1: #ifndef NOICP
   2: 
   3: /*  C K U U S 7 --  "User Interface" for Unix Kermit, part 7  */
   4: 
   5: /*
   6:   Author: Frank da Cruz (fdc@columbia.edu, FDCCU@CUVMA.BITNET),
   7:   Columbia University Center for Computing Activities.
   8:   First released January 1985.
   9:   Copyright (C) 1985, 1992, Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New
  10:   York.  Permission is granted to any individual or institution to use this
  11:   software as long as it is not sold for profit.  This copyright notice must be
  12:   retained.  This software may not be included in commercial products without
  13:   written permission of Columbia University.
  14: */
  15: 
  16: /*
  17:   This file created from parts of ckuus3.c, which became to big for
  18:   Mark Williams Coherent compiler to handle.
  19: */
  20: 
  21: /*
  22:   Definitions here supersede those from system include files.
  23: */
  24: #include "ckcdeb.h"         /* Debugging & compiler things */
  25: #include "ckcasc.h"         /* ASCII character symbols */
  26: #include "ckcker.h"         /* Kermit application definitions */
  27: #include "ckcxla.h"         /* Character set translation */
  28: #include "ckcnet.h"         /* Network symbols */
  29: #include "ckuusr.h"         /* User interface symbols */
  30: 
  31: static int x, y = 0, z;
  32: static char *s;
  33: 
  34: static int mdmsav = -1;         /* Save modem type around network */
  35: static int oldplex = -1;        /* Duplex holder around network */
  36: 
  37: extern int success, nfilp, fmask, fncnv, frecl, nfttyp, binary, warn, msgflg;
  38: extern int cmask, maxrps, wslotr, bigsbsiz, bigrbsiz, urpsiz, rpsiz, spsiz;
  39: extern int spsizr, spsizf, maxsps, spmax, pflag, bctr, npad, timef, timint;
  40: extern int pkttim, rtimo, local, nfils, displa, atcapr, nettype, escape;
  41: extern int mdmtyp, duplex, dfloc, network, cdtimo, fncact, mypadn;
  42: extern int tnlm, sosi, tlevel, lf_opts, backgrd, flow, fdispla;
  43: extern int
  44:   atenci, atenco, atdati, atdato, atleni, atleno, atblki, atblko,
  45:   attypi, attypo, atsidi, atsido, atsysi, atsyso, atdisi, atdiso;
  46: 
  47: extern long speed;
  48: 
  49: extern CHAR sstate, eol, seol, stchr, mystch, mypadc, padch;
  50: 
  51: extern char *cmarg, *cmarg2, *dftty;
  52: 
  53: extern char tmpbuf[], *tp, *lp;     /* Temporary buffer & pointers */
  54: #ifndef NOFRILLS
  55: extern char optbuf[];           /* Buffer for MAIL or PRINT options */
  56: extern int rprintf;         /* REMOTE PRINT flag */
  57: #endif /* NOFRILLS */
  58: extern char ttname[];
  59: 
  60: extern struct keytab onoff[], filtab[], fttab[], rltab[];
  61: extern int nrlt;
  62: 
  63: #ifdef DCMDBUF
  64: extern char *atxbuf;            /* Atom buffer */
  65: extern char *cmdbuf;            /* Command buffer */
  66: extern char *line;          /* Character buffer for anything */
  67: #ifdef CK_CURSES
  68: /* This needs cleaning up... */
  69: #ifdef UNIX
  70: extern char *trmbuf;            /* Termcap buffer */
  71: #endif /* UNIX */
  72: #ifdef OS2
  73: extern char *trmbuf;            /* Termcap buffer */
  74: #endif /* OS2 */
  75: #ifdef OSK
  76: extern char *trmbuf;            /* Termcap buffer */
  77: #endif /* OSK */
  78: #ifdef AMIGA
  79: extern char *trmbuf;            /* Termcap buffer */
  80: #endif /* AMIGA */
  81: #endif /* CK_CURSES */
  82: #else
  83: extern char atxbuf[];           /* Atom buffer */
  84: extern char cmdbuf[];           /* Command buffer */
  85: extern char line[];         /* Character buffer for anything */
  86: #ifdef CK_CURSES
  87: #ifdef UNIX
  88: extern char trmbuf[];           /* Termcap buffer */
  89: #endif /* UNIX */
  90: #endif /* CK_CURSES */
  91: #endif /* DCMDBUF */
  92: 
  93: #ifndef NOCSETS
  94: extern struct keytab fcstab[];      /* For 'set file character-set' */
  95: extern struct keytab ttcstab[];
  96: extern int nfilc, fcharset, ntermc, tcsr, tcsl;
  97: #endif /* NOCSETS */
  98: 
  99: #ifndef NOSPL
 100: extern int cmdlvl;          /* Overall command level */
 101: #endif /* NOSPL */
 102: 
 103: #ifdef TNCODE
 104: extern int tn_init;
 105: #endif /* TNCODE */
 106: 
 107: #ifdef SUNX25
 108: extern int revcall, closgr, cudata, nx25, npadx3;
 109: extern char udata[MAXCUDATA];
 110: extern CHAR padparms[MAXPADPARMS+1];
 111: extern struct keytab x25tab[], padx3tab[];
 112: #endif /* SUNX25 */
 113: 
 114: #ifdef CK_CURSES
 115: #ifndef VMS
 116: _PROTOTYP(int tgetent,(char *, char *));
 117: #endif /* VMS */
 118: #endif /* CK_CURSES */
 119: 
 120: #ifndef NODIAL
 121: extern int dialhng, dialtmo, dialksp, dialdpy, dialmnp, dialmhu;
 122: extern int mdmspd;
 123: extern char *dialini, *dialdir, *dialcmd, *dialnpr;
 124: extern FILE * dialfd;
 125: 
 126: 
 127: struct keytab dialtab[] = {
 128:     "dial-command", XYDDIA, 0,
 129:     "directory", XYDDIR, 0,
 130:     "display", XYDDPY, 0,
 131:     "hangup",  XYDHUP, 0,
 132:     "init-string", XYDINI, 0,
 133:     "kermit-spoof", XYDKSP, 0,
 134:     "mnp-enable", XYDMNP, 0,
 135: #ifdef MDMHUP
 136:     "modem-hangup", XYDMHU, 0,
 137: #endif /* MDMHUP */
 138:     "prefix", XYDNPR, 0,
 139:     "speed-matching", XYDSPD, 0,
 140:     "timeout", XYDTMO, 0
 141: };
 142: int ndial = (sizeof(dialtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 143: #endif /* NODIAL */
 144: 
 145: #ifndef NOXMIT
 146: /* set transmit */
 147: #define XMITF 0
 148: #define XMITL 1
 149: #define XMITP 2
 150: #define XMITE 3
 151: #define XMITX 4
 152: #define XMITS 5
 153: #define XMITW 6
 154: 
 155: #ifndef NOXMIT
 156: #define XMBUFL 50
 157: extern int xmitf, xmitl, xmitp, xmitx, xmits, xmitw;
 158: char xmitbuf[XMBUFL+1] = { NUL };   /* TRANSMIT eof string */
 159: #endif /* NOXMIT */
 160: 
 161: struct keytab xmitab[] = {
 162:     "echo",     XMITX, 0,
 163:     "eof",      XMITE, 0,
 164:     "fill",     XMITF, 0,
 165:     "linefeed", XMITL, 0,
 166:     "locking-shift", XMITS, 0,
 167:     "pause",    XMITW, 0,
 168:     "prompt",   XMITP, 0
 169: };
 170: int nxmit = (sizeof(xmitab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 171: #endif /* NOXMIT */
 172: 
 173: /* For SET FILE COLLISION */
 174: /* Some of the following may be possible for some C-Kermit implementations */
 175: /* but not others.  Those that are not possible for your implementation */
 176: /* should be ifdef'd out. */
 177: 
 178: struct keytab colxtab[] = { /* SET FILE COLLISION options */
 179:     "append",    XYFX_A, 0,  /* append to old file */
 180: #ifdef COMMENT
 181:     "ask",       XYFX_Q, 0,  /* ask what to do (not implemented) */
 182: #endif
 183:     "backup",    XYFX_B, 0,  /* rename old file */
 184:     "discard",   XYFX_D, 0,  /* don't accept new file */
 185:     "no-supersede", XYFX_D, CM_INV, /* ditto (MSK compatibility) */
 186:     "overwrite", XYFX_X, 0,  /* overwrite the old file == file warning off */
 187:     "rename",    XYFX_R, 0,  /* rename the incoming file == file warning on */
 188:     "update",    XYFX_U, 0,  /* replace if newer */
 189: };
 190: int ncolx = (sizeof(colxtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 191: 
 192: static struct keytab rfiltab[] = {  /* for REMOTE SET FILE */
 193:     "collision",     XYFILX, 0,
 194:     "record-length", XYFILR, 0,
 195:     "type",          XYFILT, 0
 196: };
 197: int nrfilp = (sizeof(rfiltab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 198: 
 199: struct keytab fntab[] = {           /* File naming */
 200:     "converted", 1, 0,
 201:     "literal",   0, 0
 202: };
 203: 
 204: /* Terminal parameters table */
 205: struct keytab trmtab[] = {
 206: #ifdef OS2
 207:     "arrow-keys",    XYTARR, 0,
 208: #endif /* OS2 */
 209:     "bytesize",      XYTBYT, 0,
 210: #ifndef NOCSETS
 211:     "character-set", XYTCS,  0,
 212: #endif /* NOCSETS */
 213: #ifdef OS2
 214:     "color",         XYTCOL, 0,
 215: #endif /* OS2 */
 216:     "cr-display",    XYTCRD, 0,
 217: #ifdef OS2
 218:     "cursor",        XYTCUR, 0,
 219: #endif /* OS2 */
 220:     "echo",          XYTEC,  0,
 221: #ifdef OS2
 222:     "keypad-mode",   XYTKPD, 0,
 223: #endif /* OS2 */
 224:     "locking-shift", XYTSO,  0,
 225:     "newline-mode",  XYTNL,  0
 226: #ifdef OS2
 227: ,   "type",          XYTTYP, 0,
 228:     "wrap",          XYTWRP, 0
 229: #endif /* OS2 */
 230: };
 231: int ntrm = (sizeof(trmtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 232: 
 233: struct keytab crdtab[] = {      /* Carriage-return display */
 234:     "crlf",        1, 0,
 235:     "normal",      0, 0
 236: };
 237: extern int tt_crd;          /* Carriage-return display variable */
 238: 
 239: #ifdef OS2
 240: /*
 241:   OS/2 serial communication devices.
