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PRODUCT : TURBO EDITOR TOOLBOX NUMBER
: 205
VERSION : 1.00B & 1.00C
OS : PC-DOS
DATE : August 20, 1986 PAGE : 1/33T

TITLE : UPDATE TO VERSION 1.01A




CONTENTS




Replace EditReformat Pages 2 - 9

Underline ON/OFF Toggle Pages 10 - 11

Flush Printer Buffer Pages 12 - 13

Tab Patch Page 14

Memory Allocation Update Page 15

Restore Screen Update Pages 16 - 17

Erase String Update Pages 18 - 19

Accepting Path Names Pages 20 - 21

Word Wrap Update Pages 22 - 23

Intent Text Update Pages 24 - 25

Block Copy Heap Corruption Pages 26 - 28

Prevent File Truncation Pages 29 - 31
when printing

Saving Text Format Settings Pages 31 - 33


REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

The following is a complete replacement for the procedure EditReformat in
the Turbo Editor Toolbox. Note, this procedure exists in the two files:

CMD.ED - .COM Files, Toolbox Source Diskette
CMD.MS - Microstar Source Diskette















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TITLE : UPDATE TO VERSION 1.01A




The procedure enables the user to reformat paragraphs that were created
without word wrap on. Reformatting is terminated by a blank line instead of
a "hard" return.

1. Load the file CMD.ED into the TURBO editor
2. Search for the procedure EditDownLine
3. Move the procedure EditDownLine to the top of the file by doing a
block move.
4. Comment out the old version of the procedure EditReformat by placing
an open comment '(*' before the procedure and a close comment '*)' at
the end of the procedure.
5. Type in the following procedure:

overlay procedure EditReformat;

{ This routine reformats text lines to fit within the current margins
by moving words to lower lines or bringing words up from lower lines.
This starts at the current line, and continues until the end of the
text stream, or until an empty line is encountered. }

var
Pcol : integer;
Endcol : integer;
p : Plinedesc;
q : Plinedesc;
Reformatting : boolean;

function EmptyLine(Lp : Plinedesc) : boolean;
{ Checks to see if a line is empty. We use this function
instead of the wrapped flag to determine when to terminate
reformatting. }

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

var
Pcol : integer;

begin {EmptyLine of EditReformat}
EmptyLine := true;
with Lp^ do
for Pcol := 1 to BuffLen do
if Txt^ [Pcol] <> ' ' then
begin












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EmptyLine := false;
exit;
end;
end; {EmptyLine of EditReformat}

procedure EditCompressLine (Lp : Plinedesc);
{ Changes all multiple spaces to single spaces in the
text buffer pointed to by the argument. This makes
the line chopping and appending algorithms
simpler and more understandable. }

var
i : integer;
j : integer;

begin {EditCompressLine of EditReformat}
i := Lp^.BuffLen;
while (i > 1) and (Lp^.Txt^ [i] = ' ') do
i := Pred (i);
if i = 1 then
exit; {This means the line is entirely blank}
j := 1;
while (Lp^.Txt^ [j] = ' ') do {Trim leading spaces}
j := Succ(j);
if j > 1 then
begin
move (Lp^.Txt^ [j], Lp^.Txt^ [1], Succ(Lp^.BuffLen - j));
fillchar (Lp^.Txt^ [Lp^.Bufflen - j + 2], Pred(j), ' ');
i := Succ(i - j);
end;

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

j := 2;
while j < (i-1) do
begin
if (Lp^.Txt^ [Succ (j)] = ' ') and (Lp^.Txt^ [j] = ' ') then
begin {We found at least two spaces in a row}
move (Lp^.Txt^ [Succ (j)], Lp^.Txt^ [j], i - j);
Lp^.Txt^ [i] := ' ';
i := Pred(i); {Goal has shifted to the left one col}
end
else












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j := Succ(j); {Just a single space}
end;
end; {EditCompressLine of EditReformat}

procedure EditShiftLine (Lp : Plinedesc);
{ Ensures that the text in the buffer pointed
to by the argument has spaces in columns to
the left of Lmargin. That makes the other
procedures easier to write. }

var
i : integer;

begin {EditShiftLine of EditReformat}
with Curwin^ do
if Lmargin > Lp^.BuffLen then
if not EditSizeline (Lp, Lmargin) then
begin
EditErrormsg (35);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;
i := 1;
with Curwin^ do
while (i < Lmargin) and (Lp^.Txt^ [i] = ' ') do
i := Succ (i);
if Lp^.Txt^ [i] = ' ' then
exit; {Stuff before Lmargin is spaces}
if not EditSizeline(Lp, Lp^.BuffLen + Curwin^.Lmargin - i) then
begin
EditErrormsg (35);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT


with Curwin^ do
move (Lp^.Txt^ [i], Lp^.Txt^ [Lmargin], Lp^.BuffLen - Lmargin + i);
Fillchar (Lp^.Txt^ [1], Pred (Curwin^.Lmargin), ' ')
end; {EditShiftLine of EditReformat}













