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      FAQ
  2. 17
      LEGACY
  3. 34
      LICENSE
  4. 57
      Makefile
  5. 0
      README.md
  6. 28
      TODO
  7. 50
      arg.h
  8. 480
      config.h
  9. 35
      config.mk
  10. 163
      patches/st-alpha-0.8.2.diff
  11. 335
      patches/st-scrollback-20190122-3be4cf1.diff
  12. 71
      patches/st-scrollback-mouse-0.8.diff
  13. BIN
      st
  14. 176
      st.1
  15. 2673
      st.c
  16. 133
      st.h
  17. 124
      st.h.orig
  18. 222
      st.info
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      win.h
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      x.c
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FAQ

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## Why does st not handle utmp entries?
Use the excellent tool of [utmp](http://git.suckless.org/utmp/) for this task.
## Some _random program_ complains that st is unknown/not recognised/unsupported/whatever!
It means that st doesn’t have any terminfo entry on your system. Chances are
you did not `make install`. If you just want to test it without installing it,
you can manually run `tic -sx st.info`.
## Nothing works, and nothing is said about an unknown terminal!
* Some programs just assume they’re running in xterm i.e. they don’t rely on
terminfo. What you see is the current state of the “xterm compliance”.
* Some programs don’t complain about the lacking st description and default to
another terminal. In that case see the question about terminfo.
## I get some weird glitches/visual bug on _random program_!
Try launching it with a different TERM: $ TERM=xterm myapp. toe(1) will give
you a list of available terminals, but you’ll most likely switch between xterm,
st or st-256color. The default value for TERM can be changed in config.h
(TNAME).
## How do I scroll back up?
Using a terminal multiplexer.
* `st -e tmux` using C-b [
* `st -e screen` using C-a ESC
## Why doesn't the Del key work in some programs?
Taken from the terminfo manpage:
If the terminal has a keypad that transmits codes when the keys
are pressed, this information can be given. Note that it is not
possible to handle terminals where the keypad only works in
local (this applies, for example, to the unshifted HP 2621 keys).
If the keypad can be set to transmit or not transmit, give these
codes as smkx and rmkx. Otherwise the keypad is assumed to
always transmit.
In the st case smkx=E[?1hE= and rmkx=E[?1lE>, so it is mandatory that
applications which want to test against keypad keys send these
sequences.
But buggy applications (like bash and irssi, for example) don't do this. A fast
solution for them is to use the following command:
$ printf '\033[?1h\033=' >/dev/tty
or
$ tput smkx
In the case of bash, readline is used. Readline has a different note in its
manpage about this issue:
enable-keypad (Off)
When set to On, readline will try to enable the
application keypad when it is called. Some systems
need this to enable arrow keys.
Adding this option to your .inputrc will fix the keypad problem for all
applications using readline.
If you are using zsh, then read the zsh FAQ
<http://zsh.sourceforge.net/FAQ/zshfaq03.html#l25>:
It should be noted that the O / [ confusion can occur with other keys
such as Home and End. Some systems let you query the key sequences
sent by these keys from the system's terminal database, terminfo.
Unfortunately, the key sequences given there typically apply to the
mode that is not the one zsh uses by default (it's the "application"
mode rather than the "raw" mode). Explaining the use of terminfo is
outside of the scope of this FAQ, but if you wish to use the key
sequences given there you can tell the line editor to turn on
"application" mode when it starts and turn it off when it stops:
function zle-line-init () { echoti smkx }
function zle-line-finish () { echoti rmkx }
zle -N zle-line-init
zle -N zle-line-finish
Putting these lines into your .zshrc will fix the problems.
## How can I use meta in 8bit mode?
St supports meta in 8bit mode, but the default terminfo entry doesn't
use this capability. If you want it, you have to use the 'st-meta' value
in TERM.
## I cannot compile st in OpenBSD
OpenBSD lacks librt, despite it being mandatory in POSIX
<http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/c99.html#tag_20_11_13>.
If you want to compile st for OpenBSD you have to remove -lrt from config.mk, and
st will compile without any loss of functionality, because all the functions are
included in libc on this platform.
## The Backspace Case
St is emulating the Linux way of handling backspace being delete and delete being
backspace.
This is an issue that was discussed in suckless mailing list
<http://lists.suckless.org/dev/1404/20697.html>. Here is why some old grumpy
terminal users wants its backspace to be how he feels it:
Well, I am going to comment why I want to change the behaviour
of this key. When ASCII was defined in 1968, communication
with computers was done using punched cards, or hardcopy
terminals (basically a typewriter machine connected with the
computer using a serial port). ASCII defines DELETE as 7F,
because, in punched-card terms, it means all the holes of the
card punched; it is thus a kind of 'physical delete'. In the
same way, the BACKSPACE key was a non-destructive backspace,
as on a typewriter. So, if you wanted to delete a character,
you had to BACKSPACE and then DELETE. Another use of BACKSPACE
was to type accented characters, for example 'a BACKSPACE `'.
The VT100 had no BACKSPACE key; it was generated using the
CONTROL key as another control character (CONTROL key sets to
0 b7 b6 b5, so it converts H (code 0x48) into BACKSPACE (code
0x08)), but it had a DELETE key in a similar position where
the BACKSPACE key is located today on common PC keyboards.
All the terminal emulators emulated the difference between
these keys correctly: the backspace key generated a BACKSPACE
(^H) and delete key generated a DELETE (^?).
But a problem arose when Linus Torvalds wrote Linux. Unlike
earlier terminals, the Linux virtual terminal (the terminal
emulator integrated in the kernel) returned a DELETE when
backspace was pressed, due to the VT100 having a DELETE key in
the same position. This created a lot of problems (see [1]
and [2]). Since Linux has become the king, a lot of terminal
emulators today generate a DELETE when the backspace key is
pressed in order to avoid problems with Linux. The result is
that the only way of generating a BACKSPACE on these systems
is by using CONTROL + H. (I also think that emacs had an
important point here because the CONTROL + H prefix is used
in emacs in some commands (help commands).)
From point of view of the kernel, you can change the key
for deleting a previous character with stty erase. When you
connect a real terminal into a machine you describe the type
of terminal, so getty configures the correct value of stty
erase for this terminal. In the case of terminal emulators,
however, you don't have any getty that can set the correct
value of stty erase, so you always get the default value.
For this reason, it is necessary to add 'stty erase ^H' to your
profile if you have changed the value of the backspace key.
Of course, another solution is for st itself to modify the
value of stty erase. I usually have the inverse problem:
when I connect to non-Unix machines, I have to press CONTROL +
h to get a BACKSPACE. The inverse problem occurs when a user
connects to my Unix machines from a different system with a
correct backspace key.
[1] http://www.ibb.net/~anne/keyboard.html
[2] http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO-5.html
## But I really want the old grumpy behaviour of my terminal
Apply [1].
[1] http://st.suckless.org/patches/delkey