 242: */
 243: struct keytab os2devtab[] = {
 244:     "1",    1, CM_INV,          /* Invisible synonyms, like */
 245:     "2",    2, CM_INV,          /* "set port 1" */
 246:     "3",    3, CM_INV,
 247:     "4",    4, CM_INV,
 248:     "5",    5, CM_INV,
 249:     "6",    6, CM_INV,
 250:     "7",    7, CM_INV,
 251:     "8",    8, CM_INV,
 252:     "com1", 1, 0,           /* Real device names */
 253:     "com2", 2, 0,
 254:     "com3", 3, 0,
 255:     "com4", 4, 0,
 256:     "com5", 5, 0,
 257:     "com6", 6, 0,
 258:     "com7", 7, 0,
 259:     "com8", 7, 0
 260: };
 261: int nos2dev = (sizeof(os2devtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 262: 
 263: /*
 264:   Terminal parameters that can be set by SET commands.
 265:   Used by the ck?con.c terminal emulator code.
 266:   For now, only use for OS/2.  Should add these for Macintosh.
 267: */
 268: int tt_arrow = 1;           /* Arrow key mode */
 269: int tt_keypad = 0;          /* Keypad mode */
 270: int tt_wrap = 1;            /* Autowrap */
 271: int tt_type = TT_VT102;         /* Terminal type */
 272: int tt_cursor = 0;          /* Cursor type */
 273: #endif /* OS2 */
 274: 
 275: #ifdef OS2
 276: struct keytab akmtab[] = {      /* Arrow key mode */
 277:     "application", 1, 0,
 278:     "cursor",      0, 0
 279: };
 280: struct keytab kpmtab[] = {      /* Keypad mode */
 281:     "application", 0, 0,
 282:     "numeric",     1, 0
 283: };
 284: 
 285: struct keytab ttycoltab[] = {       /* Items to be colored */
 286:     "help",        4, 0,        /* Help screen */
 287:     "normal",      0, 0,        /* Normal screen text */
 288:     "reverse",     1, 0,        /* Reverse video */
 289:     "status",      3, 0,        /* Status line */
 290:     "underlined",  2, 0         /* Underlined text */
 291: };
 292: int ncolors = 5;
 293: 
 294: struct keytab ttyclrtab[] = {       /* Colors */
 295:     "black",       0, 0,
 296:     "blue",        1, 0,
 297:     "brown",       6, 0,
 298:     "cyan",        3, 0,
 299:     "dgray",       8, 0,
 300:     "green",       2, 0,
 301:     "lblue",       9, 0,
 302:     "lcyan",      11, 0,
 303:     "lgray",       7, 0,
 304:     "lgreen",     10, 0,
 305:     "lmagenta",   13, 0,
 306:     "lred",       12, 0,
 307:     "magenta",     5, 0,
 308:     "red",         4, 0,
 309:     "white",      15, 0,
 310:     "yellow",     14, 0
 311: };
 312: int nclrs = 16;
 313: 
 314: struct keytab ttycurtab[] = {
 315:     "full",        2, 0,
 316:     "half",        1, 0,
 317:     "underline",   0, 0
 318: };
 319: int ncursors = 3;
 320: #endif /* OS2 */
 321: 
 322: #ifdef OS2
 323: struct keytab ttyptab[] = {
 324: #ifdef COMMENT
 325: /*
 326:   Not supported yet...
 327:   The idea is to let the console driver handle the escape sequences.
 328: */
 329:     "none",    TT_NONE,  0,
 330: #endif /* COMMENT */
 331: #ifdef OS2PM
 332:     "tek4014", TT_TEK40, 0,
 333: #endif /* OS2PM */
 334:     "vt102",   TT_VT102, 0,
 335:     "vt52",    TT_VT52,  0
 336: };
 337: int nttyp = 2;
 338: #endif /* OS2 */
 339: 
 340: /* #ifdef VMS */
 341: struct keytab fbtab[] = {       /* Binary record types for VMS */
 342:     "fixed",     XYFT_B, 0,     /* Fixed is normal for binary */
 343:     "undefined", XYFT_U, 0      /* Undefined if they ask for it */
 344: };
 345: int nfbtyp = (sizeof(fbtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 346: /* #endif */
 347: 
 348: #ifdef VMS
 349: struct keytab lbltab[] = {      /* Labeled File info */
 350:     "acl",         LBL_ACL, 0,
 351:     "backup-date", LBL_BCK, 0,
 352:     "name",        LBL_NAM, 0,
 353:     "owner",       LBL_OWN, 0,
 354:     "path",        LBL_PTH, 0
 355: };
 356: int nlblp = (sizeof(lbltab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 357: #endif /* VMS */
 358: 
 359: struct keytab fdtab[] = {       /* SET FILE DISPLAY options */
 360: #ifdef MAC              /* Macintosh */
 361:     "fullscreen", XYFD_R, 0,        /* Full-screen but not curses */
 362:     "none",   XYFD_N, 0,
 363:     "off",    XYFD_N, CM_INV,
 364:     "on",     XYFD_R, CM_INV,
 365:     "quiet",  XYFD_N, CM_INV
 366: 
 367: #else                   /* Not Mac */
 368:     "crt", XYFD_S, 0,           /* CRT display */
 369: #ifdef CK_CURSES
 370: #ifdef COMMENT
 371:     "curses",     XYFD_C, CM_INV,   /* Full-screen, curses */
 372: #endif /* COMMENT */
 373:     "fullscreen", XYFD_C, 0,        /* Full-screen, whatever the method */
 374: #endif /* CK_CURSES */
 375:     "none",   XYFD_N, 0,        /* No display */
 376:     "off",    XYFD_N, CM_INV,       /* Ditto */
 377:     "on",     XYFD_R, CM_INV,       /* On = Serial */
 378:     "quiet",  XYFD_N, CM_INV,       /* No display */
 379:     "serial", XYFD_R, 0         /* Serial */
 380: #endif /* MAC */
 381: };
 382: int nfdtab = (sizeof(fdtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 383: 
 384: struct keytab rsrtab[] = {      /* For REMOTE SET RECEIVE */
 385:     "packet-length", XYLEN, 0,
 386:     "timeout", XYTIMO, 0
 387: };
 388: int nrsrtab = (sizeof(rsrtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 389: 
 390: /* Send/Receive Parameters */
 391: 
 392: struct keytab srtab[] = {
 393:     "end-of-packet", XYEOL, 0,
 394:     "packet-length", XYLEN, 0,
 395:     "pad-character", XYPADC, 0,
 396:     "padding", XYNPAD, 0,
 397:     "start-of-packet", XYMARK, 0,
 398:     "timeout", XYTIMO, 0
 399: };
 400: int nsrtab = (sizeof(srtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 401: 
 402: /* REMOTE SET */
 403: 
 404: struct keytab rmstab[] = {
 405:     "attributes",  XYATTR, 0,
 406:     "block-check", XYCHKT, 0,
 407:     "file",        XYFILE, 0,
 408:     "incomplete",  XYIFD,  0,
 409:     "receive",     XYRECV, 0,
 410:     "retry",       XYRETR, 0,
 411:     "server",      XYSERV, 0,
 412:     "transfer",    XYXFER, 0,
 413:     "window",      XYWIND, 0
 414: };
 415: int nrms = (sizeof(rmstab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 416: 
 417: struct keytab attrtab[] = {
 418:     "all",           AT_XALL, 0,
 419: #ifdef COMMENT
 420:     "blocksize",     AT_BLKS, 0,    /* not used */
 421: #endif /* COMMENT */
 422:     "character-set", AT_ENCO, 0,
 423:     "date",          AT_DATE, 0,
 424:     "disposition",   AT_DISP, 0,
 425:     "encoding",      AT_ENCO, CM_INV,
 426:     "length",        AT_LENK, 0,
 427:     "off",           AT_ALLN, 0,
 428:     "on",            AT_ALLY, 0,
 429: #ifdef COMMENT
 430:     "os-specific",   AT_SYSP, 0,    /* not used by UNIX or VMS */
 431: #endif /* COMMENT */
 432:     "system-id",     AT_SYSI, 0,
 433:     "type",          AT_FTYP, 0,
 434: };
 435: int natr = (sizeof(attrtab) / sizeof(struct keytab)); /* how many attributes */
 436: 
 437: #ifndef NOSPL
 438: extern int indef, intime, incase, inecho, insilence;
 439: struct keytab inptab [] = {     /* SET INPUT parameters */
 440:     "case",            IN_CAS, 0,
 441:     "default-timeout", IN_DEF, CM_INV,
 442:     "echo",            IN_ECH, 0,
 443:     "silence",         IN_SIL, 0,
 444:     "timeout-action",  IN_TIM, 0
 445: };
 446: int ninp = (sizeof(inptab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 447: 
 448: struct keytab intimt[] = {      /* SET INPUT TIMEOUT parameters */
 449:     "proceed", 0, 0,            /* 0 = proceed */
 450:     "quit",    1, 0         /* 1 = quit */
 451: };
 452: 
 453: struct keytab incast[] = {      /* SET INPUT CASE parameters */
 454:     "ignore",  0, 0,            /* 0 = ignore */
 455:     "observe", 1, 0         /* 1 = observe */
 456: };
 457: #endif /* NOSPL */
 458: 
 459: /* The following routines broken out of doprm() to give compilers a break. */
 460: 
 461: /*  S E T O N  --  Parse on/off (default on), set parameter to result  */
 462: 
 463: int
 464: seton(prm) int *prm; {
 465:     int x, y;
 466:     if ((y = cmkey(onoff,2,"","on",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
 467:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 468:     *prm = y;
 469:     return(1);
 470: }
 471: 
 472: /*  S E T N U M  --  Set parameter to result of cmnum() parse.  */
 473: /*
 474:  Call with pointer to integer variable to be set,
 475:    x = number from cnum parse, y = return code from cmnum,
 476:    max = maximum value to accept, -1 if no maximum.
 477:  Returns -9 on failure, after printing a message, or 1 on success.
 478: */
 479: int
 480: setnum(prm,x,y,max) int x, y, *prm, max; {
 481:     extern int cmflgs;
 482:     debug(F101,"setnum","",y);
 483:     if (y == -3) {
 484:     printf("\n?Value required\n");
 485:     return(-9);
 486:     }
 487:     if (y == -2) {
 488:     printf("%s?Not a number: %s\n",cmflgs == 1 ? "" : "\n", atxbuf);
 489:     return(-9);
 490:     }
 491:     if (y < 0) return(y);
 492:     if (max > -1 && x > max) {
 493:     printf("?Sorry, %d is the maximum\n",max);
 494:     return(-9);
 495:     }
 496:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 497:     *prm = x;
 498:     return(1);
 499: }
 500: 
 501: /*  S E T C C  --  Set parameter to an ASCII control character value.  */
 502: 
 503: int
 504: setcc(prm,x,y) int x, y, *prm; {
 505:     if (y == -3) {
 506:     printf("\n?Value required\n");
 507:     return(-3);
 508:     }
 509:     if (y < 0) return(y);
 510:     if ((x > 037) && (x != 0177)) {
 511:     printf("\n?Not in ASCII control range - %d\n",x);
 512:     return(-2);
 513:     }
 514:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 515:     *prm = x;
 516:     return(1);
 517: }
 518: 
 519: #ifndef NODIAL
 520: _PROTOTYP(static int dialstr,(char **, char *));
 521: /*
 522:   Parse a DIAL-related string, stripping enclosing braces, if any.
