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authorMichael Drake <tlsa@netsurf-browser.org>2012-10-02 14:16:39 +0100
committerMichael Drake <tlsa@netsurf-browser.org>2012-10-02 14:16:39 +0100
commite8312277a5242d18486639b41b1b738b7b9b5b47 (patch)
tree28c991a1260fabbd2caebfabedeaa1cd28dd45c0 /riscos
parent2f1ca751d66cbb2f027e9acdf24725efacd8023a (diff)
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Import RISC OS distribution stuff. (3rd party modules, etc.)
Diffstat (limited to 'riscos')
-rw-r--r--riscos/Makefile.target2
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Boot,feb5
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Help1
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Run,feb5
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites,ff9bin0 -> 5780 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites11,ff9bin0 -> 11132 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites22,ff9bin0 -> 7324 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Acorn/Latin1bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/CentEurobin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Cyrillicbin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Romanbin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Ukrainianbin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/BigFivebin0 -> 29516 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C0/40[ISO646]bin0 -> 64 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C1/43[IS6429]bin0 -> 64 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/40[646old]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/41[646-GB]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/42[646IRV]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/43[FinSwe]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/47[646-SE]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/48[646-SE]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/49[JS201K]1
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4A[JS201R]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4B[646-DE]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4C[646-PT]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/54[GB1988]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/56[Teltxt]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/59[646-IT]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/5A[646-ES]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/60[646-NO]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/66[646-FR]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/69[646-HU]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/6B[Arabic]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/6C[IS6937]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/7A[SerbCr]bin0 -> 188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/40[JS6226]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/41[GB2312]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/42[JIS208]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/43[KS1001]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/44[JIS212]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/47[CNS1]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/48[CNS2]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/49[CNS3]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/4A[CNS4]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/4B[CNS5]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/4C[CNS6]bin0 -> 17672 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94x94/4D[CNS7]2
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/41[Lat1]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/42[Lat2]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/43[Lat3]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/44[Lat4]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/46[Greek]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/47[Arabic]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/48[Hebrew]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/4C[Cyrill]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/4D[Lat5]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/50[LatSup]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/52[IS6937]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/54[Thai]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/56[Lat6]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/58[L6Sami]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/59[Lat7]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/5C[Welsh]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/5D[Sami]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/5E[Hebrew]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/5F[Lat8]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/62[Lat9]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G96/66[Lat10]bin0 -> 192 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/KOI8-Rbin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1250bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1251bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1252bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1253bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1254bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP1256bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP866bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP874bin0 -> 256 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Microsoft/CP932bin0 -> 996 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Files/Aliases303
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!System/310/Modules/Iconv,ffabin0 -> 57476 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!System/310/Modules/Network/URI,ffabin0 -> 9188 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!System/310/Modules/SharedULib,ffabin0 -> 2852 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/!System/310/Modules/Tinct,ffabin0 -> 25680 bytes
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/AcornURI/!ReadMe34
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/AcornURI/Copying504
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/ReadMe45
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/API132
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/ChangeLog107
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/Uni-iconv204
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/SharedULib/Copyright761
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Tinct/!Help304
-rw-r--r--riscos/distribution/ReadMe61
92 files changed, 2470 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/riscos/Makefile.target b/riscos/Makefile.target
index 2dd246a54..87bf65b2f 100644
--- a/riscos/Makefile.target
+++ b/riscos/Makefile.target
@@ -120,6 +120,6 @@ netsurf.zip: $(EXETARGET)
$(eval $@_TMPDIR := $(shell mktemp -d))
$(Q) $(RM) $@
rsync --archive --verbose $(CURDIR)/!NetSurf $($@_TMPDIR)
- mv $($@_TMPDIR)/!NetSurf/ReadMe $($@_TMPDIR)
+ mv $($@_TMPDIR)/riscos/distribution/ReadMe $($@_TMPDIR)
cd $($@_TMPDIR) && /opt/netsurf/arm-unknown-riscos/env/bin/zip -9vr\, $(CURDIR)/$@ *
$(Q) $(RM) -rf $($@_TMPDIR)
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Boot,feb b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Boot,feb
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..7c0c46241
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Boot,feb
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+| Unicode Boot file
+|
+Set Unicode$Dir <Obey$Dir>
+SetMacro Unicode$Path <Unicode$Dir>.,Resources:$.Resources.Unicode.
+IconSprites Unicode:!Sprites
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Help b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Help
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..8c0488185
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Help
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+This application contains resources for Unicode support in applications.
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Run,feb b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Run,feb
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..bd70e96ac
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Run,feb
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+| Unicode Run file
+|
+Set Unicode$Dir <Obey$Dir>
+SetMacro Unicode$Path <Unicode$Dir>.,Resources:$.Resources.Unicode.
+IconSprites Unicode:!Sprites
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites,ff9 b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites,ff9
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..3eb5b44b7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites,ff9
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites11,ff9 b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites11,ff9
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..48986b41e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites11,ff9
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites22,ff9 b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites22,ff9
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..63a6e6122
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/!Sprites22,ff9
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Acorn/Latin1 b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Acorn/Latin1
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..bdf5d3b67
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Acorn/Latin1
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/CentEuro b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/CentEuro
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..5ab69ff2e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/CentEuro
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Cyrillic b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Cyrillic
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..670fd6cdc
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Cyrillic
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Roman b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Roman
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..254579e2c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Roman
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Ukrainian b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Ukrainian
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..a220587ba
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/Apple/Ukrainian
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/BigFive b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/BigFive
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..c659cef19
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/BigFive
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C0/40[ISO646] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C0/40[ISO646]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..cd92b5486
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C0/40[ISO646]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C1/43[IS6429] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C1/43[IS6429]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..74002a168
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/C1/43[IS6429]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/40[646old] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/40[646old]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..00e2d1096
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/40[646old]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/41[646-GB] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/41[646-GB]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..c293f93d6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/41[646-GB]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/42[646IRV] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/42[646IRV]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..e0b4bcadb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/42[646IRV]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/43[FinSwe] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/43[FinSwe]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..7d4646905
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/43[FinSwe]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/47[646-SE] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/47[646-SE]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..a6b091a22
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/47[646-SE]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/48[646-SE] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/48[646-SE]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..9bd24ab29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/48[646-SE]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/49[JS201K] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/49[JS201K]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..20ce8d498
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/49[JS201K]
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { | } ~  А Б В Г Д Е Ж З И Й К Л М Н О П Р С Т У Ф Х Ц Ч Ш Щ Ъ Ы Ь Э Ю Я                                                                \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4A[JS201R] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4A[JS201R]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..21d2a479b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4A[JS201R]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4B[646-DE] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4B[646-DE]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..a2e284e1b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4B[646-DE]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4C[646-PT] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4C[646-PT]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..e076e2517
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/4C[646-PT]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/54[GB1988] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/54[GB1988]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..3b43719ce
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/54[GB1988]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/56[Teltxt] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/56[Teltxt]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..73ce49e17
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/56[Teltxt]
Binary files differ
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/59[646-IT] b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/59[646-IT]
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..f1ae81962
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/!Boot/Resources/!Unicode/Encodings/ISO2022/G94/59[646-IT]
Binary files differ
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+# > Unicode:Files.Aliases
+# Mapping of character set encoding names to their canonical form
+#
+# Lines starting with a '#' are comments, blank lines are ignored.
+#
+# Based on http://www.iana.org/assignments/character-sets and
+# http://www.iana.org/assignments/ianacharset-mib
+#
+# Canonical Form MIBenum Aliases...
