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pdcurses: Update to 3.9

Module Name:	pkgsrc-wip
Committed By:	Michael Baeuerle <>
Pushed By:	micha
Date:		Wed Sep 1 18:14:59 2021 +0200
Changeset:	19a9b7028ad3251979e06de7f4a32eaf38240176

Modified Files:
Added Files:

Log Message:
pdcurses: Update to 3.9

PDCurses 3.9 - 2019-09-04

768 colors, single-process X11, copy-and-paste for all, and more.

New features

- Single-process, single-thread version of the X11 port. Much, much
  faster than the two-process version. Needs more testing. This version
  omits translations.

- A common copy-and-paste system for all platforms, based on the
  PDC_*clipboard() functions. (This is the first time copy-and-paste is
  available for the SDL ports, and it replaces the old X11-specific
  C&P.) Press and hold button 1 while selecting; paste with button 2.
  Add Shift if mouse events are activated in curses. You can also paste
  via Shift-Ctrl-V, and copy with Shift-Ctrl-C (although selecting
  already sets the buffer). Note that paste is implemented via
  ungetch(), and is currently limited to 256 characters at a time. (You
  can get more via PDC_getclipboard().) With some ports (e.g. Wincon),
  the existing terminal C&P mechanism may override PDCurses'. DOS and
  SDL1 can only C&P within the same app.

- A new maximum of 768 colors, for Wincon, SDL and X11. COLOR_PAIRS is
  still limited to 256. The idea is that each pair can have a unique
  foreground and background, without having to redefine any of the first
  256 (predefined) colors. Colors 256-767 have no initial definitions,
  and are intended to be set via init_color(). An example has been added
  to testcurs (loosely based on part of newtest, by Bill Gray).

- Wincon now allows redefinition of all 768 colors, and allows it even
  under ConEmu.

- True italics for ConEmu. (It seems it should also support true bold,
  but I couldn't make that work.)

- Added new functions from ncurses and/or NetBSD: has_mouse(),
  is_keypad(), is_leaveok(), is_pad(), set_tabsize(), touchoverlap(),
  underscore(), underend(), wunderscore(), and wunderend(). See the man
  pages for descriptions. Partly due to Karthik Kumar Viswanathan, and
  suggestions of Simon Sobisch.

Bug fixes and such

- Check for standard C++ (>= 98), where native bool should exist, and use
  that; otherwise (pre-/non-standard C++) fall back to the old behavior.
  Satisfies clang, hopefully doesn't mess anything else up.

- Recent versions of clang throw an error over "-install_name".

- Most curses functions assumed a valid SP (i.e. that initscr() had
  already been called). Now, instead, they return ERR or other
  appropriate values. Suggestion of S.S.

- Deprecated PDC_save_key_modifiers() -- there's no benefit to NOT
  saving them.

- Hold back screen updates due to palette changes until paused; always
  do this update now (previously only in X11 and SDL, seems necessary in
  Windows 10 1903).

- SDL2 windows were freezing on moving to another screen (reported by
  Mark Hessling). Still issues with moving between screens of different

- Find the X libraries in some additional locations. After M.H.

- Converted default X11 icons to XPM, fixing their non-display in Ubuntu.

- Made XIM standard, removed "classic" X11 compose system.

- Made wide-character build the default for X11 (--disable-widec for

- Smoother resizing in X11, when not in scrollbar mode.

- Dropped X11 options "borderWidth" (broken since at least 2.7) and
  "cursorColor" (now set automatically for contrast).

- Correctly restore Insert mode and QuickEdit mode in Wincon's
  PDC_reset_shell_mode(). Patch by "vyv03354".

- Add a WINDRES variable to wincon/Makefile for the sake of cross-
  compilers. Patch by Marc-Andre Lureau.

- Suppress cursor movement during color tests in testcurs.

- Added UTF-8-demo.txt for tuidemo to browse (by default, only in forced
  UTF-8 mode). File by Markus Kuhn.

- Moved the doc files from "man" to "docs" -- the docs/man thing was too
  confusing. Streamlined the web page into two files.

