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Source code changes of the file "xterm.man" between
xterm-363.tgz and xterm-364.tgz

About: xterm is a terminal emulator for X with ISO/ANSI color and vt220 enhancements.

xterm.man  (xterm-363.tgz):xterm.man  (xterm-364.tgz)
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+fbb This option indicates that xterm should not compare normal and bo ld fonts bounding boxes to ensure +fbb This option indicates that xterm should not compare normal and bo ld fonts bounding boxes to ensure
they are compatible. It sets the freeBoldBox resource to “true”. they are compatible. It sets the freeBoldBox resource to “true”.
-fbx This option indicates that xterm should not assume that the norma l and bold fonts have VT100 line- -fbx This option indicates that xterm should not assume that the norma l and bold fonts have VT100 line-
drawing characters. If any are missing, xterm will draw the char acters directly. It sets the drawing characters. If any are missing, xterm will draw the char acters directly. It sets the
forceBoxChars resource to “false”. forceBoxChars resource to “false”.
+fbx This option indicates that xterm should assume that the normal an d bold fonts have VT100 line- +fbx This option indicates that xterm should assume that the normal an d bold fonts have VT100 line-
drawing characters. It sets the forceBoxChars resource to “true” . drawing characters. It sets the forceBoxChars resource to “true” .
-fc fontchoice
Specify the initial font chosen from the font menu. The option v
alue corresponds to the
initialFont resource.
-fd pattern -fd pattern
This option sets the pattern for double-width fonts selected from the FreeType library if support This option sets the pattern for double-width fonts selected from the FreeType library if support
for that library was compiled into xterm. This corresponds to th e faceNameDoublesize resource. for that library was compiled into xterm. This corresponds to th e faceNameDoublesize resource.
-fi font -fi font
This option sets the font for active icons if that feature was co mpiled into xterm. This option sets the font for active icons if that feature was co mpiled into xterm.
See also the discussion of the iconFont resource. See also the discussion of the iconFont resource.
-fs size -fs size
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resources that do not have separate command line options. resources that do not have separate command line options.
X Toolkit accepts alternate names for a few of these options, e.g., X Toolkit accepts alternate names for a few of these options, e.g.,
· “-background” for “-bg” · “-background” for “-bg”
· “-font” for “-fn” · “-font” for “-fn”
· “-foreground” for “-fg” · “-foreground” for “-fg”
Abbreviated options also are supported, e.g., “-v” for “-verbose.” Abbreviated options also are supported, e.g., “-v” for “-version.”
RESOURCES RESOURCES
Xterm understands all of the core X Toolkit resource names and classes. It also uses the X Toolkit Xterm understands all of the core X Toolkit resource names and classes. It also uses the X Toolkit
resource types (such as booleans, colors, fonts, integers, and strings) a long with their respective resource types (such as booleans, colors, fonts, integers, and strings) a long with their respective
converters. Those resource types are not always sufficient: converters. Those resource types are not always sufficient:
· Xterm's resource values may be lists of names. X Toolkit resource ty pes do not include lists. Xterm · Xterm's resource values may be lists of names. X Toolkit resource ty pes do not include lists. Xterm
uses a string for the resource, and parses it. uses a string for the resource, and parses it.
Comma-separated lists of names ignore case. Comma-separated lists of names ignore case.
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Specifies a string containing terminal setting keywords. Except where noted, they may be bound to Specifies a string containing terminal setting keywords. Except where noted, they may be bound to
characters. Other keywords set modes. Not all keywords are supp orted on a given system. characters. Other keywords set modes. Not all keywords are supp orted on a given system.
Allowable keywords include: Allowable keywords include:
Keyword POSIX? Notes Keyword POSIX? Notes
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brk no CHAR may send an “interrupt” signal, as well brk no CHAR may send an “interrupt” signal, as well
as ending the input-line. as ending the input-line.
dsusp no CHAR will send a terminal “stop” signal dsusp no CHAR will send a terminal “stop” signal
after input is flushed. after input is flushed.
eof yes CHAR will terminate input (i.e., an end of eof yes CHAR will terminate input (i.e., an end of
file). file).
eol yes CHAR will end the line. eol yes CHAR will end the line.
eol2 no alternate CHAR for ending the line. eol2 no alternate CHAR for ending the line.
erase yes CHAR will erase the last character typed. erase yes CHAR will erase the last character typed.
erase2 no alternate CHAR for erasing the last input- erase2 no alternate CHAR for erasing the last input-
character. character.
flush no CHAR will cause output to be discarded until flush no CHAR will cause output to be discarded until
another flush character is typed. another flush character is typed.
intr yes CHAR will send an “interrupt” signal. intr yes CHAR will send an “interrupt” signal.
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disallowedPasteControls (class DisallowedPasteControls) disallowedPasteControls (class DisallowedPasteControls)
The allowPasteControls resource is normally used to prevent pasti ng C1 controls, as well as non- The allowPasteControls resource is normally used to prevent pasti ng C1 controls, as well as non-
formatting C0 controls such as the ASCII escape character. Those characters are simply ignored. formatting C0 controls such as the ASCII escape character. Those characters are simply ignored.
This resource further extends the set of control characters which cannot be pasted, converting This resource further extends the set of control characters which cannot be pasted, converting
each into a space. each into a space.
The resource value is a comma-separated list of names. Xterm ign ores capitalization. The default The resource value is a comma-separated list of names. Xterm ign ores capitalization. The default
value is value is
BS,DEL,ENT,EOT,ESC,NUL BS,DEL,ENQ,EOT,ESC,NUL
The names are listed below: The names are listed below:
C0 all ASCII control characters. C0 all ASCII control characters.