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procedure EditLongline;
{ Handles the case where the current line contains
too much text for the current margins. Here we
chop off the offending text and make a new line
for it, which in turn will be reformatted. It's
here that we have to worry about words too long
for current margins. }
begin {EditLongline}
Pcol := Curwin^.Rmargin;
if p^.Txt^ [Curwin^.Rmargin] = ' ' then
while (p^.Txt^ [Pcol] = ' ') and (Pcol < p^.BuffLen) do
Pcol := Succ (Pcol)
else
begin
while (p^.Txt^ [Pcol] <> ' ') and (Pcol > Curwin^.Lmargin) do
Pcol := Pred (Pcol);
if (Pcol = Curwin^.Lmargin) and (p^.Txt^ [Pcol] <> ' ') then
begin
EditErrormsg (25);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;
Pcol := Succ (Pcol);
end;
q := p^.Fwdlink; {q points to line that was
originally after p, if any}
p^.Fwdlink := EditMaktxtdes(Succ(Curwin^.Lmargin + Endcol - Pcol));
if p^.Fwdlink = nil then { make new line for overflow }
begin
EditErrormsg (35);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

p^.Fwdlink^.Fwdlink := q;
p^.Fwdlink^.Backlink := p;
if q <> nil then
q^.Backlink := p^.FwdLink;
with Curwin^ do
Move (p^.Txt^ [Pcol], p^.Fwdlink^.Txt^ [Lmargin],
Endcol - Pcol + 1);












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Fillchar (p^.Txt^ [Pcol], Succ (Endcol - Pcol), ' ');
p := p^.Fwdlink; {point p at line we just created.
q is next line, if any}
end; {EditLongline of EditReformat}

procedure EditShortline;
{ Handles the case where p points to a line
shorter than Rmargin. That means we have to
attempt to move some of the text from the line
pointed to by q into the current line. If q is
nil or that line is spacefilled, we stop the
reformat. }

var
r : Plinedesc;
i : integer;

begin {EditShortline of EditReformat}
if q = nil then
begin
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;
if EmptyLine(q) then
begin
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;
i := Curwin^.Lmargin;
while (i < Pred(Curwin^.Lmargin + Curwin^.Rmargin - Endcol)) and
(q^.Txt^ [i] <> ' ') do
i := Succ (i);
if (q^.Txt^ [i] <> ' ') then
begin {Word wouldn't fit, so advance to next line}
p := p^.Fwdlink;
if p = q then q := q^.Fwdlink;
end

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

else
if not EditSizeline (p, Succ (Endcol + i - Curwin^.Lmargin)) then
begin












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EditErrormsg (35);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end
else
begin {Bring up a word from q}
Move (q^.Txt^ [Curwin^.Lmargin], p^.Txt^ [Endcol + 2],
i - Curwin^.Lmargin);
Fillchar (q^.Txt^ [Curwin^.Lmargin], i - Curwin^.Lmargin, ' ');
if EmptyLine(q) then { Delete q if now empty }
begin
if q^.Backlink = nil then
begin
Reformatting := False;
exit;
end
else
if q^.Fwdlink = nil then
begin
q^.Backlink^.Fwdlink := nil;
EditDelline (q);
Reformatting := false;
exit;
end;
q^.Backlink^.Fwdlink := q^.Fwdlink;
q^.Fwdlink^.Backlink := q^.Backlink;
r := q^.Fwdlink;
EditDelline (q);
q := r;
end;
end;
end; {EditShortline of EditReformat}

begin {EditReformat}
EditUpdphyscr; {Print "wait" on command line}
with Curwin^ do
begin
if EmptyLine(CurLine) then
begin {If this line is empty,}
EditDownline; {go to next line and quit}
Colno := 1;
exit;
end;












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REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

