interrupt;
extern int               tio_tite_f;
extern void             (*tio_winch)(void);
extern int               window_changed;

00109 extern struct t_keynames_s {
  enum t_keys_e key;
  char *name;
} t_keynames[];

#if USE_STDARG
void (*error_msg)( const char *, ... );
#else
void (*error_msg)(const char *, ...);
#endif
  /* Pointer to the error message function.
   */

  int
tio_isprint(int x);

  int
tio_init(char *program_name);
  /* Initialize.  This function should be called before any other
   * `tio_*'-function.  `program_name' should be the name of the application.
   */

#define tio_flush() (void)fflush(stdout)
  /* Flush `stdout'.
   */

  void
tio_start_application(void);
  /* Send the start-application string to the terminal.
   */

  void
tio_end_application(void);
  /* Send the end-application string to the terminal.
   */

  void
tio_keypad(int on);
  /* Set the keypad mode.
   * on=0: numeric keypad.
   * on=1: application keypad.  Select this mode if you want to use the
   *       keypad (i.e. arrow-keys).
   */

  int
tio_getch(void);

  int
tio_get(void);
  /* Read a character from the keyboard.  `tio_getch()' waits for input,
   * `tio_get()' returns `HXKEY_NONE' (0) if no input is available.
   * The functions return the following special keys:
   *   HXKEY_ERROR                an error occured while waiting for input.
   *                            NOTE: Changing the size of the window causes
   *                              `tio_getch()' to return `HXKEY_ERROR'.
   *   HXKEY_NONE                 no key.
   *   HXKEY_BACKSPACE            backspace key.
   *   HXKEY_TAB                  TAB key.
   *   HXKEY_RETURN               return key.
   *   HXKEY_ESCAPE               escape key.
   *   HXKEY_DELETE               delete key.
   *   HXKEY_UP                   up arrow.
   *   HXKEY_DOWN                 down arrow.
   *   HXKEY_LEFT                 left arrow.
   *   HXKEY_RIGHT                right arrow.
   *   HXKEY_BACKTAB              BACKTAB key.
   *   HXKEY_F0, ... HXKEY_F10      function keys F0-F10.
   *   HXKEY_BEGIN                begin key.
   *   HXKEY_CANCEL               cancel key.
   *   HXKEY_CLOSE                close key.
   *   HXKEY_COPY                 copy key.
   *   HXKEY_CREATE               create key.
   *   HXKEY_END                  end key.
   *   HXKEY_ENTER                enter key.
   *   HXKEY_EXIT                 exit key.
   *   HXKEY_UPPER_LEFT           upper left key on keypad.
   *   HXKEY_UPPER_RIGHT          upper right key on keypad.
   *   HXKEY_CENTER               center key on keypad.
   *   HXKEY_BOTTOM_LEFT          bottom left key on keypad.
   *   HXKEY_BOTTOM_RIGHT         bottom right key on keypad.
   *   HXKEY_HOME                 home key.
   *   HXKEY_PAGE_UP              page up key.
   *   HXKEY_PAGE_DOWN            page down key.
   */

  int
tio_tget(int timeout);
  /* Like `tio_get()', but waits `timeout' tenths of a second for input.
   * `tio_tget()' returns `HXKEY_NONE' (0) if nothing has been read.
   */

  int
tio_ungetch(int x);
  /* Put the character `x' back into the input stream.  At most
   * `IO_MAX_UNGET' characters can be ungetch.  The return value is `x'
   * or -1 on error.
   */

  int
tio_ungets(int *x);
  /* Put the character string `x' back into the input stream using
   * `tio_ungetch()'.  The return value is 0 and -1 on error.
   */

  int
tio_readmore(void);
  /* Returns a non-zero value iff there are pending input characters.
   * NOTE:  Keys put into the unput-queue (via `tio_ungetch()' or
   *   `tio_ungets()') are not counted.
   */

  int
tio_getmore(void);
  /* Returns a non-zero value iff there are any keys in the unget-queue.
   */

