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Revision 1.88.2.2.2.2, Sun Jul 10 20:44:35 2005 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by riz
Branch: netbsd-2
CVS Tags: netbsd-2-1-RELEASE, netbsd-2-1-RC6, netbsd-2-1-RC5, netbsd-2-1-RC4, netbsd-2-1-RC3, netbsd-2-1-RC2, netbsd-2-1-RC1, netbsd-2-1
Changes since 1.88.2.2.2.1: +3 -2 lines

Pull up revision 1.94 (requested by wiz in ticket #2066):
Enable ACS characters in rxvt. Closes PR 30655.

#	$NetBSD: termcap.src,v 1.88.2.2.2.2 2005/07/10 20:44:35 riz Exp $
#
######## TERMINAL TYPE DESCRIPTIONS SOURCE FILE
#
#	Version 9.13.25
#	termcap syntax
#
#	Eric S. Raymond		(current maintainer)
#	John Kunze, Berkeley
#	Craig Leres, Berkeley
#
# Please e-mail changes to terminfo@ccil.org.  The old termcap@berkeley.edu
# address is no longer valid.
#
# PURPOSE OF THIS FILE:
#
# This file describes the capabilities of various character-cell terminals,
# as needed by software such as screen-oriented editors.
#
# Other terminfo and termcap files exist, supported by various OS vendors
# or as relics of various older versions of UNIX.  This one is the longest
# and most comprehensive one in existence.  It subsumes not only the entirety
# of the historical 4.4BSD, GNU, System V and SCO termcap files and the BRL
# termcap file, but also large numbers of vendor-maintained termcap and
# terminfo entries more complete and carefully tested than those in historical
# termcap/terminfo versions.
#
# Pointers to related resources (including the ncurses distribution) may
# be found at <http://www.ccil.org/terminfo>.
#
# INTERNATIONALIZATION:
#
# This file uses only the US-ASCII as the G0/GL character set.
#
# This file assumes a US-ASCII character set. If you need to fix this, start
# by global-replacing \E(B and \E)B with the appropriate ISO 6429 enablers
# for your character set.  \E(A and \E)A enables the British character set
# with the pound sign at position 2/3.  
#
# In order to allow 8bit encodings (right half of ISO8859 character sets,
# EUC encondings, etc.), we do not use G1 (and SO/SI) for alternate
# character set but use G0 instead, and \E)0 should be avoided in <enacs>
# and initialization strings.
#
# FILE FORMAT:
#
# The version you are looking at may be in any of three formats: master
# (terminfo with OT capabilities), stock terminfo, or termcap.  You can tell
# which by the format given in the header above.
#
# The master format is accepted and generated by the terminfo tools in the
# ncurses suite; it differs from stock (System V-compatible) terminfo only
# in that it admits a group of capabilities (prefixed `OT') equivalent to
# various obsolete termcap capabilities.  You can, thus, convert from master
# to stock terminfo simply by filtering with `sed "/OT[^,]*,/s///"'; but if
# you have ncurses `tic -I' is nicer (among other things, it automatically
# outputs entries in a canonical form).
#
# The termcap version is generated automatically from the master version
# using tic -C.  This filtering leaves in the OT capabilities under their
# original termcap names.  All translated entries fit within the 1023-byte
# string-table limit of archaic termcap libraries except where explicitly
# noted below.  Note that the termcap translation assumes that your termcap
# library can handle multiple tc capabilities in an entry. 4.4BSD has this
# capability.  Older versions of GNU termcap, through 1.3, do not. 
#
# For details on these formats, see terminfo(5) in the ncurses distribution,
# and termcap(5) in the 4.4BSD Unix Programmer's Manual.  Be aware that 4.4BSD
# curses has been declared obsolete by the caretakers of the 4.4BSD sources
# as of June 1995; they are encouraging everyone to migrate to ncurses.
#
# Note: unlike some other distributed terminfo files (Novell Unix & SCO's),
# no entry in this file has embedded comments.  This is so source translation
# to termcap only has to carry over leading comments.  Also, no name field
# contains embedded whitespace (such whitespace confuses rdist).
#
# Further note: older versions of this file were often installed with an editor
# script (reorder) that moved the most common terminal types to the front of
# the file.  This should no longer be necessary, as the file is now ordered
# roughly by type frequency with ANSI/VT100 and other common types up front.
#
# Some information has been merged in from terminfo files distributed by
# USL and SCO (see COPYRIGHTS AND OTHER DELUSIONS below).  Much information
# comes from vendors who maintain official terminfos for their hardware
# (notably DEC and Wyse).
#
# A detailed change history is included at the end of this file.
#
# FILE ORGANIZATION:
#
# Comments in this file begin with # - they cannot appear in the middle
# of a terminfo/termcap entry.  Individual capabilities are commented out by
# placing a period between the colon and the capability name.
#
# The file is divided up into major sections (headed by lines beginning with 
# the string "########") and minor sections (beginning with "####"); do
#
#	grep "^####" <file> | more
#
# to see a listing of section headings.  The intent of the divisions is
# (a) to make it easier to find things, and (b) to order the database so
# that important and frequently-encountered terminal types are near the
# front (so that you'll get reasonable search efficiency even if you don't
# use reorder).  Minor sections usually correspond to manufacturers or
# standard terminal classes.  Parenthesized words following manufacturer
# names are type prefixes or product line names used by that manufacturers.
#
# HOW TO READ THE ENTRIES:
#
# The first name in an entry is the canonical name for the model or
# type, last entry is a verbose description.  Others are mnemonic synonyms for
# the terminal.
#
# Terminal names look like <manufacturer> <model> - <modes/options>
# The part to the left of the dash, if a dash is present, describes the
# particular hardware of the terminal.  The part to the right may be used
# for flags indicating special ROMs, extra memory, particular terminal modes,
# or user preferences.
#
# All names should be in lower case, for consistency in typing.
#
# The following are conventionally used suffixes:
#	-2p	Has two pages of memory.  Likewise 4p, 8p, etc.
#	-am	Enable auto-margin.
#	-m	Monochrome.  Suppress color support
#	-mc	Magic-cookie.  Some terminals (notably older Wyses) can
#		only support one attribute without magic-cookie lossage.
#		Their base entry is usually paired with another that
#		uses magic cookies to support multiple attributes.
#	-na	No arrow keys - termcap ignores arrow keys which are
#		actually there on the terminal, so the user can use
#		the arrow keys locally.
#	-nam	No auto-margin - suppress :am: capability
#	-nl	No labels - suppress soft labels
#	-ns	No status line - suppress status line
#	-rv	Terminal in reverse video mode (black on white)
#	-s	Enable status line.
#	-vb	Use visible bell (:vb:) rather than :bl:.
#	-w	Wide - in 132 column mode.
# If a name has multiple suffixes and one is a line height, that one should 
# go first.  Thus `aaa-30-s-rv' is recommended over `aaa-s-rv'.  
# 
# Entries with embedded plus signs are designed to be included through use/tc
# capabilities, not used as standalone entries. 
#
# To avoid search clashes, some older all-numeric names for terminals have
# been removed (i.e., "33" for the Model 33 Teletype, "2621" for the HP2621).
# All primary names of terminals now have alphanumeric prefixes.
#
# Comments marked "esr" are mostly results of applying the termcap-compiler
# code packaged with ncurses and contemplating the resulting error messages. 
# In many cases, these indicated obvious fixes to syntax garbled by the
# composers.  In a few cases, I was able to deduce corrected forms for garbled
# capabilities by looking at context.  All the information in the original
# entries is preserved in the comments.
#
# In the comments, terminfo capability names are bracketed with <> (angle
# brackets).  Termcap capability names are bracketed with :: (colons).
#
# INTERPRETATION OF USER CAPABILITIES
#
# The System V Release 4 and XPG4 terminfo format defines ten string
# capabilities for use by applications, <u0>...<u9>.   In this file, we use
# certain of these capabilities to describe functions which are not covered
# by terminfo.  The mapping is as follows:
#
#	u9	terminal enquire string (equiv. to ANSI/ECMA-48 DA)
#	u8	terminal answerback description
#	u7	cursor position request (equiv. to VT100/ANSI/ECMA-48 DSR 6)
#	u6	cursor position report (equiv. to ANSI/ECMA-48 CPR)
#
# The terminal enquire string <u9> should elicit an answerback response
# from the terminal.  Common values for <u9> will be ^E (on older ASCII
# terminals) or \E[c (on newer VT100/ANSI/ECMA-48-compatible terminals).
#
# The cursor position request (<u7>) string should elicit a cursor position
# report.  A typical value (for VT100 terminals) is \E[6n.
#
# The terminal answerback description (u8) must consist of an expected
# answerback string.  The string may contain the following scanf(3)-like
# escapes:
#
#	%c	Accept any character
#	%[...]	Accept any number of characters in the given set
#
# The cursor position report (<u6>) string must contain two scanf(3)-style 
# %d format elements.  The first of these must correspond to the Y coordinate
# and the second to the %d.  If the string contains the sequence %i, it is
# taken as an instruction to decrement each value after reading it (this is
# the inverse sense from the cup string).  The typical CPR value is
# \E[%i%d;%dR (on VT100/ANSI/ECMA-48-compatible terminals).
#
# These capabilities are used by tac(1m), the terminfo action checker soon
# to be distributed with ncurses.
#
# TABSET FILES
#
# All the entries in this file have been edited to assume that the tabset
# files directory is /usr/share/tabset, in conformance with the File Hierarchy
# Standard for Linux and free BSD systems.  Some vendors (notably Sun) use
# /usr/lib/tabset or (more recently) /usr/share/lib/tabset.  
#
# No curses package we know of uses these files.  If their location is an
# issue, you will have to hand-patch the file locations before compiling
# this file.
# 
# REQUEST FOR CONTACT INFORMATION AND HISTORICAL MATERIAL:
#
# As the ANSI/ECMA-48 standard and variants take firmer hold, and as
# character-cell terminals are increasingly replaced by X displays, much of
# this file is becoming a historical document (this is part of the reason for
# the new organization, which puts ANSI types, xterm, free-Unix consoles,
# and vt100 up front in confidence that this will catch 95% of new hardware).
#
# For the terminal types still alive, I'd like to have manufacturer's
# contact data (Internet address and/or snail-mail + phone).
#
# I'm also interested in enriching the comments so that the latter portions of
# the file do in fact become a potted history of VDT technology as seen by
# UNIX hackers.  Ideally, I'd like the headers for each manufacturer to
# include its live/dead/out-of-the-business status, and for as many
# terminal types as possible to be tagged with information like years
# of heaviest use, popularity, and interesting features.
#
# I'm especially interested in identifying the obscure entries listed under
# `Miscellaneous obsolete terminals, manufacturers unknown' before the tribal
# wisdom about them gets lost.  If you know a lot about obscure old terminals,
# please go to the terminfo resource page, grab the UFO file (ufo.ti), and 
# eyeball it for things you can identify and describe. 
#
# If you have been around long enough to contribute, please read the file
# with this in mind and send me your annotations.
#
# COPYRIGHTS AND OTHER DELUSIONS
#
# The BSD ancestor of this file had a standard Regents of the University of
# California copyright with dates from 1980 to 1993.
#
# Some information has been merged in from a terminfo file SCO distributes.
# It has an obnoxious boilerplate copyright which I'm ignoring because they 
# took so much of the content from the ancestral BSD versions of this file
# and didn't attribute it, thereby violating the BSD Regents' copyright.
#
# Not that anyone should care.  However many valid functions copyrights may
# serve, putting one on a termcap/terminfo file with hundreds of anonymous
# contributors makes about as much sense as copyrighting a wall-full of
# graffiti -- it's legally dubious, ethically bogus, and patently ridiculous.
#
# This file deliberately has no copyright.  It belongs to no one and everyone.
# If you claim you own it, you will merely succeed in looking like a fool. 
# Use it as you like.  Use it at your own risk.  Copy and redistribute freely.
# There are no guarantees anywhere.  Svaha!
#

######## STANDARD AND SPECIAL TYPES
#
# This section describes terminal classes and maker brands that are still
# quite common.
#

#### Specials
#
# Special "terminals".  These are used to label tty lines when you don't
# know what kind of terminal is on it.  The characteristics of an unknown
# terminal are the lowest common denominator - they look about like a ti 700.
#

dumb|80-column dumb tty:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:sf=^J:
unknown|unknown terminal type:\
	:gn:tc=dumb:
lpr|printer|line printer:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:li#66:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:ff=^L:le=^H:sf=^J:
glasstty|classic glass tty interpreting ASCII control characters:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:nw=^M^J:\
	:ta=^I:

#### ANSI.SYS/ISO 6429/ECMA-48 Capabilities
#
# See the end-of-file comment for more on these.
#

# The IBM PC alternate character set.  Plug this into any Intel console entry.
# We use \E[11m for rmacs rather than \E[12m so the <acsc> string can use the
# ROM graphics for control characters such as the diamond, up- and down-arrow.
# This works with the System V, Linux, and BSDI consoles.  It's a safe bet this
# will work with any Intel console, they all seem to have inherited \E[11m
# from the ANSI.SYS de-facto standard.
klone+acs|alternate character set for ansi.sys displays:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030\054\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:as=\E[11m:

# Highlight controls corresponding to the ANSI.SYS standard.  Most 
# console drivers for Intel boxes obey these.  Makes the same assumption
# about \E[11m as klone+acs.  True ANSI/ECMA-48 would have :se=\E[27m:,
# :ue=\E[24m:, but this isn't a documented feature of ANSI.SYS.
klone+sgr|attribute control for ansi.sys displays:\
	:S2=\E[11m:S3=\E[10m:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:\
	:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:\
	:tc=klone+acs:

# Highlight controls corresponding to the ANSI.SYS standard.  *All*
# console drivers for Intel boxes obey these.  Does not assume \E[11m will
# work; uses \E[12m instead, which is pretty bulletproof but loses you the ACS
# diamond and arrow characters under curses.
klone+sgr-dumb|attribute control for ansi.sys displays (no ESC [ 11 m):\
	:as=\E[12m:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:mk=\E[8m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:\
	:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:\
	:tc=klone+acs:

# KOI8 (RFC1489) alternate character set 
# From: Qing Long <qinglong@Bolizm.ihep.su>, 24 Feb 1996.
klone+koi8acs|alternate character set for ansi.sys displays with KOI8 charset:\
	:ac=l\202m\204k\203j\205u\207t\206v\210w\211q\200x\201n\212o\213s\214p\216r\217`\004a\237f\234g\232~\225.\037-\036+\020\054\021h\222I\2200\215y\230z\231{\267}L|\274:\
	:ae=\E[10m:as=\E[11m:

# ANSI.SYS color control.  The setb/setf caps depend on the coincidence
# between SVr4/XPG4's color numbers and ANSI.SYS attributes.  Here are longer
# but equivalent strings that don't rely on that coincidence:
# setb=\E[4%?%p1%{1}%=%t4%e%p1%{3}%=%t6%e%p1%{4}%=%t1%e%p1%{6}%=%t3%e%p1%d%;m,
# setf=\E[3%?%p1%{1}%=%t4%e%p1%{3}%=%t6%e%p1%{4}%=%t1%e%p1%{6}%=%t3%e%p1%d%;m,
# The DOS 5 manual asserts that these sequences meet the ISO 6429 standard.
# They match a subset of ECMA-48.
klone+color|color control for ansi.sys and ISO6429-compatible displays:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:pa#64:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:op=\E[37;40m:

# This is better than klone+color, it doesn't assume white-on-black as the
# default color pair,  but many `ANSI' terminals don't grok the <op> cap.
ecma+color|color control for ECMA-48-compatible terminals:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:pa#64:\
	:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:op=\E[39;49m:

# Attribute control for ECMA-48-compatible terminals
ecma+sgr|attribute capabilities for true ECMA-48 terminals:\
	:se=\E[27m:ue=\E[24m:\
	:tc=klone+sgr:

# For comparison, here are all the capabilities implied by the Intel
# Binary Compatibility Standard (level 2) that fit within terminfo.
# For more detail on this rather pathetic standard, see the comments
# near the end of this file.
ibcs2|Intel Binary Compatibility Standard prescriptions:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:S1=\E=%dg:SA=\E[?7h:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:bt=\E[Z:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\Ec:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:ct=\E[g:cv=\E[%i%dd:ec=\E[%dX:ei=:im=:\
	:rc=\E7:sc=\E7:st=\EH:

#### ANSI/ECMA-48 terminals and terminal emulators
#
# See near the end of this file for details on ANSI conformance.
# Don't mess with these entries!  Lots of other entries depend on them!
#
# This section lists entries in a least-capable to most-capable order.
# if you're in doubt about what `ANSI' matches yours, try them in that
# order and back off from the first that breaks.

ansi-mini|any ansi terminal with pessimistic assumptions:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:\
	:le=\E[D:nd=\E[C:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

# ANSI X3.64 from emory!mlhhh (Hugh Hansard) via BRL
#
# The following is an entry for the full ANSI 3.64 (1977).  It lacks
# padding, but most terminals using the standard are "fast" enough
# not to require any -- even at 9600 bps.  If you encounter problems,
# try including the padding specifications.
#
# Note: the "as" and "ae" specifications are not implemented here, for
# the available termcap documentation does not make clear WHICH alternate
# character set to specify.  ANSI 3.64 seems to make allowances for several.
# Please make the appropriate adjustments to fit your needs -- that is
# if you will be using alternate character sets.
#
# There are very few terminals running the full ANSI 3.64 standard,
# so I could only test this entry on one verified terminal (Visual 102).
# I would appreciate the results on other terminals sent to me.
#
# Please report comments, changes, and problems to:
#
# U.S. MAIL:   Hugh Hansard
#              Box: 22830
#              Emory University
#              Atlanta, GA. 30322.
#
# USENET {akgua,msdc,sb1,sb6,gatech}!emory!mlhhh.
#
ansi77|ansi 3.64 standard 1977 version:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=5*\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[;H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=5*\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# Procomm and some other ANSI emulations don't recognize all of the ANSI-
# standard capabilities.  This entry deletes :UP:, :RI:, :DO:, :LE:, and 
# <vpa>/<hpa> capabilities, forcing curses to use repetitions of :up:, 
# :nd:, :do: and :le:.  Also deleted :IC: and :ic:, as QModem up to 
# 5.03 doesn't recognize these.  Finally, we delete :rp: and :sr:, which seem
# to confuse many emulators.  On the other hand, we can count on these programs
# doing :ae:/:as:/:sa:. Older versions of this entry featured 
# <invis=\E[9m>, but <invis=\E[8m> now seems to be more common under
# ANSI.SYS influence.
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> Oct 30 1995
pcansi-m|pcansi-mono|ibm-pc terminal programs claiming to be ansi (mono mode):\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[2g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ho=\E[H:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=\E[D:nd=\E[C:sf=^J:st=\EH:ta=^I:up=\E[A:\
	:tc=klone+sgr-dumb:
pcansi-25-m|pcansi25m|ibm-pc terminal programs with 25 lines (mono mode):\
	:li#25:tc=pcansi-m:
pcansi-33-m|pcansi33m|ibm-pc terminal programs with 33 lines (mono mode):\
	:li#33:tc=pcansi-m:
pcansi-43-m|ansi43m|ibm-pc terminal programs with 43 lines (mono mode):\
	:li#43:tc=pcansi-m:
# The color versions.  All PC emulators do color...
pcansi|cygwin|ibm-pc terminal programs claiming to be ansi:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:co#80:it#8:li#24:pa#64:\
	:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030,\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[12m:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[2g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:\
	:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:op=\E[37;40m:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
pcansi-25|pcansi25|ibm-pc terminal programs with 25 lines:\
	:li#25:tc=pcansi:
pcansi-33|pcansi33|ibm-pc terminal programs with 33 lines:\
	:li#33:tc=pcansi:
pcansi-43|pcansi43|ibm-pc terminal programs with 43 lines:\
	:li#43:tc=pcansi:

# ansi-m -- full ANSI X3.64 with ANSI.SYS-compatible attributes, no color.
# If you want pound signs rather than dollars, replace `B' with `A'
# in the <s0ds>, <s1ds>, <s2ds>, and <s3ds> capabilities.
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> Nov 6 1995
ansi-m|ansi-mono|ANSI X3.64-1979 terminal with ANSI.SYS compatible attributes:\
	:5i:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:cb=\E[1K:ch=\E[%i%dG:ct=\E[2g:cv=\E[%i%dd:ec=\E[%dX:ei=:\
	:im=:kB=\E[Z:kI=\E[L:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:nw=\r\E[S:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:\
	:s0=\E(B:s1=\E)B:s2=\E*B:s3=\E+B:ta=\E[I:\
	:tc=pcansi-m:

# ansi -- this terminfo expresses the largest subset of X3.64 that will fit in
# standard terminfo.  Assumes ANSI.SYS-compatible attributes and color.
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> Nov 6 1995
ansi|ansi/pc-term compatible with color:\
	:5i:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:co#80:it#8:li#24:pa#64:\
	:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:S2=\E[11m:\
	:S3=\E[10m:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030,\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cb=\E[1K:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E[2g:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=:ho=\E[H:im=:kB=\E[Z:kI=\E[L:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[0;10m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\r\E[S:\
	:op=\E[39;49m:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:s0=\E(B:s1=\E)B:s2=\E*B:\
	:s3=\E+B:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=\E[I:\
	:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:u7=\E[6n:u9=\E[c:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

#
# ANSI.SYS entries
#
# This completely describes the sequences specified in the DOS 2.1 ANSI.SYS
# documentation (except for the keyboard key reassignment feature, which
# doesn't fit the <pfkey> model well).  The klone+acs sequences were valid
# though undocumented.  The <pfkey> capability is untested but should work for
# keys F1-F10 (%p1 values outside this range will yield unpredictable results).
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> Nov 7 1995
ansi.sys-old|ANSI.SYS under PC-DOS 2.1:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:co#80:li#25:pa#64:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:S2=\E[11m:S3=\E[10m:SA=\E[?7h:Sb=\E[4%dm:\
	:Sf=\E[3%dm:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030,\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:ce=\E[k:cl=\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:is=\E[m\E[?7h:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[0;10m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:op=\E[37;40m:pk=\E[0;%+\:;"%s":rc=\E[u:sc=\E[s:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:u7=\E[6n:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
ansi.sys|ANSI.SYS 3.1 and later versions:\
	:ce=\E[K:tc=ansi.sys-old:

#
# Define IBM PC keypad keys for vi as per MS-Kermit while using ANSI.SYS.
# This should only be used when the terminal emulator cannot redefine the keys.
# Since redefining keys with ansi.sys also affects PC-DOS programs, the key
# definitions must be restored.  If the terminal emulator is quit while in vi
# or others using :ks:/:ke:, the keypad will not be defined as per PC-DOS.
# The PgUp and PgDn are prefixed with ESC so that tn3270 can be used on Unix
# (^U and ^D are already defined for tn3270).  The ESC is safe for vi but it
# does "beep".  ESC ESC i is used for Ins to avoid tn3270 ESC i for coltab.
# Note that :kl: is always BS, because PC-dos can tolerate this change.
# Caution: vi is limited to 256 string bytes, longer crashes or weirds out vi.
# Consequently the End keypad key could not be set (it is relatively safe and
# actually useful because it sends ^@ O, which beeps and opens a line above).
ansi.sysk|ansisysk|PC-DOS 3.1 ANSI.SYS with keypad redefined for vi:\
	:is=U2 PC-DOS 3.1 ANSI.SYS with keypad redefined for vi 9-29-86\n\E[;75;8p:\
	:ke=\E[;71;0;71p\E[;72;0;72p\E[;73;0;73p\E[;77;0;77p\E[;80;0;80p\E[;81;0;81p\E[;82;0;82p\E[;83;0;83p:\
	:ks=\E[;71;30p\E[;72;11p\E[;73;27;21p\E[;77;12p\E[;80;10p\E[;81;27;4p\E[;82;27;27;105p\E[;83;127p:\
	:tc=ansi.sys:
#
# Adds ins/del line/character, hence vi reverse scrolls/inserts/deletes nicer.
nansi.sys|nansisys|PC-DOS Public Domain NANSI.SYS:\
	:al=\E[1L:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:ei=:ic=\E[1@:im=:\
	:is=U3 PC-DOS Public Domain NANSI.SYS 9-23-86\n:tc=ansi.sys:
#
# See ansi.sysk and nansi.sys above.
nansi.sysk|nansisysk|PC-DOS Public Domain NANSI.SYS with keypad redefined for vi:\
	:al=\E[1L:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:ei=:ic=\E[1@:im=:\
	:is=U4 PC-DOS Public Domain NANSI.SYS with keypad redefined for vi 9-29-86\n\E[;75;8p:tc=ansi.sysk:

#### ANSI console types
#

# This entry is good for the 1.2.13 version of the Linux console driver.
#
# Note: there are numerous broken linux entries out there, which didn't screw
# up BSD termcap but hose ncurses's smarter cursor-movement optimization.
# One common pathology is an incorrect tab length of 4.
#
# ***************************************************************************
# *                                                                         *
# *                           WARNING:                                      *
# * Linuxes come with a default keyboard mapping kcbt=^I.  This entry, in   *
# * response to user requests, assumes kcbt=\E[Z, the ANSI/ECMA reverse-tab *
# * character. Here are the keymap replacement lines that will set this up: *
# *                                                                         *
#	keycode  15 = Tab             Tab
#		alt     keycode  15 = Meta_Tab
#		shift	keycode  15 = F26
#	string F26 ="\033[Z"
# *                                                                         *
# * This has to use a key slot which is unfortunate (any unused one will    *
# # do, F26 is the higher-numbered one).  The change ought to be built      *
# * into the kernel tables.                                                 *
# *                                                                         *
# ***************************************************************************
#
# The 1.3.x kernels add color-change capabilities; if yours doesn't have this
# and it matters, turn off <ccc>.  The %02x escape used to implement this is
# not back-portable to SV curses and not supported in ncurses versions before
# 1.9.9. All linux kernels since 1.2.13 (at least) set the screen size
# themselves; this entry assumes that capability.
#
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> 20 Jun 1997
linux|linux console:\
	:am:eo:mi:ms:ut:xn:xo:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:it#8:pa#64:\
	:&7=^Z:@7=\E[4~:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:\
	:DL=\E[%dM:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:\
	:F5=\E[28~:F6=\E[29~:F7=\E[31~:F8=\E[32~:F9=\E[33~:\
	:FA=\E[34~:IC=\E[%d@:K2=\E[G:S2=\E[11m:S3=\E[10m:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:\
	:k1=\E[[A:k2=\E[[B:k3=\E[[C:k4=\E[[D:k5=\E[[E:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kB=\E[Z:kD=\E[3~:\
	:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=\177:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[1~:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[0;10m:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:op=\E[39;49m:r1=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:u7=\E[6n:\
	:u8=\E[?6c:u9=\E[c:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=200\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
linux-m|Linux console no color:\
	:Co@:pa@:\
	:AB@:AF@:Sb@:Sf@:tc=linux:
linux-c-nc|linux console 1.3.x hack for ncurses only:\
	:cc:\
	:oc=\E]R:tc=linux:
# From: Dennis Henriksen <opus@osrl.dk>, 9 July 1996
linux-c|linux console 1.3.6+ with private palette for each virtual console:\
	:cc:\
	:Co#8:pa#64:\
	:oc=\E]R:\
	:tc=linux:

# See the note on ICH/ICH1 VERSUS RMIR/SMIR near the end of file
linux-nic|linux with ich/ich1 suppressed for non-curses programs:\
	:IC@:ei=:ic@:im=:\
	:tc=linux:

# This assumes you have used setfont(8) to load one of the Linux koi8-r fonts.
linux-koi8|linux with koi8 alternate character set:\
	:ac=l\202m\204k\203j\205u\207t\206v\210w\211q\200x\201n\212o\213s\214p\216r\217`\004a\237f\234g\232~\225.\037-\036+\020\054\021h\222I\2200\215y\230z\231{\267}L|\274:\
	:ae=\E[10m:as=\E[11m:\
	:tc=linux:

# SCO console and SOS-Syscons console for 386bsd
# (scoansi: had unknown capabilities
#	:Gc=N:Gd=K:Gh=M:Gl=L:Gu=J:Gv=\072:\
#	:GC=E:GD=B:GH=D:GL=\64:GU=A:GV=\63:GR=C:
#	:G1=?:G2=Z:G3=@:G4=Y:G5=;:G6=I:G7=H:G8=<:\
#	:CW=\E[M:NU=\E[N:RF=\E[O:RC=\E[P:\
#	:WL=\E[S:WR=\E[T:CL=\E[U:CR=\E[V:\
# I renamed GS/GE/HM/EN/PU/PD/RT and added klone+sgr-dumb, based
# on the :as:=\E[12m  -- esr)
scoansi|SCO Extended ANSI standard crt:\
	:am:bs:eo:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:@7=\E[F:al=\E[L:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\E[M:k2=\E[N:k3=\E[O:k4=\E[P:k5=\E[Q:\
	:k6=\E[R:k7=\E[S:k8=\E[T:k9=\E[U:k;=\E[V:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:nd=\E[C:sf=\E[S:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:up=\E[A:\
	:tc=klone+sgr-dumb:

# This actually describes the generic SVr4 display driver for Intel boxes.
# The :mh=\E[2m: isn't documented and therefore may not be reliable.
# From: Eric Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> Mon Nov 27 19:00:53 EST 1995
att6386|at386|386at|AT&T WGS 6386 console:\
	:am:bw:eo:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:@7=\E[Y:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\EOZ:\
	:F2=\EOA:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``a1fxgqh0jYk?lZm@nEooppqDrrsstCu4vAwBx3yyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[1L:as=\E[12m:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E[2g:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[B:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[1@:im=:is=\E[0;10;39m:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOT:k6=\EOU:k7=\EOV:k8=\EOW:k9=\EOX:\
	:k;=\EOY:kB=^]:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kM=\E0:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[9m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=\r\E[S:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[=1C:vi=\E[=C:\
	:tc=klone+color:
# (pc6300plus: removed ":KM=/usr/lib/ua/kmap.s5:"; renamed BO/EE/CI/CV -- esr)
pc6300plus|AT&T 6300 plus:\
	:am:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E[1L:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:\
	:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[1@:im=:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:\
	:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:k9=\EOk:k;=\EOu:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[9m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[=1C:vi=\E[=C:

# <tv@pobox.com>:
# Entry for the DNARD OpenFirmware console, close to ANSI but not quite.
#
# (still unfinished, but good enough so far.)
ofcons:\
	:bs:bw:co#80:li#30:\
	:ku=\233A:kd=\233B:kr=\233C:kl=\233D:kb=^H:kD=\233P:\
	:k1=\2330P:k2=\2330Q:k3=\2330W:k4=\2330x:k5=\2330t:k6=\2330u:\
	:k7=\2330q:k8=\2330r:k9=\2330p:k;=\2330M:\
	:kN=\233/:kP=\233?:\
	:mb=\2337;2m:se=\2330m:ue=\2330m:\
	:md=\2331m:me=\2330m:mh=\2332m:mk=\2338m:mr=\2337m:\
	:UP=\233%dA:DO=\233%dB:RI=\233%dC:LE=\233%dD:\
	:DC=\233%dP:IC=\233%d@:dc=\233P:ic=\233@:\
	:DL=\233%dM:dl=\233M:AL=\233%dL:al=\233L:\
	:le=\233D:nd=\233C:do=\233B:up=\233A:\
	:cl=^L:cr=^M:ta=^I:bl=^G:vb=^G:\
	:cm=\233%i%d;%dH:cd=\233J:ce=\233K:

#
#	Terminfo entry for the AT&T Unix PC 7300
#	from escape(7) in Unix PC 7300 Manual.
#	Somewhat similar to a vt100-am (but different enough
#	to redo this from scratch.)
#
#	/***************************************************************
#	*
#	*           FONT LOADING PROGRAM FOR THE UNIX PC
#	*
#	*     This routine loads a font defined in the file ALTFONT
#	*     into font memory slot #1.  Once the font has been loaded,
#	*     it can be used as an alternative character set.
#	*
#	*     The call to ioctl with the argument WIOCLFONT is the key 
#	*     to this routine.  For more information, see window(7) in 
#	*     the PC 7300 documentation.
#	***************************************************************/
#	#include <string.h>		/* needed for strcpy call */
#	#include <sys/window.h>         /* needed for ioctl call */
#	#define FNSIZE	60		/* font name size */
#	#define ALTFONT  "/usr/lib/wfont/special.8.ft"  /* font file */
#	/*
#	*     The file /usr/lib/wfont/special.8.ft comes with the
#	*     standard PC software.  It defines a graphics character set
#	*     similar to that of the Teletype 5425 terminal.  To view
#	*     this or other fonts in /usr/lib/wfont, use the command
#	*     cfont <filename>.  For further information on fonts see
#	*     cfont(1) in the PC 7300 documentation.
#	*/
#	
#	struct altfdata 	/* structure for alt font data */
#	{
#	short	altf_slot;		/* memory slot number */
#	char	altf_name[FNSIZE];	/* font name (file name) */
#	};
#	ldfont()
#	{
#		int wd;		/* window in which altfont will be */
#		struct altfdata altf;
#		altf.altf_slot=1;
#		strcpy(altf.altf_name,ALTFONT);
#		for (wd =1; wd < 12; wd++) {
#		     ioctl(wd, WIOCLFONT,&altf);
#	        }
#	}
#
# (att7300: added :vi:/:ve:/:ic:/<invis> from the BSDI entry,
# they're confirmed by the man page for the System V display---esr)
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att7300|unixpc|pc7300|3b1|s4|AT&T UNIX PC Model 7300:\
	:am:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:bt=\E^I:\
	:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:i1=^O:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E5:k6=\E6:k7=\E7:\
	:k8=\E8:kD=\Edc:kI=\Eim:kN=\Epg:kP=\EPG:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:kh=\Ehm:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:md=\E[7m:me=\E[0;10m:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[=1C:vi=\E[=C:

# From: Stefan Stapelberg <stefan@rent-a-guru.de>, 24 Feb 1997
# (iris-ansi: added rmam/smam based on init string -- esr)
iris-ansi|iris-ansi-net|IRIS emulating 40 line ANSI terminal (almost VT100):\
	:am:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#40:\
	:!2=\E[218q:#2=\E[143q:#4=\E[158q:%9=\E[209q:%f=\E[210q:\
	:%i=\E[167q:&7=\E[217q:*4=\E[P:*7=\E[147q:@7=\E[146q:\
	:@8=^M:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\EOR:F2=\EOS:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:is=\E[?1l\E>\E[?7h\E[100g\E[0m\E7\E[r\E8:k1=\E[001q:\
	:k2=\E[002q:k3=\E[003q:k4=\E[004q:k5=\E[005q:k6=\E[006q:\
	:k7=\E[007q:k8=\E[008q:k9=\EOP:k;=\EOQ:kB=\E[Z:kD=\177:\
	:kI=\E[139q:kM=\E[146q:kN=\E[154q:kP=\E[150q:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:pk=\EP101;%d.y%s\E\\:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[1;7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[9/y\E[12/y\E[=6l:\
	:vs=\E[10/y\E[=1h\E[=2l\E[=6h:
iris-ansi-ap|IRIS ANSI in application-keypad mode:\
	:@8=\EOM:F1=\E[011q:F2=\E[012q:is=\E[?1l\E=\E[?7h:\
	:k9=\E[009q:k;=\E[010q:ke=\E>:ks=\E=:\
	:tc=iris-ansi:

# The following is a version of the ibm-pc entry distributed with PC/IX,
# (Interactive Systems' System 3 for the Big Blue), modified by Richard
# McIntosh at UCB/CSM.  The :pt: and :uc: have been removed from the original,
# (the former is untrue, and the latter failed under UCB/man); standout and
# underline modes have been added.  Note: this entry describes the "native"
# capabilities of the PC monochrome display, without ANY emulation; most
# communications packages (but NOT PC/IX connect) do some kind of emulation.
pcix|PC/IX console:\
	:am:bw:eo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\Ec:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:\
	:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:

# (ibmpcx: this entry used to be known as ibmx.
# It formerly included the following extension capabilities:
#	:GC=b:GL=v:GR=t:RT=^J:\
#	:GH=\E[196g:GV=\E[179g:\
#	:GU=\E[193g:GD=\E[194g:\
#	:G1=\E[191g:G2=\E[218g:G3=\E[192g:G4=\E[217g:\
#	:CW=\E[E:NU=\E[F:RF=\E[G:RC=\E[H:\
#	:WL=\E[K:WR=\E[L:CL=\E[M:CR=\E[N:\
# I renamed GS/GE/WL/WR/CL/CR/PU/PD/HM/EN; also, removed a duplicate
# ":kh=\E[Y:".  Added IBM-PC forms characters and highlights, they match
# what was there before. -- esr)
ibmpcx|xenix|ibmx|IBM PC xenix console display:\
	:am:bs:ms:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:@7=\E[d:S2=\E[11m:S3=\E[10m:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030,\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\E[%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\E[K:k2=\E[L:k3=\E[M:k4=\E[N:kN=\E[e:\
	:kP=\E[Z:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[Y:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:


# QNX 4.0 Console
# Michael's original version of this entry had <am@>, :ti=\Ei:,
# :te=\Eh\ER:; this was so terminfo applications could write the lower
# right corner without triggering a scroll.  The ncurses terminfo library can
# handle this case with the :ic: capability, and prefers :am: for better
# optimization.  Bug: The <op> capability resets attributes.
# From: Michael Hunter <mphunter@qnx.com> 30 Jul 1996
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
qnx|qnx4|qnx console:\
	:km:mi:ms:xt:\
	:co#80:it#4:li#25:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\Ef:dl=\EF:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\Ee:im=:k1=\377\201:\
	:k2=\377\202:k3=\377\203:k4=\377\204:k5=\377\205:\
	:k6=\377\206:k7=\377\207:k8=\377\210:k9=\377\211:\
	:kD=\377\254:kI=\377\253:kN=\377\252:kP=\377\242:\
	:kd=\377\251:kh=\377\240:kl=\377\244:kr=\377\246:\
	:ku=\377\241:le=^H:mb=\E{:md=\E<:me=\E}\E]\E>\E):mr=\E(:\
	:nd=\EC:rp=\Eg%r%+ %.:se=\E):sf=^J:so=\E(:sr=\EI:ta=^I:\
	:te=\Eh\ER:ti=\Ei:ue=\E]:up=\EA:us=\E[:ve=\Ey1:vi=\Ey0:\
	:vs=\Ey2:

#### NetBSD consoles
#
# pcvt termcap database entries (corresponding to release 3.31)
# Author's last edit-date: [Fri Sep 15 20:29:10 1995]
#
# (For the terminfo master file, I translated these into terminfo syntax.
# Then I dropped all the pseudo-HP entries. we don't want and can't use
# the :Xs: flag. Then I split :is: into a size-independent :i1: and a
# size-dependent :is:.  Finally, I added <rmam>/<smam> -- esr)

# NOTE: because the 386BSD "vi"/"elvis" seems to have a bug if
# both :ic: and :im: are specified (an original VT220 
# shows the same buggy behaviour!), :ic: has been taken
# out of this entry. for reference, it should be <ich1=\E[@>.
pcvtXX|pcvt vt200 emulator (DEC VT220):\
	:am:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:it#8:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=llmmkkjjuuttvvwwqqxxnnoosspprr``aaffgg~~..--++\054\054hhII00yyzz:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:im=\E[4h:\
	:k1=\E[17~:k2=\E[18~:k3=\E[19~:k4=\E[20~:k5=\E[21~:\
	:k6=\E[23~:k7=\E[24~:k8=\E[25~:kD=\E[3~:kH=\E[4~:kI=\E[2~:\
	:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=\177:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[1~:\
	:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:r1=\Ec\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:

#	NetBSD/FreeBSD vt220 terminal emulator console (pc keyboard & monitor)
#	termcap entries for pure VT220-Emulation and 25, 28, 35, 40, 43 and
#	50 lines entries; 80 columns
pcvt25|dec vt220 emulation with 25 lines:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:is=\E[1;25r\E[25;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt28|dec vt220 emulation with 28 lines:\
	:co#80:li#28:\
	:is=\E[1;28r\E[28;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt35|dec vt220 emulation with 35 lines:\
	:co#80:li#35:\
	:is=\E[1;35r\E[35;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt40|dec vt220 emulation with 40 lines:\
	:co#80:li#40:\
	:is=\E[1;40r\E[40;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt43|dec vt220 emulation with 43 lines:\
	:co#80:li#43:\
	:is=\E[1;43r\E[43;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt50|dec vt220 emulation with 50 lines:\
	:co#80:li#50:\
	:is=\E[1;50r\E[50;1H:tc=pcvtXX:

#	NetBSD/FreeBSD vt220 terminal emulator console (pc keyboard & monitor)
#	termcap entries for pure VT220-Emulation and 25, 28, 35, 40, 43 and
#	50 lines entries; 132 columns
pcvt25w|dec vt220 emulation with 25 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#25:\
	:is=\E[1;25r\E[25;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt28w|dec vt220 emulation with 28 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#28:\
	:is=\E[1;28r\E[28;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt35w|dec vt220 emulation with 35 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#35:\
	:is=\E[1;35r\E[35;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt40w|dec vt220 emulation with 40 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#40:\
	:is=\E[1;40r\E[40;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt43w|dec vt220 emulation with 43 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#43:\
	:is=\E[1;43r\E[43;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
pcvt50w|dec vt220 emulation with 50 lines and 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#50:\
	:is=\E[1;50r\E[50;1H:tc=pcvtXX:

# NetBSD/x68k console vt200 emulator. This port runs on a 68K machine
# manufactured by Sharp for the Japenese market.
# From Minoura Makoto <minoura@netlaputa.or.jp>, 12 May 1996
x68k|x68k-ite|NetBSD/x68k ITE:\
	:co#96:li#32:\
	:%1=\E[28~:kC=\E[9~:tc=vt220:

# NetBSD "wscons" emulator in vt220 mode
# These are micro-minimal and probably need to be redone for real
# after the manner of the pcvt entries.
wsvt25|NetBSD wscons in 25 line DEC VT220 mode:\
	:Co#16:NC#32:pa#256:it#8:ms:ut:\
	:@7=\E[8~:is=\E[r\E[25;1H:\
	:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kh=\E[7~:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:\
	:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:op=\E[m:\
	:co#80:li#25:tc=vt220:

wsvt25m|NetBSD wscons in 25 line DEC VT220 mode with Meta:\
	:km:tc=wsvt25:

# NetBSD 'window version 2'
# This is the window-v2 binding that NetBSD's window(1) exports into
# the TERMCAP environment variable.
# Note that older versions of window have a bug where turning off
# underscore or standout also turns off the other, but does not reset
# the internal state.
WW|window-v2|window program version 2: \
	:am:bs:da:db:ms:pt:cr=^M:nl=^J:bl=^G:ta=^I: \
	:cm=\EY%+ %+ :le=^H:nd=\EC:up=\EA:do=\EB:ho=\EH: \
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:me=\Er^?:co#80:li#24:se=\ErA:so=\EsA: \
	:mr=\EsA:ue=\ErD:us=\EsD:ae=\ErH:as=\EsH:al=\EL:dl=\EM: \
	:im=\E@:ei=\EO:ic=:mi:dc=\EN: \
	:kb=^H:ku=^[OA:kd=^[OB:kl=^[OD:kr=^[OC:kh=^[OH:

#### FreeBSD console entries
#
# From: Andrey Chernov <ache@astral.msk.su> 29 Mar 1996
# Andrey Chernov maintains the FreeBSD termcap distributions.
#
# Note: Users of FreeBSD 2.1.0 and older versions must either upgrade
# or comment out the :cb: capability in the console entry.
#
# Alexander Lukyanov reports:
# I have seen FreeBSD-2.1.5R... The old el1 bug changed, but it is still there.
# Now el1 clears not only to the line beginning, but also a large chunk
# of previous line. But there is another bug - ech does not work at all.
# (Accordingly, :ec:=\E[%p1%dX and <el1>=\E[1K have been removed.)
#


# for syscons
# common entry without semigraphics
# Bug: The <op> capability resets attributes.
cons25w|ansiw|ansi80x25-raw|freebsd console (25-line raw mode):\
	:NP:am:bw:eo:ms:ut:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#25:pa#64:\
	:@7=\E[F:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[W:\
	:F2=\E[X:IC=\E[%d@:K2=\E[E:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%d`:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\E[M:k2=\E[N:k3=\E[O:k4=\E[P:\
	:k5=\E[Q:k6=\E[R:k7=\E[S:k8=\E[T:k9=\E[U:k;=\E[V:kB=\E[Z:\
	:kD=\177:kI=\E[L:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mh=\E[30;1m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\E[E:op=\E[x:\
	:r1=\E[x\E[m\Ec:se=\E[m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:\
	:up=\E[A:
cons25|ansis|ansi80x25|freebsd console (25-line ansi mode):\
	:ac=l\332m\300k\277j\331u\264t\303v\301w\302q\304x\263n\305`\004a\260f\370g\361~\371.\031-\030h\261I^U0\333y\363z\362:\
	:tc=cons25w:
cons25-m|ansis-mono|ansi80x25-mono|freebsd console (25-line mono ansi mode):\
	:Co@:pa@:\
	:Sb@:Sf@:md@:mh@:op@:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:tc=cons25:
cons30|ansi80x30|freebsd console (30-line ansi mode):\
	:li#30:tc=cons25:
cons30-m|ansi80x30-mono|freebsd console (30-line mono ansi mode):\
	:li#30:tc=cons25-m:
cons43|ansi80x43|freebsd console (43-line ansi mode):\
	:li#43:tc=cons25:
cons43-m|ansi80x43-mono|freebsd console (43-line mono ansi mode):\
	:li#43:tc=cons25-m:
cons50|ansil|ansi80x50|freebsd console (50-line ansi mode):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25:
cons50-m|ansil-mono|ansi80x50-mono|freebsd console (50-line mono ansi mode):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25-m:
cons60|ansi80x60|freebsd console (60-line ansi mode):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25:
cons60-m|ansi80x60-mono|freebsd console (60-line mono ansi mode):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25-m:
cons25r|pc3r|ibmpc3r|cons25-koi8-r|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic:\
	:ac=q\200x\201m\204v\211j\205t\206n\212u\207l\202w\210k\203y\230z\231f\234~\225a\220h\221`\004.\031-\030I^U0\215:\
	:tc=cons25w:
cons25r-m|pc3r-m|ibmpc3r-mono|cons25-koi8r-m|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic (mono):\
	:Co@:pa@:\
	:Sb@:Sf@:op@:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:tc=cons25r:
cons50r|cons50-koi8r|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic (50 lines):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25r:
cons50r-m|cons50-koi8r-m|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic (50-line mono):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25r-m:
cons60r|cons60-koi8r|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic (60 lines):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25r:
cons60r-m|cons60-koi8r-m|freebsd console w/koi8-r cyrillic (60-line mono):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25r-m:
# ISO 8859-1 FreeBSD console
cons25l1|cons25-iso8859|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars:\
	:ac=l\215m\216k\214j\213u\226t\225v\227w\230q\222x\231n\217o\220s\224p\221r\223`\201a\202f\207g\210~\237.\031-\030+\253\054\273I\247y\232z\233:\
	:tc=cons25w:
cons25l1-m|cons25-iso-m|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars (mono):\
	:Co@:pa@:\
	:Sb@:Sf@:md@:mh@:op@:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:tc=cons25l1:
cons50l1|cons50-iso8859|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars (50 lines):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25l1:
cons50l1-m|cons50-iso-m|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars (50-line mono):\
	:li#50:tc=cons25l1-m:
cons60l1|cons60-iso|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars (60 lines):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25l1:
cons60l1-m|cons60-iso-m|freebsd console w/iso 8859-1 chars (60-line mono):\
	:li#60:tc=cons25l1-m:

#### 386BSD and BSD/OS Consoles
#

# This was the original 386BSD console entry (I think).  
# Some places it's named oldpc3|oldibmpc3.
# From: Alex R.N. Wetmore <aw2t@andrew.cmu.edu>
origpc3|origibmpc3|IBM PC 386BSD Console:\
	:am:bs:bw:eo:xo:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:ac=l\332q\304k\277x\263j\331m\300w\302u\264v\301t\303n\305:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\Ec:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[Y:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:md=\E[7m:\
	:me=\E[m\E[1;0x\E[2;7x:nd=\E[C:se=\E[1;0x\E[2;7x:\
	:sf=\E[S:so=\E[1;7x\E[2;0x:sr=\E[T:ue=\E[1;0x\E[2;7x:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[1;7x\E[2;0x:

# description of BSD/386 console emulator in version 1.0 (supplied by BSDI)
oldpc3|oldibmpc3|old IBM PC BSD/386 Console:\
	:bs:km:\
	:li#25:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cr=^M:dl=\E[M:do=^J:kH=\E[F:kI=\E[L:kN=\E[G:\
	:kP=\E[I:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:md=\E[=15F:me=\E[=R:mh=\E[=8F:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:

# Description of BSD/OS console emulator in version 1.1, 2.0, 2.1
# Note, the emulator supports many of the additional console features
# listed in the iBCS2 (e.g. character-set selection) though not all
# are described here.  This entry really ought to be upgraded.
# Also note, the console will also work with fewer lines after doing
# "stty rows NN", e.g. to use 24 lines.
# (Color support from Kevin Rosenberg <kevin@cyberport.com>, 2 May 1996) 
# Bug: The <op> capability resets attributes.
bsdos|BSD/OS console:\
	:am:bs:bw:eo:km:xo:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#25:pa#64:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\Ec:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:kH=\E[F:kI=\E[L:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0m:\
	:mh=\E[=8F:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:op=\E[x:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[0m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:up=\E[A:
bsdos-bold|IBM PC BSD/386 Console with bold instead of underline:\
	:ue=\E[0m:us=\E[1m:\
	:tc=bsdos:

# If you are BSDI, you want the following entries, for the moment.  
# In release 2.0 they will probably phase out the pc3 and ibmpc3 names
pc3|IBM PC BSD/386 Console:\
	:mh@:tc=bsdos:
ibmpc3|pc3-bold|IBM PC BSD/386 Console with bold instead of underline:\
	:us=\E[1m:\
	:tc=bsdos-bold:

#### DEC VT100 and compatibles
#
# DEC terminals from the vt100 forward (and the vt52, way obsolete but still
# the basis of some emulations) are collected here. Older DEC terminals and
# micro consoles can be found in the `obsolete' section.  More details on
# the relationship between the VT100 and ANSI X3.64/ISO 6429/ECMA-48 may be
# found near the end of this file.
#
# Except where noted, these entries are DEC's official terminfos.
# Contact Bill Hedberg <hedberg@hannah.enet.dec.com> of Terminal Support
# Engineering for more information.  Updated terminfos and termcaps 
# are kept available at ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/termcaps.
#
# In October 1995 DEC sold its terminals business, including the VT and Dorio
# line and trademark, to SunRiver Data Systems.  SunRiver has since changed
# its name to Boundless Technologies; see http://www.boundless.com.
#

# (The <acsc>, :ae:, and :as: capabilities aren't in DEC's official
# entry -- esr)
vt52|dec vt52:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\EG:as=\EF:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:do=\EB:ho=\EH:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:\
	:le=\ED:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# NOTE:  Any VT100 emulation, whether in hardware or software, almost
# certainly includes what DEC called the `Level 1 editing extension' codes;
# only the very oldest VT100s lacked these and there probably aren't any of
# those left alive.  To capture these, use one of the VT102 entries.
#
# Note that the :xn: glitch in vt100 is not quite the same as on the Concept,
# since the cursor is left in a different position while in the
# weird state (concept at beginning of next line, vt100 at end
# of this line) so all versions of vi before 3.7 don't handle
# :xn: right on vt100. The correct way to handle :xn: is when
# you output the char in column 80, immediately output CR LF
# and then assume you are in column 1 of the next line. If :xn:
# is on, am should be on too.
# 
# I assume you have smooth scroll off or are at a slow enough baud
# rate that it doesn't matter (1200? or less). Also this assumes
# that you set auto-nl to "on", if you set it off use vt100-nam 
# below.
# 
# The padding requirements listed here are guesses. It is strongly
# recommended that xon/xoff be enabled, as this is assumed here.
# 
# The vt100 uses <rs2> and <rf> rather than :is:/:ct:/:st: because the 
# tab settings are in non-volatile memory and don't need to be 
# reset upon login. Also setting the number of columns glitches 
# the screen annoyingly. You can type "reset" to get them set.
#
# Here's a diagram of the VT100 keypad keys with their bindings.
# The top line is the name of the key (some DEC keyboards have the keys
# labelled somewhat differently, like GOLD instead of PF1, but this is
# the most "official" name).  The second line is the escape sequence it
# generates in Application Keypad mode (where "$" means the ESC
# character).  The third line contains two items, first the mapping of
# the key in terminfo, and then in termcap.
#   _______________________________________
#  |   PF1   |   PF2   |   PF3   |   PF4   |
#  |   $OP   |   $OQ   |   $OR   |   $OS   |
#  |_kf1__k1_|_kf2__k2_|_kf3__k3_|_kf4__k4_|
#  |    7         8         9         -    |
#  |   $Ow   |   $Ox   |   $Oy   |   $Om   |
#  |_kf9__k9_|_kf10_k;_|_kf0__k0_|_________|
#  |    4    |    5    |    6    |    ,    |
#  |   $Ot   |   $Ou   |   $Ov   |   $Ol   |
#  |_kf5__k5_|_kf6__k6_|_kf7__k7_|_kf8__k8_|
#  |    1    |    2    |    3    |         |
#  |   $Oq   |   $Or   |   $Os   |  enter  |
#  |_ka1__K1_|_kb2__K2_|_ka3__K3_|  $OM    |
#  |         0         |   .     |         |
#  |        $Op        |  $On    |         |
#  |___kc1_______K4____|_kc3__K5_|_kent_@8_|
#
# And here, for those of you with orphaned VT100s lacking documentation, is
# a description of the soft switches invoked when you do `Set Up'.
# 
#  Scroll 0-Jump               Shifted 3   0-#
#  |      1-Smooth             |           1-British pound sign
#  | Autorepeat 0-Off          | Wrap Around 0-Off
#  | |          1-On           | |           1-On
#  | | Screen 0-Dark Bkg       | | New Line 0-Off
#  | | |      1-Light Bkg      | | |        1-On
#  | | | Cursor 0-Underline    | | | Interlace 0-Off
#  | | | |      1-Block        | | | |         1-On
#  | | | |                     | | | |
#  1 1 0 1       1 1 1 1       0 1 0 0       0 0 1 0       <--Standard Settings
#                | | | |                     | | | |
#                | | | Auto XON/XOFF 0-Off   | | | Power 0-60 Hz
#                | | |               1-On    | | |       1-50 Hz
#                | | Ansi/VT52 0-VT52        | | Bits Per Char. 0-7 Bits
#                | |           1-ANSI        | |                1-8 Bits
#                | Keyclick 0-Off            | Parity 0-Off
#                |          1-On             |        1-On
#                Margin Bell 0-Off           Parity Sense 0-Odd
#                            1-On                         1-Even
#
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	ANSI_MODE	AUTO_XON/XOFF_ON	NEWLINE_OFF	80_COLUMNS
#	WRAP_AROUND_ON  JUMP_SCROLL_OFF
# Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements; I recommend
#	AUTOREPEAT_ON	BLOCK_CURSOR	MARGIN_BELL_OFF    SHIFTED_3_#
# Unless you have a graphics add-on such as Digital Engineering's VT640
# (and even then, whenever it can be arranged!) you should set
#	INTERLACE_OFF
#
# (I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string, also :bs: -- esr)
vt100|vt100-am|dec vt100 (w/advanced video):\
	:am:bs:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:@8=\EOM:DO=\E[%dB:K1=\EOq:K2=\EOr:K3=\EOs:K4=\EOp:K5=\EOn:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:do=^J:\
	:eA=\E(B:ho=\E[H:k0=\EOy:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOt:k6=\EOu:k7=\EOv:k8=\EOl:k9=\EOw:k;=\EOx:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
vt100nam|vt100-nam|vt100 no automargins:\
	:am@:xn@:tc=vt100-am:

# Ordinary vt100 in 132 column ("wide") mode.
vt100-w|vt100-w-am|dec vt100 132 cols (w/advanced video):\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?8h:tc=vt100-am:
vt100-w-nam|vt100-nam-w|dec vt100 132 cols (w/advanced video no automargin):\
	:co#132:li#14:vt@:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?8h:tc=vt100-nam:

# vt100 with no advanced video.
vt100-nav|vt100 without advanced video option:\
	:sg#1:\
	:mb@:md@:me@:mr@:sa@:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ue@:us@:tc=vt100:
vt100-nav-w|vt100-w-nav|dec vt100 132 cols 14 lines (no advanced video option):\
	:co#132:li#14:tc=vt100-nav:

# vt100 with one of the 24 lines used as a status line.
# We put the status line on the top.
vt100-s|vt100-s-top|vt100-top-s|vt100 for use with top sysline:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#23:\
	:cl=\E[2;1H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%+^A;%dH:cs=\E[%i%i%d;%dr:\
	:ds=\E7\E[1;24r\E8:fs=\E8:ho=\E[2;1H:is=\E7\E[2;24r\E8:\
	:ts=\E7\E[1;%dH\E[1K:\
	:tc=vt100-am:

# Status line at bottom. 
# Clearing the screen will clobber status line.
vt100-s-bot|vt100-bot-s|vt100 for use with bottom sysline:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#23:\
	:ds=\E7\E[1;24r\E8:fs=\E8:is=\E[1;23r\E[23;1H:\
	:ts=\E7\E[24;%dH\E[1K:\
	:tc=vt100-am:

# Most of the `vt100' emulators out there actually emulate a vt102
# This entry (or vt102-nsgr) is probably the right thing to use for
# these.  
vt102|dec vt102:\
	:mi:\
	:al=\E[L:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:tc=vt100:
vt102-w|dec vt102 in wide mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:r3=\E[?3h:tc=vt102:

# Many brain-dead PC comm programs that pretend to be `vt100-compatible'
# fail to interpret the ^O and ^N escapes properly.  Symptom: the :me:
# string in the canonical vt100 entry above leaves the screen littered
# with little  snowflake or star characters (IBM PC ROM character \017 = ^O)
# after highlight turnoffs.  This entry should fix that, and even leave
# ACS support working, at the cost of making multiple-highlight changes 
# slightly more expensive.
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> July 22 1995
vt102-nsgr|vt102 no sgr (use if you see snowflakes after highlight changes):\
	:me=\E[m:sa@:\
	:tc=vt102:

# VT125 Graphics CRT.  Clear screen also erases graphics
vt125|vt125 graphics terminal:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J\EPpS(E)\E\:tc=vt100:

# This isn't a DEC entry, it came from University of Wisconsin.
# (vt131: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string, also :bs: -- esr)
vt131|dec vt131:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:RA=\E[?7h:SA=\E[?7h:bl=^G:cd=50\E[J:ce=3\E[K:\
	:cl=50\E[;H\E[2J:cm=5\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:do=^J:ho=\E[H:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=2\E[5m:md=2\E[1m:\
	:me=2\E[m:mr=2\E[7m:nd=2\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:r1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=2\E[m:so=2\E[7m:sr=5\EM:ta=^I:ue=2\E[m:up=2\E[A:\
	:us=2\E[4m:

# vt132 - like vt100 but slower and has ins/del line and such.
# I'm told that :im:/:ei: are backwards in the terminal from the
# manual and from the ANSI standard, this describes the actual 
# terminal. I've never actually used a vt132 myself, so this 
# is untested.
#
vt132|DEC vt132:\
	:xn:\
	:al=\E[L:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=\E[4h:im=\E[4l:ip=:sf=\n:tc=vt100:

# vt220:
# This vt220 description maps F5--F9 to the second block of function keys
# at the top of the keyboard.  The "DO" key is used as F10 to avoid conflict
# with the key marked (ESC) on the vt220.  See vt220d for an alternate mapping.
# PF1--PF4 are used as F1--F4.
#
vt220|vt200|DEC VT220 in vt100 emulation mode:\
	:am:bs:mi:pt:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:vt#3:\
	:@7=\E[4~:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:k5=\E[17~:k6=\E[18~:k7=\E[19~:k8=\E[20~:k9=\E[21~:\
	:k;=\E[29~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[1~:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nl=^J:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=20\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=14\EM:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
vt220-w|vt200-w|DEC vt220 in wide mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:r3=\E[?3h:tc=vt220:

#
# vt220d:
# This vt220 description regards F6--F10 as the second block of function keys
# at the top of the keyboard.  This mapping follows the description given
# in the VT220 Programmer Reference Manual and agrees with the labeling
# on some terminals that emulate the vt220.  There is no support for an F5.
# See vt220 for an alternate mapping. 
#
vt220d|DEC VT220 in vt100 mode with DEC function key labeling:\
	:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:F5=\E[28~:\
	:F6=\E[29~:F7=\E[31~:F8=\E[32~:F9=\E[33~:FA=\E[34~:k5@:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:\
	:tc=vt220:

vt220-nam|v200-nam|VT220 in vt100 mode with no auto margins:\
	:am@:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7l\E[?8h:tc=vt220:

# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt220-8|dec vt220 8 bit terminal:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[?7h\E[>\E[?1h\E F\E[?4l:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kI=\E[2~:\
	:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:\
	:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:

# This was DEC's vt320.  Use the purpose-built one below instead 
#vt320|DEC VT320 in vt100 emulation mode,
#	use=vt220,

# vt220 termcap written Tue Oct 25 20:41:10 1988 by Alex Latzko
# (not an official DEC entry!)
# The problem with real vt220 terminals is they don't send escapes when in
# in vt220 mode.  This can be gotten around two ways.  1> don't send
# escapes or 2> put the vt220 into vt100 mode and use all the nifty
# features of vt100 advanced video which it then has.
#
# This entry takes the view of putting a vt220 into vt100 mode so
# you can use the escape key in emacs and everything else which needs it.
#
# You probably don't want to use this on a VMS machine since VMS will think
# it has a vt220 and will get fouled up coming out of emacs
#
# From: Alexander Latzko <latzko@marsenius.rutgers.edu>, 30 Dec 1996
vt200-js|vt220-js|dec vt200 series with jump scroll:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:dm=:do=^J:ed=:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[61"p\E[H\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?1l\E[?5l\E[?6l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[?25h\E>\E[m:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:\
	:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:nw=^M\ED:r1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:rf=/usr/lib/tabset/vt100:se=5\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=5\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
 
#
# Use v320n for SCO's LYRIX.  Otherwise, use Adam Thompson's vt320-nam.
#
vt320nam|v320n|DEC VT320 in vt100 emul. mode with NO AUTO WRAP mode:\
	:am@:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7l\E[?8h:tc=vt220:

# These entries are not DEC's official ones, they were purpose-built for the 
# VT320.  Here are the designer's notes:
# <kel> is end on a PC kbd.  Actually 'select' on a VT.  Mapped to 
# 'Erase to End of Field'... since nothing seems to use 'end' anyways...
# khome is Home on a PC kbd.  Actually 'FIND' on a VT.
# Things that use <knxt> usually use tab anyways... and things that don't use
# tab usually use <knxt> instead...
# kprv is same as tab - Backtab is useless...
# I left out :sa: because of its RIDICULOUS complexity,
# and the resulting fact that it causes the termcap translation of the entry
# to SMASH the 1k-barrier...
# From: Adam Thompson <thompson@xanth.magic.mb.ca> Sept 10 1995
# (vt320: uncommented :fs: --esr) 
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt320|vt300|dec vt320 7 bit terminal:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[0$}:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=\177:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[1~:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ts=\E[1$}\E[H\E[K:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
vt320-nam|vt300-nam|dec vt320 7 bit terminal with no am to make SAS happy:\
	:am@:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:tc=vt320:
# We have to init 132-col mode, not 80-col mode.
vt320-w|vt300-w|dec vt320 wide 7 bit terminal:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:tc=vt320:
vt320-w-nam|vt300-w-nam|dec vt320 wide 7 bit terminal with no am:\
	:am@:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[5?l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:tc=vt320-w:

# VT330 and VT340 -- These are ReGIS and SIXEL graphics terminals
#   which are pretty much a superset of the VT320.  They have the
#   host writable status line, yet another different DRCS matrix size,
#   and such, but they add the DEC Technical character set, Multiple text
#   pages, selectable length pages, and the like.  The difference between
#   the vt330 and vt340 is that the latter has only 2 planes and a monochrome
#   monitor, the former has 4 planes and a color monitor.  These terminals
#   support VT131 and ANSI block mode, but as with much of these things,
#   termcap/terminfo doesn't deal with these features.
#
# Note that this entry is are set up in what was the standard way for GNU
# Emacs v18 terminal modes to deal with the cursor keys in that the arrow
# keys were switched into application mode at the same time the numeric pad
# is switched into application mode.  This changes the definitions of the
# arrow keys.  Emacs v19 is smarter and mines its keys directly out of 
# your termcap or terminfo entry,
#
# From: Daniel Glasser <dag@persoft.persoft.com>, 13 Oct 1993
# (vt340: string capability "sb=\E[M" corrected to "sr";
# also, added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
vt340|dec-vt340|vt330|dec-vt330|dec vt340 graphics terminal with 24 line page:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[2$~\r\E[1$}\E[K\E[$}:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=\E[$}:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E F\E>\E[?1h\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l1=pf1:l2=pf2:l3=pf3:l4=pf4:\
	:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:\
	:r1=\E[?3l:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E[2$~\E[1$}\E[1;%dH:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=200\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:

# DEC doesn't supply a vt400 description, so we add Daniel Glasser's
# (originally written with vt420 as its primary name, and usable for it).
# 
# VT400/420 -- This terminal is a superset of the vt320.  It adds the multiple 
#    text pages and long text pages with selectable length of the vt340, along
#    with left and right margins, rectangular area text copy, fill, and erase
#    operations, selected region character attribute change operations,
#    page memory and rectangle checksums, insert/delete column, reception
#    macros, and other features too numerous to remember right now.  TERMCAP
#    can only take advantage of a few of these added features.
#
# Note that this entry is are set up in what was the standard way for GNU
# Emacs v18 terminal modes to deal with the cursor keys in that the arrow
# keys were switched into application mode at the same time the numeric pad
# is switched into application mode.  This changes the definitions of the
# arrow keys.  Emacs v19 is smarter and mines its keys directly out of 
# your termcap entry,
#
# From: Daniel Glasser <dag@persoft.persoft.com>, 13 Oct 1993
# (vt400: string capability ":sb=\E[M:" corrected to ":sr=\E[M:";
# also, added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt400|vt400-24|dec-vt400|dec vt400 24x80 column autowrap:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:\
	:cd=10\E[J:ce=4\E[K:cl=10\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ds=\E[2$~\r\E[1$}\E[K\E[$}:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[$}:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E F\E>\E[?1h\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:\
	:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E[2$~\E[1$}\E[1;%dH:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=200\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:

# (vt420: I removed :k0:, it collided with <kf10>.  I also restored
# a missing :sc: -- esr)
vt420|DEC VT420:\
	:am:mi:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:vt#3:\
	:*6=\E[4~:@0=\E[1~:RA=\E[?7l:\
	:S5=\E[?0;0r\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i2=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[17~:k6=\E[18~:k7=\E[19~:k8=\E[20~:\
	:k9=\E[21~:k;=\E[29~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:r3=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

#
#  DECUDK   
#               if (key < 16) then  value = key;
#               else if (key < 21) then value = key + 1; 
#               else if (key < 25) then value = key + 2;
#               else if (key < 27) then value = key + 3;
#               else if (key < 30) then value = key + 4;
#               else value = key + 5;
#
vt420pc|DEC VT420 w/PC keyboard:\
	:@7=\E[4~:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[11;2~:F4=\E[12;2~:\
	:F5=\E[13;2~:F6=\E[14;2~:F7=\E[15;2~:F8=\E[17;2~:\
	:F9=\E[18;2~:FA=\E[19;2~:FB=\E[20;2~:FC=\E[21;2~:\
	:FD=\E[23;2~:FE=\E[24;2~:FF=\E[23~:FG=\E[24~:FH=\E[25~:\
	:FI=\E[26~:FJ=\E[28~:FK=\E[29~:FL=\E[31~:FM=\E[32~:\
	:FN=\E[33~:FO=\E[34~:FP=\E[35~:FQ=\E[36~:FR=\E[23;2~:\
	:FS=\E[24;2~:FT=\E[25;2~:FU=\E[26;2~:FV=\E[28;2~:\
	:FW=\E[29;2~:FX=\E[31;2~:FY=\E[32;2~:FZ=\E[33;2~:\
	:Fa=\E[34;2~:Fb=\E[35;2~:Fc=\E[36;2~:\
	:S6=USR_TERM\072vt420pcdos\072:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:\
	:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kD=\177:kh=\E[H:\
	:tc=vt420:

vt420pcdos|DEC VT420 w/PC for DOS Merge:\
	:li#25:\
	:S4=\E[?1;2r\E[34h:\
	:S5=\E[?0;0r\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:S6@:\
	:me=\E[m:sa@:\
	:tc=vt420pc:

vt420f|DEC VT420 with VT kbd; VT400 mode; F1-F5 used as Fkeys:\
	:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:F5=\E[28~:\
	:F6=\E[29~:F7=\E[31~:F8=\E[32~:F9=\E[33~:FA=\E[34~:\
	:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:\
	:kD=\177:kh=\E[H:l1=\EOP:l2=\EOQ:l3=\EOR:l4=\EOS:\
	:tc=vt420:

vt510|DEC VT510:\
	:tc=vt420:
vt510pc|DEC VT510 w/PC keyboard:\
	:tc=vt420pc:
vt510pcdos|DEC VT510 w/PC for DOS Merge:\
	:tc=vt420pcdos:

# VT520/VT525
#
# The VT520 is a monochrome text terminal capable of managing up to
# four independent sessions in the terminal.  It has multiple ANSI
# emulations (VT520, VT420, VT320, VT220, VT100, VT PCTerm, SCO Console)
# and ASCII emulations (WY160/60, PCTerm, 50/50+, 150/120, TVI 950,
# 925 910+, ADDS A2).  This terminfo data is for the ANSI emulations only.
#
# Terminal Set-Up is entered by pressing [F3], [Caps Lock]/[F3] or
# [Alt]/[Print Screen] depending upon which keyboard and which
# terminal mode is being used.  If Set-Up has been disabled or
# assigned to an unknown key, Set-Up may be entered by pressing
# [F3] as the first key after power up, regardless of keyboard type.
# (vt520: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string, also :sc: -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt520|DEC VT520:\
	:am:mi:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:vt#3:\
	:*6=\E[4~:@0=\E[1~:RA=\E[?7l:\
	:S5=\E[?0;0r\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i2=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k0=\E[29~:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[17~:k6=\E[18~:k7=\E[19~:k8=\E[20~:\
	:k9=\E[21~:k;=\E[29~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:r3=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:\
	:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# (vt525: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string;
# removed :se:=\E[m, :ue:=\E[m, added :sc: -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt525|DEC VT525:\
	:am:mi:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:vt#3:\
	:*6=\E[4~:@0=\E[1~:RA=\E[?7l:\
	:S5=\E[?0;0r\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i2=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k0=\E[29~:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[17~:k6=\E[18~:k7=\E[19~:k8=\E[20~:\
	:k9=\E[21~:k;=\E[29~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:r3=\E[?67h\E[64;1"p:\
	:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt300:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

#### VT100 emulations
#

# John Hawkinson <jhawk@MIT.EDU> tells us that the EWAN telnet for Windows
# (the best Windows telnet as of September 1995) presents the name `dec-vt100'
# to telnetd.   Michael Deutschmann <ldeutsch@mail.netshop.net> informs us
# that this works best with a stock vt100 entry.
dec-vt100|EWAN telnet's vt100 emulation:\
	:tc=vt100:

# From: Adrian Garside <94ajg2@eng.cam.ac.uk>, 19 Nov 1996
dec-vt220|DOS tnvt200 terminal emulator:\
	:am@:tc=vt220:

# Zstem340 is an (IMHO) excellent VT emulator for PC's.  I recommend it to
# anyone who needs PC VT340 emulation. (or anything below that level, for
# that matter -- DEC's ALL-in-1 seems happy with it, as does INFOPLUS's
# RDBM systems, it includes ReGIS and SiXel support!  I'm impressed...
# I can send the address if requested.
# (z340: changed garbled \E[5?l to \E[?5l, DEC smooth scroll off -- esr)
# From: Adam Thompson <thompson@xanth.magic.mb.ca> Sept 10 1995
z340|zstem vt340 terminal emulator 132col 42line:\
	:li#42:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;42r\E[42;1H:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;42r\E[42;1H:\
	:tc=vt320-w:
z340-nam|zstem vt340 terminal emulator 132col 42line:\
	:am@:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;42r\E[42;1H:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7l\E[?8h\E[1;42r\E[42;1H:\
	:tc=z340:

#### X terminal emulators
#
# You can add the following line to your .Xdefaults to change the terminal type
# set by the xterms you start up to my-xterm:
#
# *termName:  my-xterm
#
# System administrators can change the default entry for xterm instances
# by adding a similar line to /usr/X11/lib/X11/app-defaults/XTerm.  In either
# case, xterm will detect and reject an invalid terminal type, falling back
# to the default of xterm.
#

# X10/6.6	11/7/86, minus alternate screen, plus (csr)
# (xterm: ":MT:" changed to ":km:"; added <smam>/<rmam> based on init string;
# removed (hs, eslok, tsl=\E[?E\E[?%i%dT, fsl=\E[?F, dsl=\E[?E)
# as these seem not to work -- esr)
x10term|vs100-x10|xterm terminal emulator (X10 window system):\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#65:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E\E[m\E[?7h\E[?1;4l:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:rs=\E[r\E<\E[m\E[H\E[2J\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# Compatible with the R5 xterm 
# (from the XFree86 3.2 distribution, <blink=@> removed)
xterm-r5|xterm R5 version:\
	:am:bs:km:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[23~:\
	:F2=\E[24~:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:k0=\EOq:k1=\E[11~:\
	:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kA=\E[30~:\
	:kD=\E[3~:kE=\E[8~:kI=\E[2~:kL=\E[31~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[7~:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r1=\E>\E[1;3;4;5;6l\E[?7h\E[m\E[r\E[2J\E[H:\
	:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:up=\E[A:
# Compatible with the R6 xterm
# (from XFree86 3.2 distribution, <acsc> and :it: added, <blink@> removed)
xterm-r6|xterm-old|xterm X11R6 version:\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:*6=\E[4~:@0=\E[1~:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:\
	:F5=\E[28~:F6=\E[29~:F7=\E[31~:F8=\E[32~:F9=\E[33~:\
	:FA=\E[34~:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:eA=\E(B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E7\E[r\E[m\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l\E8\E>:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:\
	:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:ml=\El:\
	:mr=\E[7m:mu=\Em:nd=\E[C:\
	:r2=\E7\E[r\E[m\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l\E8\E>:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
# This is the base xterm entry for the xterm supplied with XFree86 3.2 & up.
# The name has been changed and some aliases have been removed.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
xterm-xf86-v32|xterm terminal emulator (XFree86 3.2 Window System):\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOy:K3=\EOu:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E7\E[r\E[m\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l\E8\E>:\
	:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\177:kI=\E[2~:\
	:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\EOH:\
	:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:\
	:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:
# This is the stock xterm entry supplied with XFree86 3.3, which uses VT100
# codes for F1-F4 except while in VT220 mode.
xterm-xf86-v33|xterm terminal emulator (XFree86 3.3 Window System):\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:tc=xterm-xf86-v32:
# This version was released in XFree86 3.3.3 (November 1998).
# Besides providing printer support, it exploits a new feature that allows
# xterm to use terminfo-based descriptions with the titeInhibit resource.
xterm-xf86-v333|xterm terminal emulator (XFree86 3.3.3 Window System):\
	:5i:\
	:*6@:@0@:@7=\E[4~:ei=:ic@:im=:is=\E[\041p\E[?3;4l\E[4l\E>:\
	:kD=\E[3~:kh=\E[1~:mb=\E[5m:mk=\E[8m:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:\
	:ps=\E[i:r1=\Ec:r2=\E[\041p\E[?3;4l\E[4l\E>:\
	:te=\E[?1047l\E[?1048l:ti=\E[?1048h\E[?1047h:\
	:tc=xterm-xf86-v33:
# This beta version will probably be released in XFree86 4.0.
xterm-xf86-v40|xterm terminal emulator (XFree86 4.0 Window System):\
	:@7=\EOF:K1=\EOH:K2=\EOE:K3=\E[5~:K4=\EOF:K5=\E[6~:kD=\177:\
	:kh=\EOH:te=\E[?1049l:ti=\E[?1049h:\
	:tc=xterm-xf86-v333:
# This is one of the variants from XFree86 3.3 (T.Dickey)
xterm-16color|xterm with 16 colors like aixterm:\
	:Co#16:NC#32:pa#256:ut:\
	:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:op=\E[m:\
	:tc=xterm-xf86-v33:

