Unix V6 /usr/sys/dmr/tty.c

/*
 * general TTY subroutines
 */
#include "../param.h"
#include "../systm.h"
#include "../user.h"
#include "../tty.h"
#include "../proc.h"
#include "../inode.h"
#include "../file.h"
#include "../reg.h"
#include "../conf.h"
 
/*
 * Input mapping table-- if an entry is non-zero, when the
 * corresponding character is typed preceded by "\" the escape
 * sequence is replaced by the table value.  Mostly used for
 * upper-case only terminals.
 */
char	maptab[]
{
	000,000,000,000,004,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,'|',000,'#',000,000,000,'`',
	'{','}',000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	'@',000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
	000,000,000,000,000,000,'~',000,
	000,'A','B','C','D','E','F','G',
	'H','I','J','K','L','M','N','O',
	'P','Q','R','S','T','U','V','W',
	'X','Y','Z',000,000,000,000,000,
};
 
/*
 * The actual structure of a clist block manipulated by
 * getc and putc (mch.s)
 */
struct cblock {
	struct cblock *c_next;
	char info[6];
};
 
/* The character lists-- space for 6*NCLIST characters */
struct cblock cfree[NCLIST];
/* List head for unused character blocks. */
struct cblock *cfreelist;
 
/*
 * structure of device registers for KL, DL, and DC
 * interfaces-- more particularly, those for which the
 * SSTART bit is off and can be treated by general routines
 * (that is, not DH).
 */
struct {
	int ttrcsr;
	int ttrbuf;
	int tttcsr;
	int tttbuf;
};
 
/*
 * The routine implementing the gtty system call.
 * Just call lower level routine and pass back values.
 */
gtty()
{
	int v[3];
	register *up, *vp;
 
	vp = v;
	sgtty(vp);
	if (u.u_error)
		return;
	up = u.u_arg[0];
	suword(up, *vp++);
	suword(++up, *vp++);
	suword(++up, *vp++);
}
 
/*
 * The routine implementing the stty system call.
 * Read in values and call lower level.
 */
stty()
{
	register int *up;
 
	up = u.u_arg[0];
	u.u_arg[0] = fuword(up);
	u.u_arg[1] = fuword(++up);
	u.u_arg[2] = fuword(++up);
	sgtty(0);
}
 
/*
 * Stuff common to stty and gtty.
 * Check legality and switch out to individual
 * device routine.
 * v  is 0 for stty; the parameters are taken from u.u_arg[].
 * c  is non-zero for gtty and is the place in which the device
 * routines place their information.
 */
sgtty(v)
int *v;
{
	register struct file *fp;
	register struct inode *ip;
 
	if ((fp = getf(u.u_ar0[R0])) == NULL)
		return;
	ip = fp->f_inode;
	if ((ip->i_mode&IFMT) != IFCHR) {
		u.u_error = ENOTTY;
		return;
	}
	(*cdevsw[ip->i_addr[0].d_major].d_sgtty)(ip->i_addr[0], v);
}
 
/*
 * Wait for output to drain, then flush input waiting.
 */
wflushtty(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register struct tty *tp;
 
	tp = atp;
	spl5();
	while (tp->t_outq.c_cc) {
		tp->t_state =| ASLEEP;
		sleep(&tp->t_outq, TTOPRI);
	}
	flushtty(tp);
	spl0();
}
 
/*
 * Initialize clist by freeing all character blocks, then count
 * number of character devices. (Once-only routine)
 */
cinit()
{
	register int ccp;
	register struct cblock *cp;
	register struct cdevsw *cdp;
 
	ccp = cfree;
	for (cp=(ccp+07)&~07; cp <= &cfree[NCLIST-1]; cp++) {
		cp->c_next = cfreelist;
		cfreelist = cp;
	}
	ccp = 0;
	for(cdp = cdevsw; cdp->d_open; cdp++)
		ccp++;
	nchrdev = ccp;
}
 
/*
 * flush all TTY queues
 */
flushtty(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register struct tty *tp;
	register int sps;
 
	tp = atp;
	while (getc(&tp->t_canq) >= 0);
	while (getc(&tp->t_outq) >= 0);
	wakeup(&tp->t_rawq);
	wakeup(&tp->t_outq);
	sps = PS->integ;
	spl5();
	while (getc(&tp->t_rawq) >= 0);
	tp->t_delct = 0;
	PS->integ = sps;
}
 
