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Outliner Lighto, a small user friendly outliner for the console
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Outliner Lighto =============== Outliner Lighto is a small user friendly outliner for the console and written using FreePascal. For further details see the default outline when running the program for the first time. To compile Outliner Lighto you need the FreePascal compiler. You can use the FreePascal IDE or the Makefile (the IDE files fp.ini and fp.cfg can be used to build a development version of the program - see the fp.cfg file for the NORMAL flags if you want to build the development version from the console without the IDE -- if you want the "release" version, use the Makefile). When executed for the first time it will create a .ol.olol file in the home directory. This file contains the default outline that will be opened. To open another file, call ./ol <filename.olol>. Note that under xterm you'll need to press R or F5 each time you resize the window. This is a limitation until i figure out how to make the Video unit report such things (it should be possible since the IDE does it but the public API doesn't seem to report this functionality). There is experimental support for the PTCPas and PTCKVM units which provide an alternative graphical output for the Keyboard, Video and Mouse (KVM) units. You can use these two libraries to create a version of Outline Lighto which runs inside a graphical window (under X11, Windows, WinCE or DOS). This build runs in a fixed 100x40 characters window using a modified TPCKVM library. You can download the modified TPCKVM from my Github account and PTCPas from http://ptcpas.sourceforge.net/. To build the PTC version of Outliner Lighto use "make olptc". Note that the paths to the units are currently hardcoded so you will need to edit the Makefile before doing that. Kostas "Bad Sector" Michalopoulos