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AAREADME.TXT
This directory contains TECO-C, a version of TECO written in C.
It was written in C so the author could move comfortably from VAX/VMS
to various other machines, including MicroVaxes, which couldn't execute
TECO-11 prior to VMS 5.0 because they don't support PDP-11 compatibility
mode. TECO32, distributed with v5.0, solved this problem.
TECO-C is meant to be a complete implementation of TECO as defined
by the Standard TECO User's Guide, which is in file TECO.DOC. There is no
manual for TECO-C itself, but the Standard TECO manual was the specification
for TECO-C, so it serves as an excellent manual. TECO-C departs from the
Standard manual in only a few places (like no video mode), listed in file
PROBLEMS.TXT. There is quick-and-dirty "wall chart" of all TECO commands
in file WCHART.TXT.
This version of TECO-C runs under VMX/VMS, MS-DOS, AmigaDOS and Unix
(SunOS, Ultrix and System V on a Data General Aviion). If you find bugs or
have any comments about TECO-C, please contact
Pete Siemsen Pete Siemsen
645 Ohio Avenue #302 University of Southern California
Long Beach, Ca. 90814 1020 West Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0251
(213) 433-3059 (home) (213) 740-7391 (work)
Internet: siemsen@usc.edu
The following sections describe how to use or build TECO-C for
different environments. The command line syntax is the same as the syntax
for TECO-11 command lines.
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U N D E R V A X / V M S
TECO-C was mostly developed under VAX/VMS. It compiles and links
using VAX C 3.1 under VMS version 5.3.
To set up: inspect and modify ZVLOGIN.COM and then add it to your
LOGIN.COM
To compile: inspect/edit ZVBLD.COM, then SUBMIT it
To link: use the "LT" command (defined in ZVLOGIN.COM)
To run: inspect/edit the symbol definitions in ZVLOGIN.COM
Note: TECO-C uses the same command line syntax as TECO32
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U N D E R M S - D O S
TECO-C compiles/links under Turbo C v2.00 under MS-DOS 4.01 and
Concurrent DOS 386 v3.0.
To build: run MAKE on MAKEFILE.TC. to build TECO from scratch say:
"make -fmakefile.tc -DALL". see MAKEFILE.TC for other make
-D options. also see MAKETECO.BAT.
To run: use TECO.BAT to edit a file or MUNG.BAT to run a macro,
for example: TECO filename.
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U N D E R U N I X
To compile and link: use the make utility on "makefile.sun" (for SunOS) or
"makefile.ulx" (for Ultrix) or "makefile.dg" (for System V Unix
on a Data General Aviion).
To run: define aliases and environment variables in your .cshrc file.
Here's an example, assuming my initialization file is named
.tecorc and it's in my home directory, and my macros are in a
directory named tecoc under my main directory. You'll have to
change the directory names, of course.
setenv TEC_INIT \$/home/sol/siemsen/.tecorc
setenv TEC_LIBRARY /home/sol/siemsen/tecoc/
alias te '/home/sol/siemsen/tecoc/tecoc teco -nocreate'
alias mung '/home/sol/siemsen/tecoc/tecoc mung'
alias tma '/home/sol/siemsen/tecoc/tecoc make'
After doing this, "te" runs tecoc.
Unix Command line
---- ------- ----
To make Unix users more comfortable, TECO-C uses Unix-like options syntax
instead of the familiar "/" style used under VAX/VMS. The options can be
abbreviated. They are (optional characters in square brackets):
-in[spect]
-noc[reate]
-noi[ni]
-nom[emory]
-sc[roll]
-scroll:nnn:SEEALL
do nnn,7:W and 1,3:W
-nop[age]
Don't separate input into pages. Instead, treat form feeds as
normal characters.
+nnn
where nnn is any number of digits. Go to line number nnn and set
nopage. Note this uses the UNIX end of line convention for use with
cc output &c. The non-unix line termination will still be used for
nL and other intrinsic TECO commands, this just controls the
starting line AT INVOCATION.