/*
 * transfer raw input list to canonical list,
 * doing erase-kill processing and handling escapes.
 * It waits until a full line has been typed in cooked mode,
 * or until any character has been typed in raw mode.
 */
canon(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register char *bp;
	char *bp1;
	register struct tty *tp;
	register int c;
 
	tp = atp;
	spl5();
	while (tp->t_delct==0) {
		if ((tp->t_state&CARR_ON)==0)
			return(0);
		sleep(&tp->t_rawq, TTIPRI);
	}
	spl0();
loop:
	bp = &canonb[2];
	while ((c=getc(&tp->t_rawq)) >= 0) {
		if (c==0377) {
			tp->t_delct--;
			break;
		}
		if ((tp->t_flags&RAW)==0) {
			if (bp[-1]!='\\') {
				if (c==tp->t_erase) {
					if (bp > &canonb[2])
						bp--;
					continue;
				}
				if (c==tp->t_kill)
					goto loop;
				if (c==CEOT)
					continue;
			} else
			if (maptab[c] && (maptab[c]==c || (tp->t_flags&LCASE))) {
				if (bp[-2] != '\\')
					c = maptab[c];
				bp--;
			}
		}
		*bp++ = c;
		if (bp>=canonb+CANBSIZ)
			break;
	}
	bp1 = bp;
	bp = &canonb[2];
	c = &tp->t_canq;
	while (bp<bp1)
		putc(*bp++, c);
	return(1);
}
 
/*
 * Place a character on raw TTY input queue, putting in delimiters
 * and waking up top half as needed.
 * Also echo if required.
 * The arguments are the character and the appropriate
 * tty structure.
 */
ttyinput(ac, atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register int t_flags, c;
	register struct tty *tp;
 
	tp = atp;
	c = ac;
	t_flags = tp->t_flags;
	if ((c =& 0177) == '\r' && t_flags&CRMOD)
		c = '\n';
	if ((t_flags&RAW)==0 && (c==CQUIT || c==CINTR)) {
		signal(tp, c==CINTR? SIGINT:SIGQIT);
		flushtty(tp);
		return;
	}
	if (tp->t_rawq.c_cc>=TTYHOG) {
		flushtty(tp);
		return;
	}
	if (t_flags&LCASE && c>='A' && c<='Z')
		c =+ 'a'-'A';
	putc(c, &tp->t_rawq);
	if (t_flags&RAW || c=='\n' || c==004) {
		wakeup(&tp->t_rawq);
		if (putc(0377, &tp->t_rawq)==0)
			tp->t_delct++;
	}
	if (t_flags&ECHO) {
		ttyoutput(c, tp);
		ttstart(tp);
	}
}
 
/*
 * put character on TTY output queue, adding delays,
 * expanding tabs, and handling the CR/NL bit.
 * It is called both from the top half for output, and from
 * interrupt level for echoing.
 * The arguments are the character and the tty structure.
 */
ttyoutput(ac, tp)
struct tty *tp;
{
	register int c;
	register struct tty *rtp;
	register char *colp;
	int ctype;
 
	rtp = tp;
	c = ac&0177;
	/*
	 * Ignore EOT in normal mode to avoid hanging up
	 * certain terminals.
	 */
	if (c==004 && (rtp->t_flags&RAW)==0)
		return;
	/*
	 * Turn tabs to spaces as required
	 */
	if (c=='\t' && rtp->t_flags&XTABS) {
		do
			ttyoutput(' ', rtp);
		while (rtp->t_col&07);
		return;
	}
	/*
	 * for upper-case-only terminals,
	 * generate escapes.
	 */
	if (rtp->t_flags&LCASE) {
		colp = "({)}!|^~'`";
		while(*colp++)
			if(c == *colp++) {
				ttyoutput('\\', rtp);
				c = colp[-2];
				break;
			}
		if ('a'<=c && c<='z')
			c =+ 'A' - 'a';
	}
	/*
	 * turn <nl> to <cr><lf> if desired.
	 */
	if (c=='\n' && rtp->t_flags&CRMOD)
		ttyoutput('\r', rtp);
	if (putc(c, &rtp->t_outq))
		return;
	/*
	 * Calculate delays.
	 * The numbers here represent clock ticks
	 * and are not necessarily optimal for all terminals.
	 * The delays are indicated by characters above 0200,
	 * thus (unfortunately) restricting the transmission
	 * path to 7 bits.
	 */
	colp = &rtp->t_col;
	ctype = partab[c];
	c = 0;
	switch (ctype&077) {
 
	/* ordinary */
	case 0:
		(*colp)++;
 
	/* non-printing */
	case 1:
		break;
 
	/* backspace */
	case 2:
		if (*colp)
			(*colp)--;
		break;
 
