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Archive   : KERM312.ZIP
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18th February, 1990

About TSKERM in General
=======================

This package may be used and distributed freely for NON-COMMERCIAL,
NON-INSTITUTIONAL, PRIVATE purposes, provided it is not changed in any way
without the author's consent. Please do not distribute any part of this
package separately. For ANY other usage than indicated here, contact the
author.

The programs and keypads are under development. Comments and contacts are
solicited. If you have any comments, please do not hesitate to use electronic
mail for communication.
Internet address: [email protected] (preferred)
Funet address: GADO::SALMI
Bitnet address: [email protected]
FidoNet address: 2:515/1 (Micro Maniacs Opus, To: Timo Salmi)

The author shall not be liable to the user for any direct, indirect or
consequential loss arising from the use of, or inability to use, any program
or file howsoever caused. No warranty is given that the programs will work
under all circumstances.

Timo Salmi
Professor of Accounting and Business Finance
School of Business Studies, University of Vaasa
P.O.Box 297, SF-65101 Vaasa, Finland


ABSTRACT:

Searching Archive: B:TSKERM24.ARC - MsKermit utilities by Timo Salmi
Filename Comment Date Time
-------- -------------------------------- ---- ----
ANSI.CMD Impose ansi terminal emulations 12-28-89 20:58:54
GETBIN.CMD Automatic file transfer to PC 12-21-89 14:42:06
GETTEXT.CMD Automatic file transfer to PC 12-21-89 14:45:12
INITAT.CMD Call all other initializations 12-23-89 09:46:50
INITAT30.CMD Call 3.00 initializations, AT 01-12-90 10:33:50
INITZN.CMD Call initializations, laptop 12-23-89 09:47:12
INITZN30.CMD Call 3.00 initializations laptop 01-20-90 15:51:08
KERM.BAT A simple boot for MsKermit 2.32A 02-11-89 12:10:04
MEMACSAT.CMD MicroEmacs Home End PgUp PgDn.. 12-23-89 09:41:18
MEMACSZN.CMD MicroEmacs Home End etc, laptop 12-23-89 09:40:22
MSE.BAT Boot MsKermit, colors, log boots 02-18-90 10:19:48
MSK.BAT Selective boot of MsKermit 2.32A 02-18-90 10:36:26
MSK230QL.INI VT102 keypad simulating QL QCODE 08-12-88 05:10:56
MSK232AT.INI VT102 keyboard for an AT or 386 01-14-90 17:46:42
MSK232ZN.INI VT102 keyboard for a laptop 12-29-89 16:09:48
MSK300AT.INI VT102 for AT & 386 MsKermit 3.00 02-18-90 09:15:52
MSK300ZN.INI VT102 for laptopt, Mskermit 3.00 02-18-90 09:14:44
MSZ.BAT This I use on my laptop 12-23-89 10:15:26
MSZ30.BAT This I use on my laptop for 3.00 02-18-90 10:10:42
PHONE.CLL Phone using a dialing directory 12-24-89 14:31:04
PUTBIN.CMD Automatic file transfer from PC 12-21-89 14:44:38
PUTTEXT.CMD Automatic file transfer from PC 12-21-89 15:07:20
SAMPLE.CLL Autodialing! with MsKermit 08-12-88 22:23:28
TIMELOG.EXE For logging program usage 08-14-88 16:48:22
TSKERM.INF Document 02-18-90 21:43:02
TSKERM.NWS News announcements about tskerm 02-18-90 13:28:38
TSKERM.POS Interesting postings and email 02-18-90 19:30:18
TSPROG.INF List of PD programs from T.Salmi 10-28-89 16:59:34
VAASA.INF Info: Finland, Vaasa, U of Vaasa 02-02-90 11:52:54
ZSET.CMD Set command synonyms, zmodem etc 02-18-90 09:33:54


Timo Salmi KERMit release 2.4 TSKERM24 includes batches, scripts and keypads
* * **** * *
for applying MSKermit version 2.32A and 3.00 which was released in January
1990. MSKermit copyright (c) is by Columbia University in the City of New
York.

