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    2 #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 # $File: terminfo,v 1.10 2018/01/21 03:26:33 christos Exp $
    4 # terminfo:  file(1) magic for terminfo
    5 #
    6 # URL: http://invisible-island.net/ncurses/man/term.5.html
    7 # URL: http://invisible-island.net/ncurses/man/scr_dump.5.html
    8 #
    9 # Workaround for Targa image type by Joerg Jenderek
   10 # GRR: line below too general as it catches also
   11 # Targa image type 1 with 26 long identification field
   12 # and HELP.DSK
   13 0	string		\032\001
   14 # 5th character of terminal name list, but not Targa image pixel size (15 16 24 32)
   15 >16	ubyte		>32
   16 # namelist, if more than 1 separated by "|" like "st|stterm| simpleterm 0.4.1"
   17 >>12	regex		\^[a-zA-Z0-9][a-zA-Z0-9.][^|]*	Compiled terminfo entry "%-s"
   18 !:mime	application/x-terminfo
   19 # no extension
   20 #!:ext
   21 #
   22 #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   23 # The following was added for ncurses6 development:
   24 #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   25 #
   26 0	string		\036\002
   27 # imitate the legacy compiled-format, to get the entry-name printed
   28 >16	ubyte		>32
   29 # namelist, if more than 1 separated by "|" like "st|stterm| simpleterm 0. 4.1"
   30 >>12	regex		\^[a-zA-Z0-9][a-zA-Z0-9.][^|]*	Compiled 32-bit terminfo entry "%-s"
   31 !:mime	application/x-terminfo2
   32 #
   33 # While the compiled terminfo uses little-endian format irregardless of
   34 # platform, SystemV screen dumps do not.  They came later, and that detail was
   35 # overlooked.
   36 #
   37 # AIX and HPUX use the SVr4 big-endian format
   38 # Solaris uses the SVr3 formats (sparc and x86 differ endian-ness)
   39 0	beshort		0433 		SVr2 curses screen image, big-endian
   40 0	beshort		0434		SVr3 curses screen image, big-endian
   41 0	beshort		0435		SVr4 curses screen image, big-endian
   42 #
   43 0	leshort		0433		SVr2 curses screen image, little-endian
   44 0	leshort		0434		SVr3 curses screen image, little-endian
   45 0	leshort		0435		SVr4 curses screen image, little-endian
   46 #
   47 # Rather than SVr4, Solaris "xcurses" writes this header:
   48 0	regex		\^MAX=[0-9]+,[0-9]+$
   49 >1	regex		\^BEG=[0-9]+,[0-9]+$
   50 >2	regex		\^SCROLL=[0-9]+,[0-9]+$
   51 >3	regex		\^VMIN=[0-9]+$
   52 >4	regex		\^VTIME=[0-9]+$
   53 >5	regex		\^FLAGS=0x[[:xdigit:]]+$
   54 >6	regex		\^FG=[0-9],[0-9]+$
   55 >7	regex		\^BG=[0-9]+,[0-9]+,	Solaris xcurses screen image
   56 #
   57 # ncurses5 (and before) did not use a magic number, making screen dumps "data".
   58 # ncurses6 (2015) uses this format, ignoring byte-order
   59 0	string	\210\210\210\210ncurses	ncurses6 screen image
   60 #
   61 # PDCurses added this in 2005
   62 0	string		PDC\001		PDCurses screen image