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/*
    @prognam      ps-anc
    @version      8.86, 4 Jul 2004
    @author       Robert Simms
    @output       PostScript
    @category     chart making
    @description  PS Charts

    a LifeLines genealogy report program that produces ancestry charts in
    PostScript

    This is an interim version on the way to a release of ps-anc9.
    For a log of changes, visit the web page
      http://www.math.clemson.edu/~rsimms/genealogy/ll/ps-anc/log.html
*/

/*
**  ps-anc,   9 Sep 1994, by Fred Wheeler (wheeler@ipl.rpi.edu)
**  ps-anc2, 16 August 1994, by Fred Wheeler (wheeler@ipl.rpi.edu)
**  ps-anc5, 19 Feb 1996, enhanced by Phil Stringer (P.Stringer@mcc.ac.uk)
**           - all comments/bugs should now go to Phil Stringer
**  ps-anc6, 30 Jan 1997, enhanced by Phil Stringer (P.Stringer@mcc.ac.uk)
**  ps-anc7, 1 Feb 1997, enhanced by Phil Stringer (P.Stringer@mcc.ac.uk)
**  ps-anc8, 18 Mar 1998, enhanced by Robert Simms and Allan Yates,
**                                 rsimms@math.clemson.edu and ayates@nortel.ca
**
**  GETTING THIS FILE
**
**  The ps-anc final release versions are available via the Internet:
**   (1) http://lifelines.sourceforge.net/
**   (1) ftp://ftp.cac.psu.edu/pub/genealogy/lines/reports/
**   (2) http://www.math.clemson.edu/~rsimms/genealogy/ll/
**
**  BRIEF DESCRIPTION
**
**  This LifeLines report program generates Postscript ancestral and
**  descendant charts.  The ancestral charts can include the siblings
**  of all direct ancestors (aunts, uncles, great-aunts, great-uncles,
**  etc.).  A multi-page poster chart can also be generated.  The
**  chart format is based on the program GedChart, by Tom Blumer.
**
**  The Postscript file created can be sent to any size printer; it
**  will automatically adapt the size of the chart.  I send the same
**  file to A-size (8.5 by 11) and B-size (11 by 17) printers.
**
**  After you use this program a few times, you should edit the
**  function interrogate_user().  This is the first function after
**  these comments and the global variable declarations.  This
**  function is set up to make it easy for you to configure what
**  questions this program should ask you each time and what default
**  values it should use for questions not asked.
**
**  Please contact me if you like this program, find any bugs, have
**  any bug fixes, or want to suggest improvements.  I am also always
**  on the lookout for better ancestral/descendant chart generating
**  programs.  If you know of a program that generates charts which
**  you like better than those generated by this program, please drop
**  me a line.
**
**  This report program works with the LifeLines Genealogical database
**  program only.  (see ftp://ftp.cac.psu.edu/pub/genealogy/lines/*)
**
**  CHANGE LOG
**
**  CHANGES since version 1:
**    Completely new descendant chart in addition to ancestral chart
**    Multi-page poster option
**    Multi-page charts scaled correctly (thanks to broman@Np.nosc.mil)
**    Maximum name length configurable by user (fixes long squashed names)
**    Option to suppress siblings of later generations in ancestral charts
**    Checks that user selects a valid person (bug fix)
**    Can make a guess at whether a title is a prefix or suffix type
**    Use of titles is configurable (prefix, suffix, guess, none)
**    Birth/death/marriage date styles are configurable (may include place)
**    Corner message is slightly smaller, and chart will not overlap it
**    Marriage date is printed before death date
**
**  CREDITS
**
**  Code improvements received from:
**    Vincent Broman (broman@Np.nosc.mil)
**
**  Helpful comments received from:
**    Vincent Broman (broman@Np.nosc.mil)
**    Frank H. Flaesland (phranx@imr.no)
**    Linda Wilson (lwilson@mcc.com)
**    Stacy Johnson (sjohnson@oucsace.cs.ohiou.edu)
**    John F. Chandler (jchbn@cuvmb.cc.columbia.edu)
**    Susan Radel
**
**  CHANGES in version 3:
**    Birth/death/marriage date style addition (full date with short place).
**    Examples for including other fonts.
**    Option for bold lines/text for direct line of ascent.
**    Option to start on right or left of page.
**    Option for landscape or portrait format.
**    Small additional space between border and text to improve appearance.
**    Now fills the page if max generations > actual generations.
**    With multi-page output generations are multiple of x-pages to prevent
**      text split over sheets.
**    Option to show aunts/uncles from parents multiple marriages.
**
**  CHANGES in version 4:
**    Border enhanced at the corners.
**    Chart title font changed.
**    Lines now used to join families rather than being used as a framework.
**    Names now adjacent to line or halfway between if in 2 families.
**    Descendant chart has reduced lines and is more tree like
**
**  CHANGES in version 5:
**    Enhanced descendant chart
**    Automatic choice of chart type if no children or no ancestors
**    Multi-page landscape bug fixed
**    Enhancements to user option specification
**    Character set enhanced to iso-8859-1
**    Additional personal titles 
**
**  CHANGES in version 6:
**    Corrected multi-page landscape printing
**    Descriptive title at bottom of chart
**    Smaller and faster PostScript code on multi-page output
**      (previously n-pages had  n * single page size of file)
**    Automatic choice of ancestor/descendant chart if no descendants/ancestors
**    Fixed bug on descendant charts of overprinting if it branched up, and
**      there was a spouse with birth and death details, and no children in
**      that family.
**    Character set inadvertently lost iso-8859-1 support.
**
**  CHANGES in version 7:
**    Fixed bug on descendant charts of overlapping vertical lines if it
**      branched up, and there was a spouse and no children in that family.
**    iso-8859-1 support reinstated.
**    More efficient print_all_persons code from Fred Wheeler
**
**    CREDITS
**
**      Code improvements received from:
**        Phil Stringer (p.stringer@mcc.ac.uk)
**
**  CHANGES in version 8 by Robert Simms and (+) Allan Yates:
**
**   >procedure do_anc:
**    Closed up extra space between branches of the chart by changing
**      min_pos to person_minpos, to be used to keep person from being drawn
**      too high on chart, but not to keep all ancestors of a person from being
**      drawn above this point.  Introduced abs_min_pos as the absolutely
**      highest position for any older siblings or half siblings of a person.
**    Fixed the printing of half siblings to be subject to the sibling depth
**      limit obtained from the interrogate function.
**    Fixed a mis-alignment in half sib. branch vertical line.
**   >procedure do_des:
**    Fixed conditions for drawing vertical line to exclude case where there
**      are children but no spouse and depth = max_depth.  In this case the
**      children heights are never computed so a vertical line can't be drawn.
**   >general:
**    +Added option for displaying surnames in upper case.
**    +Added date option to display the first two items in a place list
**    +Added option for not displaying large descriptive title, print small
**      one instead with title text added
**    +Do not print preceding comma if place exists and date does not exist
**    Fixed positioning of names that caused some names to be too close
**      to vertical lines, eliminating horizontal lines in come cases.
**    Added support in PostScript file for increasing the page margins together
**      with a new question in the interrogate function.  (This required
**      calculation of a clip rectangle since the device clip rectangle would
**      allow redundant display of parts of the chart at adjoining edges in
**      multi-page charts.)  This is useful for imposing a margin when a
**      PostScript file is converted to another format, such as Adobe PDF.
**      This was to prevent the converted file from having a zero margin
**      which doesn't print well on most printers.
**    Centered chart label and coordinated its placement with that of the title
**      to avoid having the two overlap.  This fix became more necessary with
**      the addition of the ability to increase the margins.
**    Added option for centering or left justifying chart label.
**    Replaced tabs in LifeLines code with spaces to avoid irregular
**      indentation.
**    Experimented with putting page drawing code into a procedure to reduce
**      the size of multi-page files.  Determined that doing so would
**      require changing the MaxOpStack limit in PostScript to handle the
**      potentially large number of items that would go into the procedure.
**      This could potentially place a limit on how many individuals
**      could be shown in a chart for some devices.  So, the idea was dropped.
**
**    CREDITS:
**      Phil Stringer, for initiating the min_pos fix in procedure do_anc.
*******************************************************************************
**
**  ABOUT GEDCHART (a different program)
**
**  This program includes PostScript code written by Tom Blumer
**  (blumer@ptltd.com).  It is used here with his permission.  This
**  PostScript code is from Tom Blumer's GedChart package.  The report
**  is very much like that generated by GedChart using the -Sa or -Sd
**  option.
**
**  GedChart is DOS program that generates ancestral and descendant
**  charts like this report program, and also fan charts.  GedChart
**  works directly from a GEDCOM file and is completely independent of
**  LifeLines.  It is currently up to version 1.6, which is a beta
**  version that may lead to a commercial product.  You can find
**  GedChart at ftp:oak.oakland.edu/pub/msdos/genealgy/gedcht16.zip
**
*/

option("explicitvars")  /* to catch misspellings or uninit'ed use of variables*/

/* If translation tables are in effect, and UTF-8 or 8-bit characters are used
   in a custom title, for instance, then it might be necessary to specify what
   codeset the report is using (say ISO-8859-1, ISO-8859-2, UTF-8, etc.)
   to ensure that those 8-bit characters arrive safely in the output
   This is done with the char_encoding() statement... */
/*char_encoding("ISO-8859-1")*/

global(version)              /* version string */
global(TRUE)                 /* int, set to 1 for use as boolean value */
global(FALSE)                /* int, set to 0 for use as boolean value */
global(UP)                   /* int, constant, set to -1 for desc. branches */
global(NEUTRAL)              /* int, constant, set to  0 for desc. branches */
global(DOWN)                 /* int, constant, set to  1 for desc. branches */
global(max_dateplace)        /* int, number of date-place styles */
global(place_modify)         /* boolean, use (included) abbreviation routine */

global(updown_override)      /* int, to force desc. to be all up or all down */
global(high_pos_gen)         /* array, highest so far in each generation */
global(high_pos_gen_offset)  /* used to allow non-positive array indexing */
global(high_depth)           /* int, highest depth so far */
global(low_depth)            /* int, lowest depth so far */

global(name_height)          /* height of name text on chart                */
global(date_height)          /* height of birth/death/marriage date text  */
global(corner_height)        /* space between parent and extreme child 
                              *   -- name_height was formerly used for this */
global(min_sibling_spacer)   /* constant, min. vert. space between siblings */
global(cloaked_depth)        /* used for hidding a gen. from get_clearance */
global(tighten)              /* boolean, descendant branches to be closer */
global(debug)
global(debug2)
global(debug_postscript)