To simplify things I streamlined this package in update TSKERM23 by excluding
all explicit support for MSKermit versions earlier than 2.32A. Most of the
tools probably still are compatible with MSKermit versions through 2.30-2.32,
but I have done nothing to check this out. Note that TSKERM utilities are
incompatible with MSKermit versions earlier than 2.30 expect partially to
version 2.29C. For additional information of later versions of TSKERM please
see TSKERM.NWS.


MSE.BAT (Ver. 1.9) Boot MSKermit, colors, log boots
==================

This is a selective batch file for booting MSKermit with alternative
keyboards. Just write MSE for the options. MSE.BAT changes screen colors
provided you have Norton's screen attributes sa.com or sa.exe utility. If you
do not, see the instructions within MSE.BAT. The batch invokes green text.
Easily customized. MSE also keeps a log of its usage utilizing TIMELOG.EXE
program. For more information on TIMELOG.EXE apply the stand-alone command
TIMELOG ?


MSK.BAT (Ver. 1.9) Selective boot of MSKermit 2.32A and 3.00
==================

A batch file for executing MSKermit 2.32A or 3.00, and selecting your
preferred keypad layout. Before using this batch file you must rename or copy
your KERMIT.EXE to MSK232A.EXE. The batch assumes that you have the files in
A:\ but this is easily changed by a systematic replace with any editor.
Notice that MSK works whatever your default directory.

To start for the first time just enter MSK or MSK ?, and follow the
instructions.

As an alternative to using MSK.BAT you can, of course, directly select the
init file with the -F option provided by MSKermit 2.30+. (See MSKermit's own
documents for more information on the -F option.)


MSZ.BAT (Ver. 1.6) Boot MSKermit and log the call
==================

This is what I apply on my laptop to invoke MsKermit 2.32A. To invoke
MsKermit 3.00 I use MSZ30.BAT. The batch is relatively simple, and includes
the timelogging facility. In my own use I usually apply MSZ.BAT when calling
VAX/VMS, and Procomm Plus or Telix when calling bulletin boards. When using
my 386, I most often use MSE 6.


MSK232AT.INI and MSK300AT.INI VT102 keyboards for an AT or 386
=============================

This is an enhanced VT102 keyboard definition file. It includes screen
roll-back, and extra key definitions familiar to Procomm users. These extra
features and their key definitions are given below after the keypad. The
VT102 keyboard layout can be seen below. The keyboard definition supports the
Scandinavian characters. These are easily changed into German or other
international character sets. To omit them, comment the relevant lines away
from MSK232AT.INI. They should be easy to locate.

"FACIT" keypad keys PC
(closely simulated by MSK232AT.INI)
+--------+--------+--------+--------+ +--------+
! GOLD ! HELP ! FNDNXT ! DEL L ! ! DEL L !
! pf1 ! pf2 ! pf3 ! pf4 ! ! - !
! ! ! FIND ! UND L ! ! UND L !
+--------+--------+--------+--------+ +--------+
! PAGE ! SECT ! APPEND ! DEL W ! ! !
! 7 ! 8 ! 9 ! - ! ! DEL W !
!COMMAND ! FILL !REPLACE ! UND W ! ! !
+--------+--------+--------+--------+ + + +
!ADVANCE ! BACKUP ! CUT ! DEL C ! ! !
! 4 ! 5 ! 6 ! , ! ! UND W !
! BOTTOM ! TOP ! PASTE ! UND C ! ! !
+--------+--------+--------+--------+ +--------+
! WORD ! EOL ! CHAR ! ! ! !
! 1 ! 2 ! 3 ! ENTER ! ! !
!CHNGCASE!DEL EOL !SPECINS ! ! ! !
+--------+--------+--------+ enter ! ! enter !
! LINE ! SELECT ! ! ! !
! 0 ! . ! SUBS ! ! !
! OPEN LINE ! RESET ! ! ! !
+-----------------+--------+--------+ +--------+