 523: */
 524: static int
 525: dialstr(p,msg) char **p; char *msg; {
 526:     int x;
 527:     if ((x = cmtxt(msg, "", &s, xxstring)) < 0)
 528:       return(x);
 529:     if (*s == '{') {            /* Strip enclosing braces, if any */
 530:     x = strlen(s);
 531:     if (s[x-1] == '}') {
 532:         s[x-1] = NUL;
 533:         s++;
 534:     }
 535:     }
 536:     if (*p) {               /* Free any previous string. */
 537:     free(*p);
 538:     *p = (char *) 0;
 539:     }
 540:     if ((x = strlen(s)) > 0) {
 541:     *p = malloc(x + 1);     /* Allocate space for it */
 542:     strcpy(*p,s);           /* and make a safe copy. */
 543:     } else *p = (char *) 0;
 544:     return(success = 1);
 545: }
 546: 
 547: int                 /* Set DIAL command options */
 548: setdial() {
 549:     if ((y = cmkey(dialtab,ndial,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
 550:     switch (y) {
 551:       case XYDHUP:          /* DIAL HANGUP */
 552:     return(success = seton(&dialhng));
 553:       case XYDINI:          /* DIAL INIT-STRING */
 554:     return(dialstr(&dialini,"Modem dialer initialization string"));
 555:       case XYDNPR:          /* DIAL NUMBER-PREFIX */
 556:     return(dialstr(&dialnpr,"Modem dialer telephone number prefix"));
 557:       case XYDDIA:          /* DIAL DIAL-COMMAND */
 558:     x = cmtxt("Dialing command for modem,\n\
 559:  include \"%s\" to stand for phone number,\n\
 560:  for example, \"set dial dial-command ATDT%s\\13\"",
 561:           "",
 562:           &s,
 563:           xxstring);
 564:     if (x < 0 && x != -3)       /* Handle parse errors */
 565:       return(x);
 566:     y = x = strlen(s);      /* Get length of text */
 567:     if (x > 0 && *s == '{') {   /* Strip enclosing braces, */
 568:         if (s[x-1] == '}') {    /* if any. */
 569:         s[x-1] = NUL;
 570:         s++;
 571:         y -= 2;
 572:         }
 573:     }
 574:     if (y > 0) {            /* If there is any text (left), */
 575:         for (x = 0; x < y; x++) {   /* make sure they included "%s" */
 576:         if (s[x] != '%') continue;
 577:         if (s[x+1] == 's') break;
 578:         }
 579:         if (x == y) {
 580:         printf(
 581: "?Dial-command must contain \"%cs\" for phone number.\n",'%');
 582:         return(-9);
 583:         }
 584:     }
 585:     if (dialcmd) {          /* Free any previous string. */
 586:         free(dialcmd);
 587:         dialcmd = (char *) 0;
 588:     }
 589:     if (y > 0) {
 590:         dialcmd = malloc(y + 1);    /* Allocate space for it */
 591:         strcpy(dialcmd,s);      /* and make a safe copy. */
 592:     }
 593:     return(success = 1);
 594:       case XYDKSP:          /* DIAL KERMIT-SPOOF */
 595:     return(success = seton(&dialksp));
 596:       case XYDTMO:          /* DIAL TIMEOUT */
 597:     y = cmnum("Seconds to wait for call completion","0",10,&x,xxstring);
 598:     return(success = setnum(&dialtmo,x,y,10000));
 599:       case XYDDPY:          /* DIAL DISPLAY */
 600:     return(success = seton(&dialdpy));
 601:       case XYDSPD:          /* DIAL SPEED-MATCHING */
 602:                     /* used to be speed-changing */
 603:     if ((y = seton(&mdmspd)) < 0) return(y);
 604: #ifdef COMMENT
 605:     mdmspd = 1 - mdmspd;        /* so here we reverse the meaning */
 606: #endif /* COMMENT */
 607:     return(success = 1);
 608:       case XYDMNP:          /* DIAL MNP-ENABLE */
 609:     return(success = seton(&dialmnp));
 610: #ifdef MDMHUP
 611:       case XYDMHU:          /* DIAL MODEM-HANGUP */
 612:     return(success = seton(&dialmhu));
 613: #endif /* MDMHUP */
 614:       case XYDDIR:          /* DIAL DIRECTORY */
 615:     if ((y = cmifi("Name of dialing directory file","",&s,&y,
 616:                xxstring)) < 0) {
 617:         if (y == -3) {
 618:         if (dialdir) free(dialdir); /* Free any previous storage */
 619:         dialdir = NULL;
 620:         return(success = 1);
 621:         } else return(y);
 622:     }
 623:     if (y) {
 624:         printf("?Wildcards not allowed\n");
 625:         return(-9);
 626:     }
 627:     strcpy(line,s);         /* Make safe copy of dial string */
 628:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y); /* Confirm the command */
 629:     if (dialdir) free(dialdir); /* Free previous filename storage */
 630:     if (dialfd) {           /* Close previous file, if any */
 631:         fclose(dialfd);
 632:         dialfd = NULL;
 633:     }
 634:     s = line;           /* Point back to dial string */
 635:     if (s == NULL || *s == NUL) {   /* If no name given */
 636:         dialdir = NULL;     /* remove the name string */
 637:         return(success = 1);
 638:     } else if ((dialdir = malloc(strlen(s)+1)) == NULL) {
 639:         return(success = 0);    /* Can't malloc storage for name */
 640:     } else {            /* Have storage for name */
 641:         strcpy(dialdir,s);      /* Copy string into new storage */
 642:         if ((dialfd = fopen(dialdir,"r")) == NULL) { /* Open the file */
 643:         perror(dialdir);    /* Can't, print message saying why */
 644:         success = 0;        /* We didn't succeed */
 645:         return(-9);     /* Fail, message already printed */
 646:         }
 647:         return(success = 1);    /* Everything is OK */
 648:     }
 649: 
 650:       default:
 651:     printf("?Unexpected SET DIAL parameter\n");
 652:     return(-2);
 653:     }
 654: }
 655: #endif /* NODIAL */
 656: 
 657: int
 658: setfil(rmsflg) int rmsflg; {
 659:     if (rmsflg) {
 660:     if ((y = cmkey(rfiltab,nrfilp,"Remote file parameter","",
 661:                xxstring)) < 0) {
 662:         if (y == -3) {
 663:         printf("?Remote file parameter required\n");
 664:         return(-9);
 665:         } else return(y);
 666:     }
 667:     } else {
 668:     if ((y = cmkey(filtab,nfilp,"File parameter","",xxstring)) < 0)
 669:       return(y);
 670:     }
 671:     switch (y) {
 672: #ifdef COMMENT              /* Not needed */
 673:       case XYFILB:          /* Blocksize */
 674:     sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",DBLKSIZ);
 675:     if ((y = cmnum("file block size",tmpbuf,10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
 676:       return(y);
 677:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 678:     if (rmsflg) {
 679:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",z);
 680:         sstate = setgen('S', "311", tmpbuf, "");
 681:         return((int) sstate);
 682:     } else {
 683:         fblksiz = z;
 684:         return(success = 1);
 685:     }
 686: #endif /* COMMENT */
 687: 
 688:       case XYFILS:          /* Byte size */
 689:     if ((y = cmnum("file byte size (7 or 8)","8",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
 690:       return(y);
 691:     if (z != 7 && z != 8) {
 692:         printf("\n?The choices are 7 and 8\n");
 693:         return(0);
 694:     }
 695:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 696:     if (z == 7) fmask = 0177;
 697:     else if (z == 8) fmask = 0377;
 698:     return(success = 1);
 699: 
 700: #ifndef NOCSETS
 701:       case XYFILC:          /* Character set */
 702:     if ((x = cmkey(fcstab,nfilc,"local file code","ascii", xxstring)) < 0)
 703:       return(x);
 704:     if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 705:     fcharset = x;
 706:     return(success = 1);
 707: #endif /* NOCSETS */
 708: 
 709:       case XYFILD:          /* Display */
 710:     if ((x = cmkey(fdtab,nfdtab,"file transfer display style","",
 711:                xxstring)) < 0)
 712:       return(x);
 713:     if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 714: #ifdef CK_CURSES
 715:     if (x == XYFD_C) {
 716: #ifdef VMS
 717:         lp = line;
 718: #else
 719:         lp = trmbuf;
 720: #endif /* VMS */
 721: #ifndef MYCURSES
 722:         s = getenv("TERM");
 723:         if (tgetent(lp,s) < 1) {
 724: #ifdef VMS
 725:         printf("Sorry, terminal type not supported: %s\n",s);
 726: #else
 727:         printf("Sorry, terminal type unknown: %s\n",s);
 728: #endif /* VMS */
 729:         return(success = 0);
 730:         }
 731: #endif /* MYCURSES */
 732:         line[0] = '\0';
 733:     }
 734: #endif /* CK_CURSES */
 735:     fdispla = x;            /* It's OK. */
 736:     return(success = 1);
 737: 
 738:       case XYFILN:          /* Names */
 739:     if ((x = cmkey(fntab,2,"how to handle filenames","converted",
 740:                xxstring)) < 0)
 741:       return(x);
 742:     if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 743:     fncnv = x;
 744:     return(success = 1);
 745: 
 746:       case XYFILR:          /* Record length */
 747:     sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",DLRECL);
 748:     if ((y = cmnum("file record length",tmpbuf,10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
 749:       return(y);
 750:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 751:     if (rmsflg) {
 752:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",z);
 753:         sstate = setgen('S', "312", tmpbuf, "");
 754:         return((int) sstate);
 755:     } else {
 756:         frecl = z;
 757:         return(success = 1);
 758:     }
 759: 
 760: #ifdef COMMENT
 761:       case XYFILO:          /* Organization */
 762:     if ((x = cmkey(forgtab,nforg,"file organization","sequential",
 763:                xxstring)) < 0)
 764:       return(x);
 765:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 766:     if (rmsflg) {
 767:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",x);
 768:         sstate = setgen('S', "314", tmpbuf, "");
 769:         return((int) sstate);
 770:     } else {
 771:         forg = x;
 772:         return(success = 1);
 773:     }
 774: #endif /* COMMENT */
 775: 
 776: #ifdef COMMENT              /* Not needed */
 777:       case XYFILF:          /* Format */
 778:     if ((x = cmkey(frectab,nfrec,"file record format","stream",
 779:                xxstring)) < 0)
 780:       return(x);
 781:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 782:     if (rmsflg) {
 783:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",x);
 784:         sstate = setgen('S', "313", tmpbuf, "");
 785:         return((int) sstate);
 786:     } else {
 787:         frecfm = x;
 788:         return(success = 1);
 789:     }
 790: #endif /* COMMENT */
 791: 
 792: #ifdef COMMENT
 793:       case XYFILP:          /* Printer carriage control */
 794:     if ((x = cmkey(fcctab,nfcc,"file carriage control","newline",
 795:                xxstring)) < 0)
 796:       return(x);
 797:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 798:     if (rmsflg) {
 799:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",x);
 800:         sstate = setgen('S', "315", tmpbuf, "");
 801:         return((int) sstate);
 802:     } else {
 803:         fcctrl = x;
 804:         return(success = 1);
 805:     }
 806: #endif /* COMMENT */
 807: 
 808:       case XYFILT:          /* Type */
 809:     if ((x = cmkey(fttab,nfttyp,"type of file","text",xxstring)) < 0)
 810:       return(x);
 811: #ifdef COMMENT
 812:     if ((y = cmnum("file byte size (7 or 8)","8",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
 813:       return(y);
 814:     if (z != 7 && z != 8) {
 815:         printf("\n?The choices are 7 and 8\n");
 816:         return(0);
 817:     }
 818: #endif /* COMMENT */
 819: 
 820: #ifdef VMS