+#
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+ISO-10646-UTF-1 27 csISO10646UTF1
+ISO_646.basic:1983 28 ref csISO646basic1983
+INVARIANT 29 csINVARIANT
+ISO_646.irv:1983 30 iso-ir-2 irv csISO2IntlRefVersion
+BS_4730 20 iso-ir-4 ISO646-GB gb uk csISO4UnitedKingdom
+NATS-SEFI 31 iso-ir-8-1 csNATSSEFI
+NATS-SEFI-ADD 32 iso-ir-8-2 csNATSSEFIADD
+NATS-DANO 33 iso-ir-9-1 csNATSDANO
+NATS-DANO-ADD 34 iso-ir-9-2 csNATSDANOADD
+SEN_850200_B 35 iso-ir-10 FI ISO646-FI ISO646-SE se csISO10Swedish
+SEN_850200_C 21 iso-ir-11 ISO646-SE2 se2 csISO11SwedishForNames
+KS_C_5601-1987 36 iso-ir-149 KS_C_5601-1989 KSC_5601 korean csKSC56011987
+ISO-2022-KR 37 csISO2022KR
+EUC-KR 38 csEUCKR EUCKR
+ISO-2022-JP 39 csISO2022JP
+ISO-2022-JP-2 40 csISO2022JP2
+ISO-2022-CN 104
+ISO-2022-CN-EXT 105
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+JIS_C6220-1969-ro 42 iso-ir-14 jp ISO646-JP csISO14JISC6220ro
+IT 22 iso-ir-15 ISO646-IT csISO15Italian
+PT 43 iso-ir-16 ISO646-PT csISO16Portuguese
+ES 23 iso-ir-17 ISO646-ES csISO17Spanish
+greek7-old 44 iso-ir-18 csISO18Greek7Old
+latin-greek 45 iso-ir-19 csISO19LatinGreek
+DIN_66003 24 iso-ir-21 de ISO646-DE csISO21German
+NF_Z_62-010_(1973) 46 iso-ir-25 ISO646-FR1 csISO25French
+Latin-greek-1 47 iso-ir-27 csISO27LatinGreek1
+ISO_5427 48 iso-ir-37 csISO5427Cyrillic
+JIS_C6226-1978 49 iso-ir-42 csISO42JISC62261978
+BS_viewdata 50 iso-ir-47 csISO47BSViewdata
+INIS 51 iso-ir-49 csISO49INIS
+INIS-8 52 iso-ir-50 csISO50INIS8
+INIS-cyrillic 53 iso-ir-51 csISO51INISCyrillic
+ISO_5427:1981 54 iso-ir-54 ISO5427Cyrillic1981
+ISO_5428:1980 55 iso-ir-55 csISO5428Greek
+GB_1988-80 56 iso-ir-57 cn ISO646-CN csISO57GB1988
+GB_2312-80 57 iso-ir-58 chinese csISO58GB231280
+NS_4551-1 25 iso-ir-60 ISO646-NO no csISO60DanishNorwegian csISO60Norwegian1
+NS_4551-2 58 ISO646-NO2 iso-ir-61 no2 csISO61Norwegian2
+NF_Z_62-010 26 iso-ir-69 ISO646-FR fr csISO69French
+videotex-suppl 59 iso-ir-70 csISO70VideotexSupp1
+PT2 60 iso-ir-84 ISO646-PT2 csISO84Portuguese2
+ES2 61 iso-ir-85 ISO646-ES2 csISO85Spanish2
+MSZ_7795.3 62 iso-ir-86 ISO646-HU hu csISO86Hungarian
+JIS_C6226-1983 63 iso-ir-87 x0208 JIS_X0208-1983 csISO87JISX0208
+greek7 64 iso-ir-88 csISO88Greek7
+ASMO_449 65 ISO_9036 arabic7 iso-ir-89 csISO89ASMO449
+iso-ir-90 66 csISO90
+JIS_C6229-1984-a 67 iso-ir-91 jp-ocr-a csISO91JISC62291984a
+JIS_C6229-1984-b 68 iso-ir-92 ISO646-JP-OCR-B jp-ocr-b csISO92JISC62991984b
+JIS_C6229-1984-b-add 69 iso-ir-93 jp-ocr-b-add csISO93JIS62291984badd
+JIS_C6229-1984-hand 70 iso-ir-94 jp-ocr-hand csISO94JIS62291984hand
+JIS_C6229-1984-hand-add 71 iso-ir-95 jp-ocr-hand-add csISO95JIS62291984handadd
+JIS_C6229-1984-kana 72 iso-ir-96 csISO96JISC62291984kana
+ISO_2033-1983 73 iso-ir-98 e13b csISO2033
+ANSI_X3.110-1983 74 iso-ir-99 CSA_T500-1983 NAPLPS csISO99NAPLPS
+ISO-8859-1 4 iso-ir-100 ISO_8859-1 ISO_8859-1:1987 latin1 l1 IBM819 CP819 csISOLatin1 8859_1 ISO8859-1
+ISO-8859-2 5 iso-ir-101 ISO_8859-2 ISO_8859-2:1987 latin2 l2 csISOLatin2 8859_2 ISO8859-2
+T.61-7bit 75 iso-ir-102 csISO102T617bit
+T.61-8bit 76 T.61 iso-ir-103 csISO103T618bit
+ISO-8859-3 6 iso-ir-109 ISO_8859-3 ISO_8859-3:1988 latin3 l3 csISOLatin3 8859_3 ISO8859-3
+ISO-8859-4 7 iso-ir-110 ISO_8859-4 ISO_8859-4:1988 latin4 l4 csISOLatin4 8859_4 ISO8859-4
+ECMA-cyrillic 77 iso-ir-111 KOI8-E csISO111ECMACyrillic
+CSA_Z243.4-1985-1 78 iso-ir-121 ISO646-CA csa7-1 ca csISO121Canadian1
+CSA_Z243.4-1985-2 79 iso-ir-122 ISO646-CA2 csa7-2 csISO122Canadian2
+CSA_Z243.4-1985-gr 80 iso-ir-123 csISO123CSAZ24341985gr
+ISO-8859-6 9 iso-ir-127 ISO_8859-6 ISO_8859-6:1987 ECMA-114 ASMO-708 arabic csISOLatinArabic
+ISO-8859-6-E 81 csISO88596E ISO_8859-6-E
+ISO-8859-6-I 82 csISO88596I ISO_8859-6-I
+ISO-8859-7 10 iso-ir-126 ISO_8859-7 ISO_8859-7:1987 ELOT_928 ECMA-118 greek greek8 csISOLatinGreek 8859_7 ISO8859-7
+T.101-G2 83 iso-ir-128 csISO128T101G2
+ISO-8859-8 11 iso-ir-138 ISO_8859-8 ISO_8859-8:1988 hebrew csISOLatinHebrew 8859_8 ISO8859-8
+ISO-8859-8-E 84 csISO88598E ISO_8859-8-E
+ISO-8859-8-I 85 csISO88598I ISO_8859-8-I
+CSN_369103 86 iso-ir-139 csISO139CSN369103
+JUS_I.B1.002 87 iso-ir-141 ISO646-YU js yu csISO141JUSIB1002
+ISO_6937-2-add 14 iso-ir-142 csISOTextComm
+IEC_P27-1 88 iso-ir-143 csISO143IECP271
+ISO-8859-5 8 iso-ir-144 ISO_8859-5 ISO_8859-5:1988 cyrillic csISOLatinCyrillic 8859_5 ISO8859-5
+JUS_I.B1.003-serb 89 iso-ir-146 serbian csISO146Serbian
+JUS_I.B1.003-mac 90 macedonian iso-ir-147 csISO147Macedonian
+ISO-8859-9 12 iso-ir-148 ISO_8859-9 ISO_8859-9:1989 latin5 l5 csISOLatin5 8859_9 ISO8859-9