EditChangeFlag := true;
p := Curline;
Pcol := Colno;
q := Curline^.Fwdlink;
Reformatting := true; {Any routine turns this off to quit}
while Reformatting do
begin
Curline := p;
Colno := Pcol;
EditCompressLine (p); {Delete multiple space areas from line}
EditShiftLine (p); {Start it at Lmargin}
if q <> nil then
begin
EditCompressLine (q);
EditShiftLine (q)
end;
Endcol := p^.BuffLen; {Determine if it's too long or short}
while (Endcol > Lmargin) and (p^.Txt^ [Endcol] = ' ') do
Endcol := Pred (Endcol);
if Endcol > Rmargin then
EditLongline
else
if Endcol < Rmargin then
EditShortline
else
begin
p := p^.Fwdlink;
if q = p then q := q^.Fwdlink
end;
if p = nil then
Reformatting := false
else
if EmptyLine(p) then
Reformatting := false
else
if Abortcmd then
Reformatting := false;
end;
if Curline^.FwdLink <> nil then
begin
Curline := Curline^.FwdLink;












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Colno := 1;
end

REPLACE EDITREFORMAT

else
EditEndLine;
end; {with}
UpdCurFlag := true;
EditRealign; {We've really changed things}
end; {EditReformat}


6. Save the new version of the procedure EditReformat to a file by doing
a block write.
7. Load the file CMD.MS into the TURBO editor and comment out the old
version of the procedure EditReformat. (See step 4)
8. Read in the new version of the procedure EditReformat by doing a
block read.

UNDERLINE ON/OFF TOGGLE

The changes to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this handout enable
you to print underlined text after the underline attribute has been turned
on then back off.

The routine to be modified is called:

procedure Translate (var Ch : char);

This routine exists in the file:

PRINT.MS - MicroStar Source diskette


The modified code is listed in the routine below with a comment
at the end of the line: { Ver. 1.01A - ... }.

NOTES:

1. These modifications will update Turbo Editor Toolbox to version 1.01A.
Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the files:













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MS.PAS, and PRINT.MS. Also, update the copy-right message for
MicroStar in MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes, do NOT
modify your master diskettes.


UNDERLINE ON/OFF TOGGLE


The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modifications:

1. Load the file PRINT.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the procedure, translate,

Change from:
.
.
.
19: if UndScore then { Underlining toggle }
begin
Ch := #27;
pushchar(#0);
pushchar('-');
end
else
.
.
.

Change to:
.
.
.
19: if UndScore then { Underlining toggle }
begin
Ch := #27;
pushchar(#0);
pushchar('-');
UndScore := false; { Ver. 1.01A Addition }
end

else












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.
.
.


FLUSH PRINTER BUFFER

The following modifications cause the printer buffer to be flushed
after finding the end of a print file. This ensures that the last line
of a file will be printed even if it has not been terminated with a
return.

The routines to be modified are called:

procedure Translate
procedure PrintChar

In the file PRINT.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

1. Load the file PRINT.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the procedure Translate

Change from:
.
.
.
end;
end {case}
end; {Translate}

Change to:
.
.
.
end;
26: begin { ver. 1.01A addition }
Ch := #13; { ver. 1.01A addition }
pushchar(#10); { ver. 1.01A addition }
end; { ver. 1.01A addition }
end {case}
end; {Translate}














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FLUSH PRINTER BUFFER

3. In the procedure PrintChar

Change from:
.
.
.
if PrintBufferPtr = 128 then
begin
if eof(PrintFile) then { if end of source then call }


Change to:
.
.
.
if (PrintBufferPtr = 128) or { if buffer is empty then }
{ ver. 1.01A modification }
(PrintBuffer[PrintBufferPtr] = #0) then { ver. 1.01A addition }
begin
fillchar(PrintBuffer,sizeof(PrintBuffer),#0);
{ ver. 1.01A addition }
if eof(PrintFile) then { if end of source then call }

4. In the procedure PrintChar

Delete the following statements:

if ch = #$1A then { check for end of file }
{ ver. 1.01A deletion }
begin { ver. 1.01A deletion }
PrintExit; { ver. 1.01A deletion }
exit; { ver. 1.01A deletion }
end; { ver. 1.01A deletion }

5. Exit the Turbo Pascal editor and save the file.


TAB PATCH

This patch enables the tab function to operate correctly when the cursor
is in Tabposition -1.