Enhanced VT102 VAX/VMS:
----------------------
Home = to the beginning of the line
End = to the end of the line
PgUp = back up 16 rows
PgDn = advance 16 rows
Ins = ^A (command line insert on)

Screen redisplay commands:
-------------------------
ctrl Home = Up to top of screen memory
ctrl End = Back to current position
ctrl PgUp = Previous screen
ctrl PgDn = Next screen
F9 = Roll screen memory up one line
F10 = Roll screen memory down one line

Commands resembling the layout of Procomm:
-----------------------------------------
alt F1 = Turn on session logging
alt F2 = Turn off session logging
alt F4 = Push to dos
alt B = Send a break (one of the many Kermit defaults anyway)
alt C = Clear screen using ansi driver
alt G = Append current screen to dump file
alt N = Screen pause toggle
alt S = Display status message
alt Z = Display connect help message

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³ ^ ³ DOWN ³ ³ ³ ³ ³ ³ FNDNXT ³ DEL L ³
³ ³ ³ ³ ³ <ÄÄÄÄ ³ ÄÄÄÄ> ³ ³ GOLD ³ HELP ³ ³ ³
³ ³ ³ ³ ³ LEFT ³ RIGHT ³ ³ ³ ³ FIND ³ UND L ³
³ UP ³ v ³ ³ ³ ÃÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ´
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ ³ PAGE ³ SECT ³ APPEND ³ DEL W ³
DELETE Delete character ³ ³ ³ ³ ³
LINEFEED Delete to beginning of word ³ COMMAND³ FILL ³ REPLACE³ UND W ³
BACKSPACE Backup to beginning of line ÃÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ´
CTRL/A Compute tab level ³ ADVANCE³ BACKUP ³ CUT ³ DEL C ³
CTRL/D Decrease tab level ³ ³ ³ ³ ³
CTRL/E Increase tab level ³ BOTTOM ³ TOP ³ PASTE ³ UND C ³
CTRL/K Define key ÃÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ´
CTRL/R Refresh screen ³ WORD ³ EOL ³ CHAR ³ ³
CTRL/T Adjust tabs ³ ³ ³ ³ ENTER ³
CTRL/U Delete to beginning of line ³CHNGCASE³ DEL EOL³ SPECINS³ ³
CTRL/W Refresh screen ÃÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÅÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ´ ³
CTRL/Z Exit to line mode ³ LINE ³ SELECT ³ ³
³ ³ ³ SUBS ³
³ OPEN LINE ³ RESET ³ ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÁÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

MSK232ZN.INI and MSK300ZN.INI VT102 keyboards for a laptop
=============================

This is the Zenith Z-181 portable VT102 keypad in originally in an older
MSK230KP.INI. MSK232ZN is very similar. Simulates more or less the Facit
keypad on a laptop. It is also applicable to the standard PC/XT and some AT
keypads without a need to modify.

PF1 PF2 PF3 PF4
+---------+---------+---------+---------+ ^
! GOLD ! HELP ! FNDNXT ! DEL L ! !
! F1 ! F2 ! F3 ! F4 ! <-- -->
! ! ! FIND ! UND L ! !
+---------+---------+---------+---------+ v


+---------+---------+---------+-+---------+---------+ +----------------+
! PAGE ! SECT ! APPEND ! ! DEL W ! ENTER ! ! DELETE !
! 7 ! 8 ! 9 ! ! - ! + ! ! (Back Space) !
! COMMAND ! FILL ! REPLACE ! ! UND W ! SUBS ! ! !
+---------+---------+---------+-+---------+---------+ +----------------+

+---------+---------+---------+-+---------+ +-----------+
! ADVANCE ! BACKUP ! CUT ! ! DEL C ! ! !
! 4 ! 5 ! 6 ! ! * ! ! ENTER !
! BOTTOM ! TOP ! PASTE ! ! UND C ! ! (Return) !
+---------+---------+---------+-+---------+ +-+ !
! !
+---------+---------+---------+ ! !
! WORD ! EOL ! CHAR ! ! !
! 1 ! 2 ! 3 ! +---------+
! CHNGCASE! DEL EOL ! SPECINS !
+---------+---------+---------+