- Rewrote the "Portability" sections of the man pages to reflect current
  ncurses and NetBSD. The old charts weren't very accurate.

- Document resolution of timeout() and napms(). Suggested by S.S.

- Rewrote manext (again) in Awk.

- Changed most dates to ISO format.

See the git log for more details.


PDCurses 3.8 - 2019-02-02

It's that time again.

New features

- PDC_VERSION structure and PDC_get_version() function, to provide run-
  time information on version and compile options, in case they don't
  match the header; along with new compile-time defines PDC_VER_MAJOR,
  PDC_VER_MINOR and PDC_VERDOT. Suggested by Simon Sobisch, designed
  partly after Bill Gray and partly after SDL_VERSION.

- Extensive documentation revisions, now covering many previously
  undocumented functions.

- Allow building the DLL with MinGW for SDL. (This also changes the
  non-DLL library name from libpdcurses.a to pdcurses.a.)

- Consolidated Watcom makefiles for DOS, after Tee-Kiah Chia; added
  MODEL option to Makefile.bcc for consistency.

- Added another ncurses_test, "lrtest"; updated for ncurses 6.1.

Bug fixes and such

- T.H.'s update rect clipper (a resize fix for SDL2) broke sdltest,
  because it didn't take the offsets into account for a non-owned

- The version number is now hardwired only in curses.h and

- Revised pdcurses.rc to correctly show all fields when checking the
  properties on a DLL; use it with MinGW as well as MSVC.

- Allow building both 32- and 64-bit SDL2 versions in MinGW without
  editing the Makefile, by using the proper dev package.

- Build SDL2 demos in "Windows" mode (i.e. no controlling terminal) with
  MSVC, as with MinGW.

- Build sdltest.exe with MSVC.

- Changed sample pathname in tuidemo to always use slashes -- the
  backslashes failed in, e.g., SDL under Linux or macOS. Patch by B.G.

- Warning fix for Borland OS/2.

- Minor file reorganization / renaming.

- mmask_t is now used in both the classic and ncurses mouse interfaces,
  and is defined in such a way as to keep it at 32 bits.

- Dropped map_button() and getbmap().

- Dropped the ability to build BBS-ready archives from the Makefiles.

- Made compatible with Python 3.x.

See the git log for more details.


PDCurses 3.7 - 2018-12-31

New features

- Avoid conflict with ncurses by having apps define PDC_NCMOUSE before
  including curses.h to invoke the ncurses-style mouse interface,
  instead of NCURSES_MOUSE_VERSION. (The old way will also still work.)
  After Simon Sobisch (see PR #33).

- In SDL (TTF mode), the box-drawing and block ACS characters are now
  rendered in a font-independent way, to ensure their correct alignment
  across cells. Underlining is now handled in a similar way.

- TTF fonts in SDL are now rendered in Blended mode instead of Solid.
  Partly after Joachim de Groot.

- New default fonts and font sizes for SDL/TTF.

- SDL2 now builds under MSVC. Partly due to Alexandru Afrasinei.

- Documentation re-org -- more Markdown internal links; moved to man/
  dir (the doc/ dir name was too similar to docs/, which is needed for
  GitHub Pages hosting); concatenated man page document now made
  permanent, under the name; new man build utils; merged and into their respective READMEs; changed some
  redundant and unclear comments.

- Directory re-org -- in addition to the above, created common/, to
  unclutter the root, and eliminate a few more redundant files from
  platform directories. (We already had "pdcurses", but that's for the
  portable core; "common" is for files that are more platform-specific,
  though shared by more than one platform.)

- Broke out the redundant ACS tables and moved them to common/.

- PDcurses' "bool" type is now based on stdbool.h, when available. There
  should be no conflicts when including stdbool.h either before or after

- The demos are no longer built by default, since they add a lot of time
  to the build, and often aren't wanted. But you can still build them via
  "make demos" (tweak as needed).

- Makefile tweaks for cross-compiling by Simon Sobisch.