# This is xterm for ncurses. It mainly adds mappings for more high-half
# characters.  Note that these will only work for fixed-width fonts.
xterm-nc|vs100-nc|xterms-nc|xterm terminal emulator (X Window System):\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~..--++\054\054II00:\
	:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:u7=\E[6n:u8=\E[?1;2c:u9=\E[c:\
	:tc=xterm-r6:

# This is our standard xterm entry.  It is based on the xterm-xf86-v33 entry
# with some changes in order to try to be compatible with as many xterm
# implementations as possible.
#xterm|vs100|xterm terminal emulator (X Window System):\
#	:ut:Co#8:pa#64:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:op=\E[m:\
#	:@1=\EOE:@7=\EOF:@8=\EOM:k;=\E[21~:\
#	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
#	:ic@:kD=\E[3~:me=\E[m:se=\E[m:ue=\E[m:vb@:\
#	:tc=xterm-xf86-v33:
xterm|vs100|xterm terminal emulator (X Window System):\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:ut:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:Co#8:pa#64:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:op=\E[m:\
	:@1=\EOE:@7=\EOF:@8=\EOM:k;=\E[21~:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOy:K3=\EOu:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:eA=\E(B\E)0:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[m\E7\E[r\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l\E8\E>:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[15~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:\
	:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\EOH:\
	:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:\
	:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:

# Xterm with the visual bell capability.
xterm-vb|xterm terminal emulator with visual bell:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:tc=xterm:

# These entries allow access to the X titlebar and icon name as a status line. 
# Note that twm (and possibly window managers descended from it such as tvtwm, 
# ctwm, and vtwm) track windows by icon-name; thus, you don't want to mess
# with it.
xterm+sl|access X title line and icon name:\
	:hs:\
	:ws#40:\
	:ds=\E]0;\007:fs=^G:ts=\E]0;:\
	:tc=xterm:
xterm+sl-twm|access X title line (pacify twm-descended window managers):\
	:hs:\
	:ws#40:\
	:ds=\E]2;\007:fs=^G:ts=\E]2;:\
	:tc=xterm:

#
# The following xterm variants don't depend on your base version
#
xterm-bold|xterm terminal emulator (X11R6 Window System) standout w/bold:\
	:so=\E[1m:\
	:tc=xterm:
# (kterm: this had extension capabilities ":KJ:TY=ascii:" -- esr)
kterm|kterm kanji terminal emulator (X window system):\
	:es:hs:ds=\E[?H:fs=\E[?F:ts=\E[?E\E[?%i%dT:\
	:ac@:ae=\E(B:as=\E(0:\
	:tc=xterm:
# See the note on ICH/ICH1 VERSUS RMIR/SMIR near the end of file
xterm-nic|xterm with ich/ich1 suppressed for non-curses programs:\
	:IC@:ei=:ic@:im=:\
	:tc=xterm:
# From: Mark Sheppard <kimble@mistral.co.uk>, 4 May 1996 
xterm1|xterm terminal emulator ignoring the alternate screen buffer:\
	:te@:ti@:\
	:tc=xterm:

# This describes the capabilities of color_xterm, an xterm variant from
# before ECMA-64 color support was folded into the main-line xterm release.
# This entry is straight from color_xterm's maintainer.
# From: Jacob Mandelson <jlm@ugcs.caltech.edu>, 09 Nov 1996
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
color_xterm|cx|cx100|color_xterm color terminal emulator for X:\
	:am:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#65:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[r\E[m\E[?7h\E[?4;6l\E[4l:im=\E[4h:k1=\E[11~:\
	:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:kh=\E[7~:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:te=\E>\E[?41;1r:\
	:ti=\E[?1;41s\E[?1;41h\E=:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# The 'nxterm' distributed with Redhat Linux 5.2 is a slight rehack of
# xterm-sb_right-ansi-3d, which implements ANSI colors, but does not support
# SGR 39 or 49.  SGR 0 does reset colors (along with everything else).  This
# description is "compatible" with color_xterm, rxvt and XFree86 xterm, except
# that each of those implements the home, end, delete keys differently.
#
# Redhat Linux 6.x distributes XFree86 xterm as "nxterm", which uses bce
# colors; note that this is not compatible with the 5.2 version.
# csw (2002-05-15): make xterm-color primary instead of nxterm, to
#   match XFree86's xterm.terminfo usage and prevent circular links
xterm-color|nxterm|generic color xterm:\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:NC@:\
	:Co#8:NC#3:pa#64:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:op=\E[m:\
	:tc=xterm-r6:

# From rxvt-2.7.10/doc/etc/rxvt.termcap (2005-07-03)
rxvt|rxvt terminal emulator (X Window System):\
	:am:eo:km:ms:ut:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:Co#8:pa#64:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:AL=\E[%dL:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:eA=\E(B\E)0:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[?47l\E=\E[?1l:ic=\E[@:\
	:is=\E[r\E[m\E[2J\E[H\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l:\
	:k0=\E[21~:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:\
	:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:\
	:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:op=\E[m:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[27m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[?47l\E8:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:\
	:@7=\E[8~:kh=\E[7~:
# When compiled with LINUX_KEYS the last line becomes
#	:@7=\E[4~:kh=\E[1~:

# From: David J. MacKenzie <djm@va.pubnix.com> 20 Apr 1995
# Here's a termcap entry I've been using for xterm_color, which comes
# with BSD/OS 2.0, and the X11R6 contrib tape too I think.  Besides the
# color stuff, I also have a status line defined as the window manager
# title bar. [I have translated it to terminfo -- ESR]
xterm-pcolor|xterm with color used for highlights and status line:\
	:am:bs:hs:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#40:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOy:K3=\EOu:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ds=\E]0;\007:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:fs=^G:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E7\E[r\E[m\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l\E8\E>:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\EOH:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:md=\E[1m\E[43m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m\E[34m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m\E[31m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ts=\E]0;:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m\E[42m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:

# HP ships this, except for the pb#9600 which was merged in from BSD termcap.
# (hpterm: added empty <acsc>, we have no idea what ACS chars look like --esr)
xhpterm|X-hpterm|hp X11 terminal emulator:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#2:li#24:lm#0:lw#8:pb#9600:sg#0:\
	:LF=\E&j@:LO=\E&jB:ac=:ae=^O:al=\EL:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\E&a0y0C\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:\
	:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:\
	:kA=\EL:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:\
	:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:ka=\E3:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:kt=\E2:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:md=\E&dB:me=\E&d@:mh=\E&dH:ml=\El:mr=\E&dB:\
	:mu=\Em:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dJ:sr=\ET:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:

# This entry describes an xterm with Sun-style function keys enabled
# via the X resource setting "xterm*sunFunctionKeys:true"
# To understand <kf11>/<kf12> note that L1,L2 and F11,F12 are the same.
# The <kf13>...<kf20> keys are L3-L10.  We don't set <kf16=\E[197z>
# because we want it to be seen as <kcpy>. 
# The <kf31>...<kf45> keys are R1-R15.  We treat some of these in accordance
# with their Sun keyboard labels instead.
# From: Simon J. Gerraty <sjg@zen.void.oz.au> 10 Jan 1996
xterm-sun|xterm with sunFunctionKeys true:\
	:%1=\E[196z:&8=\E[195z:@0=\E[200z:@5=\E[197z:@7=\E[220z:\
	:F1=\E[192z:F2=\E[193z:F3=\E[194z:F4=\E[195z:F5=\E[196z:\
	:F7=\E[198z:F8=\E[199z:F9=\E[200z:FA=\E[201z:FL=\E[208z:\
	:FM=\E[209z:FN=\E[210z:FO=\E[211z:FP=\E[212z:FQ=\E[213z:\
	:FS=\E[215z:FU=\E[217z:FW=\E[219z:FY=\E[221z:K2=\E[218z:\
	:k1=\E[224z:k2=\E[225z:k3=\E[226z:k4=\E[227z:k5=\E[228z:\
	:k6=\E[229z:k7=\E[230z:k8=\E[231z:k9=\E[232z:k;=\E[233z:\
	:kI=\E[2z:kN=\E[222z:kP=\E[216z:kh=\E[214z:\
	:tc=xterm:
xterms-sun|small (80x24) xterm with sunFunctionKeys true:\
	:co#80:li#24:tc=xterm-sun:

# This is for the extensible terminal emulator on the X11R6 contrib tape.
emu|emu native mode:\
	:mi:ms:xo:\
	:Co#15:co#80:it#8:li#24:pa#64:vt#200:\
	:*6=\Esel:@0=\Efind:@8=^M:AL=\EQ%d;:DC=\EI%d;:DL=\ER%d;:\
	:DO=\Ep%d;:F1=\EF11:F2=\EF12:F3=\EF13:F4=\EF14:F5=\EF15:\
	:F6=\EF16:F7=\EF17:F8=\EF18:F9=\EF19:FA=\EF20:LE=\Eq-%d;:\
	:RI=\Eq%d;:Sb=\Es%i%d;:Sf=\Er%i%d;:UP=\Ep-%d;:\
	:ac=a\202f\260g261j\213k\214l\215m\216n\217o\220q\222s\224t\225u\226v\227w\230x\231~\244:\
	:ae=\200:al=\EQ1;:as=\200:bl=^G:cb=\EL:cd=\EN:ce=\EK:\
	:cl=\EP\EE0;0;:cm=\EE%d;%d;:cr=^M:cs=\Ek%d;%d;:ct=\Ej:\
	:dc=\EI1;:dl=\ER1;:do=\EB:eA=\200:ec=\Ej%d;:ei=\EX:\
	:ho=\EE0;0;:im=\EY:is=\ES\Er0;\Es0;:k0=\EF00:k1=\EF01:\
	:k2=\EF02:k3=\EF03:k4=\EF04:k5=\EF05:k6=\EF06:k7=\EF07:\
	:k8=\EF08:k9=\EF09:k;=\EF10:kD=\177:kI=\Eins:kN=\Enext:\
	:kP=\Eprior:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kl=\EC:kr=\ED:ku=\EA:le=^H:\
	:mb=\ES\EW:md=\ES\EU:me=\ES:mr=\ES\ET:nd=\ED:\
	:oc=\Es0;\Er0;:r2=\ES\Es0;\Er0;:se=\ES:sf=\EG:so=\ES\ET:\
	:sr=\EF:st=\Eh:ta=^I:ue=\ES:up=\EA:us=\ES\EV:ve=\Ea:vi=\EZ:\
	:vs=\Ea:

######## MGR
#
# MGR is a Bell Labs window system lighter-weight than X.
# These entries describe MGR's xterm-equivalent. 
# They are courtesy of Vincent Broman <broman@nosc.mil> 14 Jan 1997 
#

mgr|Bellcore MGR (non X) window system terminal emulation:\
	:am:km:\
	:AL=\E%da:DC=\E%dE:DL=\E%dd:IC=\E%dA:RA=\E5S:SA=\E5s:\
	:al=\Ea:bl=^G:cd=\EC:ce=\Ec:cl=^L:cm=\E%r%d;%dM:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E%d;%dt:dc=\EE:dl=\Ed:do=\Ef:ei=:hd=\E1;2f:hu=\E1;2u:\
	:ic=\EA:im=:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:md=\E2n:me=\E0n:mr=\E1n:nd=\Er:nw=^M^J:se=\E0n:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E1n:ta=^I:ue=\E0n:up=\Eu:us=\E4n:ve=\Eh:vi=\E9h:\
	:vs=\E0h:
mgr-sun|Mgr window with Sun keyboard:\
	:%1=\E[207z:%6=\E[198z:&8=\E[195z:@0=\E[200z:@5=\E197z:\
	:@7=\E[220z:@8=\E[250z:F1=\E[234z:F2=\E[235z:K1=\E[214z:\
	:K2=\E[218z:K3=\E[216z:K4=\E[220z:K5=\E[222z:k1=\E[224z:\
	:k2=\E[225z:k3=\E[226z:k4=\E[227z:k5=\E[228z:k6=\E[229z:\
	:k7=\E[230z:k8=\E[231z:k9=\E[232z:k;=\E[233z:kN=\E[222z:\
	:kP=\E[216z:kh=\E[214z:\
	:tc=mgr:
mgr-linux|Mgr window with Linux keyboard:\
	:@7=\E[4~:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:K1=\E[H:K2=\E[G:K3=\E[5~:\
	:K4=\E[Y:K5=\E[6~:k0=\E[[J:k1=\E[[A:k2=\E[[B:k3=\E[[C:\
	:k4=\E[[D:k5=\E[[E:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:\
	:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kD=\E[3~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kh=\E[1~:tc=mgr:

# Eterm: the enlightenment terminal emulator
Eterm|Eterm Terminal Emulator (X11 Window System):\
	:am:bw:eo:km:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:lm#0:pa#64:Co#8:AF=\E[3%dm:AB=\E[4%dm:op=\E[39m\E[49m:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\E[7~:K2=\EOu:K3=\E[5~:K4=\E[8~:K5=\E[6~:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[?47l\E>\E[?1l:ic=\E[@:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E[r\E[m\E[2J\E[H\E[?7h\E[?1;3;4;6l\E[4l:\
	:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:\
	:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=:kh=\E[7~:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:ti=\E7\E[?47h:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:ac=``aaffggiijjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:

######## UNIX VIRTUAL TERMINALS, VIRTUAL CONSOLES, AND TELNET CLIENTS
#

# Columbus UNIX virtual terminal. This terminal also appears in 
# UNIX 4.0 and successors as line discipline 1 (?), but is 
# undocumented and does not really work quite right.
cbunix|cb unix virtual terminal:\
	:am:bs:da:db:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#0:\
	:al=\EP:bl=^G:cd=\EL:ce=\EK:cl=\EL:cm=\EG%r%.%.:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EM:dl=\EN:do=^J:ei=:ic=\EO:im=:kd=\EB:kh=\EE:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Eb^D:sf=^J:so=\Ea^D:\
	:ue=\Eb^A:up=\EA:us=\Ea^A:
# (vremote: removed obsolete ":nl@:" -- esr)
vremote|virtual remote terminal:\
	:am@:\
	:co#79:tc=cbunix:
pty|4bsd pseudo teletype:\
	:cm=\EG%+ %+ :se=\Eb$:so=\Ea$:ue=\Eb\041:us=\Ea\041:tc=cbunix:

# The codes supported by the term.el terminal emulation in GNU Emacs 19.30 
eterm|gnu emacs term.el terminal emulation:\
	:am:mi:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:im=\E[4h:le=^H:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:te=\E[2J\E[?47l\E8:ti=\E7\E[?47h:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# Entries for use by the FSF's `screen' program.  The screen and
# screen-w entries came with version 3.7.1.  The screen2 and screen3 entries
# come from University of Wisconsin and may be older.
# (screen: added :ve: on ANSI model -- esr)

screen|VT 100/ANSI X3.64 virtual terminal:\
	:am:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#24:pa#64:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[23~:\
	:F2=\E[24~:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~..--++\054\054hhII00:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:eA=\E(B:ei=\E[4l:\
	:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:is=\E(B:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:\
	:k;=\E[21~:kD=\E[3~:kH=\E[4~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[1~:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:r2=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[23m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[3m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\EM:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\Eg:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[34l:\
	:tc=ecma+color:

screen-w|VT 100/ANSI X3.64 virtual terminal with 132 cols:\
	:co#132:tc=screen:

screen2|VT 100/ANSI X3.64 virtual terminal:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ic=:im=\E[4h:k0=\E~:\
	:k1=\ES:k2=\ET:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:k5=\EW:k6=\EP:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:\
	:k9=\E0I:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:\
	:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:r1=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[23m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[3m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
# (screen3: removed unknown ":xv:LP:G0:" -- esr)
screen3|VT 100/ANSI X3.64 virtual terminal:\
	:km:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:\
	:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:is=:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:r1=\Ec:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[23m:sf=^J:so=\E[3m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[24m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:

#### Pilot Pro Palm-Top
#
# From: Jason Downs <downsj@downsj.com>, 15 Jun 1997 (Top Gun Telnet's author)
pilot|tgtelnet|Top Gun Telnet on the Palm Pilot Professional:\
	:am:xn:\
	:co#39:li#16:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\Ec:cm=\Em%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\Em  :kN=^L:kP=^K:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:nw=\Em~ :se=\EB:sf=^J:so=\Eb:ta=^I:

######## WORKSTATION CONSOLES
#

#### Sun consoles
#

# :is1: resets scrolling region in case a previous user had used "tset vt100"
oldsun|Sun Microsystems Workstation console:\
	:am:bs:km:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:al=\E[L:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:i1=\E[1r:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:up=\E[A:
# From: Alexander Lukyanov <lav@video.yars.free.net>, 14 Nov 1995
# :li: capability later corrected by J.T. Conklin <jtc@cygnus.com>
sun-il|Sun Microsystems console with working insert-line:\
	:am:km:ms:\
	:co#80:li#34:\
	:%7=\E[194z:&5=\E[193z:&8=\E[195z:@7=\E[220z:AL=\E[%dL:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:F1=\E[234z:F2=\E[235z:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K2=\E[218z:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:k1=\E[224z:k2=\E[225z:k3=\E[226z:k4=\E[227z:k5=\E[228z:\
	:k6=\E[229z:k7=\E[230z:k8=\E[231z:k9=\E[232z:k;=\E[233z:\
	:kD=\177:kN=\E[222z:kP=\E[216z:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[214z:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r2=\E[s:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# On some versions of CGSIX framebuffer firmware, :al:/:AL: flake out on
# the last line. Unfortunately, without them the terminal has no way to scroll.
sun-cgsix|Sun cgsix framebuffer console:\
	:AL@:al@:tc=sun-il:
# Backwards compatibility: `sun-cgsix' used to be called `sun-ss5'
sun-ss5:\
	:tc=sun-cgsix:
# If you are using an SS5, change the sun definition to use sun-ss5.
sun|sun1|sun2|Sun Microsystems Inc. workstation console:\
	:tc=sun-il:

# From: <john@ucbrenoir>  Tue Sep 24 13:14:44 1985
sun-s|Sun Microsystems Workstation window with status line:\
	:hs:\
	:ds=\E]l\E\:fs=\E\:ts=\E]l:tc=sun:
sun-e-s|sun-s-e|Sun Microsystems Workstation with status hacked for emacs:\
	:hs:\
	:ds=\E]l\E\:fs=\E\:ts=\E]l:tc=sun-e:
sun-48|Sun 48-line window:\
	:co#80:li#48:tc=sun:
sun-34|Sun 34-line window:\
	:co#80:li#34:tc=sun:
sun-24|Sun 24-line window:\
	:co#80:li#24:tc=sun:
sun-17|Sun 17-line window:\
	:co#80:li#17:tc=sun:
sun-12|Sun 12-line window:\
	:co#80:li#12:tc=sun:
sun-1|Sun 1-line window for sysline:\
	:es:hs:\
	:co#80:li#1:\
	:ds=^L:fs=\E[K:ts=^M:tc=sun:
sun-e|sun-nic|sune|Sun Microsystems Workstation without insert character:\
	:ei@:ic@:im@:\
	:tc=sun:
sun-c|sun-cmd|Sun Microsystems Workstation console with scrollable history:\
	:li#35:\
	:te=\E[>4h:ti=\E[>4l:tc=sun:
sun-type4|Sun Workstation console with type 4 keyboard:\
	:kd=\E[221z:kl=\E[217z:kr=\E[219z:ku=\E[215z:tc=sun-il:

#### Iris consoles
#

# (wsiris: this had extension capabilities
#	:HS=\E7F2:HE=\E7F7:\
#	:CT#2:CZ=*Bblack,red,green,yellow,blue,magenta,cyan,*Fwhite:
# See the note on Iris extensions near the end of this file.  
# Finally, removed suboptimal :cl:=\EH\EJ and added :do: & 
# :vb: from BRL -- esr)
wsiris|iris40|iris emulating a 40 line visual 50 (approximately):\
	:am:bs:nc:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#3:li#40:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\Ev:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dl=\EM:\
	:do=\EB:ho=\EH:is=\E7B0\E7F7\E7C2\E7R3:k0=\E0:k1=\E1:\
	:k2=\E2:k3=\E3:k4=\E4:k5=\E5:k6=\E6:k7=\E7:k8=\E8:k9=\E9:\
	:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E7F7:mh=\E7F2:nd=\EC:\
	:nl=\EB:se=\E0@:sf=^J:so=\E9P:sr=\EI:ta=^I:ue=\E7R3\E0@:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E7R2\E9P:vb=\E7F4\E7B1\013\E7F7\E7B0:ve=\E>:\
	:vs=\E;:

#### NeWS consoles
#
# Console terminal windows under the NeWS (Sun's Display Postscript windowing
# environment).   Note: these have nothing to do with Sony's News workstation
# line.
#

# Entry for NeWS's psterm from Eric Messick & Hugh Daniel
# (psterm: unknown ":sl=\EOl:el=\ENl:" removed -- esr)
psterm|psterm-basic|NeWS psterm-80x34:\
	:am:bs:hs:km:ul:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:al=\EA:cd=\EB:ce=\EC:cl=^L:cm=\E%d;%d;:cs=\EE%d;%d;:\
	:dc=\EF:dl=\EK:do=\EP:ei=\ENi:fs=\ENl:ho=\ER:i1=\EN*:\
	:im=\EOi:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\ET:ll=\EU:\
	:mb=\EOb:md=\EOd:me=\EN*:mr=\EOr:nd=\EV:rc=^\:sc=^]:se=\ENo:\
	:sf=\EW:so=\EOo:sr=\EX:ta=^I:te=\ENt:ti=\EOt:ts=\EOl:\
	:ue=\ENu:up=\EY:us=\EOu:vb=\EZ:
psterm-96x48|NeWS psterm 96x48:\
	:co#96:li#48:tc=psterm:
psterm-90x28|NeWS psterm 90x28:\
	:co#90:li#28:tc=psterm:
psterm-80x24|NeWS psterm 80x24:\
	:co#80:li#24:tc=psterm:
# This is a faster termcap for psterm.  Warning:  if you use this termcap,
# some control characters you type will do strange things to the screen.
# (psterm-fast: unknown ":sl=^Ol:el=^Nl:" -- esr)
psterm-fast|NeWS psterm fast version (flaky ctrl chars):\
	:am:bs:hs:km:ul:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:al=^A:cd=^B:ce=^C:cl=^L:cm=\004%d;%d;:cs=\005%d;%d;:dc=^F:\
	:dl=^K:do=^P:ei=^Ni:fs=^Nl:ho=^R:i1=^N*:im=^Oi:kd=\E[B:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^T:ll=^U:mb=^Ob:md=^Od:me=^N*:\
	:mr=^Or:nd=^V:rc=^\:sc=^]:se=^No:sf=^W:so=^Oo:sr=^X:ta=^I:\
	:te=^Nt:ti=^Ot:ts=^Ol:ue=^Nu:up=^Y:us=^Ou:vb=^Z:

#### NeXT Consoles
#
# Use `glasstty' for the Workspace application
#

# From: Dave Wetzel <dave@turbocat.snafu.de> 22 Dec 1995
next|NeXT console:\
	:am:xt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[4;1m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[4;2m:ta=^I:up=\E[A:
nextshell|NeXT Shell application:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:nw=^M^J:ta=^I:

#### Common Desktop Environment
#

# This ships with Sun's CDE in Solaris 2.5
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
dtterm|CDE desktop terminal:\
	:am:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:lm#0:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E F\E>\E[?1l\E[?7h\E[?45l:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:\
	:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[22;27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[2;7m:sr=\EM:\
	:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:\
	:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:

### Non-Unix Consoles
#

# This entry fits the Windows NT console when the _POSIX_TERM environment
# variable is set to 'on'. While the Windows NT POSIX console is seldom used,
# the obnoxious Telnet client supplied with both the Windows for WorkGroup
# 3.11 TCP/IP stack and the Win32 (i.e., Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.1 or
# later) operating systems is not, and (surprise!) they match very well.
#
# This was adapted from MS Knowledge Base item Q108581, dated 13-MAY-1997,
# titled "Setting Up VI POSIX Editor for Windows NT 3.1".  True to Microsoft
# form, not are the installation instructions a pile of mind-numbing
# bureaucratese, but the termcap entry is actually broken and unusable as
# given; the :do: capability is misspelled "d".
#
ansi-nt|psx_ansi|Microsoft Windows NT console POSIX ANSI mode:\
	:am:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=\E[H:kb=^H:kd=\E[V:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:me=\E[0m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\r\E[S:rc=\E[u:sc=\E[s:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

######## COMMON TERMINAL TYPES
#
# This section describes terminal classes and maker brands that are still
# quite common, but have proprietary command sets not blessed by ANSI.
#

#### Altos
#
# Altos made a moderately successful line of UNIX boxes.  In 1990 they were
# bought out by Acer, a major Taiwanese manufacturer of PC-clones.
# Acer has a web site at http://www.acer.com.
#
# Altos descriptions from Ted Mittelstaedt <tedm@agora.rain.com> 4 Sep 1993
# His comments suggest they were shipped with the system.
#

# (altos2: had extension capabilities
#	:c0=^A`\r:c1=^Aa\r:c2=^Ab\r:c3=^Ac\r:\
#	:c4=^Ad\r:c5=^Ae\r:c6=^Af\r:c7=^Ag\r:\
#	:c8=^Ah\r:c9=^Ai\r:cA=^Aj\r:cB=^Ak\r:\
#	:cC=^Al\r:cD=^Am\r:cE=^An\r:cF=^Ao\r:
#	:XU=^Aq\r:XD=^Ar\r:XR=^As\r:XL=^At\r:\
#	:YU=^AQ\r:YD=^AR\r:YR=^AS\r:YL=^AT\r:\
#	:HL=^AP\r:SP=\E[i:\
#	:IS=\E[@:DE=\E[P:IL=\E[L:NS=\E[S:PS=\E[T:\
#	:LO=\E[0q:LC=\E[5q:LL=\E[6q:\
# Comparison with the k* capabilities makes it obvious that the c* things are
# shift keys.  I have renamed them to keys 32 and up accordingly.  Also,
# :sr: was given as a boolean-- esr)
altos2|alt2|altos-2|altos II:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#0:\
	:*5=^Am\r:*8=^An\r:DL=\E[M:FM=^A`\r:FN=^Aa\r:FO=^Ab\r:\
	:FP=^Ac\r:FQ=^Ad\r:FR=^Ae\r:FS=^Af\r:FT=^Ag\r:FU=^Ah\r:\
	:FV=^Ai\r:FW=^Aj\r:FX=^Ak\r:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\E[P:do=\E[1B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k0=^AI\r:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kA=^AJ\r:kB=^AK\r:kC=^AL\r:\
	:kD=^AM\r:kE=^AN\r:kF=^AO\r:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[f:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[1C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[1A:us=\E[4m:
# (altos3: had extension capabilities
#	:c0=^A`\r:c1=^Aa\r:c2=^Ab\r:c3=^Ac\r:\
#	:c4=^Ad\r:c5=^Ae\r:c6=^Af\r:c7=^Ag\r:\
#	:c8=^Ah\r:c9=^Ai\r:cA=^Aj\r:cB=^Ak\r:\
#	:cC=^Al\r:cD=^Am\r:cE=^An\r:cF=^Ao\r:
#	:XU=^Aq\r:XD=^Ar\r:XR=^As\r:XL=^At\r:\
#	:HL=^AP\r:SP=\E[i:\
#	:IS=\E[@:DE=\E[P:IL=\E[L:NS=\E[S:PS=\E[T:\
altos3|altos5|alt3|alt5|altos-3|altos-5|altos III or V:\
	:mb=\E[5p:me=\E[p:sr=\EM:\
	:tc=altos2:
altos4|alt4|altos-4|altos IV:\
	:tc=wy50:
# (altos7: had extension capabilities:
#	:GG#0:GI=\EH8:GF=\EH7:\
#	:c0=^A`\r:c1=^Aa\r:c2=^Ab\r:c3=^Ac\r:\
#	:c4=^Ad\r:c5=^Ae\r:c6=^Af\r:c7=^Ag\r:\
#	:c8=^Ah\r:c9=^Ai\r:cA=^Aj\r:cB=^Ak\r:\
#	:cC=^Al\r:cD=^Am\r:cE=^An\r:cF=^Ao\r:
# Comparison with the k* capabilities makes it obvious that the c* things are
# shift keys.  I have renamed them to keys 32 and up accordingly.  I have
# also made this entry relative to adm12 in order to give it an :sa:. The
# <invis> imported by use=adm+sgr may work, let me know. -- esr)
altos7|alt7|altos VII:\
	:am:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:*5=^Am\r:*8=^An\r:DL=\ER:FM=^A`\r:FN=^Aa\r:FO=^Ab\r:\
	:FP=^Ac\r:FQ=^Ad\r:FR=^Ae\r:FS=^Af\r:FT=^Ag\r:FU=^Ah\r:\
	:FV=^Ai\r:FW=^Aj\r:FX=^Ak\r:\
	:ac=l2m1k3j5t4u9v=w0q\072x6n8:al=\EE:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:\
	:cl=\E+^^:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:\
	:im=\Eq:is=\E`\072\Ee(\EO\Ee6\Ec41\E~4\Ec21\Eu\E~2:\
	:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:\
	:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kA=^AJ\r:kB=^AK\r:\
	:kC=^AL\r:kD=^AM\r:kE=^AN\r:kF=^AO\r:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mb=\EG2:md=\EGt:mh=\EGp:\
	:mk=\EG1:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:pf=\EJ:po=\Ed#:sf=^J:sr=\Ej:ta=^I:\
	:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
altos7pc|alt7pc|altos PC VII:\
	:@7=\ET:tc=altos7:

#### Hewlett-Packard (hp)
#
#	Hewlett-Packard
#	8000 Foothills Blvd 
#	Roseville, CA 95747
#	Vox: 1-(916)-785-4363	(Technical response line for VDTs)
#	     1-(800)-633-3600	(General customer support)
#

# Generic HP terminal - this should (hopefully) work on any HP terminal.
hpgeneric|hp|hewlett-packard generic terminal:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:pt:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#0:vt#6:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=\E&a%r%dc%dY:cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:\
	:do=^J:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:kB=\Ei:kb=^H:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dJ:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E&dD:

hp110|hewlett-packard model 110 portable:\
	:li#16:tc=hpgeneric:

hp+pfk+cr|hp function keys with CR:\
	:k1=\Ep\r:k2=\Eq\r:k3=\Er\r:k4=\Es\r:k5=\Et\r:k6=\Eu\r:\
	:k7=\Ev\r:k8=\Ew\r:

hp+pfk-cr|hp function keys w/o CR:\
	:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:

# The hp2621s use the same keys for the arrows and function keys, 
# but not separate escape sequences. These definitions allow the 
# user to use those keys as arrow keys rather than as function 
# keys.
hp+pfk+arrows|hp alternate arrow definitions:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:kF=\Er\r:kH=\Eq\r:kR=\Es\r:\
	:kd=\Ew\r:kh=\Ep\r:kl=\Eu\r:kr=\Ev\r:ku=\Et\r:

hp+arrows|hp arrow definitions:\
	:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kR=\ET:kd=\EB:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:

# Generic stuff from the HP 262x series
#
hp262x|HP 262x terminals:\
	:xs:\
	:cd=\EJ:dc=\EP:ip=:kA=\EL:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:\
	:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:mb=\E&dA:me=\E&d@:mk=\E&dS:\
	:mr=\E&dB:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=\ES:so=\E&dB:ta=\011:ue=\E&d@:us=\E&dD:

# Note: no :ho: on HPs since that homes to top of memory, not screen.
# Due to severe 2621 braindamage, the only way to get the arrow keys to
# transmit anything at all is to turn on the function key labels
# with :ks:, and even then the user has to hold down shift!
# The default 2621 turns off the labels except when it has to to 
# enable the function keys. If your installation prefers labels 
# on all the time, or off all the time (at the "expense" of the 
# function keys), use 2621-nl or 2621-wl.
# 
# Note: there are newer ROMs for 2621's that allow you to set 
# strap A so the regular arrow keys xmit \EA, etc, as with the 
# 2645. However, even with this strap set, the terminal stops 
# xmitting if you reset it, until you unset and reset the strap!
# Since there is no way to set/unset the strap with an escape 
# sequence, we don't use it in the default.
# If you like, you can use 2621-ba (brain-damaged arrow keys).
hp2621-ba|2621 w/new rom and strap A set:\
	:ke@:ks@:\
	:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kR=\ET:kd=\EB:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:\
	:tc=hp2621:

# hp2621 with function labels. Most of the time they are off,
# but inside vi, the function key labels appear. You have to
# hold down shift to get them to xmit.
hp2621|hp2621a|hp2621A|2621|2621a|2621A|hp2621-wl|2621-wl|hp 2621 w/labels:\
	:is=\E&jA\r:ke=\E&jA:\
	:tc=hp2621-fl:
hp2621-fl|hp 2621:\
	:xo:xs@:\
	:pb#19200:\
	:bt=\Ei:cm=\E&a%r%dc%dY:dc=\EP:ip=:is=\E&j@\r:ke=\E&j@:\
	:ks=\E&jB:me=\E&d@:se=\E&d@:so=\E&dD:ta=\011:ue=\E&d@:\
	:us=\E&dD:\
	:tc=hp+pfk+cr:tc=hpgeneric:

# To use hp2621p printer, setenv TERM=2621p, PRINTER=2612p
hp2621p|hp 2621 with printer:\
	:pf=\E&p13C:po=\E&p11C:tc=hp2621:

hp2621p-a|hp2621p with fn as arrows:\
	:tc=hp+pfk+arrows:tc=hp2621p:

# hp2621 with k45 keyboard
hp2621-k45|hp2621k45|k45|hp 2621 with 45 keyboard:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:\
	:ku=\EA:\
	:tc=hp2621:

# 2621 using all 48 lines of memory, only 24 visible at any time.  
hp2621-48|48 line 2621:\
	:li#48:\
	:cm=\E&a%r%dc%dR:cv=\E&a%dR:ho=\EH:tc=hp2621:

# 2621 with no labels ever. Also prevents vi delays on escape.
hp2621-nl|hp 2621 with no labels:\
	:kd@:ke@:kh@:kl@:kr@:ks@:ku@:tc=hp2621-fl:

# Needed for UCB ARPAVAX console, since lsi-11 expands tabs 
# (wrong).
#
hp2621-nt|hp 2621 w/no tabs:\
	:ta@:tc=hp2621:

# Hp 2624 B with 4 or 10 pages of memory.
# 
# Some assumptions are made with this entry. These settings are 
# NOT set up by the initialization strings.
# 
# Port Configuration
# 	RecvPace=Xon/Xoff
# 	XmitPace=Xon/Xoff
# 	StripNulDel=Yes
# 
# Terminal Configuration
# 	InhHndShk=Yes
# 	InhDC2=Yes
# 	XmitFnctn(A)=No
# 	InhEolWrp=No
# 
# Note: the 2624 DOES have a true :ho:, believe it or not!
# 
# The 2624 has an "error line" to which messages can be sent. 
# This is CLOSE to what is expected for a "status line". However,
# after a message is sent to the "error line", the next carriage 
# return is EATEN and the "error line" is turned back off again! 
# So I guess we can't define :hs:, :es:, :ws:, :ds:, :fs:, :ts:.
# 
# This entry supports emacs (and any other program that uses raw 
# mode) at 4800 baud and less. I couldn't get the padding right 
# for 9600.
#
# (hp2624: replaced NUL sequences in flash with mandatory pauses -- esr)
hp2624|hp2624a|hp2624b|hp2624b-4p|Hewlett Packard 2624 B:\
	:da:db:\
	:lm#96:\
	:vb=\E&w13F\E&w12F\E&w13F\E&w12F:tc=hp+labels:tc=scrhp:

# This hp2626 entry does not use any of the fancy windowing stuff 
# of the 2626.
# 
# Indeed, terminfo does not yet handle such stuff. Since changing 
# any window clears memory, it is probably not possible to use 
# this for screen opt.
# 
# ed is incredibly slow most of the time - I am guessing at the 
# exact padding. Since the terminal uses xoff/xon this is intended 
# only for cost computation, so that the terminal will prefer el 
# or even dl1 which is probably faster!
# 
# \ED\EJ\EC hack for ed from Ed Bradford - apparently ed is only 
# extra slow on the last line of the window. 
# 
# The padding probably should be changed.
#
hp2626|hp2626a|hp2626p|hp 2626:\
	:da:db:\
	:lm#0:pb#19200:\
	:SF=\E&r%dD:SR=\E&r%dU:cd=\ED\EJ\EC:ip=:is=\E&j@\r:tc=hp+pfk+cr:tc=hp+labels:tc=scrhp:

# This entry is for sysline. It allocates a 23 line window with 
# a 115 line workspace for regular use, and a 1 line window for 
# the status line.
# 
# This assumes port 2 is being used.
# Turn off horizontal line, Create ws #1 with 115 lines,
# Create ws #2 with 1 line, Create window #1 lines 1-23,
# Create window #2 lines 24-24, Attach cursor to workspace #1.
# Note that this clears the tabs so it must be done by tset before
# it sets the tabs.
#
hp2626-s|hp 2626 using only 23 lines:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#23:\
	:fs=\E&d@\E&w7f2p1I\E&w4f1I:\
	:i1=\E&q3t0{0H \E&w0f115n1I \E&w0f1n2I \E&w2f1i0d0u22l0S \E&w2f2i0d23u23l0S \E&w7f2p1I \r:\
	:ts=\E&w7f2p2I\E&w4f2I\r\EK\E&a%dC:\
	:tc=hp2626:
# Force terminal back to 24 lines after being 23.
hp2626-ns|hp 2626 using all 24 lines:\
	:i1=\E&q3t0{0H \E&w0f118n1I \E&w0f1n2I \E&w2f1i0d0u23l0S \E&w3f2I \E&w7f2p1I \r:tc=hp2626:
# Various entries useful for small windows on 2626.
hp2626-12|hewlett-packard 2626 12 lines:\
	:li#12:tc=hp2626:
hp2626-12x40|hewlett-packard 2626 12 lines 40 columns:\
	:co#40:li#12:tc=hp2626:
hp2626-x40|hewlett-packard 2626 40 columns:\
	:co#40:tc=hp2626:
hp2626-12-s|hewlett-packard 2626 11 lines plus status:\
	:li#11:tc=hp2626-s:

#
# hp2627 color tubes from University of Wisconsin
#
hp2627a-rev|hp 2627 with reverse video colors:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\E&v0m1a0b0c1x1y1z1i0a0b1c1x1y1z0i0S\E&j@\r\E3\r:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ue=\E&v0S\E&d@:\
	:us=\E&dD\E&v1S:\
	:tc=hp2621-nl:
hp2627a|hp 2627 color terminal with no labels:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\E&v0m1a1b0c1i0a1b1c2i1a0b0c0i0S\E&j@\r\E3\r:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:se=\E&v0S:sf=^J:so=\E&v2S:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E&v0S\E&d@:us=\E&dD\E&v1S:\
	:tc=hp2621-nl:
hp2627c|hp 2627 color (cyan) terminal with no labels:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\E&v0m1a0b0c2i1a1b0c1i0a1b1c0i0S\E&j@\r\E3\r:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:\
	:tc=hp2627a:

# hp2640a doesn't have the Y cursor addressing feature, and C is 
# memory relative instead of screen relative, as we need.
#
hp2640a|hp 2640a:\
	:cm@:ke@:ks@:tc=hp2645:

hp2640b|hp2644a|hp 264x series:\
	:ke@:ks@:tc=hp2645:

# (hp2641a: removed unknown :gu: -- esr)
hp2641a|hp2645a|hp2647a|HP 264?A series BRL entry:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%2C:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=\E&a%r%2c%2Y:cr=^M:cv=\E&a%2Y:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:\
	:ei=\ER:if=/usr/share/tabset/std:im=\EQ:is=500\EE:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dB:\
	:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# This terminal should be used at 4800 baud or less. It needs padding for
# plain characters at 9600, I guessed at an appropriate cr delay.  It really
# wants ^E/^F handshaking, but that doesn't work well even if you write
# software to support it.
hp2645|hp45|HP 2645 series:\
	:pb#9600:\
	:cr=\r:kA=\EL:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:kM=\ER:\
	:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:kt=\E2:ku=\EA:mb=\E&dA:me=\E&d@:\
	:mh=\E&dH:mr=\E&dB:\
	:us=\E&dD:\
	:tc=hpgeneric:
# You should use this terminal at 4800 baud or less.
hp2648|hp2648a|HP 2648a graphics terminal:\
	:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\E&a%r%dc%dY:dc=\EP:ip=:tc=hp2645:

# The HP 150 terminal is a fairly vanilla HP terminal, with the 
# clreol standout problem. It also has graphics capabilities and 
# a touch screen, which we don't describe here.
hp150|hewlett packard Model 150:\
	:bs:tc=hp2622:

# HP 2382a terminals, "the little ones." They don't have any 
# alternate character set support and sending out ^N/^O will 
# leave the screen blank.
hp2382a|hp2382|hewlett packard 2382a:\
	:da:db:\
	:lh#1:lm#48:\
	:ac@:ae@:as@:me=\E&d@:\
	:tc=hp+labels:tc=scrhp:

hp2621-a|hp2621a-a|hp2621 with fn as arrows:\
	:tc=hp+pfk+arrows:tc=hp2621-fl:

# newer hewlett packard terminals

newhpkeyboard|generic entry for HP extended keyboard:\
	:kA=\EL:kB=\Ei:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kF=\ET:kH=\EF:kI=\EQ:\
	:kL=\EM:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kR=\ES:kS=\EJ:kb=^H:kd=\EB:\
	:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:\
	:tc=hp+pfk-cr:

newhp|generic entry for new hewlett packard terminals:\
	:am:bw:mi:xo:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:pb#4800:\
	:ac=T1R\041U2S"W3O#V4P$t5u6w7v8\072'9(LQKWlRkT5I3@2[MAJSmFjGdHQ;Y+Z*X\0724>q\054x.n/:\
	:ae=^O:al=\EL:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cr=^M:ct=\E3:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=\ER:i1=\E&jB:im=\EQ:ip=:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E&dA:md=\E&dF:me=\E&d@\017:mh=\E&dH:mk=\E&dS:\
	:mr=\E&dB:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:\
	:r1=\Eg:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dJ:sr=\ET:st=\E1:ta=\011:ue=\E&d@:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:\
	:tc=newhpkeyboard:

memhp|memory relative addressing for new HP ttys:\
	:vt#6:\
	:CM=\E&a%dr%dC:DO=\E&a+%dR:LE=\E&a-%dC:\
	:RI=\E&a+%dC:UP=\E&a-%dR:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=\E&a%dr%dC:cv=\E&a%dR:ho=\EH:ll=\E&a23R\r:tc=newhp:

scrhp|screen relative addressing for new HP ttys:\
	:CM=\E&a%dr%dC:DO=\E&a+%dR:LE=\E&a-%dC:\
	:RI=\E&a+%dC:UP=\E&a-%dR:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\E&a0c0Y\EJ:\
	:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cv=\E&a%dY:ho=\E&a0y0C:ll=\E&a0y0C\EA:\
	:tc=newhp:

# (hp+labels: added label values from a BRL termcap -- esr)
hp+labels|"standard" label info for new HP ttys:\
	:Nl#8:lh#2:lw#8:\
	:LF=\E&j@:LO=\E&jB:l0=f1:l1=f2:l2=f3:l3=f4:l4=f5:l5=f6:l6=f7:\
	:l7=f8:

hp+printer|"standard" printer info for HP ttys:\
	:ff=\E&p4u0C:pf=\E&p13C:po=\E&p11C:ps=\EH\E&p4dF:


# The new hp2621b is kind of a cross between the old 2621 and the
# new 262x series of machines. It has dip-switched options. 
# The firmware has a bug in it such that if you give it a null 
# length label, the following character is eaten!
hp2621b|hp 2621b with old style keyboard:\
	:Nl#8:lh#1:lm#48:lw#8:\
	:LO=\E&jB:kF=\ET:kH=\EF:kR=\ES:kd=\EB:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:\
	:tc=hp2621:

hp2621b-p|hp 2621b with printer:\
	:tc=hp+printer:tc=hp2621b:

# hp2621b - new 2621b with new extended keyboard
# these are closer to the new 26xx series than the other 2621b
hp2621b-kx|hp 2621b with extended keyboard:\
	:tc=newhpkeyboard:tc=hp2621b:

hp2621b-kx-p|hp 2621b with new keyboard & printer:\
	:tc=hp+printer:tc=hp2621b-kx:

# Some assumptions are made in the following entries.
# These settings are NOT set up by the initialization strings.
# 
#    Port Configuration
# RecvPace=Xon/Xoff	XmitPace=Xon/Xoff	StripNulDel=Yes
# 
#    Terminal Configuration
# InhHndShk(G)=Yes	InhDC2(H)=Yes
# XmitFnctn(A)=No		InhEolWrp=No
#
# 
# Hp 2622a & hp2623a display and graphics terminals
#
hp2622|hp2622a|hp 2622:\
	:da:db:\
	:lm#0:pb#19200:\
	:is=\E&dj@\r:tc=hp+pfk+cr:tc=hp+labels:tc=scrhp:

# The 2623 is a 2622 with extra graphics hardware.
hp2623|hp2623a|hp 2623:\
	:tc=hp2622:

hp2624b-p|hp2624b-4p-p|hewlett packard 2624 B with printer:\
	:tc=hp+printer:tc=hp2624:

# The hewlett packard B can have an optional extra 6 pages of memory.
hp2624-10p|hp2624a-10p|hp2624b-10p|hewlett packard 2624 B w/ 10 pages of memory:\
	:lm#240:tc=hp2624:

hp2624b-10p-p|hewlett packard 2624 B w/ extra memory & printer:\
	:lm#240:tc=hp2624b-p:

# Color manipulations for HP terminals
hp+color|hp with colors:\
	:cc:\
	:Co#16:NC#17:pa#7:\
	:oc=\E&v0m1a1b1c0I\E&v1a1I\E&v1b2I\E&v1a1b3I\E&v1c4I\E&v1a1c5I\E&v1b1c6I\E&v1x1y7I:\
	:op=\E&v0S:sp=\E&v%dS:

# :is: sets the screen to be 80 columns wide
hp2397a|hp2397|hewlett packard 2397A color terminal:\
	:is=\E&w6f80X:\
	:tc=memhp:tc=hp+labels:tc=hp+color:

#  HP 700/44 Setup parameters:  
# Terminal Mode		HP-PCterm
# Inhibit Auto Wrap	NO
# Status Line		Host Writable
# PC Character Set	YES
# Twenty-Five Line Mode	YES
# XON/XOFF		@128 or 64 (sc)
# Keycode Mode 		NO   or YES (sc)
# Backspace Key		BS or BS/DEL
#
# :is: 	sets pcterm; autowrap; 25 lines; pc char set; prog DEL key; 
# \E\\? does not turn off keycode mode
# <smsc>	sets alternate start/stop; keycode on
hpansi|hp700|hewlett packard 700/44 in HP-PCterm mode:\
	:am:eo:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:@7=\E[4~:RA=\E[?7l:S4=\E[>11h\EPO**x0/65;1/67\E\:\
	:S5=\E[>11l\EP1**x0/11;1/13\E[m\E\:SA=\E[?7h:XF=g:XN=e:\
	:ac=k\277l\332m\300j\331n\305w\302q\304u\264t\303v\301x\263:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:is=\E[44"p\E[?7h\E[>10h\E[>12h\EP1;1|3/7F\E\:\
	:k1=\E[17~:k2=\E[18~:k3=\E[19~:k4=\E[20~:k5=\E[21~:\
	:k6=\E[23~:k7=\E[24~:k8=\E[25~:k9=\E[26~:k;=\E[28~:\
	:kB=\E[Z:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[1~:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:\
	:vi=\E[?25l:
#
# (hp2392: copied :ei: here from hpex -- esr)
hp2392|239x series:\
	:co#80:\
	:bt=\Ei:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cv=\E&a%dY:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:k1=\Ep\r:\
	:k2=\Eq\r:k3=\Er\r:k4=\Es\r:k5=\Et\r:k6=\Eu\r:k7=\Ev\r:\
	:k8=\Ew\r:kF=\EU:kN=\Eu:kP=\Ev:kR=\EV:kh=\Eh:ue=\E&d@:\
	:us=\E&dD:\
	:tc=hpsub:

hpsub|hp terminals -- capability subset:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xo:xs:\
	:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:\
	:is=\E&s1A\E<\E&k0\:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:se=\E&d@:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E&dB:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# hpex:
#	May be used for most 24 x 80 hp terminals,
# but has no padding added, so may allow runover in some terminals at high 
# baud rates.  Will not work for hp2640a or hp2640b terminals, hp98x6 and 
# hp98x5 terminal emulators or hp98x6 consoles.  
# 	Adds xy-cursor addressing, vertical cursor addressing, home, 
# last line, and underline capabilities.
#
# (hpex: removed memory-lock capabilities ":ml=\El:mu=\Em:",
# moved :ei: here from hpsub -- esr)
hpex|hp extended capabilites:\
	:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:cv=\E&a%dY:do=^J:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:us=\E&dD:\
	:tc=hpsub:

# From: Ville Sulko <Ville.Sulko@bip.atk.tpo.fi>, 05 Aug 1996
hp2|hpex2|hewlett-packard extended capabilities newer version:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#2:li#24:lm#0:lw#8:sg#0:\
	:LF=\E&j@:LO=\E&jB:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:\
	:cl=\E&a0y0C\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:\
	:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:kA=\EL:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:\
	:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:\
	:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:ka=\E3:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:kt=\E2:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E&d@:\
	:ml=\El:mu=\Em:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dB:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E&dD:

# HP 236 console
# From: <ddavis@ic.berkeley.edu>
hp236|hp236 internal terminal emulator:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EG:ce=\EK:cl=\EF:cm=\EE%+ %+ :dc=\EJ:dl=\EH:ei=:ic=\EI:\
	:im=:le=^H:me=\ECI:se=\ECI:so=\EBI:up=^K:ve=\EDE:vs=\EDB:

# This works on a hp300 console running Utah 4.3 BSD
# From: Craig Leres <leres@okeeffe.berkeley.edu>
hp300h|HP Catseye console:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:co#128:li#51:lm#0:sg#0:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:\
	:cl=\E&a0y0C\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\ER:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:\
	:im=\EQ:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E&dB:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:
# From: Greg Couch <gregc@ernie.berkeley.edu>
hp9837|hp98720|hp98721|HP 9000/300 workstations:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:co#128:it#8:li#46:lm#0:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:\
	:cl=\E&a0y0C\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:\
	:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:is=\E&v0m1b0i&j@:kA=\EL:\
	:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kS=\EJ:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:\
	:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:se=\E&v0S:sf=^J:so=\E&v5S:st=\E1:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:
# HP 9845 desktop computer from BRL
# (hp9845: removed unknown capability :gu: -- esr)
hp9845|HP 9845:\
	:am:bs:da:db:eo:mi:xs:\
	:co#80:li#21:\
	:al=\EL:bc=\ED:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\E&a%r%2c%2Y:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:ei=\ER:if=/usr/share/tabset/std:im=\EQ:\
	:nd=\EC:se=\E&d@:so=\E&dB:up=\EA:
# From: Charles A. Finnell of MITRE <finnell@mitre.org>, developed 07SEP90
# (hp98550: replaced /usr/share/tabset/9837 with std because :it#8:,:st=\E1:;
# added empty <acsc> to avoid warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
hp98550|hp98550a|HP 9000 Series 300 color console:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:co#128:it#8:li#49:lm#0:\
	:ac=:ae=^O:al=\EL:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:\
	:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:ct=\E3:\
	:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=\ER:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/std:im=\EQ:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:\
	:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:kA=\EL:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:\
	:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:\
	:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:ka=\E3:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:kt=\E2:ku=\EA:le=^H:mb=\E&dA:\
	:md=\E&dJ:me=\E&d@:mh=\E&dH:mk=\E&ds:mr=\E&dJ:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E&d@:sf=^J:so=\E&dJ:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E&dD:ve=\E*dQ:vi=\E*dR:
# From: Victor Duchovni <vic@fine.princeton.edu>
# (hp700-wy: removed obsolete ":nl=^J:";
# replaced /usr/share/tabset/hp700-wy with std because :it#8:,:st=\E1: -- esr)
hp700-wy|HP700/41 emulating wyse30:\
	:am:bs:bw:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=0.7*\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=10\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E0:cv=\E[%+ :dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^V:ei=\Er:ho=^^:\
	:i1=\E~"\EC\Er\E(\EG0\003\E`9\E`1:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=\Eq:kB=\EI:kC=^Z:kE=\ET:\
	:kI=\Eq:kM=\Er:kS=\EY:kT=\EI:kb=\177:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=^^^K:me=10\EG0:nd=^L:se=10\EG0:so=10\EG4:\
	:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=10\EG0:up=^K:us=10\EG8:
# (hp70092: added empty <acsc> to avoid warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
hp70092|hp70092a|hp70092A|HP 700/92:\
	:am:da:db:xs:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#2:li#24:lm#0:lw#8:\
	:LF=\E&j@:LO=\E&jB:ac=:ae=^O:al=\EL:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:\
	:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\E&a0y0C\EJ:cm=\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:\
	:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:\
	:kA=\EL:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kF=\ES:kH=\EF:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:\
	:kM=\ER:kN=\EU:kP=\EV:kR=\ET:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:ka=\E3:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E&s1A:kt=\E2:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:mb=\E&dA:md=\E&dB:me=\E&d@:mh=\E&dH:mr=\E&dB:\
	:nd=\EC:se=\E&d@:so=\E&dJ:sr=\ET:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:

bobcat|sbobcat|HP 9000 model 300 console:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xs:\
	:co#128:it#8:li#47:sg#0:\
	:al=10*\EL:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=6\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=6\E&a%dy%dC:cr=^M:cv=6\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=10*\EM:do=\EB:\
	:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E&s0A:kh=\Eh:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ks=\E&s1A:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:se=\E&d@:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E&dB:ta=^I:ue=\E&d@:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:
gator-t|HP 9000 model 237 emulating extra-tall AAA:\
	:li#94:tc=gator:
gator|HP 9000 model 237 emulating AAA:\
	:bw:km:mi:ul:\
	:co#128:it#8:li#47:\
	:AL=1*\E[%dL:DC=4\E[%dP:DL=1*\E[%dM:IC=4\E[%d@:al=\E[L:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%d`:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:rp=1*%.\E[%db:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:
gator-52|HP 9000 model 237 emulating VT52:\
	:co#128:li#47:tc=vt52:
gator-52t|HP 9000 model 237 emulating extra-tall VT52:\
	:li#94:tc=gator-52:

#### Honeywell-Bull
#
# From: Michael Haardt <michael@gandalf.moria> 11 Jan 93
#

# Honeywell Bull terminal.  Its cursor and function keys send single
# control characters and it has standout/underline glitch.  Most programs
# do not like these features/bugs.  Visual bell is realized by flashing the
# "keyboard locked" LED.
dku7003-dumb|Honeywell Bull DKU 7003 dumb mode:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:cd=^_:ce=\E[K:cl=^]^_:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^K:ho=^]:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^K:kh=^]:kl=^Y:kr=^X:ku=^Z:le=^Y:nd=^X:nw=^M^J:\
	:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^Z:vb=\E[2h\E[2l:
dku7003|Honeywell Bull DKU 7003 all features described:\
	:ms:\
	:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[7m:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:se=\E[m:\
	:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:\
	:tc=dku7003-dumb:

#### Lear-Siegler (adm)
#
# These guys are long since out of the terminals business, but
# in 1995 many current terminals still have an adm type as one of their
# emulations (usually their stupidest, and usually labeled adm3, though
# these `adm3' emulations normally have adm3a+ capabilities).
#
# WARNING: Some early ADM terminals (including the ADM3 and ADM5) had a 
# `diagnostic feature' that sending them a ^G while pin 22 (`Ring Indicator')
# was being held to ground would trigger a send of the top line on the screen.
# A quick fix might be to drop back to a cheesy 4-wire cable with pin 22
# hanging in the air.
#

adm1a|adm1|lsi adm1a:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\E;:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:le=^H:nd=^L:\
	:sf=^J:up=^K:
adm2|lsi adm2:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E;:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^K:
# (adm3: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P:" -- esr)
adm3|lsi adm3:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^Z:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:sf=^J:
# The following ADM-3A switch settings are assumed for normal operation:
#	SPACE		U/L_DISP	CLR_SCRN	24_LINE
#	CUR_CTL		LC_EN		AUTO_NL		FDX
# Other switches may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.  I recommend
#	DISABLE_KB_LOCK	LOCAL_OFF	103		202_OFF
#	ETX_OFF		EOT_OFF
# Most of these terminals required an option ROM to support lower case display.
# Open the case and look at the motherboard; if you see an open 24-pin DIP
# socket, you may be out of luck.
#
# (adm3a: some capabilities merged in from BRl entry -- esr)
adm3a|lsi adm3a:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=1\032:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ma=^K^P:nd=^L:nl=^J:r1=^N:rs=^N:sf=^J:\
	:up=^K:
adm3a+|adm3a plus:\
	:kb=^H:tc=adm3a:
# (adm5: removed obsolete ":ma=^Hh^Jj^Kk^Ll^^H:" & duplicate ":do=^J:" -- esr)
adm5|lsi adm5:\
	:sg#1:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kh=^^:se=\EG:so=\EG:tc=adm3a+:
# A lot of terminals other than adm11s use these.  Wherever you see
# use=adm+sgr with some of its capabilities disabled, try the
# disabled ones.  They may well work but not have been documented or
# expressed in the using entry.  We'd like to cook up an :sa: but the
# :ae:/:as: sequences of the using entries vary too much.
adm+sgr|adm style highlight capabilities:\
	:me=\EG0:mk=\EG1:mr=\EG4:se=\EG0:so=\EG4:ue=\EG0:us=\EG8:
# LSI ADM-11 from George William Hartwig, Jr. <geo@BRL-TGR.ARPA> via BRL
# Status line additions from Stephen J. Muir <stephen%comp.lancs.ac.uk@ucl-cs>
# :kh: from <stephen%comp.lancs.ac.uk@ucl-cs.arpa>.  :cl: could also
# be ^Z, according to his entry.
# (adm11: :us:=\EG4 was obviously erroneous because it also said
# :mr:=\EG4.  Looking at other ADMs confirms this -- esr)
adm11|LSI ADM-11:\
	:am:bs:hs:\
	:co#80:kn#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ds=\Eh:\
	:fs=\E(\r:ho=^^:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mb=\EG2:nd=^L:nl=^J:nw=^M^J:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\EF\E):up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# From: Andrew Scott Beals <bandy@lll-crg.ARPA>
# Corrected by Olaf Siebert <rhialto@polder.ubc.kun.nl>, 11 May 1995
# (adm12: removed obsolete ":kn:ma=j^Jk^P^K^Pl ^R^L^L :".  This formerly had
# :is:=\Eq but that looked wrong; this :is: is from Dave Yost <esquire!yost>
# via BRL.  That entry asserted :sg#1:, but I've left that out because 
# neither earlier nor later ADMSs have it -- esr)
adm12|lsi adm12:\
	:am:bs:mi:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ug#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=\Eq:\
	:is=\E0        \E1        \E1        \E1        \E1        \E1        \E1        \E1        \E1:\
	:k0=^A0\r:k1=^A1\r:k2=^A2\r:k3=^A3\r:k4=^A4\r:k5=^A5\r:\
	:k6=^A6\r:k7=^A7\r:k8=^A8\r:k9=^A9\r:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:st=\E1:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# (adm20: removed obsolete ":kn#7:" -- esr)
adm20|lear siegler adm20:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:\
	:cm=\E=%i%r%+^_%+^_:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:\
	:im=:k1=^A:k2=^B:k3=^W:k4=^D:k5=^E:k6=^X:k7=^Z:le=^H:me=\E(:\
	:nd=^L:se=\E(:so=\E):ta=^I:up=^K:
adm21|lear siegler adm21:\
	:sg#1:\
	:al=30*\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=30*\ER:do=^J:\
	:ei=:ic=\EQ:im=:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:mk@:sf=^J:\
	:me=\EG0:mk=\EG1:mr=\EG4:se=\EG0:so=\EG4:ue=\EG0:us=\EG8:\
	:tc=adm3a:
# (adm22: ":em=:" was an obvious typo for ":ei=:"; also,
# removed obsolete ":kn#7:ma=j^Jk^P^K^Pl ^R^L^L :";
# removed bogus-looking \200 from before :cm:. -- esr)
adm22|lsi adm22:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=:\
	:is=\E%\014\014\014\016\003\200\003\002\003\002\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:l1=F1:l2=F2:\
	:l3=F3:l4=F4:l5=F5:l6=F6:l7=F7:le=^H:me=\E(:nd=^L:se=\E(:\
	:so=\E):ta=\Ei:up=^K:
# ADM 31 DIP Switches
#
# This information comes from two versions of the manual for the
# Lear-Siegler ADM 31.
#
# Main board:
#                  rear of case
#   +-||||-------------------------------------+
#   + S1S2                              ||S    +
#   +                                   ||3    +
#   +                                          +
#   +                                ||S       +
#   +                                ||4       +
#   +                                          +
#   +                                          +
#   +                                          +
#   +                                          +
#   +                                          +
# +-+                                          +-+
# +                                              +
# +                               S5 S6 S7       +   
# +                               == == ==       +
# +----------------------------------------------+
#            front of case (keyboard)
#
#  S1 - Data Rate - Modem
#  S2 - Data Rate - Printer
# ------------------------
# Data Rate   Setting
# -------------------
# 50          0 0 0 0
# 75          1 0 0 0
# 110         0 1 0 0
# 134.5       1 1 0 0
# 150         0 0 1 0
# 300         1 0 1 0
# 600         0 1 1 0
# 1200        1 1 1 0
# 1800        0 0 0 1
# 2000        1 0 0 1
# 2400        0 1 0 1
# 3600        1 1 0 1
# 4800        0 0 1 1
# 7200        1 0 1 1
# 9600        0 1 1 1
# x           1 1 1 1
#
# S3 - Interface/Printer/Attributes
# ---------------------------------
# Printer Busy Control
# sw1   sw2   sw3
# ---------------
# off   off   off   Busy not active, CD disabled
# off   off   on    Busy not active, CD enabled
# off   on    off   Busy active on J5-20, CD disabled
# on    off   off   Busy active on J5-19, CD disabled - Factory Set.
# on    off   on    Busy active on J5-19, CD enabled
#
# sw4   Used in conjuction with S4 for comm interface control - Fact 0
#
# sw5   Secondary Channel Control (Hardware implementation only) - Fact 0
#
# sw6   ON enables printer BUSY active LOW - Factory Setting
#       OFF enables printer BUSY active HIGH - If set to this, ADM31 senses
#
# sw7   ON - steady cursor - Factory Setting
#       OFF - blinking cursor
#
# sw8   ON causes selected attribute character to be displayed
#       OFF causes SPACE to be displayed instead - Factory Setting
#
# S4 - Interface
# --------------
# Modem Interface
# S3    S4    S4    S4    S4
# sw4   sw1   sw2   sw3   sw4
# ---------------------------
# OFF   ON    OFF   ON    OFF   Enable RS-232C interface, Direct Connect and
#                               Current Loop disabled - Factory Setting
# ON    ON    OFF   ON    OFF   Enable Current Loop interface, Direct Connect
#                               disabled
# OFF   OFF   ON    OFF   ON    Enable Direct Connect interface, RS-232C and
#                               Current Loop Disabled
#
# sw5   ON disables dot stretching mode - Factory Setting
#       OFF enables dot stretching mode
# sw6   ON enables blanking function
#       OFF enables underline function - Factory Setting
# sw7   ON causes NULLS to be displayed as NULLS
#       OFF causes NULLS to be displayed as SPACES - Factory Setting
#
# S5 - Word Structure
# -------------------
# sw1   ON enables BREAK key - Factory Setting
#       OFF disables BREAK key
# sw2   ON selects 50Hz monitor refresh rate
#       OFF selects 60Hz monitor refresh rate - Factory Setting
#
# Modem Port Selection
# sw3   sw4   sw5
# ---------------
# ON    ON    ON    Selects 7 DATA bits, even parity, 2 STOP bits
# OFF   ON    ON    Selects 7 DATA bits, odd  parity, 2 STOP bits
# ON    OFF   ON    Selects 7 DATA bits, even parity, 1 STOP bit - Factory Set.
# OFF   OFF   ON    Selects 7 DATA bits, odd  parity, 1 STOP bit
# ON    ON    OFF   Selects 8 DATA bits, no   parity, 2 STOP bits
# OFF   ON    OFF   Selects 8 DATA bits, no   parity, 1 STOP bit
# ON    OFF   OFF   Selects 8 DATA bits, even parity, 1 STOP bit
# OFF   OFF   OFF   Selects 8 DATA bits, odd  parity, 1 STOP bit
#
# sw6   ON  sends bit 8 a 1 (mark)
#       OFF sends bit 8 as 0 (space) - Factory Setting
# sw7   ON  selects Block Mode
#       OFF selects Conversation Mode - Factory Setting
# sw8   ON  selects Full Duplex operation
#       OFF selects Half Duplex operation - Factory Setting
#
# S6 - Printer
# ------------
# sw1, sw2, sw6, sw7   Reserved - Factory 0
#
# Printer Port Selection
# same as Modem above, bit 8 (when 8 DATA bits) is always = 0
#
# sw8   ON   enables Printer Port
#       OFF disables Printer Port - Factory Setting
#
# S7 - Polling Address
# --------------------
# sw1-7 Establish ASCII character which designates terminal polling address
#       ON  = logic 0
#       OFF = logic 1 - Factory Setting
# sw8   ON   enables Polling Option
#       OFF disables Polling Option - Factory Setting
#
#
# On some older adm31s, S4 does not exist, and S5-sw6 is not defined.
#
# This adm31 entry uses underline as the standout mode.
# If the adm31 gives you trouble with standout mode, check the DIP switch in
# position 6, bank @c11, 25% from back end of the circuit board.  Should be
# OFF.  If there is no such switch, you have an old adm31 and must use oadm31.
# (adm31: removed obsolete ":ma=j^Jk^P^K^Pl ^R^L^L :" -- esr)
adm31|lsi adm31 with sw6 set for underline mode:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:im=\Eq:is=\Eu\E0:k0=^A0\r:\
	:k1=^A1\r:k2=^A2\r:k3=^A3\r:k4=^A4\r:k5=^A5\r:k6=^A6\r:\
	:k7=^A7\r:k8=^A8\r:k9=^A9\r:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:me=\EG0:nd=^L:se=\EG0:sf=^J:so=\EG1:ue=\EG0:up=^K:us=\EG1:
adm31-old|o31|old adm31:\
	:so=\EG4:ue@:us@:tc=adm31:
# LSI ADM-36 from Col. George L. Sicherman <gloria!colonel> via BRL
adm36|LSI ADM36:\
	:bs:pt:\
	:kn#4:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:\
	:is=\E<\E>\E[6;?2;?7;?8h\E[4;20;?1;?3;?4;?5;?6;?18;?19l:tc=vt100:
# (adm42: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P:" -- esr)
adm42|lsi adm42:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E;:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:im=\Eq:ip=:kd=^J:kh=^^:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:pc=\177:sf=^J:ta=^I:ue@:\
	:up=^K:us@:vs=\EC\E3 \E3(:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# The following termcap for the Lear Siegler ADM-42 leaves the 
# "system line" at the bottom of the screen blank (for those who 
# find it distracting otherwise)
adm42-ns|lsi adm-42 with no system line:\
	:al=\EE\EF \011:bt=\EI\EF \011:cd=\EY\EF \011:\
	:ce=\ET\EF \011:cl=\E;\EF \011:cm=\E=%+ %+ \EF \011:\
	:dc=\EW\EF \011:dl=\ER\EF \011:ei=\Er\EF \011:\
	:im=\Eq\EF \011:tc=adm42:
# ADM 1178 terminal -- rather like an ADM-42.  Manual is dated March 1 1985.
# The insert mode of this terminal is commented out because it's broken for our
# purposes in that it will shift the position of every character on the page,
# not just the cursor line!
# From: Michael Driscoll <fenris@lightspeed.net> 10 July 1996
adm1178|1178|lsi adm1178:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ho=^^:ip=6*:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:le=^H:md=\E(:me=\E):mr=\EG4:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:pc=\177:se=\EG0:\
	:sf=^J:so=\EG4:ta=^I:ue=\EG0:up=^K:us=\EG1:vs=\EC\E3 \E3(:

#### Prime
#
# Yes, Prime makes terminals.  These entries were posted by Kevin J. Cummings
# <cummings@primerd.Prime.COM> on 14 Dec 1992 and lightly edited by esr.
#

# Standout mode is dim reverse-video.
pt100|pt200|wren|fenix|prime pt100/pt200:\
	:am:bw:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[M:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L\E[t:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J\E[r:ce=\E[K\E[t:\
	:cl=\E?:cm=\E0%+|%+|:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:do=\ED:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E$B:\
	:im=\E[4h:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[>13l:kh=\E$A:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[>13h:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[2;7m:ta=^I:te=:\
	:ti=\E[>1l\E[>2l\E[>16l\E[4l\E[>9l\E[20l\E[>3l\E[>7h\E[>12l\E[1Q:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:vb=\E$\E$P:
pt100w|pt200w|wrenw|fenixw|prime pt100/pt200 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:tc=pt100:
pt250|Prime PT250:\
	:se@:so@:tc=pt100:
pt250w|Prime PT250 in 132-column mode:\
	:se@:so@:tc=pt100w:

#### Qume (qvt)
#
#	Qume, Inc.
#	3475-A North 1st Street
#	San Jose CA 95134
#	Vox: (800)-457-4447
#	Fax: (408)-473-1510
#	Net: josed@techsupp.wyse.com (Jose D'Oliveira)
#
# Qume was bought by Wyse, but still (as of early 1995) has its own support
# group and production division.
#
# Discontinued Qume models:
#
# The qvt101 and qvt102 listed here are long obsolete; so is the qvt101+
# built to replace them, and a qvt119+ which was a 101+ with available wide
# mode (132 columns).  There was a qvt103 which added vt100/vt131 emulations
# and an ANSI-compatible qvt203 that replaced it.  Qume started producing
# ANSI-compatible terminals with the qvt323 and qvt61.
#
# Current Qume models (as of February 1995):
#
# All current Qume terminals have ANSI-compatible operation modes.
# Qume is still producing the qvt62, which features emulations for other
# popular lines such as ADDS, and dual-host capabilities.  The qvt82 is
# designed for use as a SCO ANSI terminal.  The qvt70 is a color terminal
# with many emulations including Wyse370, Wyse 325, etc.  Their newest
# model is the qvt520, which is vt420-compatible.
#
# There are some ancient printing Qume terminals under `Daisy Wheel Printers'

qvt101|qvt108|qume qvt 101 and QVT 108:\
	:sg#1:tc=qvt101+:

# This used to have :vs=\E.2: but no :ve: or :vi:.  The BSD termcap
# file had :vs=\EM4 \200\200\200:.  I've done the safe thing and yanked 
# both. The :mr: is from BSD, which also claimed bold=\E( and dim=\E).
# What seems to be going on here is that this entry was designed so that
# the normal highlight is bold and standout is dim plus something else
# (reverse-video maybe?  But then, are there two :mr: sequences?)  
qvt101+|qvt101p|qume qvt 101 PLUS product:\
	:am:bw:hs:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\Eg\Ef\r:ei=:fs=^M:ho=^^:\
	:ic=\EQ:im=:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:\
	:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:kA=\EE:\
	:kB=\EI:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:pf=\EA:po=\E@:se=\E(:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E0P\E):st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\Eg\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.4:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
qvt102|qume qvt 102:\
	:ve=\E.:tc=qvt101:
# (qvt103: added <rmam>/<smam> based on init string -- esr)
qvt103|qume qvt 103:\
	:am:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:do=^J:\
	:ho=\E[H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:\
	:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
qvt103-w|qume qvt103 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?8h:tc=qvt103:
qvt119+|qvt119p|qvt119|qume qvt 119 and 119PLUS terminals:\
	:am:hs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*1:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\Eg\Ef\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:\
	:ho=^^:im=\Eq:is=\EDF\EC\EG0\Er\E(\E%EX:k0=^AI\r:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:pf=\EA:po=\E@:sf=^J:sr=\EJ:st=\E1:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\Eg\Ef:up=^K:us=\EG8:vb=\En0\En1:ve=\E.4:vs=\E.2:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
qvt119+-25|qvt119p-25|QVT 119 PLUS with 25 data lines:\
	:li#25:tc=qvt119+:
qvt119+-w|qvt119p-w|qvt119-w|QVT 119 and 119 PLUS in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\EG0\Er\E(\E%\EX\En4:tc=qvt119+:
qvt119+-25-w|qvt119p-25-w|qvt119-25-w|QVT 119 and 119 PLUS 132 by 25:\
	:li#25:tc=qvt119+:
qvt203|qvt203+|qume qvt 203 Plus:\
	:al=\E[L:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:ip=:k0=\E[29~:\
	:k1=\E[17~:k2=\E[18~:k3=\E[19~:k4=\E[20~:k5=\E[21~:\
	:k6=\E[23~:k7=\E[24~:k8=\E[25~:k9=\E[28~:sf=\n:\
	:tc=qvt103:
qvt203-w|qvt203-w-am|qume qvt 203 PLUS in 132 cols (w/advanced video):\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?8h:tc=qvt203:
#
#	Since a command is present for enabling 25 data lines,
#	a specific terminfo entry may be generated for the 203.
#	If one is desired for the QVT 119 PLUS then 25 lines must
#	be selected in the status line (setup line 9).
#
qvt203-25|QVT 203 PLUS with 25 by 80 column mode:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:is=\E[=40h\E[?3l:tc=qvt203:
qvt203-25-w|QVT 203 PLUS with 25 by 132 columns:\
	:co#132:li#25:\
	:r2=\E[?3h\E[=40h:tc=qvt203:

#### Televideo (tvi)
#
#	TeleVideo
#	550 East Brokaw Road
#	PO Box 49048    95161
#	San Jose CA 95112
#	Vox: (408)-954-8333
#	Fax: (408)-954-0623
#
#
# There are some tvi terminals that require incredible amounts of padding and
# some that don't.  I'm assuming tvi912 and tvi920 are the old slow ones, and
# tvi912b, tvi912c, tvi920b, tvi920c are the new ones that don't need padding.
#
# All of these terminals (912 to 970 and the tvipt) are discontinued.  Newer
# Televideo terminals are ANSI and PC-ANSI compatible.

tvi803|televideo 803:\
	:cl=\E*:tc=tvi950:

# Vanilla tvi910 -- W. Gish <cswarren@violet> 10/29/86
# Switch settings are:
# 
# S1  1 2 3 4
#     D D D D  9600
#     D D D U    50
#     D D U D    75
#     D D U U   110
#     D U D D   135
#     D U D U   150
#     D U U D   300
#     D U U U   600
#     U D D D  1200
#     U D D U  1800
#     U D U D  2400
#     U D U U  3600
#     U U D D  4800
#     U U D U  7200
#     U U U D  9600
#     U U U U 19200
# 
# S1  5 6 7 8
#     U D X D  7N1 (data bits, parity, stop bits) (X means ignored)
#     U D X U  7N2
#     U U D D  7O1
#     U U D U  7O2
#     U U U D  7E1
#     U U U U  7E2
#     D D X D  8N1
#     D D X U  8N2
#     D U D D  8O1
#     D U U U  8E2
# 
# S1  9  Autowrap
#     U  on
#     D  off
# 
# S1 10  CR/LF
#     U  do CR/LF when CR received
#     D  do CR when CR received
# 
# S2  1  Mode
#     U  block
#     D  conversational
# 
# S2  2  Duplex
#     U  half
#     D  full
# 
# S2  3  Hertz
#     U  50
#     D  60
# 
# S2  4  Edit mode
#     U  local
#     D  duplex
# 
# S2  5  Cursor type
#     U  underline
#     D  block
# 
# S2  6  Cursor down key
#     U  send ^J
#     D  send ^V
# 
# S2  7  Screen colour
#     U  green on black
#     D  black on green
# 
# S2  8  DSR status (pin 6)
#     U  disconnected
#     D  connected
# 
# S2  9  DCD status (pin 8)
#     U  disconnected
#     D  duplex
# 
# S2 10  DTR status (pin 20)
#     U  disconnected
#     D  duplex
# (tvi910: removed obsolete ":ma=^Kk^Ll^R^L:"; added :kh:, :le:, :do:,
# :sf:, <hpa>, <vpa>, :am:, :ms: from SCO entry -- esr)
tvi910|televideo model 910:\
	:am:bs:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:ch=\E]%+ :cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:cv=\E[%+ :do=^J:ho=\E=\001\001:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:\
	:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:\
	:k9=^AH\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:\
	:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# From: Alan R. Rogers <rogers%albany@csnet-relay>
# as subsequently hacked over by someone at SCO
# (tvi910+: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P^L :" -- esr)
#
# Here are the 910+'s DIP switches (U = up, D = down, X = don't care):
#
# S1  1 2 3 4:
#     D D D D  9600     D D D U    50     D D U D    75     D D U U   110
#     D U D D   135     D U D U   150     D U U D   300     D U U U   600
#     U D D D  1200     U D D U  1800     U D U D  2400     U D U U  3600
#     U U D D  4800     U U D U  7200     U U U D  9600     U U U U 19200
#
# S1  5 6 7 8:
#     U D X D  7N1     U D X U  7N2     U U D D  7O1     U U D U  7O2
#     U U U D  7E1     U U U U  7E2     D D X D  8N1     D D X U  8N2
#     D U D D  8O1     D U U U  8E2
# 
# S1  9  Autowrap            (U = on, D = off)
# S1 10  CR/LF               (U = CR/LF on CR received, D = CR on CR received)
# S2  1  Mode                (U = block, D = conversational)
# S2  2  Duplex              (U =  half, D = full)
# S2  3  Hertz               (U = 50, D = 60)
# S2  4  Edit mode           (U = local, D = duplex)
# S2  5  Cursor type         (U = underline, D = block)
# S2  6  Cursor down key     (U = send ^J, D = send ^V)
# S2  7  Screen colour       (U = green on black, D = black on green)
# S2  8  DSR status (pin 6)  (U = disconnected, D = connected)
# S2  9  DCD status (pin 8)  (U = disconnected, D = connected)
# S2 10  DTR status (pin 20) (U = disconnected, D = connected)
#
tvi910+|televideo 910+:\
	:al=\EE:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=:k0=^A@\r:k1=^AA\r:\
	:k2=^AB\r:k3=^AC\r:k4=^AD\r:k5=^AE\r:k6=^AF\r:k7=^AG\r:\
	:k8=^AH\r:k9=^AI\r:ll=\E=7 :\
	:tc=tvi910:

# (tvi912: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P^L :", added  :vb: and
# :kh: from BRL entry -- esr)
tvi912|tvi914|tvi920|old televideo 912/914/920:\
	:am:bs:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\Ey:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E3:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:\
	:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:\
	:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:nd=^L:se=\Ek:sf=^J:so=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:\
	:vb=\Eb\Ed:
# the 912 has a <funct> key that's like shift: <funct>8 xmits "^A8\r".
# The 920 has this plus real function keys that xmit different things.
# Terminfo makes you use the funct key on the 912 but the real keys on the 920.
tvi912c|tvi912b|new televideo 912:\
	:al=\EE:dl=\ER:tc=tvi912:
# set to page 1 when entering curses application (\E-17 )
# reset to page 0 when exiting curses application (\E-07 )
tvi912-2p|tvi920-2p|tvi-2p|televideo w/2 pages:\
	:te=\E-07 :ti=\E-17 :tc=tvi912:
# We got some new tvi912c terminals that act really weird on the regular 
# termcap, so one of our gurus worked this up. Seems that cursor 
# addressing is broken.
tvi912cc|tvi912 at cowell college:\
	:cm@:tc=tvi912c:

# Here are the switch settings for the tvi920c:
#
# S1 (Line), and S3 (Printer) baud rates -- put one, and only one, switch down:
# 2: 9600	3: 4800		4: 2400		5: 1200
# 6:  600	7:  300		8:  150		9:   75
# 10: 110
#
# S2 UART/Terminal options:
# 		Up			Down
# 1:		Not used		Not allowed
# 2:	Alternate character set	  Standard character set
# 3:	    Full duplex		    Half duplex
# 4:	    50 Hz refresh	    60 Hz refresh
# 5:	      No parity		     Send parity
# 6:	     2 stop bits	     1 stop bit
# 7:	     8 data bits	     7 data bits
# 8:		Not used		Not allowed on Rev E or lower
# 9:	     Even parity	     Odd parity
# 10:	    Steady cursor	    Blinking cursor
# 	(On Rev E or lower, use W25 instead of switch 10.)
# 
# S5 UART/Terminal options:
# 		Open			Closed
# 1:	P3-6 Not connected	DSR received on P3-6
# 2:	P3-8 Not connected	DCD received on P3-8
#
# 3 Open, 4 Open:		P3-20 Not connected
# 3 Open, 4 Closed:	DTR on when terminal is on
# 3 Closed, 4 Open:	DTR is connected to RTS
# 3 Closed, 4 Closed:	Not allowed
#
# 5 Closed:	HDX printer (hardware control) Rev. K with extension port off,
# 		all data transmitted out of the modem port (P3) will also be
# 		transmitted out of the printer port (P4).
#
# 6 Open, 7 Open:		Not allowed
# 6 Open, 7 Closed:	20ma current loop input
# 6 Closed, 7 Open:	RS232 input
# 6 Closed, 7 Closed:	Not allowed
#
# Jumper options:
# If the jumper is installed, the effect will occur (the next time the terminal
# is switched on).
#
# S4/W31:	Enables automatic LF upon receipt of CR from
# 		remote or keyboard.
# S4/W32:	Enables transmission of EOT at the end of Send.  If not 
# 		installed, a carriage return is sent.
# S4/W33:	Disables automatic carriage return in column 80.
# S4/W34:	Selects Page Print Mode as initial condition.  If not 
# 		installed, Extension Mode is selected.
#
tvi920b|tvi920c|new televideo 920:\
	:al=\EE:dl=\ER:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:\
	:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:\
	:tc=tvi912:

# Televideo 921 and variants
# From: Tim Theisen <tim@cs.wisc.edu> 22 Sept 1995
# (tvi921: removed :ko=bt: before translation, I see no backtab cap;
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress tic warning -- esr)
tvi921|televideo model 921 with sysline same as page & real vi function:\
	:am:bs:hs:pt:xn:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:ac=:ae=\E%:al=\EE:as=\E$:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=3\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=1*\ER:do=^V:ds=\Ef\r\Eg:ei=:fs=\Eg:ho=^^:\
	:ic=\EQ:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=:\
	:is=\El\E"\EF1\E.3\017\EA\E<:kA=\EE:kC=^Z:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:\
	:kI=\EQ:kL=1*\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^V:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:mk@:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ts=\Ef\EG0:up=^K:ve=\E.3:\
	:vs=\E.2:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# without the beeper
# (tvi92B: removed :ko=bt: before translation, I see no backtab cap;
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress tic warning -- esr)
tvi92B|televideo model 921 with sysline same as page & real vi function:\
	:am:hs:xn:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:ac=:ae=\E%:al=\EE:as=\E$:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=3\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=1*\ER:do=^V:ds=\Ef\r\Eg:ei=:fs=\Eg:ho=^^:\
	:ic=\EQ:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=:\
	:is=\El\E"\EF1\E.3\017\EA\E<:kA=\EE:kC=^Z:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:\
	:kI=\EQ:kL=1*\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^V:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:mk@:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ts=\Ef\EG0:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:\
	:ve=\E.3:vs=\E.2:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# (tvi92D: removed :ko=bt: before translation, I see no backtab cap -- esr)
tvi92D|tvi92B with DTR instead of XON/XOFF & better padding:\
	:al=2*\EE:dl=2*\ER:is=\El\E"\EF1\E.3\016\EA\E<:kA=2*\EE:\
	:kL=2*\ER:\
	:tc=tvi92B:

# (tvi924: This used to have :ds=\Es0:, :fs=\031:.  I put the new strings
# in from a BSD termcap file because it looks like they do something the
# old ones skip -- esr)
tvi924|televideo tvi924:\
	:am:bw:hs:in:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#0:ws#80:\
	:F1=^AK\r:F2=^AL\r:F3=^AM\r:F4=^AN\r:F5=^AO\r:al=\EE:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*0:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E_%+ %+ :ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^V:ds=\Es0\Ef\031:\
	:ei=:fs=\031\Es1:ho=^^:\
	:i1=\017\E%\E'\E(\EDF\EC\EG0\EN0\Es0\Ev0:ic=\EQ:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=:k0=^A@\r:k1=^AA\r:\
	:k2=^AB\r:k3=^AC\r:k4=^AD\r:k5=^AE\r:k6=^AF\r:k7=^AG\r:\
	:k8=^AH\r:k9=^AI\r:k;=^AJ\r:kA=\EE:kC=\E*0:kD=\EW:kE=\Et:\
	:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\Ey:kb=^H:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:\
	:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:l5=F6:l6=F7:l7=F8:l8=F9:l9=F10:\
	:la=F11:le=^H:mb=\EG2:mk@:nd=^L:pk=\E|%+1%s\031:sf=^J:\
	:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.3:vi=\E.0:\
	:vs=\E.1:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:

# TVI925 DIP switches.  In each of these, D = Down and U = Up,
#
# Here are the settings for the external (baud) switches (S1):
#
#             Position		Baud
# 7	8	9	10		[Printer]
# 1	2	3	4		[Main RS232]
# -----------------------------------------------------
# D	D	D	D	9600
# D	D	D	U	  50
# D	D	U	D	  75
# D	D	U	U	 110
# D	U	D	D	 135
# D	U	D	U	 150
# D	U	U	D	 300
# D	U	U	U	 600
# U	D	D	D	1200
# U	D	D	U	1800
# U	D	U	D	2400
# U	D	U	U	3600
# U	U	D	D	4800
# U	U	D	U	7200
# U	U	U	D	9600
# U	U	U	U	19200
# 
# 
# Settings for word length and stop-bits (S1)
#
#  Position	Description
# 5	6	
# ---------------------------
# U	-	7-bit word
# D	-	8-bit word
# -	U	2 stop bits
# -	D	1 stop bit
# 
# 
# S2 (external) settings
#
# Position	Up	Dn	Description
# --------------------------------------------
# 1		X		Local edit
# 			X	Duplex edit (transmit editing keys)
# --------------------------------------------
# 2		X		912/920 emulation
# 			X	925
# --------------------------------------------
# 3			X
# 4			X	No parity
# 5			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 3			X
# 4			X	Odd parity
# 5		X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 3			X
# 4		X		Even parity
# 5		X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 3		X	
# 4			X	Mark parity
# 5		X		
# --------------------------------------------
# 3		X
# 4		X		Space parity
# 5		X
# --------------------------------------------
# 6		X		White on black display
# 			X	Black on white display
# --------------------------------------------
# 7			X	Half Duplex
# 8			X
# --------------------------------------------
# 7		X		Full Duplex
# 8			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 7			X	Block mode
# 8		X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 9			X	50 Hz
# 		X		60 Hz
# --------------------------------------------
# 10		X		CR/LF (Auto LF)
# 			X	CR only
# 
# S3 (internal switch) settings:
# 
# Position	Up	Dn	Description
# --------------------------------------------
# 1		X		Keyclick off 
# 			X	Keyclick on
# --------------------------------------------
# 2			X	English
# 3			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 2			X	German
# 3		X		
# --------------------------------------------
# 2		X		French
# 3			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 2		X		Spanish
# 3		X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 4			X	Blinking block cursor
# 5			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 4			X	Blinking underline cursor
# 5		X		
# --------------------------------------------
# 4		X		Steady block cursor
# 5			X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 4		X		Steady underline cursor
# 5		X	
# --------------------------------------------
# 6		X		Screen blanking timer (ON)
# 			X	Screen blanking timer (OFF)
# --------------------------------------------
# 7		X		Page attributes
# 			X	Line attributes
# --------------------------------------------
# 8		X		DCD disconnected
# 			X	DCD connected
# --------------------------------------------
# 9		X		DSR disconnected
# 			X	DSR connected
# --------------------------------------------
# 10		X		DTR Disconnected
# 			X	DTR connected
# --------------------------------------------
#
# (tvi925: BSD has :cl=\E*:.  I got :is: and :sr: from there -- esr)
tvi925|televideo 925:\
	:am:bs:bw:hs:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^V:ds=\Eh:ei=:fs=^M\Eg:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:\
	:im=:is=\El\E":k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:\
	:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:\
	:kA=\EE:kC=^Z:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^V:\
	:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:sf=^J:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:\
	:ta=^I:ts=\Eh\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.4:vs=\E.2:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# TeleVideo 925 from Mitch Bradley <sun!wmb> via BRL
# to avoid "magic cookie" standout glitch:
tvi925-hi|TeleVideo Model 925 with half intensity standout mode:\
	:sg@:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:se=\E(:so=\E):tc=tvi925:

# From: Todd Litwin <litwin@litwin.jpl.nasa.gov> 28 May 1993
# Originally Tim Curry, Univ. of Central Fla., <duke!ucf-cs!tim> 5/21/82
# for additional capabilities, 
# The following tvi descriptions from B:pjphar and virus!mike
# is for all 950s.  It sets the following attributes:
# full duplex (\EDF)		write protect off (\E()
# conversation mode (\EC)	graphics mode off (\E%)
# white on black (\Ed)		auto page flip off (\Ew)
# turn off status line (\Eg)	clear status line (\Ef\r)
# normal video (\E0)		monitor mode off (\EX or \Eu)
# edit mode (\Er)		load blank char to space (\Ee\040)
# line edit mode (\EO)		enable buffer control (^O)
# protect mode off (\E\047)	duplex edit keys (\El)
# program unshifted send key to send line all (\E016)
# program shifted send key to send line unprotected (\E004)
# set the following to nulls:
#	field delimiter (\Ex0\200\200)
#	line delimiter (\Ex1\200\200)
#	start-protected field delimiter (\Ex2\200\200)
#	end-protected field delimiter (\Ex3\200\200)
# set end of text delimiter to carriage return/null (\Ex4\r\200)
# 
#                     TVI 950 Switch Setting Reference Charts
# 
#                                     TABLE 1:
# 
#      S1     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    10
#          +-----------------------+-----+-----+-----------------------+
#          | Computer Baud Rate    |Data |Stop | Printer Baud Rate     |
#          |                       |Bits |Bits |                       |
#   +------+-----------------------+-----+-----+-----------------------+
#   |  Up  |        See            |  7  |  2  |        See            |
#   +------+-----------------------+-----+-----+-----------------------+
#   | Down |      TABLE 2          |  8  |  1  |      TABLE 2          |
#   +------+-----------------------+-----+-----+-----------------------+
# 
# 
#      S2     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    10
#          +-----+-----+-----------------+-----+-----------+-----+-----+
#          |Edit |Cursr|    Parity       |Video|Transmiss'n| Hz  |Click|
#   +------+-----+-----+-----------------+-----+-----------+-----+-----+
#   |  Up  | Dplx|Blink|      See        |GonBk|   See     | 60  | Off |
#   +------+-----+-----+-----------------+-----+-----------+-----+-----+
#   | Down |Local|St'dy|    TABLE 3      |BkonG|  CHART    | 50  | On  |
#   +------+-----+-----+-----------------+-----+-----------+-----+-----+
#  
#                                    TABLE 2:
# 
#             +-----------+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----------+
#             | Display   |  1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |   Baud    |
#             +-----------+-----+-----+-----+-----+           |
#             | Printer   |  7  |  8  |  9  | 10  |   Rate    |
#             +-----------+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----------+
#                         |  D  |  D  |  D  |  D  |   9600    |
#                         |  U  |  D  |  D  |  D  |     50    |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  D  |  D  |     75    |
#                         |  U  |  U  |  D  |  D  |    110    |
#                         |  D  |  D  |  U  |  D  |    135    |
#                         |  U  |  D  |  U  |  D  |    150    |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  U  |  D  |    300    |
#                         |  U  |  U  |  U  |  D  |    600    |
#                         |  D  |  D  |  D  |  U  |   1200    |
#                         |  U  |  D  |  D  |  U  |   1800    |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  D  |  U  |   2400    |
#                         |  U  |  U  |  D  |  U  |   3600    |
#                         |  D  |  D  |  U  |  U  |   4800    |
#                         |  U  |  D  |  U  |  U  |   7200    |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  U  |  U  |   9600    |
#                         |  U  |  U  |  U  |  U  |  19200    |
#                         +-----+-----+-----+-----+-----------+
# 
#                                    TABLE 3:
#                         +-----+-----+-----+-----------+
#                         |  3  |  4  |  5  |   Parity  |
#                         +-----+-----+-----+-----------+
#                         |  X  |  X  |  D  |    None   |
#                         |  D  |  D  |  U  |     Odd   |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  U  |    Even   |
#                         |  U  |  D  |  U  |    Mark   |
#                         |  U  |  U  |  U  |   Space   |
#                         +-----+-----+-----+-----------+
#                                 X = don't care
# 
#                                     CHART:
#                         +-----+-----+-----------------+
#                         |  7  |  8  | Communication   |
#                         +-----+-----+-----------------+
#                         |  D  |  D  |  Half Duplex    |
#                         |  D  |  U  |  Full Duplex    |
#                         |  U  |  D  |     Block       |
#                         |  U  |  U  |     Local       |
#                         +-----+-----+-----------------+
# 
# (tvi950: early versions had obsolete ":ma=^Vj^Kk^Hh^Ll^^H:". 
# I also inserted :ic: and :kI:; the :ko: string indicated that :IC: 
# should be present and all tvi native modes use the same string for this.
# Finally, note that BSD has cud1=^V. -- esr) 
tvi950|televideo 950:\
	:am:bs:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:\
	:ac=d\rc\014e\nb\011i\013:ae=^X:al=\EE:as=^U:bl=^G:bt=\EI:\
	:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\Eg\Ef\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=\Eq:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Ed\EG0\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\El\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200\Ef\r:\
	:k0=^A0\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:\
	:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kC=\E*:\
	:kD=\EW:kE=\Et:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\Ey:kb=^H:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:pf=\Ea:po=\E`:sf=^J:sr=\Ej:\
	:st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\Eg\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
#
# is for 950 with two pages adds the following:
#	set 48 line page (\E\\2)
#	place cursor at page 0, line 24, column 1 (\E-07 )
#	set local (no send) edit keys (\Ek)
#
# two page 950 adds the following:
#	when entering ex, set 24 line page (\E\\1)
#	when exiting ex, reset 48 line page (\E\\2)
#			 place cursor at 0,24,1 (\E-07 )
#	set duplex (send) edit keys (\El) when entering vi
#	set local (no send) edit keys (\Ek) when exiting vi
#
tvi950-2p|televideo950 w/2 pages:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Ed\EG0\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\Ek\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200\E\2\E-07 \011:\
	:ke=\Ek:ks=\El:te=\E\2\E-07 :ti=\E\1\E-07 :\
	:tc=tvi950:
#
# is for 950 with four pages adds the following:
#	set 96 line page (\E\\3)
#	place cursor at page 0, line 24, column 1 (\E-07 )
#
# four page 950 adds the following:
#	when entering ex, set 24 line page (\E\\1)
#	when exiting ex, reset 96 line page (\E\\3)
#			 place cursor at 0,24,1 (\E-07 )
#
tvi950-4p|televideo950 w/4 pages:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Ed\EG0\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\Ek\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200\E\3\E-07 \011:\
	:ke=\Ek:ks=\El:te=\E\3\E-07 :ti=\E\1\E-07 :\
	:tc=tvi950:
#
# :is: for reverse video 950 changes the following:
#	set reverse video (\Ed)
#
# set vb accordingly (\Ed ...delay... \Eb)
#
tvi950-rv|televideo950 rev video:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Eb\EG0\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\El\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200:\
	:vb=\Ed\Eb:\
	:tc=tvi950:

# tvi950-rv-2p uses the appropriate entries from 950-2p and 950-rv
tvi950-rv-2p|televideo950 rev video w/2 pages:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Eb\EG0\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\Ek\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200\E\2\E-07 :\
	:ke=\Ek:ks=\El:te=\E\2\E-07 :ti=\E\1\E-07 :vb=\Ed\Eb:\
	:tc=tvi950:

# tvi950-rv uses the appropriate entries from 950-4p and 950-rv
tvi950-rv-4p|televideo950 rev video w/4 pages:\
	:is=\EDF\EC\Eb\EG0\Er\EO\E'\E(\E%\Ew\EX\Ee \017\011\Ek\E016\E004\Ex0\200\200\Ex1\200\200\Ex2\200\200\011\Ex3\200\200\Ex4\r\200\E\3\E-07 :\
	:ke=\Ek:ks=\El:te=\E\3\E-07 :ti=\E\1\E-07 :vb=\Ed\Eb:\
	:tc=tvi950:
# From: Andreas Stolcke <stolcke@icsi.berkeley.edu>
# (tvi955: removed obsolete ":ma:=^Vj^Kk^Hh^Ll^^H";
# removed incorrect (and overridden) ":do=^J:"; fixed broken continuations in
# the :rs: string, inserted the :IC: implied by the termcap :ko: string.  Note
# the :ko: string had :cl: in it, which means that one of the original
# :cl=\E*:, <kclr=\EY> had to be wrong; set <kclr=\E*> because that's what
# the 950 has.   Finally, corrected the <kel> string to match the 950 and what
# ko implies -- esr)
# If the BSD termcap file was right, :cm=\E=%p1%{32}%+%c%p2%{32}%+%c: would
# also work.
tvi955|televideo 955:\
	:5i:bs:ms@:\
	:it#8:sg@:\
	:RA=\E[=7l:RX=^N:SA=\E[=7h:SX=^O:\
	:ac=0_`RjHkGlFmEnIoPqKsQtMuLvOwNxJ:ae=\E%:as=\E$:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:do=^V:is=\E[=3l\EF1\Ed\EG0\E[=5l\E%\El:\
	:kM=\EQ:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:kT=\E1:ka=\E3:kt=\E2:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\EG0\E[=5l:mh=\E[=5h:mk=\EG1:ps=\EP:\
	:r1=\EDF\EC\Eg\Er\EO\E'\E(\Ew\EX\Ee \017\E0P\E6\200\E0p\E4\200\Ef\r:\
	:sf@:ve=\E.2:vi=\E.0:vs=\E.1:\
	:tc=tvi950:
tvi955-w|955-w|televideo955 w/132 cols:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\E[=3h\EF1\Ed\EG0\E[=5l\E%\El:tc=tvi955:
# use half-intensity as normal mode, full intensity as :md:
tvi955-hb|955-hb|televideo955 half-bright:\
	:is=\E[=3l\EF1\Ed\EG0\E[=5h\E%\El:md=\E[=5l:\
	:me=\EG0\E[=5h:mh@:tc=tvi955:
# From: Humberto Appleton <beto@cs.utexas.edu>, 880521 UT Austin
# (tvi970: removed ":sg#0:"; removed :se:=\E[m, :ue:=\E[m;
# added :am:/:cs:/:ho:/<hpa>/<vpa>/:ti:/:te: from BRL.
# According to BRL we could have :ke:=\E>, :ks:=\E= but I'm not sure what
# it does to the function keys.  I deduced <rmam>/<smam>.
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress tic warning,  -- esr)
tvi970|televideo 970:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7h:SA=\E[?7l:ac=:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(B:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%df:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\ED:\
	:ds=\Eg\Ef\r:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E[?21l\E[19h\E[1Q\E[10l\E[7l\E[H\E[2J:k1=\E?a:\
	:k2=\E?b:k3=\E?c:k4=\E?d:k5=\E?e:k6=\E?f:k7=\E?g:k8=\E?h:\
	:k9=\E?i:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:te=:\
	:ti=\E[?20l\E[?7h\E[1Q:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[5m\E[m:vs=\E[1Q:
tvi970-vb|televideo 970 with visual bell:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\200\E[?5l:tc=tvi970:
tvi970-2p|televideo 970 with using 2 pages of memory:\
	:te=\E[H\E[J\E[V:ti=\E[U\E[?20l\E[?7h\E[1Q:\
	:tc=tvi970:
# Works with vi and rogue.  NOTE: Esc v sets autowrap on, Esc u sets 80 chars
# per line (rather than 40), Esc K chooses the normal character set.  Not sure
# padding is needed, but adapted from the tvi920c termcap.  The :so: and 
# :us: strings are klutzy, but at least use no screen space.
# (tvipt: removed obsolete ":ma=^Kk^Ll^R^L:".  I wish we knew <rmam>,
# its absence means <smam>=\Ev isn't save to use. -- esr)
# From: Gene Rochlin <armsis@amber.berkeley.edu> 9/19/84. 
# The :cd:/:k0:/:k1:/:kh:/<mc4>, and <mc5> caps are from BRL, which says:
# F1 and F2 should be programmed as ^A and ^B; required for UNIFY.
tvipt|televideo personal terminal:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dl=\ER:\
	:ho=^^:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:is=\Ev\Eu\EK:k0=^A:\
	:k1=^B:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:pf=^T:\
	:po=^R:se=\EF:so=\EG1@A\EH:ue=\EF:up=^K:us=\EG1B@\EH:
# From: Nathan Peterson <nathan@sco.com>, 03 Sep 1996
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
tvi9065|televideo 9065:\
	:am:bw:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:lm#0:ma#4:vt#0:ws#30:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E%:\
	:al=\EE:as=\E$:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:\
	:dm=\Er:do=^V:ds=\E_30\r:ec=\E[%d@:ed=\200:ei=\Er:fs=^M:\
	:ho=^^:\
	:i1=\E"\E%\E'\E(\EG@\EO\EX\E[=5l\E[=6l\E[=7h\Ed\Er:\
	:i2=\E<\E[=4l\E[=8h:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=\Eq:\
	:ip=:is=\EF2\EG0\E\\L:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kD=\EW:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=\E[25;1H:mb=\EG2:\
	:md=\EG\054:me=\EG0:mh=\EGp:mr=\EG4:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:\
	:rp=\E[%r%db%.:se=\EG0:sf=^J:so=\EGt:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E.3\Er\E[1;25r\E[25;0H:ti=\E.2:ts=\E[4;1v\E_30:\
	:uc=\EG8\EG0:ue=\EG0:up=^K:us=\EG8:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.3:\
	:vi=\E.0:vs=\E.2:

#### Visual (vi)
#
# In September 1993, Visual Technology of Westboro, Massachusetts,
# merged with White Pine Software of Nashua, New Hampshire.
#
# White Pine Software may be contacted at +1 603/886-9050.
# Or visit White Pine on the World Wide Web at URL http://www.wpine.com.
#

# Visual 50 from Beau Shekita, BTL-Whippany <whuxlb!ejs>
# Recently I hacked together the following termcap for Visual
# Technology's Visual 50 terminal. It's a slight modification of
# the vt52 termcap. 
# It's intended to run when the Visual 50 is in vt52 emulation mode
# (I know what you're thinking; if it's emulating a vt52, then why
# another termcap? Well, it turns out that the Visual 50 can handle
# :dl: and db(?) among other things, which the vt52 can't)
# The termcap works OK for the most part. The only problem is on
# character inserts. The whole line gets painfully redrawn for each
# character typed. Any suggestions?
# Beau's entry is combined with the vi50 entry from University of Wisconsin.
# Note especially the :al: function.  :k4:-:k6: are really l4-l6 in
# disguise; :k7:-:k9: are really l1-l3.
vi50|visual 50:\
	:am:bs:da:db:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:bt=4\Ez:cd=\EJ:ce=16\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=3*\EM:do=\EB:ho=\EH:k1=\EP:k2=\EQ:\
	:k3=\ER:k4=\EV:k5=\EE:k6=\E]:k7=\EL:k8=\Ev:k9=\EM:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:nl=^J:\
	:nw=^M^J:se=\ET:sf=^J:so=\EU:sr=\EI:ta=^I:ue=\EW:up=\EA:\
	:us=\ES:
# this one was BSD & SCO's vi50
vi50adm|visual 50 in adm3a mode:\
	:am:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=\EM:\
	:do=^J:ho=\EH:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:\
	:nd=^L:se=\ET:sf=^J:so=\EU:ta=^I:up=^K:
# From: Jeff Siegal <jbs@athena.mit.edu>
vi55|Visual 55:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\Ev:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cs=\E_%+A%+A:\
	:dc=\Ew:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=\Eb:ho=\EH:im=\Ea:\
	:is=\Ev\E_AX\Eb\EW\E9P\ET:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\ET:so=\EU:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# Visual 200 from BRL
# The following switch settings are assumed for normal operation:
#	FULL_DUPLEX		SCROLL			CR
#	AUTO_NEW_LINE_ON	VISUAL_200_EMULATION_MODE
# Other switches may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.
# Character insertion is kludged in order to get around the "beep" misfeature.
# (This cap is commented out because :im:/:ei: is more efficient -- esr)
# Supposedly "4*" delays should be used for :al:, :cd:, :cl:, :dc:,
# and :dl: strings, but we seem to get along fine without them.
vi200|visual 200:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#10:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=\EG:al=\EL:as=\EF:bl=^G:bt=\Ez:cd=\Ey:ce=\Ex:cl=\Ev:\
	:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\Eg:dc=\EO:dl=\EM:do=^J:ho=\EH:\
	:k0=\E?p:k1=\E?q:k2=\E?r:k3=\E?s:k4=\E?t:k5=\E?u:k6=\E?v:\
	:k7=\E?w:k8=\E?x:k9=\E?y:kA=\EL:kC=\Ev:kD=\EO:kE=\Et:kI=\Ei:\
	:kL=\EM:kM=\Ej:kS=\EJ:kT=\E1:kb=^H:kd=\EB:ke=\E>:kh=\EH:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E=:kt=\E2:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E3\Eb:mh=\E4:\
	:mk=\Ea:nd=\EC:pf=\EX:po=\EW:ps=\EH\E]:\
	:r1=\E3\Eb\Ej\E\\El\EG\Ec\Ek\EX:se=\E3:sf=^J:so=\E4:\
	:sr=\EI:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=\EA:ve=\Ec:vs=\Ed:
# The older Visuals didn't come with function keys. This entry uses
# :ks: and :ke: so that the keypad keys can be used as function keys.
# If your version of vi doesn't support function keys you may want
# to use vi200-f.
vi200-f|visual 200 no function keys:\
	:is=\E3\Eb\Ej\E\\El\EG\Ed\Ek:k0=\E?p:k1=\E?q:k2=\E?r:\
	:k3=\E?s:k4=\E?t:k5=\E?u:k6=\E?v:k7=\E?w:k8=\E?x:k9=\E?y:\
	:ke=\E>:ks=\E=:se@:so@:\
	:tc=vi200:
vi200-rv|visual 200 reverse video:\
	:se=\E3:so=\E4:sr@:ve@:vs@:tc=vi200:

# the function keys are programmable but we don't reprogram them to their
# default values with :is: because programming them is very verbose. maybe
# an initialization file should be made for the 300 and they could be stuck
# in it.
# (vi300: added <rmam>/<smam> based on init string -- esr)
vi300|visual 300 ansi x3.64:\
	:am:bw:mi:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[7s\E[2;3;4;20;?5;?6l\E[12;?7h\E[1Q\E[0;1(D\E[8s:\
	:k1=\E_A\E\:k2=\E_B\E\:k3=\E_C\E\:k4=\E_D\E\:k5=\E_E\E\:\
	:k6=\E_F\E\:k7=\E_G\E\:k8=\E_H\E\:k9=\E_I\E\:kd=\E[B:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[1m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
# some of the vi300s have older firmware that has the command
# sequence for setting editing extent reversed.
vi300-old|visual 300 with old firmware (set edit extent reversed):\
	:is=\E[7s\E[2;3;4;20;?5;?6l\E[12;?7h\E[2Q\E[0;1(D\E[8s:\
	:tc=vi300:

# Visual 500 prototype entry from University of Wisconsin.
# The best place to look for the escape sequences is page A1-1 of the
# Visual 500 manual.  The initialization sequence given here may be
# overkill, but it does leave out some of the initializations which can
# be done with the menus in set-up mode.
# The :xp: line below is so that emacs can understand the padding requirements
# of this slow terminal.  :xp: is 10 time the padding factor.
# (vi500: removed unknown :xp#4: termcap;
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress tic warning -- esr)
vi500|visual 500:\
	:am:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#33:\
	:ac=:ae=^O:al=3*\EL\Ex:as=^N:bt=4\Ez:cd=3*\Ey:ce=16\Ex:\
	:cl=6*\Ev:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:cs=\E(%+ %+ :dc=3*\EO:\
	:dl=3*\EM:do=\EB:ei=\Ej:ho=\EH:im=\Ei:\
	:is=\E3\E\001\E\007\E\003\Ek\EG\Ed\EX\El\E>\Eb\E\:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:\
	:nw=^M^J:se=\E^G:sf=^J:so=\E^H:ta=8\011:ue=\E^C:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E^D:

# The visual 550 is a visual 300 with tektronix graphics,
# and with 33 lines. clear screen is modified here to
# also clear the graphics.
vi550|visual 550 ansi x3.64:\
	:li#33:\
	:cl=\030\E[H\E[2J:tc=vi300:

vi603|visual603|visual 603:\
	:hs:mi:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ds=\EP2;1~\E\:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=\E\:i1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r:\
	:im=\E[4h:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ts=\EP2~:ue=\E[24m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:tc=vt100:

#### Wyse (wy)
#
#	Wyse Technology
#	3471 North First Street
#	San Jose, CA 95134
#	Vox: (408)-473-1200
#	Fax: (408) 473-1222
#	Web: http://www.wyse.com
#
# Wyse sales can be reached by phone at 1-800-GET-WYSE.  Tech support is at
# (800)-800-WYSE (option 5 gets you a human).  There's a Web page at the
# obvious address, http://www.wyse.com.
#
# Wyse bought out Link Technology, Inc. in 1990 and closed it down in 1995.
# They now own the Qume and Amdek brands, too.  So these are the people to
# talk with about all Link, Qume, and Amdek terminals.
#
# Wyse has a BBS containing termcap and terminfo stuff for their terminals
# (though this may not last long -- I expect the Web will kill it off by
# mid-1997 or so).  According to their tech support, at 800-800-9973, it's
# at 408-922-4400 thru 4405.  The 4400 modem is flaky as of 5/96, so
# call 4401 etc.  Come in at 9600 hard; don't use autospeed sense.
#
# All the following entries until (but not including) wy520 are direct from
# Wyse technical support and represent their best knowledge as of January 1995.
# I canceled the bel capacities in the vb entries.
# I made two trivial syntax fixes in the wyse30 entry.
# I made some entries relative to adm+sgr.
#
#
# Note: The wyse75, wyse85, and wyse99 have been discontinued.

#	   Although the Wyse 30 can support more than one attribute
#	it requires magic cookies to do so.  Many applications do not
#	function well with magic cookies.  The following terminfo uses
#	the protect mode to support one attribute (dim) without cookies.
#	If more than one attribute is needed then the wy30-mc terminfo
#	should be used.
#
wy30|wyse30|Wyse 30:\
	:5i:am:bs:bw:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#1:li#24:lw#8:ma#1:ws#45:\
	:#2=\E{:&3=\Er:@8=\E7:LF=\EA11:LO=\EA10:\
	:ac=0wa_h[jukslrmqnxqzttuyv]wpxv:ae=\EH^C:al=\EE:\
	:as=\EH^B:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:\
	:ho=^^:im=\Eq:ip=:is=\E'\E(\E\1363\E`9\016\024:k1=^A@\r:\
	:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:\
	:k8=^AG\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kN=\EK:\
	:kP=\EJ:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:ll=^^^K:me=\E(\EH\003:mh=\E`7\E):mp=\E`7\E):nd=^L:\
	:nw=^M^J:pf=^T:pn=\Ez%+/%s\r:po=^X:ps=\EP:px=\Ez%+?%s\177:\
	:se=\E(:sf=\n:so=\E`7\E):sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=\011:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:
#
#	This terminal description uses the non-hidden attribute mode
#	(with magic cookie).
#
# (wy30-mc: added :ti: to suppress tic warning --esr)
wy30-mc|wyse30-mc|wyse 30 with magic cookies:\
	:ms@:\
	:ma@:sg#1:\
	:ae=\EG0\EH\003:as=\EG0\EH\002:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\EG0\E(\EH\003:mh=\EGp:mp=\EG0\E):\
	:te=\EG0:ti=:\
	:me=\EG0:mk=\EG1:mr=\EG4:se=\EG0:so=\EG4:ue=\EG0:us=\EG8:\
	:tc=wy30:
#	The mandatory pause used by :vb: does not work with
#	older versions of terminfo.  If you see this effect then
#	unset xon and delete the / from the delay.
#	i.e. change $<100/> to $<100>
wy30-vb|wyse30-vb|wyse 30 visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy30:
#
#	   The Wyse 50 can support one attribute (e.g. Dim, Inverse,
#	Normal) without magic cookies by using the protect mode.
#	The following description uses this feature, but when more
#	than one attribute is put on the screen at once, all attributes
#	will be changed to be the same as the last attribute given.
#	   The Wyse 50 can support more attributes when used with magic
#	cookies.  The wy50-mc terminal description uses magic cookies
#	to correctly handle multiple attributes on a screen.
#
wy50|wyse50|Wyse 50:\
	:5i:am:bs:bw:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#1:li#24:lw#8:ma#1:ws#45:\
	:#2=\E{:%9=\EP:&3=\Er:@8=\E7:F1=^AJ\r:F2=^AK\r:F3=^AL\r:\
	:F4=^AM\r:F5=^AN\r:F6=^AO\r:LF=\EA11:LO=\EA10:\
	:ac=0wa_h[jukslrmqnxqzttuyv]wpxv:ae=\EH^C:al=\EE:\
	:as=\EH^B:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:\
	:ho=^^:i1=\E`\072\E`9:im=\Eq:ip=:is=\016\024\E'\E(:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kD=\EW:\
	:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=^^^K:me=\E(\EH\003:mh=\E`7\E):\
	:mp=\E`7\E):mr=\E`6\E):nd=^L:nw=^M^J:pf=^T:pn=\Ez%+/%s\r:\
	:po=^X:ps=\EP:px=\Ez%+?%s\177:\
	:se=\E(:sf=\n:so=\E`6\E):sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:
#
#	This terminal description uses the non-hidden attribute mode
#	(with magic cookie).
#
#	The mandatory pause used by flash does not work with some
#	older versions of terminfo.  If you see this effect then
#	unset :xo: and delete the / from the delay.
#	i.e. change $<100/> to $<100>
# (wy50-mc: added :ti: to suppress tic warning --esr)
wy50-mc|wyse50-mc|wyse 50 with magic cookies:\
	:ms@:\
	:ma@:sg#1:\
	:ae=\EG0\EH\003:as=\EG0\EH\002:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\EG0\E(\EH\003:mh=\EGp:mp=\EG0\E):\
	:so=\EGt:te=\EG0:ti=:\
	:me=\EG0:mk=\EG1:mr=\EG4:se=\EG0:so=\EG4:ue=\EG0:us=\EG8:\
	:tc=wy50:
wy50-vb|wyse50-vb|wyse 50 visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy50:
wy50-w|wyse50-w|wyse 50 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:i1=\E`;\E`9:tc=wy50:
wy50-wvb|wyse50-wvb|wyse 50 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy50-w:
#
#	The Wyse 350 is a Wyse 50 with color.
#	Unfortunately this means that it has magic cookies.
#	The color attributes are designed to overlap the reverse, dim and
#	underline attributes.  This is nice for monochrome applications
#	because you can make underline stuff green (or any other color)
#	but for true color applications it's not so hot because you cannot
#	mix color with reverse, dim or underline.
#	    To further complicate things one of the attributes must be
#	black (either the foreground or the background).  In reverse video
#	the background changes color with black letters.  In normal video
#	the foreground changes colors on a black background.  
#	    This terminfo uses some of the more advanced features of curses
#	to display both color and blink.  In the final analysis I am not
#	sure that the wy350 runs better with this terminfo than it does
#	with the wy50 terminfo (with user adjusted colors).
#
#	The mandatory pause used by flash does not work with
#	older versions of terminfo.  If you see this effect then
#	unset xon and delete the / from the delay.
#	i.e. change $<100/> to $<100>
#
# Bug: The <op> capability resets attributes.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy350|wyse350|Wyse 350:\
	:5i:am:bw:hs:mi:xo:\
	:Co#8:NC#55:Nl#8:co#80:lh#1:li#24:lw#8:pa#8:sg#1:ws#45:\
	:#2=\E{:%9=\EP:&3=\Er:@8=\E7:F1=^AJ\r:F2=^AK\r:F3=^AL\r:\
	:F4=^AM\r:F5=^AN\r:F6=^AO\r:LF=\EA11:LO=\EA10:Sb=:\
	:ac=0wa_h[jukslrmqnxqzttuyv]wpxv:ae=\EG0\EH\003:al=\EE:\
	:as=\EG0\EH\002:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:\
	:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=^^:i1=\E`\072\E`9:i2=\E%?:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\016\024\E'\E(:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:\
	:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:\
	:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=^^^K:\
	:mb=\EG2:me=\EG0\E(\EH\003%{0}%PA%{0}%PC:mh=\EGp:\
	:mp=\EG0\E):nd=^L:nw=^M^J:oc=\E%?:op=\EG0:pf=^T:\
	:pn=\Ez%+/%s\r:po=^X:ps=\EP:px=\Ez%+?%s\177:sf=\n:sr=\Ej:\
	:st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\EF:up=^K:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
wy350-vb|wyse350-vb|wyse 350 visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy350:
wy350-w|wyse350-w|wyse 350 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:i1=\E`;\E`9:tc=wy350:
wy350-wvb|wyse350-wvb|wyse 350 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy350-w:
#
#	This terminfo description is untested.
#	The wyse100 emulates an adm31, so the adm31 entry should work.
#
wy100|wyse 100:\
	:hs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E;:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EA31:ei=\Er:fs=^M:im=\Eq:is=\Eu\E0:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=\E{:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:\
	:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:sf=^J:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
#
#	The Wyse 120/150 has most of the features of the Wyse 60.
#	This terminal does not need padding up to 9600 baud!
#	:ms: should be set but the clear screen fails when in
#	alt-charset mode.  Try \EcE\s\s\E+\s if the screen is really clear
#	then set :ms:.
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy120|wyse120|wy150|wyse150|Wyse 120/150:\
	:am:bw:hs:km:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:pb#9601:ws#45:\
	:ae=\EcD:al=\EE:as=\EcE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:ei=\Er:\
	:fs=^M:ho=^^:i1=\EcB0\EcC1:i2=\EwJ\Ew1:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\Ed$\EcD\E'\Er\EH\003\Ed/\EO\Ee1\Ed*\E`@\E`9\E`1\016\024\El:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kD=\EW:kI=\EQ:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=^^^K:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\E(\EH\003\EG0\EcD:mh=\EGp:nd=^L:nw=\r\n:sf=\n:\
	:so=\EGt:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=\011:te=\Ew1:ti=\Ew0:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
#
wy120-w|wyse120-w|wy150-w|wyse150-w|wyse 120/150 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ip=:r2=\E`;:tc=wy120:
#
wy120-25|wyse120-25|wy150-25|wyse150-25|wyse 120/150 80-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy120:
#
wy120-25-w|wyse120-25-w|wy150-25-w|wyse150-25-w|wyse 120/150 132-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy120-w:
#
wy120-vb|wyse120-vb|wy150-vb|wyse150-vb|Wyse 120/150 visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy120:
#
wy120-w-vb|wy120-wvb|wyse120-wvb|wy150-w-vb|wyse150-w-vb|Wyse 120/150 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy120-w:
#
#	The Wyse 60 is like the Wyse 50 but with more padding.
#	The reset strings are slow and the pad times very depending
#	on other parameters such as font loading.  I have tried
#	to follow the following outline:
#
#		<rs1> -> set personality
#		<rs2> -> set number of columns
#		<rs3> -> set number of lines
#		:i1: -> select the proper font
#		:is: -> do the initialization
#		:i3: -> set up display memory (2 pages)
#
#	The Wyse 60's that have vt100 emulation are slower than the
#	older Wyse 60's.  This change happened mid-1987.
#	The capabilities effected are :dc: :dl: :al: :sf: :sr:
#
#	The meta key is only half right.  This terminal will return the
#	high order bit set when you hit CTRL-function_key
#
#	It may be useful to assign two function keys with the
#	values  \E=(\s  look at old data in page 1
#	        \E=W,   look at bottom of page 1
#	where \s is a space ( ).
#
#	Note:
#	   The Wyse 60 runs faster when the XON/XOFF
#	   handshake is turned off.
#
# (wy60: we use \E{ rather than ^^ for home (both are documented) to avoid
# a bug reported by Robert Dunn, <rcdii@inlink.com> -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy60|wyse60|Wyse 60:\
	:am:bs:bw:hs:km:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#45:\
	:ae=\EcD:al=\EE:as=\EcE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:\
	:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=\E{:i1=\EcB0\EcC1:i2=\EwJ\Ew1:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\Ed$\EcD\E'\Er\EH\003\Ed/\EO\Ee1\Ed*\E`@\E`9\E`1\016\024\El:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kD=\EW:kI=\EQ:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=\E{^K:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\E(\EH\003\EG0\EcD:mh=\EGp:nd=^L:nw=\r\n:sf=\n:\
	:so=\EGt:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=\011:te=\Ew1:ti=\Ew0:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
#
wy60-w|wyse60-w|wyse 60 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ip=:r2=\EeF\E`;:tc=wy60:
#
wy60-25|wyse60-25|wyse 60 80-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy60:
wy60-25-w|wyse60-25-w|wyse 60 132-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy60-w:
#
wy60-42|wyse60-42|wyse 60 80-column 42-lines:\
	:li#42:\
	:al=\EE:cd=\Ey:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:dl=\ER:\
	:i1=\EcB2\EcC3:ip=:nw=\r\n:r3=\Ee*:sf=\n:sr=\Ej:tc=wy60:
wy60-42-w|wyse60-42-w|wyse 60 132-column 42-lines:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cd=\Ey:cl=\E+:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ho=\036:ip=:nw=\r\n:\
	:r2=\EeF\E`;:\
	:tc=wy60-42:
#
wy60-43|wyse60-43|wyse 60 80-column 43-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\Ee+:tc=wy60-42:
wy60-43-w|wyse60-43-w|wyse 60 132-column 43-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\Ee+:tc=wy60-42-w:
#
wy60-vb|wyse60-vb|Wyse 60 visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy60:
wy60-w-vb|wy60-wvb|wyse60-wvb|Wyse 60 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy60-w:

#	The Wyse-99GT looks at lot like the Wyse 60 except that it
#	does not have the 42/43 line mode.  In the Wyse-60 the "lines"
#	setup parameter controls the number of lines on the screen.
#	For the Wyse 99GT the "lines" setup parameter controls the
#	number of lines in a page.  The screen can display 25 lines max.
#	    The Wyse-99GT also has personalities for the VT220 and
#	Tektronix 4014.  But this has no bearing on the native mode.
#
#	(msgr) should be set but the clear screen fails when in
#	alt-charset mode.  Try \EcE\s\s\E+\s if the screen is really clear
#	then set msgr, else use msgr@.
#
#	u0 -> enter Tektronix mode
#	u1 -> exit Tektronix mode
#
wy99gt|wyse99gt|Wyse 99gt:\
	:ms@:\
	:al=\EE:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E+:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:i2=\Ew0:ip=:nw@:\
	:r2=\E`\072:sf=\n:sr=\Ej:ta=\011:te=\Ew0:ti=\Ew1:\
	:u0=\E~>\E8:u1=\E[42h:vb=\E`8\E`9:tc=wy60:
#
wy99gt-w|wyse99gt-w|wyse 99gt 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cd=\Ey:cl=\E+:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ip=:r2=\E`;:tc=wy99gt:
#
wy99gt-25|wyse99gt-25|wyse 99gt 80-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r2=\E`\072:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy99gt:
#
wy99gt-25-w|wyse99gt-25-w|wyse 99gt 132-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r2=\E`;:tc=wy99gt-w:
#
wy99gt-vb|wyse99gt-vb|Wyse 99gt visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy99gt:
#
wy99gt-w-vb|wy99gt-wvb|wyse99gt-wvb|Wyse 99gt 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy99gt-w:
#
#	The Wyse 160 is combination of the WY-60 and the WY-99gt.
#	The reset strings are slow and the pad times very depending
#	on other parameters such as font loading.  I have tried
#	to follow the following outline:
#
#		<rs1> -> set personality
#		<rs2> -> set number of columns
#		<rs3> -> set number of lines
#		:i1: -> select the proper font
#		:is: -> do the initialization
#		:i3: -> set up display memory (2 pages)
#
#	The display memory may be used for either text or graphics.
#	When "Display Memory = Shared" the terminal will have more pages
#	but garbage may be left on the screen when you switch from
#	graphics to text.  If "Display Memory = Unshared" then the
#	text area will be only one page long.
#
# (wy160: we use \E{ rather than ^^ for home (both are documented) to avoid
# a bug reported by Robert Dunn, <rcdii@inlink.com> -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy160|wyse160|Wyse 160:\
	:am:bw:hs:km:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#38:\
	:ae=\EcD:al=\EE:as=\EcE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:\
	:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=\E{:i1=\EcB0\EcC1:i2=\Ew0:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\Ed$\EcD\E'\Er\EH\003\Ed/\EO\Ee1\Ed*\E`@\E`9\E`1\016\024\El:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kD=\EW:kI=\EQ:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=\E{^K:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\E(\EH\003\EG0\EcD:mh=\EGp:nd=^L:nw=\r\n:sf=\n:\
	:so=\EGt:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:te=\Ew0:ti=\Ew1:ts=\EF:up=^K:\
	:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
#
wy160-w|wyse160-w|wyse 160 132-column:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#90:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:r2=\EeF\E`;:tc=wy160:
#
wy160-25|wyse160-25|wyse 160 80-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy160:
wy160-25-w|wyse160-25-w|wyse 160 132-column 25-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy160-w:
#
wy160-42|wyse160-42|wyse 160 80-column 42-lines:\
	:li#42:\
	:al=\EE:cd=\Ey:cl=\E+:dl=\ER:i1=\EcB2\EcC3:nw=\r\n:r3=\Ee*:\
	:sf=\n:sr=\Ej:\
	:tc=wy160:
wy160-42-w|wyse160-42-w|wyse 160 132-column 42-lines:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#90:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ip=:r2=\EeF\E`;:tc=wy160-42:
#
wy160-43|wyse160-43|wyse 160 80-column 43-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\Ee+:tc=wy160-42:
wy160-43-w|wyse160-43-w|wyse 160 132-column 43-lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\Ee+:tc=wy160-42-w:
#
wy160-vb|wyse160-vb|Wyse 160 visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy160:
wy160-w-vb|wy160-wvb|wyse160-wvb|Wyse 160 132-column visible bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy160-w:
#
#	The Wyse 75 is a vt100 lookalike without advanced video.
#
#	   The Wyse 75 can support one attribute (e.g. Dim, Inverse,
#	Underline) without magic cookies.  The following description
#	uses this capability, but when more than one attribute is
#	put on the screen at once, all attributes will be changed
#	to be the same as the last attribute given.
#	   The Wyse 75 can support more attributes when used with magic
#	cookies.  The wy75-mc terminal description uses magic cookies
#	to correctly handle multiple attributes on a screen.
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy75|wyse75|wyse 75:\
	:am:bs:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:ma#1:pb#1201:ws#78:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ds=\E[>\\054\001\001\E[>-\001\001:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=^A:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[2;4;20;30l\E[?1;10l\E[12h\E[?7;8;25h:i2=\E[m:\
	:im=\E[4h:ip=:is=\E>\E(B:k1=\E[?5i:k2=\E[?3i:\
	:k3=\E[2i:k4=\E[@:k5=\E[M:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:\
	:k9=\E[20~:kI=\E[@:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[?1l\E[?7h\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[0t\E[2m:mr=\E[1t\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\n:so=\E[1t\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E[>\\054\001:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[2t\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
#
#	This terminal description uses the non-hidden attribute mode
#	(with magic cookie).
#
wy75-mc|wyse75-mc|wyse 75 with magic cookies:\
	:ms@:\
	:ma@:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:ae=\E[0p\017:as=\E[0p\016:i2=\E[m\E[p:mb=\E[2p:\
	:me=\E[0p\017:mh=\E[1p:mk=\E[4p:mr=\E[16p:\
	:se=\E[0p:so=\E[17p:ue=\E[0p:us=\E[8p:\
	:tc=wy75:
wy75-vb|wyse75-vb|wyse 75 with visible bell:\
	:pb@:\
	:bl@:tc=wy75:
wy75-w|wyse75-w|wyse 75 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#130:\
	:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy75:
wy75-wvb|wyse75-wvb|wyse 75 with visible bell 132 columns:\
	:pb@:\
	:bl@:tc=wy75-w:
#
#	Wyse 85 emulating a vt220 7 bit mode.
#		24 line screen with status line.
#
#	The vt220 mode permits more function keys but it wipes out
#	the escape key.  I strongly recommend that <f11> be set to
#	escape (esc).
#	The terminal may have to be set for 8 data bits and 2 stop
#	bits for the arrow keys to work.
#	The Wyse 85 runs faster with XON/XOFF enabled.  Also the
#	:DC: and :IC: work best when XON/XOFF is set.  :IC: and
#	:DC: leave trash on the screen when used without XON/XOFF.
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy85|wyse85|wyse 85:\
	:am:bs:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[40l:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[1;24r\E8:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[62;1"p\E[?5W:i2=\E>\E(B\E[m:im=\E[4h:ip=:\
	:is=\E[2;4;20;30l\E[?1;4;10;16l\E[12h\E[?7;8;25h:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kh=\E[26~:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[?1l\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\n:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=\011:\
	:ts=\E[40h\E7\E[25;%i%dH:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
#
#	Wyse 85 with visual bell.
wy85-vb|wyse85-vb|wyse 85 with visible bell:\
	:bl@:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:tc=wy85:
#
#	Wyse 85 in 132-column mode.
wy85-w|wyse85-w|wyse 85 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy85:
#
#	Wyse 85 in 132-column mode with visual bell.
wy85-wvb|wyse85-wvb|wyse 85 with visible bell 132-columns:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy85-w:
#
#	Wyse 185 emulating a vt320 7 bit mode.
#
#	This terminal always displays 25 lines.  These lines may be used
#	as 24 data lines and a terminal status line (top or bottom) or
#	25 data lines.  The 48 and 50 line modes change the page size
#	and not the number of lines on the screen.
#
#	The Compose Character key can be used as a meta key if changed
#	by set-up.
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy185|wyse185|wyse 185:\
	:am:hs:km:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ds=\E7\E[99;0H\E[K\E8:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=\E[1;24r\E8:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[?5W:\
	:i2=\E>\E(B\E[m:im=\E[4h:ip=:\
	:is=\E[2;4;20;30l\E[?1;4;10;16l\E[12h\E[?7;8;25h:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kh=\E[26~:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[?1l\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\n:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:te=\E[ R:ti=\E[ Q:\
	:ts=\E7\E[99;%i%dH:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:ve=\E[34h\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:vs=\E[?25h\E[34l:
#
#	Wyse 185 with 24 data lines and top status (terminal status)
wy185-24|wyse185-24|wyse 185 with 24 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[47h\E[40l\E[1;24r:ts@:tc=wy185:
#
#	Wyse 185 with visual bell.
wy185-vb|wyse185-vb|wyse 185+flash:\
	:bl@:tc=wy185:
#
#	Wyse 185 in 132-column mode.
wy185-w|wyse185-w|wyse 185 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:IC=\E[%d@:dc=\E[P:ei=:im=:ip=:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy185:
#
#	Wyse 185 in 132-column mode with visual bell.
wy185-wvb|wyse185-wvb|wyse 185+flash+132 cols:\
	:bl@:tc=wy185-w:

# wy325 terminfo entries
# Done by Joe H. Davis        3-9-92

# lines 25  columns 80
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy325|wyse325|Wyse epc:\
	:5i:am:bw:hs:mi:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#1:li#24:lw#8:pb#9601:ws#45:\
	:#2=\E{:%9=\EP:&3=\Er:@8=\E7:F1=^AJ\r:F2=^AK\r:F3=^AL\r:\
	:F4=^AM\r:F5=^AN\r:F6=^AO\r:LF=\EA11:LO=\EA10:RA=\Ed.:\
	:SA=\Ed/:\
	:ac=+/\\054.0[Iha2fxgqh1jYk?lZm@nEqDtCu4vAwBx3yszr{c~~:\
	:ae=\EcD:al=\EE:as=\EcE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\EF\r:\
	:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=^^:i1=\EcB0\EcC1:i2=\Ew0:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\EcD\E'\Er\EH\003\Ed/\EO\Ee1\Ed*\E`@\E`9\E`1\016\024\El:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kD=\EW:\
	:kE=\ET:kI=\Eq:kL=\ER:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:ll=^^^K:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\E(\EH\003\EG0\EcD:mh=\EGp:mp=\E):nd=^L:pf=^T:\
	:pl=\EZ2%+?%s\177:pn=\Ez%+/%s\r:po=\Ed#:ps=\EP:\
	:px=\EZ1%+?%s\177:r1=\E~\041\E~4:r2=\EeF\E`\072:\
	:r3=\EwG\Ee(:sf=\n:so=\EGt:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:te=\Ew0:\
	:ti=\Ew1:ts=\EF:up=^K:vb=\E`8\E`9:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:

#
# lines 24  columns 80  vb 
#
wy325-vb|wyse325-vb|wyse-325 with visual bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy325:

#
# lines 24  columns 132
#
wy325-w|wyse325-w|wy325w-24|wyse-325 in wide mode:\
	:Nl#16:co#132:lw#7:ws#97:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:dc=\EW:ip=:r2=\E`;:tc=wy325:
#
# lines 25  columns 80
#
wy325-25|wyse325-25|wy325-80|wyse-325|wyse-325 25 lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy325:
#
# lines 25  columns 132
#
wy325-25w|wyse325-25w|wy325 132 columns:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#25:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy325-w:
#
# lines 25  columns 132  vb 
#
wy325-w-vb|wy325-wvb|wyse325-wvb|wyse-325 wide mode reverse video:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy325-w:

#
# lines 42  columns 80
#
wy325-42|wyse325-42|wyse-325 42 lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#42:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy325:
#
# lines 42  columns 132
#
wy325-42w|wyse325-42w|wyse-325 42 lines wide mode:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#42:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy325-w:
#
# lines 42  columns 132  vb 
#
wy325-42w-vb|wy325-42wvb|wyse-325 42 lines wide mode visual bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy325-w:
#
# lines 43  columns 80
#
wy325-43|wyse325-43|wyse-325 43 lines:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:tc=wy325:
#
# lines 43  columns 132
#
wy325-43w|wyse325-43w|wyse-325 43 lines wide mode:\
	:Nl@:lh@:li#43:lw@:\
	:pn@:r3=\EwG\Ee):tc=wy325-w:
#
# lines 43  columns 132  vb 
#
wy325-43w-vb|wy325-43wvb|wyse-325 43 lines wide mode visual bell:\
	:bl@:\
	:tc=wy325-w:

#	Wyse 370 -- 24 line screen with status line.
#
#	The terminal may have to be set for 8 data bits and 2 stop
#	bits for the arrow keys to work.
#
#	If you change keyboards the terminal will send different
#	escape sequences.
#	The following definition is for the basic terminal without
#	function keys.
#
#	<u0> -> enter Tektronix 4010/4014 mode
#	<u1> -> exit  Tektronix 4010/4014 mode
#	<u2> -> enter ASCII mode (from any ANSI mode)
#	<u3> -> exit  ASCII mode (goto native ANSI mode)
#	<u4> -> enter Tek 4207 ANSI mode (from any ANSI mode)
#	<u5> -> exit  Tek 4207 mode (goto native ANSI mode)
#
# Bug: The <op> capability resets attributes.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy370-nk|wyse 370 without function keys:\
	:am:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[40l:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[1;24r\E8:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[90;1"p\E[?5W:i2=\E>\017\E(B\E[63;0w\E[m:\
	:im=\E[4h:ip=:\
	:is=\E[2;4;20;30;40l\E[?1;10;16l\E[12h\E[?7;8;25h:\
	:ke=\E>:ks=\E[?1l\E=:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\n:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=\011:te=\E[ R:ti=\E[ Q:\
	:ts=\E[40l\E[40h\E7\E[99;%i%dH:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:ve=\E[34h\E[?25h:\
	:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h\E[34l:
#
#	Function key set for the ASCII (wy-50 compatible) keyboard
#	This is the default 370.
#
wy370|wyse370|wy370-101k|Wyse 370 with 101 key keyboard:\
	:@8=\EOM:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:\
	:F5=\E[28~:F6=\E[29~:k1=\E[?4i:k2=\E[?3i:k3=\E[2i:k4=\E[@:\
	:k5=\E[M:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:\
	:k;=\E[21~:kA=\EOP:kB=\E[Z:kD=\EOQ:kI=\EOP:kL=\EOQ:kN=\E[U:\
	:kP=\E[V:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:tc=wy370-nk:
#
#	Function key set for the VT-320 (and wy85) compatible keyboard
#
wy370-105k|Wyse 370 with 105 key keyboard:\
	:%1=\E[28~:*6=\E[4~:@0=\E[1~:@8=\EOM:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:\
	:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:F5=\E[28~:F6=\E[29~:F7=\E[31~:\
	:F8=\E[32~:F9=\E[33~:FA=\E[34~:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOu:K3=\EOy:\
	:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kD=\E[3~:\
	:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[26~:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:l1=PF1:l2=PF2:l3=PF3:l4=PF4:\
	:tc=wy370-nk:
#
#	Function key set for the PC compatible keyboard
#
wy370-EPC|Wyse 370 with 102 key keyboard:\
	:@7=\E[1~:@8=\EOM:F1=\E[23~:F2=\E[24~:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[M:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:\
	:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kB=\E[Z:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:tc=wy370-nk:
#
#	Wyse 370 with visual bell.
wy370-vb|Wyse 370 with visible bell:\
	:bl@:tc=wy370:
#
#	Wyse 370 in 132-column mode.
wy370-w|Wyse 370 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy370:
#
#	Wyse 370 in 132-column mode with visual bell.
wy370-wvb|Wyse 370 with visible bell 132-columns:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:tc=wy370-w:
wy370-rv|Wyse 370 reverse video:\
	:r3=\E[32h\E[?5h:tc=wy370:
#
#	Wyse 99gt Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator,
#
wy99gt-tek|Wyse 99gt Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator:\
	:am:os:\
	:co#74:li#35:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\E^L:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:ff=^L:\
	:hd=\036HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH\037:\
	:ho=^]7`x @\037:\
	:hu=\036DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD\037:\
	:is=\E8:le=^H:nd= :nw=^M^J:u0=\E~>\E8:u1=\E[42h:up=^K:
#
#	Wyse 160 Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator,
#
wy160-tek|Wyse 160 Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator:\
	:ho=^]8`g @\037:\
	:tc=wy99gt-tek:
#
#	Wyse 370 Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator,
#
wy370-tek|Wyse 370 Tektronix 4010/4014 emulator:\
	:am:os:\
	:co#80:li#36:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\E^L:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:ff=^L:\
	:hd=\036HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH\037:\
	:ho=^]8g @\037:\
	:hu=\036DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD\037:\
	:is=\E8:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^I:ku=^K:le=^H:nd= :nw=^M^J:\
	:u0=\E[?38h\E8:u1=\E[?38l:up=^K:

# Vendor-supplied Wyse entries end here.

#
#TITLE:  TERMINFO ENTRY WY520
#DATE:   8/5/93
# The WY520 terminfo is based on the WY285 entry published on the WYSE 
# BBS with the addition of more function keys and special keys.
#
#               rs1 -> set personality
#               rs2 -> set number of columns
#               rs3 -> set number of lines
#               is1 -> select the proper font
#               is2 -> do the initialization
#               is3 -> If this string is empty then rs3 gets sent.
#
#       Wyse 520 emulating a vt420 7 bit mode with default ANSI keyboard
#       - The BS key is programmed to generate BS in smcup since
#         is2 doesn't seem to work.
#       - Remove and shift/Remove: delete a character
#       - Insert : enter insert mode
#       - Find   : delete to end of file
#       - Select : clear a line
#       - F11, F12, F13: send default sequences (not ESC, BS, LF)
#       - F14 : Home key
#       - Bottom status line (host writable line) is used.
#       - smkx,rmkx are removed because this would put the numeric
#         keypad in Dec application mode which doesn't seem to work
#         with SCO applications.
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
wy520|wyse520|wyse 520:\
	:am:hs:km:mi:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\EOw:K2=\EOy:K3=\EOu:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[0$~:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[0$}:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[?5W:\
	:i2=\E>\E(B\017\E[m:im=\E[4h:ip=:\
	:is=\E[2;4;20;30l\E[?1;4;10;16l\E[12h\E[?7;8;25;67h:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[3~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[26~:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\n:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[ R:ti=\E[ Q\E[?67;8h:ts=\E[2$~\E[1$}\E[%i%d`:\
	:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[34h\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:vs=\E[?25h\E[34l:
#
#       Wyse 520 with 24 data lines and status (terminal status)
wy520-24|wyse520-24|wyse 520 with 24 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[47h\E[40l\E[1;24r:ts@:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 with visual bell.
wy520-vb|wyse520-vb|wyse 520 with visible bell:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column mode.
wy520-w|wyse520-w|wyse 520 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:IC=\E[%d@:dc=\E[P:ei=:im=:ip=:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column mode with visual bell.
wy520-wvb|wyse520-wvb|wyse 520 with visible bell 132-columns:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:\
	:tc=wy520-w:
#
#
#       Wyse 520 emulating a vt420 7 bit mode.
#       The DEL key is programmed to generate BS in is2.
#       With EPC keyboard.
#       - 'End' key will clear till end of line on EPC keyboard
#       - Shift/End : ignored.
#       - Insert : enter insert mode.
#       - Delete : delete a character (have to change interrupt character
#                  to CTRL-C: stty intr '^c') for it to work since the
#                  Delete key sends 7FH.
wy520-epc|wyse520-epc|wyse 520 with EPC kb:\
	:@7=\E[4~:k0=\E[21~:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:\
	:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:kD=\177:kE=\E[4~:kh=\E[H:\
	:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 with 24 data lines and status (terminal status)
#       with EPC keyboard.
wy520-epc-24|wyse520-pc-24|wyse 520 with 24 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[47h\E[40l\E[1;24r:ts@:tc=wy520-epc:
#
#       Wyse 520 with visual bell.
wy520-epc-vb|wyse520-pc-vb|wyse 520 with visible bell:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:\
	:tc=wy520-epc:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column mode.
wy520-epc-w|wyse520-epc-w|wyse 520 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:IC=\E[%d@:dc=\E[P:ei=:im=:ip=:r2=\E[35h\E[?3h:tc=wy520-epc:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column mode with visual bell.
wy520-epc-wvb|wyse520-p-wvb|wyse 520 with visible bell 132-columns:\
	:vb=\E[30h\E\\054\E[30l:\
	:tc=wy520-epc-w:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 80-column, 36 lines
wy520-36|wyse520-36|wyse 520 with 36 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:li#36:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[36*|\E[36t\E[40l\E[1;36r:ts@:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 80-column, 48 lines
wy520-48|wyse520-48|wyse 520 with 48 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:li#48:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[48*|\E[48t\E[40l\E[1;48r:ts@:tc=wy520:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column, 36 lines
wy520-36w|wyse520-36w|wyse 520 with 36 data lines:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[?3h:\
	:r3=\E[?5l\E[36*|\E[36t\E[40l\E[1;36r\E[132$|:tc=wy520-36:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column, 48 lines
wy520-48w|wyse520-48w|wyse 520 with 48 data lines:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[?3h:\
	:r3=\E[?5l\E[48*|\E[48t\E[40l\E[1;48r\E[132$|:tc=wy520-48:
#
#
#       Wyse 520 in 80-column, 36 lines with EPC keyboard
wy520-36pc|wyse520-36pc|wyse 520 with 36 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:li#36:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[36*|\E[36t\E[40l\E[1;36r:ts@:tc=wy520-epc:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 80-column, 48 lines with EPC keyboard
wy520-48pc|wyse520-48pc|wyse 520 with 48 data lines:\
	:hs@:\
	:li#48:\
	:ds@:fs@:r3=\E[?5l\E[48*|\E[48t\E[40l\E[1;48r:ts@:tc=wy520-epc:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column, 36 lines with EPC keyboard
wy520-36wpc|wyse520-36wpc|wyse 520 with 36 data lines:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[?3h:\
	:r3=\E[?5l\E[36*|\E[36t\E[40l\E[1;36r\E[132$|:tc=wy520-36pc:
#
#       Wyse 520 in 132-column, 48 lines with EPC keyboard
wy520-48wpc|wyse520-48wpc|wyse 520 with 48 data lines:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:r2=\E[?3h:\
	:r3=\E[?5l\E[48*|\E[48t\E[40l\E[1;48r\E[132$|:tc=wy520-48pc:

# From: John Gilmore <hoptoad!gnu@lll-crg.arpa>
# (wyse-vp: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/wyse-adds:, there's no such
# file and we don't know what :st: is -- esr)
wyse-vp|wyse|Wyse 50 in ADDS Viewpoint emulation mode with "enhance" on:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EM:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\El:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^A:im=\Eq:is=\E`\072\E`9\017\Er:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^A:kl=^U:kr=^F:ku=^Z:le=^H:ll=^A^Z:me=^O:\
	:nd=^F:nw=^M^J:r1=\E`\072\E`9\017\Er:se=^O:sf=^J:so=^N:\
	:ta=^I:ue=^O:up=^Z:us=^N:

wy75ap|wyse75ap|wy-75ap|wyse-75ap|Wyse WY-75 Applications and Cursor keypad:\
	:is=\E[1;24r\E[?10;3l\E[?1;25h\E[4l\E[m\E(B\E=:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EOB:ke=10\E[?1l\E>:kh=\EOH:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ks=10\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:tc=wy75:

# From: Eric Freudenthal <freudent@eric.ultra.nyu.edu>
wy100q|Wyse 100 for Quotron:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:im=\Eq:\
	:is=\E`\072\200\EC\EDF\E0\E'\E(\EA21:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:sr=\Ej:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:

#### Kermit terminal emulations
#
# Obsolete Kermit versions may be listed in the section describing obsolete
# non-ANSI terminal emulators later in the file.
#

# KERMIT standard all versions.
# Straight ascii keyboard. :sr=\EI: not avail. many versions + bug prone in vi.
# (kermit: removed obsolete ":ma=^Hh^Jj^Kk^Ll^^H:" -- esr)
# From: greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 9-25-84
kermit|standard kermit:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EY%+ %+ :ho=\EH:\
	:is=K0 Standard Kermit  9-25-84\n:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=\EC:up=\EA:
kermit-am|standard kermit plus auto-margin:\
	:am:\
	:is=K1 Standard Kermit plus Automatic Margins\n:tc=kermit:
# IBMPC Kermit 1.2.
# Bugs: :cd:, :ce:: do not work except at beginning of line!  :cl: does
# not work, but fake with :cl=\EH\EJ (since :cd=\EJ: works at beginning of
# line).
# From: greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 8-30-84
pckermit|pckermit12|UCB IBMPC Kermit 1.2:\
	:am:\
	:li#25:\
	:cd@:ce@:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:is=K2 UCB IBMPC Kermit 1.2  8-30-84\n:tc=kermit:
# IBMPC Kermit 1.20
# Cannot use line 25, now acts funny like ansi special scrolling region.
# Initialization must escape from that region by cursor position to line 24.
# Cannot use character insert because 1.20 goes crazy if insert at col 80.
# Does not use :am: because autowrap is lost when kermit dropped and restarted.
# From: greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 12-19-84
pckermit120|UCB IBMPC Kermit 1.20:\
	:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:dc=\EN:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei@:im@:\
	:is=\EO\Eq\EJ\EY7 K3 UCB IBMPC Kermit 1.20  12-19-84\n:\
	:se=\Eq:so=\Ep:ta=^I:vs=\EO\Eq\EEK3:\
	:tc=kermit:
# MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 for the IBMPC
# Straight ascii keyboard. :sr=\EI: not avail. many versions + bug prone in vi.
# Cannot use line 25, now acts funny like ansi special scrolling region.
# Initialization must escape from that region by cursor position to line 24.
# Does not use am: because autowrap is lost when kermit dropped and restarted.
# Reverse video for standout like H19.
# (msk227: removed obsolete ":ma=^Hh^Jj^Kk^Ll^^H:" -- esr)
# From: greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 3-17-85
msk227|mskermit227|MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 for the IBMPC:\
	:am@:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dc=\EN:dl=\EM:\
	:do=\EB:ei=\EO:ho=\EH:im=\E@:\
	:is=\EO\Eq\EG\Ew\EJ\EY7 K4 MS Kermit 2.27 for the IBMPC 3-17-85\n:\
	:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=\EC:rc=\Ek:sc=\Ej:\
	:se=\Eq:so=\Ep:ta=^I:up=\EA:vs=\EO\Eq\EG\EwK4:
# MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 with automatic margins
# From:	greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 3-17-85
msk227am|mskermit227am|UCB MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 with automatic margins:\
	:am:\
	:is=\EO\Eq\EG\Ev\EJ\EY7 K5 MS Kermit 2.27 +automatic margins 3-17-85\n:\
	:vs=\EO\Eq\EG\EvK5:\
	:tc=msk227:
# MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 UCB 227.14 for the IBM PC
# Automatic margins now default.  Use ansi :sa: for highlights.
# Define function keys.
# (msk22714: removed obsolete ":kn#10:" -- esr)
# From: greg small <gts@populi.berkeley.edu> 3-17-85
msk22714|mskermit22714|UCB MS-DOS Kermit 2.27 UCB 227.14 IBM PC:\
	:am:\
	:is=\EO\Eq\EG\Ev\EJ\EY7 K6 MS Kermit 2.27 UCB 227.14 IBM PC 3-17-85\n:\
	:k0=\E0:k1=\E1:k2=\E2:k3=\E3:k4=\E4:k5=\E5:k6=\E6:k7=\E7:\
	:k8=\E8:k9=\E9:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:se=\E[m:so=\E[1m:\
	:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:vs=\EO\Eq\EG\EvK6:\
	:tc=mskermit227:
# This was designed for a VT320 emulator, but it is probably a good start
# at support for the VT320 itself.
# Please send changes with explanations to bug-gnu-emacs@prep.ai.mit.edu.
# (vt320-k3: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
vt320-k3|MS-Kermit 3.00's vt320 emulation:\
	:am:es:hs:km:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#49:pb#9600:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:CC=\E:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SR=\E[%dL:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:\
	:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ds=\E[0$~:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[0$}:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E>\E F\E[?1l\E[?7h\E[r\E[2$~:k0=\E[21~:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:\
	:k9=\E[20~:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:\
	:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E[1$}\r\E[K:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l\E[?5h\E[?5l\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:\
	:vi=\E[?25l:
# From: Joseph Gil <yogi@cs.ubc.ca> 13 Dec 1991
# ACS capabilities from Philippe De Muyter  <phdm@info.ucl.ac.be> 30 May 1996
# (I removed a bogus boolean :mo: and added :ms:, <smam>, <rmam> -- esr)
vt320-k311|dec vt320 series as defined by kermit 3.11:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=^O:al=3\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[;H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[2$~\r\E[1$}\E[K\E[$}:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=\E[$}:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:\
	:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l1=pf1:l2=pf2:l3=pf3:l4=pf4:\
	:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:\
	:r1=\E[?3l:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E[2$~\E[1$}\E[1;%dH:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:

######## NON-ANSI TERMINAL EMULATIONS
#

#### Avatar
#
# These entries attempt to describe Avatar, a terminal emulation used with
# MS-DOS bulletin-board systems.  It was designed to give ANSI-like
# capabilities, but with cheaper (shorter) control sequences.  Messy design,
# excessively dependent on PC idiosyncracies, but apparently rather popular
# in the BBS world.
#
# No color support.  Avatar doesn't fit either of the Tektronix or HP color
# models that terminfo knows about.  An Avatar color attribute is the
# low 7 bits of the IBM-PC display-memory attribute.  Bletch.
#
# I wrote these entries while looking at the Avatar spec.  I don't have
# the facilities to test them.  Let me know if they work, or don't.
#
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> 1 Nov 1995
# (The :mb:/:md:/:mr:/:as:/:us:/:so: capabilities exist only to
# tell ncurses that the corresponding highlights exist; it should use :sa:,
# which is the only method that will actually work for multiple highlights.)
avatar0|avatar terminal emulator level 0:\
	:am:ms:ut:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:as=:ce=^V^G:cm=\026\010%.%.:cr=^M:do=^V^D:le=^V^E:\
	:mb=^A^V\177:md=^V^A^P:me=^V^A^G:mk=^V^A\200:mr=^A^Vp:\
	:nd=^V^F:r2=^L:rp=\031%.%d:\
	:sf=^J:so=^A^Vp:up=^V^C:us=^V^A:\
	:tc=klone+acs:
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> 1 Nov 1995
avatar0+|avatar terminal emulator level 0+:\
	:dc=^V^N:ei=\026\n\200\200\200\200:im=^V^I:tc=avatar0:
# From: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com> 1 Nov 1995
avatar|avatar1|avatar terminal emulator level 1:\
	:RA=^V":SA=^V$:al=^V+:dl=^V-:ei=^V^P:ve=^V'^A:vi=^V'^B:\
	:vs=^V^C:\
	:tc=avatar0+:

#### RBcomm
#
# RBComm is a lean and mean terminal emulator written by the Interrupt List
# mantainer, Ralf Brown. It was fairly popular in the late DOS years (early
# '90s), especially in the BBS world, and still has some loyal users due to
# its very small memory footprint and to a cute macro language.
rbcomm|IBM PC with RBcomm and EMACS keybindings:\
	:am:bw:mi:ms:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:al=^K:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=^F5:ce=^P^P:\
	:cl=^L:cm=\037%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=^W:dl=^Z:\
	:dm=:do=^C:ec=\E[%dX:ed=:ei=^]:im=^\:\
	:is=\017\035\E(B\E[?7h\E[?3l\E[>8g:kb=^H:kd=^N:\
	:ke=\E>:kh=^A:kl=^B:kr=^F:ks=\E=:ku=^P:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mk=\E[8m:mr=^R:nd=^B:nw=^M\ED:\
	:r1=\017\E(B\025\E[?3l\E[>8g:rc=\E8:rp=\030%.%.:\
	:sc=\E7:se=^U:sf=\ED:so=^R:sr=\EM:ta=^I:te=:ti=:ue=^U:up=^^:\
	:us=^T:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:
rbcomm-nam|IBM PC with RBcomm, no autowrap:\
	:am@:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\017\035\E(B\E[?7l\E[?3l\E[>8g:kb=^H:kd=^J:\
	:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:\
	:tc=rbcomm:
rbcomm-w|IBM PC with RBcomm, 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\017\035\E(B\E[?7h\E[?3h\E[>8g:kb=^H:kd=^J:\
	:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:\
	:tc=rbcomm:

######## OLDER TERMINAL TYPES
#
# This section is devoted to older commercial terminal brands that are now
# discontinued, but known to be still in use or represented by emulations.
#

#### AT&T (att, tty)
#
# This section also includes Teletype-branded VDTs.
#
# The AT&T/Teletype terminals group was sold to SunRiver Data Systems (now
# Boundless Technologies); for details, see the header comment on the ADDS
# section.
#
# These are AT&T's official terminfo entries.  All-caps aliases have been
# removed.
#
att2300|sv80|AT&T 2300 Video Information Terminal 80 column mode:\
	:am:eo:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[11r:\
	:F2=\E[12r:F3=\E[13r:F4=\E[14r:F5=\E[15r:F6=\E[16r:\
	:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:\
	:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:k1=\E[1r:k2=\E[2r:k3=\E[3r:k4=\E[4r:k5=\E[5r:k6=\E[6r:\
	:k7=\E[7r:k8=\E[8r:k9=\E[9r:k;=\E[10r:kA=\E[L:kB=\E[Z:\
	:kC=\E[J:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kL=\E[M:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:ps=\E[0i:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:\
	:up=\E[A:
att2350|AT&T 2350 Video Information Terminal 80 column mode:\
	:pf@:po@:ps@:\
	:tc=att2300:

# Must setup RETURN KEY - CR, REC'VD LF - INDEX.
# Seems upward compatible with vt100, plus ins/del line/char.
# On sgr, the protection parameter is ignored.
# No check is made to make sure that only 3 parameters are output.
# 	standout= reverse + half-intensity = 3 | 5.
# 	bold= reverse + underline = 2 | 3.
# note that half-bright blinking doesn't look different from normal blinking.
# NOTE:you must program the function keys first, label second!
# (att4410: a BSD entry has been seen with the following capabilities: 
# :is=\E[?6l:, :k1=\EOc:, :k2=\EOd:, :k3=\EOe:, :k4=\EOg:,
# :k6=\EOh:, :k7=\EOi:, :k8=\EOj:, -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att5410v1|att4410v1|tty5410v1|AT&T 4410/5410 80 columns - version 1:\
	:am:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:it#8:lh#2:li#24:lw#8:ws#80:\
	:ac=``aaffhhggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~00++--\054\054..:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=:fs=\E8:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[?3l:\
	:i2=\E[1;03q   f1           \EOP\E[2;03q   f2           \EOQ\E[3;03q   f3           \EOR\E[4;03q   f4           \EOS\E[5;03q   f5           \EOT\E[6;03q   f6           \EOU\E[7;03q   f7           \EOV\E[8;03q   f8           \EOW:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOT:\
	:k6=\EOU:k7=\EOV:k8=\EOW:kC=\E[2J:kH=\E[24;1H:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[2;7m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[8m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:r2=\Ec\E[?3l\E[2;0y:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E7\E[25;%+^AH:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

att4410v1-w|att5410v1-w|tty5410v1-w|AT&T 4410/5410 132 columns - version 1:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:r2=\Ec\E[?3h\E[2;0y:tc=att5410v1:

att4410|att5410|tty5410|AT&T 4410/5410 80 columns - version 2:\
	:bs:\
	:tc=att5410v1:

att5410-w|att4410-w|4410-w|tty5410-w|5410-w|AT&T 4410/5410 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:r2=\Ec\E[?3h\E[2;0y:tc=att4410:

# 5410 in terms of a vt100
# (v5410: added <rmam>/<smam> based on init string -- esr)
v5410|att5410 in terms of a vt100:\
	:am:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:@8=\EOM:K1=\EOq:K2=\EOr:K3=\EOs:K4=\EOp:K5=\EOn:RA=\E[?7l:\
	:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:eA=\E(B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k0=\EOy:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:k5=\EOt:k6=\EOu:k7=\EOv:k8=\EOl:k9=\EOw:k;=\EOx:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[1;7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# 
# Teletype Model 5420 -- A souped up 5410, with multiple windows,
# even! the 5420 has three modes: scroll, window or page mode
# this terminfo should work in scroll or window mode, but doesn't
# take advantage of any of the differences between them.
#
# Has memory below (2 lines!)
# 3 pages of memory (plus some spare)
# The 5410 sequences for :cm:, :vs:, :DC:, :DL:, :ec:, :vb:, :ho:,
# <hpa>, :st: would work for these, but these work in both scroll and window
# mode... Unset insert character so insert mode works
# :i1: sets 80 column mode,
# :is: escape sequence:
# 1) turn off all fonts
# 2) function keys off, keyboard lock off, control display off,
#    insert mode off, erasure mode off,
# 3) full duplex, monitor mode off, send graphics off, nl on lf off
# 4) reset origin mode
# 5) set line wraparound
# 6) exit erasure mode, positional attribute mode, and erasure extent mode
# 7) clear margins
# 8) program ENTER to transmit ^J,
# We use \212 to program the ^J because a bare ^J will get translated by
# UNIX into a CR/LF. The enter key is needed for AT&T uOMS.
#     1      2            3              4     5     6    7  8
# :i3: set screen color to black,
# No representation in terminfo for the delete word key: kdw1=\Ed
# Key capabilities assume the power-up send sequence...
# This :te: is not strictly necessary, but it helps maximize 
# memory usefulness: :te=\Ez:,
# Alternate sgr0:	:me=\E[m\EW^O:,
# Alternate sgr:	:sa=\E[%?%p1%t2;7%;%?%p2%t;4%;%?%p3%t;7%;%?%p4%t;5%;%?%p5%t;2%;%?%p7%t;8%;m%?%p8%t\EV%;%?%p9%t^N%e^O%;:,
# smkx programs the SYS PF keys to send a set sequence.
# It also sets up labels f1, f2, ..., f8, and sends edit keys.
# This string causes them to send the strings :k1:-:k8:
# when pressed in SYS PF mode.
# (att4415: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att4415|tty5420|att5420|AT&T 4415/5420 80 cols:\
	:bs:db:mi:xo:\
	:Nl#8:lh#2:lm#78:lw#8:ws#55:\
	:@1=\Et:@7=\Ez:@8=\Eent:AL=\E[%dL:CM=\E[%i%d;%dt:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:LF=\E|:\
	:LO=\E~:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:SF=\E[%dE:SR=\E[%dF:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:bt=\E[Z:ch=\E[%+^AG:cl=\E[x\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dx:ct=\E[3g:cv=\E[%+^Ad:ec=\E[%ds\E[%dD:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[x:i1=\E[?3l:i2=\E[?5l:ic@:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[m\017\E[1;2;3;4;6l\E[12;13;14;20l\E[?6;97;99l\E[?7h\E[4i\Ex\E[21;1j\212:\
	:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:\
	:k8=\EOj:kA=\E[L:kB=\E[Z:kD=\E[P:kE=\E[2K:kF=\E[T:kH=\Eu:\
	:kI=\E[4h:kL=\E[M:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:kR=\E[S:\
	:ke=\E[19;0j\E[21;1j\212:ks=\E[19;1j\E[21;4j\Eent:\
	:l1=F1:l2=F2:l3=F3:l4=F4:l5=F5:l6=F6:l7=F7:l8=F8:ll=\Ew:\
	:me=\E[m\017:mp=\EV:pf=\E[?9i:po=\E[?4i:ps=\E[?2i:st=\EH:\
	:ts=\E7\E[25;%+^HH:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[11;0j:\
	:vs=\E[11;1j:\
	:tc=att4410:

att4415-w|tty5420-w|att5420-w|AT&T 4415/5420 132 cols:\
	:co#132:lm#54:ws#97:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:tc=att4415:

att4415-rv|tty5420-rv|att5420-rv|AT&T 4415/5420 80 cols/rv:\
	:i2=\E[?5h:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:\
	:tc=att4415:

att4415-w-rv|tty5420-w-rv|att5420-w-rv|AT&T 4415/5420 132 cols/rv:\
	:co#132:lm#54:ws#97:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:i2=\E[?5h:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:tc=att4415:

# Note that this mode permits programming USER PF KEYS and labels
# However, when you program user pf labels you have to reselect
# user pf keys to make them appear! 
att4415+nl|tty5420+nl|att5420+nl|generic AT&T 4415/5420 changes for not changing labels:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:

att4415-nl|tty5420-nl|att5420-nl|AT&T 4415/5420 without changing labels:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:\
	:tc=att4415+nl:tc=att4415:

att4415-rv-nl|tty5420-rv-nl|att5420-rv-nl|AT&T 4415/5420 reverse video without changing labels:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:\
	:tc=att4415+nl:tc=att4415-rv:

att4415-w-nl|tty5420-w-nl|att5420-w-nl|AT&T 4415/5420 132 cols without changing labels:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:\
	:tc=att4415+nl:tc=att4415-w:

att4415-w-rv-n|tty5420-w-rv-n|att5420-w-rv-n|AT&T 4415/5420 132 cols reverse without changing labels:\
	:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:\
	:tc=att4415+nl:tc=att4415-w-rv:

# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att5420_2|AT&T 5420 model 2 80 cols:\
	:am:db:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:lm#78:ws#55:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:CM=\E[%i%d;%dt:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dE:SR=\E[%dF:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bt=\E[1Z:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:\
	:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=\EG:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[1B:ec=\E[%ds\E[%dD:ei=:fs=\E8:\
	:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[0;23r\Ex\Ey\E[2;0j\E[3;3j\E[4;0j\E[5;0j\E[6;0j\E[7;0j\E[8;0j\E[9;1j\E[10;0j\E[15;0j\E[16;1j\E[19;0j\E[20;1j\E[29;0j\E[1;24r:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:\
	:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:kD=\E[P:kH=\Eu:kI=\E[4h:kN=\E[U:\
	:kP=\E[V:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[19;0j:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[19;1j:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\Ew:mb=\E[5m:me=\E[m\017:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[1C:nw=^M^J:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E7\E[25;%+^HH:ue=\E[m:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[11;0j:vs=\E[11;1j:
att5420_2-w|AT&T 5420 model 2 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:i1=\E[0;23r\Ex\Ey\E[2;0j\E[3;3j\E[4;0j\E[5;1j\E[6;0j\E[7;0j\E[8;0j\E[9;1j\E[10;0j\E[15;0j\E[16;1j\E[19;0j\E[20;1j\E[29;0j\E[1;24r:tc=att5420_2:

att4418|att5418|AT&T 5418 80 cols:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:@8=\E[:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[n:\
	:F2=\E[o:F3=\E[H:F4=\E[I:F5=\E[J:F8=\E[K:F9=\E[L:FA=\E[E:\
	:FB=\E[_:FC=\E[M:FD=\E[N:FE=\E[O:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[1L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[?3l:ic=\E[1@:im=:is=\E?6l\E?5l:k1=\E[h:k2=\E[i:\
	:k3=\E[j:k6=\E[k:k7=\E[l:k8=\E[f:k9=\E[w:k;=\E[m:kC=\E[%:\
	:kd=\EU:kh=\Ec:kl=\E@:kr=\EA:ku=\ES:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:\
	:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
att4418-w|att5418-w|AT&T 5418 132 cols:\
	:co#132:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:tc=att5418:

att4420|tty4420|teletype 4420:\
	:bs:da:db:eo:ms:ul:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#72:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\Ez:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=\EG:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:dm@:do=\EB:ed@:ho=\EH:k0=\EU:k3=\E@:kA=\EL:\
	:kB=\EO:kC=\EJ:kD=\EP:kF=\ES:kI=\E\136:kL=\EM:kR=\ET:kd=\EB:\
	:kh=\EH:kl=^H:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l0=segment advance:\
	:l3=cursor tab:le=\ED:nd=\EC:se=\E~:sf=\EH\EM\EY7 :so=\E}:\
	:ue=\EZ:up=\EA:us=\E\\:

#  The following is a terminfo entry for the Teletype 4424
#  asynchronous keyboard-display terminal.  It supports
#  the vi editor.  The terminal must be set up as follows,
# 	
# 	HIGHLIGHT DEFINITION	3-TONE
# 	DISPLAY FUNCTION	GROUP III
# 	
#  The second entry below provides limited (a la adm3a)
#  operation under GROUP II.
# 	
#  This must be used with DISPLAY FUNCTION GROUP I or III
# 	and HIGHLIGHT DEFINITION 3-TONE
# The terminal has either bold or blink, depending on options
#
# (att4424: commented out :ti:=\E[1m, we don't need bright locked on -- esr)
att4424|tty4424|teletype 4424:\
	:am:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\EL:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\EO:cd=\EJ:ce=\Ez:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\EF:\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E\136:im=:\
	:is=\E[20l\E[?7h:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kC=\EJ:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E3:\
	:md=\E3:me=\EX\E~\EZ\E4\E(B:mh=\EW:mr=\E}:nd=\EC:nw=\EE:\
	:se=\E~:sf=^J:so=\E}:sr=\ET:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\EZ:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E\\:

att4424-1|tty4424-1|teletype 4424 in display function group I:\
	:kC@:kd=\EB:kh@:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:\
	:tc=att4424:

# This entry is not one of AT&T's official ones, it was translated from the
# 4.4BSD termcap file.  The highlight strings are different from att4424.
# I have no idea why this is -- older firmware version, maybe?
# The following two lines are the comment originally attached to the entry:
# This entry appears to avoid the top line - I have no idea why.
# From: jwb Wed Mar 31 13:25:09 1982 remote from ihuxp
att4424m|tty4424m|teletype 4424M:\
	:am:da:db:mi:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#23:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2;H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H\E[B:\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=:ic=\E\136:im=:ip=2:\
	:is=\E[m\E[2;24r:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\ET:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# The Teletype 5425 is really version 2 of the Teletype 5420. It 
# is quite similar, except for some minor differences. No page 
# mode, for example, so all of the :cm: sequences used above have 
# to change back to what's being used for the 5410. Many of the 
# option settings have changed their numbering as well.
# 
# This has been tested on a preliminary model.
#
# (att5425: added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att5425|tty5425|att4425|AT&T 4425/5425:\
	:am:da:db:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:lm#78:ws#55:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dE:SR=\E[%dF:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:\
	:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%ds\E[%dD:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E8:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E<\E[?3l:i2=\E[?5l:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[m\017\E[1;2;3;4;6l\E[12;13;14;20l\E[?6;97;99l\E[?7h\E[4i\Ex\E[25;1j\212:\
	:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:\
	:k8=\EOj:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[4h:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:ke=\E[21;0j\E[25;1j\212:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[21;1j\E[25;4j\Eent\E~:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[2;7m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ts=\E7\E[25;%+^HH:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[12;0j:\
	:vs=\E[12;1j:

att5425-nl|tty5425-nl|att4425-nl|AT&T 4425/5425 80 columns no labels:\
	:ks=\E[21;1j\E[25;4j\Eent:\
	:tc=att4425:

att5425-w|att4425-w|tty5425-w|teletype 4425/5425 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:lm#54:ws#97:\
	:i1=\E[?3h:tc=tty5425:

# (att4426: his had bogus capabilities: :ri=\EM:, :ri=\E[1U:. 
# I also added <rmam>/<smam> -- esr)
att4426|tty4426|teletype 4426S:\
	:am:da:db:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#48:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\EL:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[0K:ch=\E[%dG:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J\E[1U\E[H\E[2J\E[1V:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E[3g:cv=\E[%dd:dc=\EP:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\Ec\E[?7h:ic=\E\136:im=:is=\E[m\E[1;24r:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOT:k6=\EOU:k7=\EOV:k8=\EOW:\
	:kB=\EO:kC=\E[2J:kH=\E[24;1H:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\E[H:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=\E[D:ll=\E[24H:md=\E[5m:me=\E[m\E(B:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:r2=\Ec\E[?3l\E[2;0y:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[5m:sr=\ET:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E[4m:

# Terminfo entry for the AT&T 510 A Personal Terminal
# Function keys 9 - 16 are available only after the 
# screen labeled (soft keys/action blocks) are labeled.  Function key
# 9 corresponds to the leftmost touch target on the screen,
# function key 16 corresponds to the rightmost.
#
# This entry is based on one done by Ernie Rice at Summit, NJ and
# changed by Anne Gallup, Skokie, IL, ttrdc!anne
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att510a|bct510a|AT&T 510A Personal Terminal:\
	:am:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:Nl#8:co#80:lh#2:li#24:lw#7:\
	:#4=\E[u:%i=\E[v:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:\
	:F1=\EOe:F2=\EOf:F3=\EOg:F4=\EOh:F5=\EOi:F6=\EOj:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=hrisjjkkllmmnnqqttuuvvwwxx{{||}}~~-f\054h.e+g`b:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(1:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[0J:\
	:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[1B:eA=\E(B:ff=^L:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E(B\E[2l:i2=\E[21;1|\212:k1=\EOm:k2=\EOV:\
	:k3=\EOu:k4=\ENj:k5=\ENe:k6=\ENf:k7=\ENh:k8=\E[H:k9=\EOc:\
	:k;=\EOd:kB=\E[Z:kF=\E[S:kR=\E[T:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[19;0|:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[19;1|:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[2;7m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:pf=\E[?8i:po=\E[?4i:ps=\E[0i:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[11;3|:vi=\E[11;0|:vs=\E[11;2|:

# Terminfo entry for the AT&T 510 D Personal Terminal
# Function keys 9 through 16 are accessed by bringing up the
# system blocks.
# Function key 9 corresponds to the leftmost touch target on the screen,
# function key 16 corresponds to the rightmost.
#
# There are problems with soft key labeling.  These are due to 
# strangenesses in the native terminal that are impossible to
# describe in a terminfo.  
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att510d|bct510d|AT&T 510D Personal Terminal:\
	:am:da:db:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#48:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:\
	:al=\E[L:as=\E(1:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[1B:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ff=^L:ho=\E[H:i1=\E(B\E[5;0|:\
	:i2=\E[21;1|\212:im=\E[4h:k1=\EOm:k2=\EOV:k3=\EOu:k4=\ENj:\
	:k5=\ENe:k6=\ENf:k7=\ENh:k8=\E[H:k9=\EOc:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:ke=\E[19;0|:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[19;1|:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:ll=\E#2:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[2;7m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[11;3|:vs=\E[11;2|:

# (att500: I merged this with the att513 entry, att500 just used att513 -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att500|att513|AT&T 513 using page mode:\
	:am:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dE:SR=\E[%dF:UP=\E[%dA:ae=^O:\
	:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=%i\E[%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E?\E[3;3|\E[10;0|\E[21;1|\212\E[6;1|\E[1{\E[?99l:\
	:im=\E[4h:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:\
	:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:kD=\ENf:kI=\ENj:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[19;0|\E[21;1|\212:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[19;1|\E[21;4|\Eent:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E#2:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[2;7m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[11;0|:vs=\E[11;1|:

# 01-07-88
# printer must be set to EMUL ANSI to accept ESC codes
# :up: stops at top margin
# :i1: sets cpi 10,lpi 6,form 66,left 1,right 132,top 1,bottom 66,font
#	and alt font ascii,wrap on,tabs cleared
# :is: disables newline on LF,Emphasized off
# The <u0> capability sets form length
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att5310|att5320|AT&T Model 53210 or 5320 matrix printer:\
	:co#132:it#8:li#66:\
	:DO=\E[%de:RI=\E[%da:cr=^M:do=^J:ff=^L:i1=\Ec:is=\E[20l\r:\
	:nd= :ta=^I:up=\EM:

# Teletype 5620, firmware version 1.1 (8;7;3) or earlier from BRL
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	CR_DEF=CR	NL_DEF=INDEX	DUPLEX=FULL
# Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.  This termcap description is for the Resident Terminal Mode.
# No delays specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# The BRL entry also said: UNSAFE :ll=\E[70H:
att5620-1|tty5620-1|dmd1|Teletype 5620 with old ROMs:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#88:it#8:li#70:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:kC=\E[2J:kH=\E[70;1H:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:r1=\Ec:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:sf=^J:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

# 5620 terminfo  (2.0 or later ROMS with char attributes)
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	DUPLEX=FULL	GEN_FLOW=ON	NEWLINE=INDEX	RETURN=CR
# Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.  This termcap description is for Resident Terminal Mode.  No
# delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# assumptions: :sf: (scroll forward one line) is only done at screen bottom
# Be aware that older versions of the dmd have a firmware bug that affects
# parameter defaulting; for this terminal, the 0 in \E[0m is not optional.
# :ms: is from an otherwise inferior BRL for this terminal.  That entry
# also has :ll:=\E[70H commented out and marked unsafe.
# For more, see the 5620 FAQ maintained by David Breneman <daveb@dgtl.com>.
att5620|dmd|tty5620|ttydmd|5620|5620 terminal 88 columns:\
	:NL:NP:am:bs:ms:xo:\
	:co#88:it#8:li#70:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:SF=\E[%dS:\
	:SR=\E[%dT:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:kC=\E[2J:kH=\E[70;1H:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:md=\E[2m:me=\E[0m:mh=\E[2m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^J:\
	:r1=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[0m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E[0m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
att5620-24|tty5620-24|dmd-24|teletype dmd 5620 in a 24x80 layer:\
	:li#24:tc=att5620:
att5620-34|tty5620-34|dmd-34|teletype dmd 5620 in a 34x80 layer:\
	:li#34:tc=att5620:
# 5620 layer running the "S" system's downloaded graphics handler:
att5620-s|tty5620-s|layer|vitty|5620 S layer:\
	:am:bs:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#72:\
	:al=\EI:bl=^G:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=\ED:\
	:do=^J:kC=\E[2J:kH=\E[70;1H:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^K:vb=\E^G:

# Entries for <kf15> thru <kf28> refer to the shifted system pf keys.
#
# Entries for <kf29> thru <kf46> refer to the alternate keypad mode
# keys:  = * / + 7 8 9 - 4 5 6 , 1 2 3 0 . ENTER
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att605|AT&T 605 80 column 102key keyboard:\
	:am:eo:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#80:\
	:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E8:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?\E[13;20l\E[?\E[12h:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E[m\017:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:\
	:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:k9=\ENo:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kN=\E[U:\
	:kP=\E[V:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ts=\E7\E[25;%i%dx:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
att605-pc|ATT 605 in pc term mode:\
	:@7=\E[F:AL=\E[L:S4=250\E[?11l\E[50;1|:S5=400\E[50;0|:\
	:XF=g:XN=e:\
	:ac=k\277l\332m\300j\331n\305w\302q\304u\264t\303v\301x\263:\
	:al=\E[L:bt=\E[Z:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:k1=\E[M:k2=\E[N:k3=\E[O:k4=\E[P:k5=\E[Q:k6=\E[R:k7=\E[S:\
	:k8=\E[T:k9=\E[U:k;=\E[V:kB=\E[Z:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kL=\E[M:\
	:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=\E[D:nd=\E[C:up=\E[A:\
	:tc=att605:
att605-w|AT&T 605-w 132 column 102 key keyboard:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?3;7h\E[12h\E(B:tc=att605:
# (att610: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string.  I also
# added :SF: and :SR: because the BSD file says the att615s have them,
# and the 615 is like a 610 with a big keyboard, and most of their other
# smart terminals support the same sequence -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att610|AT&T 610; 80 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:\
	:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E8:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?3;4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?7h\E[12h\E(B:\
	:i2=\E(B:im=\E[4h:is=\E[m\017:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:\
	:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:k9=\ENo:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\E7\E[25;%i%dx:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h\E[?12l:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:vs=\E[?12;25h:
att610-w|AT&T 610; 132 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?3;7h\E[12h:tc=att610:

att610-103k|AT&T 610; 80 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:!1=\EOO:!2=\EOP:!3=\EOS:#1=\EOM:%0=\EOt:%1=\EOm:%2=\ENi:\
	:%3=\EOl:%4=\ENc:%5=\ENh:%6=\EOv:%7=\EOr:%8=\ENg:%9=\EOz:\
	:%a=\EOL:%b=\ENC:%c=\ENH:%d=\EOR:%e=\ENG:%f=\EOZ:%g=\EOT:\
	:%h=\EOY:%j=\EOQ:&0=\EOW:&1=\EOb:&2=\ENa:&3=\EOy:&4=\EOB:\
	:&5=\EOq:&6=\EOo:&7=\EOp:&8=\EOs:&9=\ENB:*0=\EOX:*1=\EOU:\
	:*2=\END:*3=\EON:*4=\ENF:*5=\ENE:*6=\ENI:*7=\ENN:*8=\EOA:\
	:*9=\EOK:@0=\EOx:@1=\E9:@2=\EOw:@3=\EOV:@4=\EOu:@5=\ENd:\
	:@6=\EOn:@7=\E0:@8=^M:@9=\EOk:F1@:F2@:F3@:F4@:k9@:k;@:kD=\ENf:\
	:kE=\EOa:kI=\ENj:kL=\ENe:kM=\ENj:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:\
	:tc=att610:
att610-103k-w|AT&T 610; 132 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?3;7h\E[12h:tc=att610-103k:
att615|AT&T 615; 80 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:#4=\E[ A:%i=\E[ @:F5=\EOC:F6=\EOD:F7=\EOE:F8=\EOF:F9=\EOG:\
	:FA=\EOH:FB=\EOI:FC=\EOJ:FD=\ENO:FE=\ENP:FF=\ENQ:FG=\ENR:\
	:FH=\ENS:FI=\ENT:FJ=\EOP:FK=\EOQ:FL=\EOR:FM=\EOS:FN=\EOw:\
	:FO=\EOx:FP=\EOy:FQ=\EOm:FR=\EOt:FS=\EOu:FT=\EOv:FU=\EOl:\
	:FV=\EOq:FW=\EOr:FX=\EOs:FY=\EOp:FZ=\EOn:Fa=\EOM:\
	:tc=att610:
att615-w|AT&T 615; 132 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:#4=\E[ A:%i=\E[ @:F5=\EOC:F6=\EOD:F7=\EOE:F8=\EOF:F9=\EOG:\
	:FA=\EOH:FB=\EOI:FC=\EOJ:FD=\ENO:FE=\ENP:FF=\ENQ:FG=\ENR:\
	:FH=\ENS:FI=\ENT:FJ=\EOP:FK=\EOQ:FL=\EOR:FM=\EOS:FN=\EOw:\
	:FO=\EOx:FP=\EOy:FQ=\EOm:FR=\EOt:FS=\EOu:FT=\EOv:FU=\EOl:\
	:FV=\EOq:FW=\EOr:FX=\EOs:FY=\EOp:FZ=\EOn:Fa=\EOM:\
	:tc=att610-w:
att615-103k|AT&T 615; 80 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:#4=\E[ A:%i=\E[ @:\
	:tc=att610-103k:
att615-103k-w|AT&T 615; 132 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:#4=\E[ A:%i=\E[ @:\
	:tc=att610-103k-w:
# (att620: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string and
# :SR:/:SF: from a BSD termcap -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att620|AT&T 620; 80 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E8:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?3;4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?7h\E[12h:\
	:i2=\E(B:im=\E[4h:is=\E[m\017:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:\
	:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:k9=\ENo:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\E(B\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ts=\E7\E[25;%i%dx:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h\E[?12l:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:vs=\E[?12;25h:
att620-w|AT&T 620; 132 column; 98key keyboard:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?3;7h\E[12h:tc=att620:
att620-103k|AT&T 620; 80 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:!1=\EOO:!2=\EOP:!3=\EOS:#1=\EOM:%0=\EOt:%1=\EOm:%2=\ENi:\
	:%3=\EOl:%4=\ENc:%5=\ENh:%6=\EOv:%7=\EOr:%8=\ENg:%9=\EOz:\
	:%a=\EOL:%b=\ENC:%c=\ENH:%d=\EOR:%e=\ENG:%f=\EOZ:%g=\EOT:\
	:%h=\EOY:%j=\EOQ:&0=\EOW:&1=\EOb:&2=\ENa:&3=\EOy:&4=\EOB:\
	:&5=\EOq:&6=\EOo:&7=\EOp:&8=\EOs:&9=\ENB:*0=\EOX:*1=\EOU:\
	:*2=\END:*3=\EON:*4=\ENF:*5=\ENE:*6=\ENI:*7=\ENN:*8=\EOA:\
	:*9=\EOK:@0=\EOx:@1=\E9:@2=\EOw:@3=\EOV:@4=\EOu:@5=\ENd:\
	:@6=\EOn:@7=\E0:@8=^M:@9=\EOk:F1@:F2@:F3@:F4@:F5@:F6@:F7@:F8@:\
	:F9@:FA@:FB@:FC@:FD@:FE@:FF@:FG@:FH@:FI@:FJ@:FK@:FL@:FM@:FN@:FO@:FP@:\
	:FQ@:FR@:FS@:FT@:FU@:FV@:FW@:FX@:FY@:FZ@:Fa@:k9@:k;@:kD=\ENf:\
	:kE=\EOa:kI=\ENj:kL=\ENe:kM=\ENj:kN=\E[U:kP=\E[V:\
	:tc=att620:

att620-103k-w|AT&T 620; 132 column; 103key keyboard:\
	:co#132:ws#132:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?3;7h\E[12h:tc=att620-103k:

# AT&T (formerly Teletype) 630 Multi-Tasking Graphics terminal
# The following SETUP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	Local_Echo=Off	Gen_Flow=On	Return=CR	Received_Newline=LF
#	Font_Size=Large		Non-Layers_Window_Cols=80
#				Non-Layers_Window_Rows=60
# Other SETUP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.  Some capabilities assume a printer attached to the Aux EIA
# port.  This termcap description is for the Fixed Non-Layers Window.  No
# delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# (att630: added :ic:, :mb: and :mh: from a BSD termcap file -- esr)
att630|AT&T 630 windowing terminal:\
	:NP:am:bs:da:db:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#60:lm#0:\
	:@8=^M:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\ENq:\
	:F2=\ENr:F3=\ENs:F4=\ENt:F5=\ENu:F6=\ENv:F7=\ENw:F8=\ENx:\
	:F9=\ENy:FA=\ENz:FB=\EN{:FC=\EN|:FD=\EN}:FE=\EN~:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:is=\E[m:k9=\ENo:k;=\ENp:\
	:kA=\E[L:kB=\E[Z:kC=\E[2J:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kL=\E[M:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:pf=\E[?4i:\
	:po=\E[?5i:r2=\Ec:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
att630-24|5630-24|5630DMD-24|630MTG-24|AT&T 630 windowing terminal 24 lines:\
	:li#24:tc=att630:

# This entry was modified 3/13/90 by JWE.
# fixes include additions of <enacs>, correcting :rp:, and modification
# of <kHOM>.  (See comments below)
# att730 has status line of 80 chars
# These were commented out: :SF=\E[%p1%dS:, :SR=\E[%p1%dT:,
# the <kf25> and up keys are used for shifted system Fkeys
# NOTE: JWE 3/13/90 The 98 key keyboard translation for shift/HOME is 
# currently the same as :kh: (unshifted HOME or \E[H).  On the 102, 102+1
# and 122 key keyboards, the 730's translation is \E[2J.  For consistency
# <kHOM> has been commented out.  The user can uncomment <kHOM> if using the
# 102, 102+1, or 122 key keyboards
#       kHOM=\E[2J,
# (att730: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
att730|AT&T 730 windowing terminal:\
	:am:da:db:es:hs:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#60:lm#0:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E8:\
	:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?3;4;5;13;15l\E[13;20l\E[?7h\E[12h\E(B\E)B:\
	:i2=\E(B:im=\E[4h:is=\E[m\017:k1=\EOc:k2=\EOd:k3=\EOe:\
	:k4=\EOf:k5=\EOg:k6=\EOh:k7=\EOi:k8=\EOj:k9=\ENo:kI=\E[@:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:\
	:ta=^I:ts=\E7\E[;%i%dx:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h\E[?12l:vi=\E[?25l:\
	:vs=\E[?12;25h:
att730-41|730MTG-41|AT&T 730-41 windowing terminal Version:\
	:li#41:tc=att730:
att730-24|730MTG-24|AT&T 730-24 windowing terminal Version:\
	:li#24:tc=att730:
att730r|730MTGr|AT&T 730 rev video windowing terminal Version:\
	:i1=\E[8;0|\E[?3;4;13;15l\E[?5h\E[13;20l\E[?7h\E[12h\E(B\E)B:\
	:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:\
	:tc=att730:
att730r-41|730MTG-41r|AT&T 730r-41 rev video windowing terminal Version:\
	:li#41:tc=att730r:
att730r-24|730MTGr-24|AT&T 730r-24 rev video windowing terminal Version:\
	:li#24:tc=att730r:

# The following represents the screen layout along with the associated
# bezel buttons for the 5430/pt505 terminal. The "kf" designations do
# not appear on the screen but are shown to reference the bezel buttons.
# The "CMD", "MAIL", and "REDRAW" buttons are shown in their approximate
# position relative to the screen.
#
#
#
#      +----------------------------------------------------------------+
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf0                                                       kf24 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf1                                                       kf23 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf2                                                       kf22 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf3                                                       kf21 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf4                                                       kf20 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf5                                                       kf19 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX | kf6                                                       kf18 | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
# XXXX |                                                                | XXXX
#      |                                                                |
#      |                                                                |
#      +----------------------------------------------------------------+
#
#          XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX  XXXX
#
# Note: XXXX represents the screen buttons
#                                                          CMD   REDRAW
#
#                                                          MAIL
#
# version 1 note: 
#	The character string sent by key 'kf26' may be user programmable
#       to send either \E[16s, or \E[26s.
#       The character string sent by key 'krfr' may be user programmable
#       to send either \E[17s, or \E[27s.
#
# Depression of the "CMD" key sends    \E!    (kcmd)
# Depression of the "MAIL" key sends   \E[26s (kf26)
# "REDRAW" same as "REFRESH" (krfr)
#
# "kf" functions adds carriage return to output string if terminal is in
# 'new line' mode.
#
# The following are functions not covered in the table above:
#
#       Set keyboard character (SKC): \EPn1;Pn2w
#                       Pn1= 0 Back Space key
#                       Pn1= 1 Break key
#                       Pn2=   Program char (hex)
#
#       Screen Definition (SDF): \E[Pn1;Pn2;Pn3;Pn4;Pn5t
#                       Pn1=     Window number (1-39)
#                       Pn2-Pn5= Y;X;Y;X coordinates
#
#       Screen Selection (SSL): \E[Pnu
#                       Pn= Window number
#
#       Set Terminal Modes (SM): \E[Pnh
#                       Pn= 3 Graphics mode
#                       Pn= > Cursor blink
#                       Pn= < Enter new line mode
#                       Pn= = Enter reverse insert/replace mode
#                       Pn= ? Enter no scroll mode
#
#       Reset Terminal Mode (RM): \E[Pnl
#                       Pn= 3 Exit graphics mode
#                       Pn= > Exit cursor blink
#                       Pn= < Exit new line mode
#                       Pn= = Exit reverse insert/replace mode
#                       Pn= ? Exit no scroll mode
#
#       Screen Status Report (SSR): \E[Pnp
#                       Pn= 0 Request current window number
#                       Pn= 1 Request current window dimensions
#
#       Device Status Report (DSR): \E[6n    Request cursor position
#
#       Call Status Report (CSR): \E[Pnv
#                       Pn= 0 Call failed
#                       Pn= 1 Call successful
#
#       Transparent Button String (TBS): \E[Pn1;Pn2;Pn3;{string
#                       Pn1= Button number to be loaded
#                       Pn2= Character count of "string"
#                       Pn3= Key mode being loaded:
#                               0= Unshifted
#                               1= Shifted
#                               2= Control
#                       String= Text string (15 chars max)
#
#       Screen Number Report (SNR): \E[Pnp
#                       Pn= Screen number
#
#       Screen Dimension Report (SDR): \E[Pn1;Pn2r
#                       Pn1= Number of rows available in window
#                       Pn2= Number of columns available in window
#
#       Cursor Position Report (CPR): \E[Pn1;Pn2R
#                       Pn1= "Y" Position of cursor
#                       Pn2= "X" Position of cursor
#
#       Request Answer Back (RAB): \E[c
#
#       Answer Back Response (ABR): \E[?;*;30;VSV
#                       *=  0 No printer available
#                       *=  2 Printer available
#                       V=  Software version number
#                       SV= Software sub version number
#	(printer-available field not documented in v1)
#
#       Screen Alignment Aid: \En
#
#       Bell (lower pitch): \E[x
#
#       Dial Phone Number: \EPdstring\
#                       string= Phone number to be dialed
#
#       Set Phone Labels: \EPpstring\
#                       string= Label for phone buttons
#
#       Set Clock: \EPchour;minute;second\
#
#       Position Clock: \EPsY;X\
#                       Y= "Y" coordinate
#                       X= "X" coordinate
#
#       Delete Clock: \Epr\
#
#       Programming The Function Buttons: \EPfPn;string\
#                       Pn= Button number (00-06, 18-24)
#                                         (kf00-kf06, kf18-kf24)
#                       string= Text to sent on button depression
#
# The following in version 2 only:
#
#       Request For Local Directory Data: \EPp12;\
#
#       Local Directory Data to host: \EPp11;LOCAL...DIRECTORY...DATA\
#
#	Request for Local Directory Data in print format: \EPp13;\
#
#	Enable 'Prt on Line' mode: \022 (DC2)
#
#	Disable 'Prt on Line' mode: \024 (DC4)
#

# 05-Aug-86:
# The following Terminfo entry describes functions which are supported by
# the AT&T 5430/pt505 terminal software version 2 and later.
att505|pt505|att5430|gs5430|AT&T Personal Terminal 505 or 5430 GETSET terminal:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:&2=\E[27s:@4=\E\041:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:F8=\E[18s:F9=\E[19s:FA=\E[20s:FB=\E[21s:\
	:FC=\E[22s:FD=\E[23s:FE=\E24s:FG=\E26s:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RA=\E[11;1j:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[11;0j:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:cb=\E2K:cd=\E[0J:\
	:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\EPr\E[0u\E[2J\E[0;0H\E[m\E[3l\E[<l\E[4l\E[>l\E[=l\E[?l:\
	:im=\E[4h:k0=\E[00s:k1=\E[01s:k2=\E[02s:k3=\E[03s:\
	:k4=\E[04s:k5=\E[05s:k6=\E[06s:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:r1=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[1m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E[>l:vs=\E[>h:

# The following Terminfo entry describes functions which are supported by
# the AT&T 5430/pt505 terminal software version 1.
att505-24|pt505-24|gs5430-24|AT&T PT505 or 5430 GETSET version 1 24 lines:\
	:li#24:\
	:RA@:SA@:pf@:po@:rc@:sc@:tc=att505:
tt505-22|pt505-22|gs5430-22|AT&T PT505 or 5430 GETSET version 1 22 lines:\
	:li#22:tc=att505:
#
# -------------------- TERMINFO FILE CAN BE SPLIT HERE -----------------------
# This cut mark helps make life less painful for people running ncurses tic
# on machines with relatively little RAM.  The file can be broken in half here
# cleanly and compiled in sections -- no `use' references cross this cut
# going forward.
#

#### Ampex (Dialogue)
#
# Yes, these are the same people who are better-known for making audio- and
# videotape.  I'm told they are located in Redwood City, CA.
#

# From: <cbosg!ucbvax!SRC:george> Fri Sep 11 22:38:32 1981
# (ampex80: some capabilities merged in from SCO's entry -- esr)
ampex80|a80|d80|dialogue|dialogue80|ampex dialogue 80:\
	:am:bs:bw:ul:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E3:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ic=\EQ:im=:is=\EA:le=^H:\
	:nd=^L:se=\Ek:sf=^J:so=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:
# This entry was from somebody anonymous, Tue Aug  9 20:11:37 1983, who wrote:
ampex175|ampex d175:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=:is=\EX\EA\EF:\
	:kA=\EE:kD=\EW:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:\
	:le=^H:ll=^^^K:nd=^L:se=\Ek:sf=^J:so=\Ej:te=\EF:ti=\EN:\
	:ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:
# No backspace key in the main QWERTY cluster. Fortunately, it has a
# NEWLINE/PAGE key just above RETURN that sends a strange single-character
# code.  Given a suitable Unix (one that lets you set an echo-erase-as-BS-SP-BS
# mode), this key can be used as the erase key; I find I like this. Because
# some people and some systems may not, there is another termcap ("ampex175")
# that suppresses this little eccentricity by omitting the relevant capability.
ampex175-b|ampex d175 using left arrow for erase:\
	:kb=^_:\
	:tc=ampex175:
# From: Richard Bascove <atd!dsd!rcb@ucbvax.berkeley.edu>
# (ampex210: removed obsolete ":kn#10:" -- esr)
ampex210|a210|ampex a210:\
	:am:bs:hs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\ER:ei=:fs=\E.2:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:if=/usr/share/tabset/std:\
	:im=:is=\EC\Eu\E'\E(\El\EA\E%\E{\E.2\EG0\Ed\En:\
	:k0=^A0\r:k1=^A1\r:k2=^A2\r:k3=^A3\r:k4=^A4\r:k5=^A5\r:\
	:k6=^A6\r:k7=^A7\r:k8=^A8\r:k9=^A9\r:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:\
	:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:ta=^I:ts=\E.0\Eg\E}\Ef:up=^K:\
	:vb=\EU\EX\EU\EX\EU\EX\EU\EX:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# (ampex219: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string, added :vs:
# from ampex219w, added :ve:=\E[?3l, irresistibly suggested by :vs:,
# and moved the padding to be *after* the caps -- esr)
ampex219|ampex-219|amp219|Ampex with Automargins:\
	:hs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=%i\E[%2;%2r:\
	:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:\
	:is=\E>\E[?1l\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k0=\E[21~:\
	:k1=\E[7~:k2=\E[8~:k3=\E[9~:k4=\E[10~:k5=\E[11~:k6=\E[17~:\
	:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mh=\E[1m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?3l:vs=\E[?3h:
ampex219w|ampex-219w|amp219w|Ampex 132 cols:\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:is=\E>\E[?3h\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:sf=^J:\
	:tc=ampex219:
# (ampex232: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/ampex:, no file and no :st: --esr) 
ampex232|ampex-232|Ampex Model 232:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=5*\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:\
	:dl=5*\ER:do=^V:ei=:ic=\EQ:im=:is=\Eg\El:k0=^A@\r:k1=^AA\r:\
	:k2=^AB\r:k3=^AC\r:k4=^AD\r:k5=^AE\r:k6=^AF\r:k7=^AG\r:\
	:k8=^AH\r:k9=^AI\r:kb=^H:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:mk@:nd=^L:ta=^I:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.4:vi=\E.0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# (ampex: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/amp-132:, no file and no :st: -- esr) 
ampex232w|Ampex Model 232 / 132 columns:\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:is=\E\034Eg\El:tc=ampex232:

#### Ann Arbor (aa)
#
# Ann Arbor made dream terminals for hackers -- large screen sizes and huge
# numbers of function keys.  At least some used monitors in portrait mode,
# allowing up to 76-character screen heights!  They were reachable at:
#
#	Ann Arbor Terminals
#	6175 Jackson Road
#	Ann Arbor, MI 48103
#	(313)-663-8000
#
# But in 1996 the phone number reaches some kitschy retail shop, and Ann Arbor
# can't be found on the Web; I fear they're long dead.  R.I.P.
#


# Originally from Mike O'Brien@Rand and Howard Katseff at Bell Labs.
# Highly modified 6/22 by Mike O'Brien.
# split out into several for the various screen sizes by dave-yost@rand
# Modifications made 3/82 by Mark Horton
# Modified by Tom Quarles at UCB for greater efficiency and more diversity
# status line moved to top of screen, :vb: removed 5/82
# Some unknown person at SCO then hacked the init strings to make them more
# efficient.
#
# assumes the following setup:
#   A menu: 0000 1010  0001 0000
#   B menu: 9600  0100 1000  0000 0000  1000 0000  17  19
#   C menu: 56   66   0    0    9600  0110 1100
#   D menu: 0110 1001   1   0
#
#	Briefly, the settings are for the following modes:
#	   (values are for bit set/clear with * indicating our preference
#	    and the value used to test these termcaps)
#	Note that many of these settings are irrelevent to the terminfo
#	and are just set to the default mode of the terminal as shipped
#	by the factory.
#
# A menu: 0000 1010  0001 0000
#	Block/underline cursor*
#	blinking/nonblinking cursor*
#	key click/no key click*
#	bell/no bell at column 72*
#
#	key pad is cursor control*/key pad is numeric
#	return and line feed/return for :cr: key *
#	repeat after .5 sec*/no repeat
#	repeat at 25/15 chars per sec. *
#
#	hold data until pause pressed/process data unless pause pressed*
#	slow scroll/no slow scroll*
#	Hold in area/don't hold in area*
#	functions keys have default*/function keys disabled on powerup
#
#	show/don't show position of cursor during page transmit*
#	unused
#	unused
#	unused
#
# B menu: 9600  0100 1000  0000 0000  1000 0000  17  19
#	Baud rate (9600*)
#
#	2 bits of parity - 00=odd,01=even*,10=space,11=mark
#	1 stop bit*/2 stop bits
#	parity error detection off*/on
#
#	keyboard local/on line*
#	half/full duplex*
#	disable/do not disable keyboard after data transmission*
#
#	transmit entire page/stop transmission at cursor*
#	transfer/do not transfer protected characters*
#	transmit all characters/transmit only selected characters*
#	transmit all selected areas/transmit only 1 selected area*
#
#	transmit/do not transmit line separators to host*
#	transmit/do not transmit page tab stops tabs to host*
#	transmit/do not transmit column tab stop tabs to host*
#	transmit/do not transmit graphics control (underline,inverse..)*
#
#	enable*/disable auto XON/XOFF control
#	require/do not require receipt of a DC1 from host after each LF*
#	pause key acts as a meta key/pause key is pause*
#	unused
#
#	unused
#	unused
#	unused
#	unused
#
#	XON character (17*)
#	XOFF character (19*)
#
# C menu: 56   66   0    0    9600  0110 1100
#	number of lines to print data on (printer) (56*)
#
#	number of lines on a sheet of paper (printer) (66*)
#
#	left margin (printer) (0*)
#
#	number of pad chars on new line to printer (0*)
#
#	printer baud rate (9600*)
#
#	printer parity: 00=odd,01=even*,10=space,11=mark
#	printer stop bits: 2*/1
#	print/do not print guarded areas*
#
#	new line is: 01=LF,10=CR,11=CRLF*
#	unused
#	unused
#
# D menu: 0110 1001   1   0
#	LF is newline/LF is down one line, same column*
#	wrap to preceding line if move left from col 1*/don't wrap
#	wrap to next line if move right from col 80*/don't wrap
#	backspace is/is not destructive*
#
#	display*/ignore DEL character
#	display will not/will scroll*
#	page/column tab stops*
#	erase everything*/erase unprotected only
#
#	editing extent: 0=display,1=line*,2=field,3=area
#
#	unused
#

annarbor4080|aa4080|ann arbor 4080:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#40:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\014:\
	:cr=^M:ct=^^P^P:do=^J:ho=^K:kb=^^:kd=^J:kh=^K:kl=^H:kr=^_:\
	:ku=^N:le=^H:nd=^_:sf=^J:st=^]^P1:ta=^I:up=^N:

# Strange Ann Arbor terminal from BRL
aas1901|Ann Arbor K4080 w/S1901 mod:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#40:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^K:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:\
	:ll=^O\200c:nd=^_:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^N:

# If you're using the GNU termcap library, add
#	:cS=\E[%p1%d;%p2%d;%p3%d;%p4%dp:
# to these capabilities.  This is the nonstandard GNU termcap scrolling
# capability, arguments are:
#   1. Total number of lines on the screen.
#   2. Number of lines above desired scroll region.
#   3. Number of lines below (outside of) desired scroll region.
#   4. Total number of lines on the screen, the same as the first parameter.
# The generic Ann Arbor entry is the only one that uses this.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
aaa+unk|aaa-unk|ann arbor ambassador (internal - don't use this directly):\
	:am:bs:km:mi:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E[2g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^K:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E[m\E7\E[H\E9\E8:i2=\E[1Q\E[>20;30l\EP`+x~M\E\:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k1=\EOA:k2=\EOB:k3=\EOC:k4=\EOD:k5=\EOE:\
	:k6=\EOF:k7=\EOG:k8=\EOH:k9=\EOI:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:\
	:ke=\EP`>y~[[J`8xy~[[A`4xy~[[D`6xy~[[C`2xy~[[B\E\:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\EP`>z~[[J`8xz~[[A`4xz~[[D`6xz~[[C`2xz~[[B\E\:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mm=\E[>52h:\
	:mo=\E[>52l:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^K:\
	:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

aaa+rv|ann arbor ambassador in reverse video:\
	:i1=\E[7m\E7\E[H\E9\E8:mb=\E[5;7m:md=\E[1;7m:\
	:me=\E[7m\016:mk=\E[7;8m:mr=\E[m:r1=\E[H\E[7m\E[J:\
	:se=\E[7m:so=\E[m:ue=\E[7m:us=\E[4;7m:
# Ambassador with the DEC option, for partial vt100 compatibility.
aaa+dec|ann arbor ambassador in dec vt100 mode:\
	:ac=aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}:\
	:ae=^N:as=^O:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:eA=\E(0:
aaa-18|ann arbor ambassador/18 lines:\
	:li#18:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;18p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;18p\E[60;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[18;0;0;18p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-18-rv|ann arbor ambassador/18 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-18:
aaa-20|ann arbor ambassador/20 lines:\
	:li#20:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;20p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;20p\E[60;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[20;0;0;20p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-22|ann arbor ambassador/22 lines:\
	:li#22:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;22p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;22p\E[60;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[22;0;0;22p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-24|ann arbor ambassador/24 lines:\
	:li#24:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;24p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;24p\E[60;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[24;0;0;24p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-24-rv|ann arbor ambassador/24 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-24:
aaa-26|ann arbor ambassador/26 lines:\
	:li#26:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;26p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;26p\E[26;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[26;0;0;26p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-28|ann arbor ambassador/28 lines:\
	:li#28:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;28p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;28p\E[28;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[28;0;0;28p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-30-s|aaa-s|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines w/status:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#29:\
	:ds=\E7\E[60;0;0;30p\E[1;1H\E[K\E[H\E8\r\n\E[K:\
	:fs=\E[>51l:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[60;1;0;30p\E8:\
	:te=\E[60;1;0;30p\E[29;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[30;1;0;30p\E[30;1H\E[K:\
	:ts=\E[>51h\E[1;%dH\E[2K:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-30-s-rv|aaa-s-rv|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines+status+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-30-s:
aaa-s-ctxt|aaa-30-s-ctxt|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines+status+save context:\
	:te=\E[60;1;0;30p\E[59;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[30;1H\E[K\E[30;1;0;30p:tc=aaa-30-s:
aaa-s-rv-ctxt|aaa-30-s-rv-ct|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines+status+save context:\
	:te=\E[60;1;0;30p\E[59;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[30;1H\E[K\E[30;1;0;30p:tc=aaa-30-s-rv:
aaa|aaa-30|ambas|ambassador|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines:\
	:li#30:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;30p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;30p\E[30;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[30;0;0;30p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-30-rv|aaa-rv|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines in reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-30:
aaa-30-ctxt|aaa-ctxt|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines; saving context:\
	:te=\E[60;0;0;30p\E[60;1H\E[K:ti=\E[30;0;0;30p:\
	:tc=aaa-30:
aaa-30-rv-ctxt|aaa-rv-ctxt|ann arbor ambassador/30 lines reverse video; saving context:\
	:te=\E[60;0;0;30p\E[60;1H\E[K:ti=\E[30;0;0;30p:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-30:
aaa-36|ann arbor ambassador/36 lines:\
	:li#36:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;36p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;36p\E[36;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[36;0;0;36p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-36-rv|ann arbor ambassador/36 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-36:
aaa-40|ann arbor ambassador/40 lines:\
	:li#40:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;40p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;40p\E[40;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[40;0;0;40p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-40-rv|ann arbor ambassador/40 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-40:
aaa-48|ann arbor ambassador/48 lines:\
	:li#48:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;48p\E8:te=\E[60;0;0;48p\E[48;1H\E[K:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[48;0;0;48p:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-48-rv|ann arbor ambassador/48 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-48:
aaa-60-s|ann arbor ambassador/59 lines+status:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#59:\
	:ds=\E7\E[60;0;0;60p\E[1;1H\E[K\E[H\E8\r\n\E[K:\
	:fs=\E[>51l:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[60;1;0;60p\E8:\
	:ts=\E[>51h\E[1;%dH\E[2K:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-60-s-rv|ann arbor ambassador/59 lines+status+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-60-s:
aaa-60-dec-rv|ann arbor ambassador/dec mode+59 lines+status+rev video:\
	:tc=aaa+dec:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-60-s:
aaa-60|ann arbor ambassador/60 lines:\
	:li#60:\
	:is=\E7\E[60;0;0;60p\E[1Q\E[m\E[>20;30l\E8:tc=aaa+unk:
aaa-60-rv|ann arbor ambassador/60 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=aaa+rv:tc=aaa-60:
aaa-db|ann arbor ambassador 30/destructive backspace:\
	:bs@:\
	:i2=\E[1Q\E[m\E[>20l\E[>30h:le=\E[D:tc=aaa-30:

guru|guru-33|guru+unk|ann arbor guru/33 lines 80 cols:\
	:li#33:\
	:i2=\E[>59l:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;33;80;80p\E8\E[J:\
	:te=\E[255p\E[255;1H\E[K:ti=\E[33p:vb=\E[>59h\E[>59l:\
	:tc=aaa+unk:
guru+rv|guru changes for reverse video:\
	:i2=\E[>59h:vb=\E[>59l\E[>59h:
guru-rv|guru-33-rv|ann arbor guru/33 lines+reverse video:\
	:tc=guru+rv:tc=guru-33:
guru+s|guru status line:\
	:es:hs:\
	:ds=\E7\E[;0p\E[1;1H\E[K\E[H\E8\r\n\E[K:fs=\E[>51l:\
	:te=\E[255;1p\E[255;1H\E[K:ti=:\
	:ts=\E[>51h\E[1;%dH\E[2K:
guru-nctxt|guru with no saved context:\
	:ti=\E[H\E[J\E[33p\E[255;1H\E[K:tc=guru:
guru-s|guru-33-s|ann arbor guru/33 lines+status:\
	:li#32:\
	:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[255;1;0;33;80;80p\E8\E[J:\
	:ti=\E[33;1p\E[255;1H\E[K:tc=guru+s:\
	:tc=guru+unk:
guru-24|ann arbor guru 24 lines:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;24;80;80p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[24p:tc=guru+unk:
guru-44|ann arbor guru 44 lines:\
	:co#97:li#44:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;44;97;100p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[44p:tc=guru+unk:
guru-44-s|ann arbor guru/44 lines+status:\
	:li#43:\
	:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[255;1;0;44;80;80p\E8\E[J:\
	:ti=\E[44;1p\E[255;1H\E[K:tc=guru+s:\
	:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76|guru with 76 lines by 89 cols:\
	:co#89:li#76:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;76;89;100p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[76p:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76-s|ann arbor guru/76 lines+status:\
	:co#89:li#75:\
	:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[255;1;0;76;89;100p\E8\E[J:\
	:ti=\E[76;1p\E[255;1H\E[K:tc=guru+s:\
	:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76-lp|guru-lp|guru with page bigger than line printer:\
	:co#134:li#76:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;76;134;134p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[76p:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76-w|guru 76 lines by 178 cols:\
	:co#178:li#76:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;76;178;178p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[76p:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76-w-s|ann arbor guru/76 lines+status+wide:\
	:co#178:li#75:\
	:is=\r\n\E[A\E7\E[255;1;0;76;178;178p\E8\E[J:\
	:ti=\E[76;1p\E[255;1H\E[K:\
	:tc=guru+s:tc=guru+unk:
guru-76-wm|guru 76 lines by 178 cols with 255 cols memory:\
	:co#178:li#76:\
	:is=\E7\E[255;0;0;76;178;255p\E8\E[J:ti=\E[76p:tc=guru+unk:
aaa-rv-unk|ann arbor unknown type:\
	:Nl#0:lh#0:lw#0:\
	:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[7m\E7\E[H\E9\E8:mb=\E[5;7m:md=\E[1;7m:\
	:me=\E[7m:mk=\E[7;8m:mr=\E[m:r1=\E[H\E[7m\E[J:\
	:se=\E[7m:so=\E[m:ue=\E[7m:us=\E[4;7m:

#### Applied Digital Data Systems (adds)
#
# ADDS itself is long gone.  ADDS was bought by NCR, and the same group made
# ADDS and NCR terminals.  When AT&T and NCR merged, the engineering for
# terminals was merged again.  Then AT&T sold the terminal business to
# SunRiver, which later changed its  name to Boundless Technologies.  The
# engineers from Teletype, AT&T terminals, ADDS, and NCR (who are still there
# as of early 1995) are at:
#
#	Boundless Technologies
#	100 Marcus Boulevard
#	Hauppauge, NY 11788-3762
#	Vox: (800)-231-5445
#	Fax: (516)-342-7378
#
# Their voice mail used to describe the place as "SunRiver (formerly ADDS)". 
# In 1995 Boundless acquired DEC's terminals business.  
#

# Regent: lowest common denominator, works on all regents.
# (regent: renamed ":bc:" to ":le:" -- esr)
regent|Adds Regent Series:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\EY  :le=^U:ll=^A:nd=^F:sf=^J:\
	:up=^Z:
# Regent 100 has a bug where if computer sends escape when user is holding
# down shift key it gets confused, so we avoid escape.
regent100|Adds Regent 100:\
	:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:bl=^G:cm=\013%+ %B\020%.:k0=^B1\r:k1=^B2\r:k2=^B3\r:\
	:k3=^B4\r:k4=^B5\r:k5=^B6\r:k6=^B7\r:k7=^B8\r:l0=F1:l1=F2:\
	:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:l5=F6:l6=F7:l7=F8:me=\E0@:se=\E0@:so=\E0P:\
	:ue=\E0@:us=\E0`:\
	:tc=regent:
regent20|Adds Regent 20:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cm=\EY%+ %+ :tc=regent:
regent25|Adds Regent 25:\
	:bl=^G:kd=^J:kh=^A:kl=^U:kr=^F:ku=^Z:tc=regent20:
regent40|Adds Regent 40:\
	:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EM:bl=^G:dl=\El:k0=^B1\r:k1=^B2\r:k2=^B3\r:k3=^B4\r:\
	:k4=^B5\r:k5=^B6\r:k6=^B7\r:k7=^B8\r:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:\
	:l3=F4:l4=F5:l5=F6:l6=F7:l7=F8:me=\E0@:se=\E0@:so=\E0P:\
	:ue=\E0@:us=\E0`:\
	:tc=regent25:
regent40+|Adds Regent 40+:\
	:is=\EB:tc=regent40:
regent60|regent200|Adds Regent 60:\
	:dc=\EE:ei=\EF:im=\EF:is=\EV\EB:kD=\EE:kI=\EF:kM=\EF:\
	:se=\ER\E0@\EV:so=\ER\E0P\EV:\
	:tc=regent40+:
# From: <edward@onyx.berkeley.edu> Thu Jul  9 09:27:33 1981
# (viewpoint: added :kr:, function key, and :dl: capabilities -- esr)
viewpoint|addsviewpoint|adds viewpoint:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=\El:do=^J:\
	:is=\017\E0`:k0=^B1:k2=^B2:k3=^B\041:k4=^B":k5=^B#:kd=^J:\
	:kh=^A:kl=^U:kr=^F:ku=^Z:le=^H:ll=^A:me=^O:nd=^F:se=^O:sf=^J:\
	:so=^N:ue=^O:up=^Z:us=^N:ve=\017\E0`:vs=\017\E0P:
# Some viewpoints have bad ROMs that foo up on ^O
screwpoint|adds viewpoint with ^O bug:\
	:se@:so@:ue@:us@:vs@:tc=viewpoint:

# From: Jay S. Rouman <jsr@dexter.mi.org> 5 Jul 92
# The :vi:/:ve:/:sa:/:me: strings were added by ESR from specs.  
# Theory; the vp3a+ wants \E0%c to set highlights, where normal=01000000,
# underline=01100000, rev=01010000, blink=01000010,dim=01000001,
# invis=01000100 and %c is the logical or of desired attributes.
# There is also a `tag bit' enabling attributes, set by \E) and unset by \E(.
vp3a+|viewpoint3a+|adds viewpoint 3a+:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:kb=^H:\
	:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:me=\E(:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:\
	:se=\E(:sf=^J:so=\E0Q\E):ta=^I:up=^K:ve=^X:vi=^W:
vp60|viewpoint60|addsvp60|adds viewpoint60:\
	:tc=regent40:
#
# adds viewpoint 90 - from cornell
# Note:  emacs sends ei occasionally to insure the terminal is out of
#        insert mode. This unfortunately puts the viewpoint90 IN insert
#        mode.  A hack to get around this is :ic=\EF\s\EF^U:.  (Also,
#   -    :ei=:im=: must be present in the termcap translation.)
#   -    :xs: indicates glitch that attributes stick to location
#   -    :ms: means it's safe to move in standout mode
#   -    :cl=\EG\Ek:: clears screen and visual attributes without affecting
#               the status line
# Function key and label capabilities merged in from SCO.
vp90|viewpoint90|adds viewpoint 90:\
	:bs:bw:ms:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cl=\EG\Ek:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dc=\EE:dl=\El:do=^J:\
	:ei=:ho=\EY  :ic=\EF \EF\025:im=:k0=^B1\r:k1=^B2\r:\
	:k2=^B3\r:k3=^B4\r:k4=^B5\r:k5=^B6\r:k6=^B7\r:k7=^B8\r:\
	:k8=^B9\r:k9=^B\072\r:k;=^B;\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^A:kl=^U:\
	:kr=^F:ku=^Z:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:l5=F6:l6=F7:l7=F8:\
	:l8=F9:l9=F10:la=F11:le=^H:ll=^A:me=\ER\E0@\EV:nd=^F:\
	:se=\ER\E0@\EV:sf=^J:so=\ER\E0Q\EV:ta=^I:ue=\ER\E0@\EV:\
	:up=^Z:us=\ER\E0`\EV:
# Note: if return acts weird on a980, check internal switch #2
# on the top chip on the CONTROL pc board.
adds980|a980|adds consul 980:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E\016:bl=^G:cl=\014\013@:cm=\013%+@\E\005%2:cr=^M:\
	:dl=\E\017:do=^J:k0=\E0:k1=\E1:k2=\E2:k3=\E3:k4=\E4:k5=\E5:\
	:k6=\E6:k7=\E7:k8=\E8:k9=\E9:le=^H:me=^O:nd=\E^E01:se=^O:\
	:sf=^J:so=^Y^^^N:

#### C. Itoh Electronics
#
# As of 1995 these people no longer make terminals (they're still in the
# printer business).  Their terminals were all clones of the DEC VT series.
# They're located in Orange County, CA.
#

# CIT 80  - vt-52 emulator, the termcap has been modified to remove
#           the delay times and do an auto tab set rather than the indirect
#           file used in vt100.
cit80|cit-80|citoh 80:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\E[H\EJ:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:cr=^M:ff=^L:\
	:is=\E>:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:nd=\E[C:sf=^J:up=\E[A:
# From: Tim Wood <mtxinu!sybase!tim> Fri Sep 27 09:39:12 PDT 1985
# (cit101: added <rmam>/<smam> based on init string, merged this with c101 -- esr)
cit101|citc|C.itoh fast vt100:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=:ic=\E[@:\
	:im=:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[3g\E[>5g:\
	:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[V\E8:vs=\E7\E[U:
# CIE Terminals CIT-101e from Geoff Kuenning <callan!geoff> via BRL
# The following termcap entry was created from the Callan cd100 entry.  The
# last two lines (with the capabilities in caps) are used by RM-cobol to allow
# full selection of combinations of reverse video, underline, and blink.
# (cit101e: emoved unknown :f0=\EOp:f1=\EOq:f2=\EOr:f3=\EOs:f4=\EOt:f5=\EOu:\
# f6=\EOv:f7=\EOw:f8=\EOx:f9=\EOy:AB=\E[0;5m:AL=\E[m:AR=\E[0;7m:AS=\E[0;5;7m:\
# :NB=\E[0;1;5m:NM=\E[0;1m:NR=\E[0;1;7m:NS=\E[0;1;5;7m: -- esr)
cit101e|C. Itoh CIT-101e:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:cs=\E[%i%2;%2r:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=\E[4l:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=\E[4h:k0=\EOT:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOm:k6=\EOl:k7=\EOM:\
	:k8=\EOn:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:\
	:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=:vs=\E[?1l\E[?4l\E[?7h:
cit101e-n|CIT-101e w/o am:\
	:am@:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:vs=\E[?1l\E[?4l\E[?7l:tc=cit101e:
cit101e-132|CIT-101e, 132 cols:\
	:co#132:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:tc=cit101e:
cit101e-n132|CIT-101e, 132 cols w/o am:\
	:am@:\
	:co#132:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:vs=\E[?1l\E[?4l\E[?7l:tc=cit101e:
# CIE Terminals CIT-500 from BRL
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	GENERATE_XON/XOFF:YES	DUPLEX:FULL		NEWLINE:OFF
#	AUTOWRAP:ON		MODE:ANSI		SCREEN_LENGTH:64_LINES
#	DSPLY_CNTRL_CODES?NO	PAGE_WIDTH:80		EDIT_MODE:OFF
# Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.
# Hardware tabs are assumed to be set every 8 columns; they can be set up
# by the "reset", "tset", or "tabs" utilities.  No delays are specified; use
# "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# (cit500: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
cit500|CIE Terminals CIT-500:\
	:bs:mi:ms:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#10:li#64:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:is=\E<:k0=\EOP:k1=\EOQ:\
	:k2=\EOR:k3=\EOS:k4=\EOU:k5=\EOV:k6=\EOW:k7=\EOX:k8=\EOY:\
	:k9=\EOZ:kA=\E[L:kB=\E[Z:kD=\E[P:kE=\EK:kI=\E[4h:kL=\E[M:\
	:kM=\E[4l:kS=\EJ:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l0=PF1:l1=PF2:l2=PF3:\
	:l3=PF4:l4=F15:l5=F16:l6=F17:l7=F18:l8=F19:l9=F20:le=^H:\
	:ll=\E[64H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=\EE:\
	:r1=\E<\E2\E[20l\E[?6l\E[r\E[m\E[q\E(B\017\E>:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:

# C. Itoh printers begin here
citoh|ci8510|8510|c.itoh 8510a:\
	:co#80:it#8:\
	:is=\E(009\054017\054025\054033\054041\054049\054057\054065\054073.:\
	:le@:md=\E\041:me=\E"\EY:rp=\ER%r%03%.:sr=\Er:ue=\EY:\
	:us=\EX:\
	:tc=lpr:
citoh-pica|citoh in pica:\
	:i1=\EN:tc=citoh:
citoh-elite|citoh in elite:\
	:co#96:\
	:i1=\EE:\
	:is=\E(009\054017\054025\054033\054041\054049\054057\054065\054073\054081\054089.:tc=citoh:
citoh-comp|citoh in compressed:\
	:co#136:\
	:i1=\EQ:\
	:is=\E(009\054017\054025\054033\054041\054049\054057\054065\054073\054081\054089\054097\054105\054113\054121\054129.:tc=citoh:
# citoh has infinite cols because we don't want lp ever inserting \n\t**.
citoh-prop|citoh-ps|ips|citoh in proportional spacing mode:\
	:co#32767:\
	:i1=\EP:tc=citoh:
citoh-6lpi|citoh in 6 lines per inch mode:\
	:i2=\EA:tc=citoh:
citoh-8lpi|citoh in 8 lines per inch mode:\
	:li#88:\
	:i2=\EB:tc=citoh:

#### Control Data (cdc)
#

cdc456|cdc 456 terminal:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=^X:ce=^V:cl=^Y^X:cm=\E1%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=\EJ:\
	:do=^J:ho=^Y:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^Z:

# Assorted CDC terminals from BRL (improvements by DAG & Ferd Brundick)
cdc721|CDC Viking:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ce=^K:cl=^L:cm=\002%r%+ %+ :ho=^Y:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^I:\
	:ku=^W:nd=^X:up=^W:
cdc721ll|CDC Vikingll:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#132:li#24:\
	:ce=^K:cl=^L:cm=\002%r%+ %+ :ho=^Y:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^I:\
	:ku=^W:nd=^X:up=^W:
# (cdc752: the BRL entry had :ll=\E1  ^Z: commented out
cdc752|CDC 752:\
	:am:bs:bw:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:ce=^V:cl=\030\E1  :cm=\E1%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=\E1  :le=^H:ll=^Y:nd=^U:r1=\E1  \030\002\003\017:\
	:sf=^J:up=^Z:
# CDC 756
# The following switch/key settings are assumed for normal operation:
#	96 chars	SCROLL		FULL duplex	not BLOCK
# Other switches may be set according to communication requirements.
# Insert/delete-character cannot be used, as the whole display is affected.
# "so" & "se" are commented out until jove handles "sg" correctly.
cdc756|CDC 756:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:kn#10:li#24:\
	:al=6*\EL:bl=^G:cd=^X:ce=^V:cl=^Y^X:cm=\E1%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dl=6*\EJ:do=^J:ho=^Y:k0=\EA:k1=\EB:k2=\EC:k3=\ED:k4=\EE:\
	:k5=\EF:k6=\EG:k7=\EH:k8=\Ea:k9=\Eb:kA=\EL:kD=\EI:kE=^V:\
	:kI=\EK:kL=\EL:kS=^X:kT=^O:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^U:\
	:ku=^Z:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:l5=F6:l6=F7:l7=F8:l8=F9:\
	:l9=F10:le=^H:ll=^Y^Z:nd=^U:r1=\031\030\002\003\017:sf=^J:\
	:up=^Z:
#
# CDC 721 from Robert Viduya, Ga. Tech. <ihnp4!gatech!gitpyr!robert> via BRL.
#
# Part of the long initialization string defines the "DOWN" key to the left
# of the tab key to send an ESC.  The real ESC key is positioned way out 
# in right field.
#
# The termcap won't work in 132 column mode due to the way it it moves the
# cursor.  Termcap doesn't have the capability (as far as I could tell) to
# handle the 721 in 132 column mode.
#
# (cdc721: changed :ri: to :sr: -- esr)
cdc721-esc|Control Data 721:\
	:am:bs:bw:ms:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#10:li#30:\
	:al=^^R:bl=^G:bt=^^^K:cd=^^P:ce=^K:cl=^L:cm=\002%r%+ %+ :\
	:ct=^^^RY:dc=^^N:dl=^^Q:do=^Z:ei=:ho=^Y:ic=^^O:im=:\
	:is=\036\022B\003\036\035\017\022\025\035\036E\036\022H\036\022J\036\022L\036\022N\036\022P\036\022Q\036\022\\036\022\136\036\022b\036\022i\036W =\036\022Z\036\011C1-` `\041k/o:\
	:k0=^^q:k1=^^r:k2=^^s:k3=^^t:k4=^^u:k5=^^v:k6=^^w:k7=^^x:\
	:k8=^^y:k9=^^z:kb=^H:kd=^Z:ke=^^^Rl:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^X:\
	:ks=^^^Rk:ku=^W:le=^H:ll=^B =:mb=^N:\
	:me=\017\025\035\036E\036\022\:mh=^\:mk=^^^R[:mr=^^D:\
	:nd=^X:se=^^E:sf=\036W =\036U:so=^^D:sr=\036W =\036V:\
	:st=^^^RW:ue=^]:up=^W:us=^\:

#### Getronics
#
# Getronics is a Dutch electronics company that at one time was called 
# `Geveke' and made async terminals; but (according to the company itself!)
# they've lost all their documentation on the command set.  The hardware
# documentation suggests the terminals were actually manufactured by a
# Taiwanese electronics company named Cal-Comp.  There are known
# to have been at least two models, the 33 and the 50.
#

# The 50 seems to be a top end vt220 clone, with the addition of a higher
# screen resolution, a larger screen, at least 1 page of memory above and
# below the screen, apparently pages of memory right and left of the screen
# which can be panned, and about 75 function keys (15 function keys x normal,
# shift, control, func A, func B). It also has more setup possibilities than
# the vt220. The monitor case is dated November 1978 and the keyboard case is
# May 1982.
#
# The vt100 emulation works as is.  The entry below describes the rather
# non-conformant (but more featureful) ANSI mode.
#
# From: Stephen Peterson <stv@utrecht.ow.nl>, 27 May 1995
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
visa50|geveke visa 50 terminal in ansi 80 character mode:\
	:bw:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dX:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K1=\E[f:K2=\EOP:K3=\EOQ:K4=\EOR:K5=\EOS:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E[3l:al=\E[L:as=\E3h:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[X:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E0;2m\E[1;25r\E[25;1H\E[?3l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k0=\E010:\
	:k1=\E001:k2=\E002:k3=\E003:k4=\E004:k5=\E005:k6=\E006:\
	:k7=\E007:k8=\E008:k9=\E009:kD=\177:kb=^H:kd=\E[A:ke=\E>:\
	:kh=\E[f:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;2m:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:\
	:se=\E[0;2m:sf=^J:so=\E[2;7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[0m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:

#### Human Designed Systems (Concept)
#
#	Human Designed Systems
#	400 Fehley Drive
#	King of Prussia, PA 19406
#	Vox: (610)-277-8300
#	Fax: (610)-275-5739
#	Net: support@hds.com
# 
# John Martin <john@hds.com> is their termcap expert.  They're mostly out of
# the character-terminal business now (1995) and making X terminals.  In
# particular, the whole `Concept' line described here was discontinued long
# ago.
#

# From: <vax135!hpk>  Sat Jun 27 07:41:20 1981
# Extensive changes to c108 by arpavax:eric Feb 1982
# Some unknown person at SCO then translated it to terminfo.
#
# There seem to be a number of different versions of the C108 PROMS
# (with bug fixes in its Z-80 program).
# 
# The first one that we had would lock out the keyboard of you
# sent lots of short lines (like /usr/dict/words) at 9600 baud.
# Try that on your C108 and see if it sends a ^S when you type it.
# If so, you have an old version of the PROMs.
# 
# You should configure the C108 to send ^S/^Q before running this.
# It is much faster (at 9600 baud) than the c100 because the delays
# are not fixed.
# new status line display entries for c108-8p:
# :i3: - init str #3 - setup term for status display - 
# set programmer mode, select window 2, define window at last 
# line of memory, set bkgnd stat mesg there, select window 0.
# 
# :ts: - to status line - select window 2, home cursor, erase to 
# end-of-window, 1/2 bright on, goto(line#0, col#?)
# 
# :fs: - from status line - 1/2 bright off, select window 0
# 
# :ds: - disable status display - set bkgnd status mesg with 
# illegal window #
# 
# There are probably more function keys that should be added but 
# I don't know what they are.
#
# No delays needed on c108 because of ^S/^Q handshaking
#
c108|concept108|c108-8p|concept108-8p|concept 108 w/8 pages:\
	:i2=\EU\E z"\Ev\001\177 \041p\E ;"\E z \Ev  \001\177p\Ep\n:\
	:te=\Ev  \001\177p\Ep\r\n:\
	:tc=c108-4p:
c108-4p|concept108-4p|concept 108 w/4 pages:\
	:bs:es:hs:xo:\
	:pb@:\
	:ac=l\\qLkTxUmMjE:ae=\Ej :as=\Ej\041:\
	:cr=^M:dc=\E 1:ds=\E ;\177:fs=\Ee\E z :i1=\EK\E\041\E F:\
	:i2=\EU\E z"\Ev\177 \041p\E ;"\E z \Ev  \001 p\Ep\n:\
	:sf=^J:te=\Ev  \001 p\Ep\r\n:ti=\EU\Ev  8p\Ep\r\E\025:\
	:ts=\E z"\E?\E\005\EE\Ea %+ :ve=\Ew:vs=\EW:\
	:tc=c100:
c108-rv|c108-rv-8p|concept 108 w/8 pages in reverse video:\
	:te=\Ev  \002 p\Ep\r\n:ti=\EU\Ev  8p\Ep\r:\
	:tc=c108-rv-4p:
c108-rv-4p|concept108rv4p|concept 108 w/4 pages in reverse video:\
	:i1=\Ek:se=\Ee:so=\EE:vb=\EK\Ek:\
	:tc=c108-4p:
c108-w|c108-w-8p|concept108-w-8|concept108-w8p|concept 108 w/8 pages in wide mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:i1=\E F\E":te=\Ev  ^A0\001D\Ep\r\n:\
	:ti=\EU\Ev  8\001D\Ep\r:tc=c108-8p:

# Concept 100:
# These have only window relative cursor addressing, not screen 
# relative. To get it to work right here, smcup/rmcup (which 
# were invented for the concept) lock you into a one page 
# window for screen style programs.
# 
# To get out of the one page window, we use a clever trick:
# we set the window size to zero ("\Ev    " in rmcup) which the 
# terminal recognizes as an error and resets the window to all 
# of memory.
# 
# This trick works on c100 but does not on c108, sigh.
# 
# Some tty drivers use cr3 for concept, others use nl3, hence 
# the delays on cr and ind below. This padding is only needed at 
# 9600 baud and up.  One or the other is commented out depending on 
# local conventions.
# 
# 2 ms padding on :te: isn't always enough. 6 works fine. Maybe 
# less than 6 but more than 2 will work.
# 
# Note: can't use function keys f7-f10 because they are 
# indistinguishable from arrow keys (!), also, del char and 
# clear eol use xon/xoff so they probably won't work very well.
# 
# Also note that we don't define insrt/del char/delline/eop/send 
# because they don't transmit unless we reset them - I figured 
# it was a bad idea to clobber their definitions.
# 
# The <mc5> sequence changes the escape character to ^^ so that 
# escapes will be passed through to the printer. Only trouble 
# is that ^^ won't be - ^^ was chosen to be unlikely. 
# Unfortunately, if you're sending raster bits through to be 
# plotted, any character you choose will be likely, so we lose.
#
# \EQ"\EY(^W (send anything from printer to host, for xon/xoff) 
# cannot be # in is2 because it will hang a c100 with no printer 
# if sent twice.
c100|concept100|concept|c104|c100-4p|hds concept 100:\
	:am:bs:eo:mi:ul:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:pb#9600:vt#8:\
	:al=\E\022:bl=^G:cd=\E\005:ce=\E\025:cl=\E?\E\005:\
	:cm=\Ea%+ %+ :cr=\r:dc=\E\021:dl=\E\002:do=^J:ei=\E  :\
	:i1=\EK:i2=\Ev    \Ep\n:im=\E^P:ip=:\
	:is=\EU\Ef\E7\E5\E8\El\ENH\E\200\Eo&\200\Eo'\E\Eo\041\200\E\007\041\E\010A@ \E4#\072"\E\072a\E4#;"\E\072b\E4#<"\E\072c:\
	:k1=\E5:k2=\E6:k3=\E7:k4=\E8:k5=\E9:k6=\E\072a:k7=\E\072b:\
	:k8=\E\072c:kA=\E^R:kB=\E':kD=\E^Q:kE=\E^S:kF=\E[:kI=\E^P:\
	:kL=\E^B:kM=\E\200:kN=\E-:kP=\E.:kR=\E\:kS=\E^C:kT=\E]:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E<:ke=\Ex:kh=\E?:kl=\E>:kr=\E=:ks=\EX:kt=\E_:\
	:ku=\E;:le=^H:mb=\EC:me=\EN@:mh=\EE:mk=\EH:mp=\EI:mr=\ED:\
	:nd=\E=:pf=\036o \E\EQ\041\EYP\027:\
	:po=\EQ"\EY(\027\EYD\Eo \036:rp=\Er%.%+ :se=\Ed:sf=^J:\
	:so=\ED:ta=\011:te=\Ev    \Ep\r\n:\
	:ti=\EU\Ev  8p\Ep\r\E\025:ue=\Eg:up=\E;:us=\EG:vb=\Ek\EK:
c100-rv|c100-rv-4p|concept100-rv|c100 rev video:\
	:i1=\Ek:se=\Ee:so=\EE:vb=\EK\Ek:ve@:vs@:tc=c100:
oc100|oconcept|c100-1p|old 1 page concept 100:\
	:in:\
	:i3@:tc=c100:

# :ta: through :ce: included to specify padding needed in raw mode.
# (avt-ns: added empty <acsc> to suppress a tic warning --esr)
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
avt-ns|concept avt no status line:\
	:am:bs:eo:mi:ul:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:lm#192:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(1:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[2g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E4l:\
	:ho=\E[H:i1=\E[=103l\E[=205l:ic=\E[@:im=\E1:ip=:\
	:is=\E[1*q\E[2\041t\E[7\041t\E[=4;101;119;122l\E[=107;118;207h\E[1Q\EW\E[\041y\E[\041z\E>\E[0\0720\07232\041r\E[0*w\E[w\E2\r\n\E[2;27\041t:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kD=\E^B\r:kI=\E^A\r:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[\041z\E[0;2u:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E[1\041z\E[0;3u:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mh=\E[1\041{:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[7\041{:sf=\n:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=\011:\
	:te=\E[w\E2\r\n:ti=\E[=4l\E[1;24w\E2\r:ue=\E[4\041{:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[=119l:vs=\E[=119h:
avt-rv-ns|concept avt in reverse video mode/no status line:\
	:i1=\E[=103l\E[=205h:vb=\E[=205l\E[=205h:\
	:tc=avt-ns:
avt-w-ns|concept avt in 132 column mode/no status line:\
	:i1=\E[=103h\E[=205l:ti=\E[H\E[1;24;1;132w:\
	:tc=avt-ns:
avt-w-rv-ns|concept avt in 132 column mode/no status line/reverse video:\
	:i1=\E[=103h\E[=205h:ti=\E[H\E[1;24;1;132w:\
	:vb=\E[=205l\E[=205h:tc=avt-ns:

# Concept AVT with status line. We get the status line using the
# "Background status line" feature of the terminal. We swipe the
# first line of memory in window 2 for the status line, keeping
# 191 lines of memory and 24 screen lines for regular use.
# The first line is used instead of the last so that this works
# on both 4 and 8 page AVTs. (Note the lm#191 or 192 - this
# assumes an 8 page AVT but lm isn't currently used anywhere.)
#
avt+s|concept avt status line changes:\
	:es:hs:\
	:lm#191:\
	:ds=\E[0*w:fs=\E[1;1\041w:\
	:i2=\E[2w\E[2\041w\E[1;1;1;80w\E[H\E[2*w\E[1\041w\E2\r\n:\
	:te=\E[2w\E2\r\n:ti=\E[2;25w\E2\r:\
	:ts=\E[2;1\041w\E[;%dH\E[2K:
avt|avt-s|concept-avt|avt w/80 columns:\
	:tc=avt+s:tc=avt-ns:
avt-rv|avt-rv-s|avt reverse video w/sl:\
	:i1=\E[=103l\E[=205h:vb=\E[=205l\E[=205h:tc=avt+s:tc=avt-ns:
avt-w|avt-w-s|concept avt 132 cols+status:\
	:i1=\E[=103h\E[=205l:ti=\E[H\E[1;24;1;132w:tc=avt+s:tc=avt-ns:
avt-w-rv|avt-w-rv-s|avt wide+status+rv:\
	:i1=\E[=103h\E[=205h:ti=\E[H\E[1;24;1;132w:\
	:vb=\E[=205l\E[=205h:tc=avt+s:\
	:tc=avt-ns:

#### Contel Business Systems. 
#

# Contel c300 and c320 terminals. 
contel300|contel320|c300|Contel Business Systems C-300 or C-320:\
	:am:in:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EK:cm=\EX%+ \EY%+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E3:dc=\EO:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EN:im=:ip=:k0=\ERJ:\
	:k1=\ERA:k2=\ERB:k3=\ERC:k4=\ERD:k5=\ERE:k6=\ERF:k7=\ERG:\
	:k8=\ERH:k9=\ERI:kb=^H:le=^H:ll=\EH\EA:me=\E\041\200:\
	:nd=\EC:se=\E\041\200:sf=^J:so=\E\041\r:st=\E1:up=\EA:\
	:vb=\020\002\020\003:
# Contel c301 and c321 terminals.
contel301|contel321|c301|c321|Contel Business Systems C-301 or C-321:\
	:ei=:ic@:im=:ip@:se=\E\041\200:so=\E\041\r:vb@:\
	:tc=contel300:

#### Data General (dg)
#
# According to James Carlson <carlson@xylogics.com> writing in January 1995,
# the terminals group at Data General was shut down in 1991; all these
# terminals have thus been discontinued.
#

# According to the 4.4BSD termcap file, the dg200 :cm: should be the
# termcap equivalent of \020%p2%{128}%+%c%p1%{128}%+%c (in termcap
# notation that's "^P%r%+\200%+\200").  Those \200s are suspicious,
# maybe they were originally nuls (which would fit).
dg200|data general dasher 200:\
	:NL:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:ce=^K:cl=^L:cm=\020%r%.%.:cr=^M:do=^Z:ho=^H:k0=^^z:\
	:k1=^^q:k2=^^r:k3=^^s:k4=^^t:k5=^^u:k6=^^v:k7=^^w:k8=^^x:\
	:k9=^^y:kd=^Z:kh=^H:kl=^Y:kr=^X:ku=^W:l0=f10:le=^Y:nd=^X:\
	:nw=^J:se=^^E:sf=^J:so=^^D:ue=^U:up=^W:us=^T:
# Data General 210/211 (and 410?)	from Lee Pearson (umich!lp) via BRL
dg210|dg-ansi|Data General 210/211:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:nl=\E[B:\
	:nw=\r\E[H\E[A\n:se=\E[0;m:so=\E[7;m:ue=\E[0;m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4;m:
# From: Peter N. Wan <ihnp4!gatech!gacsr!wan>
# courtesy of Carlos Rucalde of Vantage Software, Inc.
# (dg211: this had :cm=\020%r%.%:., which was an ancient termcap hangover.
# I suspect the d200 function keys actually work on the dg211, check it out.)
dg211|Data General d211:\
	:k0@:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:k9@:kb=^Y:l0@:nw=^M^Z:\
	:se=00\036E\200/>:sf@:so=5\036D:ta=^I:te=^L:ti=^L^R:ve=^L:\
	:vs=^L^R:\
	:tc=dg200:
# dg450 from cornell
dg450|dg6134|data general 6134:\
	:le@:nd=^X:tc=dg200:
# Note: lesser Dasher terminals will not work with vi because vi insists upon
# having a command to move straight down from any position on the bottom line
# and scroll the screen up, or a direct vertical scroll command.  The 460 and
# above have both, the D210/211, for instance, has neither.  We must use ANSI
# mode rather than DG mode because standard UNIX tty drivers assume that ^H is
# backspace on all terminals.  This is not so in DG mode.
# (dg460-ansi: removed obsolete ":kn#6:"; also removed ":mu=\EW:", on the
# grounds that there is no matching ":ml:"
# fixed garbled ":k9=\E[00\:z:" capability -- esr)
dg460-ansi|Data General Dasher 460 in ANSI-mode:\
	:am:bs:ms:ul:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:is=^^F@:k0=\E[001z:\
	:k1=\E[002z:k2=\E[003z:k3=\E[004z:k4=\E[005z:k5=\E[006z:\
	:k6=\E[007z:k7=\E[008z:k8=\E[009z:k9=\E[010z:kb=\E[D:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:l0=f1:l1=f2:l2=f3:\
	:l3=f4:l4=f5:l5=f6:l6=f7:l7=f8:l9=f10:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:me=\E[m:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nl=\ED:se=\E[m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:ue=\E[05:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# From: Wayne Throop <mcnc!rti-sel!rtp47!throopw>
# Data General 605x     
# Ought to work for a Model 6242, Type D210 as well as a 605x.
# Note that the cursor-down key transmits ^Z.  Job control users, beware!
# This also matches a posted description of something called a `Dasher 100'
# so there's a dg100 alias here. 
# (dg6053: the 4.4BSD file had :le=^H:, :do=^J:, :nd=^S:. -- esr) 
dg6053|dg100|data general 6053:\
	:am:bs:bw:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bc=^Y:bl=^G:ce=^K:cl=^L:cm=\020%r%.%.:cr=^M:do=^Z:ho=^H:\
	:is=^R:k0=^^q:k1=^^r:k2=^^s:k3=^^t:k4=^^u:k5=^^v:k6=^^w:\
	:k7=^^x:k8=^^y:k9=^^z:kb=^Y:kd=^Z:kh=^H:kl=^Y:kr=^X:ku=^W:\
	:le=^Y:nd=^X:se=\200^^E:so=\200\200\200\200\200\036D:\
	:ta=^I:te=^L:ti=^L^R:ue=^U:up=^W:us=^T:ve=^L:vs=^L^R:

#### Datamedia (dm)
#
# Datamedia was headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1993.
# As of early 1996, at least one company called `Datamedia' has been taken
# over by:
#
#    Axent Technologies, Inc.
#    2400 Research Boulevard
#    Rockville, Maryland 20850
#    voice: +1 301/258-5043
#      fax: +1 301/330-5756
#    email: <info@axent.com>
#
# makers of OmniGuard client/server security software.  They are a software
# only company and no longer make terminals.  However, the operator there
# told me that she had once spoken to a customer looking for Datamedia
# terminals who'd mentioned a Datamedia in New Jersey.  This is backed up
# by comp.terminals poosting describing the ID plate on the back of a
# "Datamedia 3000" terminal.  Was this an earlier incarnation of Axent?
# Inquiring minds want to know...
#

cs10|colorscan|Datamedia Color Scan 10:\
	:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%02;%02H:cr=^M:\
	:do=^J:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
cs10-w|Datamedia Color Scan 10 with 132 columns:\
	:co#132:\
	:cm=\E[%i%02;%03H:tc=cs10:

# (dm1520: removed obsolete ":ma=^\ ^_^P^YH:" -- esr)
dm1520|dm1521|datamedia 1520:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^Y:\
	:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^\:ku=^_:le=^H:nd=^\:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^_:
dm2500|datamedia2500|datamedia 2500:\
	:bs:nc:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\020\n\030\035\030\035:bl=^G:ce=^W:cl=^^^^\177:\
	:cm=\014%r%n%.%.:dc=\020\010\030\035:\
	:dl=\020\032\030\035:dm=^P:do=^J:ed=^X^]:\
	:ei=\377\377\030\035:ho=^B:ic=\020\034\030\035:im=^P:\
	:le=^H:nd=^\:pc=\377:se=^X^]:sf=^J:so=^N:up=^Z:
# dmchat is like DM2500, but DOES need "all that padding" (jcm 1/31/82)
# also, has a meta-key.
# From: <goldberger@su-csli.arpa>
# (dmchat: ":MT:" changed to ":km:" -- esr)
dmchat|dmchat version of datamedia 2500:\
	:km:\
	:al=1*\020\n\030\035\030\035:dl=2\020\032\030\035:tc=dm2500:
# (dm3025: ":MT:" changed to ":km:" -- esr)
dm3025|datamedia 3025a:\
	:bs:km:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EP\n\EQ:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EM:cm=\EY%r%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\010:dl=\EP\EA\EQ:dm=\EP:do=^J:ed=\EQ:ei=\EQ:\
	:ho=\EH:im=\EP:ip=:is=\EQ\EU\EV:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\EO0:sf=^J:\
	:so=\EO1:ta=^I:up=\EA:
dm3045|datamedia 3045a:\
	:am:bs:eo:km@:ul:xn:\
	:al@:dc=\EB:dl@:dm@:ed@:ei=\EP:is=\EU\EV:k0=\Ey\r:k1=\Ep\r:\
	:k2=\Eq\r:k3=\Er\r:k4=\Es\r:k5=\Et\r:k6=\Eu\r:k7=\Ev\r:\
	:k8=\Ew\r:k9=\Ex\r:kh=\EH:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:pc=\177:se@:so@:\
	:tc=dm3025:
# Datamedia DT80 soft switches:
# 1	0=Jump  1=Smooth
# 	Autorepeat 	0=off  1=on
# 	Screen		0=Dark 1=light
# 	Cursor		0=u/l  1=block
# 
# 2	Margin Bell	0=off  1=on
# 	Keyclick	0=off  1=on
# 	Ansi/VT52	0=VT52 1=Ansi
# 	Xon/Xoff	0=Off  1=On
# 
# 3	Shift3		0=Hash 1=UK Pound
# 	Wrap		0=Off  1=On
# 	Newline		0=Off  1=On
# 	Interlace	0=Off  1=On
# 	
# 4	Parity		0=Odd  1=Even
# 	Parity		0=Off  1=On
# 	Bits/Char	0=7    1=8
# 	Power		0=60Hz 1=50Hz
# 
# 5	Line Interface  0=EIA  1=Loop
# 	Aux Interface   0=EIA  1=Loop
# 	Local Copy    	0=Off  1=On	
# 	Spare
# 
# 6	Aux Parity	0=Odd  1=Even
# 	Aux Parity	0=Off  1=On
# 	Aux Bits/Char   0=7    1=8
# 	CRT Saver	0=Off  1=On
# dm80/1 is a vt100 lookalike, but it doesn't seem to need any padding.
dm80|dmdt80|dt80|datamedia dt80/1:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=%i\E[%d;%dH:do=^J:\
	:ho=\E[H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:ps=\E[0i:\
	:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:tc=vt100:
# except in 132 column mode, where it needs a little padding.
# This is still less padding than the vt100, and you can always turn on
# the ^S/^Q handshaking, so you can use vt100 flavors for things like
# reverse video.
dm80w|dmdt80w|dt80w|datamedia dt80/1 in 132 char mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:cd=20\E[0J:ce=20\E[0K:cl=50\E[H\E[2J:cm=5\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:do=^J:up=5\E[A:\
	:tc=dm80:
# From: Adam Thompson <thompson@xanth.magic.mb.ca> Sept 10 1995
dt80-sas|Datamedia DT803/DTX for SAS usage:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ac=``a1fxgqh0jYk?lZm@nEooppqDrrsstCu4vAwBx3yyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\EG:al=\EL:as=\EF:bl=^G:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\E=%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E'0:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ff=^L:ho=^Y:is=\E)0\E<\EP\E'0\E$2:\
	:kC=^L:kE=^]:kS=^K:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^\:ku=^_:le=^H:me=^X:\
	:mr=\E$2\004:nd=^\:pf=^O:po=^N:se=^X:sf=\EB:so=\E$2\004:\
	:sr=\EI:st=\E'1:ta=^I:up=^_:

# Datamedia Excel 62, 64 from Gould/SEL UTX/32 via BRL
# These aren't end-all Excel termcaps; but do insert/delete char/line
# and name some of the extra function keys.  (Mike Feldman ccvaxa!feldman)
# The naming convention has been bent somewhat, with the use of E? (where
# E is for 'Excel') as # a name.  This was done to distinguish the entries
# from the other Datamedias in use here, and yet to associate a model of
# the Excel terminals with the regular datamedia terminals that share
# major characteristics.
excel62|excel64|datamedia Excel 62:\
	:dc=\E[P:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:k5=\EOu:k6=\EOv:k7=\EOw:k8=\EOx:\
	:k9=\EOy:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:tc=dt80:
excel62-w|excel64-w|datamedia Excel 62 in 132 char mode:\
	:dc=\E[P:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:k5=\EOu:k6=\EOv:k7=\EOw:k8=\EOx:\
	:k9=\EOy:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:tc=dt80w:
excel62-rv|excel64-rv|datamedia Excel 62 in reverse video mode:\
	:dc=\E[P:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:k5=\EOu:k6=\EOv:k7=\EOw:k8=\EOx:\
	:k9=\EOy:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:\
	:tc=dt80:

#### Falco
#
#	Falco Data Products
#	440 Potrero Avenue
#	Sunnyvale, CA 940864-196
#	Vox: (800)-325-2648
#	Fax: (408)-745-7860
#	Net: techsup@charm.sys.falco.com
#
# Current Falco models as of 1995 are generally ANSI-compatible and support
# emulations of DEC VT-series, Wyse, and Televideo types.
#

# Test version for Falco ts-1. See <arpavax.hickman@ucb> for info
# This terminal was released around 1983 and was discontinued long ago.
# The standout and underline highlights are the same.
falco|ts1|ts-1|falco ts-1:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET\EG0\010:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:im=\Eq:is=\Eu\E3:\
	:k0=^A0\r:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:me=\Eg0:nd=^L:\
	:se=\Eg0:sf=^J:so=\Eg1:ta=^I:ue=\Eg0:up=^K:us=\Eg1:
falco-p|ts1p|ts-1p|falco ts-1 with paging option:\
	:am:bs:da:db:mi:ms:ul:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET\EG0\010\Eg0:cl=\E*:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=\E[B:ei=\Er:im=\Eq:\
	:is=\EZ\E3\E_c:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:me=\Eg0:nd=\E[C:se=\Eg0:sf=^J:so=\Eg4:ta=^I:te=\E_b:\
	:ti=\E_d:ue=\Eg0:up=\E[A:us=\Eg1:
# (ts100: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
ts100|ts100-sp|falco ts100-sp:\
	:am:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:@8=\EOM:DO=\E[%dB:K1=\EOq:K2=\EOr:K3=\EOs:K4=\EOp:K5=\EOn:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E~E:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:\
	:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E~W:dl=\E~R:do=^J:eA=\E(B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:i1=\E~)\E~ea:ic=\E~Q:im=:k0=\EOy:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOt:k6=\EOu:k7=\EOv:k8=\EOl:k9=\EOw:k;=\EOx:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[1;7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
ts100-ctxt|falco ts-100 saving context:\
	:te=\E~_b:ti=\E~_d\E[2J:tc=ts100:

#### Florida Computer Graphics
#

# Florida Computer Graphics Beacon System, using terminal emulator program
# "host.com", as provided by FCG.  This description is for an early release
# of the "host" program.  Known bug: :cd: clears the whole screen, so it's
# commented out.

# From: David Bryant <cbosg!djb> 1/7/83
beacon|FCG Beacon System:\
	:am:da:db:\
	:co#80:li#32:\
	:al=\EE:bl=\ESTART\r\E37\r\EEND\r:ce=\ET:cl=\EZ:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EQ:\
	:im=:le=^H:mb=\ESTART\r\E61\0541\r\EEND\r:\
	:me=\ESTART\r\E78\r\E70\0540\r\EEND\r:\
	:mr=\ESTART\r\E59\0541\r\EEND\r:nd=\EV:\
	:se=\ESTART\r\E70\0540\r\EEND\r:sf=^J:\
	:so=\ESTART\r\E70\0546\r\EEND\r:te=:\
	:ti=\ESTART\r\E2\0540\r\E12\r\EEND\r:\
	:ue=\ESTART\r\E60\0540\r\EEND\r:up=\EU:\
	:us=\ESTART\r\E60\0541\r\EEND\r:

#### Fluke
#

# The f1720a differences from ANSI: no auto margin, destructive 
# tabs, # of lines, funny highlighting and underlining
f1720|f1720a|fluke 1720A:\
	:xt:\
	:co#80:li#16:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:do=\E[B:is=\E[H\E[2J:kd=^]:kl=^_:kr=^^:ku=^\:le=^H:me=\E[m:\
	:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:

#### Liberty Electronics (Freedom)
#
#	Liberty Electronics
#	48089 Fremont Blvd
#	Fremont CA 94538
#	Vox: (510)-623-6000
#	Fax: (510)-623-7021

# From: <faletti@berkeley.edu>
# (f100: added empty <acsc> to suppress a tic warning;
# made this relative to adm+sgr -- note that <invis> isn't
# known to work for f100 but does on the f110. --esr)
f100|freedom|freedom100|freedom model 100:\
	:am:bs:bw:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=\E$:al=\EE:as=\E%:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:\
	:ch=\E]%+ :cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E[%+ :\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\Eg\Ef\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=^^:im=\Eq:\
	:ip=:is=\Eg\Ef\r\Ed:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:\
	:kB=\EI:kb=^H:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:\
	:sr=\Ej:st=\E1:ta=^I:ts=\Eg\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eb\Ed:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
f100-rv|freedom-rv|freedom 100 in reverse video:\
	:is=\Eg\Ef\r\Eb:vb=\Ed\Eb:tc=f100:
# The f110 and f200 have problems with vi(1).  They use the ^V
# code for the down cursor key. When kcud1 is defined in terminfo
# as ^V, the Control Character Quoting capability (^V in insert mode)
# is lost! It cannot be remapped in vi because it is necessary to enter
# a ^V to to quote the ^V that is being remapped!!!
# 
# f110/f200 users will have to decide whether
# to lose the down cursor key or the quoting capability. We will opt
# initially for leaving the quoting capability out, since use of VI
# is not generally applicable to most interactive applications
# (f110: added :ta:, :kh: & <kcbt> from f100 -- esr)
f110|freedom110|Liberty Freedom 110:\
	:bw@:es:\
	:it#8:ws#80:\
	:ae=\E%%:al=\EE:as=\E$:dl=\ER:do=^V:ds=\Ef\r:ei=\Er\EO:\
	:im=\EO\Eq:ip@:is@:k0=^AI\r:k;@:kA=\EE:kC=^^:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:\
	:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\EY:mb=\EG2:md=\EG0:mh=\EG@:pf=\Ea:po=\E`:\
	:so=\EG<:sr=\EJ:ts=\Ef:vb=\Eb\Ed:ve=\E.2:vi=\E.1:vs=\E.2:\
	:tc=f100:
f110-14|Liberty Freedom 110 14inch:\
	:dc@:tc=f110:
f110-w|Liberty Freedom 110 - 132 cols:\
	:co#132:tc=f110:
f110-14w|Liberty Freedom 110 14in/132 cols:\
	:co#132:\
	:dc@:tc=f110:
# (f200: added <acsc> to suppress tic warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
f200|freedom200|Liberty Freedom 200:\
	:am:bs:es:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:ac=:ae=\E%%:al=\EE:as=\E$:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:\
	:ch=\E]%+ :cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:cs=\Em0%+ %+ :ct=\E3:\
	:cv=\E[%+ :dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^V:ds=\Ef\r:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=^^:\
	:im=\Eq:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kA=\EE:kC=^^:\
	:kD=\EW:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^V:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:mb=\EG2:md=\EG0:mh=\EG@:nd=^L:pf=\Ea:po=\E`:\
	:sf=^J:so=\EG<:sr=\EJ:st=\E1:ts=\Ef:up=^K:vb=\Eo\En:ve=\E.1:\
	:vi=\E.0:vs=\E.1:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
f200-w|Liberty Freedom 200 - 132 cols:\
	:co#132:tc=f200:
# The f200 has the ability to reprogram the down cursor key. The key is
# reprogrammed to ^J (linefeed). This value is remembered in non-volatile RAM,
# so powering the terminal off and on will not cause the change to be lost.
f200vi|Liberty Freedom 200 for vi:\
	:kd=^J:vb=\Eb\Ed:tc=f200:
f200vi-w|Liberty Freedom 200 - 132 cols for vi:\
	:co#132:tc=f200vi:

#### GraphOn (go)
#
#	Graphon Corporation
#	544 Division Street
#	Campbell, CA 95008
#	Vox: (408)-370-4080
#	Fax: (408)-370-5047
#	Net: troy@graphon.com (Troy Morrison)
#
#
# The go140 and go225 have been discontinued.  GraphOn now makes X terminals,
# including one odd hybrid that starts out life on power-up as a character
# terminal, than can be switched to X graphics mode (driven over the serial
# line) by an escape sequence.  No info on this beast yet.
# (go140: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
go140|graphon go-140:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:cd=10\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=10\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=\E[4l:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E=\E[?3l\E[?7l\E(B\E[J\E7\E[;r\E8\E[m\E[q:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:\
	:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
go140w|graphon go-140 in 132 column mode:\
	:am:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\E<\E=\E[?3h\E[?7h\E(B\E[J\E7\E[;r\E8\E[m\E[q:tc=go140:
# Hacked up vt200 termcap to handle GO-225/VT220
# From: <edm@nwnexus.WA.COM>
# (go225: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
go225|go-225|Graphon 225:\
	:am:bs:mi:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:vt#3:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:r1=\E[\041p\E[?7h\E[2;1;1#w:rc=\E8:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:te=\E[\041p\E[?7h\E[2;1;1#w:\
	:ti=\E[2;0#w\E[1;25r:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

#### Harris (Beehive)
#
# Bletch.  These guys shared the Terminal Brain Damage laurels with Hazeltine.
# Their terminal group is ancient history now (1995) though the parent
# company is still in business.
#

# Beehive documentation is undated and marked Preliminary and has no figures
# so we must have early Superbee2 (Model 600, according to phone conversation
# with mfr.). It has proved reliable except for some missing padding
# (notably after \EK and <nl> at bottom of screen).
# 
# The key idea is that AEP mode is poison for :cm: & that US's in 
# the local memory should be avoided like the plague. That means 
# that the 2048 character local buffer is used as 25 lines of 80 
# characters, period. No scrolling local memory, folks. It also 
# appears that we cannot use naked INS LINE feature since it uses
# US. The sbi fakes :al: with an 80-space insert that may be too 
# slow at low speeds; also spaces get converted to \040 which is 
# too long for some programs (not vi).  DEL LINE is ok but slow.
# 
# The <nl> string is designed for last line of screen ONLY; cup to 
# 25th line corrects the motion inherent in scrolling to Page 1.
# 
# There is one understood bug. It is that the screen appears to
# pop to a new (blank) page after a :nw:, or leave a half-line 
# ellipsis to a quad that is the extra 48 memory locations. The 
# data received is dumped into memory but not displayed.  Not to 
# worry if :cm: is being used; the lines not displayed will be, 
# whenever the cursor is moved up there. Since :cm: is addressed 
# relative to MEMORY of window, nothing is lost; but beware of 
# relative cursor motion (:up:,:do:,:nd:,:le:). Recommended,
# therefore, is setenv MORE -c .
# 
# WARNING: Not all features tested.
# 
# Timings are assembled from 3 sources. Some timings may reflect 
# SB2/Model 300 that were used if more conservative.
# Tested on a Model 600 at 1200 and 9600 bd.
# 
# The BACKSPACEkb option is cute. The NEWLINE key, so cleverly 
# placed on the keyboard and useless because of AEP, is made 
# into a backspace key. In use ESC must be pressed twice (to send)
# and sending ^C must be prefixed by ESC to avoid that weird 
# transmit mode associated with ENTER key.
# 
# IF TERMINAL EVER GOES CATATONIC with the cursor buzzing across 
# the screen, then it has dropped into ENTER mode; hit 
# RESET--ONLINE--!tset.
# 
# As delivered this machine has a FATAL feature that will throw 
# it into that strange transmit state (SPOW) if the space bar is 
# hit after a CR is received, but before receiving a LF (or a 
# few others).
# 
# The circuits MUST be modified to eliminate the SPOW latch. 
# This is done by strapping on chip A46 of the I/O board; cut 
# the p.c. connection to Pin 5 and strap Pin 5 to Pin 8 of that 
# chip. This mod has been checked out on a Mod 600 of Superbee II.
# With this modification absurdly high timings on cr are 
# unnecessary.
# 
# NOTE WELL that the rear panel switch should be set to CR/LF, 
# not AEP!
#
sb1|beehive superbee:\
	:am:bs:bw:da:db:mi:ul:xb:\
	:co#80:li#25:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EN\EL\EQ                                                                                \EP \EO\ER\EA:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\E`:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EF%r%03%03:cr=\r:\
	:ct=\E3:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=\ER:ho=\EH:im=\EQ\EO:\
	:is=\EE\EX\EZ\EO\Eb\Eg\ER:k0=\E2:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:\
	:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:k9=\E1:kE=\EK:kI=\EQ\EO:\
	:kL=\EM:kM=\ER:kS=\EJ:kb=^_:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:l0=TAB CLEAR:l9=TAB SET:le=^H:me=\E_3:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E_3:sf=^J:so=\E_1:st=\E1:ta=^I:te=:ti=\EO:ue=\E_3:\
	:up=\EA:us=\E_0:
sbi|superbee|beehive superbee at Indiana U.:\
	:xb:\
	:al=1\EN\EL\EQ \EP \EO\ER\EA:cr=\r:tc=sb1:
# Alternate (older) description of Superbee - f1=escape, f2=^C.
# Note: there are at least 3 kinds of superbees in the world.  The sb1
# holds onto escapes and botches ^C's.  The sb2 is the best of the 3.
# The sb3 puts garbage on the bottom of the screen when you scroll with
# the switch in the back set to CRLF instead of AEP.  This description
# is tested on the sb2 but should work on all with either switch setting.
# The f1/f2 business is for the sb1 and the :xb: can be taken out for
# the other two if you want to try to hit that tiny escape key.
# This description is tricky: being able to use cup depends on there being
# 2048 bytes of memory and the hairy <nl> string.
superbee-xsb|beehive super bee:\
	:am:da:db:xb:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EF%r%3%3:cr=\r:ct=\E3:dc=\EP:\
	:dl=\EM:do=^J:ho=\EH:is=\EH\EJ:k1=\Ep:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:k4=\Es:\
	:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E_3:nd=\EC:se=\E_3:\
	:sf=\n\200\200\200\n\200\200\200\EA\EK\200\200\200\ET\ET:\
	:so=\E_1:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=\EA:ve=^J:
# This loses on lines > 80 chars long, use at your own risk
superbeeic|super bee with insert char:\
	:ei=\ER:ic=:im=\EQ:tc=superbee-xsb:
sb2|sb3|fixed superbee:\
	:xb@:tc=superbee:

# Reports are that most of these Beehive entries (except superbee) have not
# been tested and do not work right.  :se: is a trouble spot.  Be warned.

# (bee: :ic: was empty, which is obviously bogus -- esr)
beehive|bee|harris beehive:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bt=\E>:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EF%+ %+ :dc=\EP:\
	:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\E@:ho=\EH:im=\EQ:kA=\EL:kB=\E>:kC=\EE:\
	:kD=\EP:kE=\EK:kI=\EQ:kL=\EM:kM=\E@:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\Ed@:nd=\EC:se=\Ed@:so=\EdP:\
	:ue=\Ed@:up=\EA:us=\Ed`:
# set tab is ^F, clear (one) tab is ^V, no way to clear all tabs.
# good grief - does this entry make :sg:/:ug: when it doesn't have to?
# look at those spaces in :se:/:so:.  Seems strange to me...
# (beehive: :if=/usr/share/tabset/beehive: removed, no such file.  If you
# really care, cook up one using ^F -- esr)
beehive3|bh3m|beehiveIIIm|harris beehive 3m:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#20:\
	:al=\023:bl=^G:cd=^R:ce=^P:cl=^E^R:cr=^M:dl=\021:do=^J:ho=^E:\
	:le=^H:ll=^E^K:nd=^L:se= ^_:sf=^J:so=^] :st=^F:ta=^I:up=^K:
beehive4|bh4|beehive 4:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\EH:le=\ED:nd=\EC:\
	:sf=^J:up=\EA:
microb|microbee|micro bee series:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EF%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:k1=\Ep:\
	:k2=\Eq:k3=\Er:k4=\Es:k5=\Et:k6=\Eu:k7=\Ev:k8=\Ew:k9=\Ex:\
	:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\Ed@:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\Ed@:sf=^J:so= \EdP:ta=^I:ue=\Ed@:up=\EA:us=\Ed`:

# 8675, 8686, and bee from Cyrus Rahman
# (8675: changed k10, k11...k16 to k;, F1...F6 -- esr)
ha8675|harris 8675:\
	:F1=^W:F2=\ER:F3=\EE:F4=\EI:F5=\Ei:F6=\Eg:\
	:is=\ES\E#\E*\Eh\Em\E?\E1\E9\E@\EX\EU:k1=^F:k2=^P:k3=^N:\
	:k4=^V:k5=^J:k6=^T:k7=^H:k8=\177:k9=\Ee:k;=\Ed:\
	:tc=bee:
# (8686: changed k10, k11...k16 to k;, F1...F6; fixed broken continuation
# in :is: -- esr)
ha8686|harris 8686:\
	:F1=\EW:F2=\002\E{\003:F3=\002\E|\003:F4=\002\E}\003:\
	:F5=\002\E~\003:F6=\002\E\177\003:\
	:is=\ES\E#\E*\Eh\Em\E?\E1\E9\E@\EX\EU\E"*Z01\E"8F35021B7C83#\E"8F45021B7D83#\E"8F55021B7E83#\E"8F65021B7F83#\E"8F75021B7383#\E"8F851BD7#\E"8F95021B7083#\E"8FA5021B7183#\E"8FB5021B7283#:\
	:k1=\002\Ep\003:k2=\002\Eq\003:k3=\002\Er\003:\
	:k4=\002\Es\003:k5=\E3:k6=\EI:k7=\ER:k8=\EJ:k9=\E(:k;=\Ej:tc=bee:

#### Hazeltine
#
# Hazeltine appears to be out of the business now (1995).  These guys were 
# co-owners of the Terminal Brain Damage Hall Of Fame along with Harris.
# They have a hazeltine.com domain and can be reached at:
#
#	Hazeltine
#	450 East Pulaski Road
#	Greenlawn, New York 11740
#
# As late as 1993, manuals for the terminal product line could still be
# purchased from:
#
#	TRW Customer Service Division
#	15 Law Drive
#	P.O. Box 2076
#	Fairfield, NJ 07007-2078
#

# Since :nd: is blank, when you want to erase something you
# are out of luck.  You will have to do ^L's a lot to
# redraw the screen.  h1000 is untested.  It doesn't work in
# vi - this terminal is too dumb for even vi.  (The code is
# there but it isn't debugged for this case.)
hz1000|hazeltine 1000:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#12:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^K:le=^H:nd= :sf=^J:
# From: <cbosg!ucbvax!pur-ee!cincy!chris> Thu Aug 20 09:09:18 1981
hz1420|hazeltine 1420:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^Z:bl=^G:cd=\E^X:ce=\E^O:cl=\E^\:cm=\E\021%r%.%+ :\
	:cr=^M:dl=\E^S:do=^J:le=^H:nd=^P:se=\E^Y:sf=^J:so=\E^_:ta=^N:\
	:up=\E^L:
# New "safe" cursor movement (11/87) from <cgs@umd5.umd.edu>.  Prevents
# freakout with out-of-range args and tn3270.  No hz since it needs to
# receive tildes.
hz1500|hazeltine 1500:\
	:am:bs:hz:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=~\032:bl=^G:cd=~\030:ce=~^O:cl=~^\:\
	:cm=~\021%r%>^^ %+`%+`:cr=^M:dl=~\023:do=~^K:ho=~^R:kd=^J:\
	:kh=~^R:kl=^H:kr=^P:ku=~^L:le=^H:nd=^P:se=~^Y:sf=^J:so=~^_:\
	:up=~^L:
# h1510 assumed to be in sane escape mode.  Else use h1500.
# (h1510: early versions of this entry apparently had ":se=\E^_:, 
# :so=\E^Y:, but these caps were commented out in 8.3; also,
# removed incorrect and overridden ":do=^J:" -- esr)
hz1510|hazeltine 1510:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^Z:bl=^G:cd=\E^X:ce=\E^O:cl=\E^\:cm=\E\021%r%.%.:\
	:cr=^M:dl=\E^S:do=\E^K:le=^H:nd=^P:sf=^J:up=\E^L:
# Hazeltine 1520
# The following switch settings are assumed for normal operation:
#	FULL		CR		U/L_CASE	ESCAPE
#	FORMAT_OFF	EOM_A_OFF	EOM_B_OFF	WRAPAROUND_ON
# Other switches may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements.
hz1520|Hazeltine 1520:\
	:am:bs:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^Z:bl=^G:cd=\E^X:ce=\E^O:cl=\E^\:cm=\E\021%r%.%.:\
	:cr=^M:dl=\E^S:do=^J:ho=\E^R:kA=\E^Z:kC=\E^\:kE=\E^O:\
	:kL=\E^S:kS=\E^X:kb=^H:kd=\E^K:kh=\E^R:kl=^H:kr=^P:ku=\E^L:\
	:le=^H:md=\E^_:me=\E^Y:nd=^P:r1=\E$\E\005\E?\E\031:\
	:se=\E^Y:sf=^J:so=\E^_:up=\E^L:
# This version works with the escape switch off
# (h1520: removed incorrect and overridden ":do=^J:" -- esr)
hz1520-noesc|hazeltine 1520:\
	:am:hz:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=~^Z:bl=^G:cd=~^X:ce=~^O:cl=~^\:cm=~\021%r%.%.:cr=^M:\
	:dl=~^S:do=~^K:ho=~^R:le=^H:nd=^P:se=~^Y:sf=^J:so=~^_:up=~^L:
# Note: the h1552 appears to be the first Hazeltine terminal which
# is not braindamaged.  It has tildes and backprimes and everything!
# Be sure the auto lf/cr switch is set to cr.
hz1552|hazeltine 1552:\
	:bs:\
	:al=\EE:dl=\EO:do=^J:k1=\EP:k2=\EQ:k3=\ER:l1=blue:l2=red:\
	:l3=green:\
	:tc=vt52:
hz1552-rv|hazeltine 1552 reverse video:\
	:do=^J:se=\ET:so=\ES:tc=hz1552:
# Note: h2000 won't work well because of a clash between upper case and ~'s.
hz2000|hazeltine 2000:\
	:am:bs:nc:\
	:co#74:li#27:\
	:al=~\032:bl=^G:cl=~\034:cm=~\021%r%.%.:dl=~\023:do=^J:\
	:ho=~^R:le=^H:pc=\177:sf=^J:
# Date: Fri Jul 23 10:27:53 1982.  Some unknown person wrote:
# I tested this termcap entry for the Hazeltine Esprit with vi. It seems
# to work ok. There is one problem though if one types a lot of garbage
# characters very fast vi seems not able to keep up and hangs while trying
# to insert. That's in insert mode while trying to insert in the middle of
# a line. It might be because the Esprit doesn't have insert char and delete
# char as a built in function. Vi has to delete to end of line and then 
# redraw the rest of the line.
esprit|Hazeltine Esprit I:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^Z:bl=^G:bt=\E^T:cd=\E^W:ce=\E^O:cl=\E^\:\
	:cm=\E\021%r%.%.:cr=^M:dl=\E^S:do=\E^K:ho=\E^R:is=\E?:\
	:k0=^B0^J:k1=^B1^J:k2=^B2^J:k3=^B3^J:k4=^B4^J:k5=^B5^J:\
	:k6=^B6^J:k7=^B7^J:k8=^B8^J:k9=^B9^J:kb=^H:kd=\E^K:ke=\E>:\
	:kh=\E^R:kl=^H:kr=^P:ks=\E<:ku=\E^L:l0=0:l1=1:l2=2:l3=3:l4=4:\
	:l5=5:l6=6:l7=7:l8=8:l9=9:le=^H:nd=^P:se=\E^Y:sf=^J:so=\E^_:\
	:up=\E^L:
esprit-am|hazeltine esprit auto-margin:\
	:am:tc=esprit:
# Hazeltine Modular-1 from Cliff Shackelton <ittvax!ittral!shackelt> via BRL
# Vi it seems always wants to send a control J for "do" and it turned out
# that the terminal would work somewhat if the auto LF/CR was turned off.
# (hmod1: removed :dn=~^K: -- esr)
hmod1|Hazeltine Modular 1:\
	:am:bs:hz:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=~^Z:bl=^G:bt=~^T:cl=~^\:cm=~\021%r%.%.:cr=^M:dl=~^S:\
	:do=~^K:ho=~^R:kd=~^K:kh=~^R:kl=^H:kr=^P:ku=~^L:le=^H:me=~^Y:\
	:nd=^P:rc=~^Q:sc=~^E:se=~^Y:sf=^J:so=~^_:up=~^L:
#
# Hazeltine Executive 80 Model 30 (1554?)
#	from  Will Martin <control@ALMSA-1.ARPA> via BRL
# Like VT100, except for different "am" behavior.
hazel|exec80|h80|he80|Hazeltine Executive 80:\
	:am:bs:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:bl=^G:cd=50\E[J:ce=3\E[K:cl=50\E[;H\E[2J:\
	:cm=5\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=2\E[5m:md=2\E[1m:me=2\E[m:mr=2\E[7m:\
	:nd=2\E[C:nl=^J:r1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=2\E[m:\
	:so=2\E[7m:sr=5\EM:ta=^I:ue=2\E[m:up=2\E[A:us=2\E[4m:

#### IBM
#

ibm327x|line mode IBM 3270 style:\
	:gn:\
	:ce=^M:cl=^M^J:ho=^M:

# Beware! The 3101 entry IBM shipped with AIX 3 is *wrong*.  Losers...
# From: J.B. Nicholson-Owens <jeffo@uiuc.edu> 8 Mar 94
# (ibm3101: :if=/usr/share/tabset/ibm3101: removed, no such file -- esr)
ibm3101|i3101|IBM 3101-10:\
	:am:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EK:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E1:do=^J:\
	:ho=\EH:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:\
	:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:st=\E0:ta=^I:up=\EA:
#   Received from the IBM terminals division (given to DRB)
#   June 1988 for PS/2 OS 2.2.3 cut
ibm3151|i3151|IBM 3151:\
	:me=\E4@:\
	:se=\E4@:so=\E4A:ue=\E4@:us=\E4B:\
	:tc=ibm3163:
# From: Mark Easter <marke@fsi-ssd.csg.ssd.fsi.com> 29 Oct 1992 
# I've commented out or translated some IBM extensions.
ibm3161|ibm3163|wy60-316X|wyse60-316X|IBM 3161/3163 display:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:F1=\Ek\r:F2=\El\r:F3=\E\041a\r:F4=\E\041b\r:\
	:F5=\E\041c\r:F6=\E\041d\r:F7=\E\041e\r:F8=\E\041f\r:\
	:F9=\E\041g\r:FA=\E\041h\r:FB=\E\041i\r:FC=\E\041j\r:\
	:FD=\E\041k\r:FE=\E\041l\r:\
	:al=\EN:ac=l\354q\361k\353x\370j\352m\355w\367u\365v\366t\364n\356:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EQ:\
	:dl=\EO:do=\EB:ho=\EH:k1=\Ea\r:k2=\Eb\r:k3=\Ec\r:k4=\Ed\r:\
	:k5=\Ee\r:k6=\Ef\r:k7=\Eg\r:k8=\Eh\r:k9=\Ei\r:k;=\Ej\r:\
	:kA=\EN:kB=\E2:kC=\EL\r:kD=\EQ:kE=\EI:kI=\EP \010:kL=\EO:\
	:kS=\EJ:kT=\E0:ka=\E 1:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:kt=\E1:ku=\EA:le=\ED:mb=\E4D:md=\E4H:me=\E4@\E<@:mk=\E4P:\
	:mr=\E4A:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E4@:sf=^J:so=\E4A:te=\E>A:ti=\E>A:ue=\E4@:up=\EA:\
	:us=\E4B:

# How the 3164 sgr string works:
#	%{32}	        # push space for no special video characteristics
#	%?%p2%t%{1}%|%; # if p2 set, then OR the 1 bit for reverse
#	%?%p3%t%{4}%|%; # if p3 set, then OR the 4 bit for blink
#	%?%p4%t%{2}%|%; # if p4 set, then OR the 2 bit for underline
#	%c              # pop Pa1
#	%{39}%p1%-	# calculate 32 + (7 - p1) for foreground
#	%c		# pop Pa2 
#	%{64}		# use only black background for now
#	%c		# pop Pa3
ibm3164|i3164|IBM 3164:\
	:mb=\E4D:md=\E4H:me=\E4@:\
	:tc=ibm3163:

ibmaed|IBM Experimental display:\
	:am:bs:eo:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#52:\
	:al=\EN:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EH\EK:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dc=\EQ:dl=\EO:\
	:do=\EB:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EP:im=:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\E0:nd=\EC:se=\E0:so=\E0:ta=^I:up=\EA:\
	:vb=\EG:
ibm-apl|apl|IBM apl terminal simulator:\
	:li#25:tc=dm1520:
# (ibmmono: this had an unknown `sb' boolean, I changed it to `bs'.  
# Also it had ":I0=f10:" which pretty obviously should be "l0=f10" -- esr)
ibmmono|ibm5151|IBM workstation monochrome:\
	:es:hs:\
	:al=\EL:dl=\EM:ds=\Ej\EY8 \EI\Ek:fs=\Ek:k0=\E<:k1=\ES:\
	:k2=\ET:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:k5=\EW:k6=\EP:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:k9=\EY:\
	:kF=\EE:kI=\200:kN=\EE:kP=\Eg:kR=\EG:kb=^H:kh=\EH:l0=f10:\
	:md=\EZ:me=\Ew\Eq\Ez\EB:mk=\EF\Ef0;\Eb0;:mr=\Ep:se=\Ez:\
	:so=\EZ:sr=\EA:ts=\Ej\EY8%+ \Eo:ue=\Ew:us=\EW:\
	:tc=ibm3101:
ibmega|ibm5154|IBM Enhanced Color Display:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:tc=ibmmono:
ibmega-c|ibm5154-c|IBM Enhanced Color Display:\
	:se=\EB:so=\EF\Ef3;:ue=\EB:us=\EF\Ef2;:tc=ibmmono:
ibmvga-c|IBM VGA display color termcap:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:tc=ibmega-c:
ibmvga|IBM VGA display:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:tc=ibmega:
# ibmapa* and ibmmono entries come from ACIS 4.3 distribution
rtpc|ibmapa16|ibm6155|IBM 6155 Extended Monochrome Graphics Display:\
	:li#32:\
	:ds=\Ej\EY@ \EI\Ek:ts=\Ej\EY@%+ \Eo:tc=ibmmono:
# Advanced Monochrome (6153) and Color (6154) Graphics Display:
ibmapa8c|ibmapa8|ibm6154|ibm6153|IBM 6153/4 Advanced Graphics Display:\
	:li#31:\
	:ds=\Ej\EY? \EI\Ek:ts=\Ej\EY?%+ \Eo:tc=ibmmono:
ibmapa8c-c|ibm6154-c|IBM 6154 Advanced Color Graphics Display:\
	:li#31:\
	:ds=\Ej\EY? \EI\Ek:mh=\EF\Ef7;:ts=\Ej\EY?%+ \Eo:tc=ibmega-c:
# From: Marc Pawliger <marc@ibminet.awdpa.ibm.com>
# also in /usr/lpp/bos/bsdsysadmin.
# (hft-c: this entry had :kb=\E[D:kf=\E[C: on the line with ku/kd/kh; this was
# pretty obviously mislabeled for :le: and :nd:; also ":ul=\E[4m:" was clearly
# a typo for ":us=\E[4m:"; also ":el=\E[K:" was a typo for ":ce=\E[K:".
# I also added <rmam>/<smam> based on the terminal reset string.
# There was an unknown boolean ":ht:" which I assume was meant to set hardware
# tabs, so I have inserted it#8. Finally, :ac=^N: paired with the :ae: looked
# like a typo for :as=^N:; finally, added empty <acsc> to quiet tic -- esr)
ibm8512|ibm8513|hft-c|IBM High Function Terminal:\
	:am:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:ac=:ae=^O:al=\E[L:\
	:as=^N:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dl=\E[M:\
	:dm=\E[4h:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:ed=\E[4l:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\Eb\E[m\017\E[?7h:k0=\E[010q:k1=\E[001q:\
	:k2=\E[002q:k3=\E[003q:k4=\E[004q:k5=\E[005q:k6=\E[006q:\
	:k7=\E[007q:k8=\E[008q:k9=\E[009q:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:r1=\Eb\E[m\017\E[?7h\E[H\E[J:rc=\E[u:sc=\E[s:se=\E[m:\
	:so=\E[7m:te=\E[20h:ti=\E[20;4l\E[?7h\Eb:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
hft|AIWS High Function Terminal:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E6:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=\E6:k1=\E[001q:k2=\E[002q:k3=\E[003q:\
	:k4=\E[004q:k5=\E[005q:k6=\E[006q:k7=\E[007q:k8=\E[008q:\
	:k9=\E[009q:kN=\E[153q:kP=\E[159q:ka=\E[010q:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
ibm-system1|system1|ibm system/1 computer:\
	:am:xt:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^Z:cm=\005%+ %+ :ho=^K:le=^H:nd=^\:sf=^J:up=^^:

# From: <pryor@math.berkeley.edu>
ibm5081|ibmmpel|IBM 5081 1024x1024 256/4096 color display:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#33:\
	:ds=\Ej\EYA \EI\Ek:fs=\Ek:ts=\Ej\EYA%+ \Eo:tc=ibmmono:
ibm5081-c|ibmmpel-c|IBM 5081 1024x1024 256/4096 enhanced color display:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#33:\
	:ds=\Ej\EYA \EI\Ek:fs=\Ek:ts=\Ej\EYA%+ \Eo:tc=ibmega-c:
ibm8514|IBM 8514 color display:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#41:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:ds=\Ej\EYI \EI\Ek:fs=\Ek:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ts=\Ej\EYI%+ \Eo:\
	:tc=ibmega:
ibm8514-c|IBM 8514 color display:\
	:es:hs:\
	:li#41:\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:ds=\Ej\EYI \EI\Ek:fs=\Ek:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
	:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:ts=\Ej\EYI%+ \Eo:\
	:tc=ibmega-c:

#
# AIX entries.  IBM ships these with AIX 3. 
# AIX extension caps are commented out,
# except for box1 which has been translated to an <acsc> string.
#
aixterm-m|IBM AIXterm Monochrome Terminal Emulator:\
	:es:hs:\
	:ac=llqqkkxxjjmmwwuuvvttnn:ds=\E[?E:fs=\E[?F:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[0;10m\E(B:s0=\E(B:s1=\E(0:\
	:sr@:ts=\E[?%dT:\
	:tc=ibm6153:
aixterm-m-old|IBM AIXterm Monochrome Terminal Emulator:\
	:es:hs:\
	:ds=\E[?E:fs=\E[?F:md=\E[1m:\
	:sr@:ts=\E[?%dT:\
	:tc=ibm6153:
jaixterm-m|IBM Kanji AIXterm Monochrome Terminal Emulator:\
	:ac@:\
	:tc=aixterm-m:

#### Infoton/General Terminal Corp.
#

# gt100 sounds like something DEC would come out with.  Let's hope they don't.
i100|gt100|gt100a|General Terminal 100A (formerly Infoton 100):\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\Ef%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dl=\EM:do=^J:ho=\EH:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Ea:sf=^J:so=\Eb:up=\EA:\
	:vb=\Eb\Ea:
i400|infoton 400:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:ce=\E[N:cl=\E[2J:cm=%i\E[%3;%3H:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\E[4h\E[2Q\E[P\E[4l\E[0Q:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ei=\E[4l\E[0Q:im=\E[4h\E[2Q:le=^H:nd=\E[C:sf=^J:up=\E[A:
# (addrinfo: removed obsolete ":bc=^Z:" -- esr)
addrinfo:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^K:cl=^L:cr=^M:\
	:do=^J:ho=^H:le=^Z:ll=^H^\:nd=^Y:sf=^J:up=^\:
# (infoton: used to have the no-ops <lh#0>, <lw#0>, <nlab#0> -- esr)
infoton:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^K:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^Z:ll=^H^\:nd=^Y:sf=^J:\
	:up=^\:

#### Interactive Systems Corp
#
# ISC used to sell OEMed and customized hardware to support ISC UNIX.
# ISC UNIX still exists in 1995, but ISC itself is no more; they got
# bought out by Sun.
#

# From: <cithep!eric>  Wed Sep 16 08:06:44 1981
# (intext: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P^R^L^L ::bc=^_:", also the
# ":le=^_:" later overridden -- esr)
intext|Interactive Systems Corporation modified owl 1200:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\020:bl=^G:bt=^Y:cd=\026J:ce=^Kp^R:cl=\014:\
	:cm=\017%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\022:dl=\021:do=^J:ei=^V<:im=^V;:\
	:ip=:k0=^VJ\r:k1=^VA\r:k2=^VB\r:k3=^VC\r:k4=^VD\r:k5=^VE\r:\
	:k6=^VF\r:k7=^VG\r:k8=^VH\r:k9=^VI\r:kb=^H:kd=^J:ke=^V9:\
	:kh=^Z:kl=^_:kr=^^:ks=\036\072\264\026%:ku=^\:le=^H:nd=^^:\
	:se=^V# :sf=^J:so=^V$\054:ta=^I:up=^\:
intext2|intextii|INTERACTIVE modified owl 1251:\
	:am:bw:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%+^AG:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:k0=\E@\r:k1=\EP\r:k2=\EQ\r:\
	:k3=\ES\r:k4=\ET\r:k5=\EU\r:k6=\EV\r:k7=\EW\r:k8=\EX\r:\
	:k9=\EY\r:kb=^H:kd=\EB\r:kh=\ER\r:kl=\ED\r:kr=\EC\r:\
	:ku=\EA\r:l0=REFRSH:l1=DEL CH:l2=TABSET:l3=GOTO:l4=+PAGE:\
	:l5=+SRCH:l6=-PAGE:l7=-SRCH:l8=LEFT:l9=RIGHT:nd=\E[C:\
	:se=\E[2 D:sf=\E[S:so=\E[6 D:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:ue=\E[2 D:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[18 D:\
	:vb=\E[;;;;;;;;;2;;u\E[;;;;;;;;;1;;u:

#### Kimtron (abm, kt)
#
# Kimtron entries include (undocumented) codes for: enter dim mode,
# enter bold mode, enter reverse mode, turn off all attributes.
#

# Kimtron ABM 85 added by Dual Systems
# (abm85: removed duplicated ":kd=^J:" -- esr)
abm85|Kimtron ABM 85:\
	:am:bs:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=\EQ:\
	:is=\EC\EX\Eg\En\E%\Er\E(\Ek\Em\Eq:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^^:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:se=\Ek:so=\Ej:ta=^I:ue=\Em:\
	:up=^K:us=\El:
# Kimtron ABM 85H added by Dual Systems.
# Some notes about the abm85h entries:
# 1) there are several firmware revs of 85H in the world. Use abm85h-old for
#    firmware revs prior to SP51
# 2) Make sure to use abm85h entry if the terminal is in 85h mode and the
#    abm85e entry if it is in tvi920 emulation mode. They are incompatible
#    in some places and NOT software settable i.e., :is: can't fix it)
# 3) In 85h mode, the arrow keys and special functions transmit when
#    the terminal is in dup-edit, and work only locally in local-edit.
#    Vi won't swallow `del char' for instance, but :ti: turns on
#    dup-edit anyway so that the arrow keys will work right. If the
#    arrow keys don't work the way you like, change :ti:, :te:, and
#    :is:.  Note that 920E mode does not have software commands to toggle
#    between dup and local edit, so you get whatever was set last on the
#    terminal.
# 4) :vb: attribute is nice, but seems too slow to work correctly
#    (\Eb:pc:\Ed)
# 5) Make sure `hidden' attributes are selected. If `embedded' attributes
#    are selected, the <xmc@> entry should be removed.
# 6) auto new-line should be on (selectable from setup mode only)
#
# From: Erik Fair <fair@ucbarpa>  Sun Oct 27 07:21:05 1985
abm85h|Kimtron ABM 85H native mode:\
	:hs:\
	:sg@:\
	:bl=^G:ds=\Ee:fs=^M:im=\EZ:\
	:is=\EC\EN\EX\024\016\EA\Ea\E%\E9\Ee\Er\En\E"\E}\E'\E(\Ef\r\EG0\Ed\E.4\El:\
	:kd=^V:me=\E(\EG0:mh=\E):mk@:ts=\Eg\Ef:vb@:ve=\E.4:vs=\E.2:\
	:me=\EG0:mk=\EG1:mr=\EG4:se=\EG0:so=\EG4:ue=\EG0:us=\EG8:\
	:tc=abm85:
abm85e|Kimtron ABM 85H in 920E mode:\
	:sg@:\
	:bl=^G:im=\EZ:\
	:is=\EC\EX\EA\E%\E9\Ee\Er\En\E"\E}\E'\E(\Ef\r\Ek\Eq\Em:\
	:me=\E(\Ek:mh=\E):mr=\Ej:vb@:\
	:tc=abm85:
abm85h-old|oabm85h|o85h|Kimtron ABM 85H with old firmware rev.:\
	:sg@:\
	:bl=^G:im=\EZ:\
	:is=\E}\EC\EX\Ee\En\E%\Er\E(\Ek\Em\Eq\Ed\ET\EC\E9\EF:\
	:me=\E(\Ek:mh=\E):mr=\Ej:\
	:tc=abm85:
# From: <malman@bbn-vax.arpa>
# (kt7: removed obsolete :ma=^V^J^L :" -- esr)
kt7|kimtron model kt-7:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:\
	:dl=\ER:do=^V:ei=:fs=\Eg:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/stdcrt:im=:is=\El\E":k0=^AI\r:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kC=^Z:kD=\EW:\
	:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=^V:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:nd=^L:ta=^I:ts=\Ef:up=^K:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# Renamed TB=^I to :ta:, BE=^G to :bl:, BS=^H to :kb:, N to :kS: (based on the
# other kt7 entry and the adjacent key capabilities).  Removed EE which is
# identical to :mh:.  Removed :ES=\EGD: which is some kind of highlight
# but we can't figure out what.
kt7ix|kimtron model kt-7 or 70 in IX mode:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:@7=\EY:PU=\EK:ac=lZm@k?jYt4uCvAwBqDx3nE:ae=\E%:al=\EE:\
	:as=\E$:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^V:ds=\Ef\r:ei=:fs=^M:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:\
	:im=:is=\EG0\E s\017\E~:k0=^AI\r:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:\
	:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:\
	:k9=^AH\r:kA=\EE:kB=\EI:kC=\E*:kE=\ET:kI=\EQ:kL=\ER:kN=\EJ:\
	:kS=\EY:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=^^:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\EG2:me=\EG0:mh=\EG@:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:se=\EG0:sf=^J:\
	:so=\EG4:ta=^I:ts=\Ef:ue=\EG0:up=^K:us=\EG8:ve=\E.3:vi=\E.0:

#### Microdata/MDIS
#
# This was a line of terminals made by McDonnell-Douglas Information Systems.
# These entries come direct from MDIS documentation.  I have edited them only
# to move primary names of the form p[0-9] * to aliases, and to comment out
# :ae:/:as: in a couple of entries without <acsc> strings.  I have 
# also removed the change history; the last version indicates this is
# version 4.3 by A.Barkus, September 1990 (earliest entry is October 1989).
#

# McDonnell Information Systems Terminal Family History
# =========================================
#
# Prism-1, Prism-2 and P99:
#       Ancient Microdata and CMC terminals, vaguely like Adds Regent 25.
#
# Prism-4 and Prism-5:
#       Slightly less ancient range of Microdata terminals. Follow-on from
#       Prism-2, but with many enhancements. P5 has eight display pages.
#
# Prism-6:
#       A special terminal for use with library systems, primarily in Germany.
#       Limited numbers. Similar functionality to P5 (except attributes?).
#
# Prism-7, Prism-8 and Prism-9:
#       More recent range of MDIS terminals, in which P7 and P8
#       replace the P4 & P5, with added functionality, and P9 is the flagship.
#       The P9 has two emulation modes - P8 and ANSI - and includes a
#       large number of the DEC VT220 control sequences. Both
#       P8 and P9 support 80c/24ln/8pg and 132cl/24li/4pg formats.
#
# Prism-12 and Prism-14:
#       Latest range, functionally very similar to the P9.  The P14 has a
#       black-on-white overscanning screen.
#
# The terminfo definitions given here are:
#
# p2      - Prism-2 (or Prism-1 or P99).
#
# p4      - Prism-4 (and older P7s & P8s).
# p5      - Prism-5 (or Prism-6).
#
# p7      - Prism-7.
# p8      - Prism-8 (in national or multinational mode).
# p8-w    - 132 column version of p8.
# p9      - Prism-9 in ANSI mode.
# p9-w    - 132 column version of p9.
# p9-8    - Prism-9 in Prism-8 emulation mode.
# p9-8-w  - As p9-8, but with 132 columns.
#
# p12     - Prism-12 in ANSI mode.
# p12-w   - 132 column version of p12.
# p12-m   - Prism-12 in MDC emulation mode.
# p12-m-w - As p12-m, but with 132 columns.
# p14     - Prism-14 in ANSI mode.
# p14-w   - 132 column version of p14.
# p14-m   - Prism-14 in MDC emulation mode.
# p14-m-w - As p14-m, but with 132 columns.
#
# p2: Prism-2
# -----------
#
# Includes Prism-1 and basic P99 without SP or MP loaded.
# The simplest form of Prism-type terminal.
# Basic cursor movement and clearing operations only.
# No video attributes.
# Notes:
#  Horizontal cursor qualifiers of NUL, XON and XOFF are mapped to the next
#  value up, followed by backspace.
#
P2|MDC Prism-2:\
	:am:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:\
	:cl=\014:\
	:cr=^M:cv=\013%+ :do=^J:ho=^A:kb=^H:kh=^A:le=^H:nd=^F:sf=^J:\
	:up=^Z:

# p4: Prism-4
# -----------
#
# Includes early versions of P7 & P8.
# Basic family definition for most Prisms (except P2 and P9 ANSI).
# Notes:
#  Horizontal cursor qualifiers of NUL, XON and XOFF are mapped to the next
#  value up, followed by backspace.
#  Cursor key definitions removed because they interfere with vi and csh keys.
#
prism4|p4|P4|MDC Prism-4:\
	:5i:am:bw:hs:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:ws#72:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:\
	:cl=\014:\
	:cr=^M:cv=\013%+ :do=^J:ds=\035\343\035\345:fs=^]\345:\
	:ho=^A^J:kb=^H:kh=^A:le=^H:mb=^CB:me=^C :mh=^CA:mk=^CH:\
	:mr=^CD:nd=^F:pf=\ET:po=\ER:ps=\EU:\
	:se=^C :sf=^J:so=^CD:ts=^]\343:ue=^C :up=^Z:us=^CP:\
	:ve=^]\342:vi=^]\344:

# p5: Prism-5
# -----------
#
# Same definition as p4. Includes Prism-6 (not tested!).
# Does not use any multi-page features.
#
prism5|p5|P5|MDC Prism-5:\
	:tc=p4:

# p7: Prism-7
# -----------
#
# Similar definition to p4. Uses ANSI cursor motion to avoid network problems.
# Notes:
#  Use p4 for very early models of P7.
#  Rev-index removed; can't send nulls to terminal in 8-bit modes.
#
prism7|p7|P7|MDC Prism-7:\
	:ch@:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cv@:tc=p4:

# p8: Prism-8
# -----------
#
# Similar definition to p7. Uses ANSI cursor motion to avoid network problems.
# Supports national and multinational character sets.
# Notes:
#  Alternate char set operations only work in multinational mode.
#  Use p4 for very early models of P8.
#  Rev-index removed; can't send nulls to terminal in 8-bit modes.
# (esr: commented out :as:/:ae: because there's no <acsc>)
#
prism8|p8|P8|MDC Prism-8:\
	:ch=\E[%i%d`:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cv=\E[%i%dd:is=\E[<12h:tc=p4:

# p8-w: Prism-8 in 132 column mode
# --------------------------------
#
# 'Wide' version of p8.
# Notes:
#  Rev-index removed; can't send nulls to terminal in 8-bit modes.
#
prism8-w|p8-w|P8-W|MDC Prism-8 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\E[<12h\E[<14h:tc=p8:

# p9: Prism-9 in ANSI mode
# -------------------------
#
# The "flagship" model of this generation of terminals.
# ANSI X3.64 (ISO 6429) standard sequences, plus many DEC VT220 ones.
# Notes:
#  Tabs only reset by "reset". Otherwise assumes default (8 cols).
#  Fixes to deal with terminal firmware bugs:
#  . 'ri' uses insert-line since rev index doesn't always
#  . 'sgr0' has extra '0' since esc[m fails
#  . 'fsl' & 'dsl' use illegal char since cr is actioned wrong on line 25
#  Not covered in the current definition:
#  . Labels
#  . Programming Fn keys
#  . Graphic characters (defaults correctly to vt100)
#  . Padding values (sets xon)
# (esr: commented out :as:/:ae: because there's no <acsc>)
#
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
prism9|p9|P9|MDC Prism-9 in ANSII mode:\
	:5i:am:bw:hs:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:ws#72:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[23~:\
	:F2=\E[24~:F3=\E[25~:F4=\E[26~:F5=\E[28~:F6=\E[29~:\
	:F7=\E[31~:F8=\E[32~:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%i%d`:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%d%%v:ct=\E[2g:\
	:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ds=\E[%}\024:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:ei=\E[4l:fs=^T:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:is=\E[&p\E[<12l\E F:\
	:k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:k;=\E[21~:kC=^L:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0m:mp=\E[32%{:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=^M^J:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:ps=\E[i:\
	:r2=\E[&p\E[<12l\E F\E[3g\E[9;17;25;33;41;49;57;65;73 N:\
	:rc=\E[%z:rp=\E[%r%db%.:sc=\E[%y:se=\E[27m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\E[L:st=\EH:ta=^I:ts=\E[%i%d%%}:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[<4h:vi=\E[<4l:

# p9-w: Prism-9 in 132 column mode
# --------------------------------
#
# 'Wide' version of p9.
#
prism9-w|p9-w|P9-W|MDC Prism-9 in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\E[&p\E[<12l\E F\E[<14h:\
	:r2=\E[&p\E[<12l\E F\E[<14h:tc=p9:

# p9-8: Prism-9 in P8 mode
# ------------------------
#
# P9 terminal in P8 emulation mode.
# Similar to p8 definition.
# Insertion and deletion operations possible.
#
prism9-8|p9-8|P9-8|MDC Prism-9 in P8 mode:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:al=\E[L:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:tc=p8:

# p9-8-w: Prism-9 in P8 and 132 column modes
# ------------------------------------------
#
# P9 terminal in P8 emulation mode and 132 column mode.
#
prism9-8-w|p9-8-w|P9-8-W|MDC Prism-9 in Prism 8 emulation and 132 column mode:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:IC=\E[%d@:al=\E[L:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:tc=p8-w:

# p12: Prism-12 in ANSI mode
# ---------------------------
#
# See p9 definition.
#
prism12|p12|P12|MDC Prism-12 in ANSI mode:\
	:tc=p9:

# p12-w: Prism-12 in 132 column mode
# ----------------------------------
#
# 'Wide' version of p12.
#
prism12-w|p12-w|P12-W|MDC Prism-12 in 132 column mode:\
	:tc=p9-w:

# p12-m: Prism-12 in MDC emulation mode
# -------------------------------------
#
# P12 terminal in MDC emulation mode.
# Similar to p8 definition.
# Insertion and deletion operations possible.
#
prism12-m|p12-m|P12-M|MDC Prism-12 in MDC emulation mode:\
	:tc=p9-8:

# p12-m-w: Prism-12 in MDC emulation and 132 column modes
# -------------------------------------------------------
#
# P12 terminal in MDC emulation mode and 132 column mode.
#
prism12-m-w|p12-m-w|P12-M-W|MDC Prism-12 in MDC emulation and 132 column mode:\
	:tc=p9-8-w:

# p14: Prism-14 in ANSII mode
# ---------------------------
#
# See p9 definition.
#
prism14|p14|P14|MDC Prism-14 in ANSII mode:\
	:tc=p9:

# p14-w: Prism-14 in 132 column mode
# ----------------------------------
#
# 'Wide' version of p14.
#
prism14-w|p14-w|P14-W|MDC Prism-14 in 132 column mode:\
	:tc=p9-w:

# p14-m: Prism-14 in MDC emulation mode
# -------------------------------------
#
# P14 terminal in MDC emulation mode.
# Similar to p8 definition.
# Insertion and deletion operations possible.
#
prism14-m|p14-m|P14-M|MDC Prism-14 in MDC emulation mode:\
	:tc=p9-8:

# p14-m-w: Prism-14 in MDC emulation and 132 column modes
# -------------------------------------------------------
#
# P14 terminal in MDC emulation mode and 132 column mode.
#
prism14-m-w|p14-m-w|P14-M-W|MDC Prism-14 in MDC emulation and 132 column mode:\
	:tc=p9-8-w:

# End of McDonnell Information Systems Prism definitions

# These things were popular in the Pick database community at one time
# From: George Land <georgeland@aol.com> 24 Sep 1996
p8gl|prism8gl|McDonnell-Douglas Prism-8 alternate definition:\
	:am:bw:hs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:ma#1:sg#1:ug#1:ws#78:\
	:F2=^AJ\r:F3=^AK\r:F4=^AL\r:F5=^AM\r:F6=^AN\r:F7=^AO\r:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc= ^H:\
	:dl=^P:do=^J:ho=^A:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:\
	:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:k;=^AI\r:\
	:kD= ^H:kE=\EK:kL=^P:kS=\EJ:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^A:kl=^U:kr=^F:\
	:ku=^Z:l1=F1:l2=F2:l3=F3:l4=F4:l5=F5:l6=F6:l7=F7:l8=F8:l9=F9:\
	:la=F10:le=^U:mb=^CB:me=^C :mh=^CA:mk=^CH:mr=^CD:nd=^F:\
	:nw=^J^M:pc=\200:se=^C :sf=^J:so=^CE:ue=^C :up=^Z:us=^C0:

#### Microterm (act, mime)
#
# The mime1 entries refer to the Microterm Mime I or Mime II.
# The default mime is assumed to be in enhanced act iv mode.
#

# New "safe" cursor movement (5/87) from <reuss@umd5.umd.edu>.  Prevents
# freakout with out-of-range args on Sytek multiplexors.  No :so=^N: and
# :se=^N: since  it gets confused and it's too dim anyway.  No :ic:
# since Sytek insists ^S means xoff.
# (act4: found ":ic=2^S:ei=:im=:ip=.1*^V:" commented out in 8.3 -- esr)
act4|microterm|microterm act iv:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=2.3*\001<2.3*/>:bl=^G:cd=2.2*\037:ce=.1*\036:\
	:cl=12\014:cm=\024%+^X%>/0%+P:cr=^M:dc=.1*\004:\
	:dl=2.3*\027:do=^K:ho=^]:kd=^K:kl=^H:kr=^X:ku=^Z:le=^H:nd=^X:\
	:sf=^J:up=^Z:
# The padding on :sr: and :ta: for act5 and mime is a guess and not final.
# The act 5 has hardware tabs, but they are in columns 8, 16, 24, 32, 41 (!)...
# (microterm5: removed obsolete ":ma==^Z^P^Xl^Kj:" -- esr)
act5|microterm5|microterm act v:\
	:kd=^K:kl=^H:kr=^X:ku=^Z:sr=\EH:uc=^H\EA:tc=act4:
# Mimes using brightness for standout.  Half bright is really dim unless
# you turn up the brightness so far that lines show up on the screen.
mime-fb|full bright mime1:\
	:is=^S\E:se=^S:so=^Y:tc=mime:
mime-hb|half bright mime1:\
	:is=^Y\E:se=^Y:so=^S:tc=mime:
# (mime: removed obsolete ":ma=^X ^K^J^Z^P:"; removed ":do=^K:" that overrode
# the more plausible ":do=^J:" -- esr)
# uc was at one time disabled to get around a curses bug, be wary of it
mime|mime1|mime2|mimei|mimeii|microterm mime1:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#9:\
	:al=\001:bl=^G:cd=^_:ce=^^:cl=^]^C:cm=\024%+^X%> 0%+P:\
	:cr=^M:dl=\027:do=^J:ho=^]:is=^S\E^Q:kd=^K:kl=^H:kr=^X:ku=^Z:\
	:le=^H:nd=^X:sf=^J:sr=\022:ta=\011:uc=^U:up=^Z:
# These termcaps (for mime2a) put the terminal in low intensity mode
# since high intensity mode is so obnoxious.
mime2a-s|microterm mime2a (emulating an enhanced soroc iq120):\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\001:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EL:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\ED:dl=\027:do=^J:ei=^Z:ho=^^:im=\EE:ip=:is=\E):kd=^J:\
	:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:se=\E;:sf=^J:so=\E\072:sr=\EI:\
	:ue=\E7:up=\EI:us=\E6:
# This is the preferred mode (but ^X can't be used as a kill character)
mime2a|mime2a-v|microterm mime2a (emulating an enhanced vt52):\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\001:bl=^G:cd=\EQ:ce=\EP:cl=\EL:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=^N:dl=\027:do=^J:ei=^Z:ho=\EH:im=^O:ip=:is=^Y:kd=\EB:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\E9:sf=^J:so=\E8:\
	:sr=\EA:ta=^I:ue=\E5:up=\EA:us=\E4:
# (mime3a: removed obsolete ":ma=^X ^K^J^Z^P:" -- esr)
mime3a|mime1 emulating 3a:\
	:am@:\
	:kd=^K:kl=^H:kr=^X:ku=^Z:tc=adm3a:
mime3ax|mime-3ax|mime1 emulating enhanced 3a:\
	:it#8:\
	:al=\001:cd=^_:ce=^X:dl=\027:ta=\011:tc=mime3a:
# Wed Mar  9 18:53:21 1983
# We run our terminals at 2400 baud, so there might be some timing problems at
# higher speeds. The major improvements in this model are the terminal now 
# scrolls down and insert mode works without redrawing the rest of the line
# to the right of the cursor. This is done with a bit of a kludge using the
# exit graphics mode to get out of insert, but it does not appear to hurt
# anything when using vi at least. If you have some users using act4s with
# programs that use curses and graphics mode this could be a problem.
mime314|mm314|mime 314:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=^A:cd=^_:ce=^^:cl=^L:cm=\024%.%.:dc=^D:dl=^W:ei=^V:ho=^]:\
	:im=^S:kd=^K:kl=^H:kr=^X:ku=^Z:le=^H:nd=^X:ta=^I:up=^Z:
# Microterm mime 340 from University of Wisconsin
mm340|mime340|mime 340:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=46\EU:cd=2*\037:ce=2.1\EL:cl=12\032:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=2.1*\E#:dl=49.6\EV:do=^J:is=\E\054:kb=^H:kd=^J:\
	:kl=^H:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^K:
# This came from University of Wisconsin marked "astro termcap for jooss".
# (mt4520-rv: removed obsolete ":kn#4:" and incorrect ":ri=\E[C:";
# also added <rmam>/<smam> based  on the init string -- esr)
mt4520-rv|micro-term 4520 reverse video:\
	:am:hs:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:ws#80:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[g:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:\
	:fs=\E[?5l\E[?5h:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:is=\E(B\E[2l\E>\E[20l\E[?3l\E[?5h\E[?7h\E[1;24r\E[24;1H\E[H\E[J:\
	:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:ll=\E[24;1H:me=\E[m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:r1=\E(B\E[2l\E>\E[20l\E[?3l\E[?5h\E[?7h\E[H\E[J:\
	:rc=\E8:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=\E[0m:\
	:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ts=\E[25;1H:ue=\E[24m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:ve=\E[0V\E8:\
	:vs=\E7\E[0U:

# Fri Aug  5 08:11:57 1983
# This entry works for the ergo 4000 with the following setups:
# ansi,wraparound,newline disabled, xon/xoff disabled in both
# setup a & c.
#	
# WARNING!!! There are multiple versions of ERGO 4000 microcode
# Be advised that very early versions DO NOT WORK RIGHT !!  
# Microterm does have a ROM exchange program- use it or lose big
# (ergo400: added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
ergo4000|microterm ergo 4000:\
	:da:db:ms:\
	:co#80:li#66:\
	:AL=\E[1L:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7m:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E=\E[?1l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\E[B:ke=\E=:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:l1=pf1:l2=pf2:l3=pf3:l4=pf4:le=^H:me=\E[m:\
	:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

#### NCR 
#
# NCR's terminal group was merged with AT&T's when AT&T bought the company.
# For what happened to that group, see the ADDS section.
#
# There is an NCR4103 terminal that's just a re-badged Wyse-50.
#

# NCR7900 DIP switches:
#
# Switch A:
# 1-4 - Baud Rate
# 5   - Parity (Odd/Even)
# 6   - Don't Send or Do Send Spaces
# 7   - Parity Enable
# 8   - Stop Bits (One/Two)
# 
# Switch B:
# 1   - Upper/Lower Shift
# 2   - Typewriter Shift
# 3   - Half Duplex / Full Duplex
# 4   - Light/Dark Background
# 5-6 - Carriage Return Without / With Line Feed
# 7   - Extended Mode
# 8   - Suppress Keyboard Display
# 
# Switch C:
# 1   - End of line entry disabled/enabled
# 2   - Conversational mode / (Local?) Mode
# 3   - Control characters displayed / not displayed
# 4   - (2-wire?) / 4-wire communications
# 5   - RTS on and off for each character
# 6   - (50Hz?) / 60 Hz
# 7   - Exit after level zero diagnostics
# 8   - RS-232 interface
# 
# Switch D:
# 1   - Reverse Channel (yes / no)
# 2   - Manual answer (no / yes)
# 3-4 - Cursor appearance
# 5   - Communication Rate
# 6   - Enable / Disable EXT turnoff
# 7   - Enable / Disable CR turnoff
# 8   - Enable / Disable backspace
#
# From <root@goliath.un.atlantaga.NCR.COM>, init string hacked by SCO.
ncr7900i|ncr7900|ncr 7900 model 1:\
	:am:bw:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\E1%r%.%.:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\E0@\010\E3\E4\E7:kd=^J:kh=^A:kl=^U:kr=^F:ku=^Z:le=^H:\
	:ll=^A:mb=\E0B:me=\E0@:mh=\E0A:mr=\E0P:nd=^F:pf=^T:po=^R:\
	:se=\E0@:sf=^J:so=\E0Q:ue=\E0@:up=^Z:us=\E0`:
ncr7900iv|ncr 7900 model 4:\
	:am:bw:es:hs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^N:bl=^G:cl=^L:cm=\013%+@\E\005%02:cr=^M:dl=\E^O:\
	:do=^J:ds=\Ey1:fs=\Ek\Ey5:ho=\013@\E^E00:k1=\ES:k2=\ET:\
	:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:k5=\EW:k6=\EP:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:kb=^H:kd=\EB:\
	:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l6=blue:l7=red:l8=white:le=^H:\
	:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ts=\Ej\Ex5\Ex1\EY8%+ \Eo:
ncr7901|ncr 7901 model:\
	:am:bw:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\Ek:ce=\EK:ch=\020%+^J:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:cv=\013%+@:do=^J:is=\E4^O:kC=^L:kd=^J:kh=^H:kl=^U:kr=^F:\
	:ku=^Z:le=^H:ll=^A:mb=\E0B:me=^O:mh=\E0A:mr=\E0P:nd=^F:pf=^T:\
	:po=^R:\
	:se=^O:sf=^J:so=\E0Q\016:ue=^O:up=^Z:us=\E0`\016:ve=^X:\
	:vi=^W:

#### Perkin-Elmer (Owl)
#
# These are official terminfo entries from within Perkin-Elmer.
#

bantam|pe550|pe6100|perkin elmer 550:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:ce=\EI:cl=\EK:cm=\EX%+ \EY%+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\EH:\
	:le=^H:ll=\EH\EA:nd=\EC:sf=^J:up=\EA:
fox|pe1100|perkin elmer 1100:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EX%+ \EY%+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\E3:do=^J:ho=\EH:le=^H:ll=\EH\EA:nd=\EC:sf=^J:st=\E1:\
	:up=\EA:vb=\020\002\020\003:
owl|pe1200|perkin elmer 1200:\
	:am:bs:in:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EX%+ \EY%+ :\
	:cr=^M:ct=\E3:dc=\EO:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EN:im=:ip=:\
	:k0=\ERJ:k1=\ERA:k2=\ERB:k3=\ERC:k4=\ERD:k5=\ERE:k6=\ERF:\
	:k7=\ERG:k8=\ERH:k9=\ERI:kb=^H:le=^H:ll=\EH\EA:\
	:me=\E\041\200:nd=\EC:se=\E\041\200:sf=^J:so=\E\041^H:\
	:st=\E1:up=\EA:vb=\020\002\020\003:
pe1251|pe6300|pe6312|perkin elmer 1251:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:pb#300:sg#1:vt#8:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EK:cm=\EX%+ \EY%+ :cr=^M:ct=\E3:\
	:do=\EB:ho=\EH:k0=\ERA:k1=\ERB:k2=\ERC:k3=\ERD:k4=\ERE:\
	:k5=\ERF:k6=\ERG:k7=\ERH:k8=\ERI:k9=\ERJ:k;=\ERK:le=\ED:\
	:nd=\EC:sf=^J:st=\E1:up=\EA:
# (pe7000m: this had
# 	rmul=\E!\0, smul=\E!\040, 
# which is probably wrong, it collides with kf0
pe7000m|perkin elmer 7000 series monochrome monitor:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:bt=\E\041Y:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EK:cm=\ES%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:do=\EB:ho=\EH:i1=\E\041\200\EW  7o\Egf\ES7 :\
	:k0=\E\041\200:k1=\E\041^A:k2=\E\041^B:k3=\E\041^C:\
	:k4=\E\041^D:k5=\E\041^E:k6=\E\041^F:k7=\E\041^G:\
	:k8=\E\041^H:k9=\E\041^I:k;=\E\041^J:kb=^H:kd=\E\041U:\
	:kh=\E\041S:kl=\E\041V:kr=\E\041W:ku=\E\041T:le=\ED:\
	:ll=\ES7 :nd=\EC:sf=^J:sr=\ER:up=\EA:
pe7000c|perkin elmer 7000 series colour monitor:\
	:i1=\E\041\200\EW  7o\Egf\Eb0\Ec7\ES7 :se=\Eb0:so=\Eb2:\
	:ue=\E\041\200:us=\E\041 :\
	:tc=pe7000m:

#### Sperry Univac
#
# Sperry Univac has merged with Burroughs to form Unisys.
#

# This entry is for the Sperry UTS30 terminal running the TTY 
# utility under control of CP/M Plus 1R1. The functionality 
# provided is comparable to the DEC vt100.
# (uts30: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
uts30|sperry uts30 with cp/m@1R1:\
	:am:bw:hs:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#40:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7m:SF=\E[%dB:\
	:SR=\E[%dA:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\Ed:al=\EN:as=\EF:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\EU%+ %+ :dc=\EM:dl=\EL:do=\EB:\
	:ei=:fs=^M:ho=\E[H:ic=\EO:im=:is=\E[U 7\E[24;1H:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EOB:kh=\E[H:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\EC:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\EX:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\EW:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EI:ta=^I:ts=\E]:uc=\EPB:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:ve=\ES:vi=\ER:

#### Tandem
#
# Tandem builds these things for use with its line of fault-tolerant
# transaction-processing computers.  They aren't generally available
# on the merchant market, and so are fairly uncommon.
#

tandem6510|adm3a repackaged by Tandem:\
	:tc=adm3a:

# A funny series of terminal that TANDEM uses.  The actual model numbers
# have a fourth digit after 653 that designates minor variants.  These are
# natively block-mode and rather ugly, but they have a character mode which
# this doubtless(?) exploits.  There is a 6520 that is slightly dumber.
# (tandem653: had ":sb=\ES:", probably someone's mistake for sf; also,
# removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/tandem653:, no such file -- esr)
tandem653|t653x|Tandem 653x multipage terminal:\
	:am:bs:da:db:hs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:ws#64:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EI:cm=\023%+ %+ :do=^J:ds=\Eo\r:fs=^M:\
	:ho=\EH:le=^H:me=\E6 :nd=\EC:se=\E6 :sf=\ES:so=\E6$:sr=\ET:\
	:ts=\Eo:ue=\E6 :up=\EA:us=\E60:

#### Tandy/Radio Shack
#
# Tandy has a line of VDTs distinct from its microcomputers.
#

dmterm|deskmate terminal:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EP:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\Ej:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\ES:dl=\ER:do=\EB:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EQ:im=:k0=\E1:k1=\E2:\
	:k2=\E3:k3=\E4:k4=\E5:k5=\E6:k6=\E7:k7=\E8:k8=\E9:k9=\E0:\
	:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l0=f1:l1=f2:l2=f3:l3=f4:\
	:l4=f5:l5=f6:l6=f7:l7=f8:l8=f9:l9=f10:le=^H:ll=\EE:mk@:nd=\EC:\
	:sf=\EX:ta=^I:ue@:up=\EA:us@:ve=\EG6:vi=\EG5:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
dt100|dt-100|Tandy DT-100 terminal:\
	:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:ac=kkllmmjjnnwwvvttuuqqxx:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\010\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%2;%2r:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:\
	:im=:is=\E[?3l\E(B:k1=\E[?3i:k2=\E[2i:k3=\E[@:k4=\E[M:\
	:k5=\E[17~:k6=\E[18~:k7=\E[19~:k8=\E[20~:k9=\E[21~:\
	:k;=\E[?5i:kN=\E[29~:kP=\E[28~:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:l1=f1:l2=f2:l3=f3:l4=f4:l5=f5:l6=f6:l7=f7:\
	:l8=f8:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
dt100w|dt-100w|Tandy DT-100 terminal (wide mode):\
	:co#132:tc=dt100:
dt110|Tandy DT-110 emulating ansi:\
	:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:@7=\E[K:ac=kkllmmjjnnwwvvuuttqqxx:ae=\E(B:al=\E[0L:as=\E(0:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\010\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[0P:dl=\E[0M:do=\E[0B:\
	:eA=\E(B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[0@:im=:is=\E[?3l\E(B:\
	:k1=\E[1~:k2=\E[2~:k3=\E[3~:k4=\E[4~:k5=\E[5~:k6=\E[6~:\
	:k7=\E[7~:k8=\E[8~:k9=\E[9~:k;=\E[10~:kI=\E[@:kN=\E[26~:\
	:kP=\E[25~:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[G:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:l0=f1:\
	:l1=f2:l2=f3:l3=f4:l4=f5:l5=f6:l6=f7:l7=f8:l8=f9:l9=f10:le=^H:\
	:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[0A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:
pt210|TRS-80 PT-210 printing terminal:\
	:hc:os:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:sf=^J:
# From
# http://www.ordersomewherechaos.com/rosso/fetish/m102/web100/docs/termcap.html
# via Christian Biere <christianbiere@gmx.de>
# Termcap for the radio shack model 100 computer running its built-in
# terminal emulator. The termcap entry was prepared at Microsoft as was
# the model 100's standard software.
# escape A cursor up
# escape B cursor down
# escape C cursor right
# escape D cursor left
# escape E clear screen and home cursor
# e      H home cursor
# e      J erase to end of screen
# e      K erase to end of line
# e      L insert line
# e      M delete line
# e      P turn off cursor
# e      Q turn on cursor
# e      T set system line?
# e      U reset system line?
# e      V turn off LCD ?
# e      W turn on LCD ?
# e      Y row/col cursor motion
# e      j clear screen don't move cursor
# e      l erase line   don't move cursor
# e      p begin rev video
# e      q end rev video
# e      del change char under cursor to space
m10|m100|trs100|TRS100|radio shack model 100:\
	:am:bs:le=^H:li#8:co#40:\
	:ku=^^:kd=^_:kl=^]:kr=^\:up=\EA:nd=\EC:ho=\EH:ce=\EK:\
	:cd=\EJ:cl=\EE:xt:cm=\EY%+ %+ :\
	:so=\Ep:se=\Eq:al=\EL:dl=\EM:
m100v|radio shack model 100 with video:\
	:co#80:do=^_:is=\ED:le=^]:li#24:nd:^\:sr=\EI:up=^^:tc=m100:
m200|trs200|TRS200|radio shack model 200:\
	:am:bs:le=^H:li#16:co#40:\
	:ku=^^:kd=^_:kl=^]:kr=^\:up=\EA:nd=\EC:ho=\EH:ce=\EK:\
	:cd=\EJ:cl=\EE:xt:cm=\EY%+ %+ :\
	:so=\Ep:se=\Eq:al=\EL:dl=\EM:

#### Tektronix (tek)
#
# Tektronix tubes are graphics terminals.  Most of them use modified 
# oscilloscope technology incorporating a long-persistence green phosphor,
# and support vector graphics on a main screen with an attached "dialogue
# area" for interactive text.
#

tek|tek4012|tektronix 4012:\
	:bs:os:\
	:co#75:li#35:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\E\014:cr=^M:do=^J:ff=\014:is=\E^O:le=^H:
# (tek4013: added <acsc> to suppress tic warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
tek4013|tektronix 4013:\
	:ac=:ae=\E^O:as=\E^N:tc=tek4012:
tek4014|tektronix 4014:\
	:co#81:li#38:\
	:is=\E\017\E9:tc=tek4012:
# (tek4015: added <acsc> to suppress tic warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
tek4015|tektronix 4015:\
	:ac=:ae=\E^O:as=\E^N:tc=tek4014:
tek4014-sm|tektronix 4014 in small font:\
	:co#121:li#58:\
	:is=\E\017\E\072:tc=tek4014:
# (tek4015-sm: added <acsc> to suppress tic warnings re :as:/:ae: --esr)
tek4015-sm|tektronix 4015 in small font:\
	:ac=:ae=\E^O:as=\E^N:tc=tek4014-sm:
# Tektronix 4023 from Andrew Klossner <orca!andrew.tektronix@csnet-relay>
#
# You need to have "stty nl2" in effect.  Some versions of tset(1) know
# how to set it for you.
#
# It's got the Magic Cookie problem around stand-out mode.  If you can't
# live with Magic Cookie, remove the :so: and :se: fields and do without
# reverse video.  If you like reverse video stand-out mode but don't want
# it to flash, change the letter 'H' to 'P' in the :so: field.
tek4023|tektronix 4023:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:dN#4:li#24:sg#1:vt#4:\
	:bl=^G:cl=4\E\014:cm=\034%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:le=^H:\
	:nd=^I:nl=^J:se=^_@:so=^_P:
# It is recommended that you run the 4025 at 4800 baud or less;
# various bugs in the terminal appear at 9600.  It wedges at the
# bottom of memory (try "cat /usr/dict/words"); ^S and ^Q typed
# on keyboard don't work.  You have to hit BREAK twice to get
# one break at any speed - this is a documented feature.
# Can't use cursor motion because it's memory relative, and 
# because it only works in the workspace, not the monitor.  
# Same for home. Likewise, standout only works in the workspace.
# 
# :ce: was commented out since vi and rogue seem to work better 
# simulating it with lots of spaces!
# 
# :al: and :AL: had 145ms of padding, but that slowed down vi's ^U 
# and didn't seem necessary.
#
tek4024|tek4025|tek4027|tektronix 4024/4025/4027:\
	:am:bs:da:db:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:lm#0:\
	:AL=\037up\r\037ili %d\r:CC=^_:DL=\037dli %d\r\006:\
	:DO=\037dow %d\r:LE=\037lef %d\r:RI=\037rig %d\r:\
	:UP=\037up %d\r:al=\037up\r\037ili\r:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\037dli 50\r:cl=\037era\r\n\n:cr=^M:dc=\037dch\r:\
	:dl=\037dli\r\006:do=^F^J:ei=:ic=\037ich\r \010:im=:\
	:is=\041com 31\r\n\037sto 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73\r:\
	:ke=\037lea p2\r\037lea p4\r\037lea p6\r\037lea p8\r\037lea f5\r:\
	:ks=\037lea p4 /h/\r\037lea p8 /k/\r\037lea p6 / /\r\037lea p2 /j/\r\037lea f5 /H/\r:\
	:le=^H:nd=\037rig\r:sf=^F^J:ta=^I:up=^K:
tek4025-17|tek 4025 17 line window:\
	:li#17:tc=tek4025:
tek4025-17-ws|tek 4025 17 line window in workspace:\
	:is=\041com 31\r\n\037sto 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73\r\037wor 17\r\037mon 17\r:\
	:se=\037att s\r:so=\037att e\r:te=\037mon h\r:\
	:ti=\037wor h\r:\
	:tc=tek4025-17:
tek4025-ex|tek4027-ex|tek 4025/4027 w/!:\
	:is=\037com 33\r\n\041sto 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73\r:\
	:te=\037com 33\r:ti=\041com 31\r:\
	:tc=tek4025:
# Tektronix 4025a
# From: Doug Gwyn <gwyn@brl-smoke.ARPA>
# The following status modes are assumed for normal operation (replace the
# initial "!" by whatever the current command character is):
#	!COM 29			# NOTE: changes command character to GS (^])
#	^]DUP
#	^]ECH R
#	^]EOL
#	^]RSS T
#	^]SNO N
#	^]STO 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73
# Other modes may be set according to communication requirements.
# If the command character is inadvertently changed, termcap can't restore it.
# Insert-character cannot be made to work on both top and bottom rows.
# Clear-to-end-of-display emulation via !DLI 988 is too grotty to use, alas.
# There also seems to be a problem with vertical motion, perhaps involving
# delete/insert-line, following a typed carriage return.  This terminal sucks.
# Delays not specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# (tek4025a: removed obsolete ":xx:". This may mean the tek4025a entry won't
# work any more. -- esr)
tek4025a|Tektronix 4025A:\
	:am:bs:bw:da:db:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:CC=^]:DC=\035dch %d;:DL=\035dli %d;:DO=\035dow %d;:\
	:LE=\035lef %d;:RI=\035rig %d;:SF=\035dow %d;:\
	:UP=\035up %d;:al=\013\035ili;:bl=^G:bt=\035bac;:\
	:ce=\035dch 80;:ch=\r\035rig %d;:cl=\035era;\n\035rup;:\
	:cr=^M:ct=\035sto;:dc=\035dch;:dl=\035dli;:do=^J:le=^H:\
	:nd=\035rig;:\
	:rs=\041com 29\035del 0\035rss t\035buf\035buf n\035cle\035dis\035dup\035ech r\035eol\035era g\035for n\035pad 203\035pad 209\035sno n\035sto 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73\035wor 0;:\
	:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^K:
# From: cbosg!teklabs!davem Wed Sep 16 21:11:41 1981
# Here's the command file that I use to get rogue to work on the 4025.
# It should work with any program using the old curses (e.g. it better
# not try to scroll, or cursor addressing won't work.  Also, you can't
# see the cursor.)
# (This "learns" the arrow keys for rogue. I have adapted it for termcap - mrh)
tek4025-cr|tek 4025 for curses and rogue:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#33:\
	:cl=\037era;:cm=\037jum%i%d\054%d;:do=^F^J:\
	:is=\041com 31\r\n\037sto 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65 73\r:\
	:le=^H:nd=\037rig;:sf=^F^J:ta=^I:te=\037wor 0:\
	:ti=\037wor 33h:up=^K:
# next two lines commented out since curses only allows 128 chars, sigh.
#	:ti=\037lea p1/b/\037lea p2/j/\037lea p3/n/\037lea p4/h/\037lea p5/ /\037lea p6/l/\037lea p7/y/\037lea p8/k/\037lea p9/u/\037lea p./f/\037lea pt/`era w/13\037lea p0/s/\037wor 33h:\
#	:te=\037lea p1\037lea p2\037lea p3\037lea p4\037lea pt\037lea p5\037lea p6\037lea p7\037lea p8\037lea p9/la/13\037lea p.\037lea p0\037wor 0:
tek4025ex|4025ex|4027ex|tek 4025 w/!:\
	:is=\037com 33\r\n\041sto 9\05417\05425\05433\05441\05449\05457\05465\05473\r:\
	:te=\037com 33\r:ti=\041com 31\r:\
	:tc=tek4025:
tek4105|tektronix 4105:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:ul:xn:xt:\
	:co#79:it#8:li#29:\
	:ac=:ae=\E[m:al=\E[1L:as=\E[1m:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:cr=^M:ct=\E[1g:\
	:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[1B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:i1=\E%!1\E[m:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E%!1\E[?6141\E[m:kb=^H:kd=\E[1B:kl=\E[1D:\
	:kr=\E[1C:ku=\E[1A:mb=\E[=3;<7m:md=\E[=7;<4m:\
	:me=\E[=0;<1m:mh=\E[=1;<6m:mk=\E[=6;<5:mr=\E[=1;<3m:\
	:nd=\E[1C:se=\E[=0;<1m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[=2;<3m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:\
	:te=:ti=\E%!1\E[?6l\E[2J:ue=\E[=0;<1m:up=\E[1A:\
	:us=\E[=5;<2m:

# (tek4105-30: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
tek4105-30|4015 emulating 30 line vt100:\
	:am:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#30:vt#3:\
	:@8=\EOM:DO=\E[%dB:K1=\EOq:K2=\EOr:K3=\EOs:K4=\EOp:K5=\EOn:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:do=^J:\
	:eA=\E(B:ho=\E[H:k0=\EOy:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOt:k6=\EOu:k7=\EOv:k8=\EOl:k9=\EOw:k;=\EOx:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\017:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[1;7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# Tektronix 4105 from BRL
# The following setup modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	CODE ansi		CRLF no			DABUFFER 141
#	DAENABLE yes		DALINES 30		DAMODE replace
#	DAVISIBILITY yes	ECHO no			EDITMARGINS 1 30
#	FLAGGING input		INSERTREPLACE replace	LFCR no
#	ORIGINMODE relative	PROMPTMODE no		SELECTCHARSET G0 B
#	SELECTCHARSET G1 0	TABS -2
# Other setup modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements; I recommend
#	ACURSOR 1 0		AUTOREPEAT yes		AUTOWRAP yes
#	BYPASSCANCEL <LF>	CURSORKEYMODE no	DAINDEX 1 0 0
#	EOFSTRING ''		EOLSTRING <CR>		EOMCHARS <CR> <NU>
#	GAMODE overstrike	GCURSOR 0 100 0		GSPEED 10 1
#	IGNOREDEL no		KEYEXCHAR <DL>		NVDEFINE -53 "<NU>"
#	PROMPTSTRING ''		QUEUESIZE 2460		WINDOW 0 0 4095 3132
#	XMTDELAY 0
# and factory color maps.  After setting these modes, save them with NVSAVE. No
# delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# "IC" cannot be used in combination with "im" & "ei".
# "tek4105a" is just a guess:
tek4105a|Tektronix 4105:\
	:bs:ms:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#8:li#30:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:ae=^O:al=\E[L:\
	:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E%!1:k0=\EOA:k1=\EOB:k2=\EOC:k3=\EOD:k4=\EOP:k5=\EOQ:\
	:k6=\EOR:k7=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:\
	:l5=F6:l6=F8:le=^H:ll=\E[30;H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:rc=\E8:\
	:rs=\030\E%!0\EKC\E\014\EKR0\EKF0\ENM0\ELBH=\ETF8000010F40\ELI100\ELLA>\ELM0\EKE0\ENF1\EKS0\END0\E%!1\Ec\E[?3;5l\E[?7;8h\E[r\E[m\E>:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E%!0\ELBH=\E%!1:ti=\E[?6l:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E%!0\ETD10\E%!1:vi=\E%!0\ETD00\E%!1:\
	:vs=\E%!0\ETD70\E%!1:

#
# Tektronix 4106/4107/4109 from BRL
# The following setup modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	CODE ansi		COLUMNMODE 80		CRLF no
#	DABUFFER 141		DAENABLE yes		DALINES 32
#	DAMODE replace		DAVISIBILITY yes	ECHO no
#	EDITMARGINS 1 32	FLAGGING input		INSERTREPLACE replace
#	LFCR no			LOCKKEYBOARD no		ORIGINMODE relative
#	PROMPTMODE no		SELECTCHARSET G0 B	SELECTCHARSET G1 0
#	TABS -2
# Other setup modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements; I recommend
#	ACURSOR 1 0		AUTOREPEAT yes		AUTOWRAP yes
#	BYPASSCANCEL <LF>	CURSORKEYMODE no	DAINDEX 1 0 0
#	EOFSTRING ''		EOLSTRING <CR>		EOMCHARS <CR> <NU>
#	GAMODE overstrike	GCURSOR 0 100 0		GSPEED 9 3
#	IGNOREDEL no		KEYEXCHAR <DL>		NVDEFINE -53 "<NU>"
#	PROMPTSTRING ''		QUEUESIZE 2620		WINDOW 0 0 4095 3132
#	XMTDELAY 0
# and factory color maps.  After setting these modes, save them with NVSAVE.  No
# delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# "IC" cannot be used in combination with "im" & "ei".
tek4106brl|tek4107brl|tek4109brl|Tektronix 4106, 4107, or 4109:\
	:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#32:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:ae=^O:al=\E[L:\
	:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ec=\E[%dX:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E%!1:k0=\EOA:k1=\EOB:k2=\EOC:k3=\EOD:k4=\EOP:k5=\EOQ:\
	:k6=\EOR:k7=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:l4=F5:\
	:l5=F6:l6=F8:le=^H:ll=\E[32;H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:r1=\030\E%!0\EKC\E\014\EKR0\EKF0\ENM0\ELBH=\ETF8000010F40\ELI100\ELLB0\ELM0\EKE0\ENF1\EKS0\END0\ERE0\E%!1\Ec\E[?3;5l\E[?7;8h\E[r\E[m\E>:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7;42m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:\
	:ta=^I:te=\E%!0\ELBH=\E%!1:ti=\E[?6l:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:\
	:us=\E[4m:ve=\E%!0\ETD10\E%!1:vi=\E%!0\ETD00\E%!1:\
	:vs=\E%!0\ETD70\E%!1:

tek4107|tek4109|tektronix terminals 4107 4109:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:ul:xn:xt:\
	:co#79:it#8:li#29:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\ELZ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:mb=\E%!1\E[5m\E%!0:\
	:md=\E%!1\E[1m\E%!0:me=\E%!1\E[m\E%!0:\
	:mh=\E%!1\E[<0m\E%!0:mr=\E%!1\E[7m\E%0:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E%!1\E[m\E%!0:sf=^J:so=\E%!1\E[7;5m\E%!0:sr=\EI:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E%!1\E[m\E%!0:up=\EA:us=\E%!1\E[4m\E%!0:\
	:ve=\E%!0:vs=\E%!3:
# Tektronix 4207 with sysline.  In the ancestral termcap file this was 4107-s;
# see the note attached to tek4207.
tek4207-s|Tektronix 4207 with sysline but no memory:\
	:es:hs:\
	:ds=\E7\E[?6l\E[2K\E[?6h\E8:fs=\E[?6h\E8:\
	:i1=\E%!1\E[2;32r\E[132D\E[2g\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[J:\
	:is=\E7\E[?6l\E[2K\E[?6h\E8:\
	:ts=\E7\E[?6l\E[2K\E[;%i%df:tc=tek4107:

# The 4110 series may be a wonderful graphics series, but they make the 4025
# look good for screen editing.  In the dialog area, you can't move the cursor
# off the bottom line.  Out of the dialog area, ^K moves it up, but there
# is no way to scroll.
# 
# Note that there is a floppy for free from Tek that makes the 
# 4112 emulate the vt52 (use the vt52 termcap). There is also
# an expected enhancement that will use ANSI standard sequences.
# 
# 4112 in non-dialog area pretending to scroll. It really wraps 
# but vi is said to work (more or less) in this mode.
# 
# 'vi' works reasonably well with this entry.
#
otek4112|o4112-nd|otek4113|otek4114|old tektronix 4110 series:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#34:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\E^L:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:sf=^J:te=\EKA1\ELV1:\
	:ti=\EKA0\ELV0\EMG0:up=^K:
# The 4112 with the ANSI compatibility enhancement
tek4112|tek4114|tektronix 4110 series:\
	:am:bs:db:\
	:co#80:li#34:\
	:al=\E[L:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[2J\E[0;0H:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=:ic=\E[@:im=:\
	:is=\E3\0411:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=\E7\E[0;0H\E[M\E8:so=\E[7m:sr=\E7\E[0;0H\E[L\E8:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:
tek4112-nd|4112 not in dialog area:\
	:ns:\
	:up=^K:tc=tek4112:
tek4112-5|4112 in 5 line dialog area:\
	:li#5:tc=tek4112:
# (tek4113: this used to have ":nd=\LM1\s\LM0:", someone's mistake;
# removed ":as=\E^N:, :ae=\E^O:", which had been commented out in 8.3.
# Note, the !0 and !1 sequences in :te:/:ti:/:ve:/:vi: were
# previously \0410 and \0411 sequences...I don't *think* they were supposed
# to be 4-digit octal -- esr)
tek4113|tektronix 4113 color graphics with 5 line dialog area:\
	:am:bs:da:eo:\
	:co#80:li#5:\
	:cl=\ELZ:do=^J:is=\EKA1\ELL5\ELV0\ELV1:le=^H:\
	:nd=\ELM1 \ELM0:uc=\010\ELM1_\ELM0:\
	:vb=\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERB0:
tek4113-34|tektronix 4113 color graphics with 34 line dialog area:\
	:li#34:\
	:is=\EKA1\ELLB2\ELV0\ELV1:tc=tek4113:
# :ns: left off to allow vi visual mode. APL font (:as=\E^N:/:ae=\E^O:) not 
# supported here. :uc: is slow, but looks nice. Suggest setenv MORE -up .
# :vb: needs enough delay to let you see the background color being toggled.
tek4113-nd|tektronix 4113 color graphics with no dialog area:\
	:am:bs:eo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:cl=\E^L:do=^J:ho=\ELF7l\177 @:is=\ELZ\EKA0\ELF7l\177 @:\
	:le=^H:ll=\ELF hl @:nd=^I:se=\EMT1:so=\EMT2:ta=^I:\
	:uc=\010\EMG1_\EMG0:up=^K:\
	:vb=\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERBA4\ERB0:\
	:vs=\ELZ\EKA0:
# This entry is from Tek. Inc.  (Brian Biehl)
# (tek4115: :bc: renamed to :le:, <rmam>/<smam> added based on init string -- esr)
otek4115|Tektronix 4115:\
	:am:bs:da:db:eo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#34:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:\
	:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E%!0\E%\014\ELV0\EKA1\ELBB2\ENU@=\ELLB2\ELM0\ELV1\EKYA?\E%!1\E[<1l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[34;1H\E[34B\E[m:\
	:kb=^H:ke=\E>:ks=\E=:le=\E[D:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:te=\E%!0\ELBG8\E%!1\E[34;1H\E[J:\
	:ti=\E%!0\ELBB2\E%!1:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:\
	:ve=\E%!0\ELBG8\E%!1\E[34;1H:vs=\E%!0\ELBB2\E%!1:
tek4115|newer tektronix 4115 entry with more ANSI capabilities:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#80:li#34:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:ch=\E[%+^AG:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[2g:cv=\E[%+^Ad:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
# The tek4125 emulates a vt100 incorrectly - the scrolling region
# command is ignored.  The following entry replaces :cs: with the needed
# :AL:, :AL:, and :im:; removes some cursor pad commands that the tek4125
# chokes on; and adds a lot of initialization for the tek dialog area.
# Note that this entry uses all 34 lines and sets the cursor color to green.
# Steve Jacobson 8/85
# (tek4125: there were two "\!"s in the is that I replaced with "\E!";
# commented out, :im:=\E1 because there's no :ei:  -- esr)
tek4125|tektronix 4125:\
	:li#34:\
	:al=\E[1L:cs@:dl=\E[1M:\
	:is=\E%\E\0410\EQD1\EUX03\EKA\ELBB2\ELCE0\ELI100\ELJ2\ELLB2\ELM0\ELS1\ELX00\ELV1\E%\E\0411\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:\
	:ks=\E=:rc@:sc@:\
	:tc=vt100:

# From: <jcoker@ucbic>
# (tek4207: This was the termcap file's entry for the 4107/4207, but SCO
# supplied another, less capable 4107 entry.  So we'll use that for 4107 and
# note that if jcoker wasn't confused you may be able to use this one.
# I merged in :ms:,:sf:,:sr:,<invis>,:ct: from a BRL entry -- esr)
tek4207|Tektronix 4207 graphics terminal with memory:\
	:am:bw:mi:ms:ul:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#32:\
	:al=3\E[L:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=5\E[K:cl=156\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:ct=\E[1g:dc=4\E[P:dl=3\E[M:do=^J:ei=:\
	:ho=\E[H:ic=4\E[@:im=:\
	:is=\E%!0\ELBP0\E%!1\E[H\E[2g\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[8C\EH\E[J:\
	:kd=\ED:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\EM:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mk=\E[=6;<5:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[?6h\E%!0\ELBP0\E%!1\E[32;1f:ti=\E[?6l\E[H\E[J:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:

# From: <carolyn@dali.berkeley.edu>  Thu Oct 31 12:54:27 1985
# (tek4404: There was a "\!" in :ti: that I replaced with "\E!".
# Tab had been given as \E2I,that must be the tab-set capability -- esr)
tek4404|tektronix 4404:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#32:\
	:al=\E[1L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[1M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:\
	:im=\E[4h:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[?1h:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[?1l:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:so=\E[7m:st=\E[2I:ta=^I:\
	:te=\E[1;1H\E[0J\E[?6h\E[?1l:\
	:ti=\E%\E\0411\E[1;32r\E[?6l\E>:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
# Some unknown person wrote:
# I added the is string - straight Unix has ESC ; in the login 
# string which sets a ct8500 into monitor mode (aka 4025 snoopy 
# mode). The is string here cleans up a few things (but not 
# everything).
ct8500|tektronix ct8500:\
	:am:bw:da:db:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:al=\E^L:bl=^G:bt=\E^I:cd=\E^U:ce=\E^T:cl=\E^E:\
	:cm=\E|%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\E^]:dl=\E^M:do=^J:ei=:ic=\E^\:im=:\
	:is=\037\EZ\Ek:le=^H:me=\E :nd=\ES:se=\E :sf=^J:so=\E$:\
	:sr=\E^A:ta=^I:ue=\E :up=\ER:us=\E\041:

# Tektronix 4205 terminal.
#
# am is not defined because the wrap around occurs not when the char.
# is placed in the 80'th column, but when we are attempting to type
# the 81'st character on the line.  (esr: hmm, this is like the vt100
# version of xenl, perhaps am + xenl would work!)
#
# Bold, dim, and standout are simulated by colors and thus not allowed
# with colors.  The tektronix color table is mapped into the RGB color
# table by setf/setb. All colors are reset to factory specifications by oc.
# The <initc> cap uses RGB notation to define colors.  for arguments 1-3 the 
# interval (0-1000) is broken into 8 smaller sub-intervals (125).  Each sub-
# interval then maps into pre-defined value.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
tek4205|tektronix 4205:\
	:cc:mi:ms:\
	:Co#8:NC#49:co#80:it#8:li#30:pa#63:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[1L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[1g:\
	:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[B:eA=\E(B:ec=\E%dX:ei=\E[4l:\
	:ho=\E[H:i1=\E%!0\ETM1\E%!1\E[m:im=\E[4h:k0=\EOA:k1=\EOB:\
	:k2=\EOC:k3=\EOD:k4=\EP:k5=\EQ:k6=\ER:k7=\ES:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[=7;<4m:\
	:me=\E[=0;<1m\E[24;25;27m\017:mh=\E[=1;<6m:mk=\E[=6;<5:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:oc=\E%!0\n\ETFB0\n0000\n1F4F4F4\n2F400\n30F40\n4A4C<F4\n50F4F4\n6F40F4\n7F4F40\n\E%!1:\
	:op=\E[39;40m:se=\E[=0;<1m:sf=\ED:so=\E[=2;<3m:sr=\EM:\
	:ta=^I:te=:ti=\E%%\0411\E[?6l\E[2J:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:

#### Teletype (tty)
#
# These are the hardcopy Teletypes from before AT&T bought the company,
# clattering electromechanical dinosaurs in Bakelite cases that printed on
# pulpy yellow roll paper.  If you remember these you go back a ways.
# Teletype-branded VDTs are listed in the AT&T section.
#
# The earliest UNIXes were designed to use these clunkers; nroff and a few
# other programs still default to emitting codes for the Model 37.
#

tty33|tty35|model 33 or 35 teletype:\
	:hc:os:xo:\
	:co#72:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:sf=^J:
tty37|model 37 teletype:\
	:bs:hc:os:xo:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:hd=\E9:hu=\E8:le=^H:sf=^J:up=\E7:

# There are known to be at least three flavors of the tty40, all seem more
# like IBM half duplex forms fillers than ASCII terminals.  They have lots of
# awful braindamage, such as printing a visible newline indicator after each
# newline.  The 40-1 is a half duplex terminal and is hopeless.  The 40-2 is
# braindamaged but has hope and is described here.  The 40-4 is a 3270
# lookalike and beyond hope.  The terminal has visible bell but I don't know
# it - it's null here to prevent it from showing the BL character.
# There is an \EG in <nl> because of a bug in old vi (if stty says you have
# a "newline" style terminal (-crmode) vi figures all it needs is nl
# to get crlf, even if :cr: is not ^M.)
# (tty40: removed obsolete ":nl=\EG\EB:", it's just do+cr -- esr)
tty40|ds40|ds40-2|dataspeed40|teletype dataspeed 40/2:\
	:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:cl=\EH\EJ:cr=\EG:ct=\EH\E2:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:\
	:do=\EB:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\E\136:im=:kb=^]:kl=^H:le=^H:nd=\EC:\
	:pf=^T:po=\022:r2=\023\ER:se=\E4:sf=\ES:so=\E3:sr=\ET:\
	:st=\E1:ta=\E@:up=\E7:
tty43|model 43 teletype:\
	:am:bs:hc:os:xo:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:le=^H:sf=^J:

#### Tymshare
#

# You can add :is=\E<: to put this 40-column mode, though I can't
# for the life of me think why anyone would want to.
scanset|sc410|sc415|Tymshare Scan Set:\
	:am:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ac=l<m-k4j%q\054x5:ae=^O:as=^N:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:\
	:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\EH:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=^I:pf=\E;0:po=\E;0:ps=\E;3:r1=\E>:\
	:rc=^C:sc=^B:sf=^J:up=^K:

#### Volker-Craig (vc)
#
# If you saw a Byte Magazine cover with a terminal on it during the early
# 1980s, it was probably one of these.  Carl Helmers liked them because
# they could crank 19.2 and were cheap (that is, until he tried to program
# one...)
#

# Missing in vc303a and vc303 descriptions:  they scroll 2 lines at a time
# every other linefeed.
vc303|vc103|vc203|volker-craig 303:\
	:am:bs:ns:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=\014:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\013:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^I:ku=^N:\
	:le=^H:ll=\017W:nd=^I:up=^N:
vc303a|vc403a|volker-craig 303a:\
	:ce=\026:cl=\030:ho=\031:kr=^U:ku=^Z:ll=^P:nd=^U:up=^Z:tc=vc303:
# (vc404: removed obsolete ":ma=^Z^P^U :" -- esr)
vc404|volker-craig 404:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\027:ce=\026:cl=\030:cm=\020%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=\031:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^U:ku=^Z:le=^H:nd=^U:sf=^J:up=^Z:
vc404-s|volker-craig 404 w/standout mode:\
	:do=^J:se=^O:so=^N:tc=vc404:
# From: <wolfgang@cs.sfu.ca>
# (vc414: merged in cup/dl1/home from an old vc414h-noxon)
vc414|vc414h|Volker-Craig 414H in sane escape mode.:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E\032:cd=\E^X:ce=10\E\017:cl=\E\034:cm=\E\021%r%.%.:\
	:dc=\E3:dl=\E\023:do=\E^K:ei=:ho=\E^R:ic=\E\072:im=:k0=\EA:\
	:k1=\EB:k2=\EC:k3=\ED:k4=\EE:k5=\EF:k6=\EG:k7=\EH:kd=\E^K:\
	:kh=\E^R:kl=^H:kr=^P:ku=\E^L:l0=PF1:l1=PF2:l2=PF3:l3=PF4:\
	:l4=PF5:l5=PF6:l6=PF7:l7=PF8:nd=^P:se=\E^_:so=\E^Y:up=\E^L:
vc415|volker-craig 415:\
	:cl=^L:tc=vc404:

######## OBSOLETE PERSONAL-MICRO CONSOLES AND EMULATIONS
#

#### IBM PC and clones
#

# The pcplot IBM-PC terminal emulation program is really messed up. It is
# supposed to emulate a vt-100, but emulates the wraparound bug incorrectly,
# doesn't support scrolling regions, ignores add line commands, and ignores
# delete line commands. Consequently, the resulting behavior looks like a
# crude adm3a-type terminal.
# Steve Jacobson 8/85
pcplot|pc-plot terminal emulation program:\
	:xn@:\
	:AL@:DL@:al@:cs@:dl@:rc@:sc@:tc=vt100:
# KayPro II from Richard G Turner <rturner at Darcom-Hq.ARPA>
# I've found that my KayPro II, running MDM730, continues to emulate an
# ADM-3A terminal, just like I was running TERM.COM. On our 4.2 UNIX
# system the following termcap entry works well:
# I have noticed a couple of minor glitches, but nothing I can't work
# around. (I added two capabilities from the BRL entry -- esr)
kaypro|kaypro2|kaypro II:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=^W:ce=^X:cl=1\032:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dl=\ER:do=^J:ho=^^:kd=^J:kr=^L:ku=^K:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^K:

# From IBM, Thu May  5 19:35:27 1983
# (ibmpc: commented out :im:=\200R because we don't know :ei: -- esr)
ibmpc|ibm-pc|ibm5051|5051|IBM Personal Computer (no ANSI.SYS):\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L^K:cr=^M^^:do=^J:ho=^K:kd=^_:le=^]:nd=^\:sf=\n:\
	:up=^^:

#### Apple II
#
# Apple II firmware console first, then various 80-column cards and 
# terminal emulators.  For two cents I'd toss all these in the UFO file
# along with the 40-column apple entries.
#

# From: brsmith@umn-cs.cs.umn.edu (Brian R. Smith) via BRL
#	'it#8' tells UNIX that you have tabs every 8 columns.  This is a
#		function of TIC, not the firmware.
#	The clear key on a IIgs will do something like clear-screen, 
#		depending on what you're in.
appleIIgs|appleIIe|appleIIc|Apple 80 column firmware interface:\
	:am:bs:bw:eo:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^Y:\
	:kC=^X:kD=\177:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^U:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^\:\
	:nw=^M^W:se=^N:sf=^W:so=^O:sr=^V:ta=^I:up=^_:
# Apple //e with 80-column card, entry from BRL
# The modem interface is permitted to discard LF (maybe DC1), otherwise
# passing characters to the 80-column firmware via COUT (PR#3 assumed).
# Auto-wrap does not work right due to newline scrolling delay, which also
# requires that you set "stty cr2".
# Note: Cursor addressing is only available via the Pascal V1.1 entry,
# not via the BASIC PR#3 hook.  All this nonsense can be avoided only by
# using a terminal emulation program instead of the built-in firmware.
apple2e|Apple //e:\
	:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=4*\013:ce=4\035:cl=100\014:do=^J:ho=^Y:is=^R^N:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^U:ku=^K:le=^H:me=^N:mr=^O:nw=100\r:\
	:r1=^R^N:se=^N:sf=^W:so=^O:sr=^V:ta=^I:up=^_:
# mcvax!vu44!vu45!wilcke uses the "ap" entry together with Ascii Express Pro
# 4.20, with incoming and outgoing terminals both on 0, emulation On.
apple2e-p|Apple //e via Pascal:\
	:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:tc=apple2e:
# (ASCII Express) MouseTalk "Standard Apple //" emulation from BRL
# Enable DC3/DC1 flow control with "stty ixon -ixany".
apple-ae|ASCII Express:\
	:am:bs:bw:ms:nx:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=500\007:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=^Y:is=^R^N:kC=^X:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^U:ku=^K:le=^H:me=^N:\
	:mr=^O:nd=^U:r1=^R^N:se=^N:sf=^W:so=^O:sr=^V:up=^_:
appleII|apple ii plus:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :do=^J:ho=\E^Y:\
	:is=\024T1\016:kd=^J:kr=^U:le=^H:me=^N:nd=^\:se=^N:so=^O:\
	:ta=^I:up=^_:vb=\024G1\024T1:ve=^TC2:vs=^TC6:
# Originally by Gary Ford 21NOV83
# From: <ee178aci%sdcc7@SDCSVAX.ARPA>  Fri Oct 11 21:27:00 1985
apple-80|apple II with smarterm 80 col:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bt=^R:cd=10*\013:ce=10\035:cl=10*\014:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :\
	:cr=10*\r:do=^J:ho=^Y:le=^H:nd=^\:up=^_:
apple-soroc|apple emulating soroc 120:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:\
	:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^K:
# From Peter Harrison, Computer Graphics Lab, San Francisco
#   ucbvax!ucsfmis!harrison  .....uucp
#   ucbvax!ucsfmis!harrison@BERKELEY   .......ARPA
# "These two work.  If you don't have the inverse video chip for the
# Apple with videx then remove the :so: and :se: fields."
# (apple-videx: this used to be called DaleApple -- esr)
apple-videx|Apple with videx videoterm 80 column board with inverse video:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=300\014:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :do=^J:ho=^Y:kd=^J:\
	:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^U:le=^H:me=^Z2:nd=^\:se=^Z2:so=^Z3:ta=^I:\
	:up=^_:
# My system [for reference] : Apple ][+, 64K, Ultraterm display card,
#			      Apple Cat ][ 212 modem, + more all
#			      controlled by ASCII Express: Pro.
# From Dave Shaver <isucs1!shaver>
apple-uterm-vb|Videx Ultraterm for Apple micros with Visible Bell:\
	:am:bs:eo:xt:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ac=:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :ho=^Y:\
	:is=^V4^W06\017\rVisible Bell Installed.\016\r\n:\
	:nd=^\:se=^N:so=^O:up=^_:vb=^W35^W06:
apple-uterm|Ultraterm for Apple micros:\
	:am:bs:eo:xt:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ac=:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :ho=^Y:\
	:is=^V4^W06\016:nd=^\:se=^N:so=^O:up=^_:
# from trwrba!bwong (Bradley W. Wong):
#
# This entry assumes that you are using an apple with the UCSD Pascal
# language card.  SYSTEM.MISCINFO is assumed to be the same as that
# supplied with the standard apple except that screenwidth should be set
# using SETUP to 80 columns.  Note that the right arrow in not mapped in
# this termcap entry.  This is because that key, on the Apple, transmits
# a ^U and would thus preempt the more useful "up" function of vi.
#
# HMH 2/23/81
apple80p|80-column apple with Pascal card:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=^K:ce=^]:cl=^Y^L:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :ho=^Y:kl=^H:nd=^\\072:\
	:up=^_:
#
# Apple II+ equipped with Videx 80 column card
#
# Terminfo from ihnp4!ihu1g!djc1 (Dave Christensen) via BRL;
# manually converted by D A Gwyn
#
# DO NOT use any terminal emulation with this data base, it works directly
# with the Videx card.  This has been tested with vi 1200 baud and works fine.
#
# This works great for vi, except I've noticed in pre-R2, ^U will scroll back
# 1 screen, while in R2 ^U doesn't.
# For inverse alternate character set add:
#	:as:=^O::ae:=^N:
# (apple-v: added it#8 -- esr)
apple-videx2|Apple II+ w/ Videx card (similar to Datamedia h1520):\
	:am:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=100\007:cd=16*\013:ce=^]:cl=16*\014:cm=\036%r%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^Y:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^\:ku=^_:le=^H:\
	:nd=^\:se=^Z2:sf=^J:so=^Z3:ta=8\011:up=^_:
apple-videx3|vapple|Apple II with 80 col card:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:ce=\Ex:cl=\Ev:cm=\EY%+ %+ :ho=\EH:k0=\EP:k1=\EQ:k2=\ER:\
	:k3=\E :k4=\E\041:k5=\E":k6=\E#:k7=\E$:k8=\E%:k9=\E&:kd=\EB:\
	:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:nd=\EC:up=\EA:
#From: decvax!cbosgd!cbdkc1!mww Mike Warren via BRL
aepro|Apple II+ running ASCII Express Pro--vt52:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=300\014:cm=\EY%+ %+ :ho=\EH:nd=\EC:\
	:up=\EA:
# UCSD addition: Yet another termcap from Brian Kantor's Micro Munger Factory
apple-vm80|ap-vm80|apple with viewmax-80:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=300\013:ce=^]:cl=300\014:cm=100\036%+ %+ :ho=200\031:\
	:nd=^\\072:up=^_:

#### Apple Lisa & Macintosh
#

# (lisa: changed :vs: to :ve: -- esr)
lisa|apple lisa console display (black on white):\
	:am:bs:eo:ms:\
	:co#88:it#8:li#32:\
	:ac=lfmekcjdttuvvuwsqax`nb:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=^L:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:is=\E>\E[m\014:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:\
	:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[5l:\
	:vi=\E[5h:
liswb|apple lisa console display (white on black):\
	:is=\E>\E[0;7m\014:se=\E[0;7m:so=\E[m:ue=\E[0;7m:\
	:us=\E[4m:tc=lisa:

# lisaterm from ulysses!gamma!epsilon!mb2c!jed (John E. Duncan III) via BRL;
# :is: revised by Ferd Brundick <fsbrn@BRL.ARPA>
#
# These entries assume that the 'Auto Wraparound' is enabled.
# Xon-Xoff flow control should also be enabled.
#
# The vt100 uses :rs2: and :rf: rather than :is2:/:tbc:/:hts: because the tab
# settings are in non-volatile memory and don't need to be reset upon login.
# Also setting the number of columns glitches the screen annoyingly.
# You can type "reset" to get them set.
#
lisaterm|Apple Lisa or Lisa/2 running LisaTerm vt100 emulation:\
	:am:bs:pt:xn:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#4:li#24:vt#3:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:do=^J:ho=\E[H:k0=\EOP:k1=\EOQ:\
	:k2=\EOR:k3=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l0=F1:l1=F2:l2=F3:l3=F4:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:r1=\E>\E[?1l\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;24r:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# Lisaterm in 132 column ("wide") mode.
lisaterm-w|Apple Lisa with Lisaterm in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:tc=lisaterm:
# Although MacTerminal has insert/delete line, it is commented out here
# since it is much faster and cleaner to use the "lock scrolling region"
# method of inserting and deleting lines due to the MacTerminal implementation.
# Also, the "Insert/delete ch" strings have an extra character appended to them
# due to a bug in MacTerminal V1.1.  Blink is disabled since it is not
# supported by MacTerminal.
mac|macintosh|Macintosh with MacTerminal:\
	:xn:\
	:dN#30:\
	:dc=7\E[P:ei=:ic=9\E[@:im=:ip=7:mb@:tc=lisa:
# Lisaterm in 132 column ("wide") mode.
mac-w|macterminal-w|Apple Macintosh with Macterminal in 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:tc=mac:

#### Radio Shack/Tandy
#

# (coco3: This had "ta" used incorrectly as a boolean and bl given as "bl#7".
# I read these as mistakes for ":it#8:" and ":bl=\007:" respectively -- esr)
# From: <{pbrown,ctl}@ocf.berkeley.edu> 12 Mar 90
coco3|os9LII|Tandy CoCo3 24*80 OS9 Level II:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=^_0:bl=^G:cd=^K:ce=^D:cl=5*\014:cm=2\002%r%+ %+ :\
	:dl=^_1:do=^J:ho=^A:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^I:ku=^L:le=^H:mb=^_":\
	:md=\E\072^A:me=\037\041\E\072\200:mr=^_ :nd=^F:\
	:se=^_\041:so=^_ :ue=^_#:up=^I:us=^_":ve=^E\041:vi=^E :
# (trs2: removed obsolete ":nl=^_:" -- esr)
trs2|trsII|trs80II|Radio Shack Model II using P&T CP/M:\
	:am:bs:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=^D:bl=^G:cd=^B:ce=^A:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=^K:\
	:do=^_:ho=^F:kb=^H:kd=^_:kl=^\:kr=^]:ku=^^:le=^H:me=^O:nd=^]:\
	:se=^O:sf=^J:so=^N:ta=^I:up=^^:
# From: Kevin Braunsdorf <ksb@mentor.cc.purdue.edu>
# (This had extension capabilities
#	:BN=\E[?33h:BF=\E[?33l:UC=\E[_ q:BC=\E[\177 q:\
#	:CN=\ERC:CF=\ERc:NR=\ERD:NM=\ER@:
# I also deleted the unnecessary ":kn#2:", ":sg#0:" -- esr)
trs16|trs-80 model 16 console:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=l_mbk`javewcquxs:ae=\ERg:al=\EL:as=\ERG:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:\
	:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EQ:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=:\
	:ho=\EH:ic=\EP:im=:k0=^A:k1=^B:k2=^D:k3=^L:k4=^U:k5=^P:k6=^N:\
	:k7=^S:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=^W:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l0=f1:l1=f2:\
	:l2=f3:l3=f4:l4=f5:l5=f6:l6=f7:l7=f8:le=^H:me=\ER@:nd=\EC:\
	:pf=\E]+:po=\E]=:se=\ER@:sf=^J:so=\ERD:ta=^I:up=\EA:ve=\ERC:\
	:vi=\ERc:

#### Atari ST
#

# From: Simson L. Garfinkel <simsong@media-lab.mit.edu>
atari|atari st:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dl=\EM:do=\EB:\
	:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=\ED:me=\Eq:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:\
	:so=\Ep:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:
# UniTerm terminal program for the Atari ST:  49-line VT220 emulation mode
# From: Paul M. Aoki <aoki@ucbvax.berkeley.edu>
uniterm|uniterm49|UniTerm VT220 emulator with 49 lines:\
	:li#49:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[1;49r\E[49;1H:tc=vt220:
# MiNT VT52 emulation. 80 columns, 25 rows.
# MiNT is Now TOS, the operating system which comes with all Ataris now
# (mainly Atari Falcon). This termcap is for the VT52 emulation you get
# under tcsh/zsh/bash/sh/ksh/ash/csh when you run MiNT in `console' mode
# From: Per Persson <pp@gnu.ai.mit.edu>, 27 Feb 1996
st52|Atari ST with VT52 emulation:\
	:am:km:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:K1=\E#7:K2=\E#9:K3=\E#5:K4=\E#1:K5=\E#3:al=\EL:bl=^G:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dl=\EM:do=\EB:\
	:ho=\EH:k0=\E#D:k1=\E#;:k2=\E#<:k3=\E#=:k4=\E#>:k5=\E#?:\
	:k6=\E#@:k7=\E#A:k8=\E#B:k9=\E#C:kA=\E#R:kC=\E#7:kF=\E#2:\
	:kR=\E#8:kb=^H:kd=\E#P:kh=\E#G:kl=\E#K:kr=\E#M:ku=\E#H:\
	:l0=f10:le=\ED:me=\Eq:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:r1=\Ez_\Eb@\EcA:\
	:rc=\Ek:sc=\Ej:se=\Eq:sf=^J:so=\Ep:sr=\EI:ta=^I:te=:ti=\Ee:\
	:up=\EA:ve=\Ee:vi=\Ef:
 
#### Commodore Business Machines
#
# Formerly located in West Chester, PA; went spectacularly bust in 1994
# after years of shaky engineering and egregious mismanagement.  Made one
# really nice machine (the Amiga) and boatloads of nasty ones (PET, C-64,
# C-128, VIC-20).  The C-64 is said to have been the most popular machine
# ever (most units sold); they can still be found gathering dust in closets
# everywhere.
#

# From: Kent Polk <kent@swrinde.nde.swri.edu>, 30 May 90
# Added a few more entries, converted caret-type control sequence (^x) entries
# to '\0xx' entries since a couple of people mentioned losing '^x' sequences.
#
# :as:, :ae:			Support for alternate character sets.
# :ve=\E[\040p:vi=\E[\060\040p:	cursor visible/invisible.
# :xn:  vt100 kludginess at column 80/NEWLINE ignore after 80 cols(Concept)
#     This one appears to fix a problem I always had with a line ending
#     at 'width+1' (I think) followed by a blank line in vi. The blank
#     line tended to disappear and reappear depending on how the screen
#     was refreshed. Note that this is probably needed only if you use
#     something like a Dnet Fterm with the window sized to some peculiar
#     dimension larger than 80 columns.
# :k0=\E9~:	map F10 to k0 - could have F0-9 -> k0-9, but ... F10 was 'k;'
# (amiga: removed obsolete :kn#10:,
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress a warning --esr)
amiga|Amiga ANSI:\
	:am:bs:bw:xn:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:\
	:ae=^O:al=\E[L:as=^N:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:\
	:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:is=\E[20l:k0=\E[9~:k1=\E[0~:k2=\E[1~:\
	:k3=\E[2~:k4=\E[3~:k5=\E[4~:k6=\E[5~:k7=\E[6~:k8=\E[7~:k9=\E[8~:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[7;2m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:rs=\Ec:se=\E[m:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[ p:vi=\E[0 p:

# From: Hans Verkuil <hans@wyst.hobby.nl>, 4 Dec 1995
# (amiga: added empty <acsc> to suppress a warning --esr)
amiga-bad|Amiga ANSI:\
	:bs:bw:ms:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:DC=\233%dP:DO=\233%dB:IC=\233%d@:LE=\233%dD:RI=\233%dC:\
	:SF=\233%dS:SR=\233%dT:UP=\233%dA:ac=:ae=^O:as=^N:bl=^G:\
	:bt=\233Z:cd=\233J:ce=\233K:cl=\233H\233J:\
	:cm=\233%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\233P:do=\233B:ec=\233%dP:ei=:\
	:ho=\233H:ic=\233@:im=:is=\23320l:k0=\2339~:k1=\2330~:\
	:k2=\2331~:k3=\2332~:k4=\2333~:k5=\2334~:k6=\2335~:\
	:k7=\2336~:k8=\2337~:k9=\2338~:kD=\177:kb=^H:kd=\233B:\
	:kl=\233D:kr=\233C:ku=\233A:le=\233D:mb=\2337;2m:\
	:md=\2331m:me=\2330m:mh=\2332m:mk=\2338m:mr=\2337m:\
	:nd=\233C:nw=\233B\r:r1=\Ec:se=\2330m:sf=\233S:so=\2337m:\
	:sr=\233T:ta=^I:te=\233?7h:ti=\233?7l:ue=\2330m:up=\233A:\
	:us=\2334m:vb=^G:ve=\233 p:vi=\2330 p:

# Commodore B-128 microcomputer from Doug Tyrol <det@HEL-ACE.ARPA>
# 	I'm trying to write a termcap for a commodore b-128, and I'm
# having a little trouble. I've had to map most of my control characters
# to something that unix will accept (my delete-char is a ctrl-t, etc),
# and create some functions (like cm), but thats life.
# 	The problem is with the arrow keys - right, and up work fine, but
# left deletes the previous character and down I just can't figure out.
# Jove knows what I want, but I don't know what it's sending to me (it
# isn't thats bound to next-line in jove).
# 	Anybody got any ideas? Here's my termcap.
# DAG -- I changed his "^n" entries to "\n"; see if that works.
#
commodore|b-128|Commodore B-128 micro:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:dN#20:li#24:pb#150:\
	:al=10\Ei:bc=^H:ce=10\Eq:cl=10\E\006:\
	:cm=20\E\013%2\054%2\054:cr=^M:dc=10*\177:dl=10*\Ed:\
	:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E^E:ic=5\E\n:im=:kd=^J:kh=\E^E:kl=^B:kr=^F:\
	:ku=^P:nd=^F:nl=^M:ta=5\011:up=^P:

#### North Star
#
# North Star Advantage from Lt. Fickie <brl-ibd!fickie> via BRL
northstar|North Star Advantage:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=200\017:ce=200\016:cl=200\004:cm=1\E=%+ %+ :\
	:ho=200\034\032:

#### Osborne
#
# Thu Jul  7 03:55:16 1983
#	
# As an aside, be careful; it may sound like an anomaly on the 
# Osborne, but with the 80-column upgrade, it's too easy to 
# enter lines >80 columns!
#	
# I've already had several comments...
# The Osborne-1 with the 80-col option is capable of being 
# 52, 80, or 104 characters wide; default to 80 for compatibility 
# with most systems.
#	
# The tab is destructive on the Ozzie; make sure to 'stty -tabs'.
osborne-w|osborne1-w|osborne I in 104-column mode:\
	:ms:ul:xt:\
	:co#104:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:\
	:do=^J:ei=:ic=\EQ:im=:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:\
	:se=\E(:sf=^J:so=\E):ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:
# Osborne I	from ptsfa!rhc (Robert Cohen) via BRL
osborne|osborne1|osborne I in 80-column mode:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:ul:xs:\
	:co#80:dB#4:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=4\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:\
	:im=\EQ:is=^Z:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=\010:nd=^L:\
	:se=\E):so=\E(:ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:
#
# Osborne Executive definition from BRL
# Similar to tvi920
# Added by David Milligan and Tom Smith (SMU)
osexec|Osborne executive:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E3:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:ic=\EQ:im=:\
	:is=\Eq\Ek\Em\EA\Ex0:k0=^A@\r:k1=^AA\r:k2=^AB\r:k3=^AC\r:\
	:k4=^AD\r:k5=^AE\r:k6=^AF\r:k7=^AG\r:k8=^AH\r:k9=^AI\r:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:nl=^J:se=\Ek:\
	:so=\Ej:st=\E1:ue=\Em:up=^K:us=\El:

#### Console types for obsolete UNIX clones
#
# Coherent, Minix, Venix, and several lesser-known kin were OSs for 8088
# machines that tried to emulate the UNIX look'n'feel.  Coherent and Venix
# were commercial, Minix an educational tool sold in conjunction with a book.
# Memory-segmentation limits and a strong tendency to look like V7 long after
# it was obsolete made all three pretty lame.  Venix croaked early.  Coherent
# and Minix were ported to 32-bit Intel boxes, only to be run over by a
# steamroller named `Linux' (which, to be fair, traces some lineage to Minix). 
# Coherent's vendor, the Mark Williams Company, went belly-up in 1994.  There
# are also, I'm told, Minix ports that ran on Amiga and Atari machines and
# even as single processes under SunOS and the Macintosh OS.
#

# This is the entry provided with minix 1.7.4, with bogus :ri: removed.
minix|minix console (v1.7):\
	:am:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[0J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:is=\E[0m:k0=\E[Y:\
	:k1=\E[V:k2=\E[U:k3=\E[T:k4=\E[S:k5=\E[G:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:\
	:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:l0=End:l1=PgUp:l2=PgDn:\
	:l3=Num +:l4=Num -:l5=Num 5:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[0m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[0m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[0m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# Corrected Jan 14, 1997 by Vincent Broman <broman@nosc.mil>
minix-old|minix console (v1.5):\
	:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[0J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:k0=\E[Y:k1=\E[V:\
	:k2=\E[U:k3=\E[T:k4=\E[S:k5=\E[G:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:se=\E[0m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:\
	:ta=^I:ue=\E[0m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# The linewrap option can be specified by editing /usr/include/minix/config.h
# before recompiling the minix 1.5 kernel.
minix-old-am|minix console with linewrap:\
	:am:tc=minix-old:

pc-minix|minix console on an Intel box:\
	:ac=`\004a\261f\370g\361h\260j\331k\277l\332m\300n\305o~q\304r\362s_t\303u\264v\301w\302x\263y\371z\372{\373|\374}\375~\376.\031-\030\054\021+^P0\333p\304r\304y\363z\362{\343|\330}\234:\
	:ae=\E[10m:as=\E[11m:\
	:tc=minix:

# According to the Coherent 2.3 manual, the PC console is similar
# to a z19. The differences seem to be (1) 25 lines, (2) no status
# line, (3) standout is broken, (4) ins/del line is broken, (5)
# has blinking and bold.
pc-coherent|pcz19|coherent|IBM PC console running Coherent:\
	:am:mi:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EN:\
	:do=\EB:ei=\EO:ho=\EH:im=\E@:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\Eq:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:sf=^J:so=\Ep:\
	:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# According to the Venix 1.1 manual, the PC console is similar
# to a DEC vt52.  Differences seem to be (1) arrow keys send 
# different strings, (2) enhanced standout, (3) added insert/delete line.
# Note in particular that it doesn't have automatic margins.
# There are other keys (f1-f10, kpp, knp, kcbt, kich1, kdch1) but they
# not described here because this derives from an old termcap entry.
pc-venix|venix|IBM PC console running Venix:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#25:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dl=\EM:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=\EP:kh=\EG:kl=\EK:kr=\EM:ku=\EH:le=^H:\
	:nd=\EC:sf=^J:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:

#### Miscellaneous microcomputer consoles
#
# If you know anything more about any of these, please tell me.
#

# basis from Peter Harrison, Computer Graphics Lab, San Francisco
#   ucbvax!ucsfmis!harrison ...uucp / ucbvax!ucsfmis!harrison@BERKELEY ...ARPA
# (basis: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P^R^L^L :nl=5000*^J:" -- esr)
basis|BASIS108 computer with terminal translation table active:\
	:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=300\E*:do=5000\n:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:me=\E):se=\E):so=\E(:\
	:tc=adm3a:
# luna's BMC terminal emulator
luna|luna68k|LUNA68K Bitmap console:\
	:co#88:li#46:tc=ansi-mini:
megatek|pegasus workstation terminal emulator:\
	:am:os:\
	:co#83:li#60:
# The Xerox 820 was a Z80 micro with a snazzy XEROX PARC-derived 
# interface (pre-Macintosh by several years) that went nowhere.
xerox820|x820|Xerox 820:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^Q:ce=^X:cl=1^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:\
	:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^K:

#### Videotex and teletext
#

# \E\:1}	switch to te'le'informatique mode (ascii terminal/ISO 6429)
# \E[?3l	80 columns
# \E[?4l	scrolling on
# \E[12h	local echo off
# \Ec		reset: G0 U.S. charset (to get #,@,{,},...), 80 cols, clear screen
# \E(0		G0 DEC set (line graphics)
#
# From: Igor Tamitegama <igor@ppp1493-ft.teaser.fr>, 18 Jan 1997
m2-nam|minitel|minitel-2|minitel-2-nam|France Telecom Minitel 2 mode te'le'informatique:\
	:bs:es:hs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#0:ws#72:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:SF=^J:SR=\EM:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=aaffggjjkkllmmnnooqqssttuuvvwwxx:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:\
	:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:\
	:fs=^J:ho=\E[H:i1=\E\0721}\Ec\E[?4l\E[12h:\
	:i2=\E[?3l kbs=\010:im=\E[4h:ip=7:is=\Ec\E[12h:\
	:k0=\EOp:k1=\EOq:k2=\EOr:k3=\EOs:k4=\EOt:k5=\EOu:k6=\EOv:\
	:k7=\EOw:k8=\EOx:k9=\EOy:k;=\EOp:kA=\E[4l:kC=\E[2J:kD=\E[P:\
	:kI=\E[4h:kL=\E[M:kN=\EOn:kP=\EOR:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:ll=\E[24;80H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:ps=\E[i:\
	:r1=\Ec\E[?4l\E[12h:r2=\Ec:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[27m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ts=^_@A:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:\
	:u7=\E[6n:ue=\E[24m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=^G:ve=\E[<1l:\
	:vi=\E[<1h:

######## OBSOLETE VDT TYPES
#
# These terminals are *long* dead -- these entries are retained for
# historical interest only.

