Command-line utilities (libedit and readline).
There are two subdirectories:
\libedit. All the files here are
"non-MySQL" files, in the sense that MySQL AB didn't produce
them, it just uses them. It should be unnecessary to study the
programs in these files unless you are writing or debugging a
tty-like client for MySQL, such as
\readline subdirectory contains the
files of the GNU Readline Library, "a library for reading lines
of text with interactive input and history editing". The
programs are copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation.
\libedit (library of edit functions)
subdirectory has files written by Christos Zoulas. They are
distributed and modifed under the BSD License. These files are
for editing the line contents.
These are the program files in the \libedit subdirectory:
chared.c --- character editor
common.c --- common editor functions
el.c --- editline interface functions
emacs.c --- emacs functions
fgetln.c --- get line
hist.c --- history access functions
history.c --- more history access functions
key.c --- procedures for maintaining the extended-key map
map.c --- editor function definitions
parse.c --- parse an editline extended command
prompt.c --- prompt printing functions
read.c --- terminal read functions
readline.c --- read line
refresh.c --- "lower level screen refreshing functions"
search.c --- "history and character search functions"
sig.c --- for signal handling
strlcpy.c --- string copy
term.c --- "editor/termcap-curses interface"
tokenizer.c --- Bourne shell line tokenizer
tty.c --- for a tty interface
unvis.c --- reverse effect of vis.c
vi.c --- commands used when in the vi (editor) mode
vis.c --- encode characters
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