17
LEGACY

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A STATEMENT ON LEGACY SUPPORT
In the terminal world there is much cruft that comes from old and unsup‐
ported terminals that inherit incompatible modes and escape sequences
which noone is able to know, except when he/she comes from that time and
developed a graphical vt100 emulator at that time.
One goal of st is to only support what is really needed. When you en‐
counter a sequence which you really need, implement it. But while you
are at it, do not add the other cruft you might encounter while sneek‐
ing at other terminal emulators. History has bloated them and there is
no real evidence that most of the sequences are used today.
Christoph Lohmann <20h@r-36.net>
2012-09-13T07:00:36.081271045+02:00

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LICENSE

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MIT/X Consortium License
© 2014-2018 Hiltjo Posthuma <hiltjo at codemadness dot org>
© 2018 Devin J. Pohly <djpohly at gmail dot com>
© 2014-2017 Quentin Rameau <quinq at fifth dot space>
© 2009-2012 Aurélien APTEL <aurelien dot aptel at gmail dot com>
© 2008-2017 Anselm R Garbe <garbeam at gmail dot com>
© 2012-2017 Roberto E. Vargas Caballero <k0ga at shike2 dot com>
© 2012-2016 Christoph Lohmann <20h at r-36 dot net>
© 2013 Eon S. Jeon <esjeon at hyunmu dot am>
© 2013 Alexander Sedov <alex0player at gmail dot com>
© 2013 Mark Edgar <medgar123 at gmail dot com>
© 2013-2014 Eric Pruitt <eric.pruitt at gmail dot com>
© 2013 Michael Forney <mforney at mforney dot org>
© 2013-2014 Markus Teich <markus dot teich at stusta dot mhn dot de>
© 2014-2015 Laslo Hunhold <dev at frign dot de>
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
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The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
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DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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Makefile

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# st - simple terminal
# See LICENSE file for copyright and license details.
.POSIX:
include config.mk
SRC = st.c x.c
OBJ = $(SRC:.c=.o)
all: options st
options:
@echo st build options:
@echo "CFLAGS = $(STCFLAGS)"
@echo "LDFLAGS = $(STLDFLAGS)"
@echo "CC = $(CC)"
config.h:
cp config.def.h config.h
.c.o:
$(CC) $(STCFLAGS) -c $<
st.o: config.h st.h win.h
x.o: arg.h config.h st.h win.h
$(OBJ): config.h config.mk
st: $(OBJ)
$(CC) -o $@ $(OBJ) $(STLDFLAGS)
clean:
rm -f st $(OBJ) st-$(VERSION).tar.gz
dist: clean
mkdir -p st-$(VERSION)
cp -R FAQ LEGACY TODO LICENSE Makefile README config.mk\
config.def.h st.info st.1 arg.h st.h win.h $(SRC)\
st-$(VERSION)
tar -cf - st-$(VERSION) | gzip > st-$(VERSION).tar.gz
rm -rf st-$(VERSION)
install: st
mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin
cp -f st $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin
chmod 755 $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/st
mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(MANPREFIX)/man1
sed "s/VERSION/$(VERSION)/g" < st.1 > $(DESTDIR)$(MANPREFIX)/man1/st.1
chmod 644 $(DESTDIR)$(MANPREFIX)/man1/st.1
tic -sx st.info
@echo Please see the README file regarding the terminfo entry of st.
uninstall:
rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/st
rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(MANPREFIX)/man1/st.1
.PHONY: all options clean dist install uninstall

0
README.md

28
TODO

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vt emulation
------------
* double-height support
code & interface
----------------
* add a simple way to do multiplexing
drawing
-------
* add diacritics support to xdraws()
* switch to a suckless font drawing library
* make the font cache simpler
* add better support for brightening of the upper colors
bugs
----
* fix shift up/down (shift selection in emacs)
* remove DEC test sequence when appropriate
misc
----
$ grep -nE 'XXX|TODO' st.c

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arg.h

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/*
* Copy me if you can.
* by 20h
*/
#ifndef ARG_H__
#define ARG_H__
extern char *argv0;
/* use main(int argc, char *argv[]) */
#define ARGBEGIN for (argv0 = *argv, argv++, argc--;\
argv[0] && argv[0][0] == '-'\
&& argv[0][1];\
argc--, argv++) {\
char argc_;\
char **argv_;\
int brk_;\
if (argv[0][1] == '-' && argv[0][2] == '\0') {\
argv++;\
argc--;\
break;\
}\
int i_;\
for (i_ = 1, brk_ = 0, argv_ = argv;\
argv[0][i_] && !brk_;\
i_++) {\
if (argv_ != argv)\
break;\
argc_ = argv[0][i_];\
switch (argc_)
#define ARGEND }\
}
#define ARGC() argc_
#define EARGF(x) ((argv[0][i_+1] == '\0' && argv[1] == NULL)?\
((x), abort(), (char *)0) :\
(brk_ = 1, (argv[0][i_+1] != '\0')?\
(&argv[0][i_+1]) :\
(argc--, argv++, argv[0])))
#define ARGF() ((argv[0][i_+1] == '\0' && argv[1] == NULL)?\
(char *)0 :\
(brk_ = 1, (argv[0][i_+1] != '\0')?\
(&argv[0][i_+1]) :\
(argc--, argv++, argv[0])))
#endif