#### Amtek Business Machines
#

# (abm80: early versions of this entry apparently had ":se=\E^_:so=\E^Y",
# but these caps were commented out in 8.3; also, removed overridden
# ":do=^J:" -- esr)
abm80|amtek business machines 80:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E^Z:bt=^T:cd=\E^X:ce=\E^O:cl=\E^\:cm=\E\021%r%+ %+ :\
	:dl=\E^S:do=\E^K:ho=\E^R:le=^H:nd=^P:up=\E^L:

#### Bell Labs blit terminals
#
# These were AT&T's official entries.  The 5620 FAQ maintained by 
# David Breneman <daveb@dgtl.com> has this to say:
#
#  Actually, in the beginning was the Jerq, and the Jerq was white with a
#  green face, and Locanthi and Pike looked upon the Jerq and said the Jerq
#  was good.  But lo, upon the horizon loomed a mighty management-type person
#  (known now only by the initials VP) who said, the mighty Jerq must stay
#  alone, and could not go forth into the world. So Locanthi and Pike put the
#  Jerq to sleep, cloned its parts, and the Blit was brought forth unto the
#  world. And the Jerq lived the rest of its days in research, but never
#  strayed from those paths.
#
#  In all seriousness, the Blit was originally known as the Jerq, but when
#  it started to be shown outside of the halls of the Bell Labs Research
#  organization, the management powers that be decided that the name could
#  not remain. So it was renamed to be Blit. This was in late 1981.
#
# (The AT&T 5620 was the commercialized Blit.  Its successors were the 630,
# 730, and 730+.)
#

blit|jerq|blit running teletype rom:\
	:am:eo:ul:xo:\
	:co#87:it#8:li#72:\
	:AL=\EF%+ :DC=\Ee%+ :DL=\EE%+ :IC=\Ef%+ :al=\EF\041:bl=^G:\
	:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\Ee\041:dl=\EE\041:\
	:do=^J:ei=:ic=\Ef\041:im=:k1=\Ex:k2=\Ey:k3=\Ez:kb=^H:kd=\EB:\
	:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=\ED:nd=\EC:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=\EA:

# (cbblit: here's a BSD termcap that says :do=\EG: -- esr)
cbblit|fixterm|blit running columbus code:\
	:co#88:\
	:cd=\EJ:ei=\ER:ic@:im=\EQ:pO=\EP%03:pf=^T:po=^R:se=\EV\041:\
	:so=\EU\041:ue=\EV":us=\EU":vb=\E^G:\
	:tc=blit:

oblit|ojerq|first version of blit rom:\
	:am:da:db:eo:mi:ul:xo:\
	:co#88:it#8:li#72:\
	:AL=\Ef%+ :DL=\Ee%+ :al=\EF:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\EY%r%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EO:dl=\EE:do=^J:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:\
	:kb=^H:le=\ED:nd=\EC:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=\EA:vb=\E^G:

#### Bolt, Beranek & Newman (bbn)
#
# The BitGraph was a product of the now-defunct BBN Computer Corporation.
# The parent company, best known as the architects of the Internet, is
# still around.
#

# Entries for the BitGraph terminals.  The problem 
# with scrolling in vi can only be fixed by getting BBN to put 
# smarter scroll logic in the terminal or changing vi or padding 
# scrolls with about 500 ms delay.
#	
# I always thought the problem was related to the terminal 
# counting newlines in its input buffer before scrolling and 
# then moving the screen that much. Then vi comes along and 
# paints lines in on the bottom line of the screen, so you get 
# this big white gap.

bitgraph|bg2.0nv|bg3.10nv|bbn bitgraph 2.0 or later (normal video):\
	:is=\E>\E[?5l\E[?7h:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:\
	:tc=bg2.0:
bg2.0rv|bg3.10rv|bbn bitgraph 2.0 (reverse video):\
	:is=\E>\E[?5h\E[?7h:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:tc=bg2.0:
bg2.0|bg3.10|bbn bitgraph 2.0 or later (no init):\
	:bs:xn:\
	:co#85:li#64:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=%i\E[%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:\
	:ku=\E[A:l1=PF1:l2=PF2:l3=PF3:l4=PF4:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\n:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

bg1.25rv|bbn bitgraph 1.25 (reverse video):\
	:is=\E>\E[?5h\E[?7h:vb=\E[?5l\E[?5h:tc=bg1.25:
bg1.25nv|bbn bitgraph 1.25 (normal video):\
	:is=\E>\E[?5l\E[?7h:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:tc=bg1.25:
# (bg1.25: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
bg1.25|bbn bitgraph 1.25:\
	:co#85:li#64:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=%i\E[%d;%dH:cr=^M:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:k1=\EP:\
	:k2=\EQ:k3=\ER:k4=\ES:kd=\EB:ke=\E>:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ks=\E=:\
	:ku=\EA:l1=PF1:l2=PF2:l3=PF3:l4=PF4:le=^H:ll=\E[64;1H:\
	:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=\n:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

#### Chromatics
#

# I have put the long strings in :ti:/:te:. Ti sets up a window 
# that is smaller than the screen, and puts up a warning message 
# outside the window. Te erases the warning message, puts the 
# window back to be the whole screen, and puts the cursor at just
# below the small window. I defined :ve: and :vi: to really turn 
# the cursor on and off, but I have taken this out since I don't 
# like the cursor being turned off when vi exits.   
cg7900|chromatics|chromatics 7900:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#40:\
	:al=^A>2:bl=^G:cd=^Al:ce=^A`:cl=^L:cm=\001M%r%d\054%d\054:\
	:cr=^M:dc=^A<1:dl=^A<2:do=^J:ei=:ho=^\:ic=^A>1:im=:le=^H:\
	:ll=^A|:nd=^]:se=\001C1\054\001c2\054:sf=^J:\
	:so=\001C4\054\001c7\054:\
	:te=\001W0\05440\05485\05448\054\014\001W0\0540\05485\05448\054\001M0\05440\054:\
	:ti=\001P0\001O1\001R1\001C4\054\001c0\054\014\001M0\05442\054WARNING DOUBLE ENTER ESCAPE and \025\001C1\054\001c2\054\001W0\0540\05479\05439\054:\
	:uc=\001\001_\001\200:up=^K:

#### Computer Automation
#

ca22851|computer automation 22851:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^\:ce=^]:cl=\014:cm=\002%i%.%.:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:\
	:kd=^W:kh=^^:kl=^U:ku=^V:le=^U:nd=^I:sf=^J:up=^V:

#### Cybernex
#

# This entry has correct padding and the undocumented "ri" capability
cyb83|xl83|cybernex xl-83:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\020:ce=\017:cl=\014:cm=\027%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=^K:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^I:ku=^N:le=^H:nd=^I:sf=^J:sr=^N:up=^N:
# (mdl110: removed obsolete ":ma=^Z^P:" and overridden ":cd=145^NA^W:" -- esr)
cyb110|mdl110|cybernex mdl-110:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\016A\016\035:bl=^G:cd=\016@\026:ce=\016@\026:\
	:cl=\030:cm=\020%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\016A\036:\
	:dl=\016A\016\036:do=^J:ei=:ho=^Y:ic=\016A\035:im=:le=^H:\
	:nd=^U:se=^NG:sf=^J:so=^NF:ta=\011:up=^Z:

#### Datapoint
#
# Datapoint is gone.  They used to be headquartered in Texas.
# They created ARCnet, an Ethernet competitor that flourished for a while
# in the early 1980s before 3COM got wise and cut its prices.  The service
# side of Datapoint still lives (1995) in the form of Intelogic Trace.
#

dp3360|datapoint|datapoint 3360:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#82:li#25:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^_:ce=^^:cl=^]^_:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^]:le=^H:nd=^X:\
	:sf=^J:up=^Z:

# From: Jan Willem Stumpel <jw.stumpel@inter.nl.net>, 11 May 1997
# The Datapoint 8242 Workstation was sold at least between 1985 
# and 1989. To make the terminal work with this entry, press 
# CONTROL-INT-INT to take the terminal off-line, and type (opt). 
# Set the options AUTO ROLL, ROLL DN, and ESC KBD on, and AUTO 
# CR/LF off. Use control-shift-[] as escape key, control-I as tab, 
# shift-F1 to shift-F5 as F6 to F10 (unshifted F1 to F5 are in
# fact unusable because the strings sent by the terminal conflict
# with other keys).
# The terminal is capable of displaying "box draw" characters.
# For each graphic character you must send 2 ESC's (\E\E) followed 
# by a control character as follows: 
#         character        meaning
#         =========        =======
#         ctrl-E           top tee
#         ctrl-F           right tee
#         ctrl-G           bottom tee
#         ctrl-H           left tee
#         ctrl-I           cross
#         ctrl-J           top left corner
#         ctrl-K           top right corner
#         ctrl-L           bottom left corner
#         ctrl-M           bottom right corner
#         ctrl-N           horizontal line
#         ctrl-O           vertical line
# Unfortunately this cannot be fitted into the termcap/terminfo 
# description scheme. 
dp8242|datapoint 8242:\
	:ms:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:al=\E^T:bl=^G:cd=^W:ce=^V:cl=\025\E\004\027\030:\
	:cm=\011%r%+\\%+\\:cr=^M:dl=\E^Z:do=^J:ho=^U:\
	:i1=\E\014\E\016\200\230\200\317\025\027\030\E\004:\
	:k1=^G\Ee:k2=^I\Ed:k3=^J\Ec:k4=^J\Eb:k5=^S\Ea:k6=\EO\Ee:\
	:k7=\EN\Ed:k8=\EM\Ec:k9=\EL\Eb:k;=\EK\Ea:kb=^H:kd=^B:kl=^D:\
	:kr=^F:ku=^E:le=^H:nw=^M^J:\
	:r1=\E\014\E\016\200\230\200\317\025\027\030\E\004:\
	:rp=\E\023%.%.:se=\E^D:sf=^C:so=\E^E:sr=^K:ta=^I:ue=\E^D:\
	:us=\E^F:ve=^X:vi=^Y:

#### DEC terminals (Obsolete types: DECwriter and vt40/42/50)
#
# These entries are DEC's official terminfos for its older terminals.
# Contact Bill Hedberg <hedberg@hannah.enet.dec.com> of Terminal Support
# Engineering for more information.  Updated terminfos and termcaps 
# are kept available at ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/termcaps.
#

gt40|dec gt40:\
	:bs:os:\
	:co#72:li#30:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:
gt42|dec gt42:\
	:bs:os:\
	:co#72:li#40:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:
vt50|dec vt50:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#12:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:nd=\EC:\
	:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=\EA:
vt50h|dec vt50h:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#12:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:le=^H:nd=\EC:sf=^J:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:
# (vt61: there's a BSD termcap that claims :dl=\EPd:, :al=\EPf.: :kb=^H:)
vt61|vt-61|vt61.5|dec vt61:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=\r:do=^J:\
	:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:sf=\n:sr=\EI:ta=^I:\
	:up=\EA:

# The gigi does standout with red!
# (gigi: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string, corrected cub1 -- esr)
gigi|vk100|dec gigi graphics terminal:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#84:li#24:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?20l\E[?7h\E[?8h:k1=\EOP:\
	:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:me=\E[m:\
	:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7;31m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# DEC PRO-350 console (VT220-style).  The 350 was DEC's attempt to produce
# a PC differentiated from the IBM clones.  It was a total, ludicrous,
# grossly-overpriced failure (among other things, DEC's OS didn't include
# a format program, so you had to buy pre-formatted floppies from DEC at
# a hefty premium!).
pro350|decpro|dec pro console:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\EG:as=\EF:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :do=\EB:\
	:ho=\EH:k0=\EE:k1=\EF:k2=\EG:k3=\EH:k4=\EI:k5=\EJ:k6=\Ei:\
	:k7=\Ej:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:\
	:se=\E^N:so=\E^H:sr=\EI:ta=^I:ue=\E^C:up=\EA:us=\E^D:

dw1|decwriter I:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#72:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:sf=^J:
dw2|decwriter|dw|decwriter II:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:le=^H:sf=^J:
# \E(B		Use U.S. character set (otherwise # => british pound !)
# \E[20l	Disable "linefeed newline" mode (else puts \r after \n,\f,\v)
# \E[w   	10 char/in pitch
# \E[1;132	full width horizontal margins
# \E[2g		clear all tab stops
# \E[z		6 lines/in
# \E[66t	66 lines/page (for \f)
# \E[1;66r	full vertical page can be printed
# \E[4g		clear vertical tab stops
# \E>		disable alternate keypad mode (so it transmits numbers!)
# \E[%i%p1%du	set tab stop at column %d (origin == 1)
#		(Full syntax is \E[n;n;n;n;n;...;nu where each 'n' is 
#		a tab stop)
#
#       The dw3 does standout with wide characters.
#
dw3|la120|decwriter III:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:i1=\E(B\E[20l\E[w\E[0;132s\E[2g\E[z\E[66t\E[1;66r\E[4g\E>:\
	:is=\E[9;17;25;33;41;49;57;65;73;81;89;97;105;113;121;129u\r:\
	:kb=^H:le=^H:me=\E[w:se=\E[w:sf=^J:so=\E[6w:ta=^I:
dw4|decwriter IV:\
	:am:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:is=\Ec:k0=\EOP:k1=\EOQ:k2=\EOR:k3=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:le=^H:sf=^J:ta=^I:

# These aren't official
ln03|dec ln03 laser printer:\
	:hc:\
	:co#80:li#66:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:hd=\EK:hu=\EL:me=\E[m:nw=^M^J:se=\E[22m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[1m:ta=^I:ue=\E[24m:us=\E[4m:
ln03-w|dec ln03 laser printer 132 cols:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:nw=^M^J:sf=^J:ta=^I:tc=ln03:

#### Delta Data (dd)
#

# Untested. The cup sequence is hairy enough that it probably needs work.
# The idea is ctrl(O), dd(row), dd(col), where dd(x) is x - 2*(x%16) + '9'.
# There are BSD-derived termcap entries floating around for this puppy
# that are *certainly* wrong.
delta|dd5000|delta data 5000:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#27:\
	:bl=^G:ce=^NU:cl=^NR:cm=\017%+^P%+^P:dc=^NV:do=^J:ho=^NQ:\
	:le=^H:nd=^Y:sf=^J:up=^Z:

#### Digital Data Research (ddr)
#

# (ddr: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
ddr|rebus3180|ddr3180|Rebus/DDR 3180 vt100 emulator:\
	:am:bs:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:RA=\E[7l:SA=\E[7l:cd=50\E[J:ce=3\E[K:cl=50\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=5\E[%i%d;%dH:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=2\E[5m:md=2\E[1m:me=2\E[m:mr=2\E[7m:\
	:nd=2\E[C:r1=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:rc=\E8:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=5\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=5\EM:ta=^I:ue=2\E[m:up=2\E[A:us=2\E[4m:

#### Evans & Sutherland
#

# Jon Leech <leech@cs.unc.edu> tells us:
# The ps300 was the Evans & Sutherland Picture System 300, a high
# performance 3D vector graphics system with a bunch of specialized hardware.
# Approximate date of release was 1982 (early 80s, anyway), and it had several
# evolutions including (limited) color versions such as the PS330C. PS300s
# were effectively obsolete by the late 80s, replaced by raster graphics
# systems, although specialized applications like molecular modelling
# hung onto them for a while longer.  AFAIK all E&S vector graphics systems
# are out of production, though of course E&S is very much alive (in 1996).
# (ps300: changed ":pt@:" to "it@" -- esr)
#
ps300|Picture System 300:\
	:xt:\
	:it@:\
	:se@:so@:ue@:us@:tc=vt100:

#### General Electric (ge)
#

terminet1200|terminet300|tn1200|tn300|terminet|GE terminet 1200:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#120:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:sf=^J:

#### Heathkit/Zenith
#

# Here is a description of the H19 DIP switches:
#
# S401
# 0-3 = baud rate as follows:
# 
#         3       2       1       0
#	---	---	---	--- 
#         0       0       1       1       300 baud
#         0       1       0       1       1200 baud
#         1       0       0       0       2400 baud
#         1       0       1       0       4800 baud
#         1       1       0       0       9600 baud
#         1       1       0       1       19.2K baud
# 
# 4 = parity (0 = no parity)
# 5 = even parity (0 = odd parity)
# 6 = stick parity (0 = normal parity)
# 7 = full duplex (0 = half duplex)
# 
# S402 
# 0 = block cursor (0 = underscore cursor)
# 1 = no key click (0 = keyclick)
# 2 = wrap at end of line (0 = no wrap)
# 3 = auto LF on CR (0 = no LF on CR)
# 4 = auto CR on LF (0 = no CR on LF)
# 5 = ANSI mode (0 = VT52 mode)
# 6 = keypad shifted (0 = keypad unshifted)
# 7 = 50Hz refresh (1 = 60Hz refresh)
# 
# Factory Default settings are as follows:
#          7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
# S401     1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
# S402     0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
# (h19: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string;
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress a tic warning -- esr)
h19-a|h19a|heath-ansi|heathkit-a|heathkit h19 ansi mode:\
	:am:bs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:ac=:ae=\E[11m:al=\E[1L:as=\E[10m:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[1B:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E[>1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9l\E[m\E[11m\E[?7h:k1=\EOS:\
	:k2=\EOT:k3=\EOU:k4=\EOV:k5=\EOW:k6=\EOP:k7=\EOQ:k8=\EOR:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[1B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[1D:kr=\E[1C:ku=\E[1A:l6=blue:\
	:l7=red:l8=white:le=^H:nd=\E[1C:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:up=\E[1A:ve=\E[>4l:vs=\E[>4h:
h19-bs|heathkit w/keypad shifted:\
	:ke=\Eu:ks=\Et:tc=h19-b:
h19-smul|heathkit w/keypad shifted/underscore cursor:\
	:ke=\Eu:ks=\Et:\
	:tc=h19-u:
# (h19: merged in :ip: from BSDI hp19-e entry>;
# also added empty <acsc> to suppress a tic warning --esr)
h19|heath|h19-b|heathkit|heath-19|z19|zenith|heathkit h19:\
	:am:bs:es:hs:mi:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=\EG:al=\EL:as=\EF:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:\
	:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EN:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ei=\EO:fs=\Ek\Ey5:\
	:ho=\EH:im=\E@:ip=1.5<1.5/>:k1=\ES:k2=\ET:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:\
	:k5=\EW:k6=\EP:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l6=blue:l7=red:l8=white:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:\
	:sf=^J:so=\Ep:sr=\EI:ta=^I:\
	:ts=\Ej\Ex5\EY8%+ \Eo\Eo:up=\EA:ve=\Ey4:\
	:vs=\Ex4:
h19-u|heathkit with underscore cursor:\
	:ve@:vs@:tc=h19-b:
h19-us|h19us|heathkit w/keypad shifted/underscore cursor:\
	:ke=\Eu:ks=\Et:\
	:tc=h19-u:
h19-g|h19g|heathkit w/block cursor:\
	:ve=\Ex4:tc=h19-b:
alto-h19|altoh19|altoheath|alto-heath|alto emulating heathkit h19:\
	:li#60:\
	:al=\EL:dl=\EM:tc=h19:

# The major problem with the Z29 is that it requires more padding than the Z19.
#
# The problem with declaring an H19 to be synonymous with a Z29 is that
# it needs more padding. It especially loses if a program attempts
# to put the Z29 into insert mode and insert text at 9600 baud. It
# even loses worse if the program attempts to insert tabs at 9600
# baud. Adding padding to text that is inserted loses because in 
# order to make the Z29 not die, one must add so much padding that
# whenever the program tries to use insert mode, the effective 
# rate is about 110 baud.
# 
# What program would want to put the terminal into insert mode 
# and shove stuff at it at 9600 baud you ask?  
# 
# Emacs. Emacs seems to want to do the mathematically optimal 
# thing in doing a redisplay rather than the practical thing.
# When it is about to output a line on top of a line that is 
# already on the screen, instead of just killing to the end of 
# the line and outputting the new line, it compares the old line 
# and the new line and if there are any similarities, it 
# constructs the new line by deleting the text on the old line 
# on the terminal that is already there and then inserting new
# text into the line to transform it into the new line that is 
# to be displayed. The Z29 does not react kindly to this.
# 
# But don't cry for too long.... There is a solution. You can make
# a termcap entry for the Z29 that says the Z29 has no insert mode.
# Then Emacs cannot use it. "Oh, no, but now inserting into a 
# line will be really slow", you say. Well there is a sort of a
# solution to that too. There is an insert character option on 
# the Z29 that will insert one character. Unfortunately, it 
# involves putting the terminal into ansi mode, inserting the 
# character, and changing it back to H19 mode. All this takes 12 
# characters. Pretty expensive to insert one character, but it 
# works. Either Emacs doesn't try to use its inserting hack when 
# it's only given an insert character ability or the Z29 doesn't 
# require padding with this (the former is probably more likely, 
# but I haven't checked it out).
# (z29: added empty <acsc> to suppress a tic warning, merged in
# status line capabilities from BRL entry --esr)
z29|zenith29|z29b|zenith z29b:\
	:am:bs:es:hs:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:kn#10:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=\EF:al=1\EL:as=\EG:bc=\ED:bl=^G:bt=\E-:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:\
	:cl=\EE:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:dc=\EN:dl=1\EM:do=\EB:ds=\Ey1:\
	:ei=\EO:fs=\Ek\Ey5:ho=\EH:ic=\E<\E[1@\E[?2h:im=\E@:\
	:is=\E<\E[?2h\Ev:k0=\E~:k1=\ES:k2=\ET:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:k5=\EW:\
	:k6=\EP:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:k9=\E0I:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:l0=home:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:sf=\n:so=\Ep:\
	:sr=2\EI:ta=^I:ts=\Ej\Ex5\Ex1\EY8%+ \Eo:ue=\Es0:up=\EA:\
	:us=\Es8:ve=\Ey4:vs=\Ex4:
# z29 in ansi mode. Assumes that the cursor is in the correct state, and that
# the world is stable. <rs1> causes the terminal to be reset to the state
# indicated by the name. kc -> key click, nkc -> no key click, uc -> underscore
# cursor, bc -> block cursor.
# From: Mike Meyers
# (z29a: replaced nonexistent :if=/usr/share/tabset/zenith29: befause :st:
# looks vt100-compatible -- esr)
z29a|z29a-kc-bc|h29a-kc-bc|heath/zenith 29 in ansi mode:\
	:am:bs:es:hs:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#10:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:bc=\ED:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[1P:\
	:do=^J:ds=\E[>1l:fs=\E[u\E[>5l:ho=\E[H:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:k0=\E[~:k1=\EOS:k2=\EOT:\
	:k3=\EOU:k4=\EOV:k5=\EOW:k6=\EOP:k7=\EOQ:k8=\EOR:k9=\EOX:\
	:kC=\E[J:kS=\E[J:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:kh=\E[H:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:\
	:ku=\EOA:l0=help:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[2m:me=\E[m:mh=\E[2m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:ps=\E#7:\
	:r1=\E<\E[1;24r\E[24;1H\E[?7h\E[>4h\E[>1;2;3;5;6;7;8;9l\E[m\E[11m:\
	:rc=\E[r:sc=\E[s:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7;2m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:\
	:ta=^I:te=\E[?7h:ti=\E[?7l:\
	:ts=\E[s\E[>5;1h\E[25;%i%dH\E[1K:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:
z29a-kc-uc|h29a-kc-uc|z29 ansi mode with keyckick and underscore cursor:\
	:r1=\E<\E[1;24r\E[24;1H\E[?7h\E[>1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9l\E[m\E[11m:\
	:tc=z29a:
z29a-nkc-bc|h29a-nkc-bc|z29 ansi mode with block cursor and no keyclick:\
	:r1=\E<\E[1;24r\E[24;1H\E[?7h\E[>2;4h\E[>1;3;5;6;7;8;9l\E[m\E[11m:\
	:tc=z29a:
z29a-nkc-uc|h29a-nkc-uc|z29 ansi mode with underscore cursor and no keyclick:\
	:r1=\E<\E[1;24r\E[24;1H\E[?7h\E[>2h\E[>1;3;4;5;6;7;8;9l\E[m\E[11m:\
	:tc=z29a:
# From: Jeff Bartig <jeffb@dont.doit.wisc.edu> 31 Mar 1995
z39-a|z39a|zenith39-a|zenith39-ansi|Zenith 39 in ANSI mode:\
	:5i:am:es:hs:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:%1=\E[~:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:K1=\EOw:\
	:K2=\EOy:K3=\EOu:K4=\EOq:K5=\EOs:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooqqssttuuvvwwxx~~0a:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[1L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:bt=\E[1Z:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[0J:\
	:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dc=\E[1P:dl=\E[1M:do=\E[B:\
	:ds=\E[>1l:ei=\E[4l:fs=\E[u:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E<\E[>1;3;5;6;7l\E[0m\E[2J:k1=\EOS:k2=\EOT:k3=\EOU:\
	:k4=\EOV:k5=\EOW:k6=\EOP:k7=\EOQ:k8=\EOR:k9=\EOX:kS=\E[J:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E[>7l:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E[>7h:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:ll=\E[24;1H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0m:\
	:mh=\E[2m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:\
	:ps=\E[?19h\E[i:r2=\E<\Ec\200:rc=\E[u:sc=\E[s:se=\E[0m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=^I:ts=\E[s\E[>1h\E[25;%i%dH:\
	:ue=\E[0m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[>5l:vi=\E[>5h:

# From: Brad Brahms <Brahms@USC-ECLC>
z100|h100|z110|z-100|h-100|heath/zenith z-100 pc with color monitor:\
	:ve=\Ey4\Em70:vs=\Ex4\Em71:\
	:tc=z100bw:
# (z100bw: removed obsolete ":kn#10:", added empty <acsc> -- esr)
z100bw|h100bw|z110bw|z-100bw|h-100bw|heath/zenith z-100 pc:\
	:bs:mi:ms:pt:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#10:li#24:\
	:ac=:ae=\EG:al=5*\EL:as=\EF:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=5*\EE:\
	:cm=1*\EY%+ %+ :dc=1*\EN:dl=5*\EM:do=\EB:ei=\EO:ho=\EH:\
	:im=\E@:k0=\EJ:k1=\ES:k2=\ET:k3=\EU:k4=\EV:k5=\EW:k6=\EP:\
	:k7=\EQ:k8=\ER:k9=\EOI:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:\
	:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:so=\Ep:sr=\EI:ta=^I:up=\EA:\
	:ve=\Ey4:vs=\Ex4:
p19|h19-b with il1/dl1:\
	:al=2*\EL:dl=2*\EM:tc=h19-b:
# From: <ucscc!B.fiatlux@ucbvax.berkeley.edu>
# (ztx: removed duplicate :sr: -- esr)
ztx|ztx11|zt-1|htx11|ztx-1-a|ztx-10 or 11:\
	:am:bs:es:hs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EE:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dl=\EM:do=^J:\
	:ds=\Ey1:fs=\Ek\Ey5:ho=\EH:\
	:is=\Ej\EH\Eq\Ek\Ev\Ey1\Ey5\EG\Ey8\Ey9\Ey>:k0=\ES:\
	:k1=\EB:k2=\EU:k3=\EV:k4=\EW:k5=\EP:k6=\EQ:k7=\ER:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\Eq:so=\Es5:\
	:sr=\EI:ta=^I:ts=\Ej\Ex5\Ex1\EY8%+ \Eo:ue=\Eq:up=\EA:\
	:us=\Es2:

#### IMS International (ims)
#
# There was a company called IMS International located in Carson City, 
# Nevada, that flourished from the mid-70s to mid-80s.  They made S-100
# bus/Z80 hardware and a line of terminals called Ultimas.  
#

# From: Erik Fair <fair@ucbarpa.berkeley.edu>  Sun Oct 27 07:21:05 1985
ims950-b|bare ims950 no init string:\
	:is@:tc=ims950:
# (ims950: removed obsolete ":ko@:" -- esr)
ims950|ims televideo 950 emulation:\
	:xn@:\
	:k0@:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:k9@:kb@:kd@:kh@:kl@:kr@:ku@:vb@:tc=tvi950:
# (ims950-rv: removed obsolete ":ko@:" -- esr)
ims950-rv|ims tvi950 rev video:\
	:xn@:\
	:k0@:k1@:k2@:k3@:k4@:k5@:k6@:k7@:k8@:k9@:kb@:kd@:kh@:kl@:kr@:ku@:vb@:tc=tvi950-rv:
ims-ansi|ultima2|ultimaII|IMS Ultima II:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%2;%2H:do=\ED:\
	:if=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:\
	:is=\E[m\E[>14l\E[?1;?5;20l\E>\E[1m\r:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:se=\E[m\E[1m:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m\E[1m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:

#### Intertec Data Systems
#
# I think this company is long dead as of 1995.  They made an early CP/M
# micro called the "Intertec Superbrain" that was moderately popular,
# then sank out of sight.
#

superbrain|intertec superbrain:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bc=^U:bl=^G:cd=\E~k<10*>:ce=\E~K:cl=\014:cm=\EY%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:do=^J:kd=^J:kl=^U:kr=^F:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^F:sf=^J:ta=^I:\
	:te=^L:ti=^L:up=^K:
# (intertube: a Gould entry via BRL asserted smul=\E0@$<200/>, 
# rmul=\E0A$<200/>; my guess is the highlight letter is bit-coded like an ADM,
# and the reverse is actually true.  Try it. -- esr)
intertube|intertec|Intertec InterTube:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^A:le=^H:nd=^F:\
	:se=\E0@:sf=^J:so=\E0P:up=^Z:
# The intertube 2 has the "full duplex" problem like the tek 4025: if you
# are typing and a command comes in, the keystrokes you type get interspersed
# with the command and it messes up
intertube2|intertec data systems intertube 2:\
	:bs:\
	:ce=\EK:ch=\020%+^J:cm=\016%.\020%+^J:cv=\013%.:\
	:ll=^K^X\r:\
	:tc=intertube:

#### Ithaca Intersystems
#
# This company made S100-bus personal computers long ago in the pre-IBM-PC
# past.  They used to be reachable at:
#
#	Ithaca Intersystems
#	1650 Hanshaw Road
#	Ithaca, New York 14850
#
# However, the outfit went bankrupt years ago.
#

# The Graphos III was a color graphics terminal from Ithaca Intersystems.
# These entries were written (originally in termcap syntax) by Brian Yandell 
# <yandell@stat.wisc.edu> and Mike Meyer <mikem@stat.wisc.edu> at the 
# University of Wisconsin.

# (graphos: removed obsolete and syntactically incorrect :kn=4:, 
# removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/init.graphos: and 
# <rf=/usr/share/tabset/init.graphos> no such file & no :st: -- esr)
graphos|graphos III:\
	:am:mi:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:dm=\E[4h:do=\E[B:\
	:ed=\E[4l:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:nw=^M\ED:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:\
	:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:up=\E[A:\
	:ve=\Ez56;2;0;0z\Ez73z\Ez4;1;1z:\
	:vs=\Ez4;2;1z\Ez56;2;80;24z:
graphos-30|graphos III with 30 lines:\
	:li#30:\
	:vs=\Ez4;2;1z\Ez56;2;80;30z:tc=graphos:

#### Modgraph
#
# These people used to be reachable at:
#
#	Modgraph, Inc
#	1393 Main Street,
#	Waltham, MA 02154
#	Vox: (617)-890-5796.
#
# However, if you call that number today you'll get an insurance company.
# I have mail from "Michael Berman, V.P. Sales, Modgraph" dated 
# 26 Feb 1997 that says:
#
# Modgraph GX-1000, replaced by GX-2000.  Both are out of production, have been
# for ~7 years.  Modgraph still in business.  Products are rugged laptop and
# portable PC's and specialized CRT and LCD monitors (rugged, rack-mount
# panel-mount etc).  I can be emailed at sonfour@aol.com
#

modgraph|mod24|modgraph terminal emulating vt100:\
	:xn@:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:is=\E\1369;0s\E\1367;1s\E[3g\E\13611;9s\E\13611;17s\E\13611;25s\E\13611;33s\E\13611;41s\E\13611;49s\E\13611;57s\E\13611;65s\E\13611;73s\E\13611;81s\E\13611;89s:\
	:rf@:sr=5\EM\E[K:vs=\E\1369;0s\E\1367;1s:\
	:tc=vt100:
# The GX-1000 manual is dated 1984.  This looks rather like a VT-52.
modgraph2|modgraph gx-1000 80x24 with keypad not enabled:\
	:am:da:db:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:cd=50\EJ:ce=3\EK:cl=50\EH\EJ:cm=5\EY%+ %+ :\
	:is=\E<\E\1365;2s\E\1367;1s\E[3g\E\13611;9s\E\13611;17s\E\13611;25s\E\13611;33s\E\13611;41s\E\13611;49s\E\13611;57s\E\13611;65s\E\13611;73s\E\13611;81s\E\13611;89s\E\13612;0s\E\13614;2s\E\13615;9s\E\13625;1s\E\1369;1s\E\13627;1:\
	:le=^H:nd=2\EC:sr=5\EI:ta=^I:up=2\EA:
#
# Modgraph from Nancy L. Cider <nancyc@brl-tbd>
# BUG NOTE from Barbara E. Ringers <barb@brl-tbd>:
# If we set TERM=vt100, and set the Modgraph screen to 24 lines, setting a
# mark and using delete-to-killbuffer work correctly.  However, we would
# like normal mode of operation to be using a Modgraph with 48 line setting.
# If we set TERM=mod (which is a valid entry in termcap with 48 lines)
# the setting mark and delete-to-killbuffer results in the deletion of only
# the line the mark is set on.
# We've discovered that the delete-to-killbuffer works correctly
# with TERM=mod and screen set to 80x48 but it's not obvious.  Only
# the first line disappears but a ctrl-l shows that it did work
# correctly.
modgraph48|mod|Modgraph w/48 lines:\
	:am:bs:pt:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#48:vt#3:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[;H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:do=^J:ho=\E[H:\
	:is=\E<\E[1;48r\E[0q\E[3;4q\E=\E[?1h:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:\
	:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:\
	:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:nl=^J:r1=\E=\E[0q\E>:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:vb=\E[?5h\E[0q\E[1;2q\E[?5l\E[0q\E[4;3q:

#### Morrow Designs
# 
# This was George Morrow's company.  They started in the late 1970s making
# S100-bus machines.  They used to be reachable at:
#
#        Morrow
#        600 McCormick St.
#        San Leandro, CA 94577
#
# but they're long gone now (1995).
#

# The mt70 terminal was shipped with the Morrow MD-3 microcomputer. 
# Jeff's specimen was dated June 1984.
# From: Jeff Wieland <wieland@acn.purdue.edu> 24 Feb 1995
mt70|mt-70|Morrow MD-70; native Morrow mode:\
	:am:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:%1=^AO\r:F1=^A`\r:F2=^Aa\r:F3=^Ab\r:F4=^Ac\r:F5=^Ad\r:\
	:F6=^Ae\r:F7=^Af\r:F8=^Ag\r:F9=^Ah\r:FA=^Ai\r:\
	:ac=+z\054{.yOi-x`|jGkFlEmDnHtLuKvNwMxIqJ:ae=\E%:\
	:al=\EE:as=\E$:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=^Z:\
	:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=:ho=^^:\
	:i1=\E"2\EG0\E]:ic=\EQ:im=:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:\
	:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:\
	:k;=^AI\r:kB=^A^Z\r:kC=^An\r:kD=\177:kb=^H:kd=^AK\r:\
	:kh=^AN\r:kl=^AL\r:kr=^AM\r:ku=^AJ\r:le=^H:mh=\EG2:mk@:\
	:nd=^L:nw=^_:sf=^J:ta=^I:te=:ti=\E"2\EG0\E]:up=^K:us=\EG1:\
	:vb=\EK1\EK0:ve=\E"2:vi=\E"0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:

#### Motorola
#

# Motorola EXORterm 155	from {decvax, ihnp4}!philabs!sbcs!megad!seth via BRL
# (Seth H Zirin)
ex155|Motorola Exorterm 155:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:kn#5:li#24:ug#1:\
	:bt=\E[:cd=\ET:ce=\EU:cl=\EX:cm=\EE%+ %+ :do=\EB:ho=\E@:\
	:kB=\E[:kC=\EX:kE=\EU:kS=\ET:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=\E@:kl=^H:kr=^L:\
	:ku=^K:nd=\ED:se=\Ec\ED:so=\Eb\ED:ta=\EZ:ue=\Eg\ED:\
	:us=\Ef\ED:

#### Omron
#
# This company is still around in 1995, manufacturing point-of-sale systems.

omron|Omron 8025AG:\
	:am:bs:da:db:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\ER:ce=\EK:cl=\EJ:cr=^M:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:do=^J:\
	:ho=\EH:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\E4:sf=\ES:so=\Ef:sr=\ET:up=\EA:\
	:vs=\EN:

#### Ramtek
#
# Ramtek was a vendor of high-end graphics terminals around 1979-1983; they
# were competition for things like the Tektronics 4025.
#

# Ramtek 6221 from BRL, probably by Doug Gwyn
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	UNDERLINE_CURSOR	ANSI_MODE	AUTO_XON/XOFF_ON
#	NEWLINE_OFF		80_COLUMNS
# Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or communication
# requirements; I recommend
#	SMOOTH_SCROLL	AUTO_REPEAT_ON	3_#_SHIFTED	WRAP_AROUND_ON
# Hardware tabs are assumed to be every 8 columns; they can be set up by the
# "reset", "tset", or "tabs" utilities (use rt6221-w, 160 columns, for this).
# Note that the Control-E key is useless on this brain-damaged terminal.  No
# delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany" to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
rt6221|Ramtek 6221, 80x24:\
	:bs:ms:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#4:li#24:vt#3:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:ae=\E(B:as=\E(0:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[1;1H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:\
	:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:do=^K:ho=\E[1;1H:is=:\
	:k0=\EOP:k1=\EOQ:k2=\EOR:k3=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:\
	:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:l0=PF1:l1=PF2:l2=PF3:l3=PF4:\
	:le=^H:ll=\E[24;1H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:\
	:r1=\E[1w\E[>37m\E[>39m\E[1v\E[20l\E[?3l\E[?6l\E[>5h\E[>6h\E[>7h\E[>8l\E[>9h\E[>10l\E[1;24r\E[m\E[q\E(B\017\E#5\E>:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[>5h\E[>9h:vi=\E[>5l:\
	:vs=\E[>7h\E[>9l:
# [TO DO: Check out: short forms of ho/cl and ll; reset (\Ec)].
rt6221-w|Ramtek 6221, 160x48:\
	:co#160:li#48:\
	:ll=\E[48;1H:tc=rt6221:

#### RCA
#

# RCA VP3301 or VP3501
rca|rca vp3301/vp3501:\
	:bs:\
	:co#40:li#24:\
	:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :ho=^Z:nd=^U:se=\E\ES0:so=\E\ES1:up=^K:


#### Selanar
#

# Selanar HiREZ-100 from BRL, probably by Doug Gwyn
# The following SET-UP modes are assumed for normal operation:
#	SET_DEFAULT_TABS	48_LINES		80_COLUMNS
#	ONLINE			ANSI			CURSOR_VISIBLE
#	VT102_AUTO_WRAP_ON	VT102_NEWLINE_OFF	VT102_MONITOR_MODE_OFF
#	LOCAL_ECHO_OFF		US_CHAR_SET		WPS_TERMINAL_DISABLED
#	CPU_AUTO_XON/XOFF_ENABLED			PRINT_FULL_SCREEN
# For use with graphics software, all graphics modes should be set to factory
# default.  Other SET-UP modes may be set for operator convenience or
# communication requirements.  No delays are specified; use "stty ixon -ixany"
# to enable DC3/DC1 flow control!
# I commented out the scrolling capabilities since they are too slow.
hirez100|Selanar HiREZ-100:\
	:bs:mi:ms:pt:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:kn#4:li#48:vt#3:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ac=:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ho=\E[H:is=\E<:k0=\EOP:k1=\EOQ:\
	:k2=\EOR:k3=\EOS:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:\
	:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:ku=\EOA:l0=PF1:l1=PF2:l2=PF3:l3=PF4:\
	:le=^H:ll=\E[48H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=\EE:pf=\E[4i\E[?4i:po=\E[?5i\E[5i:ps=\E[i:\
	:r1=\030\E2\E<\E[4i\E[?4i\E[12h\E[2;4;20l\E[?0;7h\E[?1;3;6;19l\E[r\E[m\E(B\017\E>:\
	:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\EM:\
	:us=\E[4m:
hirez100-w|Selanar HiREZ-100 in 132-column mode:\
	:co#132:tc=hirez100:

#### Signetics
#

# From University of Wisconsin
vsc|Signetics Vsc Video driver by RMC:\
	:am:ms:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#26:\
	:ce=\E[K:cl=50\E[;H\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:ho=\E[H:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:me=^_\041:mr=^_ :nd=\E[C:\
	:nw=^M^J:se=^_\041:sf=^J:so=^_ :ta=^I:ue=^_#:up=\E[A:us=^_":

#### Soroc
#
# Alan Frisbie <frisbie@flying-disk.com> writes:
#
# As you may recall, the Soroc logo consisted of their name,
# with the letter "S" superimposed over an odd design.   This
# consisted of a circle with a slightly smaller 15 degree (approx.)
# wedge with rounded corners inside it.   The color was sort of
# a metallic gold/yellow.
# 
# If I had been more of a beer drinker it might have been obvious
# to me, but it took a clue from their service department to make
# me exclaim, "Of course!"   The circular object was the top of
# a beer can (the old removable pop-top style) and "Soroc" was an
# anagram for "Coors".
# 
# I can just imagine the founders of the company sitting around
# one evening, tossing back a few and trying to decide what to
# call their new company and what to use for a logo.
# 

# (soroc120: removed obsolete ":ma=^K^P^R^L^L :" -- esr)
soroc120|iq120|soroc|soroc iq120:\
	:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:do=^J:kd=^J:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:tc=adm3a:
soroc140|iq140|soroc iq140:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\Ee:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\Ey:ce=\Et:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\Ew:dl=\Er:do=^J:ei=\E8:ho=^^:im=\E9:k0=^A0\r:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kb=^H:kh=^^:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:\
	:ll=^^^K:nd=^L:se=\E\177:sf=^J:so=\E\177:ue=\E^A:up=^K:\
	:us=\E^A:

#### Southwest Technical Products
#
# These guys made an early personal micro called the M6800.  
# The ct82 was probably its console terminal.
#

# (swtp: removed obsolete ":bc=^D:" -- esr)
swtp|ct82|southwest technical products ct82:\
	:am:\
	:co#82:li#20:\
	:al=^^Y:bl=^G:cd=^V:ce=^F:cl=^L:cm=\013%r%.%.:cr=^M:dc=^^H:\
	:dl=^Z:do=^J:ei=:ho=^P:ic=^^X:im=:\
	:is=\034\022\036\023\036\004\035\027\011\023\036\035\036\017\035\027\022\011:\
	:le=^D:ll=^C:nd=^S:se=^^^F:sf=^N:so=^^^V:sr=^O:up=^A:

#### Synertek
#
# Bob Manson <manson@pattyr.acs.ohio-state.edu> writes (28 Apr 1995):
#
# Synertek used to make ICs, various 6502-based single-board process
# control and hobbyist computers, and assorted peripherals including a
# series of small inexpensive terminals (I think they were one of the
# first to have a "terminal-on-a-keyboard", where the terminal itself
# was only slightly larger than the keyboard).
#
# They apparently had a KTM-1 model, which I've never seen. The KTM-2/40
# was a 40x24 terminal that could connect to a standard TV through a
# video modulator.  The KTM-2/80 was the 80-column version (the 2/40
# could be upgraded to the 2/80 by adding 2 2114 SRAMs and a new ROM).
# I have a KTM-2/80 still in working order.  The KTM-2s had fully
# socketed parts, used 2 6507s, a 6532 as keyboard scanner, a program
# ROM and 2 ROMs as character generators. They were incredibly simple,
# and I've never had any problems with mine (witness the fact that mine
# was made in 1981 and is still working great... I've blown the video
# output transistor a couple of times, but it's a 2N2222 :-)
#
# The KTM-3 (which is what is listed in the terminfo file) was their
# attempt at putting a KTM-2 in a box (and some models came with a
# CRT). It wasn't much different from the KTM-2 hardware-wise, but the
# control and escape sequences are very different. The KTM-3 was always
# real broken, at least according to the folks I've talked to about it.
# 
# The padding in the entry is probably off--these terminals were very
# slow (it takes like 100ms for the KTM-2 to clear the screen...) And
# anyone with any sanity replaced the ROMs with something that provided
# a reasonable subset of VT100 functionality, since the usual ROMs were
# obviously very primitive... oh, you could get an upgraded ROM from
# Synertek for some incredible amount of money, but what hacker with an
# EPROM burner would do that? :)
# 
# Sorry I don't have any contact info; I believe they were located in
# Sunnyvale, and I'm fairly sure they are still manufacturing ICs
# (they've gone to ASICs and FPGAs), but I doubt they're in the computer
# business these days.
#

# Tested, seems to work fine with vi.
synertek|ktm|synertek380|synertek ktm 3/80 tubeless terminal:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=^Z:cm=\E=%+ %+ :le=^H:nd=^L:up=^K:

#### Tab Office Products
#
#	TAB Products Co. - Palo Alto, California
#	Electronic Office Products,
#	1451 California Avenue 94304
#
# I think they're out of business.
#

# The tab 132 uses xon/xoff, so no padding needed.
# :ks:/:ke: have nothing to do with arrow keys.
# :is: sets 80 col mode, normal video, autowrap on (for :am:).
# Seems to be no way to get rid of status line.
# The manual for this puppy was dated June 1981.  It claims to be VT52-
# compatible but looks more vt100-like.
tab132|tab|tab132-15|tab 132/15:\
	:da:db:\
	:co#80:dN@:li#24:lm#96:\
	:al=\E[L:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:\
	:im=\E[4h:is=\E[?7h\E[?3l\E[?5l:kd=\E[B:ke@:kl=\E[D:ks@:\
	:ku=\E[A:\
	:tc=vt100:
tab132-w|tab132 in wide mode:\
	:co#132:\
	:is=\E[?7h\E[?3h\E[?5l:tc=tab132:
tab132-rv|tab132 in reverse-video mode:\
	:is=\E[?7h\E[?3l\E[?5h:tc=tab132:
tab132-w-rv|tab132 in reverse-video/wide mode:\
	:is=\E[?7h\E[?3h\E[?5h:tc=tab132-w:


#### Teleray
#
#	Research Incorporated
#	6425 Flying Cloud Drive
#	Eden Prairie, MN 55344
#	Vox: (612)-941-3300
#
# The Teleray terminals were all discontinued in 1992-93.  RI still services
# and repairs these beasts, but no longer manufactures them.  The Teleray
# people believe that all the types listed below are very rare now (1995).
# There was a newer line of Telerays (Model 7, Model 20, Model 30, and
# Model 100) that were ANSI-compatible.
#
# Note two things called "teleray".  Reorder should move the common one
# to the front if you have either.  A dumb teleray with the cursor stuck
# on the bottom and no obvious model number is probably a 3700.
#

t3700|dumb teleray 3700:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:le=^H:sf=^J:
t3800|teleray 3800 series:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=^L:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:ho=\EH:\
	:le=^H:ll=\EY7 :nd=\EC:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^K:
t1061|teleray|teleray 1061:\
	:am:bs:km:xs:xt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#1:ug#1:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\014:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:ct=\EG:dc=\EQ:dl=\EM:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EP:im=:ip=:\
	:is=\Ee\EU01^Z1\EV\EU02^Z2\EV\EU03^Z3\EV\EU04^Z4\EV\EU05^Z5\EV\EU06^Z6\EV\EU07^Z7\EV\EU08^Z8\EV\Ef:\
	:k1=^Z1:k2=^Z2:k3=^Z3:k4=^Z4:k5=^Z5:k6=^Z6:k7=^Z7:k8=^Z8:\
	:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\ER@:sf=^J:so= \ERD:st=\EF:ta=^I:ue=\ER@:\
	:up=\EA:us=\ERH:
t1061f|teleray 1061 with fast PROMs:\
	:al=\EL:dl=\EM:ip@:tc=t1061:
# "Teleray Arpa Special", officially designated as
# "Teleray Arpa network model 10" with "Special feature 720".
# This is the new (1981) fast microcode updating the older "arpa" proms
# (which gave meta-key and programmable-fxn keys).  720 is much much faster,
# converts the keypad to programmable function keys, and has other goodies.
# Standout mode is still broken (magic cookie, etc) so is suppressed as no
# programs handle such lossage properly.
# Note: this is NOT the old termcap's "t1061f with fast proms."
# From: J. Lepreau <lepreau@utah-cs> Tue Feb  1 06:39:37 1983, Univ of Utah
# (t10: removed overridden ":so@:se@:us@:ue@:" -- esr)
t10|teleray 10 special:\
	:bs:km:xs:xt:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:sg#2:ug#2:\
	:al=\EL:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=30\Ej:cm=\EY%+ %+ :dc=\EQ:dl=\EM:\
	:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EP:im=:le=^H:nd=\EC:pc=\200:se=\ER@:sf=\Eq:\
	:so=\ERD:sr=\Ep:ta=^I:ue=\ER@:up=\EA:us=\ERH:
# teleray 16 - map the arrow keys for vi/rogue, shifted to up/down page, and
# back/forth words. Put the function keys (f1-f10) where they can be
# found, and turn off the other magic keys along the top row, except
# for line/local. Do the magic appropriate to make the page shifts work.
# Also toggle ^S/^Q for those of us who use Emacs.
t16|teleray 16:\
	:am:da:db:mi:xs:xt:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[0J:ce=\E[0K:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=%i\E[%d;%df:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:\
	:ho=\E[H:im=\E[4h:k1=^Z1:k2=^Z2:k3=^Z3:k4=^Z4:k5=^Z5:k6=^Z6:\
	:k7=^Z7:k8=^Z8:k9=^Z9:k;=^Z0:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:te=\E[V\E[24;1f\E[?38h:\
	:ti=\E[U\E[?38l:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

#### Texas Instruments (ti)
#

# The Silent 700 was so called because it was built around a quiet thermal
# printer.  It was portable, equipped with an acoustic coupler, and pretty
# neat for its day.
ti700|ti733|ti735|ti745|ti800|ti silent 700/733/735/745 or omni 800:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cr=\r:do=^J:le=^H:sf=^J:

#
# Texas Instruments 916 VDT 7 bit control mode
#
ti916|ti916-220-7|Texas Instruments 916 VDT 8859/1 vt220 mode 7 bit CTRL:\
	:da:db:in:ms:\
	:%9=^X:@4=\E[29~:@8=^J:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:F1=\E[29~:F2=\E[31~:IC=\E[%d@:LE=\E[%dD:\
	:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:ae=\E(B:as=\E(0:bt=\E[Z:cb=\E[1K:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[0K:ch=\E[%+^AG:cl=\E[H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:ct=\E[3g:cv=\E[%+^Ad:dc=\E[P:eA=\E(B:\
	:ec=\E[%dX:ei=:ff=^L:im=:ip=:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\E[17~:\
	:k2=\E[18~:k3=\E[19~:k4=\E[20~:k5=\E[21~:k6=\E[23~:\
	:k7=\E[24~:k8=\E[25~:k9=\E[26~:k;=\E[28~:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:\
	:kN=\E[S:kP=\E[T:kh=\E[H:mp=\E&:r2=\E[\041p:st=\E[0W:\
	:vb=\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?25h:\
	:tc=vt220:
#
# Texas Instruments 916 VDT 8 bit control mode
#
ti916-8|ti916-220-8|Texas Instruments 916 VDT 8859/1 8 vt220 mode bit CTRL:\
	:%9=^X:@4=\23329~:@8=^J:F1=\23329~:F2=\23331~:k1=\23317~:\
	:k2=\23318~:k3=\23319~:k4=\23320~:k5=\23321~:k6=\23323~:\
	:k7=\23324~:k8=\23325~:k9=\23326~:k;=\23328~:kD=\233P:\
	:kI=\233@:kN=\233S:kP=\233T:kd=\233B:kh=\233H:kl=\233D:\
	:kr=\233C:ku=\233A:\
	:tc=ti916:
#
# Texas Instruments 916 VDT 8859/1 7 bit control 132 column mode
#
ti916-132|Texas Instruments 916 VDT vt220 132 column:\
	:co#132:tc=ti916:
#
# Texas Instruments 916 VDT 8859/1 8 bit control 132 column mode
#
ti916-8-132|Texas Instruments 916 VDT vt220 132 column:\
	:co#132:tc=ti916-8:
ti924|Texas Instruments 924 VDT 8859/1 7 bit CTRL:\
	:am:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:\
	:cm=%i\E[%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=%i\E[%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:k5=\E[16~:\
	:k6=\E[17~:k7=\E[18~:k8=\E[19~:k9=\E[20~:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?31h:
ti924-8|Texas Instruments 924 VDT 8859/1 8 bit CTRL:\
	:am:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:\
	:cm=%i\E[%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=%i\E[%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=\E[B:ho=\E[H:k1=P\217>:k2=Q\217>:k3=R\217>:k4=S\217>:\
	:k5=~\23316>:k6=~\23317>:k7=~\23318>:k8=~\23319>:\
	:k9=~\23320>:kD=P\233>:kI=@\233>:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=\E[D:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:\
	:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:rc=\E8:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[?25h:\
	:vi=\E[?25l:vs=\E[?31h:
ti924w|Texas Instruments 924 VDT 7 bit - 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:tc=ti924:
ti924-8w|Texas Instruments 924 VDT 8 bit - 132 column mode:\
	:co#132:tc=ti924-8:
ti931|Texas Instruments 931 VDT:\
	:am:bs:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EN:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EI:cl=\EL:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EQ:dl=\EO:do=\EB:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\ER\EP\EM:im=:\
	:is=\EGB\E(@B@@\E):k1=\Ei1:k2=\Ei2:k3=\Ei3:k4=\Ei4:\
	:k5=\Ei5:k6=\Ei6:k7=\Ei7:k8=\Ei8:k9=\Ei9:kA=\EN:kD=\EQ:\
	:kI=\EP:kL=\EO:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=\ED:mb=\E4P:\
	:me=\E4@:mk=\E4H:mr=\E4B:nd=\EC:se=\E4@:sf=\Ea:so=\E4A:\
	:sr=\Eb:ue=\E4@:up=\EA:us=\E4D:ve=\E4@:
ti926|Texas Instruments 926 VDT 8859/1 7 bit CTRL:\
	:cs@:sf=\E[1S:sr=\E[1T:tc=ti924:
# (ti926-8: I corrected this from the broken SCO entry -- esr)
ti926-8|Texas Instruments 926 VDT 8859/1 8 bit CTRL:\
	:cs@:sf=\2331S:sr=\2331T:\
	:tc=ti924-8:
ti_ansi|basic entry for ti928:\
	:am:eo:ut:xn:xo:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#25:pa#64:\
	:@7=\E[F:Sb=\E[4%dm:Sf=\E[3%dm:al=\E[L:bl=^G:bt=\E[Z:\
	:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=:ho=\E[H:\
	:ic=\E[@:im=:k0=\E[V:k1=\E[M:k2=\E[N:k3=\E[O:k4=\E[P:\
	:k5=\E[Q:k6=\E[R:k7=\E[S:k8=\E[T:k9=\E[U:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:op=\E[37;40m:se=\E[m:\
	:sf=\E[S:so=\E[7m:sr=\E[T:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
#
#       928 VDT 7 bit control mode
#
ti928|Texas Instruments 928 VDT 8859/1 7 bit CTRL:\
	:%9=\E[35~:@7=\E_1\E\:@8=\E[8~:F1=\E[29~:F2=\E[31~:\
	:F3=\E[32~:F5=\E[34~:k1=\E[17~:k2=\E[18~:k3=\E[19~:\
	:k4=\E[20~:k5=\E[21~:k6=\E[23~:k7=\E[24~:k8=\E[25~:\
	:k9=\E[26~:k;=\E[28~:kD=\E[P:kI=\E[@:kN=\E[S:kP=\E[T:\
	:tc=ti_ansi:
#
#       928 VDT 8 bit control mode
#
ti928-8|Texas Instruments 928 VDT 8859/1 8 bit CTRL:\
	:%9=\23335~:@7=\2371\234:@8=\2338~:F1=\23329~:F2=\23331~:\
	:F3=\23332~:F5=\23334~:k1=\23317~:k2=\23318~:k3=\23319~:\
	:k4=\23320~:k5=\23321~:k6=\23323~:k7=\23324~:k8=\23325~:\
	:k9=\23326~:k;=\23328~:kD=\233P:kI=\233@:kN=\233S:\
	:kP=\233T:kh=\233H:\
	:tc=ti_ansi:

#### Zentec (zen)
#

# (zen30: removed obsolete :ma=^L ^R^L^K^P:.  This entry originally
# had just :so:=\EG6 which I think means standout was supposed to be 
# dim-reverse using ADM12-style attributes. ADM12 :us:/:ue: and
# <invis> might work-- esr)
zen30|z30|zentec 30:\
	:am:bs:mi:ul:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EE:bl=^G:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ei=\Er:ho=^^:im=\Eq:le=^H:mh=\EG2:nd=^L:\
	:sf=^J:so=\EG6:ue@:up=^K:us@:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
# (zen50: this had extension capabilities
#	:BS=^U:CL=^V:CR=^B:
# UK/DK/RK/LK/HM were someone's aliases for ku/kd/kl/kr/kh,
# which were also in the original entry -- esr)
# (zen50: removed obsolete ":ma=^Hh^Ll^Jj^Kk:" -- esr)
zen50|z50|zentec zephyr:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#1:\
	:al=\EE:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E+:cm=\E=%+ %+ :dc=\EW:dl=\ER:ei=:\
	:ic=\EQ:im=:kd=^J:kh=^^:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:mk@:ue@:up=^K:\
	:us@:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:

# CCI 4574 (Office Power) from Will Martin <wmartin@BRL.ARPA> via BRL
cci|cci1|z8001|zen8001|CCI Custom Zentec 8001:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :cs=\ER%+ %+ :do=^J:\
	:ho=\EH:is=\EM \EF\ET\EP\ER 7:kb=^H:kd=\EB:kh=\EH:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:mb=\EM":me=\EM :mh=\EM\041:mk=\EM(:\
	:mr=\EM$:nd=\EC:pf=^T:po=^R:se=\EM :so=\EM$:sr=\EI:ue=\EM :\
	:up=\EA:us=\EM0:ve=\EP:vs=\EF\EQ\EM \ER 7:

######## OBSOLETE UNIX CONSOLES
#

#### Apollo consoles
#
# Apollo got bought by Hewlett-Packard.  The Apollo workstations are 
# labeled HP700s now.
#

# From: Gary Darland <goodmanc@garnet.berkeley.edu>
apollo|apollo console:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#88:li#53:\
	:al=\EI:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\EN%d:cl=^L:cm=\EM%+ %d):cv=\EO+ :\
	:dc=\EP:dl=\EL:do=\EB:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:le=^H:nd=\EC:se=\ET:\
	:sf=\EE:so=\ES:sr=\ED:te=\EX:ti=\EW:ue=\EV:up=\EA:us=\EU:

# We don't know whether or not the apollo guys replicated DEC's firmware bug
# in the VT132 that reversed :ei:/:im:.  To be on the safe side, disable
# both these capabilities.
apollo_15P|apollo 15 inch display:\
	:ei@:im@:tc=vt132:
apollo_19L|apollo 19 inch display:\
	:ei@:im@:tc=vt132:
apollo_color|apollo color display:\
	:ei@:im@:tc=vt132:

#### Convergent Technology
#
# Burroughs bought Convergent shortly before it merged with Univac.
# CTOS is (I believe) dead.  Probably the aws is too (this entry dates
# from 1991 or earlier).
#

# Convergent AWS workstation from Gould/SEL UTX/32 via BRL
# (aws: removed unknown :dn=^K: -- esr)
aws|Convergent Technologies AWS workstation under UTX,Xenix:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#28:sg#0:ug#0:\
	:ac=:ae=\EAAF:al=\EIL:as=\EAAN:bc=^H:cd=\EEF:ce=\EEL:\
	:ch=\EH%.:cl=^L:cm=\EC%r%.%.:cv=\EV%.:dc=\EDC:dl=\EDL:\
	:do=^K:ei=:ic=\EIC:im=:kb=^H:kd=^K:kl=^N:kr=^R:ku=^A:\
	:ma=\016h\013j\001k\022l\002m:nd=^R:nl=^J:se=\EARF:\
	:sf=\ESU:so=\EARN:sr=\ESD:ue=\EAUF:up=^A:us=\EAUN:
awsc|Convergent Technologies AWS workstation under CTOS:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:sg#0:ug#0:\
	:ac=:ae=\EAAF:as=\EAAN:bc=^N:cd=\EEF:ce=\EEL:cl=^L:\
	:cm=\EC%r%.%.:do=^K:kb=^H:kd=^K:kl=^N:kr=^R:ku=^A:\
	:ma=\016h\013j\001k\022l\002m:nd=^R:se=\EAA:so=\EAE:\
	:ue=\EAA:up=^A:us=\EAC:

#### DEC consoles
#

# The MicroVax console.  Tim Theisen <tim@cs.wisc.edu> writes:
# The digital uVax II's had a graphic display called a qdss.  It was
# supposed to be a high performance graphic accelerator, but it was
# late to market and barely appeared before faster dumb frame buffers
# appeared.  I have only used this display while running X11.  However,
# during bootup, it was in text mode, and probably had a terminal emulator
# within it.  And that is what your termcap entry is for.  In graphics
# mode the screen size is 1024x864 pixels.
qdss|qdcons|qdss glass tty:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#128:li#57:\
	:cl=1\032:cm=\E=%.%.:do=^J:le=^H:nd=^L:up=^K:

#### Fortune Systems consoles
#
# Fortune made a line of 68K-based UNIX boxes that were pretty nifty
# in their day; I (esr) used one myself for a year or so around 1984.
# They had no graphics, though, and couldn't compete against Suns and
# the like.  R.I.P.
#

# From: Robert Nathanson <c160-3bp@Coral> via tut   Wed Oct 5, 1983
# (This had extension capabilities
#	:rv=\EH:re=\EI:rg=0:GG=0:\
#	:CO=\E\\:WL=^Aa\r:WR=^Ab\r:CL=^Ac\r:CR=^Ad\r:DL=^Ae\r:RF=^Af\r:\
#	:RC=^Ag\r:CW=^Ah\r:NU=^Aj\r:EN=^Ak\r:HM=^Al:PL=^Am\r:\
#	:PU=^An\r:PD=^Ao\r:PR=^Ap\r:HP=^A@\r:RT=^Aq\r:TB=\r:CN=\177:MP=\E+F:
# It had both ":bs:" and ":bs=^H:"; I removed the latter.  Also, it had
# ":sg=0:" and ":ug=0:"; evidently the composer was trying (unnecessarily)
# to force both magic cookie glitches off.  Once upon a time, I
# used a Fortune myself, so I know the capabilities of the form ^A[a-z]\r are
# function keys; thus the "Al" value for HM was certainly an error.  I renamed
# EN/PD/PU/CO/CF/RT according to the XENIX/TC mappings, but not HM/DL/RF/RC.  
# I think :rv: and :re: are start/end reverse video and :rg: is a nonexistent
# "reverse-video-glitch" capability; I have put :rv: and :re: in with standard
# names below.  I've removed obsolete ":nl=5^J:" as there is a :do: -- esr)
fos|fortune|Fortune system:\
	:am:bs:bw:\
	:co#80:li#25:\
	:@7=^Ak\r:@8=^Aq:ac=l m"k(j*v%w#q&x-:ae=^O:al=\034E:\
	:as=\Eo:bl=^G:cd=\034Y:ce=^\Z:cl=\014:cm=\034C%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\034W:dl=\034R:do=\n:ei=:ho=\036:ic=\034Q:im=:is=^_..:\
	:k1=^Aa\r:k2=^Ab\r:k3=^Ac\r:k4=^Ad\r:k5=^Ae\r:k6=^Af\r:\
	:k7=^Ag\r:k8=^Ah\r:kN=^Ao\r:kP=^An\r:kb=^H:kd=^Ay\r:\
	:kh=^A?\r:kl=^Aw\r:kr=^Az\r:ku=^Ax\r:le=^H:mb=\EN:me=\EI:\
	:mr=\EH:nw=^M^J:se=^\I`:sf=^J:so=^\H`:ta=^Z:ue=^\IP:up=\013:\
	:us=^\HP:ve=\E\:vi=\E]:vs=\E\072:

#### Masscomp consoles
#
# Masscomp has gone out of business.  Their product line was purchased by
# comany in Georgia (US) called "XS International", parts and service may
# still be available through them.
#

# (masscomp: ":MT:" changed to ":km:";  -- esr)
masscomp|masscomp workstation console:\
	:bs:km:mi:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[2J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:\
	:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:is=\EGc\EGb\EGw:kb=^H:\
	:kd=\EOB:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ku=\EOA:le=^H:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:\
	:so=\E[7m:ta=^I:ue=\EGau:up=\E[A:us=\EGu:
masscomp1|masscomp large screen version 1:\
	:co#104:li#36:tc=masscomp:
masscomp2|masscomp large screen version 2:\
	:co#64:li#21:tc=masscomp:

######## OTHER OBSOLETE TYPES
#
# These terminals are *long* dead -- these entries are retained for
# historical interest only.
#

#### Obsolete non-ANSI software emulations
#

# CTRM terminal emulator
# 1. underlining is not allowed with colors: first, is is simulated by 
# black on white, second, it disables background color manipulations.
# 2. BLINKING, REVERSE and BOLD are allowed with colors,
# so we have to save their status in the static registers A, B and H
# respectively, to be able to restore them when color changes
# (because any color change turns off ALL attributes)
# 3. :md: and :mr: sequences alternate modes,
# rather than simply  entering them.  Thus we have to check the
# static register B and H to determine the status, before sending the 
# escape sequence.
# 4. :me: now must set the status of all 3 register (A,B,H) to zero
# and then reset colors
# 5. implementation of the protect mode would badly penalize the performance.
# we would have to use \E&bn sequence to turn off colors (as well as all
# other attributes), and keep the status of protect mode in yet another
# static variable.  If someone really needs this mode, they would have to
# create another terminfo entry.
# 6. original color-pair is white on black.
# store the information about colors into static registers
# 7. set foreground color.  it performs the following steps.
#   1) turn off all attributes
#   2) turn on the background and video attributes that have been turned
#      on before (this information is stored in static registers X,Y,Z,A,B,H,D).
#   3) turn on foreground attributes
#   4) store information about foreground into U,V,W static registers
# 8. turn on background: similar to turn on foreground above
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
ctrm|C terminal emulator:\
	:am:ut:xo:\
	:Co#8:NC#2:Nl#0:co#80:lh#0:li#24:lm#0:lw#0:pa#63:pb#19200:vt#6:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:bt=\Ei:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:ch=\E&a%dC:cl=\EH\EJ:\
	:cm=\E&a%r%dc%dY:cr=^M:ct=\E3:cv=\E&a%dY:dc=\EP:dl=\EM:\
	:do=^J:ei=\ER:im=\EQ:ip=:is=\E&jA\r:k1=\Ep\r:k2=\Eq\r:\
	:k3=\Er\r:k4=\Es\r:k5=\Et\r:k6=\Eu\r:k7=\Ev\r:k8=\Ew\r:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\Ew\r:ke=\E&jA:kh=\Ep\r:kl=\Eu\r:kr=\Ev\r:\
	:ks=\E&jB:ku=\Et\r:le=^H:mb=\E&dA%{1}%PA:\
	:md=%?%gH%{0}%=%t\E&dH%{1}%PH%;:\
	:me=\E&d@%{0}%PA%{0}%PB%{0}%PH:\
	:mr=%?%gB%{0}%=%t\E&dB%{1}%PB%;:nd=\EC:\
	:op=\E&bn\E&bB\E&bG\E&bR\n%{0}%PX%{0}%PY%{0}%PZ\n%{1}%PW%{1}%PV%{1}%PU:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E&dD:st=\E1:ta=\011:up=\EA:us=\E&dD:

# gs6300 - can't use blue foreground, it clashes with underline;
# it's simulated with cyan
# Bug: The <op> capability probably resets attributes.
# (gs6300: commented out <rmln> (no <smln>) --esr)
gs6300|emots|AT&T PC6300 with EMOTS terminal emulator:\
	:am:ms:ut:xo:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#24:pa#63:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:DO=\E[%dB:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:Sb=\E[?;%dm:\
	:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=\054\054..--++``aaffgghhiijjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E[10m:al=\E[L:as=\E[11m:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=:is=\E[m:k1=\E[0s:k2=\E[24s:\
	:k3=\E[1s:k4=\E[23s:k5=\E[2s:k6=\E[22s:k7=\E[3s:k8=\E[21s:\
	:kB=^R^I:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:\
	:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:me=\E[m\E[10m:mr=\E[7m:nd=\E[C:\
	:op=\E[?;m:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:r1=\Ec:sf=^J:so=\E[1m:sr=\E[L:\
	:ta=^I:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:

# From: <earle@smeagol.UUCP> 29 Oct 85 05:40:18 GMT
# MS-Kermit with Heath-19 emulation mode enabled
# (h19k: changed ":pt@:" to ":it@"
h19k|h19kermit|heathkit emulation provided by Kermit (no auto margin):\
	:am@:da:db:xt:\
	:it@:\
	:ta@:tc=h19-u:

# Apple Macintosh with Versaterm, a terminal emulator distributed by Synergy
# Software (formerly Peripherals Computers & Supplies, Inc) of
# 2457 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, PA 19606, 1-800-876-8376.  They can
# also be reached at support@synergy.com.
versaterm|versaterm vt100 emulator for the macintosh:\
	:am:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:al=9\E[1L:bl=^G:cd=50\E[J:ce=3\E[K:cl=50\E[;H\E[2J:\
	:cm=5\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:dc=7\E[1P:\
	:dl=9\E[1M:do=^J:ei=:ho=\E[H:ic=7\E[1@:im=:\
	:is=\E[1;24r\E[24;1H:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:k4=\EOS:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E>\E[?1l:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E=\E[?1h:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:mb=2\E[5m:md=2\E[1m:me=2\E[m:mr=2\E[7m:\
	:nd=2\E[C:nw=^M^J:r1=\E>:rc=\E8:\
	:rf=/usr/share/tabset/vt100:sc=\E7:se=2\E[m:so=2\E[7m:\
	:sr=5\EM:ta=^I:ue=2\E[m:up=2\E[A:us=2\E[4m:

# From: Rick Thomas <ihnp4!btlunix!rbt>
# (xtalk: I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string.
# I also removed :sg#1: and the trailing \s characters from the highlight
# changers, I don't believe these on a VT100-emulating PC display -- esr)
xtalk|IBM PC with xtalk communication program (versions up to 3.4):\
	:am:mi:ms:xo:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:vt#3:\
	:@8=\EOM:DO=\E[%dB:K1=\EOq:K2=\EOr:K3=\EOs:K4=\EOp:K5=\EOn:\
	:LE=\E[%dD:RA=\E[?7l:RI=\E[%dC:SA=\E[?7h:UP=\E[%dA:\
	:ac=``aaffggjjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E(B:al=\E[L:as=\E(0:bl=^G:cb=\E[1K:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:ct=\E[3g:dl=\E[M:do=^J:\
	:eA=\E(B:ho=\E[H:k0=\EOy:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOt:k6=\EOu:k7=\EOv:k8=\EOl:k9=\EOw:k;=\EOx:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\EOB:ke=\E[?1l\E>:kl=\EOD:kr=\EOC:ks=\E[?1h\E=:\
	:ku=\EOA:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:\
	:r2=\E>\E[?3l\E[?4l\E[?5l\E[?7h\E[?8h:se=\E[m:sf=^J:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:up=\E[A:

# The official PC terminal emulator program of the AT&T Product Centers.
# Note - insert mode commented out - doesn't seem to work on AT&T PC.
simterm|attpc running simterm:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=\EL:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\E=%+ %+ :cr=^M:\
	:dc=\ER:dl=\EM:do=\EB:ho=\EH:le=^H:me=\E&d@:nd=\EC:se=\E&d@:\
	:sf=^J:so=\E&dB:te=\EVE:ti=\EVS:up=\EA:

#### Daisy wheel printers
#
# This section collects Diablo, DTC, Xerox, Qume, and other daisy
# wheel terminals.  These are now largely obsolete.
#

# (diablo1620: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/xerox1720:, no such file -- esr)
diablo1620|diablo1720|diablo450|ipsi|diablo 1620:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:it#8:\
	:ch=\E\011%i%.:ct=\E2:do=^J:hd=\ED:hu=\EU:kb=^H:le=^H:\
	:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=\E^J:
diablo1620-m8|diablo1640-m8|diablo 1620 w/8 column left margin:\
	:co#124:\
	:is=\r        \E9:tc=diablo1620:
# (diablo1640: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/xerox1730:, no such file -- esr)
diablo1640|diablo1730|diablo1740|diablo630|x1700|diablo|xerox|diablo 1640:\
	:bl=^G:se=\E&:so=\EW:ue=\ER:us=\EE:\
	:tc=diablo1620:
# (diablo1640-lm: removed :if=/usr/share/tabset/xerox1730-lm:, no such 
# file -- esr)
diablo1640-lm|diablo-lm|xerox-lm|diablo 1640 with indented left margin:\
	:co#124:\
	:se=\E&:so=\EW:ue=\ER:us=\EE:tc=diablo1620:
diablo1740-lm|630-lm|1730-lm|x1700-lm|diablo 1740 printer:\
	:tc=diablo1640-lm:
# DTC 382 with VDU.  Has no :cd: so we fake it with :ce:.  Standout
# :so=^P\s\002^PF: works but won't go away without dynamite :se=^P\s\200:.
# The terminal has tabs, but I'm getting tired of fighting the braindamage. 
# If no tab is set or the terminal's in a bad mood, it glitches the screen
# around all of memory.  Note that return puts a blank ("a return character")
# in the space the cursor was at, so we use ^P return (and thus ^P newline for
# newline).  Note also that if you turn off :pt: and let Unix expand tabs,
# curses won't work (some old BSD versions) because it doesn't clear this bit,
# and cursor addressing sends a tab for row/column 9.  What a losing terminal!
# I have been unable to get tabs set in all 96 lines - it always leaves at
# least one line with no tabs in it, and once you tab through that line,
# it completely weirds out.
# (dtc382: change :te: to :ti: -- it  just does a clear --esr)
dtc382|DTC 382:\
	:am:bs:da:db:xs:\
	:co#80:li#24:lm#96:\
	:al=^P^Z:bl=^G:cd=\020\025\020\023\020\023:ce=^P^U:\
	:cl=\020\035:cm=\020\021%r%.%.:cr=^P^M:dc=^X:dl=^P^S:\
	:ei=^Pi:ho=^P^R:im=^PI:le=^H:nd=^PR:pc=\177:sf=^J:te=:\
	:ti=\020\035:ue=^P \200:up=^P^L:us=^P ^P:ve=^Pb:vs=^PB:
dtc300s|DTC 300s:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:ct=\E3:do=^J:ff=^L:hd=\Eh:hu=\EH:kb=^H:le=^H:\
	:sf=^J:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=^Z:
gsi|mystery gsi terminal:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:hd=\Eh:hu=\EH:le=^H:sf=^J:ta=^I:up=^Z:
aj830|aj832|aj|anderson jacobson:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:hd=\E9:hu=\E8:le=^H:sf=^J:up=\E7:
# From: Chris Torek <chris@gyre.umd.edu> Thu, 7 Nov 85 18:21:58 EST
aj510|Anderson-Jacobson model 510:\
	:am:bs:mi:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:al=2*\E&I:cd=\E'P:ce=\E'L:cl=^L:cm=\E#%+ %+ :dc=.1*\E'D:\
	:dl=2*\E&D:ei=\E'J:ic=:im=\E'I:ip=.1*:kd=\EZ:kl=\EW:kr=\EX:\
	:ku=\EY:le=^H:nd=\EX:pc=\177:se=\E"I:so=\E"I:te=\E"N:\
	:ti=\E"N:ue=\E"U:up=\EY:us=\E"U:
# From: <cbosg!ucbvax!pur-ee!cincy!chris> Thu Aug 20 09:09:18 1981
# This is incomplete, but it's a start.
nec5520|nec|spinwriter|nec 5520:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:it#8:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:ct=\E3:do=^J:ff=^L:hd=\E]s\n\E]W:\
	:hu=\E]s\E9\E]W:kb=^H:le=^H:sf=^J:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=\E9:
qume5|qume|Qume Sprint 5:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#80:it#8:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:ct=\E3:do=^J:ff=^L:hd=\Eh:hu=\EH:kb=^H:le=^H:\
	:sf=^J:st=\E1:ta=^I:up=^Z:
# I suspect the xerox 1720 is the same as the diablo 1620.
xerox1720|x1720|x1750|xerox 1720:\
	:bs:hc:os:\
	:co#132:it#8:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:ct=\E2:do=^J:ff=^L:le=^H:sf=^J:st=\E1:ta=^I:

#### Miscellaneous obsolete terminals, manufacturers unknown
#
# If you have any information about these (like, a manufacturer's name, 
# and a date on the serial-number plate) please send it!