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NOTE: The modifications to the code are connoted by the comment:

{ Ver. 1.01A Modification }

The routine to be modified is called:

procedure Edittab

The routine is located in the files:

CMD.ED, - .COM Files, Toolbox Source Diskette
FASTCMD.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

1. Load the file CMD.ED into the editor.
2. In the procedure Edittab:

Change from:

with Curwin^ do
begin
c := (Colno div Tabsize) * Tabsize + Succ (Tabsize);
if (Insertflag = Typeover) or (Colno > Curline^.BuffLen) then

Change to:

with Curwin^ do
begin
c := (pred(Colno) div Tabsize) * Tabsize + Succ (Tabsize);
{ Ver. 1.01A Modification }
if (Insertflag = Typeover) or (Colno > Curline^.BuffLen)
then

3. Load the file FASTCMD.MS into the editor and repeat step 2.

MEMORY ALLOCATION UPDATE

The following patch prevents extra space from being allocated at the end
of a line when a carriage return is inserted in the middle of a line.

The routine to be modified is called:

procedure EditNewLine;













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This routine is in the file:

CMD.ED - .COM files, Toolbox Source Diskette
FASTCMD.ED - MicroStar Source Diskette

The modifications to the code below are indicated by a comment at the end
of the line:

{ Ver. 1.01A modification }


1. Load the file CMD.ED into your Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the procedure EditNewLine.

Change from:
while (c > 1) and (p^.Txt^ [c] = ' ') do c := Pred (c);
L := Succ (p^.BuffLen - Colno);
if L < 1 then L := 1;

Change to:
while (c > 1) and (p^.Txt^ [c] = ' ') do c := Pred (c);
L := Succ (c - Colno); { ver. 1.01A modification }
if L < 1 then L := 1;

3. Exit the editor and save the file.
4. Load the file FASTCMD.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor and repeat
steps 2 and 3.


SCREEN RESTORE UPDATE

The change to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section enables
Microstar to restore the screen after escaping from the copy file
command.

The routine to be modified is called:

overlay procedure CopyFile;

This routine is in the file:

MSCMD.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette













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The modifications to the code below are indicated by a comment at
the end of the line:

{ Ver. 1.01A - modification }


NOTES:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the
files: MS.PAS, MSCMD.MS, and the copyright message for MicroStar in
MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskette - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.

SCREEN RESTORE UPDATE

The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modification:

1. Load the file MSCMD.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.

2. In the procedure Copyfile, Change from:
.
.
.

If Target = #27 then Target := '';
if (Target = '') or (Target = Source) then
exit;

MenuColor := WLowColor; { valid target file, already exists? }
.
.
.

Change to:
.
.
.

If Target = #27 then Target := '';












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if (Target = '') or (Target = Source) then
begin { vs 1.01A addition }
RestoreWindow(cl,ln,wd,hg); { vs 1.01A addition }

exit;
end; { vs 1.01A addition }
MenuColor := WLowColor; { valid target file, already exists? }
.
.
.

ERASE STRING UPDATE

The change to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section enables
MicroStar to erase a string correctly when the first character is
entered for a new string.

The routine to be modified is called:

function GetString;

This routine is in the file:

SCREEN.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

The modifications to the code below are indicated by a comment at
the end of the line:

{ Ver. 1.01A - modification }


NOTES:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the
files: MS.PAS, SCREEN.MS, and the copyright message for MicroStar in
MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.

ERASE STRING UPDATE













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The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modification:

1. Load the file SCREEN.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the function GetStringChange from:
.
.
.
if (ch in CharFilter) and (byte(St[0]) < Maxlen) then
begin { check that character is legal }
if newstr then
.
.
.


Change to:
.
.
.
if (ch in CharFilter) then {vs 1.01A modification}
if (byte(St[0]) < Maxlen) or NewStr then {vs 1.01A addition}
begin { check that character is legal }
if newstr then
.
.
.


ACCEPTING PATH NAMES

The change to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section enables
Microstar to accept path names when specifying a file to print.

The routine to be modified is called:

overlay procedure Printinit;

This routine is in the file:

MSCMD.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

The modifications to the code below are indicated by a comment at












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the end of the line:

{ Ver. 1.01A - modification }


NOTES:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the
files: MS.PAS, MSCMD.MS, and the copyright message for MicroStar in
MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.


ACCEPTING PATH NAMES

The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modification:

1. Load the file MSCMD.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.

2. In the procedure PrintInit, Change from
.
.
.
SetmemAddress(cl + 2, ln + 1);
Writestring(prompt);
CharFilter := ['0'..'9','..'Z',':','.','_','$'];
MenuColor := WNormColor;
PrintFilename := GetString(cl + 27,ln + 1,40,PrintFilename,true);

Change to:
.
.
.
SetmemAddress(cl + 2, ln + 1);
Writestring(prompt);
CharFilter := ['0'..'9','..'Z',':','.','_','$','\','_'];
{ vs 1.01A modification }
MenuColor := WNormColor;
PrintFilename := GetString(cl + 27,ln + 1,40,PrintFileName,true);













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TITLE : UPDATE TO VERSION 1.01A




WORD WRAP UPDATE

The change to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section
prevents MicroStar from losing the second half of a line when the left and
right margins are set and word wrap is on.