 821:         /* Allow VMS users to choose record format for binary files */
 822:         if ((x == XYFT_B) && (rmsflg == 0)) {
 823:         if ((x = cmkey(fbtab,nfbtyp,"VMS record format","fixed",
 824:                xxstring)) < 0)
 825:           return(x);
 826:     }
 827: #endif /* VMS */
 828:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 829:     if (rmsflg) {
 830:         sstate = setgen('S', "300", x ? "1" : "0", "");
 831:         return((int) sstate);
 832:     } else {
 833:         binary = x;
 834: #ifdef COMMENT
 835:         if (z == 7) fmask = 0177;
 836:         else if (z == 8) fmask = 0377;
 837: #endif /* COMMENT */
 838:         return(success = 1);
 839:     }
 840: 
 841:       case XYFILX:          /* Collision Action */
 842:     if ((x = cmkey(colxtab,ncolx,"Filename collision action","backup",
 843:                xxstring)) < 0)
 844:       return(x);
 845:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 846:     fncact = x;
 847:     if (rmsflg) {
 848:         sprintf(tmpbuf,"%d",fncact);
 849:         sstate = setgen('S', "302", tmpbuf, "");
 850:         return((int) sstate);
 851:     } else {
 852:         if (fncact == XYFX_R) warn = 1; /* SET FILE WARNING implications */
 853:         if (fncact == XYFX_X) warn = 0; /* ... */
 854:         return(success = 1);
 855:     }
 856: 
 857:       case XYFILW:          /* Warning/Write-Protect */
 858:     seton(&warn);
 859:     if (warn)
 860:       fncact = XYFX_R;
 861:     else
 862:       fncact = XYFX_X;
 863:     return(success = 1);
 864: 
 865: #ifdef VMS
 866:       case XYFILL:          /* LABELED FILE parameters */
 867:     if ((x = cmkey(lbltab,nlblp,"VMS labeled file feature","",
 868:                xxstring)) < 0)
 869:       return(x);
 870:     if ((success = seton(&y)) < 0)
 871:       return(success);
 872:     if (y)              /* Set or reset the selected bit */
 873:       lf_opts |= x;         /* in the options bitmask. */
 874:     else
 875:       lf_opts &= ~x;
 876:     return(success);
 877: #endif /* VMS */
 878: 
 879:       case XYFILI:          /* INCOMPLETE */
 880:     return(doprm(XYIFD,rmsflg));
 881: 
 882:       default:
 883:     printf("?unexpected file parameter\n");
 884:     return(-2);
 885:     }
 886: }
 887: 
 888: int
 889: settrm() {
 890:     if ((y = cmkey(trmtab,ntrm,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
 891: #ifdef MAC
 892:     printf("\n?Sorry, not implemented yet.  Please use the Settings menu.\n");
 893:     return(-9);
 894: #else
 895:     switch (y) {
 896:       case XYTBYT:          /* SET TERMINAL BYTESIZE */
 897:     if ((y = cmnum("bytesize for terminal connection","8",10,&x,
 898:                xxstring)) < 0)
 899:       return(y);
 900:     if (x != 7 && x != 8) {
 901:         printf("\n?The choices are 7 and 8\n");
 902:         return(success = 0);
 903:     }
 904:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 905:     if (x == 7) cmask = 0177;
 906:     else if (x == 8) cmask = 0377;
 907:         return(success = 1);
 908: 
 909:       case XYTSO:           /* SET TERMINAL LOCKING-SHIFT */
 910:     return(success = seton(&sosi));
 911: 
 912:       case XYTNL:           /* SET TERMINAL NEWLINE-MODE */
 913:     return(success = seton(&tnlm));
 914: 
 915: #ifdef OS2
 916:       case XYTCOL:          /* SET TERMINAL COLOR */
 917:     if ((x = cmkey(ttycoltab,ncolors,"","normal",xxstring)) < 0) {
 918:         return(x);
 919:         } else {
 920:         extern int colornormal, colorreverse, colorunderline,
 921:           colorstatus, colorhelp, scrninitialised;
 922:         int fg, bg;
 923:         if ((fg = cmkey(ttyclrtab,nclrs,
 924:                 "foreground color","black",xxstring)) < 0)
 925:           return(fg);
 926:         if ((bg = cmkey(ttyclrtab,nclrs,
 927:                 "background color","cyan",xxstring)) < 0)
 928:           return(bg);
 929:         if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0)
 930:           return(y);
 931:         switch (x) {
 932:           case 0:
 933:         colornormal = fg | bg << 4;
 934:         break;
 935:           case 1:
 936:         colorreverse = fg | bg << 4;
 937:         break;
 938:           case 2:
 939:         colorunderline = fg | bg << 4;
 940:         break;
 941:           case 3:
 942:         colorstatus = fg | bg << 4;
 943:         break;
 944:           case 4:
 945:         colorhelp = fg | bg << 4;
 946:         break;
 947:           default:
 948:         printf("%s - invalid\n",cmdbuf);
 949:         return(-9);
 950:         break;
 951:         }
 952:         scrninitialised = 0;
 953:         }
 954:     return(success = 1);
 955: 
 956:       case XYTCUR:          /* SET TERMINAL CURSOR */
 957:     if ((x = cmkey(ttycurtab,ncursors,"","underline",xxstring)) < 0)
 958:       return(x);
 959:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 960:         tt_cursor = x;
 961:     return(success = 1);
 962: 
 963:       case XYTTYP:          /* SET TERMINAL TYPE */
 964:     if ((x = cmkey(ttyptab,nttyp,"","vt102",xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
 965:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 966:     tt_type = x;
 967:     return(success = 1);
 968: 
 969:       case XYTARR:          /* SET TERMINAL ARROW-KEYS */
 970:     if ((x = cmkey(akmtab,2,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
 971:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 972:     tt_arrow = x;           /* 0 = application, 1 = cursor */
 973:     return(success = 1);
 974: 
 975:       case XYTKPD:          /* SET TERMINAL KEYPAD-MODE */
 976:     if ((x = cmkey(kpmtab,2,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
 977:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 978:     tt_keypad = x;          /* 0 = application, 1 = numeric */
 979:     return(success = 1);
 980: 
 981:       case XYTWRP:          /* SET TERMINAL WRAP */
 982:     seton(&tt_wrap);
 983:     return(success = 1);
 984: #endif /* OS2 */
 985: 
 986: #ifndef NOCSETS
 987:       case XYTCS:           /* SET TERMINAL CHARACTER-SET */
 988:     /* set terminal character-set <remote> <local> */
 989:     if ((x = cmkey(ttcstab,ntermc,
 990:                "remote terminal character-set","",xxstring)) < 0)
 991:       return(x);
 992:     if (x == FC_TRANSP) {       /* TRANSPARENT? */
 993:         if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x); /* Confirm the command */
 994:         tcsr = tcsl = FC_USASCII;   /* Make them both the same */
 995:         return(success = 1);
 996:     }
 997: 
 998: /* Not transparent, so get local set to translate it into */
 999: 
1000:     s = "";             /* Make current file char set */
1001:     for (y = 0; y <= nfilc; y++)    /* be the default... */
1002:       if (fcstab[y].kwval == fcharset) {
1003:           s = fcstab[y].kwd;
1004:           break;
1005:         }
1006:     if ((y = cmkey(fcstab,nfilc,
1007:                "local character-set",s,xxstring)) < 0)
1008:       return(y);
1009:     if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z); /* Confirm the command */
1010:     tcsr = x;           /* Remote character set */
1011:     tcsl = y;           /* Local character set */
1012:     return(success = 1);
1013: #endif /* NOCSETS */
1014: 
1015:       case XYTEC:           /* SET TERMINAL ECHO */
1016:     if ((x = cmkey(rltab,nrlt,"which side echos during CONNECT",
1017:                "remote", xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
1018:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1019:     duplex = x;
1020:     return(success = 1);
1021: 
1022:       case XYTCRD:          /* SET TERMINAL CR-DISPLAY */
1023:     if ((x = cmkey(crdtab,2,"", "normal", xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
1024:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1025:     tt_crd = x;
1026:     return(success = 1);
1027: 
1028:       default:              /* Shouldn't get here. */
1029:     return(-2);
1030:     }
1031: #endif /* MAC */
1032: }
1033: 
1034: int                 /* SET SEND/RECEIVE */
1035: setsr(xx, rmsflg) int xx; int rmsflg; {
1036:     if (xx == XYRECV)
1037:         strcpy(line,"Parameter for inbound packets");
1038:     else
1039:         strcpy(line,"Parameter for outbound packets");
1040: 
1041:     if (rmsflg) {
1042:     if ((y = cmkey(rsrtab,nrsrtab,line,"",xxstring)) < 0) {
1043:         if (y == -3) {
1044:         printf("?Remote receive parameter required\n");
1045:         return(-9);
1046:         } else return(y);
1047:     }
1048:     } else {
1049:     if ((y = cmkey(srtab,nsrtab,line,"",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1050:     }
1051:     switch (y) {
1052: 
1053:       case XYEOL:
1054:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for packet terminator","13",10,&x,
1055:           xxstring);
1056:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
1057:     if (xx == XYRECV) eol = z; else seol = z;
1058:     return(success = y);
1059: 
1060:       case XYLEN:
1061:     y = cmnum("Maximum number of characters in a packet","90",10,&x,
1062:           xxstring);
1063:     if (xx == XYRECV) {     /* Receive... */
1064:         if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,maxrps)) < 0)
1065:           return(y);
1066:         if (z < 10) {
1067:         printf("Sorry, 10 is the minimum\n");
1068:         return(-9);
1069:         }
1070:         if (rmsflg) {
1071:         tp = tmpbuf;
1072:         sprintf(tp,"%d",z);
1073:         sstate = setgen('S', "401", tp, "");
1074:         return((int) sstate);
1075:         } else {
1076:         if (z > MAXRP) z = MAXRP;
1077:         y = adjpkl(z,wslotr,bigrbsiz);
1078:         if (y != z) {
1079:             urpsiz = y;
1080:             if (
1081: #ifndef NOSPL
1082:             cmdlvl == 0
1083: #else
1084:             tlevel < 0
1085: #endif /* NOSPL */
1086:             )
1087:               if (msgflg) printf(
1088: " Adjusting receive packet-length to %d for %d window slots\n",
1089:              y, wslotr);
1090:         }
1091:         urpsiz = y;
1092:         rpsiz =  (y > 94) ? 94 : y;
1093:         }
1094:     } else {            /* Send... */
1095:         if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,maxsps)) < 0)
1096:           return(y);
1097:         if (z < 10) {
1098:         printf("Sorry, 10 is the minimum\n");
1099:         return(-9);
1100:         }
1101:         if (z > MAXSP) z = MAXSP;
1102:         spsiz = z;          /* Set it */
1103:         y = adjpkl(spsiz,wslotr,bigsbsiz);
1104:         if (y != spsiz &&
1105: #ifndef NOSPL
1106:         cmdlvl == 0
1107: #else
1108:         tlevel < 0
1109: #endif /* NOSPL */
1110:         )
1111:           if (msgflg)
1112:         printf("Adjusting packet size to %d for %d window slots\n",
1113:              y,wslotr);
1114:         spsiz = spmax = spsizr = y; /* Set it and flag that it was set */
1115:         spsizf = 1;         /* to allow overriding Send-Init. */
1116:     }
1117:     if (pflag &&
1118: #ifndef NOSPL
1119:         cmdlvl == 0
1120: #else
1121:         tlevel < 0
1122: #endif /* NOSPL */
1123:         ) {
1124:         if (z > 94 && msgflg) {
1125:         printf("Extended-length packets requested.\n");
1126:         if (bctr < 2 && z > 200) printf("\
1127: Remember to SET BLOCK 2 or 3 for long packets.\n");
1128:         }
1129:         if (speed <= 0L) speed = ttgspd();
1130: #ifdef COMMENT
1131: /*
1132:   Kermit does this now itself.