  int
tio_testkey(int key);
  /* Returns 1, if a termcap entry for the requested key exists, else 0.
   * The function return always 1 for the keys `HXKEY_BACKSPACE', `HXKEY_TAB',
   * `HXKEY_RETURN', `HXKEY_ESCAPE', `HXKEY_DELETE', `HXKEY_NONE' and `HXKEY_ERROR'.
   */

  char *
tio_keyname(int key);
  /* Returns the name of the key `key'.  If `key' is a printable character,
   * it is returned as a string.  If `key' is a special key, the name of
   * that key is returned.  If `key' is unknown and greater than 0xff "??"
   * is returned, else a `\x??' hexadecimal code.
   */

  char *
tio_keyrep(int key);
  /* Returs a string representation of `key'.  If `key' is not a printable
   * character an escape sequence is generated:
   *   key > 0xff      if key is a known special key, a unique sequence
   *                   ~<keyname> (i.e. ~UP for up-arrow)
   *   key < 0x1f      standard ^<char> escape sequence
   *   key == 0x7f     ^? (delete)
   *   else            a \x?? escape (hex representation of the key)
   * if `key' is a printable character, a string containing that character
   * is returned.
   */

  char *
tio_vkeyrep(int key);
  /* Similar to `tio_keyrep', but returns a long string representation
   * whenever available.
   */

  char *
tio_keyscan(int *key, char *s, int mode);
  /* Check if `s' is a sting representation of a key.  on success,
   * the keycode is written to `*key' and a pointer to the first
   * character after the srep is returned, else `*key' is set to 0
   * and `s' is returned.
   * mode & 1:  scan for escapes starting with a `^'.
   * mode & 2:  scan for escapes starting with a `~'.
   * mode == 0:  scan for all known escapes.
   */

  int
tio_echo(int on);
  /* on=1:  characters are echoed as they are typed.
   * on=0:  characters are not echoed.
   * RETURN VALUE:  Previous echo-state.
   */

  void
tio_return(void);
  /* Move cursor to column 0.
   */

  void
tio_home(void);
  /* Cursor home.
   */

  void
tio_goto_line(int line);
  /* Move cursor to line `line'.
   */

  void
tio_goto_column(int line);
  /* Move cursor to column `column'.
   */

  void
tio_last_line(void);
  /* Move cursor to the last line, column 0.
   */

  int
tio_scroll_up(int count, int first, int last);
  /* Scroll up `count' lines; insert `count' lines at the bottom of the
   * screen.
   * The function returns -1 if the terminal can't scroll backwards.
   */

  int
tio_scroll_down(int count, int first, int last);
  /* Scroll down `count' lines; insert `count' lines at the top of the screen.
   * The function returns -1 if the terminal can't scroll backwards.
   */

  void
tio_display(char *text, int indent);
  /* Send the string `text' to the terminal.  The string may contain the
   * following `@*'-commands:
   *
   *  @@                   @
   *  @c                   clear screen.
   *  @M[+-]rrr[+-]ccc     absolute move.
   *                       Move the cursor to position row rrr, column ccc.
   *                       If a value is prefixed by a `-', it is interpreted
   *                       relative to the bottom-right corner of the screen.
   *  @m[+-]rrr[+-]ccc     relative move.
   *  @Iiii                set indent.
   *  @b                   bell.
   *  @v                   flash, visible bell.
   *  @U                   underline on.
   *  @u                   underline off.
   *  @Am                  set attribute m, where m is one of the
   *                       following:
   *                        b  bold.
   *                        l  blink.
   *                        h  half bright.
   *                        r  reverse.
   *                        u  underline (equivalent to `@U').
   *                        s  standout.
   *                        ~  normal.
   *  @r                   return.
   *  @n                   newline.
   *
   * `indent' sets the indent.  If `indent < 0', the indent stays unchanged.
   */

  void
tio_message(char **message, int indent);
  /* displays the array of strings `message' via `tio_display()' providing
   * a simple pager.  this function assumes, that every string in
   * `message' displays as a single line.
   */