The routine to be modified is called:

overlay procedure EditCenterLine;

This routine is in the file:

OCMD.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

There is only one modification to be made to the code below. It is listed
with a comment at the end of the line:

{ Ver. 1.01A - modification }


NOTES:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the
files: MS.PAS, FIRST-ED.PAS, OCMD.MS, and the copywrite message for
MicroStar in MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.

The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modification:

1. Load the file OCMD.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the procedure EditCenterLine, Change from:

.
.
.
Disp := Succ((Llen - Tlen) div 2);
if not EditSizeline(Curline,Succ(Disp + Tlen)) then
begin













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WORD WRAP UPDATE
.
.
.
Change to:
.
.
.
Disp := Succ((Llen - Tlen) div 2);
if not EditSizeline(Curline,Succ(Disp + Llen)) then
{ Ver. 1.01A - Modification }
begin
.
.
.

INDENT TEXT UPDATE

The changes to Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section enable
the Turbo Editor Toolbox to correctly indent text when the left margin has
been set and a is inserted in the middle of a line.

The routine to be modified is called:

procedure EditNewLine;

This routine is in two files:

FASTCMD.MS - Microstar Source Diskette
CMD.ED - .COM files, Toolbox Source Diskette

The modified lines of code are listed in the routine below with a comment
at the end of the line (Ver. 1.01A - ...). The comment indicates when the
code is an addition, deletion, or a modification.


NOTES:


1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the
files: MS.PAS, FIRST-ED.PAS, FASTCMD.MS, CMD.ED and the copywrite
message for Microstar in MS.PAS.












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2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.

INDENT TEXT

The following are step-by-step instructions for making the modfications:

1. Load the file CMD.ED into the Turbo Pascal editor.

2. In the procedure EditNewLine, Change from:
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L := Succ (p^.BuffLen - Colno);
if L < 1 then L := 1;
if not EditSizeline (Curline, L) then
begin
EditErrormsg (35);
EditRealign;
exit
end;

if c >= Colno then
begin
Move (p^.Txt^ [Colno], Curline^.Txt^ [l], L);
Fillchr (p^.Txt^ [Colno], L, ' ')
end;
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Change to:
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L := Succ (C - Colno); {Ver. 1.01A Modification}
if L < 1 then L := 1;
if not EditSizeline(Curline,L + Lmargin) then { Ver.
1.01A - modification }
Begin
EditErrormsg (35);
EditRealign;
exit
end;












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if c >= Colno then

INDENT TEXT

begin
fillchar(Curline^.txt^[1],L + Lmargin,' '); {Ver.
1.01A - addition }
Move(p^.Txt^ [Colno], Curline^.Txt^ [Lmargin], L);
{Ver. 1.01A - modification }
Fillchar (p^.Txt^ [Colno], L, ' ')
end;

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.
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3. Load the file FASTCMD.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
4. Repeat step 2

BLOCK COPY HEAP CORRUPTION UPDATE

The changes to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this section are to
prevent the corruption of the heap when doing a block copy.

The routine to be modified is called:

procedure EditBlockCopy

This routine is in two files:

KCMD.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette
KCMD.ED .COM files, Toolbox Source Diskette

The modified lines of code are listed in the routine below with a comment
at the end of the line (Ver. 1.01A - ...). The comment indicates when the
code is an addition, deletion, or a modification.


NOTES:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the













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files: MS.PAS, FIRST-ED.PAS, KCMD.ED, KCMD.MS and the copywrite
message for MicroStar in MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.


The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modifications:

1. Load the file KCMD.ED into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. In the procedure EditBlockCopy, Change from:
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.