/* variables prompted from or configured by the user */

global(chart_type)           /* int, 0: ancestral, 1: descendant */
global(root_person)          /* indi, person for whom to generate the chart */
global(root_fam)             /* fam, family for combination chart */
global(font_name)            /* string, name of font for individual names*/
global(ifont_name)           /* string, name of font for person info */
global(enc_choice)           /* int, specifies character encoding to use */
global(max_depth)            /* int, maximum number of gen. up from root */
global(min_depth)            /* int, minimum number of gen. down from root */
global(start_depth)          /* int, depth of root, used by reserve() also */
global(chart_label)          /* string, label for corner of chart */
global(chart_label_centered) /* boolean, center chart_label on first page */
global(color_chart)          /* boolean, is chart in color */
global(multi_page)           /* boolean, is chart many page poster type */
global(x_pages)              /* int, number of horizontal pages */
global(y_pages)              /* int, number of vertical pages */
global(name_letters)         /* int, maximum number of letters in a name */
global(title_method)         /* int, code for how to insert titles */
global(depth_siblings)       /* int, number of generations to show siblings */
global(dateplace_birth)      /* int, date style for birth/death/marriage */
global(dateplace_death)
global(dateplace_marriage)
global(dateplace_burial)
global(show_altname)         /* boolean, whether or not to show 2nd names */
global(show_address)         /* boolean, whether or not to show addresses */
global(no_resides_at)        /* boolean, show all or just current addresses */
global(surname_upper)        /* boolean, display surnames in upper case? */
global(display_title)        /* boolean, display descriptive title? */
global(chart_title_override) /* string, user-specified title */
global(display_label)        /* boolean, display identifying label? */
global(label_outside)        /* boolean, place label outside border? */ 
global(display_border)       /* boolean, display a fancy border? */
global(bold_chart)           /* bool, direct line in bold 0: no, 1: yes */
global(bold_factor)          /* int, how much larger bold lines should be */
global(mirror_chart)         /* bool, root person on right 0: no, 1: yes */
global(mom_first)            /* bool, mothers at branch tops: no(0), yes(1) */
global(halfsib)              /* bool, show half siblings 0: no, 1: yes */
global(halfsib_anc)          /* bool, show half sibling ancestors 0: no,1:yes*/
global(depth_halfsib_anc)    /* int, smallest generation in which half
                                      siblings will have ancestors plotted */
global(desc_gender)          /* int, gender restriction on descendants */
global(opt_rel_famc)         /* bool, non-birth branches use thin blue line*/
global(duplic_handling)      /* int, 0 do nothing, 1 dashed line, 2 anc once */
global(portrait)             /* int, 0: landscape, 1: portrait */
global(paper_width)          /* int, width in points of target paper */
global(paper_height)         /* int, height in points of target paper */
global(paper_name)           /* string, name of paper for PostScript device */
global(margin_top)           /* int, minimum top margin, in points*/
global(margin_bottom)        /* int, minimum bottom margin, in points*/
global(margin_left)          /* int, minimum left margin, in points*/
global(margin_right)         /* int, minimum rightmargin, in points*/
global(manual_feed_opt)      /* int, 0 don't specify, 1 on, 2 off */
global(postscript_level)     /* int, 1 or 2 for PostScript level 1 or greater */
global(pacificpage)          /* int, 0/1 have pacific page cartridge on Laser */

/* variables to return additional values from functions */
global(min_gap_return)
global(branch_up_min_pos)
global(dup_line_return)

/* these three constants define how close branches of the tree can get */
global(branch_dist_prev)     /* minimum distance from previous generation */
global(branch_dist_same)     /* minimum distance from same generation */
global(branch_dist_next)     /* minimum distance from next generation */

/* stacks for storing the information for each person on the chart */
/* see proc's enqueue_person and print_all_persons */

global(plist_person)  /* the person (to extract name, birth, death) */
global(plist_depth)   /* generation depth */
global(plist_pos)     /* vertical position */
global(plist_line)    /* 0,1 boolean, is direct ancestor? */
global(plist_mdate)   /* marriage date */
global(plist_up)      /* 0,1 boolean, person connects to next up level*/
global(plist_down)    /* 0,1 boolean, person connects to next down level */
global(plist_duplic)  /* 0,1 boolean, the person is a duplicate appearance */
global(plist_height)  /* to store person height for ease of branch adjustment */

/* set for enabling originality of chart appearances by individuals */
global(original_person)
global(original_depth)
global(duplicate_anc_return)
global(duplicate_return)

/* stacks for storing the information for each vertical line on the chart */
/* see proc's enqueue_vertical and print_all_verticals */

global(llist_depth)   /* generation depth */
global(llist_low)     /* starting point */
global(llist_high)    /* finishing point */
global(llist_color)   /* line color */
global(llist_duplic)  /* dashed lines for duplicates */

/* stacks for marking the beginning of a branch in the person and line lists */
global(branch_start_person)
global(branch_start_line)


global(ps_xlat)       /* for a table to hold character translations */
global(opt_xlat)      /* boolean, to control character translation */
global(opt_deparen)   /* boolean, control removal of parenthesized name text */

/*
   keyword: SHORTEN
   uncomment the following 'include' command and verify that the
   included file contains subroutines for place name shortening
*/

/* include("shorten.lllib") */


/*
**  function: interrogate_user
**
**  This function is designed to be modified by the user.  It asks
**  many questions about how to configure the charts.  If your answer
**  to one of the questions is always the same, you can easily
**  hardwire your answer here so that you are never asked again.
**
**  An 'if' statement is wrapped around each question.  The 'if(TRUE)'
**  can be changed to an 'if(FALSE)' to make the program use the default
**  value defined in the 'else' clause instead of asking every time.
**
**  The questions are grouped in the following way:
**    o CHART CONTENT -- root person, chart type, # gen, # gen sib,
**          show half siblings, show half sibling ancestors,
**          # gen half sibling ancestors, matrilinear/patrilinear drop line
**    o LAYOUT -- multi-page and orientation, # pages for multi-page,
**          root person on left or right, mothers or fathers at tops of branches
**    o ADD-ONS -- border, title, label, label text, center label,
**          label in/outside border
**    o STYLE -- font, character encoding, color, desc. branch directions,
**          bold lines of descent, bold line width factor, duplicate handling,
**          display of non-birth relations
**    o FORMAT OF INFORMATION -- date/place format, show 2nd names,
**          address specifics, title before/after name, 
**          lower/upper-case surnames,max. length for names,
**          removing parenthesized text from names
**    o OUTPUT OPTIONS -- paper size/type, minimum margins, manual feed request
**          PacificPage margin modification, filter some PostScript strings
**
*/

func interrogate_user() {

/* CHART CONTENT */

/*
**  QUESTION: Who is the root person?
**
**  This question should always be asked, unless you always use the same
**  person, which is not likely.  If you do set a default, it is a string
**  representation of that persons number.
**
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    set(root_person, 0)
    getindimsg(root_person, "Identify root person for chart (blank to cancel)")
    if(not(root_person)) {
      return(0)       /* signals abnormal termination of interrogate_user() */
    }
  } else {
    set(root_person, indi("1"))
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: What type of chart?
**
**  This should always be asked, unless you never use two of the three
**  types of charts.
**
*/
  if(TRUE) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Ancestors")
    setel(options, 2, "Descendants and Spouses")
    setel(options, 3, "Direct Descendants (Drop line)")
    setel(options, 4, "Ancestors and Descendants of a Family (Combo.)")
    setel(options, 5, "Ancestors and Descendants of an Extended Family (Cousins)")
    setel(options, 6, "Multiple Charts (program editing required)")
    set(chart_type, menuchoose(options, "Select chart type:"))
    if(or(le(chart_type, 0), ge(chart_type, 7))) {
      return(0)       /* signals abnormal termination of interrogate_user() */
    }

/*
    indiset(pset)
    addtoset(pset, root_person, 1)
    if(eq(lengthset(childset(pset)), 0) ) {
      print(" Printing ancestor chart as ", name(root_person), nl())
      print("                                    has no known children.", nl())
      set(chart_type, 1)
    } elsif(eq(lengthset(parentset(pset)), 0) ) {
      print(" Choose a chart with descendants as ", name(root_person),
          " has no known ancestors.", nl())
      getintmsg(chart_type,
          "Specify chart type: 2/descendant, 3/drop line, 4/combo.")
    } else {
      getintmsg(chart_type,
          "Enter chart type: 1/anc., 2/des., 3/drop line, 4/combo., 5/cousins")
    }
*/
  } else {
     set(chart_type, 1)
  }