	/* newline */
	case 3:
		ctype = (rtp->t_flags >> 8) & 03;
		if(ctype == 1) { /* tty 37 */
			if (*colp)
				c = max((*colp>>4) + 3, 6);
		} else
		if(ctype == 2) { /* vt05 */
			c = 6;
		}
		*colp = 0;
		break;
 
	/* tab */
	case 4:
		ctype = (rtp->t_flags >> 10) & 03;
		if(ctype == 1) { /* tty 37 */
			c = 1 - (*colp | ~07);
			if(c < 5)
				c = 0;
		}
		*colp =| 07;
		(*colp)++;
		break;
 
	/* vertical motion */
	case 5:
		if(rtp->t_flags & VTDELAY) /* tty 37 */
			c = 0177;
		break;
 
	/* carriage return */
	case 6:
		ctype = (rtp->t_flags >> 12) & 03;
		if(ctype == 1) { /* tn 300 */
			c = 5;
		} else
		if(ctype == 2) { /* ti 700 */
			c = 10;
		}
		*colp = 0;
	}
	if(c)
		putc(c|0200, &rtp->t_outq);
}
 
/*
 * Restart typewriter output following a delay
 * timeout.
 * The name of the routine is passed to the timeout
 * subroutine and it is called during a clock interrupt.
 */
ttrstrt(atp)
{
	register struct tty *tp;
 
	tp = atp;
	tp->t_state =& ~TIMEOUT;
	ttstart(tp);
}
 
/*
 * Start output on the typewriter. It is used from the top half
 * after some characters have been put on the output queue,
 * from the interrupt routine to transmit the next
 * character, and after a timeout has finished.
 * If the SSTART bit is off for the tty the work is done here,
 * using the protocol of the single-line interfaces (KL, DL, DC);
 * otherwise the address word of the tty structure is
 * taken to be the name of the device-dependent startup routine.
 */
ttstart(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register int *addr, c;
	register struct tty *tp;
	struct { int (*func)(); };
 
	tp = atp;
	addr = tp->t_addr;
	if (tp->t_state&SSTART) {
		(*addr.func)(tp);
		return;
	}
	if ((addr->tttcsr&DONE)==0 || tp->t_state&TIMEOUT)
		return;
	if ((c=getc(&tp->t_outq)) >= 0) {
		if (c<=0177)
			addr->tttbuf = c | (partab[c]&0200);
		else {
			timeout(ttrstrt, tp, c&0177);
			tp->t_state =| TIMEOUT;
		}
	}
}
 
/*
 * Called from device's read routine after it has
 * calculated the tty-structure given as argument.
 * The pc is backed up for the duration of this call.
 * In case of a caught interrupt, an RTI will re-execute.
 */
ttread(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register struct tty *tp;
 
	tp = atp;
	if ((tp->t_state&CARR_ON)==0)
		return;
	if (tp->t_canq.c_cc || canon(tp))
		while (tp->t_canq.c_cc && passc(getc(&tp->t_canq))>=0);
}
 
/*
 * Called from the device's write routine after it has
 * calculated the tty-structure given as argument.
 */
ttwrite(atp)
struct tty *atp;
{
	register struct tty *tp;
	register int c;
 
	tp = atp;
	if ((tp->t_state&CARR_ON)==0)
		return;
	while ((c=cpass())>=0) {
		spl5();
		while (tp->t_outq.c_cc > TTHIWAT) {
			ttstart(tp);
			tp->t_state =| ASLEEP;
			sleep(&tp->t_outq, TTOPRI);
		}
		spl0();
		ttyoutput(c, tp);
	}
	ttstart(tp);
}
 
/*
 * Common code for gtty and stty functions on typewriters.
 * If v is non-zero then gtty is being done and information is
 * passed back therein;
 * if it is zero stty is being done and the input information is in the
 * u_arg array.
 */
ttystty(atp, av)
int *atp, *av;
{
	register  *tp, *v;
 
	tp = atp;
	if(v = av) {
		*v++ = tp->t_speeds;
		v->lobyte = tp->t_erase;
		v->hibyte = tp->t_kill;
		v[1] = tp->t_flags;
		return(1);
	}
	wflushtty(tp);
	v = u.u_arg;
	tp->t_speeds = *v++;
	tp->t_erase = v->lobyte;
	tp->t_kill = v->hibyte;
	tp->t_flags = v[1];
	return(0);
}
 
unix-history/unix-v6/usr/sys/dmr/tty.c.txt · Последние изменения: 2006/07/26 07:34
 
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