BLOCK COPY HEAP CORRUPTION UPDATE

with Curwin^ do
begin
Match := true;
for i := 1 to Curline^.Bufflen do
if Curline^.Txt^ [i] <> ' ' then Match := false;
if (Curline^.Backlink = nil) and
(Curline^.Fwdlink = nil) and Match then

begin { copy first record }
Move (p^.Txt^, Curline^.Txt^, p^.Bufflen);
Curline^.Fwdlink := p^.Fwdlink;
Curline^.Flags := p^.Flags;
u := p^.Fwdlink;
EditDestxtdes (p);
if u <> nil then
u^.Backlink := Curline
end

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Change to:
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with Curwin^ do
begin
Match := true;
for i := 1 to Curline^.Bufflen do
if Curline^.Txt^ [i] <> ' ' then Match := false;
if (Curline^.Backlink = nil) and
Curline^.Fwdlink = nil) and Match then
begin { copy first record}
if EditSizeLine(Curline,p^.Bufflen) then { Ver.
1.01A - Addition }
begin
Move (p^.Txt^, Curline^.Txt^, p^.Bufflen);
Curline^.Fwdlink := p^.Fwdlink;
Curline^.Flags := p^.Flags;
u := p^.Fwdlink:
EditDestxtdes (p)
if u <> nil then
u^.Backlink := Curline;
end { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }

BLOCK COPY HEAP CORRUPTION UPDATE

else { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }
begin { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }
EditErrormsg (35); { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }
exit; { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }
end; { Ver. 1.01A - Addition }
end
.
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3. Load the file KCMD.MS into the Editor.
4. Repeat step 2.



PREVENTS FILE TRUCATION WHEN PRINTING

The changes to the ETBX in this section prevent MicroStar from truncating
the end of a file when it is printed.














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The modified lines of code are listed in the routines below with a comment
at the end of the line {Ver. 1.01A - ...}. The comment indicates when the
code is an addition deletion or modification.

Notes:

1. These modifications will update the Turbo Editor Toolbox to version
1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version numbers of the files:
MS.PAS, VARS.MS, MSCMD.MS, PRINT.MS and the copywrite message for
MicroStar in MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes - do NOT
modify your master diskettes.

1. Load the file VARS.MS into the TURBO PASCAL editor.

2. Add a global variable to the file:

PrintFileSize : real; { Ver. 1.01A Addition }

3. Save the file VARS.MS and Load the file MSCMD.MS into the
editor.

4. At line 40 in the code:

Change from:
Reset(PrintFile);

Change to:
Reset(PrintFile,1); { Ver. 1.01A Modification }

5. At line 45 in the code insert the statement:

PrintFileSize := LongFileSize(PrintFile);


6. Save the file MSCMD.MS and Load the file PRINT.MS into the editor.

7. At line 137 in the code:

PREVENTS END OF FILE TRUCATION WHEN PRINTING

Change from:












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BlockRead(PrintFile, PrintBuffer, 1);

Change to:
if PrintFileSize >= 128 then {Ver. 1.01A Addition}
begin
blockread(PrintFile,PrintBuffer,128); {Ver. 1.01A Modification}
PrintFileSize := PrintFileSize - 128; {Ver. 1.01A Addition}
end {Ver. 1.01A Addition}
else {Ver. 1.01A Addition}
blockread(PrintFile,PrintBuffer,trunc(PrintFileSize));
{Ver. 1.01A Addition}

SAVING TEXT FORMAT SETTINGS

The changes to the Turbo Editor Toolbox described in this handout
correct the Save Default Settings command so that MicroStar will
properly initialize the settings the user saves.

The routine to be modified is called:

function EditCrewindow(Top:integer;Len:integer;Fn:varstring;
Cr:integer;Cc:integer):Pwindesc;

This routine exists in the file:

USER.MS - MicroStar Source Diskette

The modified lines of code are listed in the routine below with a comment
at the end of the line: { Ver. 1.01A - ... }. The comment indicates when
the code is an addition, a deletion, or a modification.

NOTES:

1. These modifications will update Turbo Editor Toolbox to
version 1.01A. Therefore, you need to update the version
numbers of the files: MS.PAS, and USER.MS. Also, update the
copy-right message for MicroStar in MS.PAS.

2. Make these modifications on a COPY of the master diskettes,
do NOT modify your master diskettes.

The following are step-by-step instructions for making the
modifications:












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1. Load the file USER.MS into the Turbo Pascal editor.
2. Modify the code: .pa

SAVING DAFAULT TEXT FORMAT SETTINGS

In the function EditCreWindows, Change from:
.
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Filename := Fn;
Insertflag := Insert;
WW := false;
AI := false;
Firstlineno := Top;
.
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Change To:
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Filename := Fn;
Insertflag := InsFlag(InsertDef); { modified ver. 1.01A }
WW := WordWpDef; { modified ver. 1.01A }
AI := AutoInDef; { modified ver. 1.01A }
Firstlineno := Top;
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