  /*
     The following is code that pertains to the combination and cousin charts.
     No user-modification is needed between here and the next question.
  */
  if(or( eq(chart_type, 4), eq(chart_type, 5) )) {
    print(" Choose a family via spouse...")
    set(root_fam, choosefam(root_person))
    if(eq(root_fam, 0)) {
       return(0)       /* signals abnormal termination of interrogate_user() */
    }
    print(" done.", nl())

    if(not(and(husband(root_fam), wife(root_fam)))) {
       print(" That family only has one parent.", nl())
       print(" This chart-type requires a family with two parents.", nl())
       return(0)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: How many generations should be shown?
**
**  If there are less than this, then the page is filled anyway,
**  so you only need to ask if you want a restricted number.
**
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    set(min_depth, 1)
    set(max_depth, 1)
    if(ge(chart_type, 2)) {    /* chart has descendants: gen #s go negative */
      getintmsg(min_depth,
          "Maximum number of generations of descendants, including root")
      if(le(min_depth, 0)) {
        set(min_depth, 1)
      }
    }
    if(and( ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3) )) {
      /* chart has ancestors: gen #s go positive */
      getintmsg(max_depth,
          "Maximum number of generations of ancestors, including root")
      if(le(max_depth, 0)) {
        set(max_depth, 1)
      }
    }

  } else {
    set(min_depth, 1)
    set(max_depth, 1)
    if(ne(chart_type, 1)) {
      set(min_depth, 4)
    }
    if(or( eq(chart_type, 1), eq(chart_type, 4), eq(chart_type, 5) )) {
      set(max_depth, 4)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: How many ancestral generations should show siblings?
**
**  If you want to show siblings in all generations, set this default to 999.
**  This question is only asked for ancestral charts.
**
*/

  if(and( ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3) )) {

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(depth_siblings,
          "How many ancestral generations to show siblings")
    } else {
      set(depth_siblings, 999)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should half siblings be shown?
**
**  In the ancestral report, if a parent has had multiple marriages
**  this determines whether the children of these marriages are shown
**  in the aunts/uncles. They are placed above the father or below the
**  mother with a thin vertical line in the aunt/uncle colour.
**
*/

  if( and( ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3), gt(depth_siblings, 0))) {

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(halfsib,
          "Enter 1 to show half-brothers/sisters, 0 to omit them")
    } else {
       set(halfsib, 1)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should ancestors of half siblings be shown?
**  In the ancestral report, if a parent has had multiple marriages
**  this determines whether the ancestors of these spouses are shown.
*/

  if( and(ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3))) {

    if(FALSE) {
      if(halfsib) {
        getintmsg(halfsib_anc,
            "Enter 1 to show ancestors of half siblings, 0 to omit them")
      }
    } else {
      set(halfsib_anc, 1)
    }
  }
  
/*  QUESTION:  In how many generations do you want to show ancestors
**  of half siblings?
**
**  This is the last generation in which, if there are half siblings shown,
**  their ancestors will be shown, subject to the maximum depth limit.
*/

  if( and(ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3))) {

    if(FALSE) {
      if(halfsib_anc) {
        getintmsg(depth_halfsib_anc,
          "Number of generations from which to show ancestors of half siblings")
        if(ge(depth_halfsib_anc, max_depth)) {
          set(depth_halfsib_anc, sub(max_depth, 1))
        }
      }
    } else {
      set(depth_halfsib_anc, sub(max_depth, 1))
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Do you want descendant lines be matrilinear/patrilinear?
**
**  Currently only for dropline charts, this option allows the restriction
**  of descendant lines followed to a particular gender.
**  For branches that are cut off, a short horizontal line is drawn from a
**  person towards the younger generation to indicate that the person has
**  descendants.  This is the same thing that is done when a person has
**  descendants in that go off-chart.
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    if(eq(chart_type, 3)) {
      getintmsg(desc_gender,
          "Enter 2 for patrilinear, 1 for matrilinear, 0 for all descendants")
    } else {
      set(desc_gender, 0)  /* won't be used */
    }
  } else {
    set(desc_gender, 0)
  }

/* LAYOUT */

/*
**  QUESTION: Do you want multi-page poster output, and select orientation.
**
**  This controls whether (PostScript) output spans multiple pages.
**  In PostScript, this is achieved by enlarging the chart and moving
**  the plot origin to cause the desired portion of the chart to land in
**  a clipped region of a given page.
**  
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Single page, in portrait")
    setel(options, 2, "Single page, in landscape")
    setel(options, 3, "Multi page, using portrait sheets of paper")
    setel(options, 4, "Multi page, using landscape sheets of paper")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select page type:"))
    if( eq(0, mc)) {
      return(0) 
    } elsif( eq(1, mc)) {
      set(multi_page, 0)
      set(portrait, 1)
    } elsif( eq(2, mc)) {
      set(multi_page, 0)
      set(portrait, 0)
    } elsif( eq(3, mc)) {
      set(multi_page, 1)
      set(portrait, 1)
    } else {
      set(multi_page, 1)
      set(portrait, 0)
    }
    /* purge options list for later use */
    list(options)  /* new - RES */
    /*while(length(options)) {set(mc, pop(options))}*/
  } else {
    set(multi_page, 0)
    set(portrait, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: How many pages make up the poster?
**
**  You will probably want to always ask this question.  This question is
**  asked if a poster chart is requested.
**
*/

  if(multi_page) {

    if(TRUE) {
      getintmsg( x_pages, "Number of horizontal pages on finished chart")
      getintmsg( y_pages, "Number of vertical pages on finished chart")
    } else {
      set(x_pages, 1)
      set(y_pages, 2)
    }

  } else {
    set(x_pages, 1)
    set(y_pages, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should the younger generations be on the left or right?
**
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg( mirror_chart,
        "Enter younger generations on the left (0), or the right (1)")
  } else {
    set( mirror_chart, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should mothers appear at the tops of ancestral branches?
*/

  if( and(ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3))) {

    if(TRUE) {
      getintmsg(mom_first,
          "Enter 1 to put mothers at top of anc. branches, 0 for fathers")
    } else {
      set(mom_first, 0)
    }
  }

/* ADD-ONS */

/*
**  QUESTION: Should a decorative border be shown?
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(display_border,
      "Enter 1 to print a decorative border, 0 to print no border")
  } else {
    set(display_border, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should descriptive title be displayed?
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    getintmsg(display_title,
        "Enter 1 to display descriptive title , 0 for no title")
    } else {
    set(display_title, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Use an automaticly generated title, or a user-specified one?
*/

  if(and(FALSE, display_title)) {
    getstrmsg(chart_title_override,
        "Enter chart title, or none to have one created automatically.") 
  } else {
    set(chart_title_override, "")
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should a chart label be shown?
**
**  The chart label identifies the preparer, and optionally,
**  what would have been in the chart title, should one be omitted.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(display_label,
        "Enter 1 to display identifying label , 0 for no label")
  } else {
    set(display_label, 0)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: What message (label) should be shown at the bottom of the chart?
**
**  I suggest not asking this question, and setting a default credit with
**  your name.  The advantage of this is that you can have the date
**  automatically inserted.
**
*/

  set(label_set, 0)

  if(FALSE) {
    if(display_label) {
      getstrmsg(chart_label, "Label for corner of chart (your name, date)")
      set(chart_label, save(chart_label))
      set(label_set, 1)
    }
  }
  if(not(label_set)) {
    /* want to make sure there is a label written to the PostScript file, */
    /* in case user sets 'display_label' to true in PostScript output later */
    dayformat(2)
    monthformat(4)
    dateformat(0) /* format for date, if used in 'rpt_name' or 'chart_label' */

    set(rpt_name,
      "produced by Your Name, your web, e-mail, or mail address, for instance"
    )
    if(display_title) {
      /* don't need to repeat information given in title */
      set( chart_label, concat( save( stddate( gettoday() )), "  ", rpt_name))
    } else {
      set(chart_label,
        concat(save(stddate(gettoday())), "  ", chart_title(), "  ", rpt_name))
    }
  }


/*
**  QUESTION: Should the chart_label be centered?
**
**  Concerns the position on the first page (lower left) for the chart label.
**  The choices are to center the label, or to put it near the left edge.
**
*/

  if(display_label) {

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(chart_label_centered,
          "Enter 1 to center chart label, 0 for left")
    } else {
       set(chart_label_centered, 0)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Print label inside or outside the border?
**  If both a border and the label are to be on a chart, it is possible
**  to specify whether the label should go inside or outside the border.
*/

  if( and(display_border, display_label)) {

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(label_outside,
          "Enter 1 to place label outside border, 0 for inside")
    } else {
      set(label_outside, 1)
    }