cad68-3|cgc3|cad68 basic monitor transparent mode size 3 chars:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#73:li#36:\
	:cl=^Z:ho=^^:le=^H:nd=^L:up=^K:
cad68-2|cgc2|cad68 basic monitor transparent mode size 2 chars:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#85:li#39:\
	:cl=^Z:ho=^^:k1=\E5:k2=\E6:k3=\E7:k4=\E8:kd=\E2:kl=\E3:\
	:kr=\E4:ku=\E1:le=^H:nd=^L:se=\Em^C:so=\Em^L:up=^K:
cops10|cops|cops-10|cops 10:\
	:am:bw:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cd=^W:ce=^V:cl=30\030:cm=\020%+ %+ :cr=^M:do=^J:\
	:kb=^H:kd=^J:kh=^Y:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:le=^H:nd=^L:sf=^J:up=^K:
# (d132: removed duplicate :ic=\E5:,
# merged in capabilities from a BRL entry -- esr)
d132|datagraphix|datagraphix 132a:\
	:da:db:in:\
	:co#80:li#30:\
	:al=\E3:bl=^G:cl=^L:cm=\E8%i%3%3:cr=^M:dc=\E6:do=^J:ei=:\
	:ho=\ET:ic=\E5:im=:kb=^H:kd=^J:kl=^H:le=^H:nd=\EL:nw=^M^J:\
	:sf=^J:sr=\Ew:ta=^I:up=\EK:ve=\Em\En:vs=\Ex:
# The d800 was an early portable terminal from c.1984-85 that looked a lot
# like the original Compaq `lunchbox' portable (but no handle).  It had a vt220
# mode (which is what this entry looks like) and several other lesser-known
# emulations.
d800|Direct 800/A:\
	:am:bs:da:db:ms:xs:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=``a1fxgqh0jYk?lZm@nEooppqDrrsstCu4vAwBx3yyzz{{||}}~~:\
	:ae=\E[m:as=\E[1m:bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[1;1H\E[2J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:do=^J:k1=\EOP:k2=\EOQ:k3=\EOR:\
	:k4=\EOS:k5=\EOT:k6=\EOU:k7=\EOV:k8=\EOW:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:\
	:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:sf=\ED:\
	:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:ve=\E[>12h:\
	:vs=\E[>12l:
digilog|digilog 333:\
	:bs:\
	:co#80:li#16:\
	:bl=^G:ce=^X:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^N:le=^H:nd=^I:sf=^J:up=^O:
# The DWK was a terminal manufactured in the Soviet Union c.1986
dwk|dwk-vt|dwk terminal:\
	:am:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:ac=lJmFkCjXtEuPv\\wKqUxWnNo~s_`+a\072f'g#~_\\054Q+\136.M-Sh#I#0\177:\
	:ae=\EG:as=\EF:bl=^G:cd=\EJ:ce=\EK:cl=\EH\EJ:cm=\EY%+ %+ :\
	:cr=^M:dc=\EP:do=^J:ei=:ho=\EH:ic=\EQ:im=:k1=\Ef1:k2=\Ef2:\
	:k3=\Ef3:k4=\Ef4:k5=\Ef5:k6=\Ef6:k7=\Ef7:k8=\Ef8:k9=\Ef9:\
	:k;=\Ef0:kD=\Ee:kI=\Ed:kN=\Eh:kP=\Eg:kb=\177:kd=\EB:kl=\ED:\
	:kr=\EC:ku=\EA:le=^H:me=\EX:mr=\ET:nd=\EC:nw=^M^J:se=\EX:\
	:sf=^J:so=\ET:sr=\ES:ta=^I:up=\EA:
env230|envision230|envision 230 graphics terminal:\
	:xn@:\
	:pf=\E[4i:po=\E[5i:ps=\E[0i:\
	:tc=vt100:
# These execuports were impact-printer ttys with a 30- or maybe 15-cps acoustic
# coupler attached, the whole rig fitting in a suitcase and more or less
# portable.  Hot stuff for c.1977 :-) -- esr
ep48|ep4080|execuport 4080:\
	:am:bs:os:\
	:co#80:\
	:bl=^G:cr=^M:do=^J:hd=^\:hu=^^:le=^H:sf=^J:
ep40|ep4000|execuport 4000:\
	:co#136:tc=ep4080:
# Adam Thompson <thompson@xanth.magic.mb.ca> tells us:
# Informer series - these are all portable units, resembling older
# automatic bread-baking machines.  The terminal looks like a `clamshell'
# design, but isn't.  The structure is similar to the Direct terminals,
# but only half the width.  The entire unit is only about 10" wide.
# It features an 8" screen (6" or 7" if you have color!), and an 9"x6"
# keyboard.  All the keys are crammed together, much like some laptop
# PCs today, but perhaps less well organized...all these units have a
# bewildering array of plugs on the back, including a built-in modem.
# The 305 was a color version of the 304; the 306 and 307 were mono and
# color terminals built for IBM bisync protocols.
# From: Paul Leondis <unllab@amber.berkeley.edu>
ifmr|Informer D304:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:cd=\E/:ce=\EQ:cl=\EZ:cm=\EY%r%+ %+ :dc=\E\:do=^J:ei=:\
	:ho=\EH:ic=\E[:im=:le=^H:me=\EK:nd=\EC:se=\EK:so=\EJ:sr=\En:\
	:up=\EA:
# Entry largely based on wy60 and has the features of wy60ak.
# (untranslatable capabilities removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (sgr removed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
# (terminfo-only capabilities suppressed to fit entry within 1023 bytes)
opus3n1+|Esprit Opus3n1+ in wy60 mode with ANSI arrow keys:\
	:am:bw:hs:km:mi:ms:ul:xo:\
	:co#80:li#24:ws#80:\
	:ae=\EH^C:al=\EE:as=\EH^B:bl=^G:bt=\EI:cd=\EY:ce=\ET:cl=\E*:\
	:cm=\Ea%i%dR%dC:cr=^M:ct=\E0:dc=\EW:dl=\ER:do=^J:ds=\Ez(\r:\
	:ei=\Er:fs=^M:ho=\036:if=/usr/share/tabset/std:im=\Eq:ip=:\
	:is=\E`\072\Ee(\EO\Ee6\Ec41\E~4\Ec21\Ed/\Ezz&\E[A\177\Ezz'\E[B\177\Ezz(\E[D\177\Ezz)\E[C\177\Ezz<\E[Q\177\Ezz`\E[F\177\EA1*\EZH12:\
	:k1=^A@\r:k2=^AA\r:k3=^AB\r:k4=^AC\r:k5=^AD\r:k6=^AE\r:\
	:k7=^AF\r:k8=^AG\r:k9=^AH\r:kD=\EW:kI=\EQ:kN=\EK:kP=\EJ:\
	:kb=^H:kd=\E[B:kh=^^:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\EG2:\
	:me=\E(\EH\003\EG0\EcD:mh=\EGp:nd=^L:nw=\r\n:sf=^J:sr=\Ej:\
	:st=\E1:ta=\011:te=:\
	:ti=\Ezz&\E[A\177\Ezz'\E[B\177\Ezz(\E[D\177\Ezz)\E[C\177\Ezz<\E[Q\177:\
	:ts=\Ez(:uc=\EG8%p1%c\EG0:up=^K:ve=\E`1:vi=\E`0:\
	:tc=adm+sgr:
teletec|Teletec Datascreen:\
	:am:bs:\
	:co#80:li#24:\
	:bl=^G:cl=^L:cr=^M:do=^J:ho=^^:le=^H:nd=^_:sf=^J:up=^K:
# From: Mark Dornfeld <romwa@ucbvax.berkeley.edu>
#		This termcap is for the LANPAR Technologies VISION 3220
#	terminal.  The function key definitions k0-k5 represent the
#	edit keypad: FIND, INSERT HERE, REMOVE, SELECT, PREV SCREEN,
#	NEXT SCREEN. The key definitions k6-k9 represent the PF1 to
#	PF4 keys.
# (v3220: removed obsolete ":kn#10:",
# I added <rmam>/<smam> based on the init string -- esr)
v3220|LANPAR Vision II model 3220/3221/3222:\
	:am:bs:mi:xn:\
	:co#80:it#8:li#24:\
	:RA=\E[?7l:SA=\E[?7h:al=\E[L:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:\
	:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:ei=\E[4l:im=\E[4h:\
	:is=\E>\E[?3l\E[?7h\E[?8h\E[p:k0=\E[1~:k1=\E[2~:\
	:k2=\E[3~:k3=\E[4~:k4=\E[5~:k5=\E[6~:k6=\E[OP:k7=\E[OQ:\
	:k8=\E[OR:k9=\E[OS:kd=\E[B:ke=\E>:kh=\E[H:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:\
	:ks=\E=:ku=\E[A:le=^H:me=\E[m:nd=\E[C:se=\E[m:so=\E[7m:\
	:sr=\EM:ta=^I:ue=\E[m:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:
# `rasterconsole' provided by 4.4BSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD on SPARC, and 
# DECstation/pmax.
rcons|BSD rasterconsole:\
	:tc=sun-il:
# Color version of above. Color currenly only provided by NetBSD.
rcons-color|BSD rasterconsole with ANSI color:\
	:AF=\E[3%dm:AB=\E[4%dm:Co#8:pa#64:op=\E[m:ut:tc=rcons:

# bebox -- an ansi style termcap entry without all the tc= fields which
# gnu termcap doesn't grok properly.
beterm|ANSI BeOS Terminal:\
	:am:eo:mi:ms:xn:xo:\
	:Co#8:co#80:it#8:li#25:pa#64:\
	:&7=^Z:@7=\E[4~:AB=\E[4%dm:AF=\E[3%dm:\
	:AL=\E[%dL:DC=\E[%dP:DL=\E[%dM:F1=\E[21~:F2=\E[22~:\
	:IC=\E[%d@:\
	:K2=\E[G:Sb=\E[%+(m:Sf=\E[%+^^m:\
	:al=\E[L::bl=^G:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:\
	:ch=\E[%i%dG:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:cr=^M:\
	:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:ct=\E[3g:cv=\E[%i%dd:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:\
	:do=^J:ei=\E[4l:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:im=\E[4h:k1=\E[11~:\
	:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~:k5=\E[15~:k6=\E[16~:\
	:k7=\E[17~:k8=\E[18~:k9=\E[19~:k;=\E[20~:\
	:kI=\E[2~:kN=\E[6~:kP=\E[5~:kb=^h:kd=\E[B:\
	:kh=\E[1~:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:ku=\E[A:le=^H:mb=\E[5m:\
	:md=\E[1m:me=\E[0;10m:mh=\E[2m:mk=\E[8m:mr=\E[7m:\
	:nd=\E[C:nw=^M^J:op=\E[m:r1=\Ec:rc=\E8:\
	:sc=\E7:se=\E[m:sf=^J:so=\E[7m:sr=\EM:st=\EH:ta=^I:\
	:u6=\E[%i%d;%dR:u7=\E[6n:u8=\E[?6c:u9=\E[c:ue=\E[24m:\
	:up=\E[A:us=\E[4m:vb=200\E[?5h\E[?5l:ve=\E[?25h:\
	:vi=\E[?25l:
# mgterm -- MGL/MGL2, MobileGear Graphic Library
# for PocketBSD,PocketLinux,NetBSD/{hpcmips,mac68k}
mgterm:\
	:al=\E[L:am:bs:NP:cd=\E[J:ce=\E[K:cl=\E[H\E[J:cm=\E[%i%d;%dH:co#80:\
	:dc=\E[P:dl=\E[M:do=\E[B:bt=\E[Z:ho=\E[H:ic=\E[@:li#18:cb=\E[1K:\
	:ms:nd=\E[C:pt:rs=\E[x\E[m\Ec:so=\E[7m:se=\E[m:up=\E[A:\
	:pa#64:Co#8:Sf=\E[3%dm:Sb=\E[4%dm:op=\E[x:\
	:k1=\E[M:k2=\E[N:k3=\E[O:k4=\E[P:k5=\E[Q:k6=\E[R:k7=\E[S:k8=\E[T:\
	:k9=\E[U:k;=\E[V:F1=\E[W:F2=\E[X:K2=\E[E:nw=\E[E:ec=\E[%dX:\
	:kb=^H:kh=\E[H:ku=\E[A:kd=\E[B:kl=\E[D:kr=\E[C:le=^H:eo:\
	:sf=\E[S:sr=\E[T:\
	:kN=\E[G:kP=\E[I:@7=\E[F:kI=\E[L:kD=\177:kB=\E[Z:\
	:IC=\E[%d@:DC=\E[%dP:SF=\E[%dS:SR=\E[%dT:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:\
	:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC:UP=\E[%dA:cv=\E[%i%dd:ch=\E[%i%d`:bw:\
	:mb=\E[5m:md=\E[1m:mh=\E[30;1m:mr=\E[7m:me=\E[m:bl=^G:ut:it#8:km:\
	:sc=\E7:rc=\E8:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:

######## ICH/ICH1 VERSUS RMIR/SMIR
#
# Some non-curses applications get confused if both ich/ich1 and rmir/smir
# are present; the symptom is doubled characters in an update using insert.
# These applications are technically correct; in both 4.3BSD termcap and
# terminfo, you're not actually supposed to specify both ich/ich1 and rmir/smir
# unless the terminal needs both.  This requirement is now rare; most ich
# sequences do not require previous smir, and most smir insert modes do not
# require ich1 before each character.
#
# For ncurses-based applications this is not a problem, as ncurses uses
# one or the other as appropriate but never mixes the two.  Therefore we
# have not corrected entries like `linux' and `xterm' that specify both.
# If you see doubled characters from these, use the linux-nic and xterm-nic
# entries that suppress ich/ich1.  And upgrade to ncurses!
#

######## VT100/ANSI/ISO 6429/ECMA-48/PC-TERM TERMINAL STANDARDS
#
# ANSI X3.64 has been withdrawn and replaced by ECMA-48.  The ISO 6429 and
# ECMA-48 standards are said to be almost identical, but are not the same
# as X3.64 (though for practical purposes they are close supersets of it).
#
# You can obtain ECMA-48 for free by sending email to helpdesk@ecma.ch
# requesting the standard(s) you want (i.e. ECMA-48, "Control Functions for
# Coded Character Sets"), include your snail-mail address, and you should
# receive the document in due course.  Don't expect an email acknowledgement.
#
# Related standards include "X3.4-1977: American National Standard Code for
# Information Interchange" (the ASCII standard) and "X3.41.1974: 
# Code-Extension Techniques for Use with the 7-Bit Coded Character Set of
# American National Standard for Information Interchange."  I believe (but
# am not certain) that these are effectively identical to ECMA-6 and ECMA-35
# respectively. 
#

#### VT100/ANSI/ECMA-48
#
# ANSI Standard (X3.64) Control Sequences for Video Terminals and Peripherals
# and ECMA-48 Control Functions for Coded Character Sets.
# 
# Much of the content of this comment is adapted from a table prepared by
# Richard Shuford, based on a 1984 Byte article.  Terminfo correspondences,
# discussion of some terminfo-related issues, and updates to capture ECMA-48
# have been added.  Control functions described in ECMA-48 only are tagged
# with * after their names.
#
# The table is a complete list of the defined ANSI X3.64/ECMA-48 control
# sequences.  In the main table, \E stands for an escape (\033) character,
# SPC for space.  Pn stands for a single numeric parameter to be inserted
# in decimal ASCII.  Ps stands for a list of such parameters separated by
# semicolons.  Parameter meanings for most parametrized sequences are
# decribed in the notes.
#
# Sequence     Sequence                             Parameter   or
# Mnemonic     Name              Sequence           Value      Mode   terminfo
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# APC  Applicatn Program Command \E _                -         Delim  -
# BEL  Bell *                    ^G                  -         -      bel
# BPH  Break Permitted Here *    \E B                -         *      -
# BS   Backpace *                ^H                  -         EF     -
# CAN  Cancel *                  ^X                  -         -      -   (A)
# CBT  Cursor Backward Tab       \E [ Pn Z           1         eF     cbt
# CCH  Cancel Previous Character \E T                -         -      -
# CHA  Cursor Horizntal Absolute \E [ Pn G           1         eF     hpa (B)
# CHT  Cursor Horizontal Tab     \E [ Pn I           1         eF     tab (C)
# CMD  Coding Method Delimiter * \E
# CNL  Cursor Next Line          \E [ Pn E           1         eF     nel (D)
# CPL  Cursor Preceding Line     \E [ Pn F           1         eF     -
# CPR  Cursor Position Report    \E [ Pn ; Pn R      1, 1      -      -   (E)
# CSI  Control Sequence Intro    \E [                -         Intro  -
# CTC  Cursor Tabulation Control \E [ Ps W           0         eF     -   (F)
# CUB  Cursor Backward           \E [ Pn D           1         eF     cub
# CUD  Cursor Down               \E [ Pn B           1         eF     cud
# CUF  Cursor Forward            \E [ Pn C           1         eF     cuf
# CUP  Cursor Position           \E [ Pn ; Pn H      1, 1      eF     cup (G)
# CUU  Cursor Up                 \E [ Pn A           1         eF     cuu
# CVT  Cursor Vertical Tab       \E [ Pn Y           -         eF     -   (H)
# DA   Device Attributes         \E [ Pn c           0         -      -
# DAQ  Define Area Qualification \E [ Ps o           0         -      -
# DCH  Delete Character          \E [ Pn P           1         eF     dch
# DCS  Device Control String     \E P                -         Delim  -
# DL   Delete Line               \E [ Pn M           1         eF     dl
# DLE  Data Link Escape *        ^P                  -         -      -
# DMI  Disable Manual Input      \E \                -         Fs     -
# DSR  Device Status Report      \E [ Ps n           0         -      -   (I)
# DTA  Dimension Text Area *     \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC T  -         PC     -
# EA   Erase in Area             \E [ Ps O           0         eF     -   (J)
# ECH  Erase Character           \E [ Pn X           1         eF     ech
# ED   Erase in Display          \E [ Ps J           0         eF     ed  (J)
# EF   Erase in Field            \E [ Ps N           0         eF     -
# EL   Erase in Line             \E [ Ps K           0         eF     el  (J)
# EM   End of Medium *           ^Y                  -         -      -
# EMI  Enable Manual Input       \E b                          Fs     -
# ENQ  Enquire                   ^E                  -         -      -
# EOT  End Of Transmission       ^D                  -         *      -
# EPA  End of Protected Area     \E W                -         -      -   (K)
# ESA  End of Selected Area      \E G                -         -      -
# ESC  Escape                    ^[                  -         -      -
# ETB  End Transmission Block    ^W                  -         -      -
# ETX  End of Text               ^C                  -         -      -
# FF   Form Feed                 ^L                  -         -      -
# FNK  Function Key *            \E [ Pn SPC W       -         -      -
# GCC  Graphic Char Combination* \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC B  -         -      -
# FNT  Font Selection            \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC D  0, 0      FE     -
# GSM  Graphic Size Modify       \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC B  100, 100  FE     -   (L)
# GSS  Graphic Size Selection    \E [ Pn SPC C       none      FE     -
# HPA  Horz Position Absolute    \E [ Pn `           1         FE     -   (B)
# HPB  Char Position Backward    \E [ j              1         FE     -
# HPR  Horz Position Relative    \E [ Pn a           1         FE     -   (M)
# HT   Horizontal Tab *          ^I                  -         FE     -   (N)
# HTJ  Horz Tab w/Justification  \E I                -         FE     -
# HTS  Horizontal Tab Set        \E H                -         FE     hts
# HVP  Horz & Vertical Position  \E [ Pn ; Pn f      1, 1      FE     -   (G)
# ICH  Insert Character          \E [ Pn @           1         eF     ich
# IDCS ID Device Control String  \E [ SPC O          -         *      -
# IGS  ID Graphic Subrepertoire  \E [ SPC M          -         *      -
# IL   Insert Line               \E [ Pn L           1         eF     il
# IND  Index                     \E D                -         FE     -
# INT  Interrupt                 \E a                -         Fs     -
# JFY  Justify                   \E [ Ps SPC F       0         FE     -
# IS1  Info Separator #1 *       ^_                  -         *      -
# IS2  Info Separator #1 *       ^^                  -         *      -
# IS3  Info Separator #1 *       ^]                  -         *      -
# IS4  Info Separator #1 *       ^\                  -         *      -
# LF   Line Feed                 ^J                  -         -      -
# LS1R Locking Shift Right 1 *   \E ~                -         -      -
# LS2  Locking Shift 2 *         \E n                -         -      -
# LS2R Locking Shift Right 2 *   \E }                -         -      -
# LS3  Locking Shift 3 *         \E o                -         -      -
# LS3R Locking Shift Right 3 *   \E |                -         -      -
# MC   Media Copy                \E [ Ps i           0         -      -   (S)
# MW   Message Waiting           \E U                -         -      -
# NAK  Negative Acknowledge *    ^U                  -         *      -
# NBH  No Break Here *           \E C                -         -      -
# NEL  Next Line                 \E E                -         FE     nel (D)
# NP   Next Page                 \E [ Pn U           1         eF     -
# NUL  Null *                    ^@                  -         -      -
# OSC  Operating System Command  \E ]                -         Delim  -
# PEC  Pres. Expand/Contract *   \E Pn SPC Z         0         -      -
# PFS  Page Format Selection *   \E Pn SPC J         0         -      -
# PLD  Partial Line Down         \E K                -         FE     -   (T)
# PLU  Partial Line Up           \E L                -         FE     -   (U)
# PM   Privacy Message           \E ^                -         Delim  -
# PP   Preceding Page            \E [ Pn V           1         eF     -
# PPA  Page Position Absolute *  \E [ Pn SPC P       1         FE     -
# PPB  Page Position Backward *  \E [ Pn SPC R       1         FE     -
# PPR  Page Position Forward *   \E [ Pn SPC Q       1         FE     -
# PTX  Parallel Texts *          \E [ \              -         -      -
# PU1  Private Use 1             \E Q                -         -      -
# PU2  Private Use 2             \E R                -         -      -
# QUAD Typographic Quadding      \E [ Ps SPC H       0         FE     -
# REP  Repeat Char or Control    \E [ Pn b           1         -      rep
# RI   Reverse Index             \E M                -         FE     -   (V)
# RIS  Reset to Initial State    \E c                -         Fs     -
# RM   Reset Mode *              \E [ Ps l           -         -      -   (W)
# SACS Set Add. Char. Sep. *     \E [ Pn SPC /       0         -      -
# SAPV Sel. Alt. Present. Var. * \E [ Ps SPC ]       0         -      -   (X)
# SCI  Single-Char Introducer    \E Z                -         -      -
# SCO  Sel. Char. Orientation *  \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC k  -         -      -
# SCS  Set Char. Spacing *       \E [ Pn SPC g       -         -      -
# SD   Scroll Down               \E [ Pn T           1         eF     rin
# SDS  Start Directed String *   \E [ Pn ]           1         -      -
# SEE  Select Editing Extent     \E [ Ps Q           0         -      -   (Y)
# SEF  Sheet Eject & Feed *      \E [ Ps ; Ps SPC Y  0,0       -      -
# SGR  Select Graphic Rendition  \E [ Ps m           0         FE     sgr (O)
# SHS  Select Char. Spacing *    \E [ Ps SPC K       0         -      -
# SI   Shift In                  ^O                  -         -      -   (P)
# SIMD Sel. Imp. Move Direct. *  \E [ Ps ^           -         -      -
# SL   Scroll Left               \E [ Pn SPC @       1         eF     -
# SLH  Set Line Home *           \E [ Pn SPC U       -         -      -
# SLL  Set Line Limit *          \E [ Pn SPC V       -         -      -
# SLS  Set Line Spacing *        \E [ Pn SPC h       -         -      -
# SM   Select Mode               \E [ Ps h           none      -      -   (W)
# SO   Shift Out                 ^N                  -         -      -   (Q)
# SOH  Start Of Heading *        ^A                  -         -      -
# SOS  Start of String *         \E X                -         -      -
# SPA  Start of Protected Area   \E V                -         -      -   (Z)
# SPD  Select Pres. Direction *  \E [ Ps ; Ps SPC S  0,0       -      -
# SPH  Set Page Home *           \E [ Ps SPC G       -         -      -
# SPI  Spacing Increment         \E [ Pn ; Pn SPC G  none      FE     -
# SPL  Set Page Limit *          \E [ Ps SPC j       -         -      -
# SPQR Set Pr. Qual. & Rapid. *  \E [ Ps SPC X       0         -      -
# SR   Scroll Right              \E [ Pn SPC A       1         eF     -
# SRCS Set Reduced Char. Sep. *  \E [ Pn SPC f       0         -      -
# SRS  Start Reversed String *   \E [ Ps [           0         -      -
# SSA  Start of Selected Area    \E F                -         -      -
# SSU  Select Size Unit *        \E [ Pn SPC I       0         -      -
# SSW  Set Space Width *         \E [ Pn SPC [       none      -      -
# SS2  Single Shift 2 (G2 set)   \E N                -         Intro  -
# SS3  Single Shift 3 (G3 set)   \E O                -         Intro  -
# ST   String Terminator         \E \                -         Delim  -
# STAB Selective Tabulation *    \E [ Pn SPC ^       -         -      -
# STS  Set Transmit State        \E S                -         -      -
# STX  Start pf Text *           ^B                  -         -      -
# SU   Scroll Up                 \E [ Pn S           1         eF     indn
# SUB  Substitute *              ^Z                  -         -      -
# SVS  Select Line Spacing *     \E [ Pn SPC \       1         -      -
# SYN  Synchronous Idle *        ^F                  -         -      -
# TAC  Tabul. Aligned Centered * \E [ Pn SPC b       -         -      -
# TALE Tabul. Al. Leading Edge * \E [ Pn SPC a       -         -      -
# TATE Tabul. Al. Trailing Edge* \E [ Pn SPC `       -         -      -
# TBC  Tab Clear                 \E [ Ps g           0         FE     tbc
# TCC  Tabul. Centered on Char * \E [ Pn SPC c       -         -      -
# TSR  Tabulation Stop Remove  * \E [ Pn SPC d       -         FE     -
# TSS  Thin Space Specification  \E [ Pn SC E        none      FE     -
# VPA  Vert. Position Absolute   \E [ Pn d           1         FE     vpa
# VPB  Line Position Backward *  \E [ Pn k           1         FE     -
# VPR  Vert. Position Relative   \E [ Pn e           1         FE     -   (R)
# VT   Vertical Tabulation *     ^K                  -         FE     -
# VTS  Vertical Tabulation Set   \E J                -         FE     -
# 
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Notes:
#
# Some control characters are listed in the ECMA-48 standard without 
# being assigned functions relevant to terminal control there (they 
# referred to other standards such as ISO 1745 or ECMA-35).  They are listed
# here anyway for completeness.
#
# (A) ECMA-48 calls this "CancelCharacter" but retains the CCH abbreviation.
#
# (B) There seems to be some confusion abroad between CHA and HPA.  Most
# `ANSI' terminals accept the CHA sequence, not the HPA. but terminfo calls
# the capability (hpa).  ECMA-48 calls this "Cursor Character Absolute" but
# preserved the CHA abbreviation.
#
# (C) CHT corresponds to terminfo (tab).  Usually it has the value ^I.
# Occasionally (as on, for example, certain HP terminals) this has the HTJ
# value.  ECMA-48 calls this "Cursor Forward Tabulation" but preserved the
# CHT abbreviation.
#
# (D) terminfo (nel) is usually \r\n rather than ANSI \EE.
#
# (E) ECMA-48 calls this "Active Position Report" but preserves the CPR 
# abbreviation.
# 
# (F) CTC parameter values: 0 = set char tab, 1 = set line tab, 2 = clear
# char tab, 3 = clear line tab, 4 = clear all char tabs on current line, 
# 5 = clear all char tabs, 6 = clear all line tabs.
#
# (G) CUP and HVP are identical in effect.  Some ANSI.SYS versions accept
# HVP, but always allow CUP as an alternate.  ECMA-48 calls HVP "Character
# Position Absolute" but retains the HVP abbreviation.
#
# (H) ECMA calls this "Cursor Line Tabulation" but preserves the CVT
# abbreviation.
#
# (I) DSR parameter values: 0 = ready, 1 = busy, 2 = busy, will send DSR
# later, 3 = malfunction, 4 = malfunction, will send DSR later, 5 = request
# DSR, 6 = request CPR response.
#
# (J) ECMA calls ED "Erase In Page". EA/ED/EL parameters: 0 = clear to end,
# 1 = clear from beginning, 2 = clear.
# 
# (K) ECMA calls this "End of Guarded Area" but preserves the EPA abbreviation.
#
# (L) The GSM parameters are vertical and horizontal parameters to scale by.
#
# (M) Some ANSI.SYS versions accept HPR, but more commonly `ANSI' terminals
# use CUF for this function and ignore HPR.  ECMA-48 calls this "Character
# Position Relative" but retains the HPR abbreviation.
#
# (N) ECMA-48 calls this "Character Tabulation" but retains the HT
# abbreviation.
#
# (O) SGR parameter values: 0 = default mode (attributes off), 1 = bold,
# 2 = dim, 3 = italicized, 4 = underlined, 5 = slow blink, 6 = fast blink,
# 7 = reverse video, 8 = invisible, 9 = crossed-out (marked for deletion),
# 10 = primary font, 10 + n (n in 1..9) = nth alternative font, 20 = Fraktur,
# 21 = double underline, 22 = turn off 2, 23 = turn off 3, 24 = turn off 4,
# 25 = turn off 5, 26 = proportional spacing, 27 = turn off 7, 28 = turn off
# 8, 29 = turn off 9, 30 = black fg, 31 = red fg, 32 = green fg, 33 = yellow
# fg, 34 = blue fg, 35 = magenta fg, 36 = cyan fg, 37 = white fg, 38 = set
# fg color as in CCIT T.416, 39 = set default fg color, 40 = black bg
# 41 = red bg, 42 = green bg, 43 = yellow bg, 44 = blue bg, 45 = magenta bg,
# 46 = cyan bg, 47 = white bg, 48 = set bg color as in CCIT T.416, 39 = set
# default bg color, 50 = turn off 26, 51 = framed, 52 = encircled, 53 =
# overlined, 54 = turn off 51 & 52, 55 = not overlined, 56-59 = reserved,
# 61-65 = variable highlights for ideograms.
#
# (P) SI is also called LSO, Locking Shift Zero.
#
# (Q) SI is also called LS1, Locking Shift One.
#
# (R) Some ANSI.SYS versions accept VPR, but more commonly `ANSI' terminals
# use CUD for this function and ignore VPR.  ECMA calls it `Line Position
# Absolute' but retains the VPA abbreviation.
#
# (S) MC parameters: 0 = start xfer to primary aux device, 1 = start xfer from
# primary aux device, 2 = start xfer to secondary aux device, 3 = start xfer
# from secondary aux device, 4 = stop relay to primary aux device, 5 = 
# start relay to primary aux device, 6 = stop relay to secondary aux device,
# 7 = start relay to secondary aux device.
#
# (T) ECMA-48 calls this "Partial Line Forward" but retains the PLD
# abbreviation.
#
# (U) ECMA-48 calls this "Partial Line Backward" but retains the PLD
# abbreviation.
#
# (V) ECMA-48 calls this "Reverse Line Feed" but retains the RI abbreviation.
#
# (W) RM/SM modes are as follows: 1 = Guarder Area Transfer Mode (GATM), 
# 2 = Keyboard Action Mode (KAM), 3 = Control Representation Mode (CRM), 
# 4 = Insertion Replacement Mode, 5 = Status Report Transfer Mode (SRTM),
# 6 = Erasure Mode (ERM), 7 = Line Editing Mode (LEM), 8 = Bi-Directional
# Support Mode (BDSM), 9 = Device Component Select Mode (DCSM), 
# 10 = Character Editing Mode (HEM), 11 = Positioning Unit Mode (PUM),
# 12 = Send/Receive Mode, 13 = Format Effector Action Mode (FEAM), 
# 14 = Format Effector Transfer Mode (FETM), 15 = Multiple Area Transfer
# Mode (MATM), 16 = Transfer Termination Mode, 17 = Selected Area Transfer
# Mode, 18 = Tabulation Stop Mode, 19 = Editing Boundary Mode, 20 = Line Feed
# New Line Mode (LF/NL), Graphic Rendition Combination Mode (GRCM), 22 =
# Zero Default Mode (ZDM).  The EBM and LF/NL modes have actually been removed
# from ECMA-48's 5th edition but are listed here for reference.
#
# (X) Select Alternate Presentation Variants is used only for non-Latin
# alphabets.
#
# (Y) "Select Editing Extent" (SEE) was ANSI "Select Edit Extent Mode" (SEM).
#
# (Z) ECMA-48 calls this "Start of Guarded Area" but retains the SPA
# abbreviation.
#
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# 
# Abbreviations:
#
# Intro  an Introducer of some kind of defined sequence; the normal 7-bit
#        X3.64 Control Sequence Introducer is the two characters "Escape ["
# 
# Delim  a Delimiter
# 
# x/y    identifies a character by position in the ASCII table (column/row)
# 
# eF     editor function (see explanation)
# 
# FE     format effector (see explanation)
#
# F      is a Final character in
#             an Escape sequence (F from 3/0 to 7/14 in the ASCII table)
#             a control sequence (F from 4/0 to 7/14)
# 
# Gs     is a graphic character appearing in strings (Gs ranges from
#        2/0 to 7/14) in the ASCII table
# 
# Ce     is a control represented as a single bit combination in the C1 set
#        of controls in an 8-bit character set
# 
# C0     the familiar set of 7-bit ASCII control characters
# 
# C1     roughly, the set of control chars available only in 8-bit systems.
#        This is too complicated to explain fully here, so read Jim Fleming's
#        article in the February 1983 BYTE, especially pages 214 through 224.
# 
# Fe     is a Final character of a 2-character Escape sequence that has an
#        equivalent representation in an 8-bit environment as a Ce-type
#        (Fe ranges from 4/0 to 5/15)
# 
# Fs     is a Final character of a 2-character Escape sequence that is
#        standardized internationally with identical representation in 7-bit
#        and 8-bit environments and is independent of the currently
#        designated C0 and C1 control sets (Fs ranges from 6/0 to 7/14)
# 
# I      is an Intermediate character from 2/0 to 2/15 (inclusive) in the
#        ASCII table
# 
# P      is a parameter character from 3/0 to 3/15 (inclusive) in the ASCII
#        table
# 
# Pn     is a numeric parameter in a control sequence, a string of zero or
#        more characters ranging from 3/0 to 3/9 in the ASCII table
# 
# Ps     is a variable number of selective parameters in a control sequence
#        with each selective parameter separated from the other by the code
#        3/11 (which usually represents a semicolon); Ps ranges from
#        3/0 to 3/9 and includes 3/11
#
# *      Not relevant to terminal control, listed for completeness only.
# 
# Format Effectors versus Editor Functions
# 
# A format effector specifies how following output is to be displayed.
# An editor function allows you to modify the display.  Informally
# format effectors may be destructive; format effectors should not be.
# 
# For instance, a format effector that moves the "active position" (the 
# cursor or equivalent) one space to the left would be useful when you want to
# create an overstrike, a compound character made of two standard characters
# overlaid. Control-H, the Backspace character, is actually supposed to be a
# format effector, so you can do this. But many systems use it in a
# nonstandard fashion, as an editor function, deleting the character to the
# left of the cursor and moving the cursor left. When Control-H is assumed to
# be an editor function, you cannot predict whether its use will create an
# overstrike unless you also know whether the output device is in an "insert
# mode" or an "overwrite mode". When Control-H is used as a format effector,
# its effect can always be predicted. The familiar characters carriage
# return, linefeed, formfeed, etc., are defined as format effectors.
#
# NOTES ON THE DEC VT100 IMPLEMENTATION
# 
# Control sequences implemented in the VT100 are as follows:
# 
#      CPR, CUB, CUD, CUF, CUP, CUU, DA, DSR, ED, EL, HTS, HVP, IND,
#      LNM, NEL, RI, RIS, RM, SGR, SM, TBC
# 
# plus several private DEC commands.
# 
# Erasing parts of the display (EL and ED) in the VT100 is performed thus:
# 
#      Erase from cursor to end of line           Esc [ 0 K    or Esc [ K
#      Erase from beginning of line to cursor     Esc [ 1 K
#      Erase line containing cursor               Esc [ 2 K
#      Erase from cursor to end of screen         Esc [ 0 J    or Esc [ J
#      Erase from beginning of screen to cursor   Esc [ 1 J
#      Erase entire screen                        Esc [ 2 J
#
# Some brain-damaged terminal/emulators respond to Esc [ J as if it were
# Esc [ 2 J, but this is wrong; the default is 0.
# 
# The VT100 responds to receiving the DA (Device Attributes) control
# 
#      Esc [ c    (or Esc [ 0 c)
# 
# by transmitting the sequence
# 
#      Esc [ ? l ; Ps c
# 
# where Ps is a character that describes installed options.
# 
# The VT100's cursor location can be read with the DSR (Device Status
# Report) control
# 
#      Esc [ 6 n
# 
# The VT100 reports by transmitting the CPR sequence
# 
#      Esc [ Pl ; Pc R
# 
# where Pl is the line number and Pc is the column number (in decimal).
# 
# The specification for the DEC VT100 is document EK-VT100-UG-003.

#### ANSI.SYS
# 
# Here is a description of the color and attribute controls supported in the
# the ANSI.SYS driver under MS-DOS.  Most console drivers and ANSI
# terminal emulators for Intel boxes obey these.  They are a proper subset
# of the ECMA-48 escapes.
#
# 0	all attributes off
# 1	foreground bright
# 4	underscore on
# 5	blink on/background bright (not reliable with brown)
# 7	reverse-video
# 8	set blank (non-display)
# 10	set primary font
# 11	set first alternate font (on PCs, display ROM characters 1-31)
# 12	set second alternate font (on PCs, display IBM high-half chars)
#
#			Color attribute sets
# 3n	set foreground color       / 0=black, 1=red,     2=green, 3=brown,
# 4n	set background color       \ 4=blue,  5=magenta, 6=cyan,  7=white
# Bright black becomes gray.  Bright brown becomes yellow,
# These coincide with the prescriptions of the ISO 6429/ECMA-48 standard.
#
# * If the 5 attribute is on and you set a background color (40-47) it is
#   supposed to enable bright background.
#
# * Many VGA cards (such as the Paradise and compatibles) do the wrong thing
#   when you try to set a "bright brown" (yellow) background with attribute
#   5 (you get a blinking yellow foreground instead).  A few displays
#   (including the System V console) support an attribute 6 that undoes this
#   braindamage (this is required by iBCS2).
#
# * Some older versions of ANSI.SYS have a bug that causes thems to require
#   ESC [ Pn k as EL rather than the ANSI ESC [ Pn K.  (This is not ECMA-48
#   compatible.)

#### Intel Binary Compatibility Standard
#
# For comparison, here are the capabilities implied by the Intel Binary 
# Compatibility Standard for UNIX systems (Intel order number 468366-001).
# These recommendations are optional.  IBCS2 allows the leading escape to
# be either the 7-bit \E[ or 8-bit \0233 introducer, in accordance with
# the ANSI X.364/ISO 6429/ECMA-48 standard.  Here are the iBCS2 capabilities
# (as described in figure 9-3 of the standard).  Those expressed in the ibcs2
# terminfo entry are followed with the corresponding capability in parens:
#
#	CSI <n>k		disable (n=0) or enable (n=1) keyclick
#	CSI 2h   		lock keyboard
#	CSI 2i  		send screen as input
#	CSI 2l  		unlock keyboard
#	CSI 6m  		enable background color intensity
#	CSI <0-2>c		reserved
#	CSI <0-59>m		select graphic rendition
#	CSI <n>;<m>H	(cup)	cursor to line n and column m
#	CSI <n>;<m>f		cursor to line n and column m
#	CSI <n>@	(ich)	insert characters
#	CSI <n>A	(cuu)	cursor up n lines
#	CSI <n>B	(cud)	cursor down n lines
#	CSI <n>C	(cuu)	cursor right n characters
#	CSI <n>D	(cud)	cursor left n characters
#	CSI <n>E		cursor down n lines and in first column
#	CSI <n>F		cursor up n lines and in first column
#	CSI <n>G	(hpa)	position cursor at column n-1
#	CSI <n>J	(ed)	erase in display
#	CSI <n>K	(el)	erase in line
#	CSI <n>L	(il)	insert line(s)
#	CSI <n>P	(dch)	delete characters
#	CSI <n>S	(indn)	scroll up n lines
#	CSI <n>T	(rin)	scroll down n lines
#	CSI <n>X	(ech)	erase characters
#	CSI <n>Z	(cbt)	back up n tab stops
#	CSI <n>`		cursor to column n on line
#	CSI <n>a	(cuu)	cursor right n characters
#	CSI <n>d	(vpa)	cursor to line n
#	CSI <n>e		cursor down n lines and in first column
#	CSI <n>g	(cbt)	clear all tabs
#	CSI <n>z		make virtual terminal n active
#	CSI ?7h 	(smam)	turn automargin on
#	CSI ?7l 	(rmam)	turn automargin off
#	CSI s     		save cursor position
#	CSI u   		restore cursor position to saved value
#	CSI =<c>A		set overscan color
#	CSI =<c>F		set normal foreground color
#	CSI =<c>G		set normal background color
#	CSI =<c>H		set reverse foreground color
#	CSI =<c>I		set reverse foreground color
#	CSI =<c>J		set graphic foreground color
#	CSI =<c>K		set graphic foreground color
#	CSI =<n>g	(dispc) display n from alternate graphics character set
#	CSI =<p>;<d>B		set bell parameters
#	CSI =<s>;<e>C		set cursor parameters
#	CSI =<x>D		enable/disable intensity of background color
#	CSI =<x>E		set/clear blink vs. bold background
#	CSI 7     	(sc)	(sc) save cursor position
#	CSI 8   	(rc)	(rc) restore cursor position to saved value
#	CSI H		(hts)	(hts) set tab stop
#	CSI Q<n><string>	define function key string
#				(string must begin and end with delimiter char)
#	CSI c   	(clear) clear screen
#
# The lack of any specification for attributes in SGR (among other things)
# makes this a wretchedly weak standard. The table above is literally 
# everything iBSC2 has to say about terminal escape sequences; there is
# no further discussion of their meaning or how to set the parameters
# in these sequences at all.
#

######## NONSTANDARD CAPABILITY TRANSLATIONS USED IN THIS FILE
#
# The historical termcap file entries were written primarily in 4.4BSD termcap.
# The 4.4BSD termcap set was substantially larger than the original 4.1BSD set,
# with the extension names chosen for compatibility with the termcap names
# assigned in System V terminfo.  There are some variant extension sets out
# there.  We try to describe them here.
#
# XENIX extensions:
#
# The XENIX extensions include a set of function-key capabilities as follows:
#
#       code	XENIX variable name	terminfo name	name clashes?
#	----	-------------------	-------------	-----------------------
#	CL	key_char_left
#	CR	key_char_right
#	CW	key_change_window			create_window
#	EN	key_end          	kend
#	HM	key_home		khome
#	HP	??
#	LD	key_delete_line  	kdl1
#	LF	key_linefeed     			label_off
#	NU	key_next_unlocked_cell
#	PD	key_page_down   	knp
#	PL	??
#	PN	start_print		mc5
#	PR	??
#	PS	stop_print		mc4
#	PU	key_page_up     	kpp		pulse
#	RC	key_recalc				remove_clock
#	RF	key_toggle_ref				req_for_input
#	RT	key_return      	kent
#	UP	key_up_arrow           	kcuu1   	parm_up_cursor
#	WL	key_word_left
#	WR	key_word_right
#
# The XENIX extensions also include the following character-set and highlight
# capabilities:
#
#	XENIX	terminfo	function
#	-----	--------	------------------------------
#	GS	smacs		start alternate character set
#	GE	rmacs		end alternate character set
#	GG			:as:/:ae: glitch (analogous to :sg:/:ug:)
#	bo	blink		begin blink (not used in /etc/termcap)
#	be			end blink (not used in /etc/termcap)
#	bb			blink glitch  (not used in /etc/termcap)
#	it	dim		begin dim (not used in /etc/termcap)
#	ie			end dim (not used in /etc/termcap)
#	ig			dim glitch  (not used in /etc/termcap)
#
# Finally, XENIX also used the following forms-drawing capabilities:
#
#	single	double  type             ASCII approximation 
#	------	------	-------------    -------------------
#	GV	Gv	vertical line             |
#	GH	Gv	horizontal line       -   _
#	G1	G5	top right corner       _   |
#	G2	G6	top left corner       | 
#	G3	G7	bottom left corner         |_
#	G4	G8	bottom right corner   _|
#	GD	Gd	down-tick character        T
#	GL	Gl	left-tick character   -|
#	GR	Gr	right-tick character       |-
#	GC	Gc	middle intersection   -|-
#	GU	Gu	up-tick character          _|_
#
# These were invented to take advantage of the IBM PC ROM character set.  One
# can compose an acsc string from the single-width characters as follows
#	"j{G4}k{G1}l{G2}m{G3}q{GH}x{GV}t{GR}u{GL}v{GU}w{GD}n{GC}"
# When translating a termcap file, ncurses tic will do this automatically.
# The double forms characters don't fit the SVr4 terminfo model.
#
# AT&T Extensions:
#
# The old AT&T 5410, 5420, 5425, pc6300plus, 610, and s4 entries used a set of
# nonstandard capabilities.  Its signature is the KM capability, used to name
# some sort of keymap file.  EE, BO, CI, CV, XS, DS, FL and FE are in this
# set.  Comments in the original, and a little cross-checking with other AT&T
# documentation, seem to establish that BO=:mr: (start reverse video), DS=:mh:
# (start dim), XS=:mk: (secure/invisible mode), EE=:me: (end highlights),
# FL=:LO: (enable soft labels), FE=:LF: (disable soft labels), CI=:vi: (make
# cursor invisible), and CV=:ve: (make cursor normal).
#
# HP Extensions
#
# The HP library (as of mid-1995, their term.h file version 70.1) appears to
# have the System V capabilities up to SVr1 level.  After that, it supports
# two nonstandard caps meml and memu corresponding to the old termcap :ml:,
# :mu: capabilities.  After that, it supports caps plab_norm, label_on,
# label_off, and key_f11..key_f63 capabilities like SVr4's.  This makes the
# HP binary format incompatible with SVr4's.
#
# IBM Extensions
#
# There is a set of nonstandard terminfos used by IBM's AIX operating system.
# The AIX terminfo library diverged from SVr1 terminfo, and replaces all
# capabilities following prtr_non with the following special capabilties:
# box[12], batt[12], colb[0123456789], colf[0123456789], f[01234567], kbtab,
# kdo, kcmd, kcpn, kend, khlp, knl, knpn, kppn, kppn, kquit, ksel, kscl, kscr,
# ktab, kmpf[123456789], apstr, ksf1..ksf10, kf11...kf63, kact, topl, btml,
# rvert, lvert.   Some of these are identical to XPG4/SVr4 equivalents:
# kcmd, kend, khlp, and kf11...kf63.  Two others (kbtab and ksel) can be
# renamed (to kcbt and kslt).  The places in the box[12] capabilities
# correspond to acsc chars, here is the mapping:
#
#	box1[0]  = ACS_ULCORNER
#	box1[1]  = ACS_HLINE	
#	box1[2]  = ACS_URCORNER
#	box1[3]  = ACS_VLINE
#	box1[4]  = ACS_LRCORNER
#	box1[5]  = ACS_LLCORNER
#	box1[6]  = ACS_TTEE
#	box1[7]  = ACS_RTEE
#	box1[8]  = ACS_BTEE
#	box1[9]  = ACS_LTEE
#	box1[10] = ACS_PLUS
#
# The box2 characters are the double-line versions of these forms graphics.
# The AIX binary terminfo format is incompatible with SVr4's.
#
# Iris console extensions:
#
# HS is half-intensity start; HE is half-intensity end
# CT is color terminal type (for Curses & rogue)
# CP is color change escape sequence
# CZ are color names (for Curses & rogue)
#
# The ncurses tic utility recognizes HS as an alias for mh <dim>.
#
# TC Extensions:
#
# There is a set of extended termcaps associated with something
# called the "Terminal Control" or TC package created by MainStream Systems,
# Winfield Kansas.  This one also uses GS/GE for as/ae, and also uses
# CF for civis and CO for cvvis.  Finally, they define a boolean :ct:
# that flags color terminals.
#
######## CHANGE HISTORY
#
# The last /etc/termcap version maintained by John Kunze was 8.3, dated 8/5/94.
# Releases 9 and up are maintained by Eric S. Raymond as part of the ncurses
# project.
#
# This file contains all the capability information present in John Kunze's
# last version of the termcap master file, except as noted in the change 
# comments at end of file.  Some information about very ancient obsolete
# capabilities has been moved to comments.  Some all-numeric names of older
# terminals have been retired.
#
# I changed :MT: to :km: (the 4.4BSD name) everywhere.  I commented out some
# capabilities (EP, dF, dT, dV, kn, ma, ml, mu, xr, xx) that are no longer
# used by BSD curses.
#
# The 9.1.0 version of this file was translated from my lightly-edited copy of
# 8.3, then mechanically checked against 8.3 using Emacs Lisp code written for
# the purpose.  Unless the ncurses tic implementation and the Lisp code were
# making perfectly synchronized mistakes which I then failed to catch by
# eyeball, the translation was correct and perfectly information-preserving.
#
# Major version number bumps correspond to major version changes in ncurses.
#
# Here is a log of the changes since then:
#
# 9.1.0 (Wed Feb  1 04:50:32 EST 1995):
#	* First terminfo master translated from 8.3.
# 9.2.0 (Wed Feb  1 12:21:45 EST 1995):
#	* Replaced Wyse entries with updated entries supplied by vendor.
#
# 9.3.0 (Mon Feb  6 19:14:40 EST 1995):
#	* Added contact & status info from G. Clark Brown <clark@sssi.com>.
# 9.3.1 (Tue Feb  7 12:00:24 EST 1995):
#	* Better XENIX keycap translation.  Describe TC termcaps.
#	* Contact and history info supplied by Qume.
# 9.3.2 (Sat Feb 11 23:40:02 EST 1995):
#	* Raided the Shuford FTP site for recent termcaps/terminfos.
#	* Added information on X3.64 and VT100 standard escape sequences.
# 9.3.3 (Mon Feb 13 12:26:15 EST 1995):
#	* Added a correct X11R6 xterm entry.
#	* Fixed terminfo translations of padding.
# 9.3.4 (Wed Feb 22 19:27:34 EST 1995):
#	* Added correct acsc/smacs/rmacs strings for vt100 and xterm.
#	* Added u6/u7/u8/u9 capabilities.
#	* Added PCVT entry.
# 9.3.5 (Thu Feb 23 09:37:12 EST 1995):
#	* Emacs uses :so:, not :mr:, for its mode line.  Fix linux entry
#	  to use reverse-video standout so Emacs will look right.
#	* Added el1 capability to ansi.
#	* Added smacs/rmacs to ansi.sys.
#
# 9.4.0 (Sat Feb 25 16:43:25 EST 1995):
#	* New mt70 entry.
#	* Added COPYRIGHTS AND OTHER DELUSIONS.
#	* Added AT&T 23xx & 500/513, vt220 and vt420, opus3n1+, netronics
#	  smartvid & smarterm, ampex 175 & 219 & 232,
#	  env230, falco ts100, fluke, intertube, superbrain, ncr7901, vic20,
#	  ozzie, trs200, tr600, Tandy & Texas Instruments VDTs, intext2,
#	  screwpoint, fviewpoint, Contel Business Systems, Datamedia Colorscan,
#	  adm36, mime314, ergo4000, ca22851.  Replaced att7300, esprit, dd5500.
#	* Replaced the Perkin-Elmer entries with vendor's official ones.
#	* Restored the old minimal-ansi entry, luna needs it.
#	* Fixed some incorrect ip and proportional-padding translations.
# 9.4.1 (Mon Feb 27 14:18:33 EST 1995):
#	* Fix linux & AT386 sgr strings to do A_ALTCHARSET turnoff correctly.
#	* Make the xterm entry 65 lines again; create xterm25 and xterm24
#	  to force a particular height.
#	* Added beehive4 and reorganized other Harris entries.
# 9.4.2 (Thu Mar  9 01:45:44 EST 1995):
#	* Merged in DEC's official entries for its terminals.  The only old
#	  entry I kept was Doug Gwyn's alternate vt100 (as vt100-avo).
#	* Replaced the translated BBN Bitgraph entries with purpose-built
#	  ones from AT&T's SVr3.
#	* Replaced the AT&T entries with AT&T's official terminfos.
#	* Added teleray 16, vc415, cops10. 
#	* Merged in many individual capabilities from SCO terminfo files.
# 9.4.3 (Mon Mar 13 02:37:53 EST 1995):
#	* Typo fixes.
#	* Change linux entry so A_PROTECT enables IBM-PC ROM characters.
# 9.4.4 (Mon Mar 27 12:32:35 EST 1995):
#	* Added tty35, Ann Arbor Guru series. vi300 and 550, cg7900, tvi803,
#	  pt210, ibm3164, IBM System 1, ctrm, Tymshare scanset, dt200, adm21,
#	  simterm, citoh and variants.
#	* Replaced sol entry with sol1 and sol2.
#	* Replaced Qume QVT and Freedom-series entries with purpose-built
#	  terminfo entries.
#	* Enhanced vt220, tvi910, tvi924, hpterm, hp2645, adm42, tek
#	  and dg200 entries using caps from from SCO.
#	* Added the usual set of function-key mappings to ANSI entry.
#	* Corrected xterm's function-key capabilities.
# 9.4.5 (Tue Mar 28 14:27:49 EST 1995):
#	* Fix in xterm entry, cub and cud are not reliable under X11R6.
# 9.4.6 (Thu Mar 30 14:52:15 EST 1995):
#	* Fix in xterm entry, get the arrow keys right.
#	* Change some \0 escapes to \200.
# 9.4.7 (Tue Apr  4 11:27:11 EDT 1995)
#	* Added apple (Videx card), adm1a, oadm31.
#	* Fixed malformed ampex csr.
#	* Fixed act4, cyb110; they had old-style prefix padding left in. 
#	* Changed mandatory to advisory padding in many entries.
#	* Replaced HP entries up to hpsub with purpose-built ones.
#	* Blank rmir/smir/rmdc/smdc capabilities removed.
#	* Small fixes merged in from SCO entries for lpr, fos, tvi910+, tvi924.
# 9.4.8 (Fri Apr  7 09:36:34 EDT 199):
#	* Replaced the Ann Arbor entries with SCO's, the init strings are
#	  more efficient (but the entries otherwise identical).
#	* Added dg211 from Shuford archive.
#	* Added synertek, apple-soroc, ibmpc, pc-venix, pc-coherent, xtalk,
#	  adm42-nl, pc52, gs6300, xerox820, uts30.
#	* Pull SCO's padding into vi200 entry.
#	* Improved capabilities for tvi4107 and other Televideo and Viewpoint
#	  entries merged in from SCO's descriptions.
#	* Fixed old-style prefix padding on zen50, h1500.
#	* Moved old superbee entry to superbee-xsb, pulled in new superbee
#	  entry from SCO's description.
#	* Reorganized the special entries.
#	* Added lm#0 to cbunix and virtual entries.
#
# 9.5.0 (Mon Apr 10 11:30:00 EDT 1995):
#	* Restored cdc456tst.
#	* Fixed sb1 entry, SCO erroneously left out the xsb glitch.
#	* Added megatek, beacon, microkit.
#	* Freeze for ncurses-1.9 release.
# 9.5.1 (Fri Apr 21 12:46:42 EDT 1995):
#	* Added historical data for TAB.
#	* Comment fixes from David MacKenzie.
#	* Added the new BSDI pc3 entry.
# 9.5.2 (Tue Apr 25 17:27:52 EDT 1995)
#	* A change in the tic -C logic now ensures that all entries in 
#	  the termcap translation will fit in < 1024 bytes.
#	* Added `bobcat' and `gator' HP consoles and the Nu machine entries
#	  from GNU termcap file.  This merges in all their local information.
# 9.5.3 (Tue Apr 25 22:28:13 EDT 1995)
#	* Changed tic -C logic to dump all capabilities used by GNU termcap.
#	* Added warnings about entries with long translations (restoring
#	  all the GNU termcaps pushes a few over the edge).
# 9.5.4 (Wed Apr 26 15:35:09 EDT 1995)
#	* Yet another tic change, and a couple of entry tweaks, to reduce the
#	  number of long (> 1024) termcap translations back to 0.
#
# 9.6.0 (Mon May  1 10:35:54 EDT 1995)
#	* Added kf13-kf20 to Linux entry.
#	* Regularize Prime terminal names.
#	* Historical data on Synertek.
#	* Freeze for ncurses-1.9.1.
# 9.6.1 (Sat May  6 02:00:52 EDT 1995):
#	* Added true xterm-color entry, renamed djm's pseudo-color entry.
#	* Eliminate whitespace in short name fields, this tanks some scripts.
#	* Name field changes to shorten some long entries.
#	* Termcap translation now automatically generates empty rmir/smir
#	  when ich1/ich is present (copes with an ancient vi bug).
#	* Added `screen' entries from FSF's screen-3.6.2.
#	* Added linux-nic and xterm-nic entries.
# 9.6.2 (Sat May  6 17:00:55 EDT 1995):
#	* Change linux entry to use smacs=\E[11m and have an explicit acsc,
#	  eliminating some special-case code in ncurses.
#
# 9.7.0 (Tue May  9 18:03:12 EDT 1995):
#	* Added vt320-k3, rsvidtx from the Emacs termcap.dat file.  I think
#	  that captures everything unique from it.
#	* Added reorder script generator.
#	* Freeze for ncurses 1.9.2 release.
# 9.7.1 (Thu Jun 29 09:35:22 EDT 1995):
#	* Added Sean Farley's kspd, flash, rs1 capabilities for linux.
#	* Added Olaf Siebert's corrections for adm12.
#	* ansi-pc-color now includes the colors and pairs caps, so that
#	  entries which use it will inherit them automatically.
#	* The linux entry can now recognize the center (keypad 5) key.
#	* Removed some junk that found its way into Linux acsc.
#
# 9.8.0 (Fri Jul  7 04:46:57 EDT 1995):
#	* Add 50% cut mark as a desperate hack to reduce tic's core usage.
#	* xterm doesn't try to use application keypad mode any more.
#	* Freeze for ncurses-1.9.3 release.
# 9.8.1 (Thu Jul 19 17:02:12 EDT 1995):
#	* Added corrected sun entry from vendor.
#	* Added csr capability to linux entry.
#	* Peter Wemm says the at386 hpa should be \E[%i%p1%dG, not \E[%p1%dG.
#	* Added vt102-nsgr to cope with stupid IBM PC `VT100' emulators.
#	* Some commented-out caps in long entries come back in, my code 
#	  for computing string-table lengths had a bug in it.
#	* pcansi series modified to fit comm-program reality better.
# 9.8.2 (Sat Sep  9 23:35:00 EDT 1995):
#	* BSD/OS actually ships the ibmpc3 bold entry as its console.
#	* Correct some bad aliases in the pcansi series
#	* Added entry for QNX console.
#	* Clean up duplicate long names for use with 4.4 library.
#	* Change vt100 standout to be normal reverse vide, not bright reverse;
#	  this makes the Emacs status line look better.
# 9.8.3 (Sun Sep 10 13:07:34 EDT 1995):
#	* Added Adam Thompson's VT320 entries, also his dtx-sas and z340.
#	* Minor surgery, mostly on name strings, to shorten termcap version.
#
# 9.9.0 (Sat Sep 16 23:03:48 EDT 1995):
#	* Added dec-vt100 for use with the EWAN emulator.
#	* Added kmous to xterm for use with xterm's mouse-tracking facility.
#	* Freeze for 1.9.5 alpha release.
# 9.9.1 (Wed Sep 20 13:46:09 EDT 1995):
#	* Changed xterm lines to 24, the X11R6 default.
# 9.9.2 (Sat Sep 23 21:29:21 EDT 1995):
#	* Added 7 newly discovered, undocumented acsc characters to linux
#	  entry (the pryz{|} characters).
#	* ncurses no longer steals A_PROTECT.  Simplify linux sgr accordingly.
#	* Correct two typos in the xterm entries introduced in 9.9.1.
#	* I finally figured out how to translate ko capabilities.  Done.
#	* Added tvi921 entries from Tim Theisen.
#	* Cleanup: dgd211 -> dg211, adm42-nl -> adm42-nsl.
#	* Removed mystery tec entry, it was neither interesting nor useful.
#	* shortened altos3, qvt203, tvi910+, tvi92D, tvi921-g, tvi955, vi200-f,
#	  vi300-ss, att505-24, contel301, dm3045, f200vi, pe7000c, vc303a,
#	  trs200, wind26, wind40, wind50, cdc456tst, dku7003, f110, dg211,
#	  by making them relative to use capabilities
#	* Added cuf1=^L to tvi925 from deleted variant tvi925a.
#	* fixed cup in adm22 entry and parametrized strings in vt320-k3.
#	* added it#8 to entries that used to have :pt: -- tvi912, vi200,
#	  ampex80,
#	* Translate all home=\E[;H capabilities to home=\E[H, they're 
#	  equivalent.
#	* Translate \E[0m -> \E[m in [rs]mso, [rs]mul, and init strings of
#	  vt100 and ANSI-like terminals.
# 9.9.3 (Tue Sep 26 20:11:15 EDT 1995):
#	* Added it#8 and ht=\t to *all* entries with :pt:; the ncurses tic
#	  does this now, too.
#	* fviewpoint is gone, it duplicated screwpoint.
#	* Added hp2627, graphos, graphos-30, hpex, ibmega, ibm8514, ibm8514-c,
#	  ibmvga, ibmvga-c, minix, mm340, mt4520-rv, screen2, screen3, 
#	  versaterm, vi500, vsc, vt131, vt340, vt400 entries from UW.
#	  The UW vi50 replaces the old one, which becomes vi50adm,
#	* No more embedded commas in name fields.
#
# 9.10.0 (Wed Oct  4 15:39:37 EDT 1995):
#	* XENIX forms characters in fos, trs16, scoansi become acsc strings,
#	* Introduced klone+* entries for describing Intel-console behavior.
#	* Linux kbs is default-mapped to delete for some brain-dead reason.
#	* -nsl -> -ns.  The -pp syntax is obsolete.
#	* Eliminate [A-Z]* primaries in accordance with SVr4 terminfo docs.
#	* Make xterm entry do application-keypad mode again.  I got complaints
#	  that it was messing up someone's 3270 emulator.
#	* Added some longname fields in order to avoid warning messages from
#	  older tic implementations.
#	* According to ctrlseqs.ms, xterm has a full vt100 graphics set.  Use
#	  it! (This gives us pi, greater than, less than, and a few more.)
#	* Freeze for ncurses-1.9.6 release.
# 9.10.1 (Sat Oct 21 22:18:09 EDT 1995):
#	* Add xon to a number of console entries, they're memory-mapped and
#	  don't need padding.
#	* Correct the use dependencies in the ansi series.
#	* Hand-translate more XENIX capabilities.
#	* Added hpterm entry for HP's X terminal emulator.
#	* Added aixterm entries.
#	* Shortened four names so everything fits in 14 chars.  
#
# 9.11.0 (Thu Nov  2 17:29:35 EST 1995):
#	* Added ibcs2 entry and info on iBCS2 standard.
#	* Corrected hpa/vpa in linux entry.  They still fail the worm test.
#	* We can handle the HP meml/memu capability now.
#	* Added smacs to klone entries, just as documentation.
#	* Carrected ansi.sys and cit-500 entries.
#	* Added z39, vt320-k311, v220c, and avatar entries.
#	* Make pcansi use the ansi.sys invis capability.
#	* Added DIP switch descriptions for vt100, adm31, tvi910, tvi920c,
#	  tvi925, tvi950, dt80, ncr7900i, h19.
#	* X3.64 has been withdrawn, change some references.
#	* Removed function keys from ansi-m entry.
#	* Corrected ansi.sys entry.
#	* Freeze for ncurses-1.9.7 release.
# 9.11.1 (Tue Nov  6 18:18:38 EST 1995):
#	* Added rmam/smam capabilities to many entries based on init strings.
#	* Added correct hpa/vpa to linux.
#	* Reduced several entries relative to vt52.
# 9.11.2 (Tue Nov  7 00:21:06 EST 1995):
#	* Exiled some utterly unidentifiable custom and homebrew types to the
#	  UFO file; also, obsolete small-screen hardware; also, entries which
#	  look flat-out incorrect, garbled, or redundant.  These include the
#	  following entries: carlock, cdc456tst, microkit, qdss, ramtek, tec, 
#	  tec400, tec500, ubell, wind, wind16, wind40, wind50, plasma, agile,
#	  apple, bch, daleblit, nucterm, ttywilliams, nuterminal, nu24, bnu,
#	  fnu, nunix-30, nunix-61, exidy, ex3000, sexidy, pc52, sanyo55, 
#	  yterm10, yterm11, yterm10nat, aed, aed-ucb, compucolor, compucolor2, 
#	  vic20, dg1, act5s, netx, smartvid, smarterm, sol, sol2, dt200, 
#	  trs80, trs100, trs200, trs600, xitex, rsvidtx, vid, att2300-x40, 
#	  att2350-x40, att4410-nfk, att5410-ns, otty5410, att5425-nl-w, 
#	  tty5425-fk, tty5425-w-fk, cita, c108-na, c108-rv-na, c100-rv-na, 
#	  c108-na-acs, c108-rv-na-acs, ims950-ns, infotonKAS, ncr7900i-na, 
#	  regent60na, scanset-n, tvi921-g, tvi925n, tvi925vbn, tvi925vb, 
#	  vc404-na, vc404-s-na, vt420nam, vt420f-nam, vt420pc-nam, vt510nam, 
#	  vt510pc-nam, vt520nam, vt525nam, xterm25, xterm50, xterm65, xterms.
#	* Corrected pcvt25h as suggested by Brian C. Grayson
#	  <bgrayson@pine.ece.utexas.edu>.
# 9.11.3 (Thu Nov  9 12:14:40 EST 1995):
#	* Added kspd=\E[P, kcbt=\E[Z, to linux entry, changed kbs back to ^H. 
#	* Added kent=\EOM to xterm entry.
#
# 9.11.4 (Fri Nov 10 08:31:35 EST 1995):
#	* Corrected gigi entry.
#	* Restored cuf/cud1 to xterm, their apparent bugginess was due to
#	  bad hpa/vpa capabilities.
#	* Corrected flash strings to have a uniform delay of .2 sec.  No
#	  more speed-dependent NUL-padding!
#	* terminfo capabilities in comments bracketed with <>.
# 9.11.5 (Fri Nov 10 15:35:02 EST 1995):
#	* Replaced pcvt with the 3.31 pcvt entries.
#	* Freeze for 1.9.7a.
# 9.11.6 (Mon Nov 13 10:20:24 EST 1995):
#	* Added emu entry from the X11R6 contrib tape sources.
#
# 9.12.0 (Wed Nov 29 04:22:25 EST 1995):
#	* Improved iris-ansi and sun entries.
#	* More flash string improvements.
#	* Corrected wy160 & wy160 as suggested by Robert Dunn
#	* Added dim to at386.  
#	* Reconciled pc3 and ibmpc3 with the BSDI termcap file.  Keith says
#	  he's ready to start using the termcap generated from this one.
#	* Added vt102-w, vt220-w, xterm-bold, wyse-vp, wy75ap, att4424m,
#	  ln03, lno3-w, h19-g, z29a*, qdss.  Made vt200 an alias of vt220.
#	* Improved hpterm, apollo consoles, fos, qvt101, tvi924. tvi925,
#	  att610, att620, att630, 
#	* Changed hazeltine name prefix from h to hz.
#	* Sent t500 to the UFI file.
#	* I think we've sucked all the juice out of BSDI's termcap file now.
#	* Freeze for ncurses 1.9.8 release
# 9.12.1 (Thu Nov 30 03:14:06 EST 1995)
#	* Unfreeze, linux kbs needed to be fixed.
#	* Tim Theisen pinned down a bug in the DMD firmware.
# 9.12.2 (Thu Nov 30 19:08:55 EST 1995):
#	* Fixes to ansi and klone capabilities (thank you, Aaron Ucko).
#	  (The broken ones had been shadowed by sgr.)
# 9.12.3 (Thu Dec  7 17:47:22 EST 1995):
#	* Added documentation on ECMA-48 standard.
#	* New Amiga entry.
# 9.12.4 (Thu Dec 14 04:16:39 EST 1995):
#	* More ECMA-48 stuff
#	* Corrected typo in minix entry, added pc-minix.
#	* Corrected khome/kend in xterm (thank you again, Aaron Ucko).
#	* Added rxvt entry.
#	* Added 1.3.x color-change capabilities to linux entry.
# 9.12.5 (Tue Dec 19 00:22:10 EST 1995):
#	* Corrected rxvt entry khome/kend.
#	* Corrected linux color change capabilities.
#	* NeXT entries from Dave Wetzel.
#	* Cleaned up if and rf file names (all in /usr/share now).
#	* Changed linux op capability to avoid screwing up a background color
#	  pair set by setterm.
# 9.12.6 (Wed Feb  7 16:14:35 EST 1996):
#	* Added xterm-sun.
# 9.12.7 (Fri Feb  9 13:27:35 EST 1996):
#	* Added visa50.
#
# 9.13.0 (Sun Mar 10 00:13:08 EST 1996):
#	* Another sweep through the Shuford archive looking for new info.
#	* Added dg100 alias to dg6053 based on a comp.terminals posting.
# 	* Added st52 from Per Persson.
#	* Added eterm from the GNU Emacs 19.30 distribution.
#	* Freeze for 1.9.9.
# 9.13.1 (Fri Mar 29 14:06:46 EST 1996):
#	* FreeBSD console entries from Andrew Chernov.
#	* Removed duplicate Atari st52 name.
# 9.13.2 (Tue May  7 16:10:06 EDT 1996)
#	* xterm doesn't actually have ACS_BLOCK.
#	* Change klone+color setf/setb to simpler forms that can be
#	  translated into termcap.
#	* Added xterm1.
#	* Removed mechanically-generated junk capabilities from cons* entries.
#	* Added color support to bsdos.
# 9.13.3 (Thu May  9 10:35:51 EDT 1996):
#	* Added Wyse 520 entries from Wm. Randolph Franklin <wrf@ecse.rpi.edu>.
#	* Created ecma+color, linux can use it.  Also added ech to linux.
#	* Teach xterm about more keys. Add Thomas Dickey's 3.1.2E updates.
#	* Add descriptions to FreeBSD console entries.  Also shorten
#	  some aliases to <= 14 chars for portability.
#	* Added x68k console
#	* Added OTbs to several VT-series entries.
# 9.13.4 (Wed May 22 10:54:09 EDT 1996):
#	* screen entry update for 3.7.1 from Michael Alan Dorfman.
# 9.13.5 (Wed Jun  5 11:22:41 EDT 1996):
#	* kterm correction due to Kenji Rikitake.
#	* ACS correction in vt320-kll due to Phillippe De Muyter.
# 9.13.6 (Sun Jun 16 15:01:07 EDT 1996):
#	* Sun console entry correction from J.T. Conklin.
#	* Changed all DEC VT300 and up terminals to use VT300 tab set
# 9.13.7 (Mon Jul  8 20:14:32 EDT 1996):
#	* Added smul to linux entry (we never noticed it was missing 
#	  because of sgr!).
#	* Added rmln to hp+labels (deduced from other HP entries).
#	* Added vt100 acsc capability to vt220, vt340, vt400, d800, dt80-sas,
#	  pro350, att7300, 5420_2, att4418, att4424, att4426, att505, vt320-k3.
#	* Corrected vt220 acsc.
#	* The klone+sgr and klone+sgr-dumb entries now use klone+acs;
#	  this corresponds to reality and helps prevent some tic warnings.
#	* Added sgr0 to c101, pcix, vt100-nav, screen2, oldsun, next, altos2,
#	  hpgeneric, hpansi, hpsub, hp236, hp700-wy, bobcat, dku7003, adm11,
#	  adm12, adm20, adm21, adm22, adm31, adm36, adm42, pt100, pt200,
#	  qvt101, tvi910, tvi921, tvi92B, tvi925, tvi950, tvi970, wy30-mc,
#	  wy50-mc, wy100, wyse-vp, ampex232, regent100, viewpoint, vp90,
#	  adds980, cit101, cit500, contel300, cs10, dm80, falco, falco-p, 
#	  f1720a, go140, sb1, superbeeic, microb, ibm8512, kt7, ergo4000,
#	  owl, uts30, dmterm, dt100, dt100, dt110, appleII, apple-videx,
#	  lisa, trsII, atari, st52, pc-coherent, basis, m2-man, bg2.0, bg1.25,
#	  dw3, ln03, ims-ansi, graphos, t16, zen30, xtalk, simterm, d800,
#	  ifmr, v3220, wy100q, tandem653, ibmaed.
#	* Added DWK terminal description.
# 9.13.8 (Wed Jul 10 11:45:21 EDT 1996):
#	* Many entries now have highlights inherited from adm+sgr.
#	* xterm entry now corresponds to XFree86 3.1.2E, with color.
#	* xtitle and xtitle-twm enable access to the X status line.
#	* Added linux-1.3.6 color palette caps in conventional format.
#	* Added adm1178 terminal.
#	* Move fos and apollo terminals to obsolete category.
#	* Aha! The BRL terminals file told us what the Iris extensions mean.
#	* Added, from the BRL termcap file: rt6221, rt6221-w, northstar,
#	  commodore, cdc721-esc, excel62, osexec.  Replaced from the BRL file:
#	  cit500, adm11. 
# 9.13.9 (Mon Jul 15 00:32:51 EDT 1996):
#	* Added, from the BRL termcap file: cdc721, cdc721l, cdc752, cdc756,
#	  aws, awsc, zentec8001, modgraph48, rca vp3301/vp3501, ex155.
#	* Corrected, from BRL termcap file: vi50.
#	* Better rxvt entry & corrected xterm entries from Thomas Dickey.
# 9.13.10 (Mon Jul 15 12:20:13 EDT 1996):
#	* Added from BRL: cit101e & variants, hmod1, vi200, ansi77, att5620-1,
#	  att5620-s, att5620-s, dg210, aas1901, hz1520, hp9845, osborne
#	  (old osborne moved to osborne-w), tvi970-vb, tvi970-2p, tvi925-hi,
#	  tek4105brl, tek4106brl, tek4107brl,tek4109brl, hazel, aepro,
#	  apple40p, apple80p, appleIIgs, apple2e, apple2e-p, apple-ae.
#	* Paired-attribute fixes to various terminals.
#	* Sun entry corrections from A. Lukyanov & Gert-Jan Vons.
#	* xterm entry corrections from Thomas Dickey.
# 9.13.11 (Tue Jul 30 16:42:58 EDT 1996):
#	* Added t916 entry, translated from a termcap in SCO's support area.
#	* New qnx entry from Michael Hunter.
# 9.13.12 (Mon Aug  5 14:31:11 EDT 1996):
#	* Added hpex2 from Ville Sulko.
#	* Fixed a bug that ran the qnx and pcvtXX together.
# 9.13.13 (Fri Aug  9 01:16:17 EDT 1996):
#	* Added dtterm entry from Solaris CDE.
# 9.13.14 (Tue Sep 10 15:31:56 EDT 1996):
#	* corrected pairs#8 typo in dtterm entry.
#	* added tvi9065.
# 9.13.15 (Sun Sep 15 02:47:05 EDT 1996):
#	* updated xterm entry to cover 3.1.2E's new features.  
# 9.13.16 (Tue Sep 24 12:47:43 EDT 1996):
#	* Added new minix entry
#	* Removed aliases of the form ^[0-9]* for obsolete terminals.
#	* Commented out linux-old, nobody's using pre-1.2 kernels now.
# 9.13.17 (Fri Sep 27 13:25:38 EDT 1996):
#	* Added Prism entries and kt7ix.
#	* Caution notes about EWAN and tabset files.
#	* Changed /usr/lib/tabset -> /usr/share/tabset.
#	* Added acsc/rmacs/smacs to vt52.
# 9.13.18 (Mon Oct 28 13:24:59 EST 1996):
#	* Merged in Thomas Dickey's reorganization of the xterm entries;
#	  added technical corrections to avoid warning messages.
# 9.13.19 (Sat Nov 16 16:05:49 EST 1996):
#	* Added rmso=\E[27m in Linux entry.
#	* Added koi8-r support for Linux console.
#	* Replace xterm entries with canonical ones from XFree86 3.2.
# 9.13.20 (Sun Nov 17 23:02:51 EST 1996):
#	* Added color_xterm from Jacob Mandelson
# 9.13.21 (Mon Nov 18 12:43:42 EST 1996):
#	* Back off the xterm entry to use r6 as a base.
# 9.13.22 (Sat Nov 30 11:51:31 EST 1996):
#	* Added dec-vt220 at Adrian Garside's request.
# 9.13.23 (Fri Feb 21 16:36:06 EST 1997):
#	* Replaced minitel-2 entry.
#	* Added MGR, ansi-nt.
#	* Minor corrections to xterm entries.
#	* Replaced EWAN telnet entry.
#	* Dropped the reorder script generator.  It was a fossil.
# 9.13.24 (Sun Feb 23 20:55:23 EST 1997):
#	* Thorsten Lockert added termcap `bs' to a lot of types, working from
#	  the 4.4BSD Lite2 file.
# 9.13.25 (Fri Jun 20 12:33:36 EDT 1997):
#	* Added Datapoint 8242, pilot, ansi_psx, rbcomm, vt220js.
#	* Updated iris-ansi; corrected vt102-w.
#	* Switch base xterm entry to 3.3 level.
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