Bug fixes and such

- Improved Windows console resizing, when reducing the vertical size.
  After Ulf Magnusson. (See GitHub issue #26.)

- Bring back ifdef'd CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFOEX, for the benefit of
  older compile environments. (Not automatic -- must specify INFOEX=N on
  the command line.) After Simon Sobisch.

- Replaced COMMON_LVB_* with numbers to appease some old compilers.
  After Simon Sobisch.

- KEY_RESIZE should be key_code = TRUE. Reported by Ulf Magnusson.

- SDL2 resize fixes to prevent crashes, by Tim Hentenarr.

- SDL2 fixes for handling of SDL_TEXTINPUT, keys with modifiers, and
  modifier keystrokes, by Tim Hentenarr.

- Fixed cursor rendering in SDL/TTF.

- SDL1 support is now dropped for Windows and macOS, and deprecated for
  Linux. Use SDL2. The SDL1 port is likely to be dropped in the future.

- The setsyx() function is now void, after ncurses, and simplified.

- Warning fixes by Patrick Georgi and Stefan Reinauer.

- X11 used SP->resized in a non-boolean way, so it's now a short.

- Under some conditions (see issue #47), the X11 port could "free" colors
  that it hadn't allocated. Reported by rin-kinokocan.

- New scroller for ozdemo -- no memory allocation, less copying -- to
  resolve issue #46.

- Various minor Makefile tweaks.

- Eliminated term.h and terminfo.c, and moved mvcur() to move.c. These
  stub functions, done on request (with others then requesting that I
  take them away -- can't win), were a misguided attempt to facilitate
  using PDCurses with certain non-C languages -- which, apparently, they
  didn't end up actually doing. They're also, regrettably, specified as
  part of the X/Open curses standard, even though they in effect
  describe an entirely different interface layer (one on which
  traditional curses, but not PDCurses, is built).

- Dropped support for short (16-bit) chtypes.

- Finally removed deprec.c, as it promised.

- Dropped the XOPEN, SYSVcurses and BSDcurses defines from curses.h, as
  well as NULL (which is defined in stdio.h, included). TRUE, FALSE, ERR
  and OK are now defined unconditionally.

- Moved hosting to GitHub -- as a result, the site is now
  part of the repo, in the docs/ directory. (Also, it has SSL again.)

See the git log for more details.


PDCurses 3.6 - 2018-02-14

Tidying up some loose ends from 3.5, and trying to bring all platforms
up to the same level, as much as possible.

New features

- 256 colors for the Windows console -- under Windows 10 or ConEmu,
  only. This version doesn't allow init_color() or color_content() for
  colors 16-255, just uses Windows' predefined palette (which matches
  xterm-256color, like the default colors in X11 and SDL).

- Real blinking for the Windows console (all), and for OS/2 -- done in
  software, like the Windows version -- replacing the erraticly working
  Vio-based version (which didn't work at all in my OS/2 4.5 VM). OS/2
  now always has 16 colors, and bright backgrounds can combine with

- In DOS, OS/2 and Windows, attribute behavior now more closely matches
  that of the more "advanced" ports (X11 and SDL) -- see the Attribute
  test in testcurs.

- All of the A_* and WA_* attributes from X/Open are now defined in
  curses.h, although some are no-ops, pending the availablity of more
  attribute bits. A_INVIS is now a no-op on all platforms, instead of
  overloading A_ITALIC, and so is A_PROTECT. A_LEFT and A_RIGHT are now
  synonyms for PDCurses' old *LINE attributes.

Bug fixes and such

- For the X11 port, "make install" and the dynamic library build were
  broken, since the configure move. Fixes partly after Mark Hessling.

- Renamed "win32" to the more accurate/descriptive "wincon" (i.e.
  WINdows CONsole). Makefiles for all platforms renamed to remove the
  redundant platform names, and to allow better sorting.

- In SDL2, apps that didn't explicitly handle resizing locked up. Now,
  they can continue running, at their old size. (To Do: xmas is still a
  basket case.)