  } else {
    set(label_outside, 1)
  }

/* STYLE */

/*
**  QUESTION: What font should be used for names?
**
**  Because it is such a pain to enter a font name, and a spelling mistake
**  will get you an ugly default font, this should be set to a default.  I
**  suggest one of: Times-Roman, NewCenturySchlbk-Roman, or ZapfChancery.
**  Choosing the font via lists is provided primarily for when one is
**  curious as to what the others look like on a chart.
**
**  Search the Postscript code at bottom of this file for ideas (and spellings).
**  Look for "bolddict" where font names and their bold equivalents are defined.
**  When adding a new font choice, you should add the bold name (if one exists)
**  in the PS code yourself, using the existing code as a guide.  If your font
**  doesn't have a bold version, then the font itself will be used when a bold
**  font is called for.
**
**  For fonts with characters that are to be placed right-to-left it may be
**  necessary to add the font's name and an association with the 'rlshow'
**  procedure within the PostScript code.  This is done in the setup of a
**  PostScript dictionary.  Look for "fshowdict begin" below and follow
**  existing code as an example.  If that font also has a bold version, then
**  do the same for it, or the font will be shown r-to-l but the bold version
**  will go l-to-r.
**
**  If a font encoding array (like ISOLatin1, provided by PostScript Level 2)
**  is used with a font that uses non-standard character names, then many
**  or all characters may not show (they get replaced with .notdef).
**  In that case, in order to use the font, font reencoding should not be used.
**
**  Some fonts don't specify a FontBBox -- the dimensions of a rectangle that
**  will enclose any letter form, or glyph, from the font.  In this case,
**  the PostScript code produced may rely on estimating character dimensions
**  by testing a few letters.  Hershey-Gothic-English is such a font.
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    set(font_name, choose_font("individual names"))
    if(not(font_name)) {
      return(0)
    }
  } else {
    /*set( font_name, "Times-Roman")*/
    set( font_name, "ZapfChancery-MediumItalic")
    /*copyfile("/usr/local/lib/ghostscript/zcr.gsf")*/
    /*copyfile("/usr/local/lib/ghostscript/zcb.gsf")*/
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Which font should be used for individual info (dates/places)?
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    set(ifont_name, choose_font("individual info"))
    if(not(ifont_name)) {
      return(0)
    }
  } else {
    set(ifont_name, "Times-Roman")
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Which, if any, character encoding to enforce?
**
**  In some PostScript fonts, there are more characters available than
**  the 256 integers (ASCII) used to represent different text characters.
**  An encoding vector is used to assign a subset of the available glyphs or
**  letterforms to the 256 character codes (0 through 255).
**  This allows PostScript output to match the characters available to
**  genealogy software on many platforms.
**
**  However, if accented characters are not needed, or the encodings in
**  the fonts are sufficient, then simply using
**  an encoding built into a font file (no change) results in a smaller
**  PostScript file.
**
**  Printers may be incapable of composing accents with plain letters when
**  an accented character is not directly available in a font.
**  To get around this, printing the output through Ghostscript or converting
**  the PostScript output to PDF with Ghostscript or other conversion utility
**  should work.
**
**  ISO-Latin 1, or ISO 8859-1, is a world-wide standard for most languages
**  of Latin origin: Albanian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Cornish, Danish, Dutch
**  English, Faroese, Finish (exc. S,s,Z,z with caron),
**  French (except OE, oe, and Y-with-dieresis), Frisian, Galician, German,
**  Greenlandic, Icelandic, Irish Gaelic (new orthography), Italian, Latin,
**  Luxemburgish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romanic, Scottish Gaelic,
**  Spanish, Swedish.
**
**  ISO Latin 2, or ISO 8859-2, covers these languages:  Albanian, Croatian,
**  Czech, English, German, Hungarian, Latin, Polish, Romanian (cedilla below
**  S,s,T,t instead of comma), Slovak, Sloverian, Sorbian.
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "ISO Latin 1")
    setel(options, 2, "ISO Latin 2")
    setel(options, 3, "MS-DOS Codepage 437 (extended ASCII) international chars.")
    setel(options, 4, "let the font decide for me (use encoding specified in PS font)")
    set(enc_choice, menuchoose(options,
       "Select font reencoding, or (q) to use font's built-in encoding"))
    if(eq(enc_choice, 4)) {
       set(enc_choice, 0)
    }
  } else {
    set(enc_choice, 1)
  }


/*
**  QUESTION: Should color be used?
**
**  If you don't have access to a color printer, you should probably turn
**  off this question.
**
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg( color_chart, "Enter 0 for black/white, 1 for color")
  } else {
    set(color_chart, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Which way should descendant branches go?
**
**  The charting procedures can make decisions about branch directions,
**  roughtly, choosing up for the first half and down for the second half
**  of a person's descendant branches.
**  This may be overriden by forcing all branches to go up or all to go down.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    if(and( ne(chart_type, 1) , ne(chart_type, 3))) {
      getintmsg( updown_override,
          "Desc. branch direction: -2: all up, 0: mix, 2: all down")
    } else {
      set(updown_override, 0)
    }
  } else {
    set(updown_override, 0)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should the direct line of descent be put in bold?
**
**  Puts the text and lines for the direct line in bold.
**
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(bold_chart, "Enter 1 for bold direct line, 0 for all the same")
  } else {
    set(bold_chart, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: What scale factor should be used to make bold lines?
**
**  The default value should be 2 or 3.
**  A value of 1 will make bold lines look the same as non-bolded ones.
*/

    if(and( FALSE, bold_chart)) {
      getintmsg(bold_factor,
          "Enter the bold factor for direct relation lines")
    } else {
      set(bold_factor, 3)
    }

/*
**  QUESTION: How should duplicate individuals be handled?
**
**  When someone appears on a chart twice it can be helpful
**  to mark the duplicate entries so they aren't thought to
**  be different ancestors/descendants at first glance.
**
**  The options are to print a duplicate's horizontal lines in
**  a dashed style or to do that plus truncate a duplicate's ancestors
**  (since they would possibly already appear on the chart).

*/
/* RES!? -has truncation of descendants been enabled yet? */

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(duplic_handling,
      "For duplicate individuals, make: 0 no change, 1 dashed, 2 truncated")
  } else {
    set(duplic_handling, 2)
  }

/*
** QUESTION: Do you want to show non-birth or legal relatives
**           (by adoption, fostering, or sealing relationsships) with
**           thin light blue lines, same as for other non-blood relatives?
** Non-birth child-to-family (FAMC) connections are indicated
** (according to GEDCOM 5.5) with a PEDI subnode of the FAMC node.
** The recognized values for the PEDI subnode are
** Birth, Adopted, Foster, Sealed.
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    getintmsg(opt_rel_famc,
      "Enter 1/0 for Adopted, Foster, and Sealing connections to be non-blood")
  } else {
    set(opt_rel_famc, 1)
  }

/* FORMAT OF INFORMATION */

/*
**  QUESTION: How should dates/places of birth/death/marriage be shown?
**
**  This is actually three questions, or the same question for birth
**  death and marriage dates.  The codes cause the dates to be printed
**  as follows.
**
**      0: do not show date
**      1: full date only
**         [ LifeLines date() function ]
**      2: date and place, just year and State/Country
**         [ LifeLines short() function ]
**      3: full date and full place, can get very long and thus smushed
**         [ LifeLines long() function ]
**      4: full date and first item on PLAC line
**      5: full date and first two items on PLAC line
**      6: full date and first three items on PLAC line
**      7: year and up to two sufficient components from the PLAC line
**
**  For more specific comments and the code that corresponds to these styles,
**  search for "func dateplace(".
**  To enable place modification or shortening, a date-place style that calls
**  on the modify function must be used. Currently: 4, 5, 6, 7.
**                                                      keyword: SHORTEN
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    set(dateplace_birth, 99)
    while( or( lt(dateplace_birth, 0), gt(dateplace_birth, max_dateplace))) {
      getintmsg(dateplace_birth,
              "Birth date style (0:no,1:date,2:short,3:long,4:d+1p,5:d+2p,6:d+3p,7:y+2p)")
    }
    set(dateplace_death, 99)
    while( or( lt(dateplace_death, 0), gt(dateplace_death, max_dateplace))) {
      getintmsg(dateplace_death,
              "Death date style (0:no,1:date,2:short,3:long,4:d+1p,5:d+2p,6:d+3p,7:y+2p)")
    }
    set(dateplace_marriage, 99)
    while( or( lt(dateplace_marriage, 0), gt(dateplace_marriage, max_dateplace))) {
      getintmsg(dateplace_marriage,
              "Marriage date style (0:no,1:date,2:short,3:long,4:d+1p,5:d+2p,6:d+3p,6:y+2p)")
    }
    set(dateplace_burial, 99)
    while( or( lt(dateplace_burial, 0), gt(dateplace_burial, max_dateplace))) {
      getintmsg(dateplace_burial,
              "Burial date style (0:no,1:date,2:short,3:long,4:d+1p,5:d+2p,6:d+3p,7:y+2p*)")
    }
  } else {
    set(dateplace_birth, 6)
    set(dateplace_death, 6)
    set(dateplace_marriage, 6)
    set(dateplace_burial, 6)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Is it ok to abbreviate (some) place components?
**
**  Should a function made available in an external file via an include
**  statement prior to this function (interrogate_user) be used to 
**  abbreviate some place components, such as country, state, or province
**  names?
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg( place_modify,
        "Enter a 1 to allow place abbreviating, 0 to dissallow")
  } else {
    set(place_modify, 0)      /* keyword: SHORTEN */
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should second names be shown with person info?
**
**  Should there be a second name for a person, is it to be shown
**  with the other person info (in the same font size as the other info lines)?
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg( show_altname,
        "Enter 1 to show 2nd name as information, 0 to suppress")
  } else {
    set(show_altname, 1)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should addresses be shown?
**
**  Should a person's last address node be used to obtain a street address,
**  phone number, and e-mail address?
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg( show_address,
        "Enter 1 to show address information, 0 to suppress")
  } else {
    set(show_address, 0)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should any address node (ADDR, RESI) be used or
**            just active ones (ADDR)?
**
**  Notes: ADDR is a GEDCOM 5.5 standard.
**         RESI is a GEDCOM 5.5 standard for a former, "resided at"
**              address.  This allows the ADDR node type to be used strictly
**              for current addresses.
*/

  if(show_address) {

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(no_resides_at,
          "Enter 1 to show only current addresses, 0 for any address type")
    } else {
      set(no_resides_at, 0)
    }
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: How should an individual's title be used?
**
**  I would leave this default set to 'guess' (3), or 'none' (0), if you
**  don't want the titles.  If you find a title that is guessed incorrectly,
**  please send an e-mail to the maintainer.
**
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(title_method, "Title method (0:none,1:prefix,2:suffix,3:guess)")
  } else {
    set(title_method, 3)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should surnames be in upper case?
**
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(surname_upper,
        "Enter 1 for surnames in upper case, 0 for as is")
  } else {
    set(surname_upper, 0)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: What is the maximum length for names?
**
**  It is best to just set a default maximum name length.  If you want
**  to always show the complete name, just set the default to 999.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(name_letters, "Maximum name length")
  } else {
    set(name_letters, 40)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Should parenthesized text be omitted from names in charts.
**
**  This is to improve the chances that all important parts of a name
**  are shown.  Before names are cut to their length limit
**  (name_letters, above) text within a full name that is parenthesized may
**  be removed.  The routine used will catch any logical pairings of
**  '(' and ')' and can even handle nesting of parentheses.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(opt_deparen,
        "Enter 1 to remove parenthesized text from names, 0 otherwise.")
  } else {
    set(opt_deparen, 1)
  }