1133: */
1134:         if (speed <= 0L && z > 200 && msgflg) {
1135:         printf("\
1136: Make sure your timeout interval is long enough for %d-byte packets.\n",z);
1137:         }
1138: #endif /* COMMENT */
1139:     }
1140:     return(success = y);
1141: 
1142:       case XYMARK:
1143:     y = cmnum("Code for packet-start character","1",10,&x,xxstring);
1144: #ifdef UNIX
1145: /*
1146:   Printable start-of-packet works for UNIX and VMS only!
1147: */
1148:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,126)) < 0) return(y);
1149: #else
1150: #ifdef VMS
1151:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,126)) < 0) return(y);
1152: #else
1153:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
1154: #endif /* VMS */
1155: #endif /* UNIX */
1156:     if (xx == XYRECV) stchr = z; else mystch = z;
1157:     return(success = y);
1158: 
1159: 
1160:       case XYNPAD:          /* PADDING */
1161:     y = cmnum("How many padding characters for inbound packets","0",10,&x,
1162:           xxstring);
1163:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,94)) < 0) return(y);
1164:     if (xx == XYRECV) mypadn = z; else npad = z;
1165:     return(success = y);
1166: 
1167:       case XYPADC:          /* PAD-CHARACTER */
1168:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for packet padding character","0",10,&x,
1169:           xxstring);
1170:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
1171:     if (xx == XYRECV) mypadc = z; else padch = z;
1172:     return(success = y);
1173: 
1174:       case XYTIMO:          /* TIMEOUT */
1175:     if (xx == XYRECV) {
1176:         char buf[16];       /* Construct default */
1177:         sprintf(buf,"%d",URTIME);
1178:         y = cmnum("Packet timeout interval",buf,10,&x,xxstring);
1179:         if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,94)) < 0) return(y);
1180: 
1181:         if (rmsflg) {       /* REMOTE SET RECEIVE TIMEOUT */
1182:         tp = tmpbuf;        /*   Tell Kermit server what */
1183:         sprintf(tp,"%d",z); /*   timeout to ask me to use. */
1184:         sstate = setgen('S', "402", tp, "");
1185:         return((int) sstate);
1186:         } else {            /* SET RECEIVE TIMEOUT */
1187:         pkttim = z;     /*   Value to put in my negotiation */
1188:         }               /*   packet for other Kermit to use */
1189: 
1190:     } else {            /* SET SEND TIMEOUT */
1191:         y = cmnum("Packet timeout interval","",10,&x,xxstring);
1192:         if (y == -3) {      /* They cancelled a previous */
1193:         x = DMYTIM;     /* SET SEND command, so restore */
1194:         y = 0;          /* the default */
1195:         timef = 0;      /* and turn off the override flag */
1196:         } else {            /* They gave a number */
1197:         timef = 1;      /* so turn on the override flag */
1198:         }
1199:         if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,94)) < 0)
1200:           return(y);
1201:         timint = rtimo = z;     /* Override value for me to use */
1202:     }
1203:     return(success = 1);
1204: 
1205:       default:
1206:     return(-2);
1207:     }                   /* End of SET SEND/RECEIVE... */
1208: }
1209: 
1210: #ifndef NOXMIT
1211: int
1212: setxmit() {
1213:     if ((y = cmkey(xmitab,nxmit,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1214:     switch (y) {
1215:       case XMITE:           /* EOF */
1216:     y = cmtxt("Characters to send at end of file,\n\
1217:  Use backslash codes for control characters","",&s,xxstring);
1218:     if (y < 0) return(y);
1219:     if ((int)strlen(s) > XMBUFL) {
1220:         printf("?Too many characters, %d maximum\n",XMBUFL);
1221:         return(-2);
1222:     }
1223:     strcpy(xmitbuf,s);
1224:     return(success = 1);
1225: 
1226:       case XMITF:           /* Fill */
1227:     y = cmnum("Numeric code for blank-line fill character","0",10,&x,
1228:           xxstring);
1229:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,127)) < 0) return(y);
1230:     xmitf = z;
1231:     return(success = 1);
1232:       case XMITL:           /* Linefeed */
1233:         return(success = seton(&xmitl));
1234:       case XMITS:           /* Locking-Shift */
1235:         return(success = seton(&xmits));
1236:       case XMITP:           /* Prompt */
1237:     y = cmnum("Numeric code for host's prompt character, 0 for none",
1238:           "10",10,&x,xxstring);
1239:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,127)) < 0) return(y);
1240:     xmitp = z;
1241:     return(success = 1);
1242:       case XMITX:           /* Echo */
1243:         return(success = seton(&xmitx));
1244:       case XMITW:           /* Pause */
1245:     y = cmnum("Number of milliseconds to pause between binary characters\n\
1246: or text lines during transmission","0",10,&x,xxstring);
1247:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y,1000)) < 0) return(y);
1248:     xmitw = z;
1249:     return(success = 1);
1250:       default:
1251:     return(-2);
1252:     }
1253: }
1254: #endif /* NOXMIT */
1255: 
1256: /*  D O R M T  --  Do a remote command  */
1257: 
1258: #ifdef ATTSV
1259: #ifndef aegis
1260: #ifndef datageneral
1261: #define CK_NEED_SIG
1262: #endif /* datageneral */
1263: #endif /* aegis */
1264: #endif /* ATTSV */
1265: 
1266: VOID rmsg() {
1267:     if (pflag)
1268:       printf(
1269: #ifdef CK_NEEDSIG
1270: 
1271:        " Type your escape character, %s, followed by X or E to cancel.\n",
1272:        dbchr(escape)
1273: #else
1274:        " Press the X or E key to cancel.\n"
1275: #endif /* CK_NEEDSIG */
1276:       );
1277: }
1278: 
1279: int
1280: dormt(xx) int xx; {
1281:     int x, y, retcode;
1282:     char *s, sbuf[50], *s2;
1283: 
1284: 
1285:     if (xx < 0) return(xx);
1286: 
1287:     if (xx == XZSET) {          /* REMOTE SET */
1288:     if ((y = cmkey(rmstab,nrms,"","",xxstring)) < 0) {
1289:         if (y == -3) {
1290:         printf("?Parameter name required\n");
1291:         return(-9);
1292:         } else return(y);
1293:     }
1294:     return(doprm(y,1));
1295:     }
1296: 
1297:     switch (xx) {           /* Others... */
1298: 
1299: case XZCWD:             /* CWD */
1300:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote directory name","",&s,xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
1301:     debug(F111,"XZCWD: ",s,x);
1302:     *sbuf = NUL;
1303:     s2 = sbuf;
1304: 
1305: /* The following is commented out, because there is practically no */
1306: /* computer in the world that requires a password for directory changing. */
1307: /* (The DEC-20 was the only one, and they're mostly all gone.) */
1308: #ifdef DIRPWDPR
1309:     if (*s != NUL) {            /* If directory name given, */
1310:                     /* get password on separate line. */
1311:         if (tlevel > -1) {      /* From take file... */
1312: 
1313:         if (fgets(sbuf,50,tfile[tlevel]) == NULL)
1314:             fatal("take file ends prematurely in 'remote cwd'");
1315:         debug(F110," pswd from take file",s2,0);
1316:         for (x = (int)strlen(sbuf);
1317:              x > 0 && (sbuf[x-1] == NL || sbuf[x-1] == CR);
1318:          x--)
1319:         sbuf[x-1] = '\0';
1320: 
1321:         } else {            /* From terminal... */
1322: 
1323:         printf(" Password: ");      /* get a password */
1324: #ifdef OS2
1325:         while (((x = isatty(0) ? coninc(0) :
1326:              getchar()) != NL) && (x != CR)) {     /* with no echo */
1327: #else
1328:         while (((x = getchar()) != NL) && (x != CR)) { /* with no echo */
1329: #endif /* OS2 */
1330:             if ((x &= 0177) == '?') {
1331:                 printf("? Password of remote directory\n Password: ");
1332:             s2 = sbuf;
1333:             *sbuf = NUL;
1334:             }
1335:             else if (x == ESC)  /* Mini command line editor... */
1336:                 putchar(BEL);
1337:         else if (x == BS || x == 0177)
1338:             s2--;
1339:         else if (x == 025) {    /* Ctrl-U */
1340:             s2 = sbuf;
1341:             *sbuf = NUL;
1342:         }
1343:             else
1344:             *s2++ = x;
1345:             }
1346:         *s2 = NUL;
1347:         putchar('\n');
1348:         }
1349:         s2 = sbuf;
1350:     } else s2 = "";
1351: #endif /* DIRPWDPR */
1352: 
1353:     debug(F110," password",s2,0);
1354:     sstate = setgen('C',s,s2,"");
1355:     retcode = 0;
1356:     break;
1357: 
1358: case XZDEL:             /* Delete */
1359:     if ((x = cmtxt("Name of remote file(s) to delete","",&s,xxstring)) < 0) {
1360:     if (x == -3) {
1361:         printf("?Name of remote file(s) required\n");
1362:         return(-9);
1363:     } else return(x);
1364:     }
1365:     if (local) ttflui();        /* If local, flush tty input buffer */
1366:     retcode = sstate = rfilop(s,'E');
1367:     break;
1368: 
1369: case XZDIR:             /* Directory */
1370:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote directory or file specification","",&s,
1371:            xxstring)) < 0)
1372:         return(x);
1373:     if (local) ttflui();        /* If local, flush tty input buffer */
1374:     rmsg();
1375:     retcode = sstate = setgen('D',s,"","");
1376:     break;
1377: 
1378: case XZHLP:             /* Help */
1379:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1380:     sstate = setgen('H',"","","");
1381:     retcode = 0;
1382:     break;
1383: 
1384: #ifndef NOPUSH
1385: case XZHOS:             /* Host */
1386:     if ((x = cmtxt("Command for remote system","",&cmarg,xxstring)) < 0)
1387:       return(x);
1388:     if ((int)strlen(cmarg) < 1)  {
1389:     if (x == -3) {
1390:         printf("?Remote host command required\n");
1391:         return(-9);
1392:     } else return(x);
1393:     }
1394:     rmsg();
1395:     retcode = sstate = 'c';
1396:     break;
1397: #endif /* NOPUSH */
1398: 
1399: #ifndef NOFRILLS
1400: case XZKER:
1401:     if ((x = cmtxt("Command for remote Kermit","",&cmarg,xxstring)) < 0)
1402:       return(x);
1403:     if ((int)strlen(cmarg) < 1)  {
1404:     if (x == -3) {
1405:         printf("?Remote Kermit command required\n");
1406:         return(-9);
1407:     } else return(x);
1408:     }
1409:     retcode = sstate = 'k';
1410:     rmsg();
1411:     break;
1412: 
1413: case XZLGI: {               /* Login */
1414:     char *p1, *p2, *p3;
1415:     if ((x = cmfld("User ID","",&s,xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
