Re: xterm's Tek mode question
- From: dickey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Thomas E. Dickey)
- Date: 09 Oct 2008 11:40:25 GMT
Eli the Bearded <*@eli.users.panix.com> wrote:
In comp.os.linux.x, Chris Jones <cjns1989@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm wondering if there are any programs that might help demo xterm's
Tektronix emulation - found examples that used such things as "graph"
and "plot" but I haven't been able to locate these programs in the
stable debian repository.
I did find a tektests directory in the xterm source tree but I'm not
sure what these .tek files contain and how they can be used.
Those are terminal sequences to test the tek graphic facilities. Start
up an xterm in tek mode ("xterm -t"), then e.g., "cat usmap.tek".
Other than those test files, I've never used tek mode and can't answer
anything else about it.
google says that plot is part of Gnu's 'plotutils'
vttest also has some test-screens for the tek4014 emulation (including the
mouse). The control sequences are documented in xterm's control sequences
Thomas E. Dickey
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