+---------+-+---------+ +---------+
! LINE ! ! SELECT ! !LINEFEED !
! 0 ! ! . ! ! (Del) !
!OPEN LINE! ! RESET ! ! !
+---------+-+---------+ +---------+

CTRL/H Backspace CTRL/J Linefeed
CTRL/K Define key CTRL/L Insert formfeed
CTRL/U Delete to beginning of line CTRL/W Refresh
CTRL/X - " -

MSKermit 2.30+ verb keys (for more details see Kermit's own documentation):
Home \Khomscn End \Kendscn PgUp \Kupscn
PgDn \Kdnscn ^PgUp \Kupone ^PgDn \Kdnone
Fn^* \Kprscr
alt - \Ktermtype alt = \Kreset alt b \Kbreak
alt h \Khelp alt s \Kstatus alt x \Kexit


MSK230QL.INI VT102 keypad simulating QL QCODE
============

This is Zenith VT102 keypad in MSK230QL.INI. It is nearly compatible with
Sinclair QCODE VT52 keypad layout. This is, of course, only for a user who
might prefer this curious layout. I no longer use this myself, but I used to
when I was still using my QL home computer way back then.

PF1 PF2 PF3 PF4 . +---------+
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ ! ^ !
! GOLD ! HELP ! FNDNXT ! DEL L ! SELECT ! ! i !
! F1 ! F2 ! F3 ! F4 ! F5 ! ! !
! ! ! FIND ! UND L ! RESET ! +----+----+----+----+
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ ! ! !
3 (9) 8 9 BS ! <-- ! --> !
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ ! ! !
! CHAR ! ! SECT ! APPEND ! BACKSP ! +----+----+----+----+
! F6 ! F7 ! F8 ! F9 ! F10 ! ! !
! SPECINS ! ! FILL ! REPLACE ! ! ! i !
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ ! v !
+---------+
1 2 6 4 5
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ +----------------+
! WORD ! EOL ! CUT ! ADVANCE ! BACKUP ! ! DELETE !
! ALT 1 ! ALT 2 ! ALT 3 ! ALT 4 ! ALT 5 ! ! (Back Space) !
! CHNCASE ! DEL EOL ! PASTE ! BOTTOM ! TOP ! ! !
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ +----------------+
, 7 PF3 - 0
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ +-----------+
! DEL C ! PAGE ! FNDNXT ! DEL W ! LINE ! ! ENTER !
! ALT 6 ! ALT 7 ! ALT 8 ! ALT 9 ! ALT 0 ! ! (Shift !
! UND C ! COMMAND ! FIND ! UND W ! OPNLINE ! ! F10) !
+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ +-+ SUBS !
! !
+---------+

+---------+
! LINFEED !
! (Del) !
! !
+---------+


APPENDIX: Kermit 2.30-2.31 keycodes
========

(Kermit 2.32 layout has been somewhat changed. The changes are duly
reflected in MSK232AT.INI)

key norm shft alt ctrl sh+cl Fn Fn+sh Fn+al Fn+cl
f1 315 852 2408 1374 1886 389 903 2443 1417
f2 316 853 2409 1375 1887 390 904 2444 1418
f3 317 854 2410 1376 1888 317 854 2410 1376
f4 318 855 2411 1377 1889 318 855 2411 1377
f5 319 856 2412 1378 1890 319 856 2412 1378
f6 320 857 2413 1379 1891 320 857 2413 1379
f7 321 858 2414 1380 1892 321 858 2414 1380
f8 322 859 2415 1381 1893 - - - -
f9 323 860 2416 1382 1894 - - - -
f10 324 861 2417 1383 1895 rgb
scrll - - - 1280 - prt

