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NetBSD 6.1.5 - man page for set_curterm (netbsd section 3)

TERMINFO(3)			   BSD Library Functions Manual 		      TERMINFO(3)

     setupterm, set_curterm, del_curterm, termname, longname, tigetflag, tigetnum, tigetstr,
     tparm, tputs, putp -- terminal independent operation routines

     Terminal Information Library (libterminfo, -lterminfo)

     #include <term.h>

     char PC;
     short ospeed;
     TERMINAL *cur_term;

     setupterm(const char *name, int fildes, int *errret);

     set_curterm(TERMINAL *nterm);

     del_curterm(TERMINAL *oterm);

     char *

     char *

     tigetnum(const char *id);

     tigetflag(const char *id);

     char *
     tigetstr(const char *id);

     char *
     tparm(const char *cm, long p1, long p2, long p3, long p4, long p5, long p6, long p7,
	 long p8, long p9);

     tputs(const char *cp, int affcnt, int (*outc)(int));

     putp(const char *cp);

     ti_setupterm(TERMINAL **, const char *name, int fildes, int *error);

     ti_getflag(const TERMINAL *, const char *id);

     ti_getnum(const TERMINAL *, const char *id);

     const char *
     ti_getstr(const TERMINAL *, const char *id);

     char *
     tiparm(const char *cm, ...);

     char *
     ti_tiparm(TERMINAL *, const char *cm, ...);

     ti_puts(const TERMINAL *term, const char *str, int affcnt, int (*outc)(int, void *));

     ti_putp(const TERMINAL *term, const char *str);

     These functions extract and use capabilities from a terminal capability database, usually
     /usr/share/misc/terminfo, the format of which is described in terminfo(5).  These are low
     level routines; see curses(3) for a higher level package.

     The setupterm() function extracts the entry for terminal name and then calls set_curterm()
     to set cur_term to it.  If name is NULL then it is replaced by the environment variable
     TERM.  The setupterm() function returns 0 on success and -1 on error.  errret is set to -1
     if the terminfo database could not be opened, 0 if the terminal could not be found in the
     database, and 1 if all went well.

     The set_curterm() function sets the variable cur_term to nterm and makes all of the terminfo
     boolean, numeric and string variables use the values from nterm.  The global variables PC
     and ospeed are then set.  The old value of cur_term is returned.  The del_curterm() function
     frees space pointed to by oterm.

     The termname() function returns the name of cur_term.  The longname() function returns the
     description of cur_term.

     The tigetflag() function gets the boolean value of capability id, returning -1 if it is not
     a valid capability.  The tigetnum() function gets the numeric value of the capability id,
     returning -2 if it is not a valid capability.  The tigetstr() function returns the string
     value of the capability id, returning (char *)-1 if it is not a valid capability.

     The tparm() function returns a string decoded from cm with the parameters p1 ...  p9
     applied.  Some capabilities require string parameters and only platforms that can fit a char
     * pointer inside a long can use them.  For platforms which don't support this, NULL is
     returned and errno is set to ENOTSUPP.  The string encoding and parameter application is
     described in terminfo(5).

     The tputs() function applies padding information to the string cp; affcnt gives the number
     of lines affected by the operation, or 1 if this is not applicable; outc is a function which
     is called by each character in turn.  The external variable ospeed controls how many padding
     characters are sent in relation to the terminal speed.  The putp() function calls tputs(str,
     1, putchar).  The output from putp() always goes to stdout.

   NetBSD Extensions To Terminfo
     The tiparm() function allows variadic parameters instead of 9 fixed longs.  Numeric parame-
     ters must be passed as int.  String parameters must be passed as char * and works on all
     platforms, unlike tparm().

     The ti_*() functions correspond to the standard t*() functions but take an additional
     TERMINAL * parameter so that the terminal can be specified instead of assuming cur_term.
     These functions use private variables to the TERMINAL instead of the global variables, such
     as PC and ospeed.

     ex(1), curses(3), terminfo(5)

     Roy Marples <roy@NetBSD.org>

BSD					 January 25, 2013				      BSD

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