EZ Mode Control Flag
-- ---- ------- ----
To add functionality, TECO-C is sensitive to bits in an extra mode control
flag in addition to the standard ones. Bits in the EZ mode control flag are
used in different ways by different operating systems. Under Unix, bits in
the flag have the following meanings:
1 Mark Henderson, who did much of the Unix port, likes the way
VAX/VMS keeps versions of files. VMS appends a semicolon followed
by a version number to files, and has the PURGE command to clean
out old versions of files. If this bit is off, TECO-C will handle
file version numbers, appending the appropriate version number to
file names. Mark supplied a "purge" program (distributed with TECO-C)
for users of this feature. Setting this flag turns off the feature,
to make TECO-C function as expected by the average Unix user. This
flag is set by default.
8 I don't know what this flag does. It only makes sense when TECO-C
is compiled with CURSES support.
16 If set, when it's time to beep, use an audio beep, and if it fails,
then try a video flash. If clear, try a video flash, and if it
fails, use an audio beep. This bit works only if TECO-C was compiled
with CURSES support. This bit is off by default.
32 If set, and split screen scrolling mode is on (see the 7:W command),
TECO-C puts a line between the upper and lower scrolling regions.
If off, don't display a line. This bit works only if TECO-C was
compiled with CURSES support. This bit is off by default.
128 If set, don't stop on form feeds when reading. If clear, a form
fed in the input stream stops the read (the standard TECO style).
This bit is off by default.
256 If set, use Unix-style newline terminators. This means when files
are read in, carriage-returns are not added to the end of lines,
and when the user types the RETURN key, only a newline is entered
into the command line (usually a carriage-return/line-feed pair is
entered). Old macros (and old TECO users) may get confused if this
bit is set, but it's required if CURSES support is compiled into
TECO-C.
2048 If set, use a bottom-tee symbol instead of a diamond to indicate
the end-of-buffer. This bit works only if TECO-C was compiled with
CURSES support. This bit is off by default.
8192 If set, don't show CR in SCROLL mode (like standard TECO). If clear,
show CR (a graphics character indicating a carriage return) when in
SCROLL mode. This bit works only if TECO-C was compiled with CURSES
support. This bit is on by default.
Filename Memory
-------- ------
TECO tries to remember the last file edited by TECO, so that after you've
edited a file once, you can re-edit without having to type the file name
on the command line. TECO-C implements this under Unix by writing and reading
files named /tmp/tecoxxx.tmp, where "xxx" is the process id of the parent
process.
NOTE: There is another TECO in C, written by Matt Fichtenbaum, which
runs under Unix. It is part of the DECUS TECO Collection. Contact Pete
Siemsen at the above address for a copy.
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U N D E R A M I G A D O S
To compile and link: see makefile.ami, (note: it needs tecoc.lnk)
Comments from the author of the Amiga code:
I've completed my TECOC port to the Amiga. It has been tested on an
Amiga 1000 under AmigaDOS 1.3.2. My system configuration is:
68000 microprocessor
2.5 megs memory
80 meg hard drive
Old Amiga chip set
SAS Institute C for the Amiga version 5.10
TECO-C runs in the CLI window it was started from, and it should run
over a terminal hooked to an Amiga serial port as well.
Adding 'W' command stuff would probably best be done by one of the
termcap ports to the Amiga, however, TECO would have to handle
SIGWINCH-like events, unless it is modified to open it's own window of
a particular size without a resizing gadget. It wouldn't be to hard to
write a terminal driver for Amiga windows using hard-coded escape
sequences either, but then that would lose over a serial port.
EzFlag
------
The EZ flag is system-dependent. Under AmigaDOS, bits in the flag have the
following meanings:
128 If set, don't stop on form feeds when reading. If clear, a form
fed in the input stream stops the read (the standard TECO style).
This bit os off by default.
256 If set, use Unix-style newline terminators. This means when files
are read in, carriage-returns are not added to the end of lines,
and when the user types the RETURN key, only a newline is entered
into the command line (usually a carriage-return/line-feed pair is
entered). Old macros (and old TECO users) may get confused if this
bit is set, but it's required if CURSES support is compiled into
TECO-C.
