Category : C Source Code
Archive   : MSPELL1_.ZIP
Filename : DMERGE.C

 
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/* DMERGE: Dictionary Merge Utility for MicroSPELL 1.0
Spell Checker and Corrector

(C)opyright May 1987 by Daniel Lawrence
All Rights Reserved

Revision History:

*/

#define maindef 1

#include
#include "dopt.h"
#include "dstruct.h"
#include "ddef.h"

/* GLOBALS for DMERGE */

char dname[NSTRING]; /* main output dictionary text file */
int upflag; /* processing upper case flag */

main(argc, argv)

int argc; /* command line argument count */
char **argv; /* argument vector */

{
WORD *tword;

/* check to see if they need help.... */
if (argc < 3) {
usage();
exit(EXBADOPT);
}

/* announce us */
printf("DMERGE %s Dictionary merge Utility\n", VERSION);

/* grab the output dictionary name */
--argc;
argv++;
strcpy(dname, argv[0]);

/* and read in the user word lists */
while (--argc) {
argv++; /* skip to next argument */
uread(argv[0]); /* and read the dictionary in */
}

/* prepare to merge */
comsort();
if (numfiltr)
printf("%u User words loaded\n", numfiltr);
else {
printf("%%No user words loaded\n");
exit(EXBADOPT);
}

if (mopen() == FALSE)
exit(EXMDICT);

/* open the output dictionary file */
if ((outfile = fopen(dname, "w")) == NULL) {
printf("%%Can not open output dictionary file\n");
exit(EXTEMP);
}

/* and do the merge */
printf("[Merging....]");
merge();
printf("\n%u words merged ... new dictionary is %u words long\n",
numfiltr, totwords);

mclose();
fclose(outfile);
exit(EXGOOD);
}

usage() /* print the command line usage */

{
printf("DMERGE: Dictionary Merge Utility\n");
printf(" for MicroSPELL %s\n",VERSION);
puts("\nUsage\n");
puts(" dmerge {..}\n");
}

int merge() /* do a merge run against the main dictionary */

{
register char **curword;/* ptr to current word */
register int cmp; /* result of comparison */
char mword[NSTRING]; /* current dictionary word */

/* make sure the common word list ends with hivalue */
strcpy(cword[numfiltr], hivalue);
upflag = TRUE;

/* start with the first word in each list */
strcpy(mword, nxtmword());
curword = &cword[0];

while (strcmp(*curword, hivalue) < 0 || strcmp(mword, hivalue) < 0) {

/* compare a dictionary word and a user word */
cmp = strcmp(*curword, mword);

/* and write out the appropriate one */
if (cmp > 0) {
outword(mword);
strcpy(mword, nxtmword());
} else if (cmp < 0) {
outword(*curword);
curword++;
} else {
outword(*curword);
strcpy(mword, nxtmword());
curword++;
}
}
}

outword(word) /* output a word to the new main dictionary text file */

char *word; /* word to write to dictionary */

{
/* if this is the seperator character, toggle uppercase flag off */
if (*word == SEPCHAR)
upflag = FALSE;

/* If we switch from upper to lower case with no seperator,
insert one */
if (upflag)
if (islower(*word)) {
fprintf(outfile, "%c\n", SEPCHAR);
upflag = FALSE;
}

/* and finally, dump the word out */
fprintf(outfile, "%s\n", word);
totwords++;
}

#if RAMSIZE & LATTICE & MSDOS
/* These routines will allow me to track memory usage by placing
a layer on top of the standard system malloc() and free() calls.
with this code defined, the number of allocated bytes is displayed
in the upper right corner of the screen
*/

#undef malloc
#undef free

char *allocate(nbytes) /* allocate nbytes and track */

unsigned nbytes; /* # of bytes to allocate */

{
char *mp; /* ptr returned from malloc */
char *malloc();

mp = malloc(nbytes);
if (mp) {
envram += nbytes;
#if RAMSHOW
dspram();
#endif
}

return(mp);
}

release(mp) /* release malloced memory and track */

char *mp; /* chunk of RAM to release */

{
unsigned *lp; /* ptr to the long containing the block size */

if (mp) {
lp = ((unsigned *)mp) - 1;

/* update amount of ram currently malloced */
envram -= (long)*lp - 2;
free(mp);
#if RAMSHOW
dspram();
#endif
}
}

#if RAMSHOW
dspram() /* display the amount of RAM currently malloced */

{
char mbuf[20];
char *sp;

/* TTmove(term.t_nrow - 1, 70);*/
sprintf(mbuf, "[%lu]", envram);
sp = &mbuf[0];
puts(sp);
}
#endif
#endif

#if AZTEC & MSDOS
#undef fgetc
#undef fgets
/* a1gets: Get an ascii string from a file using a1getc */

char *a1gets(buffer, length, fp)

char *buffer; /* buffer to leave string in */
int length; /* maximum length of string */
FILE *fp; /* file to get string from */

{
register int c; /* current character read */
register char *bp; /* pointer into buffer */

bp = buffer;

while ((c = a1getc(fp)) != EOF) {
*bp++ = (char)c;
if (c == '\n')
break;
}

*bp = 0;
if (c == EOF)
return(NULL);
else
return(buffer);
}

/* a1getc: Get an ascii char from the file input stream
but DO NOT strip the high bit
*/

int a1getc(fp)

FILE *fp;

{
int c; /* translated character */

c = getc(fp); /* get the character */

/* if its a char, throw it out */
while (c == 10)
c = getc(fp);

/* if its a char, change it to a LF */
if (c == '\r')
c = '\n';

/* if its a ^Z, its an EOF */
if (c == 26)
c = EOF;

return(c);
}
#endif

perform(cmd) /* send out a DOS command and execute it */

char *cmd; /* command to execute */

{
if (swdebug) /* output command string with diagnostics */
puts(cmd);

#if LATTICE & ~CMS
forkl(getenv("COMSPEC"),"command","-C",cmd,NULL);
return(wait());
#endif

#if AZTEC | CMS
system(cmd);
return(TRUE);
#endif
}

#if CMS
#undef fopen
/* The IBM 30xx likes to tell us when file opens
fail...it's too chatty....I like to handle these myself */

FILE *cmsopen(file, mode)

char *file; /* name of file to open */
char *mode; /* mode to open it in */

{
quiet(1);
return(fopen(file,mode));
}
#endif



  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : MSPELL1_.ZIP
Filename : DMERGE.C

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