+greek-ccitt 91 iso-ir-150 csISO150 csISO150GreekCCITT
+NC_NC00-10:81 92 cuba iso-ir-151 ISO646-CU csISO151Cuba
+ISO_6937-2-25 93 iso-ir-152 csISO6937Add
+GOST_19768-74 94 ST_SEV_358-88 iso-ir-153 csISO153GOST1976874
+ISO_8859-supp 95 iso-ir-154 latin1-2-5 csISO8859Supp
+ISO_10367-box 96 iso-ir-155 csISO10367Box
+ISO-8859-10 13 iso-ir-157 l6 ISO_8859-10:1992 csISOLatin6 latin6 8859_10 ISO8859-10
+latin-lap 97 lap iso-ir-158 csISO158Lap
+JIS_X0212-1990 98 x0212 iso-ir-159 csISO159JISX02121990
+DS_2089 99 DS2089 ISO646-DK dk csISO646Danish
+us-dk 100 csUSDK
+dk-us 101 csDKUS
+JIS_X0201 15 X0201 csHalfWidthKatakana
+KSC5636 102 ISO646-KR csKSC5636
+ISO-10646-UCS-2 1000 csUnicode UCS-2 UCS2
+ISO-10646-UCS-4 1001 csUCS4 UCS-4 UCS4
+DEC-MCS 2008 dec csDECMCS
+hp-roman8 2004 roman8 r8 csHPRoman8
+macintosh 2027 mac csMacintosh MACROMAN MAC-ROMAN X-MAC-ROMAN
+IBM037 2028 cp037 ebcdic-cp-us ebcdic-cp-ca ebcdic-cp-wt ebcdic-cp-nl csIBM037
+IBM038 2029 EBCDIC-INT cp038 csIBM038
+IBM273 2030 CP273 csIBM273
+IBM274 2031 EBCDIC-BE CP274 csIBM274
+IBM275 2032 EBCDIC-BR cp275 csIBM275
+IBM277 2033 EBCDIC-CP-DK EBCDIC-CP-NO csIBM277
+IBM278 2034 CP278 ebcdic-cp-fi ebcdic-cp-se csIBM278
+IBM280 2035 CP280 ebcdic-cp-it csIBM280
+IBM281 2036 EBCDIC-JP-E cp281 csIBM281
+IBM284 2037 CP284 ebcdic-cp-es csIBM284
+IBM285 2038 CP285 ebcdic-cp-gb csIBM285
+IBM290 2039 cp290 EBCDIC-JP-kana csIBM290
+IBM297 2040 cp297 ebcdic-cp-fr csIBM297
+IBM420 2041 cp420 ebcdic-cp-ar1 csIBM420
+IBM423 2042 cp423 ebcdic-cp-gr csIBM423
+IBM424 2043 cp424 ebcdic-cp-he csIBM424
+IBM437 2011 cp437 437 csPC8CodePage437
+IBM500 2044 CP500 ebcdic-cp-be ebcdic-cp-ch csIBM500
+IBM775 2087 cp775 csPC775Baltic
+IBM850 2009 cp850 850 csPC850Multilingual
+IBM851 2045 cp851 851 csIBM851
+IBM852 2010 cp852 852 csPCp852
+IBM855 2046 cp855 855 csIBM855
+IBM857 2047 cp857 857 csIBM857
+IBM860 2048 cp860 860 csIBM860
+IBM861 2049 cp861 861 cp-is csIBM861
+IBM862 2013 cp862 862 csPC862LatinHebrew
+IBM863 2050 cp863 863 csIBM863
+IBM864 2051 cp864 csIBM864
+IBM865 2052 cp865 865 csIBM865
+IBM866 2086 cp866 866 csIBM866
+IBM868 2053 CP868 cp-ar csIBM868
+IBM869 2054 cp869 869 cp-gr csIBM869
+IBM870 2055 CP870 ebcdic-cp-roece ebcdic-cp-yu csIBM870
+IBM871 2056 CP871 ebcdic-cp-is csIBM871
+IBM880 2057 cp880 EBCDIC-Cyrillic csIBM880
+IBM891 2058 cp891 csIBM891
+IBM903 2059 cp903 csIBM903
+IBM904 2060 cp904 904 csIBBM904
+IBM905 2061 CP905 ebcdic-cp-tr csIBM905
+IBM918 2062 CP918 ebcdic-cp-ar2 csIBM918
+IBM1026 2063 CP1026 csIBM1026
+EBCDIC-AT-DE 2064 csIBMEBCDICATDE
+EBCDIC-AT-DE-A 2065 csEBCDICATDEA
+EBCDIC-CA-FR 2066 csEBCDICCAFR
+EBCDIC-DK-NO 2067 csEBCDICDKNO
+EBCDIC-DK-NO-A 2068 csEBCDICDKNOA
+EBCDIC-FI-SE 2069 csEBCDICFISE
+EBCDIC-FI-SE-A 2070 csEBCDICFISEA
+EBCDIC-FR 2071 csEBCDICFR
+EBCDIC-IT 2072 csEBCDICIT
+EBCDIC-PT 2073 csEBCDICPT
+EBCDIC-ES 2074 csEBCDICES
+EBCDIC-ES-A 2075 csEBCDICESA
+EBCDIC-ES-S 2076 csEBCDICESS
+EBCDIC-UK 2077 csEBCDICUK
+EBCDIC-US 2078 csEBCDICUS
+UNKNOWN-8BIT 2079 csUnknown8BiT
+MNEMONIC 2080 csMnemonic
+MNEM 2081 csMnem
+VISCII 2082 csVISCII
+VIQR 2083 csVIQR
+KOI8-R 2084 csKOI8R
+KOI8-U 2088
+IBM00858 2089 CCSID00858 CP00858 PC-Multilingual-850+euro
+IBM00924 2090 CCSID00924 CP00924 ebcdic-Latin9--euro
+IBM01140 2091 CCSID01140 CP01140 ebcdic-us-37+euro
+IBM01141 2092 CCSID01141 CP01141 ebcdic-de-273+euro
+IBM01142 2093 CCSID01142 CP01142 ebcdic-dk-277+euro ebcdic-no-277+euro
+IBM01143 2094 CCSID01143 CP01143 ebcdic-fi-278+euro ebcdic-se-278+euro
+IBM01144 2095 CCSID01144 CP01144 ebcdic-it-280+euro
+IBM01145 2096 CCSID01145 CP01145 ebcdic-es-284+euro
+IBM01146 2097 CCSID01146 CP01146 ebcdic-gb-285+euro
+IBM01147 2098 CCSID01147 CP01147 ebcdic-fr-297+euro
+IBM01148 2099 CCSID01148 CP01148 ebcdic-international-500+euro
+IBM01149 2100 CCSID01149 CP01149 ebcdic-is-871+euro
+Big5-HKSCS 2101
+IBM1047 2102 IBM-1047
+PTCP154 2103 csPTCP154 PT154 CP154 Cyrillic-Asian
+Amiga-1251 2104 Ami1251 Amiga1251 Ami-1251
+KOI7-switched 2105
+UNICODE-1-1 1010 csUnicode11
+SCSU 1011
+UTF-7 1012
+UTF-16BE 1013
+UTF-16LE 1014
+UTF-16 1015
+CESU-8 1016 csCESU-8
+UTF-32 1017
+UTF-32BE 1018
+UTF-32LE 1019
+BOCU-1 1020 csBOCU-1
+UNICODE-1-1-UTF-7 103 csUnicode11UTF7
+UTF-8 106 UNICODE-1-1-UTF-8 UNICODE-2-0-UTF-8 utf8
+ISO-8859-13 109 8859_13 ISO8859-13
+ISO-8859-14 110 iso-ir-199 ISO_8859-14:1998 ISO_8859-14 latin8 iso-celtic l8 8859_14 ISO8859-14
+ISO-8859-15 111 ISO_8859-15 Latin-9 8859_15 ISO8859-15
+ISO-8859-16 112 iso-ir-226 ISO_8859-16:2001 ISO_8859-16 latin10 l10
+GBK 113 CP936 MS936 windows-936