- Added "/MACHINE:$(PLATFORM)" to wincon/ -- Thomas Dickey
  says this is needed to build 64-bit with Visual Studio Express 2012.
  With 2017, it suppresses a warning.

- Suppressed "Possibly incorrect assignment" warnings with BCC, which
  also results in more readable code.

- Cleaned up obsolete comments, dead code, unneeded includes, typos, and
  outdated documentation.

- Dropped support for EMXVIDEO.

- Dropped color remapping for OS/2 (broken).

- Dropped X11 DLL support for Cygwin (broken).

- Rearranged extended color display in testcurs.

- In ptest, handle resizing, and check for screens too small to run in.

- Allow KEY_* codes (including KEY_RESIZE) to exit firework, as other
  keys do.

- Slightly faster Windows compilation (most noticeable in Watcom).

See the git log for more details.


PDCurses 3.5 - 2018-01-15

So, it's been a while, eh?

This release is an attempt to bring PDCurses mostly up to date, without
breaking too many things in the process.

New features

- SDL2 port, and TTF and Unicode support for both SDL1 and SDL2. Credit
  for these goes mostly to Laura Michaels and Robin Gustafsson.

- 256 colors for SDL and X11, by Bill Gray. Colors 16-255 are set up to
  match xterm colors, but can be redefined, as with 0-15.

- Bold and italic font options for SDL and X11. A_BOLD's behavior is
  controlled by the new function PDC_set_bold() -- TRUE to select bold
  font, FALSE to choose high foregound intensity (as before). Italic
  fonts are selected by A_ITALIC (always on). X11 originally from Mark

- Real blinking in SDL and X11, controlled by PDC_set_blink(). Largely
  due to Kevin Lamonte and Bill Gray.

- Support for A_UNDERLINE, A_LEFTLINE and A_RIGHTLINE in the Windows
  console. This requires a recent version of Windows (10, maybe 8?) to
  work with the standard console, but underlining also works with
  ConEmu, at least as far back as XP.

- User resizing (i.e. grab window edges or maximize button) for Windows
  console -- needs recent Windows or ConEmu.

- New-style color-changing code for the Windows console (using the new
  offical API instead of undocumented functions), supporting
  redefinition of colors 0-15 via init_color(). Works at least as far
  back as Windows XP SP3. Patch by "Didrole".

- The Windows console port now creates a separate console buffer by
  default, making for a cleaner and more complete restoration of the
  original buffer. The old behavior can be used by setting
  "PDC_RESTORE_SCREEN=0". Patch by Jason Hood.

- Left/right scroll wheel support for Windows console, SDL and X11. X11
  by Mark Hessling.

- testcurs now includes an additional test to show various attributes,
  and a display of the extended colors, where applicable.

Bug fixes and such

- termattrs() now returns something vaguely resembling the actual
  capabilities of the specific "terminal". Specifically, A_BOLD and
  A_BLINK reflect the availability of true bold fonts, and real
  blinking; when not set in termattrs(), the attributes still work, but
  control foreground and background intensity, as before. *LINE are also
  meaningful, and even A_COLOR is set (or not).

- pad size check in pnoutrefresh() was broken since 3.0. Reported by
  Peter Hull.

- In newpad(), begx and begy should be set to zero, otherwise creating a
  subpad of the same width or height fails due to the check in subpad().
  Patch by Raphael Assenat.

- More straightforward math for subpad(), plus another off-by-one error.
  Reported by Werner Wenzel, John Hartmann et al.

- New subwindows/subpads/resized windows should copy _delayms. Patch by

- Potentially invalid saved cursor position in resize_window() --
  another off-by-one _maxx/_maxy error. Patch after "Luke-Jr".

- copywin() needs to disallow corner values equal to _maxx or _maxy, not
  just less than. Reported by "Aleksandr".

- Misaligned soft-label keys in 4-4-4 mode. Reported by Werner Wenzel.

- Missing prototypes for bkgrnd() and bkgrndset().

- Missing WA_NORMAL and WA_ATTRIBUTES from the X/Open spec.