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F I L E S
aareadme.txt this readme file
baksrc.c backwards search
bldstr.c build a string with string build constructs
change.tec change macro squished
change.tes change macro source. this macro allows you to
replace one string with another in a group of
files using match constructs.
changes.txt contains teco-c release notes starting from
version 1.00 (TVERSION = 100)
chmacs.h ctype.h for teco-c
clenup.c clean up before exiting teco-c
clpars.h command line parsing macro, created by genclp.c
clpars.tec command line parsing macro squished
clpars.tes command line parsing macro source
cmatch.c match character with match construct
date.tec date macro squished
date.tes date macro source. this macro displays the
date and time.
dchars.h define identifiers for control characters
deferr.h define identifiers for error messages
defext.h EXTERN decarations for global variables
detab.tec de-tabify macro squished
detab.tes de-tabify macro source. this macro converts
tabs to spaces
dir.tec "display directory" macro, in squished form
dir.tes "display directory" macro source. This macro simply
displays the directory. a wildcarded filename
in the edit buffer can control what is displayed.
docjr.c code common to ExeC, ExeJ, and ExeR
doeves.c work code for EV and ES
doflag.c changes a mode control flag (ED,EH,ES,ET,EU,EV,^X)
dscren.h terminal types for 0:W command
echoit.c display character in its printable form
err.c display teco-c's error messages
exea.c execute A
exeats.c execute at-sign @
exeb.c execute B
exebar.c execute |
exebsl.c execute backslash \
exec.c execute C
execcc.c execute control-caret ^^
execln.c execute colon modifiers : and ::
execom.c execute comma ,
execrt.c execute caret ^
execst.c execute a TECO command string
execta.c execute ^A
exectc.c execute ^C
exectd.c execute ^D
execte.c execute ^E
execti.c execute ^I
exectl.c execute ^L
exectn.c execute ^N
execto.c execute ^O
exectp.c execute ^P
exectq.c execute ^Q
exectr.c execute ^R
exects.c execute ^S
exectt.c execute ^T
exectu.c execute ^U
exectv.c execute ^V
exectw.c execute ^W
exectx.c execute ^X
execty.c execute ^Y
exectz.c execute ^Z
exed.c execute D
exedgt.c execute digit (0-9)
exedot.c execute dot .
exedqu.c execute double quote "
exee.c execute E
exeequ.c execute equals =, ==, and ===
exeesc.c execute escape
exeexc.c execute exclamation point !
exeey.c execute EY
exef.c execute F
exefb.c execute FB
exeg.c execute G
exegtr.c execute greater than sign >
exeh.c execute H
exei.c execute I
exeill.c "execute" illegal command
exej.c execute J
exek.c execute K
exel.c execute L
exelbr.c execute left-bracket [
exelst.c execute less than sign <
exem.c execute M
exen.c execute N
exenul.c execute null ^@
exenyi.c "execute" not-yet-implemented command
exeo.c execute O
exeopr.c execute operator (+,-,(,#,/,&,^_,*)
exep.c execute P (see singlp.c)
exeprc.c execute percent sign %
exepw.c execute PW
exeq.c execute Q
exeqes.c execute question mark ?
exer.c execute R
exerbr.c execute right bracket ]
exertp.c execute right paren )
exes.c execute S
exescl.c execute semicolon ;
exet.c execute T
exeu.c execute U
exeund.c execute underscore _
exeusc.c execute unit separator character ^_
exev.c execute V
exew.c execute W
exex.c execute X
exey.c execute Y
exez.c execute Z
findes.c find end of string
findqr.c find q-register name
flowec.c flow to end of conditional
flowee.c flow to else part of conditional
flowel.c flow to end of loop
fmtmac.tec PDP-11 .MAC formatter squished
fmtmac.tes PDP-11 .MAC formatter source. this macro does
case formatting for PDP-11 macro (.MAC) source files
format.tec FORTRAN formatter squished
format.tes FORTRAN formatter source. formats the first part of
a FORTRAN source line.
genclp.c generates the command line parsing macro in clpars.h
getara.c get area in edit buffer an "m,n" argument defines
getnma.c get numeric argument off expression stack
inccbp.c increments command buffer pointer
init.c teco-c initializatin routines
insstr.c insert string into edit buffer
isradx.c is digit within current radix?
ln2chr.c convert line-number to character-number (^Q)
lowcase.tec convert edit buffer to lowercase macro, see upcase.tec
makdbf.c make digit buffer, binary to ascii in current radix
makefile.ami AmigaDOS make file
makefile.cct CodeCenter under SunOS
makefile.dg System V Unix make file (works on Data General Aviion)
makefile.sun SunOS make file
makefile.tc Turbo C make file (MS-DOS)
makefile.ulx Ultrix make file
maketeco.bat MS-DOS batch file to make teco. this is probably how
the temdos.exe executable file was made.