+GB18030 114
+OSD_EBCDIC_DF04_15 115
+OSD_EBCDIC_DF03_IRV 116
+OSD_EBCDIC_DF04_1 117
+JIS_Encoding 16 csJISEncoding
+Shift_JIS 17 MS_Kanji csShiftJIS X-SJIS Shift-JIS
+EUC-JP 18 csEUCPkdFmtJapanese Extended_UNIX_Code_Packed_Format_for_Japanese EUCJP
+Extended_UNIX_Code_Fixed_Width_for_Japanese 19 csEUCFixWidJapanese
+ISO-10646-UCS-Basic 1002 csUnicodeASCII
+ISO-10646-Unicode-Latin1 1003 csUnicodeLatin1 ISO-10646
+ISO-Unicode-IBM-1261 1005 csUnicodeIBM1261
+ISO-Unicode-IBM-1268 1006 csUnicodeIBM1268
+ISO-Unicode-IBM-1276 1007 csUnicodeIBM1276
+ISO-Unicode-IBM-1264 1008 csUnicodeIBM1264
+ISO-Unicode-IBM-1265 1009 csUnicodeIBM1265
+ISO-8859-1-Windows-3.0-Latin-1 2000 csWindows30Latin1
+ISO-8859-1-Windows-3.1-Latin-1 2001 csWindows31Latin1
+ISO-8859-2-Windows-Latin-2 2002 csWindows31Latin2
+ISO-8859-9-Windows-Latin-5 2003 csWindows31Latin5
+Adobe-Standard-Encoding 2005 csAdobeStandardEncoding
+Ventura-US 2006 csVenturaUS
+Ventura-International 2007 csVenturaInternational
+PC8-Danish-Norwegian 2012 csPC8DanishNorwegian
+PC8-Turkish 2014 csPC8Turkish
+IBM-Symbols 2015 csIBMSymbols
+IBM-Thai 2016 csIBMThai
+HP-Legal 2017 csHPLegal
+HP-Pi-font 2018 csHPPiFont
+HP-Math8 2019 csHPMath8
+Adobe-Symbol-Encoding 2020 csHPPSMath
+HP-DeskTop 2021 csHPDesktop
+Ventura-Math 2022 csVenturaMath
+Microsoft-Publishing 2023 csMicrosoftPublishing
+Windows-31J 2024 csWindows31J
+GB2312 2025 csGB2312 EUC-CN EUCCN CN-GB
+Big5 2026 csBig5 BIG-FIVE BIG-5 CN-BIG5 BIG_FIVE x-x-big5
+windows-1250 2250 CP1250 MS-EE
+windows-1251 2251 CP1251 MS-CYRL
+windows-1252 2252 CP1252 MS-ANSI
+windows-1253 2253 CP1253 MS-GREEK
+windows-1254 2254 CP1254 MS-TURK
+windows-1255 2255
+windows-1256 2256 CP1256 MS-ARAB
+windows-1257 2257 CP1257 WINBALTRIM
+windows-1258 2258
+TIS-620 2259
+HZ-GB-2312 2085
+
+# Additional encodings not defined by IANA
+
+# Arbitrary allocations
+#CP737 3001
+#CP853 3002
+#CP856 3003
+CP874 3004 WINDOWS-874
+#CP922 3005
+#CP1046 3006
+#CP1124 3007
+#CP1125 3008 WINDOWS-1125
+#CP1129 3009
+#CP1133 3010 IBM-CP1133
+#CP1161 3011 IBM-1161 IBM1161 CSIBM1161
+#CP1162 3012 IBM-1162 IBM1162 CSIBM1162
+#CP1163 3013 IBM-1163 IBM1163 CSIBM1163
+#GEORGIAN-ACADEMY 3014
+#GEORGIAN-PS 3015
+#KOI8-RU 3016
+#KOI8-T 3017
+#MACARABIC 3018 X-MAC-ARABIC MAC-ARABIC
+#MACCROATIAN 3019 X-MAC-CROATIAN MAC-CROATIAN
+#MACGREEK 3020 X-MAC-GREEK MAC-GREEK
+#MACHEBREW 3021 X-MAC-HEBREW MAC-HEBREW
+#MACICELAND 3022 X-MAC-ICELAND MAC-ICELAND
+#MACROMANIA 3023 X-MAC-ROMANIA MAC-ROMANIA
+#MACTHAI 3024 X-MAC-THAI MAC-THAI
+#MACTURKISH 3025 X-MAC-TURKISH MAC-TURKISH
+#MULELAO-1 3026
+CP949 3027 WINDOWS-949
+
+# From Unicode Lib
+ISO-IR-182 4000
+ISO-IR-197 4002
+ISO-2022-JP-1 4008
+MACCYRILLIC 4009 X-MAC-CYRILLIC MAC-CYRILLIC
+MACUKRAINE 4010 X-MAC-UKRAINIAN MAC-UKRAINIAN
+MACCENTRALEUROPE 4011 X-MAC-CENTRALEURROMAN MAC-CENTRALEURROMAN
+JOHAB 4012
+ISO-8859-11 4014 iso-ir-166 ISO_8859-11 ISO8859-11 8859_11
+X-CURRENT 4999 X-SYSTEM
+X-ACORN-LATIN1 5001
+X-ACORN-FUZZY 5002
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+AcornURI 1.04
+-------------
+
+Hi. This is a complete reimplementation of Acorn's URI module such that it
+works on Iyonix. This allows simple URI / URL launching from applications.
+Merge this !System with your own, then (re)launch your favourite browser to
+ensure it's running.
+
+This has a few advantages over the official offering: it's smaller,
+compatible with more browsers and more tolerant of errors.
+
+This is released under the terms of the LGPL, which is included in this
+archive as the file Copying. Previous versions of this module were released
+under the GPL, and are still available from sudden.recoil.org.
+
+Source is available from the same place you downloaded this archive, ie
+<http://sudden.recoil.org/others/acornuri/acornuri104src.zip>
+
+
+Changelog
+---------
+
+v1.04 20-May-06 Relicensed under the LGPL (rather than GPL)
+
+v1.03 11-May-04 Changed the order of things to try, so it now
+ always prefers browsers which are already loaded
+
+v1.02 19-Feb-04 Fixed claiming of URIs where I'd misread the spec
+ Added automatic fall-back to the ANT protocol
+ Removed some service calls to improve reliability
+
+--
+Christian Ludlam
+chris@recoil.org \ No newline at end of file
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diff --git a/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/ReadMe b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/ReadMe
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/ReadMe
@@ -0,0 +1,45 @@
+What is Iconv?