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config.h

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/* See LICENSE file for copyright and license details. */
/*
* appearance
*
* font: see http://freedesktop.org/software/fontconfig/fontconfig-user.html
*/
static char *font = "-xos4-terminus-bold-r-normal--22-220-72-72-c-110-iso8859-16:antialias=true:hinting=true";
static int borderpx = 2;
/*
* What program is execed by st depends of these precedence rules:
* 1: program passed with -e
* 2: utmp option
* 3: SHELL environment variable
* 4: value of shell in /etc/passwd
* 5: value of shell in config.h
*/
static char *shell = "/bin/zsh";
char *utmp = NULL;
char *stty_args = "stty raw pass8 nl -echo -iexten -cstopb 38400";
/* identification sequence returned in DA and DECID */
char *vtiden = "\033[?6c";
/* Kerning / character bounding-box multipliers */
static float cwscale = 1.0;
static float chscale = 1.0;
/*
* word delimiter string
*
* More advanced example: " `'\"()[]{}"
*/
char *worddelimiters = " ";
/* selection timeouts (in milliseconds) */
static unsigned int doubleclicktimeout = 300;
static unsigned int tripleclicktimeout = 600;
/* alt screens */
int allowaltscreen = 1;
/* frames per second st should at maximum draw to the screen */
static unsigned int xfps = 120;
static unsigned int actionfps = 30;
/*
* blinking timeout (set to 0 to disable blinking) for the terminal blinking
* attribute.
*/
static unsigned int blinktimeout = 800;
/*
* thickness of underline and bar cursors
*/
static unsigned int cursorthickness = 2;
/*
* bell volume. It must be a value between -100 and 100. Use 0 for disabling
* it
*/
static int bellvolume = 0;
/* default TERM value */
char *termname = "st-256color";
/* bg opacity */
float alpha = 0.85;
/*
* spaces per tab
*
* When you are changing this value, don't forget to adapt the »it« value in
* the st.info and appropriately install the st.info in the environment where
* you use this st version.
*
* it#$tabspaces,
*
* Secondly make sure your kernel is not expanding tabs. When running `stty
* -a` »tab0« should appear. You can tell the terminal to not expand tabs by
* running following command:
*
* stty tabs
*/
unsigned int tabspaces = 8;
/* Terminal colors (16 first used in escape sequence) */
static const char *colorname[] = {
/* 8 normal colors */
"black",
"red3",
"green3",
"yellow3",
"blue2",
"magenta3",
"cyan3",
"gray90",
/* 8 bright colors */
"gray50",
"red",
"green",
"yellow",
"#5c5cff",
"magenta",
"cyan",
"white",
[255] = 0,
/* more colors can be added after 255 to use with DefaultXX */
"#cccccc",
"#555555",
"black",
};
/*
* Default colors (colorname index)
* foreground, background, cursor, reverse cursor
unsigned int defaultfg = 10;
unsigned int defaultbg = 258;
*/
unsigned int defaultfg = 7;
unsigned int defaultbg = 0;
static unsigned int defaultcs = 256;
static unsigned int defaultrcs = 257;
/*
* Default shape of cursor
* 2: Block ("")
* 4: Underline ("_")
* 6: Bar ("|")
* 7: Snowman ("")
*/
static unsigned int cursorshape = 2;
/*
* Default columns and rows numbers
*/
static unsigned int cols = 80;
static unsigned int rows = 24;
/*
* Default colour and shape of the mouse cursor
*/
static unsigned int mouseshape = XC_xterm;
static unsigned int mousefg = 7;
static unsigned int mousebg = 0;
/*
* Color used to display font attributes when fontconfig selected a font which
* doesn't match the ones requested.
*/
static unsigned int defaultattr = 11;
/*
* Internal mouse shortcuts.
* Beware that overloading Button1 will disable the selection.
*/
static MouseShortcut mshortcuts[] = {
/* button mask string */
{ Button4, XK_NO_MOD, "\031" },
{ Button5, XK_NO_MOD, "\005" },
};
MouseKey mkeys[] = {
/* button mask function argument */
{ Button4, ShiftMask, kscrollup, {.i = 1} },
{ Button5, ShiftMask, kscrolldown, {.i = 1} },
};
/* Internal keyboard shortcuts. */
#define MODKEY Mod1Mask
#define TERMMOD (ControlMask|ShiftMask)
static Shortcut shortcuts[] = {
/* mask keysym function argument */
{ XK_ANY_MOD, XK_Break, sendbreak, {.i = 0} },
{ ControlMask, XK_Print, toggleprinter, {.i = 0} },
{ ShiftMask, XK_Print, printscreen, {.i = 0} },
{ XK_ANY_MOD, XK_Print, printsel, {.i = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Prior, zoom, {.f = +1} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Next, zoom, {.f = -1} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Home, zoomreset, {.f = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_C, clipcopy, {.i = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_V, clippaste, {.i = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Y, selpaste, {.i = 0} },
{ ShiftMask, XK_Insert, selpaste, {.i = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Num_Lock, numlock, {.i = 0} },
{ ShiftMask, XK_Page_Up, kscrollup, {.i = -1} },
{ ShiftMask, XK_Page_Down, kscrolldown, {.i = -1} },
};
/*
* Special keys (change & recompile st.info accordingly)
*
* Mask value:
* * Use XK_ANY_MOD to match the key no matter modifiers state
* * Use XK_NO_MOD to match the key alone (no modifiers)
* appkey value:
* * 0: no value
* * > 0: keypad application mode enabled
* * = 2: term.numlock = 1
* * < 0: keypad application mode disabled
* appcursor value:
* * 0: no value
* * > 0: cursor application mode enabled
* * < 0: cursor application mode disabled
* crlf value
* * 0: no value
* * > 0: crlf mode is enabled
* * < 0: crlf mode is disabled
*
* Be careful with the order of the definitions because st searches in
* this table sequentially, so any XK_ANY_MOD must be in the last
* position for a key.
*/
/*
* If you want keys other than the X11 function keys (0xFD00 - 0xFFFF)
* to be mapped below, add them to this array.
*/
static KeySym mappedkeys[] = { -1 };
/*
* State bits to ignore when matching key or button events. By default,
* numlock (Mod2Mask) and keyboard layout (XK_SWITCH_MOD) are ignored.
*/
static uint ignoremod = Mod2Mask|XK_SWITCH_MOD;
/*
* Override mouse-select while mask is active (when MODE_MOUSE is set).
* Note that if you want to use ShiftMask with selmasks, set this to an other
* modifier, set to 0 to not use it.
*/
static uint forceselmod = ShiftMask;
/*
* This is the huge key array which defines all compatibility to the Linux
* world. Please decide about changes wisely.
*/
static Key key[] = {
/* keysym mask string appkey appcursor */
{ XK_KP_Home, ShiftMask, "\033[2J", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Home, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2H", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Home, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[H", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Home, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[1~", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Up, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ox", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Up, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[A", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Up, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OA", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Down, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Or", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Down, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[B", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Down, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OB", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Left, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ot", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Left, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[D", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Left, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OD", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Right, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ov", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Right, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[C", 0, -1},
{ XK_KP_Right, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OC", 0, +1},
{ XK_KP_Prior, ShiftMask, "\033[5;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_Prior, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_Begin, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[E", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_End, ControlMask, "\033[J", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_End, ControlMask, "\033[1;5F", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_End, ShiftMask, "\033[K", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_End, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2F", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_End, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[4~", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_Next, ShiftMask, "\033[6;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_Next, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, ShiftMask, "\033[2;2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, ShiftMask, "\033[4l", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, ControlMask, "\033[L", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, ControlMask, "\033[2;5~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[4h", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Insert, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, ControlMask, "\033[M", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, ControlMask, "\033[3;5~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, ShiftMask, "\033[2K", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, ShiftMask, "\033[3;2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[P", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Delete, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[3~", +1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Multiply, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Oj", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_Add, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ok", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_Enter, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OM", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_Enter, XK_ANY_MOD, "\r", -1, 0},
{ XK_KP_Subtract, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Om", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_Decimal, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033On", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_Divide, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Oo", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_0, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Op", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_1, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Oq", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_2, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Or", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_3, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Os", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_4, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ot", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_5, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ou", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_6, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ov", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_7, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ow", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_8, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Ox", +2, 0},
{ XK_KP_9, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033Oy", +2, 0},
{ XK_Up, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, ShiftMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;4A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, ControlMask, "\033[1;5A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, ShiftMask|ControlMask,"\033[1;6A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;7A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up,ShiftMask|ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;8A", 0, 0},
{ XK_Up, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[A", 0, -1},
{ XK_Up, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OA", 0, +1},
{ XK_Down, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down, Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down, ShiftMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;4B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down, ControlMask, "\033[1;5B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down, ShiftMask|ControlMask,"\033[1;6B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down, ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;7B", 0, 0},