/* OUTPUT OPTIONS */

/*
**  QUESTION: What paper size is expected?
**
**  This presents a list of paper sizes to choose from, or the option
**  of a custom size.  The custom size feature would be appropriate to
**  make a chart that can be included as an EPS file in another document.
**
**  The variables paper_height and paper_width are set to integer values
**  corresponding to the page dimensions, in points (72 points = 1 inch)*
**  Here are sizes and names taken from the PostScript news group's FAQ:
          Paper Size                      Dimension (in points)
          ------------------------------  ---------------------
          Comm #10 Envelope               297 x 684
          C5 Envelope                     461 x 648
          DL Envelope                     312 x 624
          Folio                           595 x 935
          Executive                       522 x 756
          Letter                          612 x 792
          Legal                           612 x 1008
          Ledger                          1224 x 792
          Tabloid                         792 x 1224
      **  A0                              2384 x 3370
          A1                              1684 x 2384
          A2                              1191 x 1684
          A3                              842 x 1191
          A4                              595 x 842
          A5                              420 x 595
          A6                              297 x 420
          A7                              210 x 297
          A8                              148 x 210
          A9                              105 x 148
          B0                              2920 x 4127
          B1                              2064 x 2920
          B2                              1460 x 2064
          B3                              1032 x 1460
          B4                              729 x 1032
          B5                              516 x 729
          B6                              363 x 516
          B7                              258 x 363
          B8                              181 x 258
          B9                              127 x 181 
          B10                             91 x 127

    * In PostScript and desktop publishing in general, points 1/72 inch,
      or .3527777778 mm.  1 pica = 12 points.  In traditional typography,
      points are 1/72.27 inch, or .3514598035 mm.  Metric resolutions are
      common with phototypesetters and supported by HTML, while laser and
      inkjet printers primarily use points or inches.

    **ISO 216 paper size system is based on the principle of doubling and
      halving to produce larger or smaller sizes, which are proportional to
      the original when rotated one quarter turn.  The side length ratio which
      accomplishes this is 1 : 'square root of 2'.
      Size A0 has an area of one square meter.
      The fixed aspect ratio of the different size papers makes photocopier
      enlarging/reducing a breeze.  Only the U.S. and Canada persist in their
      government and business use of non-ISO paper sizes, among industrialized
      nations.
*/

  if(TRUE) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Adaptive, maximum area available")
    setel(options, 2, "EPSF, custom size (single page)")
    setel(options, 3, "Letter, 8 1/2\" x 11\" or 612 x 792 points")
    setel(options, 4, "Legal, 8 1/2\" x 14\" or 612 x 1008 points")
    setel(options, 5, "Ledger (Tabloid), 11\" x 17\" or 792 x 1224 points")
    setel(options, 6, "A4, 595 x 842 points")
    setel(options, 7, "A3, 842 x 1191 points")
    setel(options, 8, "B5, 516 x 729 points")
    setel(options, 9, "B4, 729 x 1032 points")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select page size:"))
    if( eq(mc, 1)) {
       set(paper_name, "NONE")  /* other paper_names are suitable for ps2pdf */
    } elsif( eq(mc, 2)) {
       getintmsg(paper_width, "Enter image width, in points")
       getintmsg(paper_height, "Enter image height, in points")
       set(paper_name, "EPSF")
       set( multi_page, 0)
       set( x_pages, 1)
       set( y_pages, 1)
    } elsif( eq(mc, 3)) {     /* Letter */
       set(paper_width, 612)
       set(paper_height, 792)
       set(paper_name, "letter")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 4)) {     /* Legal  */
       set(paper_width, 612)
       set(paper_height, 1008)
       set(paper_name, "legal")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 5)) {     /* Ledger */
       set(paper_width, 792)
       set(paper_height, 1223)
       set(paper_name, "ledger")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 6)) {     /*  A4    */
       set(paper_width, 595)
       set(paper_height, 842)
       set(paper_name, "a4")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 7)) {     /*  A3    */
       set(paper_width, 842)
       set(paper_height, 1191)
       set(paper_name, "a3")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 8)) {     /*  B5    */
       set(paper_width, 516)
       set(paper_height, 729)
       set(paper_name, "b5")
    } elsif( eq(mc, 9)) {     /*  B4    */
       set(paper_width, 729)
       set(paper_height, 1032)
       set(paper_name, "b4")
    } else {  /* user must have chosen 'q'uit */
      return(0)
    }
  } else {
    /* DEFAULT paper size, if the question is not to be asked */
    /* copy from above, capitalization and spelling of name are important */
    set(paper_name, "NONE")
  }

/*
**  QUESTION:  Specify minimum margins for each side of the paper.
**
**  The resulting PostScript file asks the printer how close to
**  the edge of the paper it can print.
**  If the maximum size chart is desired, set the margins to zero.
**
**  For all but the Adaptive page size, if a margin is required, specify it
**  here to ensure a margin at least that wide.
**      Margins on printed pages may be wider if the printing device requires
**      more distance from the edges of the paper.
**
**  For the Adaptive page size, margins are subtracted from what the printing
**  device gives as it's printing area.  In this case, margins specified here
**  are added onto the devices margins.
**  Be aware that when converting to a PDF file, margins become fixed.
**  This can result in edges of the intended output getting cropped by printing
**  from a PDF viewer.  If necessary, a shrink-to-fit option may be used
**  with such viewers -or- the margins specified here may be made large
**  enough to accomodate most printers self-imposed margins.  30 points may do.
**
**  The answers to these questions should be to the nearest integer point value,
**  18 points = 1/4 inch, 36 points = 1/2 inch, 72 points = 1 inch.
**
*/

    if(FALSE) {
      getintmsg(margin_top, "Minimum width of TOP margin")
      getintmsg(margin_bottom, "Minimum width of BOTTOM margin")
      getintmsg(margin_left, "Minimum width of LEFT margin")
      getintmsg(margin_right, "Minimum width of RIGHT margin")
    } else {
      set(margin_top, 30)
      set(margin_bottom, 30)
      set(margin_left, 30)
      set(margin_right, 30)
    }

/*
**   QUESTION: Do you want to try to tell the printer to request a manual feed?
**
*/
  if( and( nestr(paper_name, "EPSF"), nestr(paper_name, "NONE"))) {

    if(TRUE) {
      getintmsg(manual_feed_opt,
          "Manual feed request: 0 don't specify, 1 on, 2 off")
    } else {
      set( manual_feed_opt, 0)
    }

  } else {
    set( manual_feed_opt, 0)
  }

/*
**   QUESTION: Use PostScript Level 1 or Level 2 paper size request?
**
*/
  if( eq(manual_feed_opt, 1)) {

    if(TRUE) {
      set(postscript_level, 0)
      while( and( ne(postscript_level, 1), ne(postscript_level, 2))) {
        getintmsg(postscript_level,
               "Specify PostScript Level of printer: 1 or 2 (for 2 or higher)")
      }
    } else {
      set(postscript_level, 1)
    }
  }

/*
**   QUESTION: Use modification for PacificPage cartridge?
**
**   Adds to the PostScript output a margin modification specific to this
**   device.  This PostScript modification should be left out for
**   PostScript Level 1 compatibility.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(pacificpage,
        "Enter 1 for PacificPage modification, 0 to leave it out")
  } else {
    set(pacificpage, 0)
  }

/*
**  QUESTION: Do you want to filter some PostScript strings to protect
**            PostScript files from errors.
**
**  Unbalanced parentheses or lone backslash characters can cause problems in
**  strings stored in PostScript files.  This option enables their being
**  made safer.
*/

  if(FALSE) {
    getintmsg(opt_xlat,
        "Enter 1 to protect PostScript from dangerous characters, 0 otherwise")
  } else {
    set(opt_xlat, 1)
  }

/*
**  END OF QUESTIONS
**
*/

  return(1)      /* signals that all necessary questions were answered */
}

/*
** function: choose_font
**
** Assists the user in selecting a font name.
**
*/

func choose_font(purpose) {
  list(options)
  setel(options, 1, "Roman")
  setel(options, 2, "Italic (default)")
  setel(options, 3, "Arabic")
  setel(options, 4, "Hebrew")
  set(ff, menuchoose(options, concat("Select font face for ", purpose, ": ")))
  if(eq(ff, 1)) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Times Roman (default)")
    setel(options, 2, "New Century Schoolbook")
    setel(options, 3, "Garamond")
    setel( options, 4, "Hershey Plain")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select font family: "))
    if( eq(2, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "NewCenturySchlbk-Roman")
    } elsif( eq(3, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "AGaramond-Regular")
    } elsif( eq(4, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "Hershey-Plain")
    } else {
      set(font_choice, "Times-Roman")
    }
  } elsif(eq(ff, 2)) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Times Italic (default)")
    setel(options, 2, "New Century Schoolbook Italic")
    setel(options, 3, "Garamond Italic")
    setel(options, 4, "ZapfChancery")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select font: "))
    if(eq(1, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "Times-Italic")
    } elsif(eq(2, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "NewCenturySchlbk-Italic")
    } elsif(eq(3, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "AGaramond-Italic")
    } elsif(eq(4, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "ZapfChancery-MediumItalic")
      /*copyfile("/usr/local/lib/ghostscript/fonts/zcr.gsf")*/
      /*copyfile("/usr/local/lib/ghostscript/fonts/zcb.gsf")*/
    } else {
      set(font_choice, "Times-Italic")
    }
  } elsif(eq(ff, 3)) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "OmegaRsimms")
    setel(options, 2, "Baghdad")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select font: "))
    if(eq(1, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "OmArabicRsimms (default)")
    } elsif(eq(2, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "Baghdad")
    } else {
      set(font_choice, "OmArabicRsimms")
    }
  } elsif(eq(ff, 4)) {
    list(options)
    setel(options, 1, "Jerusalem")
    set(mc, menuchoose(options, "Select font: "))
    if(eq(1, mc)) {
      set(font_choice, "Jerusalem (default)")
    } else {
      set(font_choice, "Jerusalem")
    }
  } else {
    set(font_choice, 0)     /* user must want to quit */
  }
  return(font_choice)
}