+==============
+
+Iconv is a module which provides character set conversion akin to that provided
+by the C iconv() function.
+
+Iconv Installation instructions
+===============================
+
+To install the Iconv module, simply use the System merge utility provided by
+Configure to merge the !System directory provided with the one on your system.
+
+Use the Boot merge facility in Configure to merge the provided !Boot directory
+with the one on your system. If there is no !Boot merge facility provided on
+your system, simply drag the !Boot directory over your existing boot structure.
+
+Further documentation can be found in the "doc" directory.
+
+Note for developers:
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+The "stubs" directory contains source for a set of C stubs.
+See the ReadMe file in that directory for further information.
+
+Licence
+=======
+
+Iconv is Copyright й 2004-11 J-M Bell
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diff --git a/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/API b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/API
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..13fa22fce
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@@ -0,0 +1,132 @@
+Iconv Module API
+================
+
+If using C, then you really should be using the libiconv stubs provided
+(or UnixLib, if appropriate). See the iconv.h header file for further
+documentation of these calls.
+
+Iconv_Open (&57540)
+-------------------
+
+ Create a conversion descriptor
+
+ On Entry: r0 -> string containing name of destination encoding (eg "UTF-8")
+ r1 -> string containing name of source encoding (eg "CP1252")
+
+ On Exit: r0 = conversion descriptor
+ All others preserved
+
+ Either encoding name may have a number of parameters appended to them.
+ Parameters are separated by a pair of forward-slashes ("//").
+ Currently defined parameters are:
+
+ Parameter: Destination: Source:
+
+ TRANSLIT Transliterate unrepresentable None
+ output.
+
+ The conversion descriptor is an opaque value. The user should not,
+ therefore, assume anything about its meaning, nor modify it in any way.
+ Doing so is guaranteed to result in undefined behaviour.
+
+
+Iconv_Iconv (&57541)
+--------------------
+
+ This SWI is deprecated and Iconv_Convert should be used instead.
+
+
+Iconv_Close (&57542)
+--------------------
+
+ Destroy a conversion descriptor
+
+ On Entry: r0 = conversion descriptor to destroy
+
+ On Exit: r0 = 0
+ All others preserved
+
+
+Iconv_Convert (&57543)
+---------------------
+
+ Convert a byte sequence to another encoding
+
+ On Entry: r0 = conversion descriptor returned by Iconv_Open
+ r1 -> input buffer (or NULL to reset encoding context)
+ r2 = length of buffer pointed to by r1
+ r3 -> output buffer
+ r4 = length of buffer pointed to by r3
+
+ On Exit: r0 = number of non-reversible conversions performed (always 0)
+ r1 -> updated input buffer pointer (after last input read)
+ r2 = number of bytes remaining in input buffer
+ r3 -> updated output buffer pointer (i.e. end of output)
+ r4 = number of free bytes in the output buffer
+ All others preserved
+
+ Note that all strings should be NUL-terminated so, if calling from BASIC,
+ some terminating character munging may be needed.
+
+
+Errors:
+
+Should an error occur, the SWI will return with V set and r0 -> error buffer.
+Note that only the error number will be filled in and may be one of:
+
+ ICONV_NOMEM (&81b900)
+ ICONV_INVAL (&81b901)
+ ICONV_2BIG (&81b902)
+ ICONV_ILSEQ (&81b903)
+
+These map directly to the corresponding C errno values.
+
+
+Iconv_CreateMenu (&57544)
+-------------------------
+
+ Create a menu data structure containing all available encodings.
+
+ On Entry: r0 = flags. All bits reserved, must be 0
+ r1 -> buffer, or 0 to read required length
+ r2 = length of buffer in r1
+ r3 -> currently selected encoding name, or 0 if none selected
+ r4 -> buffer for indirected data, or 0 to read length
+ r5 = length of buffer in r4
+
+ On Exit: r2 = required size of buffer in r1 if r1 = 0 on entry,
+ or length of data placed in buffer
+ r5 = required size of buffer in r4 if r4 = 0 on entry,
+ or length of data placed in buffer
+
+ Menu titles are direct form text buffers. Menu entries are indirect text.
+ Entry text is stored in the buffer pointed to by R4 on entry to this call.
+
+
+Iconv_DecodeMenu (&57545)
+-------------------------
+
+ Decode a selection in a menu generated by Iconv_CreateMenu.
+ Places the corresponding encoding name in the result buffer.
+
+ On Entry: r0 = flags. All bits reserved, must be 0
+ r1 -> menu definition
+ r2 -> menu selections, as per Wimp_Poll
+ r3 -> buffer for result or 0 to read required length
+ r4 = buffer length
+
+ On Exit: r4 = required size of buffer if r3 = 0 on entry,
+ or length of data placed in buffer (0 if no selected
+ encoding)
+
+ The menu selections block pointed to by r2 on entry should be based at
+ the root of the encodings menu structure (i.e. index 0 in the block
+ should correspond to the selection in the main encoding menu).
+
+ This call will update the selection status of the menu(s) appropriately.
+
+
+Example Code:
+=============
+
+Example code may be found in the IconvEg BASIC file.
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/ChangeLog b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/ChangeLog
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..4c17511d9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/ChangeLog
@@ -0,0 +1,107 @@
+Iconv Changelog
+===============
+
+0.01 10-Sep-2004
+----------------
+
+ - Initial version - unreleased.
+
+0.02 27-Sep-2004
+----------------
+
+ - Use allocated SWI & error chunks.
+ - Fix issues in 8bit encoding handling.
+ - First public release.
+
+0.03 22-Jan-2005
+----------------
+
+ - Add Iconv_Convert SWI with improved interface.
+ - Deprecate Iconv_Iconv SWI.
+ - Add encoding name alias handling.
+ - Bundle !Unicode resource.
+
+0.04 08-Apr-2005
+----------------
+
+ - Improve parameter checking.
+ - Fix potential memory leaks.
+ - Add encoding menu creation and selection handling.
+
+0.05 27-Jun-2005
+----------------
+
+ - Improve encoding alias support, using external data file.
+ - Add StubsG build for A9home users.
+
+0.06 05-Nov-2005
+----------------
+
+ - Modified menu creation API to store indirected text in a
+ user-provided buffer. This change is backwards incompatible.
+
+0.07 11-Feb-2006
+----------------
+
+ - Corrected output values for E2BIG errors.
+ - Fixed input pointer update after successful conversion.
+
+0.08 11-Mar-2007
+----------------
+
+ - Tightened up parameter checking in various places.
+ - Improve aliases hash function.
+ - Make 8bit write function's return values match encoding_write
+ with encoding_WRITE_STRICT set.
+ - Fix bug in 8bit writing which resulted in the remaining buffer
+ size being reduced even if nothing was written.
+ - Improve support for endian-specific Unicode variants.
+ - Work around issue in UnicodeLib where remaining buffer size is
+ reduced if an attempt is made to write an unrepresentable character.
+ - Add rudimentary //TRANSLIT support - simply replaces with '?' for now.
+ - Make UnicodeLib handle raw ISO-8859-{1,2,9,10,15} and not attempt
+ ISO-6937-2-25 shift sequences.
+ - Remove StubsG build as A9home now has a C99 capable C library.
+ - Overhaul documentation.
+
+0.09 20-Nov-2008
+----------------
+
+ - Restructured source tree into cross-platform and RO-specific parts.
+ - New build system to go with this.
+ - Fixes for compiling with GCC4.
+ - Introduce *Iconv command which performs command line conversion.