{ XK_Down,ShiftMask|ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;8B",0, 0},
{ XK_Down, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[B", 0, -1},
{ XK_Down, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OB", 0, +1},
{ XK_Left, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left, Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left, ShiftMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;4D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left, ControlMask, "\033[1;5D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left, ShiftMask|ControlMask,"\033[1;6D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left, ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;7D", 0, 0},
{ XK_Left,ShiftMask|ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;8D",0, 0},
{ XK_Left, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[D", 0, -1},
{ XK_Left, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OD", 0, +1},
{ XK_Right, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right, Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right, ShiftMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;4C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right, ControlMask, "\033[1;5C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right, ShiftMask|ControlMask,"\033[1;6C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right, ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;7C", 0, 0},
{ XK_Right,ShiftMask|ControlMask|Mod1Mask,"\033[1;8C",0, 0},
{ XK_Right, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[C", 0, -1},
{ XK_Right, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033OC", 0, +1},
{ XK_ISO_Left_Tab, ShiftMask, "\033[Z", 0, 0},
{ XK_Return, Mod1Mask, "\033\r", 0, 0},
{ XK_Return, XK_ANY_MOD, "\r", 0, 0},
{ XK_Insert, ShiftMask, "\033[4l", -1, 0},
{ XK_Insert, ShiftMask, "\033[2;2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_Insert, ControlMask, "\033[L", -1, 0},
{ XK_Insert, ControlMask, "\033[2;5~", +1, 0},
{ XK_Insert, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[4h", -1, 0},
{ XK_Insert, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, ControlMask, "\033[M", -1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, ControlMask, "\033[3;5~", +1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, ShiftMask, "\033[2K", -1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, ShiftMask, "\033[3;2~", +1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[P", -1, 0},
{ XK_Delete, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[3~", +1, 0},
{ XK_BackSpace, XK_NO_MOD, "\177", 0, 0},
{ XK_BackSpace, Mod1Mask, "\033\177", 0, 0},
{ XK_Home, ShiftMask, "\033[2J", 0, -1},
{ XK_Home, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2H", 0, +1},
{ XK_Home, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[H", 0, -1},
{ XK_Home, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[1~", 0, +1},
{ XK_End, ControlMask, "\033[J", -1, 0},
{ XK_End, ControlMask, "\033[1;5F", +1, 0},
{ XK_End, ShiftMask, "\033[K", -1, 0},
{ XK_End, ShiftMask, "\033[1;2F", +1, 0},
{ XK_End, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[4~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Prior, ControlMask, "\033[5;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Prior, ShiftMask, "\033[5;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Prior, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Next, ControlMask, "\033[6;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Next, ShiftMask, "\033[6;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_Next, XK_ANY_MOD, "\033[6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, XK_NO_MOD, "\033OP" , 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, /* F13 */ ShiftMask, "\033[1;2P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, /* F25 */ ControlMask, "\033[1;5P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, /* F37 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[1;6P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, /* F49 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F1, /* F61 */ Mod3Mask, "\033[1;4P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, XK_NO_MOD, "\033OQ" , 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, /* F14 */ ShiftMask, "\033[1;2Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, /* F26 */ ControlMask, "\033[1;5Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, /* F38 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[1;6Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, /* F50 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F2, /* F62 */ Mod3Mask, "\033[1;4Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, XK_NO_MOD, "\033OR" , 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, /* F15 */ ShiftMask, "\033[1;2R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, /* F27 */ ControlMask, "\033[1;5R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, /* F39 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[1;6R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, /* F51 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F3, /* F63 */ Mod3Mask, "\033[1;4R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F4, XK_NO_MOD, "\033OS" , 0, 0},
{ XK_F4, /* F16 */ ShiftMask, "\033[1;2S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F4, /* F28 */ ControlMask, "\033[1;5S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F4, /* F40 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[1;6S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F4, /* F52 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[1;3S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F5, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[15~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F5, /* F17 */ ShiftMask, "\033[15;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F5, /* F29 */ ControlMask, "\033[15;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F5, /* F41 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[15;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F5, /* F53 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[15;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F6, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[17~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F6, /* F18 */ ShiftMask, "\033[17;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F6, /* F30 */ ControlMask, "\033[17;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F6, /* F42 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[17;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F6, /* F54 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[17;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F7, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[18~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F7, /* F19 */ ShiftMask, "\033[18;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F7, /* F31 */ ControlMask, "\033[18;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F7, /* F43 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[18;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F7, /* F55 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[18;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F8, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[19~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F8, /* F20 */ ShiftMask, "\033[19;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F8, /* F32 */ ControlMask, "\033[19;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F8, /* F44 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[19;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F8, /* F56 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[19;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F9, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[20~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F9, /* F21 */ ShiftMask, "\033[20;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F9, /* F33 */ ControlMask, "\033[20;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F9, /* F45 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[20;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F9, /* F57 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[20;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F10, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[21~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F10, /* F22 */ ShiftMask, "\033[21;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F10, /* F34 */ ControlMask, "\033[21;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F10, /* F46 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[21;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F10, /* F58 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[21;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F11, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[23~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F11, /* F23 */ ShiftMask, "\033[23;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F11, /* F35 */ ControlMask, "\033[23;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F11, /* F47 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[23;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F11, /* F59 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[23;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F12, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[24~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F12, /* F24 */ ShiftMask, "\033[24;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F12, /* F36 */ ControlMask, "\033[24;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F12, /* F48 */ Mod4Mask, "\033[24;6~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F12, /* F60 */ Mod1Mask, "\033[24;3~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F13, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;2P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F14, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;2Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F15, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;2R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F16, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;2S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F17, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[15;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F18, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[17;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F19, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[18;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F20, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[19;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F21, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[20;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F22, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[21;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F23, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[23;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F24, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[24;2~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F25, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;5P", 0, 0},
{ XK_F26, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;5Q", 0, 0},
{ XK_F27, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;5R", 0, 0},
{ XK_F28, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[1;5S", 0, 0},
{ XK_F29, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[15;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F30, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[17;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F31, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[18;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F32, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[19;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F33, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[20;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F34, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[21;5~", 0, 0},
{ XK_F35, XK_NO_MOD, "\033[23;5~", 0, 0},
};
/*
* Selection types' masks.
* Use the same masks as usual.
* Button1Mask is always unset, to make masks match between ButtonPress.
* ButtonRelease and MotionNotify.
* If no match is found, regular selection is used.
*/
static uint selmasks[] = {
[SEL_RECTANGULAR] = Mod1Mask,
};
/*
* Printable characters in ASCII, used to estimate the advance width
* of single wide characters.
*/
static char ascii_printable[] =
" !\"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?"
"@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\\]^_"
"`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~";

