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Short:Memacs modified to also work off Aux:
Architecture:m68k-amigaos
Date:1992-08-15
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Readme:http://aminet.net/text/edit/aux-emacs.readme
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27-May-92 -- Lance Tagliapietra -- Aux-Emacs 1.0

This  version  of  Microemacs  was  originally  ported  by David Conroy and
released  on  Fred  Fish disk #2.  I have modified it to be compilable with
the ZC compiler from Fred Fish disk #314.  It is also modified to work with
the  AuxHandler  from  Fred Fish disk #79.  When a terminal is connected to
the serial port, the command
	NEWCLI AUX:
or
	NEWSHELL AUX:
will  start  a  cli  session  to the terminal.  Running microemacs with the
command
	EMACS
from  the  terminal  will  start emacs using the Aux:  device for input and
output.  From a CLI window or SHELL window, run microemacs with the command
	RUN EMACS
Microemacs  will then open a window and use the keyboard and video display.
It  is  very important that microemacs be started with the RUN command when
working  in  the  windowed  enviroment.   Failure  to  do  so will create a
microemacs  process  that  cannot  be aborted as control characters will be
eaten by the console.

See the files ME.DOC and WALLCHART for a listing of microemacs commands.

The  modifications  use  the Fish released aux-handler for the serial port.
The  serial parameters are taken from preferences when the serial.device is
opened  with  the  newshell  or  newcli  command.  When emacs is run to the
serial  port,  the  aux-handler is put into "raw" mode.  The aux-handler is
restored to console mode when emacs is exiting.

All  commands  in me.doc work as expected.  Spawning a new cli when running
through  Aux:   puts  that driver back into console mode and the CLI prompt
appears at the bottom of the screen.  Entering the command ENDCLI from this
CLI will resume the editing session where it was left off.

NOTE:   The  run  command  in  a  subjob  (CTRL-X !) has been disabled when
working  from  the  Aux:  cli.  This should not be a problem as the spawn a
new cli command (CTRL-C) works correctly.

The  modification  to  the  source  for  compiling with the ZC compiler was
mostly trivial.  The #if statments for the different systems supported were
changed  to  #ifdef  statements.   Several small syntactic corrections were
made,  most  notably  where the TERM structure is initialized in ANSI.c and
VT52.c.

The  modifications  to  work  with the Aux:  port were made in termio.c and
spawn.c.   The  changes  first  determine if emacs was started with the RUN
command  or  not  and  then  open  a  window  or  initialize the Aux:  port
accordingly.

The  executable  supplied  is  compiled  for ANSI mode.  To use VT52 screen
codes,  set  the  VT52  #define to 1 in ED.H and set the ANSI #define to 0.
The executable created is 2k smaller than the version originally suppled.

Enjoy.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lance Tagliapietra                                96720919 at ucs.uwplatt.edu
P.O. Box 26                                       96720919 at uwplatt.bitnet
Platteville, WI 53818


Contents of text/edit/aux-emacs.lha
 PERMSSN    UID  GID    PACKED    SIZE  RATIO     CRC       STAMP          NAME
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[generic]                  747    2120  35.2% -lh5- 18ff May 18  1992 ansi.c
[generic]                 1374    2986  46.0% -lh5- b105 May 27  1992 aux-emacs.readme
[generic]                 2203    8581  25.7% -lh5- b67f May 18  1992 basic.c
[generic]                 3269   12579  26.0% -lh5- 2b3c May 18  1992 buffer.c
[generic]                 6018   21492  28.0% -lh5- 3756 May 18  1992 display.c
[generic]                 3333   10887  30.6% -lh5- 34b0 May 18  1992 ed.h
[generic]                17357   39268  44.2% -lh5- 8ea4 May 27  1992 emacs
[generic]                 3095   12516  24.7% -lh5- cfa8 May 18  1992 file.c
[generic]                  961    2758  34.8% -lh5- ed7d May 18  1992 fileio.c
[generic]                 4156   17336  24.0% -lh5- 5d2c May 18  1992 line.c
[generic]                 6012   23533  25.5% -lh5- f76c May 18  1992 main.c
[generic]                  480    1484  32.3% -lh5- 74f7 May 18  1992 makefile
[generic]                  908    2364  38.4% -lh5- 1f2f May 18  1992 me.doc
[generic]                 4047   14097  28.7% -lh5- 7b86 May 18  1992 rainbow.h
[generic]                 3585   12538  28.6% -lh5- 6d8f May 18  1992 random.c
[generic]                  928    1746  53.2% -lh5- bbc7 May 18  1992 readme1
[generic]                  802    1354  59.2% -lh5- f9ee May 18  1992 readme2
[generic]                 1503    6620  22.7% -lh5- f278 May 18  1992 region.c
[generic]                 1686    5670  29.7% -lh5- 2ab1 May 18  1992 search.c
[generic]                 2378    7611  31.2% -lh5- 6cff May 27  1992 spawn.c
[generic]                  749    2230  33.6% -lh5- 5c8d May 18  1992 tcap.c
[generic]                 2522    6943  36.3% -lh5- c889 May 18  1992 termio.c
[generic]                  785    2100  37.4% -lh5- bc34 May 18  1992 vt52.c
[generic]                  746    1832  40.7% -lh5- 9bc7 May 18  1992 wallchart
[generic]                 2794   11686  23.9% -lh5- b82a May 18  1992 window.c
[generic]                 1602    8964  17.9% -lh5- c5d7 May 18  1992 word.c
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 Total        26 files   74040  241295  30.7%            Aug 15  1992

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