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;;; device.el --- miscellaneous device functions not written in C

;; Copyright (C) 1994-5, 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) 1995, 1996 Ben Wing

;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: internal, dumped

;; This file is part of XEmacs.

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;;; Synched up with: Not in FSF.

;;; Commentary:

;; This file is dumped with XEmacs.

;;; Code:

(defun device-list ()
  "Return a list of all devices."
  (apply 'nconc (mapcar 'console-device-list (console-list))))

(defun device-type (&optional device)
  "Return the type of the specified device (e.g. `x' or `tty').
This is equivalent to the type of the device's console.
Value is `tty' for a tty device (a character-only terminal),
`x' for a device that is a screen on an X display,
`ns' for a device that is a NeXTstep connection (not yet implemented),
`mswindows' for a device that is a Windows or Windows NT connection,
`pc' for a device that is a direct-write MS-DOS screen (not yet implemented),
`stream' for a stream device (which acts like a stdio stream), and
`dead' for a deleted device."
  (or device (setq device (selected-device)))
  (if (not (device-live-p device)) 'dead
    (console-type (device-console device))))

(defun make-tty-device (&optional tty terminal-type controlling-process)
  "Create a new device on TTY.
  TTY should be the name of a tty device file (e.g. \"/dev/ttyp3\" under
SunOS et al.), as returned by the `tty' command.  A value of nil means
use the stdin and stdout as passed to XEmacs from the shell.
  If TERMINAL-TYPE is non-nil, it should be a string specifying the
type of the terminal attached to the specified tty.  If it is nil,
the terminal type will be inferred from the TERM environment variable.
  If CONTROLLING-PROCESS is non-nil, it should be an integer
specifying the process id of the process in control of the specified tty.  If
it is nil, it is assumes to be the value returned by emacs-pid."
  (make-device 'tty tty (list 'terminal-type terminal-type 
			      'controlling-process controlling-process)))

(defun make-x-device (&optional display)
  "Create a new device connected to DISPLAY."
  (make-device 'x display))

(defun make-mswindows-device ()
  "Create a new mswindows device."
  (make-device 'mswindows nil))

(defun device-on-window-system-p (&optional device)
  "Return non-nil if DEVICE is on a window system.
This generally means that there is support for the mouse, the menubar,
the toolbar, glyphs, etc."
  (or device (setq device (selected-device)))
  (console-on-window-system-p (device-console device)))

(defalias 'valid-device-type-p 'valid-console-type-p)
(defalias 'device-type-list 'console-type-list)
(defalias 'device-pixel-depth 'device-bitplanes)

;;; device.el ends here