35
config.mk

@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
# st version
VERSION = 0.8.2
# Customize below to fit your system
# paths
PREFIX = /usr/local
MANPREFIX = $(PREFIX)/share/man
X11INC = /usr/X11R6/include
X11LIB = /usr/X11R6/lib
PKG_CONFIG = pkg-config
# includes and libs
INCS = -I$(X11INC) \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --cflags fontconfig` \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --cflags freetype2`
LIBS = -L$(X11LIB) -lm -lrt -lX11 -lutil -lXft -lXrender\
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --libs fontconfig` \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --libs freetype2`
# flags
STCPPFLAGS = -DVERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=600
STCFLAGS = $(INCS) $(STCPPFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)
STLDFLAGS = $(LIBS) $(LDFLAGS)
# OpenBSD:
#CPPFLAGS = -DVERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=600 -D_BSD_SOURCE
#LIBS = -L$(X11LIB) -lm -lX11 -lutil -lXft \
# `pkg-config --libs fontconfig` \
# `pkg-config --libs freetype2`
# compiler and linker
# CC = c99

163
patches/st-alpha-0.8.2.diff

@ -0,0 +1,163 @@
diff --git a/config.def.h b/config.def.h
index 0e01717..e116631 100644
--- a/config.def.h
+++ b/config.def.h
@@ -82,6 +82,9 @@ char *termname = "st-256color";
*/
unsigned int tabspaces = 8;
+/* bg opacity */
+float alpha = 0.8;
+
/* Terminal colors (16 first used in escape sequence) */
static const char *colorname[] = {
/* 8 normal colors */
@@ -109,6 +112,7 @@ static const char *colorname[] = {
/* more colors can be added after 255 to use with DefaultXX */
"#cccccc",
"#555555",
+ "black",
};
@@ -117,7 +121,7 @@ static const char *colorname[] = {
* foreground, background, cursor, reverse cursor
*/
unsigned int defaultfg = 7;
-unsigned int defaultbg = 0;
+unsigned int defaultbg = 258;
static unsigned int defaultcs = 256;
static unsigned int defaultrcs = 257;
diff --git a/config.mk b/config.mk
index 0cbb002..1d2f0e2 100644
--- a/config.mk
+++ b/config.mk
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ PKG_CONFIG = pkg-config
INCS = -I$(X11INC) \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --cflags fontconfig` \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --cflags freetype2`
-LIBS = -L$(X11LIB) -lm -lrt -lX11 -lutil -lXft \
+LIBS = -L$(X11LIB) -lm -lrt -lX11 -lutil -lXft -lXrender\
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --libs fontconfig` \
`$(PKG_CONFIG) --libs freetype2`
diff --git a/st.h b/st.h
index 38c61c4..b7634ab 100644
--- a/st.h
+++ b/st.h
@@ -120,3 +120,4 @@ extern char *termname;
extern unsigned int tabspaces;
extern unsigned int defaultfg;
extern unsigned int defaultbg;
+extern float alpha;
diff --git a/x.c b/x.c
index 0422421..588dec3 100644
--- a/x.c
+++ b/x.c
@@ -98,6 +98,7 @@ typedef struct {
XSetWindowAttributes attrs;
int scr;
int isfixed; /* is fixed geometry? */
+ int depth; /* bit depth */
int l, t; /* left and top offset */
int gm; /* geometry mask */
} XWindow;
@@ -229,6 +230,7 @@ static char *usedfont = NULL;
static double usedfontsize = 0;
static double defaultfontsize = 0;
+static char *opt_alpha = NULL;
static char *opt_class = NULL;
static char **opt_cmd = NULL;
static char *opt_embed = NULL;
@@ -688,7 +690,7 @@ xresize(int col, int row)
XFreePixmap(xw.dpy, xw.buf);
xw.buf = XCreatePixmap(xw.dpy, xw.win, win.w, win.h,
- DefaultDepth(xw.dpy, xw.scr));
+ xw.depth);
XftDrawChange(xw.draw, xw.buf);
xclear(0, 0, win.w, win.h);
@@ -748,6 +750,13 @@ xloadcols(void)
else
die("could not allocate color %d\n", i);
}
+
+ /* set alpha value of bg color */
+ if (opt_alpha)
+ alpha = strtof(opt_alpha, NULL);
+ dc.col[defaultbg].color.alpha = (unsigned short)(0xffff * alpha);
+ dc.col[defaultbg].pixel &= 0x00FFFFFF;
+ dc.col[defaultbg].pixel |= (unsigned char)(0xff * alpha) << 24;
loaded = 1;
}
@@ -1004,11 +1013,23 @@ xinit(int cols, int rows)
Window parent;
pid_t thispid = getpid();
XColor xmousefg, xmousebg;
+ XWindowAttributes attr;
+ XVisualInfo vis;
if (!(xw.dpy = XOpenDisplay(NULL)))
die("can't open display\n");
xw.scr = XDefaultScreen(xw.dpy);
- xw.vis = XDefaultVisual(xw.dpy, xw.scr);
+
+ if (!(opt_embed && (parent = strtol(opt_embed, NULL, 0)))) {
+ parent = XRootWindow(xw.dpy, xw.scr);
+ xw.depth = 32;
+ } else {
+ XGetWindowAttributes(xw.dpy, parent, &attr);
+ xw.depth = attr.depth;
+ }
+
+ XMatchVisualInfo(xw.dpy, xw.scr, xw.depth, TrueColor, &vis);
+ xw.vis = vis.visual;
/* font */
if (!FcInit())
@@ -1018,7 +1039,7 @@ xinit(int cols, int rows)
xloadfonts(usedfont, 0);
/* colors */
- xw.cmap = XDefaultColormap(xw.dpy, xw.scr);
+ xw.cmap = XCreateColormap(xw.dpy, parent, xw.vis, None);
xloadcols();
/* adjust fixed window geometry */
@@ -1038,19 +1059,15 @@ xinit(int cols, int rows)
| ButtonMotionMask | ButtonPressMask | ButtonReleaseMask;
xw.attrs.colormap = xw.cmap;
- if (!(opt_embed && (parent = strtol(opt_embed, NULL, 0))))
- parent = XRootWindow(xw.dpy, xw.scr);
xw.win = XCreateWindow(xw.dpy, parent, xw.l, xw.t,
- win.w, win.h, 0, XDefaultDepth(xw.dpy, xw.scr), InputOutput,
+ win.w, win.h, 0, xw.depth, InputOutput,
xw.vis, CWBackPixel | CWBorderPixel | CWBitGravity
| CWEventMask | CWColormap, &xw.attrs);
memset(&gcvalues, 0, sizeof(gcvalues));
gcvalues.graphics_exposures = False;
- dc.gc = XCreateGC(xw.dpy, parent, GCGraphicsExposures,
- &gcvalues);
- xw.buf = XCreatePixmap(xw.dpy, xw.win, win.w, win.h,
- DefaultDepth(xw.dpy, xw.scr));
+ xw.buf = XCreatePixmap(xw.dpy, xw.win, win.w, win.h, xw.depth);
+ dc.gc = XCreateGC(xw.dpy, xw.buf, GCGraphicsExposures, &gcvalues);
XSetForeground(xw.dpy, dc.gc, dc.col[defaultbg].pixel);
XFillRectangle(xw.dpy, xw.buf, dc.gc, 0, 0, win.w, win.h);
@@ -1894,6 +1911,9 @@ main(int argc, char *argv[])
case 'a':
allowaltscreen = 0;
break;
+ case 'A':
+ opt_alpha = EARGF(usage());
+ break;
case 'c':
opt_class = EARGF(usage());
break;