- keyname() and termname() now return static buffers, as documented.

- In the X11 port, due to (post-PDCurses-3.4) changes in Xt,
  XtAppMainLoop() always hung. Fixed by re-implementing it within
  PDCurses, basically.

- Fix blinking X11 cursor for clients that call move() more frequently
  than cursorBlinkRate -- patch by Kevin Lamonte.

- Improved cursor rendering for X11, by John P. Hartmann.

- ALT key combos sometimes not reported in X11, per Mark Hessling et al.

- Support for XK_ISO_Left_Tab in X11, by John P. Hartmann.

- Support for "Super" keys in X11, by Bill Gray.

- Make xcurses-config include -DPDC_WIDE when appropriate, per M.H.

- The configure script and accompanying files, which were always
  specific only to the X11 port (causing considerable confusion), have
  been moved to the x11 directory.

- In SDL, SP->key_code wasn't being set for KEY_MOUSE events. Reported
  by Bill Gray.

- SDL events need to keep pumping through non-input delays. (Really
  messed up on current macOS before this change.)

- SDL2 is outperforming SDL1 by about 10x on the platforms I've tried
  that support both, so I've removed Makefile.mng from the SDL1 port.

- Updated for the most current compilers, wherever possible; various
  warning suppressions. All included makefiles were tested with their
  respective compilers, shortly before release (including the POSIX
  stuff on macOS with clang, and on Ubuntu Linux with gcc). The oldest
  compiler I tested with was Turbo C++ 3.0, from 1992; the latest,
  several compilers from 2017.

- Dropped support for LCC-Win32 -- the official site is shut down.

- Dropped support for Digital Mars -- not updated since 2014, limited
  makefile, library missing some needed Windows APIs.

- Dropped MS C for DOS, and Cset/2 for OS/2.

- Dropped support for building DLLs with EMX.

- Minor code and makefile reorganization; mingwin32.mak merged into
  gccwin32.mak (i.e. you can use it with both compilers). Some
  contributions by Bill Gray and Simon Sobisch.

- Watcom makefile paths and option markers changed to Unix-friendly
  style, after Tee-Kiah Chia.

- The *.def files are no longer needed, replaced by more PDCEX
  declarations in the include files. After Bill Gray and Simon Sobisch.

- When building with DEBUG=Y, no longer strip the executables. After
  Simon Sobisch.

- Hold debug file ("trace") open after traceon(), for greater
  performance. Set PDC_TRACE_FLUSH to make it fflush() after each write
  (slower but safer in case of a crash). Patch by Ellie Timoney.

- Since 3.2, the panel library was simply a copy of the main library.
  This kludge is now dropped. (panel.h remains separate from curses.h.)

- Removed PDCurses.spec, and the RPM-building makefile option. I think
  this is better left to the various package/distro maintainers.

- Various formatting corrections (e.g., trailing spaces stripped), and
  variables renamed to avoid clashes. Some contributed by Stefan
  Reinauer and Bill Gray.

- Various documentation corrections and updates. All documentation
  "converted" to Markdown format (involving few actual changes -- mainly
  the file extension), for better rendering on GitHub, SourceForge, etc.
  Some contributed by Anatoly Techtonik.

- The "Win32" label is deprecated by Microsoft, and accordingly I've
  replaced references in the documentation, although not yet changed the
  filenames. The Windows console code can just as well be built for
  64-bit (and always could be, AFAIK, although there are minor tweaks
  to support it in this version).

- The ncurses_tests can now be built under SDL as well as X11. Also, all
  our tests (still/again) build under recent ncurses.

- Put testcurs' "Output test" into real blink mode, if possible; and if
  COLORS >= 16, use colors 0-15 directly in the color test, instead of
  or'ing with A_BOLD to get the high-intensity colors.

- Renamed the (by now rather old) "newdemo" to "ozdemo".

- Moved from CVS to git; source is now on GitHub as well as SourceForge;
  central site is now

See the git log for more details.