Individual C0 characters Individual C0 characters
NUL, SOH, STX, ETX, EOT, ENQ, ACK, BEL, BS, HT, LF, VT, FF, CR, SO, SI, DLE, DC1, DC2, DC3, NUL, SOH, STX, ETX, EOT, ENQ, ACK, BEL, BS, HT, LF, VT, FF, CR, SO, SI, DLE, DC1, DC2, DC3,
DC4, NAK, SYN, ETB, CAN, EM, SUB, ESC, FS, GS, RS, US DC4, NAK, SYN, ETB, CAN, EM, SUB, ESC, FS, GS, RS, US
DEL ASCII delete DEL ASCII delete
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15 U+253C box drawings light vertical and horizontal 15 U+253C box drawings light vertical and horizontal
16 U+23BA box drawings scan 1 16 U+23BA box drawings scan 1
17 U+23BB box drawings scan 3 17 U+23BB box drawings scan 3
18 U+2500 box drawings light horizontal 18 U+2500 box drawings light horizontal
19 U+23BC box drawings scan 7 19 U+23BC box drawings scan 7
20 U+23BD box drawings scan 9 20 U+23BD box drawings scan 9
21 U+251C box drawings light vertical and right 21 U+251C box drawings light vertical and right
22 U+2524 box drawings light vertical and left 22 U+2524 box drawings light vertical and left
23 U+2534 box drawings light up and horizontal 23 U+2534 box drawings light up and horizontal
24 U+252C box drawings light down and horizontal 24 U+252C box drawings light down and horizontal
25 U+2502 box drawings light vertical 25 U+2502 box drawings light vertical
26 U+2264 less-than or equal to 26 U+2264 less-than or equal to
27 U+2265 greater-than or equal to 27 U+2265 greater-than or equal to
28 U+03C0 greek small letter pi 28 U+03C0 greek small letter pi
29 U+2260 not equal to 29 U+2260 not equal to
30 U+00A3 pound sign 30 U+00A3 pound sign
31 U+00B7 middle dot 31 U+00B7 middle dot
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forcePackedFont (class ForcePackedFont) forcePackedFont (class ForcePackedFont)
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jumpScroll (class JumpScroll) jumpScroll (class JumpScroll)
Specifies whether or not jump scroll should be used. This corres ponds to the VT102 DECSCLM Specifies whether or not jump scroll should be used. This corres ponds to the VT102 DECSCLM
private mode. The default is “true”. See fastScroll for a varia tion. private mode. The default is “true”. See fastScroll for a varia tion.
keepClipboard (class KeepClipboard) keepClipboard (class KeepClipboard)
Specifies whether xterm will reuse the selection data which it co pied to the clipboard rather than Specifies whether xterm will reuse the selection data which it co pied to the clipboard rather than
asking the clipboard for its current contents when told to provid e the selection. The default is asking the clipboard for its current contents when told to provid e the selection. The default is
“false”. “false”.
The menu entry Keep Clipboard allows you to change this at runtim e. If compiled into xterm, the menu entry Keep Clipboard allows you to change this at runtime.
keepSelection (class KeepSelection) keepSelection (class KeepSelection)
Specifies whether xterm will keep the selection even after the se lected area was touched by some Specifies whether xterm will keep the selection even after the se lected area was touched by some
output to the terminal. The default is “true”. output to the terminal. The default is “true”.
The menu entry Keep Selection allows you to change this at runtim e. The menu entry Keep Selection allows you to change this at runtim e.
keyboardDialect (class KeyboardDialect) keyboardDialect (class KeyboardDialect)
Specifies the initial keyboard dialect, as well as the default va lue when the terminal is reset. Specifies the initial keyboard dialect, as well as the default va lue when the terminal is reset.
The value given is the same as the final character in the control sequences which change character The value given is the same as the final character in the control sequences which change character
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on5Clicks (class On5Clicks) on5Clicks (class On5Clicks)
Specify selection behavior in response to multiple mouse clicks. A single mouse click is always Specify selection behavior in response to multiple mouse clicks. A single mouse click is always
interpreted as described in the Selection Functions section (see POINTER USAGE). Multiple mouse interpreted as described in the Selection Functions section (see POINTER USAGE). Multiple mouse
clicks (using the button which activates the select-start action) are interpreted according to the clicks (using the button which activates the select-start action) are interpreted according to the
resource values of on2Clicks, etc. The resource value can be one of these: resource values of on2Clicks, etc. The resource value can be one of these:
word word
Select a “word” as determined by the charClass resource. See the CHARACTER CLASSES section. Select a “word” as determined by the charClass resource. See the CHARACTER CLASSES section.
If the pointer is on a “word” then xterm searches back to the
beginning of the word, and then
to the end.
If the pointer is not on a “word” then the result depends on w
hether it is on whitespace
(including a newline), or past the end of the line. In the la
tter case xterm may select a
“word” beginning after the newline, if there is no additional
whitespace.
line line
Select a line (counting wrapping). Select a line (counting wrapping).
group group
Select a group of adjacent lines (counting wrapping). The sel ection stops on a blank line, and Select a group of adjacent lines (counting wrapping). The sel ection stops on a blank line, and
does not extend outside the current page. does not extend outside the current page.
page page
Select all visible lines, i.e., the page. Select all visible lines, i.e., the page.
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