335
patches/st-scrollback-20190122-3be4cf1.diff

@ -0,0 +1,335 @@
diff --git a/config.def.h b/config.def.h
index 823e79f..f6278a3 100644
--- a/config.def.h
+++ b/config.def.h
@@ -178,6 +178,8 @@ static Shortcut shortcuts[] = {
{ TERMMOD, XK_Y, selpaste, {.i = 0} },
{ ShiftMask, XK_Insert, selpaste, {.i = 0} },
{ TERMMOD, XK_Num_Lock, numlock, {.i = 0} },
+ { ShiftMask, XK_Page_Up, kscrollup, {.i = -1} },
+ { ShiftMask, XK_Page_Down, kscrolldown, {.i = -1} },
};
/*
diff --git a/st.c b/st.c
index b8e6077..218ae73 100644
--- a/st.c
+++ b/st.c
@@ -35,6 +35,7 @@
#define ESC_ARG_SIZ 16
#define STR_BUF_SIZ ESC_BUF_SIZ
#define STR_ARG_SIZ ESC_ARG_SIZ
+#define HISTSIZE 2000
/* macros */
#define IS_SET(flag) ((term.mode & (flag)) != 0)
@@ -42,6 +43,9 @@
#define ISCONTROLC1(c) (BETWEEN(c, 0x80, 0x9f))
#define ISCONTROL(c) (ISCONTROLC0(c) || ISCONTROLC1(c))
#define ISDELIM(u) (utf8strchr(worddelimiters, u) != NULL)
+#define TLINE(y) ((y) < term.scr ? term.hist[((y) + term.histi - \
+ term.scr + HISTSIZE + 1) % HISTSIZE] : \
+ term.line[(y) - term.scr])
enum term_mode {
MODE_WRAP = 1 << 0,
@@ -117,6 +121,9 @@ typedef struct {
int col; /* nb col */
Line *line; /* screen */
Line *alt; /* alternate screen */
+ Line hist[HISTSIZE]; /* history buffer */
+ int histi; /* history index */
+ int scr; /* scroll back */
int *dirty; /* dirtyness of lines */
TCursor c; /* cursor */
int ocx; /* old cursor col */
@@ -184,8 +191,8 @@ static void tnewline(int);
static void tputtab(int);
static void tputc(Rune);
static void treset(void);
-static void tscrollup(int, int);
-static void tscrolldown(int, int);
+static void tscrollup(int, int, int);
+static void tscrolldown(int, int, int);
static void tsetattr(int *, int);
static void tsetchar(Rune, Glyph *, int, int);
static void tsetdirt(int, int);
@@ -427,10 +434,10 @@ tlinelen(int y)
{
int i = term.col;
- if (term.line[y][i - 1].mode & ATTR_WRAP)
+ if (TLINE(y)[i - 1].mode & ATTR_WRAP)
return i;
- while (i > 0 && term.line[y][i - 1].u == ' ')
+ while (i > 0 && TLINE(y)[i - 1].u == ' ')
--i;
return i;
@@ -539,7 +546,7 @@ selsnap(int *x, int *y, int direction)
* Snap around if the word wraps around at the end or
* beginning of a line.
*/
- prevgp = &term.line[*y][*x];
+ prevgp = &TLINE(*y)[*x];
prevdelim = ISDELIM(prevgp->u);
for (;;) {
newx = *x + direction;
@@ -554,14 +561,14 @@ selsnap(int *x, int *y, int direction)
yt = *y, xt = *x;
else
yt = newy, xt = newx;
- if (!(term.line[yt][xt].mode & ATTR_WRAP))
+ if (!(TLINE(yt)[xt].mode & ATTR_WRAP))
break;
}
if (newx >= tlinelen(newy))
break;
- gp = &term.line[newy][newx];
+ gp = &TLINE(newy)[newx];
delim = ISDELIM(gp->u);
if (!(gp->mode & ATTR_WDUMMY) && (delim != prevdelim
|| (delim && gp->u != prevgp->u)))
@@ -582,14 +589,14 @@ selsnap(int *x, int *y, int direction)
*x = (direction < 0) ? 0 : term.col - 1;
if (direction < 0) {
for (; *y > 0; *y += direction) {
- if (!(term.line[*y-1][term.col-1].mode
+ if (!(TLINE(*y-1)[term.col-1].mode
& ATTR_WRAP)) {
break;
}
}
} else if (direction > 0) {
for (; *y < term.row-1; *y += direction) {
- if (!(term.line[*y][term.col-1].mode
+ if (!(TLINE(*y)[term.col-1].mode
& ATTR_WRAP)) {
break;
}
@@ -620,13 +627,13 @@ getsel(void)
}
if (sel.type == SEL_RECTANGULAR) {
- gp = &term.line[y][sel.nb.x];
+ gp = &TLINE(y)[sel.nb.x];
lastx = sel.ne.x;
} else {
- gp = &term.line[y][sel.nb.y == y ? sel.nb.x : 0];
+ gp = &TLINE(y)[sel.nb.y == y ? sel.nb.x : 0];
lastx = (sel.ne.y == y) ? sel.ne.x : term.col-1;
}
- last = &term.line[y][MIN(lastx, linelen-1)];
+ last = &TLINE(y)[MIN(lastx, linelen-1)];
while (last >= gp && last->u == ' ')
--last;
@@ -849,6 +856,9 @@ void
ttywrite(const char *s, size_t n, int may_echo)
{
const char *next;
+ Arg arg = (Arg) { .i = term.scr };
+
+ kscrolldown(&arg);
if (may_echo && IS_SET(MODE_ECHO))
twrite(s, n, 1);
@@ -1060,13 +1070,53 @@ tswapscreen(void)
}
void
-tscrolldown(int orig, int n)
+kscrolldown(const Arg* a)
+{
+ int n = a->i;
+
+ if (n < 0)
+ n = term.row + n;
+
+ if (n > term.scr)
+ n = term.scr;
+
+ if (term.scr > 0) {
+ term.scr -= n;
+ selscroll(0, -n);
+ tfulldirt();
+ }
+}
+
+void
+kscrollup(const Arg* a)
+{
+ int n = a->i;
+
+ if (n < 0)
+ n = term.row + n;
+
+ if (term.scr <= HISTSIZE-n) {
+ term.scr += n;
+ selscroll(0, n);
+ tfulldirt();
+ }
+}
+
+void
+tscrolldown(int orig, int n, int copyhist)
{
int i;
Line temp;
LIMIT(n, 0, term.bot-orig+1);
+ if (copyhist) {
+ term.histi = (term.histi - 1 + HISTSIZE) % HISTSIZE;
+ temp = term.hist[term.histi];
+ term.hist[term.histi] = term.line[term.bot];
+ term.line[term.bot] = temp;
+ }
+
tsetdirt(orig, term.bot-n);
tclearregion(0, term.bot-n+1, term.col-1, term.bot);
@@ -1080,13 +1130,23 @@ tscrolldown(int orig, int n)
}
void
-tscrollup(int orig, int n)
+tscrollup(int orig, int n, int copyhist)
{
int i;
Line temp;
LIMIT(n, 0, term.bot-orig+1);
+ if (copyhist) {
+ term.histi = (term.histi + 1) % HISTSIZE;
+ temp = term.hist[term.histi];
+ term.hist[term.histi] = term.line[orig];
+ term.line[orig] = temp;
+ }
+
+ if (term.scr > 0 && term.scr < HISTSIZE)
+ term.scr = MIN(term.scr + n, HISTSIZE-1);
+
tclearregion(0, orig, term.col-1, orig+n-1);
tsetdirt(orig+n, term.bot);
@@ -1135,7 +1195,7 @@ tnewline(int first_col)
int y = term.c.y;
if (y == term.bot) {
- tscrollup(term.top, 1);
+ tscrollup(term.top, 1, 1);
} else {
y++;
}
@@ -1300,14 +1360,14 @@ void
tinsertblankline(int n)
{
if (BETWEEN(term.c.y, term.top, term.bot))
- tscrolldown(term.c.y, n);
+ tscrolldown(term.c.y, n, 0);
}
void
tdeleteline(int n)
{
if (BETWEEN(term.c.y, term.top, term.bot))
- tscrollup(term.c.y, n);
+ tscrollup(term.c.y, n, 0);
}
int32_t
@@ -1737,11 +1797,11 @@ csihandle(void)
break;
case 'S': /* SU -- Scroll <n> line up */
DEFAULT(csiescseq.arg[0], 1);
- tscrollup(term.top, csiescseq.arg[0]);
+ tscrollup(term.top, csiescseq.arg[0], 0);
break;
case 'T': /* SD -- Scroll <n> line down */
DEFAULT(csiescseq.arg[0], 1);
- tscrolldown(term.top, csiescseq.arg[0]);
+ tscrolldown(term.top, csiescseq.arg[0], 0);
break;
case 'L': /* IL -- Insert <n> blank lines */
DEFAULT(csiescseq.arg[0], 1);
@@ -2243,7 +2303,7 @@ eschandle(uchar ascii)
return 0;
case 'D': /* IND -- Linefeed */
if (term.c.y == term.bot) {
- tscrollup(term.top, 1);
+ tscrollup(term.top, 1, 1);
} else {
tmoveto(term.c.x, term.c.y+1);
}
@@ -2256,7 +2316,7 @@ eschandle(uchar ascii)
break;
case 'M': /* RI -- Reverse index */
if (term.c.y == term.top) {
- tscrolldown(term.top, 1);
+ tscrolldown(term.top, 1, 1);
} else {
tmoveto(term.c.x, term.c.y-1);
}
@@ -2475,7 +2535,7 @@ twrite(const char *buf, int buflen, int show_ctrl)
void
tresize(int col, int row)
{
- int i;
+ int i, j;
int minrow = MIN(row, term.row);
int mincol = MIN(col, term.col);
int *bp;
@@ -2512,6 +2572,14 @@ tresize(int col, int row)
term.dirty = xrealloc(term.dirty, row * sizeof(*term.dirty));
term.tabs = xrealloc(term.tabs, col * sizeof(*term.tabs));
+ for (i = 0; i < HISTSIZE; i++) {
+ term.hist[i] = xrealloc(term.hist[i], col * sizeof(Glyph));
+ for (j = mincol; j < col; j++) {
+ term.hist[i][j] = term.c.attr;
+ term.hist[i][j].u = ' ';
+ }
+ }
+
/* resize each row to new width, zero-pad if needed */
for (i = 0; i < minrow; i++) {
term.line[i] = xrealloc(term.line[i], col * sizeof(Glyph));
@@ -2569,7 +2637,7 @@ drawregion(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2)
continue;
term.dirty[y] = 0;
- xdrawline(term.line[y], x1, y, x2);
+ xdrawline(TLINE(y), x1, y, x2);
}
}
@@ -2590,8 +2658,9 @@ draw(void)
cx--;
drawregion(0, 0, term.col, term.row);
- xdrawcursor(cx, term.c.y, term.line[term.c.y][cx],
- term.ocx, term.ocy, term.line[term.ocy][term.ocx]);
+ if (term.scr == 0)
+ xdrawcursor(cx, term.c.y, term.line[term.c.y][cx],
+ term.ocx, term.ocy, term.line[term.ocy][term.ocx]);
term.ocx = cx, term.ocy = term.c.y;
xfinishdraw();
}
diff --git a/st.h b/st.h
index 38c61c4..17a79e0 100644
--- a/st.h
+++ b/st.h
@@ -80,6 +80,8 @@ void die(const char *, ...);
void redraw(void);
void draw(void);
+void kscrolldown(const Arg *);
+void kscrollup(const Arg *);
void printscreen(const Arg *);
void printsel(const Arg *);
void sendbreak(const Arg *);