key norm shft alt ctrl sh+cl Fn Fn+sh Fn+al Fn+cl
<- 331 843 0 1395 1907 327 839 - 1399
up 328 840 0 - - 329 841 - 1412
down 336 848 0 - - 337 849 - 1398
-> 333 845 0 1396 1908 335 847 - 1397
ret 13 13 - 10 10 13 13 - 10
del 339 851 - - - 338 - - -

key norm shft alt al+sh ctrl sh+cl
esc 27 27 - - - -
1 49 33 2424 2936 - -
2 50 64 2425 2937 0 1795
3 51 35 2426 2938 - -
4 52 36 2427 2939 - -
5 53 37 2428 2940 - -
6 54 94 2429 2941 30 30
7 7 55 38 2430 2942 - -
8 8 56 42 2431 2943 - -
9 9 57 40 2432 2944 - -
0 48 41 2433 2945 - -
- - 45 95 2434 2946 31 31
= + 61 43 2435 2947 - -
bck 270 782 127 127 127 127

key norm shft alt al+sh ctrl sh+cl
q 113 81 2320 2832 17 17
w 119 87 2321 2833 23 23
e 101 69 2322 2834 5 5
r 114 82 2323 2835 18 18
t 116 84 2324 2836 20 20
y 121 89 2325 2837 25 25
u 4 117 85 2326 2838 21 21
i 5 105 73 2327 2839 9 9
o 6 111 79 2328 2840 15 15
p 112 80 2329 2841 16 16
( * 91 123 - - 27 27
) 93 125 - - 29 29


key norm shft alt al+sh ctrl sh+cl
a 97 65 2334 2846 1 1
s 114 83 2335 2847 19 19
d 100 68 2336 2848 4 4
f 102 70 2337 2849 6 6
g 103 71 2338 2850 7 7
h 104 72 2339 2851 8 8
j 1 105 74 2340 2852 10 10
k 2 107 75 2341 2853 11 11
l 3 108 76 2342 2854 12 12
; 59 58 - - - -
' = 39 34 - - - -
til 96 126 - - - -

key norm shft alt al+sh ctrl sh+cl
z 122 90 2348 2860 26 26
x 102 88 2349 2861 24 24
c 99 67 2350 2862 3 3
v 118 86 2351 2863 22 22
b 98 66 2352 2864 2 2
n 110 78 2353 2865 14 14
m 0 109 77 2354 2866 13 13
, 44 60 - - - -
. . 46 62 - - - -
/ / 92 124 - - - -

key norm shft alt al+sh ctrl sh+cl
\ 92 124 - - 28 28
sp 32 32 32 32 32 32

Keypad
key norm shft alt ctrl sh+cl
7 839 327 1399 1911
8 840 328 - -
9 841 329 1412 1924
- 330 842 - -
4 843 331 1395 1907
5 844 332 - -
6 845 333 1396 1908
+ 334 846 - -
1 847 335 1397 1909
2 848 336 - -
3 849 337 1398 1910
0 850 338 - -
* 311 push 1394 1906
= 61 43 2435 -
. 851 339 - - -
/ 47 - - -


VT 102 codes, and FACIT keypad

up ESC O A (i.e. \27 \Kuparr
down ESC O B capital O B) \Kdnarr
-> ESC O C \Krtarr
<- ESC O D \Klfarr

PF1 ESC O P gold \Kgold \Kpf1
PF2 ESC O Q help \Kpf2
PF3 ESC O R fndnxt/find \Kpf3
PF4 ESC O S del l/und l \Kpf4