1416:     if ((p1 = malloc((int)strlen(s) + 1)) == NULL) {
1417:     printf("Internal error: malloc\n");
1418:     return(-2);
1419:     } else strcpy(p1,s);
1420:     if ((x = cmfld("Password","",&s,xxstring)) < 0) return(x);
1421:     if ((p2 = malloc((int)strlen(s) + 1)) == NULL) {
1422:     printf("Internal error: malloc\n");
1423:     return(-2);
1424:     } else strcpy(p2,s);
1425:     if ((x = cmtxt("Account or carriage return","",
1426:            &s,xxstring)) < 0 && x != -3)
1427:     return(x);
1428:     if ((p3 = malloc((int)strlen(s) + 1)) == NULL) {
1429:     printf("Internal error: malloc\n");
1430:     return(-2);
1431:     } else strcpy(p3,s);
1432:     sstate = setgen('I',p1,p2,p3);
1433:     if (p3) free(p3);
1434:     if (p2) free(p2);
1435:     if (p1) free(p1);
1436:     retcode = 0;
1437:     break;
1438: }
1439: 
1440: case XZLGO:             /* Logout */
1441:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1442:     sstate = setgen('I',"","","");
1443:     retcode = 0;
1444:     break;
1445: 
1446: case XZPRI:             /* Print */
1447:     if (!atdiso || !atcapr) {       /* Disposition attribute off? */
1448:     printf("?Disposition Attribute is Off\n");
1449:     return(-2);
1450:     }
1451:     cmarg = "";
1452:     cmarg2 = "";
1453:     if ((x = cmifi("Local file(s) to print on remote printer","",&s,&y,
1454:            xxstring)) < 0) {
1455:     if (x == -3) {
1456:         printf("?Name of local file(s) required\n");
1457:         return(-9);
1458:     }
1459:     return(x);
1460:     }
1461:     strcpy(line,s);         /* Make a safe copy of filename */
1462:     *optbuf = NUL;          /* Wipe out any old options */
1463:     if ((x = cmtxt("Options for remote print command","",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1464:       return(x);
1465:     strcpy(optbuf,s);           /* Make a safe copy of options */
1466:     if ((int)strlen(optbuf) > 94) { /* Make sure this is legal */
1467:     printf("?Option string too long\n");
1468:     return(-9);
1469:     }
1470:     nfils = -1;             /* Expand file list internally */
1471:     cmarg = line;           /* Point to file list. */
1472:     rprintf = 1;            /* REMOTE PRINT modifier for SEND */
1473:     sstate = 's';           /* Set start state to SEND */
1474:     if (local) displa = 1;
1475:     retcode = 0;
1476:     break;
1477: #endif /* NOFRILLS */
1478: 
1479: case XZSPA:             /* Space */
1480:     if ((x = cmtxt("Confirm, or remote directory name","",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1481:       return(x);
1482:     retcode = sstate = setgen('U',s,"","");
1483:     break;
1484: 
1485: #ifndef NOFRILLS
1486: case XZTYP:             /* Type */
1487:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote file specification","",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1488:       return(x);
1489:     if ((int)strlen(s) < 1) {
1490:     printf("?Remote filename required\n");
1491:         return(-9);
1492:     }
1493:     rmsg();
1494:     retcode = sstate = rfilop(s,'T');
1495:     break;
1496: #endif /* NOFRILLS */
1497: 
1498: #ifndef NOFRILLS
1499: case XZWHO:
1500:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote user name, or carriage return","",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1501:         return(x);
1502:     retcode = sstate = setgen('W',s,"","");
1503:     break;
1504: #endif /* NOFRILLS */
1505: 
1506: default:
1507:         if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1508:         printf("?Not implemented - %s\n",cmdbuf);
1509:         return(-2);
1510:     }
1511:     if (local) ttflui();        /* If local, flush tty input buffer */
1512:     return(retcode);
1513: }
1514: 
1515: 
1516: /*  R F I L O P  --  Remote File Operation  */
1517: 
1518: CHAR
1519: #ifdef CK_ANSIC
1520: rfilop(char * s, char t)
1521: #else
1522: rfilop(s,t) char *s, t;
1523: #endif /* CK_ANSIC */
1524: /* rfilop */ {
1525:     if (*s == NUL) {
1526:     printf("?File specification required\n");
1527:     return((CHAR) 0);
1528:     }
1529:     debug(F111,"rfilop",s,t);
1530:     return(setgen(t,s,"",""));
1531: }
1532: 
1533: #ifdef SUNX25
1534: int
1535: setx25() {
1536:     if ((y = cmkey(x25tab,nx25,"X.25 call options","",xxstring)) < 0)
1537:       return(y);
1538:     switch (y) {
1539:       case XYUDAT:
1540:     if ((z = cmkey(onoff,2,"X.25 call user data","",xxstring))
1541:         < 0) return(z);
1542:     if (z == 0) {
1543:         if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
1544:         cudata = 0;             /* disable call user data */
1545:         return (success = 1);
1546:     }
1547:     if ((x = cmtxt("X.25 call user data string","",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1548:       return(x);
1549:     if ((int)strlen(s) == 0) {
1550:         return (-3);
1551:     } else if ((int)strlen(s) > MAXCUDATA) {
1552:         printf("?The length must be > 0 and <= %d\n",MAXCUDATA);
1553:         return(-2);
1554:     }
1555:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1556:     strcpy(udata,s);
1557:     cudata = 1;         /* X.25 call user data specified */
1558:     return (success = 1);
1559:       case XYCLOS:
1560:     if ((z = cmkey(onoff,2,"X.25 closed user group call","",xxstring))
1561:         < 0) return(z);
1562:     if (z == 0) {
1563:         if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
1564:         closgr = -1;        /* disable closed user group */
1565:         return (success = 1);
1566:     }
1567:     if ((y = cmnum("0 <= cug index >= 99","",10,&x,xxstring)) < 0)
1568:       return(y);
1569:     if (x < 0 || x > 99) {
1570:         printf("?The choices are 0 <= cug index >= 99\n");
1571:         return(-2);
1572:     }
1573:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1574:     closgr = x;         /* closed user group selected */
1575:     return (success = 1);
1576: 
1577:       case XYREVC:
1578:     if((z = cmkey(onoff,2,"X.25 reverse charge call","",xxstring)) < 0)
1579:       return(z);
1580:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1581:     revcall = z;
1582:     return (success = 1);
1583:     }
1584: }
1585: 
1586: int
1587: setpadp() {
1588:     if ((y = cmkey(padx3tab,npadx3,"PAD X.3 parameter name","",xxstring)) < 0)
1589:       return(y);
1590:     x = y;
1591:     switch (x) {
1592:       case PAD_BREAK_CHARACTER:
1593:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD break character value","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1594:       return(y);
1595:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1596:     break;
1597:       case PAD_ESCAPE:
1598:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD escape","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1599:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1600:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1601:         return(-2);
1602:     }
1603:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1604:     break;
1605:       case PAD_ECHO:
1606:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD echo","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1607:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1608:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1609:         return(-2);
1610:     }
1611:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1612:     break;
1613:       case PAD_DATA_FORWARD_CHAR:
1614:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD data forward char","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1615:       return(y);
1616:     if (z != 0 && z != 2) {
1617:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 2\n");
1618:         return(-2);
1619:     }
1620:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1621:     break;
1622:       case PAD_DATA_FORWARD_TIMEOUT:
1623:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD data forward timeout","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1624:         return(y);
1625:     if (z < 0 || z > 255) {
1626:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= timeout <= 255\n");
1627:         return(-2);
1628:     }
1629:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1630:     break;
1631:       case PAD_FLOW_CONTROL_BY_PAD:
1632:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD pad flow control","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1633:       return(y);
1634:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1635:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1636:         return(-2);
1637:     }
1638:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1639:     break;
1640:       case PAD_SUPPRESSION_OF_SIGNALS:
1641:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD service","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1642:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1643:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1644:         return(-2);
1645:     }
1646:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1647:     break;
1648: 
1649:       case PAD_BREAK_ACTION:
1650:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD break action","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1651:     if (z != 0 && z != 1 && z != 2 && z != 5 && z != 8 && z != 21) {
1652:         printf("?The choices are 0, 1, 2, 5, 8 or 21\n");
1653:         return(-2);
1654:     }
1655:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1656:     break;
1657: 
1658:       case PAD_SUPPRESSION_OF_DATA:
1659:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD data delivery","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1660:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1661:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1662:         return(-2);
1663:     }
1664:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1665:     break;
1666: 
1667:       case PAD_PADDING_AFTER_CR:
1668:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD crpad","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1669:     if (z < 0 || z > 7) {
1670:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= crpad <= 7\n");
1671:         return(-2);
1672:     }
1673:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1674:     break;
1675: 
1676:       case PAD_LINE_FOLDING:
1677:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD linefold","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1678:     if (z < 0 || z > 255) {