+ - Fixes/improvements to the handlers for:
+ + US-ASCII
+ + UTF-8
+ + ISO-8859-7
+ + ISO-8859-8
+ + ISO-8859-11
+ + Windows-1256
+ + MacRoman
+ + JIS X 0208
+ + JIS X 0212
+ + KS X 1001
+ + EUC-JP
+ + Any ISO-2022 based charset that uses a 94x94 table in GR
+ + Johab
+ + ShiftJIS
+ - Add support for ISO-8859-16 (Latin 10)
+ - Significantly improve detection and reporting of error conditions
+
+0.10 29-Nov-2008
+----------------
+
+ - Fixes to the *Iconv command parameter parsing
+ - Ensure *Iconv outputs all converted data when the input is invalid
+ - Fix handling of illegal UTF-8 byte sequences
+ - Fix handling of incomplete multibyte input sequences.
+
+0.11 04-Jan-2011
+----------------
+
+ - Detect missing mapping file when using 8bit codecs. This prevents spurious
+ memory exhaustion errors.
+ - Toolchain used to build 0.10 turns out to have produced broken code.
+ - Minor additions to the charset alias mapping file.
+
diff --git a/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/Uni-iconv b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/Uni-iconv
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..caea2d0f1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Iconv/doc/Uni-iconv
@@ -0,0 +1,204 @@
+Introduction:
+=============
+
+This file documents an approximate correlation between the data files
+provided in the !Unicode distribution and the encoding headers in GNU
+libiconv 1.9.1.
+
+Those with '?' in the iconv column either are not represented in iconv
+or I've missed the relevant header file ;)
+
+A number of encodings are present in the iconv distribution but not
+in !Unicode. These are documented at the end of this file.
+
+Changelog:
+==========
+
+v 0.01 (09-Sep-2004)
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+Initial Incarnation
+
+v 0.02 (11-Sep-2004)
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+Documented additional encodings supported by the Iconv module.
+Corrected list of !Unicode deficiencies.
+
+
+!Unicode->iconv:
+================
+
+Unicode: iconv: notes:
+
+Acorn.Latin1 riscos1.h
+
+Apple.CentEuro mac_centraleurope.h
+Apple.Cyrillic mac_cyrillic.h
+Apple.Roman mac_roman.h
+Apple.Ukrainian mac_ukraine.h
+
+BigFive big5.h
+
+ISO2022.C0.40[ISO646] ?
+
+ISO2022.C1.43[IS6429] ?
+
+ISO2022.G94.40[646old] iso646_cn.h
+ISO2022.G94.41[646-GB] ?
+ISO2022.G94.42[646IRV] ?
+ISO2022.G94.43[FinSwe] ?
+ISO2022.G94.47[646-SE] ?
+ISO2022.G94.48[646-SE] ?
+ISO2022.G94.49[JS201K] jisx0201.h top of JIS range
+ISO2022.G94.4A[JS201R] jisx0201.h iso646_jp.h bottom of JIS range
+ISO2022.G94.4B[646-DE] ?
+ISO2022.G94.4C[646-PT] ?
+ISO2022.G94.54[GB1988] ?
+ISO2022.G94.56[Teltxt] ?
+ISO2022.G94.59[646-IT] ?
+ISO2022.G94.5A[646-ES] ?
+ISO2022.G94.60[646-NO] ?
+ISO2022.G94.66[646-FR] ?
+ISO2022.G94.69[646-HU] ?
+ISO2022.G94.6B[Arabic] ?
+ISO2022.G94.6C[IS6397] ?
+ISO2022.G94.7A[SerbCr] ?
+
+ISO2022.G94x94.40[JS6226] ?
+ISO2022.G94x94.41[GB2312] gb2312.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.42[JIS208] jis0x208.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.43[KS1001] ksc5601.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.44[JIS212] jis0x212.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.47[CNS1] cns11643_1.h the tables differ
+ISO2022.G94x94.48[CNS2] cns11643_2.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.49[CNS3] cns11643_3.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.4A[CNS4] cns11643_4.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.4B[CNS5] cns11643_5.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.4C[CNS6] cns11643_6.h
+ISO2022.G94x94.4D[CNS7] cns11643_7.h
+
+ISO2022.G96.41[Lat1] iso8859_1.h
+ISO2022.G96.42[Lat2] iso8859_2.h
+ISO2022.G96.43[Lat3] iso8859_3.h
+ISO2022.G96.44[Lat4] iso8859_4.h
+ISO2022.G96.46[Greek] ?
+ISO2022.G96.47[Arabic] iso8859_6.h ISO-8859-6 ignored
+ISO2022.G96.48[Hebrew] ?
+ISO2022.G96.4C[Cyrill] ?
+ISO2022.G96.4D[Lat5] iso8859_5.h
+ISO2022.G96.50[LatSup] ?
+ISO2022.G96.52[IS6397] ?
+ISO2022.G96.54[Thai] tis620.h
+ISO2022.G96.56[Lat6] iso8859_6.h
+ISO2022.G96.58[L6Sami] ?
+ISO2022.G96.59[Lat7] iso8859_7.h
+ISO2022.G96.5C[Welsh] ?
+ISO2022.G96.5D[Sami] ?
+ISO2022.G96.5E[Hebrew] ?
+ISO2022.G96.5F[Lat8] iso8859_8.h
+ISO2022.G96.62[Lat9] iso8859_9.h
+
+KOI8-R koi8_r.h
+
+Microsoft.CP1250 cp1250.h
+Microsoft.CP1251 cp1251.h
+Microsoft.CP1252 cp1252.h
+Microsoft.CP1254 cp1254.h
+Microsoft.CP866 cp866.h
+Microsoft.CP932 cp932.h cp932ext.h
+
+iconv->!Unicode:
+================
+
+Iconv has the following encodings, which are not present in !Unicode.
+Providing a suitable data file for !Unicode is trivial. Whether UnicodeLib
+will then act upon the addition of these is unknown.
+This list is ordered as per libiconv's NOTES file.
+
+European & Semitic languages:
+
+ ISO-8859-16 (iso8859_16.h)
+ KOI8-{U,RU,T} (koi8_xx.h)
+ CP125{3,5,6,7} (cp125n.h)
+ CP850 (cp850.h)
+ CP862 (cp862.h)
+ Mac{Croatian,Romania,Greek,Turkish,Hebrew,Arabic} (mac_foo.h)
+
+Japanese:
+
+ None afaikt.
+
+Simplified Chinese:
+
+ GB18030 (gb18030.h, gb18030ext.h)
+ HZ-GB-2312 (hz.h)
+
+Traditional Chinese:
+
+ CP950 (cp950.h)
+ BIG5-HKSCS (big5hkscs.h)
+
+Korean:
+
+ CP949 (cp949.h)
+
+Armenian:
+
+ ARMSCII-8 (armscii_8.h)
+
+Georgian:
+
+ Georgian-Academy, Georgian-PS (georgian_academy.h, georgian_ps.h)
+
+Thai:
+
+ CP874 (cp874.h)
+ MacThai (mac_thai.h)
+
+Laotian:
+
+ MuleLao-1, CP1133 (mulelao.h, cp1133.h)
+
+Vietnamese:
+
+ VISCII, TCVN (viscii.h, tcvn.h)
+ CP1258 (cp1258.h)
+
+Unicode:
+
+ BE/LE variants of normal encodings. I assume UnicodeLib handles
+ these, but can't be sure.
+ C99 / JAVA - well, yes.