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 Makefile                               |  1 +
 pdcurses/DESCR                         |  4 ++
 pdcurses/Makefile                      | 48 +++++++++++++++++++++
 pdcurses/PLIST                         |  7 +++
 pdcurses/README                        |  4 ++
 pdcurses/                 | 33 ++++++++++++++
 pdcurses/distinfo                      |  7 +++
 pdcurses/patches/ | 78 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 8 files changed, 182 insertions(+)

diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
index 350bf03b7e..1026a6ccb4 100644
--- a/Makefile
+++ b/Makefile
@@ -2992,6 +2992,7 @@ SUBDIR+=	pcem
 SUBDIR+=	pcp
 SUBDIR+=	pcsx2
 SUBDIR+=	pdb2ldif
+SUBDIR+=	pdcurses
 SUBDIR+=	pdfcrack
 SUBDIR+=	pdfjam3
 SUBDIR+=	pdfminer
diff --git a/pdcurses/DESCR b/pdcurses/DESCR
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..b4728c0df7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/DESCR
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+PDCurses is a public domain curses library that implements most of
+the functions available in X/Open and System V R4 curses.  This X11
+port allows for recompiling programs using text-mode curses to produce
+native X11 applications.
diff --git a/pdcurses/Makefile b/pdcurses/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..e207a2e54a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,48 @@
+# $NetBSD$
+DISTNAME=	PDCurses-3.9
+CATEGORIES=	devel x11
+COMMENT=	Public domain implementation of the X/Open curses standard
+LICENSE=	gnu-gpl-v3 AND mit AND public-domain
+# PDCURSES_XAW is the name of the Xaw library.
+# XXX This information should really be provided by the various Xaw-like
+# XXX files.
+PDCURSES_XAW.neXtaw=	neXtaw
+PDCURSES_XAW.xpm=	Xaw3d
+PDCURSES_XAW.standard=	Xaw
+REPLACE_SH=		x11/
+DOCDIR=			${PREFIX}/share/doc/${PKGBASE}
+.include "../../mk/"
+.include "../../x11/libICE/"
+.include "../../x11/libSM/"
+.include "../../x11/libX11/"
+.include "../../x11/libXext/"
+.include "../../x11/libXmu/"
+.include "../../x11/libXpm/"
+.include "../../x11/libXt/"
+.include "../../mk/"
diff --git a/pdcurses/PLIST b/pdcurses/PLIST
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..2cb3ce1082
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/PLIST
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+@comment $NetBSD$
diff --git a/pdcurses/README b/pdcurses/README
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..ff76644f9a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/README
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+Intended as update for devel/pdcurses.
+This version (or only the package) seems to be broken!
+Tested with news/tin: The article list is not displayed correctly.
diff --git a/pdcurses/ b/pdcurses/
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..243781058e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/
@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+# $NetBSD$
+BUILDLINK_TREE+=	pdcurses
+BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.pdcurses+=	pdcurses>=3.3
+BUILDLINK_ABI_DEPENDS.pdcurses?=	pdcurses>=3.3nb2
+BUILDLINK_PKGSRCDIR.pdcurses?=		../../wip/pdcurses
+BUILDLINK_LIBNAME.pdcurses=	XCurses
+BUILDLINK_LDADD.pdcurses?=	${BUILDLINK_LIBNAME.pdcurses:S/^/-l/:S/^-l$//}
+# _PKG_USE_CURSES is defined by to indicate that