/*
**  procedure: main
**
**  The main procedure.
**
*/

proc main() {
  /* set constants */

  set(version, "ps-anc8.86, 4 Jul 2004")
  set(TRUE, 1)       /* to make code in interrogate_user() */
  set(FALSE, 0)      /* more user friendly                 */
  set(UP, neg(1))    /* constant, branch direction indicator */
  set(NEUTRAL, 0)    /* constant, branch direction indicator */
  set(DOWN, 1)       /* constant, branch direction indicator */

  set(name_height, 1000)          /* height to allow for name text */
  set(date_height, 600)           /* height to allow for date text */

  set(branch_dist_prev, 1000)     /* previous generation */
  set(branch_dist_same, 1250)     /* same generation */
  set(branch_dist_next, 1000)     /* next generation */
  set(tighten, TRUE)              /* ok for desc branches to be side-by-side */

  set(corner_height, 1000)        /* space between parent and extreme child 
                                     -- name_height was formerly used for this*/
  set(min_sibling_spacer, 500)    /* force this much space between siblings */
  
  set(max_dateplace, 6)           /* number of date-place styles */

  /* initialize other global variables and declare global stacks */

  set(debug, FALSE)              /* debugging output should depend on these */
  set(debug2, FALSE)
  set(debug_postscript, TRUE)    /* adds features to PostScript file:        */
                                 /* in PS file, set show_positions to 'true' */

  print(nl()) /* trying to make screen output not get clobbered by LL menu */
  if(interrogate_user()) {        /* set options, some specified by user */
    set(start_depth, 0)           /* any posInteger or neg(posInteger) is ok */

    /* make depths rel. to start_depth, and figure depth offset for array */
    /*if(or( eq(chart_type, 1), eq(chart_type, 4), eq(chart_type, 5) )) {*/
    if( and(ne(chart_type, 2), ne(chart_type, 3))) {
      set(depth_siblings, add(start_depth, sub(depth_siblings, 1)))
      set(depth_halfsib_anc, add(start_depth, sub(depth_halfsib_anc, 1)))
    }
    set( max_depth, add(start_depth, sub(max_depth, 1)))
    set( min_depth, sub(start_depth, sub(min_depth, 1)))
    set( high_pos_gen_offset, sub( 1, min_depth))

    call initialize_data()    /* declares and clears contents of lists */

    if(place_modify) {
      /* keyword: SHORTEN
         these commands prepare for place abbreviation supported
         by an included program 
      */
      table(abbvtab)
      call setupabbvtab()
    }

    if(opt_xlat) {
      /*  Initialize PostScript translation table to escape characters */
      table(ps_xlat)
      insert(ps_xlat,"(","\\(")
      insert(ps_xlat,")","\\)")
      insert(ps_xlat,"\\","\\\\")
    }

    /* generate chart data */
    if( eq(chart_type, 1)) {
      set(not_used, do_anc( root_person, start_depth, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0) )
    } elsif( eq(chart_type, 2)) {
      set(not_used, do_des2(root_person, start_depth, 0, NEUTRAL, 2, 0, 0, 0))
    } elsif( eq(chart_type, 4)) {
      call combo2()    /* all the information it needs is global */
    } elsif( eq(chart_type, 5)) {
      call do_cousins()  /* all the information it needs is global */
    } elsif( eq(chart_type, 3)) {
      set(not_used, dropline(root_person, start_depth, 0, FALSE, 2, 0))
    } elsif( eq(chart_type, 6)) {
      /* With a few rules, you can put multiple charts in the same layout
         The first chart may be of any type, but for now, additional charts
         within the same layout must be among anc, des, and drop line.     */
      /* The combo and cousins charts insist on their central generation
         being at 'start_depth'.  However, anc, des, and drop line charts may
         be started from any generation, specified in their 'depth' argument. */
      /* Run the program, choose a person who has descendants (to avoid the
         automatic choice of ancestor chart)
         Give '5' for the chart type.
         If duplicate appearances happen accross different charts, then
         the lists original_person and original_depth must be init'ed between
         chart calls to keep them from being treated as duplicates, if desired.
      */
      set(display_label, 1)
      set(chart_label_centered, 0)
      set(chart_label, "� Rugrats created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo and Paul Germain.")
      set(display_title, 1)
      set(chart_title_override, "The Rugrats")
      
      set(child_depth, sub(start_depth, 1))

      set(root_person, indi("17")) /* Tommy Pickles */
      set(root_fam, parents(root_person)) /* Stu & Didi */
      call do_cousins()
      print("Done Stu & Didi.", nl())

      set(root_person, indi("7")) /* Phil */
      set(root_fam, parents(root_person))
      call combo2()
      print("Done Phil & Lil", nl())

       set(root_fam, fam("F1"))
      call combo2()
      /*set(root_person, indi("1"))*/ /* Chuckie Finster */
      /*set(not_used, do_anc(root_person, child_depth, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0))*/
      print("Done Chuckie.", nl())

      set(root_person, indi("26")) /* Susie Carmichael */
      set(root_fam, parents(root_person))
      call combo2()
      print("Done Susie.", nl())
    }
    print(" ", d(length(plist_person)), " individuals shown on the chart.",nl())

    /* use chart data to create a PostScript file as output */
    call write_ps(font_name, ifont_name,
        x_pages, y_pages, high_depth, low_depth)

    /* apply external file conversion/viewing command */
    newfile(outfile(), TRUE)  /* thump output buffer */

    list(actions)
    list(choices)
    print("Output file full-name: ", outfile(), nl())
    enqueue(choices, "Convert with 'ps2pdf'")
    if(eqstr(paper_name, "NONE")) {
      enqueue(actions, concat("ps2pdf -dPDFSETTINGS=/printer ", outfile(),
        " `echo ", outfile(), "|sed 's:\.ps:\.pdf:'` && rm -i ", outfile() ))
    } else {
      enqueue(actions, concat("ps2pdf -dPDFSETTINGS=/printer ",
        "-sPAPERSIZE=", paper_name, " ", 
        outfile(),
        " `echo ", outfile(), "|sed 's:\.ps:\.pdf:'` && rm -i ", outfile() ))
    }
    /*enqueue(actions, concat("ps2pdf ", outfile())*/
    enqueue(choices, "View with 'MacGhostViewX'")
    enqueue(actions, concat("open -a ",
      "/Applications/MacGhostViewX/MacGhostViewX.app ", outfile()))
    enqueue(choices, "Convert with 'PStill'")
    enqueue(actions, concat("open -a ",
      "/Applications/Stone\\ Studio/PStill.app ", outfile()))
    set(mc, menuchoose(choices, "Choose an action or (q)uit to leave as is"))
    if(mc) {
      print("performing: ", getel(actions, mc), nl())
      system(getel(actions, mc))
    }

  }
}

/*
**  function: do_anc
**
**  A recursive function to position persons on an ancestral chart.
**  First, a recursive call is made to put the father on the chart.
**  Where he is put on the chart determines the minimum position for
**  the mother.  Once the father and mother are put on the chart, the
**  siblings are put on the chart.
**
*/

func do_anc(person, depth, person_minpos, marriage_date, has_des, rel, duplicate) {
  if( or( gt(depth, add(high_depth, 1)), eq(length(plist_person), 0)) ) {
    set(ceiling, FALSE)
  } else {
    set(ceiling, TRUE)
  }
  set(min_gap_set, FALSE)
  if(and(tighten, lt(depth, max_depth))) {
    call cloak(add(depth, 1))
  }
  set(abs_min_pos, get_clearance(depth, 0))
  if(gt(depth, max_depth)) {
    set(duplicate_anc_return, 0)
    set(min_gap_return, -1)
    return(max(person_minpos, abs_min_pos))
  }

  set(fam, choosefamc(person))
  set(rel_next, rel_famc(person, fam, rel))
  if(fam) {   /* make a var suitable for passing as a parameter */
    set(has_anc, 1)
  } else {
    set(has_anc, 0)
  }
  if(mom_first) {
    set(par1, mother(person))
    set(par2, father(person))
  } else {
    set(par1, father(person))
    set(par2, mother(person))
  }
  set(notcutoff, not(
    and( eq(duplic_handling, 2), or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth)) ) ))

  /* Figure out number of siblings and total sibling height.         */
  /* Father is allowed to be older_sib_height above person_minpos.   */
  /* sibling_height will be min distance between the first and last  */
  /* sibling horizontal  */
  set(sibling_height, 0)
  set(older_sib_height, 0)
  set(num_not_younger, 1) /* count of prior sibling buffers space */
  if(and( fam, le(depth, depth_siblings), notcutoff )) {
    set(num_siblings, nchildren(fam))
    children(fam, child, cn) {
      if(eq(person, child)) {
        set(older_sib_height, sibling_height)
        if(gt(num_siblings, 1)) {
          set(older_sib_height, add(older_sib_height, corner_height))
        }
        set(num_not_younger, cn)
      }
      if(ne(cn, num_siblings)) {
        set(sibling_height, add(sibling_height,
          person_height2(child, eq(child, person), marriage_date),
          min_sibling_spacer))
      }
      call reserve(child, depth)
    }
    call reserve(fam, depth)
  } else {
    set(num_siblings, 1)
    call reserve(person, depth)
  }