71
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@ -0,0 +1,71 @@
diff --git a/config.def.h b/config.def.h
index 27d42ca..feec7e2 100644
--- a/config.def.h
+++ b/config.def.h
@@ -156,8 +156,14 @@ static unsigned int defaultattr = 11;
*/
static MouseShortcut mshortcuts[] = {
/* button mask string */
- { Button4, XK_ANY_MOD, "\031" },
- { Button5, XK_ANY_MOD, "\005" },
+ { Button4, XK_NO_MOD, "\031" },
+ { Button5, XK_NO_MOD, "\005" },
+};
+
+MouseKey mkeys[] = {
+ /* button mask function argument */
+ { Button4, ShiftMask, kscrollup, {.i = 1} },
+ { Button5, ShiftMask, kscrolldown, {.i = 1} },
};
/* Internal keyboard shortcuts. */
diff --git a/st.h b/st.h
index 628e876..cdd25ae 100644
--- a/st.h
+++ b/st.h
@@ -81,6 +81,13 @@ typedef union {
const void *v;
} Arg;
+typedef struct {
+ uint b;
+ uint mask;
+ void (*func)(const Arg *);
+ const Arg arg;
+} MouseKey;
+
void die(const char *, ...);
void redraw(void);
void draw(void);
@@ -129,3 +136,4 @@ extern char *termname;
extern unsigned int tabspaces;
extern unsigned int defaultfg;
extern unsigned int defaultbg;
+extern MouseKey mkeys[];
diff --git a/x.c b/x.c
index d43a529..754d859 100644
--- a/x.c
+++ b/x.c
@@ -409,6 +409,7 @@ bpress(XEvent *e)
{
struct timespec now;
MouseShortcut *ms;
+ MouseKey *mk;
int snap;
if (IS_SET(MODE_MOUSE) && !(e->xbutton.state & forceselmod)) {
@@ -424,6 +425,14 @@ bpress(XEvent *e)
}
}
+ for (mk = mkeys; mk < mkeys + LEN(mkeys); mk++) {
+ if (e->xbutton.button == mk->b
+ && match(mk->mask, e->xbutton.state)) {
+ mk->func(&mk->arg);
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+
if (e->xbutton.button == Button1) {
/*
* If the user clicks below predefined timeouts specific