+
+
+Iconv Module:
+=============
+
+The iconv module is effectively a thin veneer around UnicodeLib. However,
+8bit encodings are implemented within the module rather than using the
+support in UnicodeLib. The rationale for this is simply that, although
+UnicodeLib will understand (and act upon - reportedly...) additions to
+the ISO2022 Unicode resource, other encodings are ignored. As the vast
+majority of outstanding encodings fall into this category, and the code
+is fairly simple, it made sense to implement it within the module.
+
+With use of the iconv module, the list of outstanding encodings is
+reduced to:
+
+ CP1255 (requires state-based transcoding)
+
+ GB18030 (not 8bit - reportedly a requirement of PRC)
+ HZ-GB-2312 (not 8bit - supported by IE4)
+
+ CP950 (not 8bit - a (MS) variant of Big5)
+ BIG5-HKSCS (not 8bit - again, a Big5 variant)
+
+ CP949 (not 8bit)
+
+ ARMSCII-8 (easily implemented, if required)
+
+ VISCII (easily implemented, if required)
+ CP1258, TCVN (requires state-based transcoding)
+
+Additionally, the rest of the CodePage encodings implemented in iconv
+but not listed above (due to omissions from the iconv documentation)
+are implemented by the iconv module.
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new file mode 100644
index 000000000..b6784ed06
--- /dev/null
+++ b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/SharedULib/Copyright
@@ -0,0 +1,761 @@
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diff --git a/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Tinct/!Help b/riscos/distribution/3rdParty/Tinct/!Help
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+Tinct
+=====
+This module provides the necessary functionality to display alpha-blended
+sprites both scaled and otherwise. It also provides functions for dithering,
+error diffusion and performing bi-linear filtering to improve their appearance.
+
+
+Technical information
+ппппппппппппппппппппп
+To ensure future compatibility, this module does not patch the OS in any way
+and works in a totally legal way. It also does not write to itself in any
+way, so is suitable for running from ROM.
+ Redirection to sprites is supported, although due to the overheads involved
+with caching the colour translation tables it is not recommended that this is
+done frequently. There are some exceptions to this, however, as redirecting to
+a 16bpp or 32bpp mode sprite does not require any translation tables, and
+redirecting to a sprite that has the same mode and palette as the previous
+destination that Tinct was used for causes a minimum overhead as the
+translation tables are checked and cached values are used if possible.
+
+Format of a sprite with 8-bit alpha channel
+иииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+The sprite format used by Tinct differs from those used by RISC OS Select,
+and whilst facilities are supplied to convert sprites into the required format,
+no facilities are provided to manipulate them.
+ All sprites used by Tinct must be 32bpp, and cannot have a standard RISC OS
+mask specified. The basic format of the sprite is shown below, with the
+restrictions to the standard sprite format marked with an asterisk (*):
+
+ [+0] Offset to next sprite
+ [+4] Sprite name, up to 12 characters with trailing zeroes
+ [+16] Width in words - 1
+ [+20] Height in scan lines - 1
+ [+24] First bit used
+ [+28] Last bit used
+ [+32] Offset to sprite image
+ [+36] * Offset to sprite image (no mask allowed)
+ [+40] * Sprite type (must be 0x301680B5)
+
+Whereas for normal sprites the sprite image would be a series of colour words
+of the format RrGgBb00, alpha-blended sprites use the empty byte to specify
+the alpha value, ie RrGgBbAa.
+ The alpha values represent the blending level on a linear scale where 0x00
+represents that the source pixel is totally transparent and 0xff that it is
+totally opaque. It should be noted that as a standard 32bpp sprite (eg as
+created with !Paint) will have the alpha channel set to 0x00 by default no
+output will be visible when plotting as an alpha-blended sprite.
+
+Error handling
+ииииииииииииии
+If an incorrect sprite is attempted to be used, Tinct currently always returns
+error number 0x700 (SBadSpriteFile) rather than the specific cause of the
+problem (eg. BadDPI, BadMSFlags or BadPixelDepth) as OS_SpriteOp would do.
+There are several technical reasons for this behaviour, and future versions of
+Tinct may return more descriptive errors depending on the cause.
+
+
+SWIs provided
+ппппппппппппп
+Tinct provides four SWIs to plot sprites and one to convert sprites to their
+32bpp equivalent. All values supplied to Tinct must be in OS units, and the
+current OS clipping rectangle is used.
+ The sprite pointers provided are equivalent to calling OS_SpriteOp with
+bit 9 of the reason code set. To plot a sprite by name, the sprite should
+first be found by using OS_SpriteOp with reason code 0x18 and using the
+returned sprite address.
+
+Tinct_PlotAlpha (0x57240)
+иииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Plots an alpha-blended sprite at the specified coordinates.
+
+-> R2 Sprite pointer
+ R3 X coordinate
+ R4 Y coordinate
+ R7 Flag word
+
+
+Tinct_PlotScaledAlpha (0x57241)
+иииииииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Plots a scaled alpha-blended sprite at the specified coordinates.
+
+-> R2 Sprite pointer
+ R3 X coordinate
+ R4 Y coordinate
+ R5 Scaled sprite width
+ R6 Scaled sprite height
+ R7 Flag word
+
+
+Tinct_Plot (0x57242)
+ииииииииииииииииииии
+Plots a sprite at the specified coordinates with a constant 0xff value for
+the alpha channel, ie without a mask.
+
+-> R2 Sprite pointer
+ R3 X coordinate
+ R4 Y coordinate
+ R7 Flag word
+
+
+Tinct_PlotScaled (0x57243)
+ииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Plots a scaled sprite at the specified coordinates with a constant 0xff value
+for the alpha channel, ie without a mask.
+
+-> R2 Sprite pointer
+ R3 X coordinate
+ R4 Y coordinate
+ R5 Scaled sprite width
+ R6 Scaled sprite height
+ R7 Flag word
+
+
+Tinct_ConvertSprite (0x57244)
+иииииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Converts a paletted sprite into its 32bpp equivalent. Sufficient memory must
+have previously been allocated for the sprite (44 + width * height * 4).
+ As sprites with 16bpp or 32bpp do not have palettes, conversion cannot be
+performed on these variants. All sprites must be supplied with a full palette,
+eg 8bpp must have 256 palette entries.
+
+-> R2 Source sprite pointer
+ R3 Destination sprite pointer
+
+
+Tinct_AvailableFeatures (0x57245)
+иииииииииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Returns the features available to the caller by specifying bits in the flag
+word. The features available are unique for each mode, although the current
+version of Tinct supports the same subset of features for all modes.
+
+-> R0 Feature to test for, or 0 for all features
+<- R0 Features available
+
+
+Tinct_Compress (0x57246)
+ииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Compresses an image using a fast algorithm. Sufficient memory must have been
+previously allocated for the maximum possible compressed size. This value is
+equal to 28 + (width * height * 4) * 33 / 32.
+
+-> R0 Source sprite pointer
+ R2 Output data buffer
+ R3 Output bytes available
+ R7 Flag word
+<- R0 Size of compressed data
+
+
+Tinct_Decompress (0x57247)
+ииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+Decompresses an image previously compressed. Sufficient memory must have been
+previously allocated for the decompressed data (44 + width * height * 4) where
+width and height are available at +0 and +4 of the compressed data respectively.