7 ESC O w page/command \Kkp7
8 ESC O x sect/fill \Kkp8
9 ESC O y append/replace \Kkp9
- ESC O m del w/und w \Kkpminus

4 ESC O t advance/bott \Kkp4
5 ESC O u backup/top \Kkp5
6 ESC O v cut/paste \Kkp6
, ESC O l del c/und c \Kkpcoma

1 ESC O q word/chngcase \Kkp1
2 ESC O r eol/del eol \Kkp2
3 ESC O s char/specins \Kkp3

0 ESC O p line/open line \Kkp0
. ESC O n select/reset \Kkpdot
enter ESC O M enter/subs \Kkpenter

bckspace CTRL H \8 bckup to beg if line
linefeed CTRL J \10 del to beg of word


TIMELOG For logging program usage
=======

An extract from TSUTILxx.ARC.
Usage: TIMELOG your text >>path\program.log
program call
TIMELOG >>path\program.log
Timelog is a program that can be used for keeping a log of your calls of other
programs. Say, for example, that you want to log your usage of program.exe.
What you do is give the commands shown above (you may want to put them in a
.bat batch file).
The output in program.log will be something like:
Testing Sa130888 10:59:28 10:59:47
Testing again Sa130888 10:59:58 11:00:19
depending on the text you give in the first call.
The elapsed times are not present, but they can be augmented by applying
a separate program PCPFON.EXE on program.log. It is available in TSPFONxx.ARC.
Technical notes. Timelog has two modes.
1) Text-mode: Invoked when there is text in the call. Skips to a new line, and
writes the text, the date and the time.
2) Time-mode: Invoked when there is no text in the call. Stays on the same
line, and writes the time.
Thus no harm (other than forgoing the possibility of calculating the elapsed
time) is caused if you forget the terminating timelog call. (Version 1.0
confused the lines in that case.)
For an example of the usage in a batch file see MSZ.BAT.
You should notice that if you edit the program.log file, editors tend to
augment an ascii 26 at the end of of the file. This means that any new lines
added by timelog |text| >>program.log will not be visible e.g. if you give the
MsDos command "type program.log". This is a feature (and a problem) of MsDos,
not the timelog.exe program. (An advanced user can circumvent this problem by
a clever use of filters.)


RELEASE NOTES
=============

Releases 1.1 and 1.2:
There are some minor changes in TSKERM releases 1.1 and 1.2 compared to
release 1.0. The layout of the MSK230KP.INI keyboard has been slightly altered
(num - and num * have changed places), and Home, End, PgUp, and PgDn have been
inactivated to prevent unintentional scrolling in using VT102 emulation in
full screen editing. Furthermore, MSK.BAT has been tested also on a hard disk
configuration.

Releases 1.3-1.5:
The method in MSK.BAT invoking the keyboard driver has been made less
complicated. The usage of MSK.BAT remains, however, exactly the same as
before.
The old keyboard drivers MSK230xx.INI have been tested for the newly
released (1-Jul-1988) MSKermit version 2.31. No changes where needed.
A new keyboard driver MSK231AT.INI has been added. It has the same standard
VT102 keyboard layout as MSK230AT.INI. In addition it has a number of special
keys in a layout, which is familiar to Procomm users. The layout of the
special keys can be seen from the comments in MSK231AT.INI. There are more
comments in MSK231AT.INI than the other driver files, and thus it is the most
instructive for learning about MSKermit keyboard construction.

Release 1.6:
A new keyboard driver MSK231ZN.INI has been added for Zenith Z-181 laptop.
It is probably suitably for any XT, but I have not tested it but on my laptop.
Screen rollback has been corrected in MSK231AT after testing it on an
Osborne AT06. The .bat batch files have been updated accordingly.

Release 1.7:
The Batches have been adjusted to reflect the release of MSKermit version
2.32 in December 1988.

Releases 1.8-1.9:
New keyboard drivers MSK232AT.INI and MSK232ZN.INI have been added. If you
are using MSKermit 2.32, and the standard AT keyboard, this is your best bet.
If you are using Dos version 3.3 you may experience problems in the drivers.
This is due to incompatibilies between MSKermit and Dos 3.3, not the drivers
themselves. For more details see the comments in MSK232AT.INI.

Release 2.0: Stylistic changes. The batches are for MSKermit 2.32A.

Release 2.1: Added the automatic file transfer scripts to the package. See
TSKERM.NWS, and the comments in the scripts, for more information.

Release 2.2 and later:
See the separate file TSKERM.NWS.