1679:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= linefold <= 255\n");
1680:         return(-2);
1681:     }
1682:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1683:     break;
1684: 
1685:       case PAD_LINE_SPEED:
1686:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD baudrate","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1687:     if (z < 0 || z > 18) {
1688:         printf("?The choices are 0 <= baudrate <= 18\n");
1689:         return(-2);
1690:     }
1691:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1692:     break;
1693: 
1694:       case PAD_FLOW_CONTROL_BY_USER:
1695:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD terminal flow control","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1696:         return(y);
1697:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1698:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1699:         return(-2);
1700:     }
1701:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1702:     break;
1703: 
1704:       case PAD_LF_AFTER_CR:
1705:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD crpad","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1706:     if (z < 0 || z == 3 || z > 7) {
1707:         printf("?The choices are 0, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 or 7\n");
1708:         return(-2);
1709:     }
1710:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1711:     break;
1712: 
1713:       case PAD_PADDING_AFTER_LF:
1714:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD lfpad","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1715:     if (z < 0 || z > 7) {
1716:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= lfpad <= 7\n");
1717:         return(-2);
1718:     }
1719:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1720:     break;
1721: 
1722:       case PAD_EDITING:
1723:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD edit control","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1724:     if (z != 0 && z != 1) {
1725:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1\n");
1726:         return(-2);
1727:     }
1728:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1729:     break;
1730: 
1731:       case PAD_CHAR_DELETE_CHAR:
1732:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD char delete char","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1733:         return(y);
1734:     if (z < 0 || z > 127) {
1735:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= chardelete <= 127\n");
1736:         return(-2);
1737:     }
1738:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1739:     break;
1740: 
1741:       case PAD_BUFFER_DELETE_CHAR:
1742:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD buffer delete char","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1743:         return(y);
1744:     if (z < 0 || z > 127) {
1745:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= bufferdelte <= 127\n");
1746:         return(-2);
1747:     }
1748:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1749:     break;
1750: 
1751:       case PAD_BUFFER_DISPLAY_CHAR:
1752:     if ((y = cmnum("PAD display line char","",10,&z,xxstring)) < 0)
1753:         return(y);
1754:     if (z < 0 || z > 127) {
1755:         printf("?The choices are 0 or 1 <= displayline <= 127\n");
1756:         return(-2);
1757:     }
1758:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
1759:     break;
1760:     }
1761:     padparms[x] = z;
1762:     return(success = 1);
1763: }
1764: #endif /* SUNX25 */
1765: 
1766: int
1767: setat(rmsflg) int rmsflg; {
1768:     int xx;
1769:     if ((y = cmkey(attrtab,natr,"File Attribute packets","",xxstring)) < 0)
1770:       return(y);
1771:     if (y == AT_XALL) {         /* ATTRIBUTES ALL ON or ALL OFF */
1772:     if ((z = seton(&xx)) < 0) return(z);
1773:     if (rmsflg) {
1774:         printf("Sorry, command not available\n");
1775:         return(-9);
1776:     } else {
1777:         atenci = xx;        /* Encoding in */
1778:         atenco = xx;        /* Encoding out */
1779:         atdati = xx;        /* Date in */
1780:         atdato = xx;        /* Date out */
1781:         atdisi = xx;        /* Disposition in/out */
1782:         atdiso = xx;
1783:         atleni = xx;        /* Length in/out (both kinds) */
1784:         atleno = xx;
1785:         atblki = xx;        /* Blocksize in/out */
1786:         atblko = xx;
1787:         attypi = xx;        /* File type in/out */
1788:         attypo = xx;
1789:         atsidi = xx;        /* System ID in/out */
1790:         atsido = xx;
1791:         atsysi = xx;        /* System-dependent params in/out */
1792:         atsyso = xx;
1793:     }
1794:     return(z);
1795:     } else if (y == AT_ALLY || y == AT_ALLN) { /* ATTRIBUTES ON or OFF */
1796:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1797:     atcapr = (y == AT_ALLY) ? 1 : 0;
1798:     if (rmsflg) {
1799:         sstate = setgen('S', "132", atcapr ? "1" : "0", "");
1800:         return((int) sstate);
1801:     } else return(success = 1);
1802:     }
1803:     /* Otherwise, it's an individual attribute that wants turning off/on */
1804: 
1805:     if ((z = cmkey(onoff,2,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(z);
1806:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1807: 
1808: /* There are better ways to do this... */
1809: /* The real problem is that we're not separating the in and out cases */
1810: /* and so we have to arbitrarily pick the "in" case, i.e tell the remote */
1811: /* server to ignore incoming attributes of the specified type, rather */
1812: /* than telling it not to send them.  The protocol does not (yet) define */
1813: /* codes for "in-and-out-at-the-same-time". */
1814: 
1815:     switch(y) {
1816:       case AT_DISP:
1817:     if (rmsflg) {
1818:         sstate = setgen('S', "142", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1819:         return((int) sstate);
1820:     }
1821:     atdisi = atdiso = z; break;
1822:       case AT_ENCO:
1823:     if (rmsflg) {
1824:         sstate = setgen('S', "141", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1825:         return((int) sstate);
1826:     }
1827:     atenci = atenco = z; break;
1828:       case AT_DATE:
1829:     if (rmsflg) {
1830:         sstate = setgen('S', "135", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1831:         return((int) sstate);
1832:     }
1833:     atdati = atdato = z; break;
1834:       case AT_LENB:
1835:       case AT_LENK:
1836:     if (rmsflg) {
1837:         sstate = setgen('S', "133", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1838:         return((int) sstate);
1839:     }
1840:     atleni = atleno = z; break;
1841:       case AT_BLKS:
1842:     if (rmsflg) {
1843:         sstate = setgen('S', "139", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1844:         return((int) sstate);
1845:     }
1846:     atblki = atblko = z; break;
1847:       case AT_FTYP:
1848:     if (rmsflg) {
1849:         sstate = setgen('S', "134", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1850:         return((int) sstate);
1851:     }
1852:     attypi = attypo = z; break;
1853:       case AT_SYSI:
1854:     if (rmsflg) {
1855:         sstate = setgen('S', "145", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1856:         return((int) sstate);
1857:     }
1858:     atsidi = atsido = z; break;
1859:       case AT_SYSP:
1860:     if (rmsflg) {
1861:         sstate = setgen('S', "147", z ? "1" : "0", "");
1862:         return((int) sstate);
1863:     }
1864:     atsysi = atsyso = z; break;
1865:       default:
1866:     printf("?Not available\n");
1867:     return(-2);
1868:     }
1869:     return(1);
1870: }
1871: 
1872: #ifndef NOSPL
1873: int
1874: setinp() {
1875:     if ((y = cmkey(inptab,ninp,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(y);
1876:     switch (y) {
1877:       case IN_DEF:          /* SET INPUT DEFAULT-TIMEOUT */
1878:     z = cmnum("Positive number","",10,&x,xxstring);
1879:     return(success = setnum(&indef,x,z,94));
1880:       case IN_TIM:          /* SET INPUT TIMEOUT-ACTION */
1881:     if ((z = cmkey(intimt,2,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(z);
1882:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1883:     intime = z;
1884:     return(success = 1);
1885:       case IN_CAS:          /* SET INPUT CASE */
1886:     if ((z = cmkey(incast,2,"","",xxstring)) < 0) return(z);
1887:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
1888:     incase = z;
1889:     return(success = 1);
1890:       case IN_ECH:          /* SET INPUT ECHO */
1891:     return(success = seton(&inecho));
1892:       case IN_SIL:          /* SET INPUT SILENCE */
1893:     z = cmnum("Positive number","",10,&x,xxstring);
1894:     return(success = setnum(&insilence,x,z,-1));
1895:     }
1896:     return(0);
1897: }
1898: #endif /* NOSPL */
1899: 
1900: /*
1901:   setlin -- parse name of and then open a communication device.
1902:   Call with:
1903:     xx == XXLINE for a serial (tty) line, XXHOST for a network host,
1904:     zz == 0 means if user doesn't give a device name, continue current
1905:             active connection (if any);
1906:     zz != 0 means if user doesn't give a device name, then close the
1907:             current connection and restore the default communication device.
1908: */
1909: int
1910: setlin(xx, zz) int xx, zz; {
1911:     if (xx == XYHOST) {         /* SET HOST <hostname> */
1912: #ifndef NETCONN
1913:         printf("?Network connections not supported\n");
1914:     return(-9);
1915: #else
1916:     if (
1917:         (nettype != NET_DEC) &&
1918:         (nettype != NET_SX25) &&
1919:             (nettype != NET_TCPB)) {
1920:         printf("?Network type not supported\n");
1921:         return(-9);
1922:       }
1923:     if (nettype != NET_TCPB) {  /* Not a TCP/IP connection */
1924:                     /* Just get a text string */
1925:         if ((x = cmtxt( zz ?
1926:    "Network host name,\n or carriage return to close an open connection" :
1927:    "Network host name,\n or carriage return to resume an open connection",
1928:                "",&s,xxstring)) < 0)
1929:           return(x);
1930: 
1931:     } else {            /* TCP/IP connection... */
1932: 
1933:         /* Parse for host and service separately. */
1934: 
1935:         if ((x = cmfld( zz ?