  /* See if father had any other children by a different mother
   * and add up the space to show them.  */
  set(branch_top, max(sub(person_minpos, older_sib_height), abs_min_pos))
  /* space for adjustment for cases except half-sibs with their ancestors */
  if(ceiling) {
    set(min_gap, sub(branch_top, abs_min_pos))
  }
  set(hsibling_height, 0)
  set(do_hs, 0)
  set(hs_line_start, 0)
      /* remember the people of this branch in case they have to be moved */
  call remember_branch_start()   /* for branch adjustment */

  if(and( gt(nfamilies(par1), 1), le(depth, depth_siblings),
           halfsib, notcutoff )) {
    set(dup_line, 1)
    families(par1, fv, sv, nf) {
/*      if(ne(fam, fv)) {*/
/* RES: stopgap */
      if(nestr(key(fam), key(fv))) {
        set(dup_line, and( dup_line, blocked(fv, depth)))
        if(and( halfsib_anc, le(depth, depth_halfsib_anc), notcutoff )) {
          call reserve(fv, depth)   /* reserve since parents will show */
          set(mdate, dateplace(marriage(fv), dateplace_marriage))
          set(pos, do_anc(sv, add(depth, 1), add(branch_top, hsibling_height),
              mdate, 1, 0, duplicate) )
          if(not(do_hs)){
            set(hs_line_start, pos) /* top end of half sib. vertical */
            set(branch_top, pos)
            /* this min_gap will be less than or equal to the previous one */
            if(and(ceiling, ne(min_gap_return, -1))) {
              set(min_gap, min(min_gap_return, min_gap))
              set(min_gap_set, TRUE)
            }
            set(do_hs, 1)
          } else {
            set(hs_bottom, pos)
            /* show children by previous spouse */
            set(pos, distribute_children(fv_prev, branch_top, hs_bottom,
                hsibling_height, depth, rel_next) )
            set(branch_top, hs_bottom)
          }
          set(fv_prev, fv)
          /* figure height of siblings by current spouse */
          set(hsibling_height, corner_height)
          children(fv, child, cn) {
            set(hsibling_height, add(hsibling_height,
                person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), min_sibling_spacer))
            call reserve(child, depth)
          }
        } else {
          children(fv, child, cn) {
            set(hsibling_height, add(hsibling_height,
                person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), min_sibling_spacer))
            call reserve(child, depth)
            if(not(do_hs)) {
              set(do_hs, 1)
            }
          }
        }
      }
    } /* end families loop for stepfamilies via parent #1 */
  }

  /* do father if he exists and is not too deep */
  set(dad_min_pos, add(branch_top, hsibling_height) )
  if(and( fam, lt(depth, max_depth), notcutoff )) {
    /* don't want to stretch the siblings, so constrain dad *
     * to be older_sib_height distance from person_minpos;  *
     * it will get added back before placement of person    */
    set(dad_pos, do_anc(par1, add(depth, 1), dad_min_pos,
        dateplace(marriage(fam), dateplace_marriage), 1, rel_next,
          or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth))) )
    set(first_sib_pos, add(dad_pos, corner_height))
    set(dup_dad, duplicate_anc_return)
    if( and( ceiling, ne(min_gap_return, -1), not(min_gap_set) ) ) {
      set(min_gap, min(min_gap_return, min_gap))
      set(min_gap_set, TRUE)
    }
  } else {    /* didn't do dad */
    set(dad_pos, dad_min_pos)
    if(gt(num_siblings, 1)) {
      /* if there are siblings then allow for just corner_height vert. *
       * line above first sibling  when siblings aren't shown            */
      set(first_sib_pos, add(dad_pos, corner_height))
    } else {
      set(first_sib_pos, dad_min_pos)
    }
    set(dup_dad, 0)
  }

  /* Do mother if she exists and is not too deep. */
  /* Her branch, will be at least branch_dist_same from dad's branch. */
  set(last_sib_pos, add(first_sib_pos, sibling_height))
  set(mom_min_pos, last_sib_pos)
  if(and( fam, lt(depth, max_depth), notcutoff )) {
    set(mom_min_pos, add(mom_min_pos, corner_height))
    set(mom_pos, do_anc(par2, add(depth, 1), mom_min_pos, 0, 1, rel_next,
        or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth))) )
    set(last_sib_pos, sub(mom_pos, corner_height))
    set(dup_mom, duplicate_anc_return)
    set(do_vertical_line, TRUE)
  } else {    /* didn't do mom */
    if(gt(num_siblings, 1)) {
      /* if more than one sibling then corner_height    *
       * is added to siblings vertical line             */
      set(mom_pos, add(mom_min_pos, corner_height))
      set(do_vertical_line, TRUE)
    } else {
      /* no vertical line */
      set(mom_pos, mom_min_pos)
      set(do_vertical_line, FALSE)
    }
    set(dup_mom, 0)
  }

  /* find the spacer needed to line up siblings between mother and father */
  set(extra, sub(sub(last_sib_pos, first_sib_pos), sibling_height))
  set(spacer, div(extra, add(num_siblings, 1)))
  if(and( debug, lt(spacer, 0) )) {
    print(" Spacer<0 for ", name(person), "(", key(person), ")", nl())
    print(" Dad_min_pos, dad_pos: ", d(dad_min_pos), ", ", d(dad_pos), nl())
    print(" sibling_height: ", d(sibling_height), nl())
    print(" Mom_min_pos, mom_pos: ",
      d(mom_min_pos), ", ", d(mom_pos), nl(), nl())
  }

  /* Shift the parents' branches back up the page if possible. */
  /* min_gap = space availble for upward shift */
  /* compared with diff between anticipated person_pos and minimum person_pos */
  /* - includes stretching of older siblings  */
  set(person_pos, add(dad_pos, older_sib_height, mul(num_not_younger, spacer)))
  set(gapshrink, sub(person_minpos, person_pos))
  if(ceiling) {
    set(gapshrink, max(neg(min_gap), gapshrink))
  }

  /* call branch_adjust to pop the branch_start* stacks, even if shift=0 */
  call branch_adjust(gapshrink)
  if(ne(gapshrink, 0)) {
    /* adjust local position variables affected by branch shift */
    set(dad_pos, add(dad_pos, gapshrink))
    set(mom_pos, add(mom_pos, gapshrink))
    set(first_sib_pos, add(first_sib_pos, gapshrink))
    /*set(last_sib_pos, add(last_sib_pos, gapshrink))*/  /*RES-not used again */
    if(do_hs) {
      set(branch_top, add(branch_top, gapshrink))
      set(hs_line_start, add(hs_line_start, gapshrink))
    }
    if(ceiling) {
      set(min_gap, min(0, add(min_gap, gapshrink)))
    }
    if(debug) {
      print(" ", make_thousandths(neg(gapshrink)))
      print(" units of space recovered for the branch of ", name(person), nl())
    }
  }

  /* position siblings differently depending on whether there's more than 1 */
  set(pos, first_sib_pos)
  if(and( le(depth, depth_siblings), gt(num_siblings, 1), notcutoff )) {
    children(fam, child, cn) {
      set(pos, add(pos, spacer))
      /* if this is the ancestor, return the position and use marriage */
/*      if(eq(child, person)) {*/
/*RES: stopgap measure for INDI equality problem in LL from CVS March 2004 */      if(eqstr(key(child), key(person))) {
        call enqueue_person(child, depth, pos, rel, marriage_date,
            1, has_des, fam)
        set(do_anc_return, pos)
        set(duplicate_anc_return, duplicate_return)
      } else {
        call enqueue_person(child, depth, pos, half(rel_next), 0, 1, 0, fam)
      }
      /* increment position by height of person, used for high_pos */
      set(pos, add(pos,
          person_height2(child, eq(child, person), marriage_date)))
      if(ne(cn, num_siblings)) {
        set(pos, add(pos, min_sibling_spacer))
      }
    }  /* end of children loop */

  } else {    /* depth > depth_siblings or person has no siblings */
    if(do_vertical_line) {
      /* center person on vertical line of parent(s) */
      set(pos, add(pos, spacer))
    }
    call enqueue_person(person, depth, pos, rel, marriage_date,
        has_anc, has_des, fam)
    set(do_anc_return, pos)
    set(duplicate_anc_return, duplicate_return)
    /* increment position by height of person, used for */
    /* high_pos and maternal half siblings line start   */
    set(pos, add(pos, person_height2(person, TRUE, marriage_date)))
  }

  if(do_vertical_line) {
    call enqueue_vertical(depth, dad_pos, mom_pos, rel_next, blocked(fam, depth))
    /* pos is used in setting high_pos later */
    set(pos, max(mom_pos, pos))
    /* only if parents have been shown should a family be considered as shown */
    if(and( lt(depth, max_depth), has_anc, not(blocked(fam, depth)) )) {
      call reserve(fam, start_depth)
    }
  }

  /* If father had any other kids by a different mother print them        */
  /* use hpos instead of pos to avoid messing up pos for high_pos setting */
  if(do_hs) {
    if(and( halfsib_anc, le(depth, depth_halfsib_anc), notcutoff )) {
      set(hs_bottom, dad_pos)
      set(hpos, distribute_children(fv_prev, branch_top, hs_bottom,
          hsibling_height, depth, rel_next))
    } else {
      set(hpos, branch_top)  /*sub(dad_pos, hsibling_height)) */
      set(hs_line_start, hpos)
      families(par1, fv, sv, nf) {
/*        if(ne(fam, fv)) {*/
/* RES: stopgap */
        if(nestr(key(fam), key(fv))) {
          children(fv, child, un) {
            call enqueue_person(child, depth, hpos, half(rel_next), 0, 1, 0, fv)
            /* increment position by height of person */
            set(hpos, add(
                hpos, person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), min_sibling_spacer))
          }
        }
      }
    }
    call enqueue_vertical(depth, hs_line_start, dad_pos,
        half(rel_next), dup_line)
  }

