ANSI virtual terminal package (non-curses)
Date/Time of Processing: Wednesday 01 June 1994 10:59:20Am Overall Assessment of System: OK Classification of System: B Basis of Classification -- Syntax Errors PASS Completeness PASS Independence from External Libraries FAIL Independence from a Specific Ada Compiler PASS Explanations for failures -- System withs non-standard library units that are not provided Number of ... Files 18 Library Units 18 Lines 6119 Statements 2420 Comments 761 Unidentified Withed Units -- 6 unidentified withed units Subunits and Parent Units -- 1 parent program units 0 missing parent units 1 subunits 0 subunits found but not specified 0 subunits specified but not found
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The ANSI virtual terminal is a program level interface providing support for scroll, page and form-mode terminals. This package uses a terminal capabilities database to determine the capabilities of a variety of terminals. This package was designed to enhance the transportability of the source code and interoperability of the terminal capabilities database.
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY 03/85 1.0 John Foreman Initial Release
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