1936:    "IP host name or number,\n or carriage return to close an open connection" :
1937:    "IP host name or number,\n or carriage return to resume an open connection",
1938:                "",&s,xxstring)) < 0) {
1939:         if (x != -3)        /* Parse error */
1940:           return(x);        /* return it */
1941:         else if (!zz)       /* No hostname given */
1942:           return(1);        /* and none required, */
1943:         }               /* continue current connection. */
1944:         if (*s) {           /* If they gave a host name... */
1945:         strcpy(line,s);     /* make a copy */
1946:         /* Check for "host:service" */
1947:         for ( ; (*s != '\0') && (*s != ':'); s++) ;
1948: 
1949:         /* If no service given, let them type one now. */
1950: 
1951:         if (!*s) {
1952:             if ((x = cmfld(
1953:     "TCP service name or number,\n or carriage return for telnet (23)",
1954:                    "23",&s,xxstring)) < 0 && x != -3)
1955:               return(x);
1956:             if (*s) {       /* If they gave a service, */
1957:             strcat(line,":"); /* concatenate it to the hostname */
1958:             strcat(line,s); /* separated by a colon, because */
1959:             }           /* this is how ttopen() wants it. */
1960:         }
1961:         if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x); /* Confirm the command */
1962:         s = line;
1963:         }
1964:     }
1965: 
1966:     /* New connection wanted. */
1967: 
1968:     ttflui();           /* Clear away buffered up junk */
1969:     ttclos(0);          /* Close old connection, if any */
1970:     if (oldplex > -1)       /* Restore duplex setting. */
1971:       duplex = oldplex;
1972:     if (*s) {           /* They gave a hostname */
1973:         x = 1;          /* Network connection always local */
1974:         mdmsav = mdmtyp;        /* Remember old modem type */
1975:         mdmtyp = -nettype;      /* Special code for network */
1976:         if (nettype == NET_TCPB) {  /* For TCP/IP telnet connections */
1977:         oldplex = duplex;   /* Remember previous duplex */
1978:         duplex = 0;     /* Set full duplex and let */
1979:       }             /* negotiations change if necessary. */
1980:     } else {            /* They just said "set host" */
1981:         if (network && msgflg)
1982:           printf(" Closing connection\n");
1983:         s = dftty;          /* So go back to normal */
1984:         x = dfloc;          /* default tty, location, */
1985:         network = 0;        /* No more network connection. */
1986:         duplex = oldplex;       /* Restore old duplex setting. */
1987:         if (mdmtyp < 0) {       /* Switching from net to async? */
1988:         if (mdmsav > -1)    /* Restore modem type from last */
1989:           mdmtyp = mdmsav;  /* SET MODEM command, if any. */
1990:         else
1991:           mdmtyp = 0;
1992:         }
1993:     }
1994: #endif /* NETCONN */
1995:     }
1996: 
1997: /* Serial tty device, possibly modem, connection... */
1998: 
1999:     if (xx == XYLINE) {         /* SET LINE */
2000: #ifdef OS2              /* or SET PORT */
2001:     if ((x = cmkey(os2devtab,nos2dev,"serial communication device name",
2002:                "com1", xxstring)) < 0) {
2003:         debug(F101,"OS2 SET PORT x","",x);
2004:         if (x != -9) return(x);
2005:         s = atxbuf;         /* Doesn't match keyword */
2006:         if (*s == '_') s++;     /* Secret notation for file handle */
2007:         else return(-9);
2008:     } else if (x >= 1 && x <= 8) {  /* Regular COM port */
2009:         s = os2devtab[x+7].kwd; /* Use its real name */
2010:     } else s = atxbuf;      /* Something else, believe it */
2011: #else
2012:     if ((x = cmtxt("Communication device name",dftty,&s,xxstring)) < 0)
2013:       return(x);
2014: #endif /* OS2 */
2015: 
2016:     if (local) ttflui();        /* Clear away buffered up junk */
2017:     ttclos(0);          /* Close old line, if any was open */
2018:     if (*s) {           /* They gave a device name */
2019:         x = -1;         /* Let ttopen decide about it */
2020:     } else {            /* They just said "set line" */
2021:         s = dftty;          /* so go back to normal tty */
2022:         x = dfloc;          /* and mode. */
2023:     }
2024:     if (mdmtyp < 0) {       /* Switching from net to async? */
2025:         if (mdmsav > -1)        /* Restore modem type from last */
2026:           mdmtyp = mdmsav;      /* SET MODEM command, if any. */
2027:         else
2028:           mdmtyp = 0;
2029:         mdmsav = -1;
2030:     }
2031:     if (oldplex > -1) {     /* Restore previous duplex setting. */
2032:         duplex = oldplex;
2033:         oldplex = -1;
2034:     }
2035:     network = 0;            /* No more network. */
2036:     }
2037: #ifdef COMMENT
2038: /*
2039:   The following is removed, not so much because it's a horrible hack, but
2040:   because it only works if the SET FLOW command was given *before* the SET
2041:   LINE command, whereas normally these commands can be given in any order.
2042: */
2043: #ifdef NEXT
2044: /*
2045:   This is a horrible hack, but it's nice for users.  On the NeXT, you select
2046:   RTS/CTS hardware flow control not by system calls, but by referring to the
2047:   device with a different name.  If the user has asked for RTS/CTS flow
2048:   control on a NeXT, but used the non-RTS/CTS device name in the SET LINE
2049:   command, we make the appropriate substitute here.  I wonder how much bigger
2050:   this section of code will grow as the years go by...
2051: */
2052:     if ((flow == FLO_RTSC) &&       /* RTS/CTS flow control selected */
2053:     strcmp(s,dftty)) {      /*  ...on external port? */
2054:     y = strlen(s);          /* Yes, insert "f" as next-to-last */
2055:     if (s[y-2] != 'f') {        /* character in device name if not */
2056:         strcpy(line,s);     /* already there... */
2057:         line[y] = line[y-1];    /* So /dev/cua => /dev/cufa, etc. */
2058:         line[y-1] = 'f';
2059:         line[y+1] = '\0';
2060:         s = line;
2061:     }
2062:     }
2063: #endif /* NEXT */
2064: #endif /* COMMENT */
2065: 
2066:     if ((y = ttopen(s,&x,mdmtyp,cdtimo)) < 0 ) { /* Open the new line */
2067:     if (y == -2) {
2068:         printf("?Timed out, no carrier.\n");
2069:         printf("Try SET CARRIER OFF and SET LINE again, or else\n");
2070:         printf("SET MODEM, SET LINE, and then DIAL.\n");
2071:     } else if (y == -3) {
2072:         printf("Sorry, access to lock denied: %s\n",s);
2073:     } else if (y == -4) {
2074:         printf("Sorry, access to device denied: %s\n",s);
2075:     } else if (y == -5) {
2076: #ifdef VMS
2077:         printf("Sorry, device is in use or otherwise unavailable: %s\n",s);
2078: #else
2079:         printf("Sorry, device is in use: %s\n",s);
2080: #endif /* VMS */
2081:         } else {            /* Other error. */
2082: #ifndef VMS
2083:         if (errno) {
2084:         tp = tmpbuf;
2085:         sprintf(tp,"Sorry, can't open connection: %s",s);
2086:         perror(tp);
2087:         } else
2088: #endif /* VMS */
2089:           printf("Sorry, can't open connection: %s\n",s);
2090:     }
2091:     local = dfloc;          /* Go back to normal */
2092: #ifndef MAC
2093:     strcpy(ttname,dftty);       /* Restore default tty name */
2094: #endif /* MAC */
2095:     speed = ttgspd();
2096:     network = 0;            /* No network connection active */
2097:     return(success = 0);        /* Return failure */
2098:     }
2099:     if (x > -1) local = x;      /* Opened ok, set local/remote. */
2100:     network = (mdmtyp < 0);     /* Remember connection type. */
2101: #ifdef TNCODE
2102:     if (network) tn_init = 0;       /* Say telnet not init'd yet. */
2103: #endif /* TNCODE */
2104:     strcpy(ttname,s);           /* Copy name into real place. */
2105:     speed = ttgspd();           /* Get the current speed. */
2106:     debug(F111,"set line ",ttname,local);
2107: #ifdef NETCONN
2108: #ifdef SUNX25
2109:     if (nettype == NET_SX25) duplex = 1; /* Duplex half */
2110: #endif /* SUNX25 */
2111: #endif /* NETCONN */
2112:     return(success = 1);
2113: }
2114: #endif /* NOICP */

Defined functions

dialstr defined in line 524; used 3 times
dormt defined in line 1279; used 1 times
rfilop defined in line 1518; used 2 times
rmsg defined in line 1266; used 4 times
setat defined in line 1766; used 1 times
setcc defined in line 503; used 4 times
setdial defined in line 547; used 1 times
setfil defined in line 657; used 1 times
setinp defined in line 1873; used 1 times
setnum defined in line 479; used 17 times
seton defined in line 463; used 27 times
setpadp defined in line 1586; used 1 times
setsr defined in line 1034; used 1 times
settrm defined in line 888; used 1 times
setx25 defined in line 1534; used 1 times
setxmit defined in line 1211; used 1 times

Defined variables

VOID defined in line 1266; never used
akmtab defined in line 276; used 1 times
attrtab defined in line 417; used 2 times
colxtab defined in line 178; used 4 times
crdtab defined in line 233; used 1 times
dialtab defined in line 127; used 2 times
fbtab defined in line 341; used 2 times
fdtab defined in line 359; used 2 times
fntab defined in line 199; used 1 times
incast defined in line 453; used 1 times
inptab defined in line 439; used 2 times
intimt defined in line 448; used 1 times
kpmtab defined in line 280; used 1 times
lbltab defined in line 349; used 2 times
mdmsav defined in line 34; used 6 times
natr defined in line 435; used 1 times
nclrs defined in line 312; used 2 times
ncolors defined in line 292; used 1 times
ncolx defined in line 190; used 3 times
ncursors defined in line 319; used 1 times
ndial defined in line 142; used 1 times
nfbtyp defined in line 345; used 1 times
nfdtab defined in line 382; used 1 times
ninp defined in line 446; used 1 times
nlblp defined in line 356; used 1 times
nos2dev defined in line 261; used 1 times
nrfilp defined in line 197; used 1 times
nrms defined in line 415; used 1 times
nrsrtab defined in line 388; used 1 times
nsrtab defined in line 400; used 1 times
ntrm defined in line 231; used 1 times
nttyp defined in line 337; used 1 times
nxmit defined in line 170; used 1 times
oldplex defined in line 35; used 7 times
os2devtab defined in line 243; used 3 times
rfiltab defined in line 192; used 2 times
rmstab defined in line 404; used 2 times
rsrtab defined in line 384; used 2 times
s defined in line 32; used 108 times
srtab defined in line 392; used 2 times
trmtab defined in line 205; used 2 times
tt_arrow defined in line 268; used 2 times
tt_cursor defined in line 272; used 1 times
tt_keypad defined in line 269; used 2 times
tt_type defined in line 271; used 2 times
tt_wrap defined in line 270; used 2 times
ttyclrtab defined in line 294; used 2 times
ttycoltab defined in line 285; used 1 times
ttycurtab defined in line 314; used 1 times
ttyptab defined in line 323; used 1 times
x defined in line 31; used 239 times
xmitab defined in line 161; used 2 times
xmitbuf defined in line 158; used 5 times
y defined in line 31; used 292 times

Defined macros

CK_NEED_SIG defined in line 1261; never used
XMBUFL defined in line 156; used 3 times
XMITE defined in line 150; used 1 times
XMITF defined in line 147; used 1 times
XMITL defined in line 148; used 1 times
XMITP defined in line 149; used 1 times
XMITS defined in line 152; used 1 times
XMITW defined in line 153; used 1 times
XMITX defined in line 151; used 1 times
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