  int
#if USE_STDARG
tio_printf( const char *fmt, ... );
#else
tio_printf( );
#endif

  int
tio_vprintf(const char *fmt, va_list);
  /* Similar to `printf()'.  `tio_printf()' understands the same @-commands
   * as `tio_display()'.  Note that @-commands in strings inserted via %s
   * are executed.  Use `tio_raw_printf()' if you don't wan't @-commands to
   * be executed.
   */

  int
#if USE_STDARG
tio_raw_printf( const char *fmt, ... );
#else
tio_raw_printf(const char *fmt, ...);
#endif

  int
tio_raw_vprintf(const char *fmt, va_list);
  /* Like `printf()'.  No @-commands.
   */

  int
tio_puts(char *s);
  /* Like `fputs(s, stdout)'.
   */

  int
tio_putchar(int x);
  /* Like `putchar(x)'.
   */

  void
tio_up(int count);
  /* Move cursor up `count' lines.
   */

  void
tio_down(int count);
  /* Move cursor down `count' lines.
   */

  void
tio_left(int count);
  /* Move cursor left `count' lines.
   */
  void
tio_right(int count);
  /* Move cursor right `count' lines.
   */

  void
tio_move(int line, int column);
  /* Move the cursor to position `line'/`column'.
   */

  void
tio_rel_move(int line, int column);
  /* Move the cursor relative to the cursor position.
   */

  void
tio_clear(void);
  /* Clear screen.
   */

  void
tio_clear_to_eol(void);
  /* Clear to end of line.
   */

  void
tio_bell(void);

  void
tio_visible_bell(void);

  void
tio_underscore(void);

  void
tio_underscore_off(void);

  void
tio_bold(void);

  void
tio_blink(void);

  void
tio_half_bright(void);

  void
tio_reverse(void);

  void
tio_normal(void);
  /* End all standout modes.
   */

  void
tio_set_cursor(int mode);
  /* Set the visibility of the cursor.
   * `mode == 0':  invisible.
   * `mode == 1':  normal.
   * `mode == 2':  standout.
   */

  int
tio_have_color(void);
  /* returns a non-zero value if color is available, 0 else.
   */

  void
tio_set_colors(int fg_color, int bg_color);

  void
tio_set_fg(int color);
  /* set the foreground color to `color'.
   */

  void
tio_set_bg(int color);
  /* set the background color to `color'.
   */

  int
tio_get_fg(void);
  /* return the current foreground color.
   */

  int
tio_get_bg(void);
  /* return the current background color.
   */

  int
tio_insert_character(char x);
  /* Insert the character `x' at the current position.
   */

  int
tio_delete_character(void);
  /* Delete the character under the cursor.
   */

  int
tio_readwait(int timeout);
  /* Wait until input is availabe on `stdin' using `select()'.
   * The `timeout' is measured in microseconds.  If `timeout' is a negative
   * value, `tio_readwait()' blocks until input is availabe.  If
   * `timeout == 0', `tio_readwait()' will return immeiately.
   * Return values:
   *  1  Success.  Data available on `stdin'.
   *  0  Timeout.  No input availabe.
   *  -1 Error.  See `select(2)'.
   * If `tio_readwait()' is interrupted by a signal, -1 is returned and
   * `errno' is set to `EINTR'.
   * NOTE:  if the unread-buffer is not empty, 1 is returned.
   */

  int
tio_raw_readwait(int timeout);
  /* Similar to `tio_readwait()', but ignores the unread buffer.
   */

  int
tio_getwait(int timeout);
  /* Similar to `tio_readwait()', but returns also if the unget buffer is
   * not empty.
   */

  void
tio_reset(void);

  void
tio_suspend(void);

  void
tio_restart(void);

#ifndef TIO_MAP
#define TIO_MAP 0
#endif

#if TIO_MAP

  int
tio_mgetch(int map, char *map_string);

  int
tio_map(int map, char *from, char *to, int special);

  int
tio_unmap(int map, char *from, int special);

  char **
tio_maplist(int map);

#endif
#endif

/* end of tio.h */


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