+# the headers and libraries should be usable as <curses.h> and -lcurses.
+.if defined(_PKG_USE_CURSES)
+BUILDLINK_INCDIRS.pdcurses+=	include/xcurses
+BUILDLINK_TRANSFORM+=		l:curses:XCurses
+.include "../../mk/"
+.include "../../x11/libICE/"
+.include "../../x11/libSM/"
+.include "../../x11/libX11/"
+.include "../../x11/libXext/"
+.include "../../x11/libXmu/"
+.include "../../x11/libXpm/"
+.include "../../x11/libXt/"
+BUILDLINK_TREE+=	-pdcurses
diff --git a/pdcurses/distinfo b/pdcurses/distinfo
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..f780a3376e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/distinfo
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+SHA1 (PDCurses-3.9.tar.gz) = cf9503d920840d46ecc27ac0f6825b2c8d79005f
+RMD160 (PDCurses-3.9.tar.gz) = 6d7de4231aa0589e56008cfbb5c85039317ba27d
+SHA512 (PDCurses-3.9.tar.gz) = 4fd7c1221c5f34d94069a563dda7a796653148d903bc9023afe134b0f13bdc8b5d30000dfc80ab800e46e58b395ac2fb494d1316b80914998de5bacf0d7f3558
+Size (PDCurses-3.9.tar.gz) = 363153 bytes
+SHA1 ( = c234316fda415f60093c9173a0ad43dfca81af0f
diff --git a/pdcurses/patches/ b/pdcurses/patches/
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..b4fba23c4c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pdcurses/patches/
@@ -0,0 +1,78 @@
+For pkgsrc, replace the INSTALL_* macros with the BSD_INSTALL_* macros.
+Use libtool.
+--- x11/	2019-09-04 20:08:02.000000000 +0000
++++ x11/
+@@ -33,16 +33,18 @@ CFLAGS		= @CFLAGS@
++BUILD		= $(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile $(O_BUILD)
+-LINK		= @CC@
++LINK		= $(LIBTOOL) --mode=link @CC@
+ INSTALL		= $(osdir)/install-sh
+-LIBCURSES	= libXCurses.a
+ LIB_DEPS        = -L$(PDCURSES_SRCDIR)/x11 -lXCurses
+@@ -54,22 +56,22 @@ tuidemo.o worm.o xmas.o
+ SHLFILE		= XCurses
+-all:	$(PDCLIBS)
++all:	$(LIBCURSES)
+ install:
+-	$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(libdir)
+-	$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(bindir)
+-	$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(includedir)
+-	$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(includedir)/xcurses
+-	$(INSTALL) -c -m 644 $(PDCURSES_CURSES_H) \
+-		$(includedir)/xcurses/curses.h
+-	$(INSTALL) -c -m 644 $(PDCURSES_SRCDIR)/panel.h \
+-		$(includedir)/xcurses/panel.h
+-	$(INSTALL) -c -m 644 $(osdir)/libXCurses.a $(libdir)/libXCurses.a
+-	-$(RANLIB) $(libdir)/libXCurses.a
+-	-$(INSTALL) -c -m 755 $(osdir)/$(SHLPRE)$(SHLFILE)$(SHLPST) \
+-		$(libdir)/$(SHLPRE)$(SHLFILE)$(SHLPST)
+-	$(INSTALL) -c -m 755 $(osdir)/xcurses-config $(bindir)/xcurses-config
++	$(BSD_INSTALL_DATA_DIR) $(DESTDIR)$(includedir)
++	$(BSD_INSTALL_DATA_DIR) $(DESTDIR)$(includedir)/xcurses
++		$(DESTDIR)$(includedir)/xcurses/curses.h
++		$(DESTDIR)$(includedir)/xcurses/panel.h
++	$(LIBTOOL) --mode=install $(BSD_INSTALL_LIB) \
++		$(PDCURSES_SRCDIR)/x11/ \
++		$(DESTDIR)$(libdir)/
++	$(BSD_INSTALL_SCRIPT) $(osdir)/xcurses-config \
++		$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/xcurses-config
+ clean:
+ 	-rm -rf *.o *.sho trace $(PDCLIBS) $(DEMOS) config.log \
+@@ -100,8 +102,8 @@ PDCSHOBJS = $(PDCOBJS:.o=.sho)
+-	ar rv $@ $?
+-	-$(RANLIB) $@
++	$(LIBTOOL) --mode=link $(CC) -o $@ -rpath $(libdir) $(LTLDFLAGS) \
++		$(LIBOBJS:.o=.lo) $(PDCOBJS:.o=.lo)
+ 	$(LD_RXLIB1) -o $@ $(SHOFILES) $(LD_RXLIB2)

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