BIN
st

176
st.1

@ -0,0 +1,176 @@
.TH ST 1 st\-VERSION
.SH NAME
st \- simple terminal
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B st
.RB [ \-aiv ]
.RB [ \-c
.IR class ]
.RB [ \-f
.IR font ]
.RB [ \-g
.IR geometry ]
.RB [ \-n
.IR name ]
.RB [ \-o
.IR iofile ]
.RB [ \-T
.IR title ]
.RB [ \-t
.IR title ]
.RB [ \-l
.IR line ]
.RB [ \-w
.IR windowid ]
.RB [[ \-e ]
.IR command
.RI [ arguments ...]]
.PP
.B st
.RB [ \-aiv ]
.RB [ \-c
.IR class ]
.RB [ \-f
.IR font ]
.RB [ \-g
.IR geometry ]
.RB [ \-n
.IR name ]
.RB [ \-o
.IR iofile ]
.RB [ \-T
.IR title ]
.RB [ \-t
.IR title ]
.RB [ \-w
.IR windowid ]
.RB \-l
.IR line
.RI [ stty_args ...]
.SH DESCRIPTION
.B st
is a simple terminal emulator.
.SH OPTIONS
.TP
.B \-a
disable alternate screens in terminal
.TP
.BI \-c " class"
defines the window class (default $TERM).
.TP
.BI \-f " font"
defines the
.I font
to use when st is run.
.TP
.BI \-g " geometry"
defines the X11 geometry string.
The form is [=][<cols>{xX}<rows>][{+-}<xoffset>{+-}<yoffset>]. See
.BR XParseGeometry (3)
for further details.
.TP
.B \-i
will fixate the position given with the -g option.
.TP
.BI \-n " name"
defines the window instance name (default $TERM).
.TP
.BI \-o " iofile"
writes all the I/O to
.I iofile.
This feature is useful when recording st sessions. A value of "-" means
standard output.
.TP
.BI \-T " title"
defines the window title (default 'st').
.TP
.BI \-t " title"
defines the window title (default 'st').
.TP
.BI \-w " windowid"
embeds st within the window identified by
.I windowid
.TP
.BI \-l " line"
use a tty
.I line
instead of a pseudo terminal.
.I line
should be a (pseudo-)serial device (e.g. /dev/ttyS0 on Linux for serial port
0).
When this flag is given
remaining arguments are used as flags for
.BR stty(1).
By default st initializes the serial line to 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
and a 38400 baud rate. The speed is set by appending it as last argument
(e.g. 'st -l /dev/ttyS0 115200'). Arguments before the last one are
.BR stty(1)
flags. If you want to set odd parity on 115200 baud use for example 'st -l
/dev/ttyS0 parenb parodd 115200'. Set the number of bits by using for
example 'st -l /dev/ttyS0 cs7 115200'. See
.BR stty(1)
for more arguments and cases.
.TP
.B \-v
prints version information to stderr, then exits.
.TP
.BI \-e " command " [ " arguments " "... ]"
st executes
.I command
instead of the shell. If this is used it
.B must be the last option
on the command line, as in xterm / rxvt.
This option is only intended for compatibility,
and all the remaining arguments are used as a command
even without it.
.SH SHORTCUTS
.TP
.B Break
Send a break in the serial line.
Break key is obtained in PC keyboards
pressing at the same time control and pause.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Print Screen
Toggle if st should print to the
.I iofile.
.TP
.B Shift-Print Screen
Print the full screen to the
.I iofile.
.TP
.B Print Screen
Print the selection to the
.I iofile.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-Page Up
Increase font size.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-Page Down
Decrease font size.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-Home
Reset to default font size.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-y
Paste from primary selection (middle mouse button).
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-c
Copy the selected text to the clipboard selection.
.TP
.B Ctrl-Shift-v
Paste from the clipboard selection.
.SH CUSTOMIZATION
.B st
can be customized by creating a custom config.h and (re)compiling the source
code. This keeps it fast, secure and simple.
.SH AUTHORS
See the LICENSE file for the authors.
.SH LICENSE
See the LICENSE file for the terms of redistribution.
.SH SEE ALSO
.BR tabbed (1),
.BR utmp (1),
.BR stty (1)
.SH BUGS
See the TODO file in the distribution.

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/* See LICENSE for license details. */
#include <stdint.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
/* macros */
#define MIN(a, b) ((a) < (b) ? (a) : (b))
#define MAX(a, b) ((a) < (b) ? (b) : (a))
#define LEN(a) (sizeof(a) / sizeof(a)[0])
#define BETWEEN(x, a, b) ((a) <= (x) && (x) <= (b))
#define DIVCEIL(n, d) (((n) + ((d) - 1)) / (d))
#define DEFAULT(a, b) (a) = (a) ? (a) : (b)
#define LIMIT(x, a, b) (x) = (x) < (a) ? (a) : (x) > (b) ? (b) : (x)
#define ATTRCMP(a, b) ((a).mode != (b).mode || (a).fg != (b).fg || \
(a).bg != (b).bg)
#define TIMEDIFF(t1, t2) ((t1.tv_sec-t2.tv_sec)*1000 + \
(t1.tv_nsec-t2.tv_nsec)/1E6)
#define MODBIT(x, set, bit) ((set) ? ((x) |= (bit)) : ((x) &= ~(bit)))
#define TRUECOLOR(r,g,b) (1 << 24 | (r) << 16 | (g) << 8 | (b))
#define IS_TRUECOL(x) (1 << 24 & (x))
enum glyph_attribute {
ATTR_NULL = 0,
ATTR_BOLD = 1 << 0,
ATTR_FAINT = 1 << 1,
ATTR_ITALIC = 1 << 2,
ATTR_UNDERLINE = 1 << 3,
ATTR_BLINK = 1 << 4,
ATTR_REVERSE = 1 << 5,
ATTR_INVISIBLE = 1 << 6,
ATTR_STRUCK = 1 << 7,
ATTR_WRAP = 1 << 8,
ATTR_WIDE = 1 << 9,
ATTR_WDUMMY = 1 << 10,
ATTR_BOLD_FAINT = ATTR_BOLD | ATTR_FAINT,
};
enum selection_mode