makprnt.tec make printable macro squished
makprnt.tes make printable macro squished. this macro makes a
string with embedded control characters printable
makrom.c make room in Q-register for new text
mung.bat MS-DOS batch to execute a teco macro from command line
pg.mem a programmer's guide. it may be useful to anyone
fixing bugs, adding features, or porting teco-c to
a new environment.
pkzip.rsp a PKZIP response file used to build TECOC.ZIP archive
popmac.c pop macro environment off macro stack
problems.txt contains notes about bugs and ideas
pshmac.c push current macro environment on macro stack
pushex.c push expression onto stack, try to reduce it
rdline.c read a line
rdpage.c read a page
readcs.c read command string
replac.c code for search and replace commands
search.c code for most of the search comamnds
search.tec search macro squished
search.tes search macro source. this macro finds a string in
a group of files using teco match constructs
singlp.c does a single P command
skpcmd.c skip over current command in command bufer
squ.bat MS-DOS batch file to run squ.tec w/standard options
squ.tec squish macro squished
squ.tes squish macro source. this macro takes a teco macro
source file and makes it as small and as fast (and
as unreadable) as possible
srclop.c search loop, handles loop arguments for search
sserch.c do a simple search
sub.tec ?
tabort.c terminate teco-c
tctlib.rsp a Turbo C TLIB response file used by makefile.tc
teco.bat MS-DOS batch file to run teco-c
teco.doc Standard TECO documentation from DECUS
teco.tes teco initialization file
tecoc.c the main source module, contains all the definitions
of system-independent global variables, as well as
comments explaining what they are.
tecoc.exe the teco-c executable for VMS
tecoc.h defines structures, general identifiers, and
the in-line debugging scheme.
tecoc.lnk link file needed under AmigaDOS (see makefile.ami)
tecoin.tes teco initialization file
temsdos.exe the teco-c executable for MS-DOS
tst.bat MS-DOS batch file to run the test macros
tst.com VMS command procedure to run the test macros
tstbsl.tec --
tstcss.tec |
tstequ.tec | these macros contain code which tests some
tsto.tec | aspects of teco-c
tstpw.tec |
tstqr.tec |
tstsrc.tec --
typbuf.c types a buffer on the screen, converting unprintable
characters to printable as nescessary.
type.tec type a file macro squished
type.tes type a file macro source. this macro apparently
types a file on the console with all kinds of
wonderful options.
typest.c types the erroneous command string for errors
uminus.c unary minus (converts -C to -1C)
unsqu.tec unsquish macro squished
unsqu.tes unsquish macro source. this macro does some simple
formatting of a squished teco macro to make it more
readable (like indenting)
upcase.tec convert edit buffer to uppercase macro, see lowcase.tec
vrbmsg.h verbose forms of teco error messages
vtedit.tec vtedit macro squished
vtedit.tes vtedit macro source. humongous screen editor macro.
note: this macro does NOT run under teco-c.
wchart.txt contains a wall chart of TECO commands
wrpage.c write a page
zamiga.c AmigaDOS system dependent code.
zfirst.c dummy module used if CHECKSUM_CODE is TRUE in zport.h
zfrsrc.c do a forward search using VAX SCANC instruction
zmsdos.c MS-DOS system dependant code
zport.h portability header file.
zunix.c SunOS (Unix) system dependant code
zunkn.c UNKNOWN system dependant code (function stubs)
zvms.c VAX/VMS system dependant code
The W command does not work, but the EXEW.C file contains code
to tell you what the command would have done if it had been executed. I used
this to play with executing VTEDIT.TEC under TECOC in order to find bugs.
I maintain the DECUS TECO Collection, a bunch of stuff relating to
TECO. It includes sources for DEC's TECO-11 v39, three TECOs written in C,
including ones for VAX/VMS, MS-DOS, SunOS (Unix) and Ultrix, the current
Standard TECO manual, two EMACs-like macro packages and LOTS of macros.
I you have something that you feel should be included in this
collection, or if you would like to improve the software, please contact
me at the above address.
Pete Siemsen