+
+-> R0 Input data buffer
+ R2 Output data buffer
+ R7 Flag word (currently 0)
+<- R0 Size of decompressed data
+
+
+Flag word (plotting)
+пппппппппппппппппппп
+All the SWIs provided by Tinct for plotting use a common flag word to
+describe the manner in which the plot is performed. Each bit controls a
+particular characteristic of the plotting:
+
+ 0 Forcibly read the screen base (only use if hardware scrolling)
+ 1 Use bi-linear filtering when scaling sprites
+ 2 Dither colours in 16bpp and below
+ 3 Perform error diffusion if bit 2 clear, invert dither pattern if set
+ 4 Horizontally fill the current graphics window with the sprite
+ 5 Vertically fill the current graphics window with the sprite
+ 6 Forcibly read the palette (only use if changing palette outside of
+ the WIMP)
+ 7 Use OS_SpriteOp to perform final plotting (see note)
+ 8+ Reserved (must be 0) if bit 7 is clear, background colour to
+ blend the alpha channel to otherwise
+
+If a bit is set in the flag word that cannot be honoured by the current
+version of Tinct then it is ignored. Tinct_AvailableFeatures can be used
+to test in advance what flags will be honoured.
+
+Bi-linear filtering
+иииииииииииииииииии
+Although bi-linear filtering is only relevant during scaled plotting, this
+situation occurs when the EigFactors of the mode are not equal. As such, an
+application should always set their preferred flags to ensure consistency. The
+case of XEig * 2 = YEig (rectangular pixel modes) for even height sprites is a
+special case and has optimised code implemented.
+ There is an upper limit to the size of sprite that can be bi-linear filtered.
+The checks that are currently made are:
+
+ scaled_width / sprite_width < 256
+ scaled_height / sprite_height < 256
+ scaled_width * max(sprite_height, scaled_height) < 32,768
+
+ It should be noted that as bi-linear filtering is performed as a pre-filter,
+it carries a sizable overhead. However, as all scaling calculations are
+performed during this filter, tiled plotting (bits 4 and 5) are affected by
+a smaller margin (in certain cases a speed gain can be achieved).
+ As bi-linear filtering is performed using a pre-filter, it can be used in
+association with OS_SpriteOp rendering.
+
+Error diffusion and dithering
+иииииииииииииииииииииииииииии
+If both error diffusion and dithering are enabled then the image is plotted
+using only dithering, but with the dither pattern inverted. This enables an
+application to provide the user with what appears to be a higher quality image
+by redrawing every frame with the flag toggled.
+ There is a significant speed difference between dithering and error diffusion,
+and Tinct does not support error diffusion in all colour depths. If error
+diffusion is requested, but cannot be performed by Tinct then dithering with
+an inverted pattern is used (as if bits 2 and 3 were set).
+ There is an upper limit to the size of sprite that Tinct can perform error
+diffusion on. This is currently set to a display width of 2047 pixels wide with
+an unlimited height. Any attempt to use a higher resolution will result in
+dithered rendering with an inverted pattern (ie bits 2 and 3 set).
+ As error diffusion and dithering are implemented during the plot cycle, it is
+not possible to use them in association with OS_SpriteOp rendering. However,
+the bits should be set as future versions of Tinct may respect them for users
+of RISC OS 3.1 where true colour sprites are not supported.
+
+Sprite filling
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+If filling is specified, then the supplied co-ordinate is the offset of the
+pattern relative to (0, 0) used for the fill. For example, a 64x64 sprite that
+is plotted with bits 4 and 5 set and a position of (32, 16) would fill the
+current graphics window with multiple copies of the image stating with the
+first image plotted at (-32, -48).
+ The caller should not concern itself with the size of the image being tiled
+as small images are internally optimised where possible to maximise the
+plotting speed.
+
+Rendering using OS_SpriteOp
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+It can be useful to use Tinct to perform the rendering to using OS_SpriteOp.
+There are two general situations where this may be useful:
+
+ 1) To output to a printer driver
+ 2) To allow hardware acceleraton (such as a ViewFinder card)
+
+By using Tinct rather than a direct OS_SpriteOp call, it allows the caller to
+retain certain features Tinct provides (such as sprite filling and a limited
+version of the standard alpha blending) and allows the caller to have a common
+plotting interface.
+ When using this feature for alpha-blended sprites, the background colour
+specified in the top 24-bits of the flag word is used for blending with any
+pixels that are not transparent. This requires that Tinct requires a second
+copy of the sprite in memory to modify which may present a significant overhead
+in some situations. Plotting opaquely does not have any such overheads.
+ Using OS_SpriteOp rendering does not currently work on RISC OS 3.1 or earlier
+due to the lack of support for true colour sprites. Future versions of Tinct
+may remove this restriction.
+
+
+Flag word (compression)
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+The flag word used by Tinct_Compress can be used to improve the compression
+ratio by performing pre-filtering on the data. The flags below relate only to
+compression and should not be passed to Tinct_Decompress.
+
+ 0 Image is opaque, remove the alpha channel prior to compression
+
+All unspecified bits are reserved for future expansion and as such should be
+set to 0.
+
+Compressed data format
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+Certain aspects of the compressed data format are guaranteed to remain constant,
+so may be used by applications.
+
+ +0 Sprite width
+ +4 Sprite height
+ +8 Sprite name (12 chars)
+ +20 Compression flags
+ +24 Number of bytes of data following
+
+The method of compression is not guaranteed to remain constant over future
+revisions of Tinct, but subsequent versions will decompress data compressed
+with previous versions.
+
+
+Contact details
+ппппппппппппппп
+If you would like to report a problem relating to Tinct, provide feedback, or
+request a licence for a commercial product, please use the details below:
+
+Address: 5 Queens Close, East Markham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0QY. UK
+E-mail: info@tinct.net
+Website: www.tinct.net
+
+
+Copyright and licence details
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+Tinct is й copyright Richard Wilson, 2004.
+
+Distribution and usage
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+Unrestricted use of Tinct is hereby granted for any non-commercial product. Any
+use as part of a commercial product requires written consent from the author.
+No charge may be made relating to the distribution of this software, and this
+copyright information should be included in all copies of the software.
+ Modified versions of this program may not be distributed without the authors
+consent, nor may modified versions of the source code or relating files. \ No newline at end of file
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+NetSurf
+=======
+
+This is a development build of NetSurf, an open source web browser.
+
+The latest version of NetSurf is available from:
+
+ http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
+
+
+Installation
+------------
+
+Installation is a three step process:
+
+ 1. Use the Boot Merge facility provided by Configure to merge
+ the supplied !Boot directory with the one on your system.
+
+ If there is no !Boot merge facility on your system, simply
+ drag the supplied !Boot over your existing boot structure.
+
+ 2. Use the System Merge facility provided by Configure to merge
+ the supplied !System directory with the one on your system.
+
+ 3. Drag the !NetSurf application directory to a place on your
+ hard disc.
+
+Double click on !NetSurf in your chosen location to launch NetSurf.
+
+
+Note NetSurf requires WindowManager 3.80 or later. This comes
+ with RISC OS 4 and above. RISC OS 3 users should install
+ the Universal Boot Sequence from:
+ http://acorn.riscos.com/riscos/releases/UniBoot/
+
+Note RISC OS 3.1 and earlier are not supported.
+
+
+Licences
+--------
+
+NetSurf is provided under the GPL, as well as several other licences
+for different components it uses. Visit NetSurf's about:licence URL
+for details.
+
+
+The !Boot and !System directories contain items provided produced
+by third parties. Their licences are provided in the 3rd Party
+directory.
+
+AcornURI
+ http://sudden.recoil.org/others/
+
+Iconv
+ http://www.netsurf-browser.org/iconv/
+
+SharedUnixLibrary
+ http://www.riscos.info/downloads/gccsdk/sharedunixlib/system.zip
+
+Tinct
+ http://www.tinct.net/tinct.asp