  /* See if mother had any other children by a different father */
  set(do_hs, 0)
  if(and( halfsib, le(depth, depth_siblings),
           gt(nfamilies(par2), 1), notcutoff )) {
    set(hs_line_start, mom_pos)
                        /* pos here is from end of vertical line of parents */
    set(branch_top,
        add(max(pos, add(mom_pos, corner_height)), min_sibling_spacer))
    set(dup_line, 1)
    set(pos, branch_top)
    families(par2, fv, sv, nf) {
/*      if(ne(fam, fv)) {*/
/* RES: more stopgap measure */
      if(nestr(key(fam), key(fv))) {
        set(dup_line, and(dup_line, blocked(fv, depth)))
        if(and( lt( depth, max_depth), halfsib_anc )) {
          set(do_hs, 1)
          call reserve(fv, depth)   /* reserve since parents will show */
          /* get height of stepfather's children */
          set(hsibling_height, corner_height)
          children(fv, child, un) {
            set(hsibling_height, add(hsibling_height,
                person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), min_sibling_spacer))
            call reserve(child, depth)
          }
          /* print ancestors of stepfather, including marriage date */
          set(mdate, dateplace(marriage(fv), dateplace_marriage))
          set(hs_bottom, do_anc(sv, add(depth, 1),
              add(branch_top, hsibling_height), mdate, 1, 0, duplicate) )
          /* show this stepfather's children */
          set(pos, distribute_children(fv, branch_top, hs_bottom,
              hsibling_height, depth, rel_next) )
          set(branch_top, hs_bottom)
        } else {
          set(hs_bottom, pos)
          children(fv, child, un) {
            if(not(do_hs)) { /* first maternal half siblings group */
              set(do_hs, 1)
            }
            call enqueue_person(child, depth, pos,
                half(rel_next), 0, 1, 0, fv)
            set(hs_bottom, pos)
            set(pos, add(pos, person_height2(child, FALSE, 0),
                min_sibling_spacer))
          }
        }
      }
    }
    /* If there were any maternal half siblings draw the vertical line */
    if(do_hs) {
      call enqueue_vertical(depth, hs_line_start, hs_bottom,
          half(rel_next), dup_line)
    }
  }

  if(ceiling) {
    set(min_gap_return, min_gap)
  } else {
    set(min_gap_return, -1)
  }
  call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, pos)
  return(do_anc_return)
}

/*
**  function: do_des2
**
**  Produces descendant branches which recursively do as follows:
**  For the specified person, show all spouses and, if not at the generation
**  limit, show in the next generation a descendant branch for each child
**  by those spouses.
**
**  Branches may be directed up or down, under the influence of the user
**  option 'updown_override'.  However, a person's marriages are always
**  in database order from top to bottom.
**
**  If the user option 'duplic_handling' specifies that truncation of
**  a duplicate person's branch is prefered, this is done only if
**  all of a person's marriages have been shown.
*/

func do_des2(person, depth, min_pos, updown, rel, has_anc, duplicate, famc) {
  set(rel, rel_famc(person, famc, rel))
  set(nfam, nfamilies(person))
  set(child_depth, sub(depth, 1))
  if(eq(updown, NEUTRAL)) {
    if(or( and(mom_first, eqstr(sex(person), "F")),
           and(not(mom_first), eqstr(sex(person), "M")) )) {
      set(updown, direction(DOWN))
    } else {
      set(updown, direction(UP))
    }
  }
  set(notcutoff, not(and(
      eq(duplic_handling, 2), or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth)) )))
  if(not(notcutoff)) {  /* if we're about to cut off a branch... */
    families(person, fv, sp, nf) { /* cut off only if all marriages are shown */
      set(notcutoff, or(notcutoff, not(blocked(fv, depth))))
    }
  }
  if(tighten) {
    call cloak(add(depth, 1))
    call cloak(child_depth)
  }
  if(and( eq(updown, UP), notcutoff )) {
    if(or( lt(depth, sub(low_depth, 1)),
           and(lt(depth, low_depth), cloak_check(low_depth)) )) {
      set(ceiling, FALSE)
    } else {
      set(ceiling, TRUE)
    }
    call remember_branch_start()
    if(nfam) {
      set(line_top, branch_up(person, 0, depth, 1, rel))
      set(person_pos, branch_up_min_pos)
    } else {
      set(person_pos, get_clearance(depth, min_pos))
    }
    call enqueue_person(person, depth, person_pos, rel, 0, has_anc, nfam, famc)
    set(shift, sub(min_pos, person_pos))
    if(ceiling) {
      set(shift, max(0, shift))
    }
    call branch_adjust(shift)
    set(person_pos, add(person_pos, shift))
    if(nfam) {
      set(line_top, add(line_top, shift))
      call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, line_top, person_pos,
          rel, dup_line_return)
    }
    call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth,
             add(person_pos, person_height2(person, 0, 0)))
  } elsif(and( eq(updown, DOWN), notcutoff )) {
    set(person_pos, get_clearance(depth, min_pos))
    set(person_extent, add(person_pos, person_height2(person, 0, 0)))
    if(nfam) {
      set(person_pos, branch_down(person, person_pos, person_extent, TRUE, 0,
          depth, 1, rel))
    } else {
      call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, person_extent)
    }
    call enqueue_person(person, depth, person_pos, rel, 0, has_anc, nfam, famc)
  } else {  /* cut off this person's branch */
    set(person_pos, get_clearance(depth, min_pos))
    call enqueue_person(person, depth, person_pos, rel, 0, has_anc, 0, famc)
    set(person_extent, add(person_pos, person_height2(person, 0, 0)))
    call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, person_extent)
  }
  return(person_pos)
}

/*
**  procedure: distribute_children
**
**  Given a family key, evenly space
**  the children of the family in a vertical range determined
**  by top and bottom positions of the range.
**
**  sibling_height should include an extra corner_height to allow for
**  vertical skip that balances with the mandatory corner_height skip that
**  follows the last sibling's placement.
**
*/
/* RES - would be nice to either eliminate this pocedure or make
         it general enough to take on more tasks from do_anc
*/

func distribute_children(fam, top, bottom, sibling_height, depth, rel) {
  set(extra, sub(bottom, add(top, sibling_height)))
  set(spacer, div(extra, add(nchildren(fam), 1)))
  if(and(debug, lt(spacer, 0))) {
    print(" distribute_children: spacer < 0 !!\n")
    print("          top: ", d(top), "  bottom: ", d(bottom), nl())
  }
  
  set(pos, add(top, corner_height, spacer))
  children(fam, child, num) {
    call enqueue_person(child, depth, pos, half(rel), 0, 1, 0, fam)
    set(pos, add(
            pos, person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), min_sibling_spacer, spacer))
  }
  return(pos)
}

/*
**  function: branch_up
**
**  For a specific person, charts his/her spouses and the children/descendants
**  by them.
**
**  Shouldn't be called if nfamilies(person) is 0, or 1 when exclude_fam=0.
**  To notify us of a problem, this function is designed to intentionally
**  force an error message if there are no families to work with.  That is
**  because there is no good value to return in that case.
*/
/* RES -- add descriptions of the various return values to the above comment */

func branch_up(person, exclude_fam, depth, show_des, rel) {
  set(child_depth, sub(depth, 1))
  set(nfam, nfamilies(person))
  if(exclude_fam) { decr(nfam) }
  set(switch_fam, half(add(nfam, 1))) /* last family to branch up */
  set(dup_line, 1)
  set(dir, UP)
  set(fnn, 0)
  if(tighten) {
    call cloak(add(depth, 1))
    call cloak(child_depth)
  }
  set(spouse_minpos, get_clearance(depth, 0))
  families(person, fv, sv, fn) {
    if(ne(fv, exclude_fam)) {
      incr(fnn)
      set(dup_line, and(dup_line, blocked(fv, depth)))
      call reserve(sv, depth)
      call reserve(fv, depth)
      if(tighten) {
        call cloak(sub(child_depth, 1))
      }
      set(child_minpos, add(spouse_minpos, corner_height))
      set(child_minpos, get_clearance(child_depth, child_minpos))
      set(child_extent, 0)
      set(first_child_pos, child_minpos)
      if(gt(depth, min_depth)) {
        set(num_children, nchildren(fv))
        set(switch_child, half(add(nchildren(fv), 1)))
        children(fv, child, cn) {
          if(show_des) {
            set(child_pos,
                do_des2(child, child_depth, child_minpos, dir, rel, 1, 0, fv))
          } else {
            set(child_pos, child_minpos)
            call enqueue_person(child, child_depth, child_pos, rel, 0, 1, 0, fv)
            set(child_extent, add(child_pos, person_height2(child, 0, 0)))
            set(child_minpos, add(child_extent, min_sibling_spacer))
          }
          if(eq(cn, 1)) {
            set(first_child_pos, child_pos)
          }
          if(eq(cn, num_children)) {
            set(spouse_minpos, add(child_pos, corner_height))
          }
          if(and(eq(nfam, 1), eq(cn, switch_child))) {
            set(dir, DOWN)
          }
        }
        if(num_children) {
          call max_with_high_pos_gen(child_depth, child_extent)
        }
      }
      set(spouse_pos, sub(first_child_pos, corner_height))
      if(eq(fnn, 1)) {
        set(branch_top, spouse_pos)
      }
      /*
      print("sp: ", d(spouse_pos), "   bt: ", d(branch_top), "   fnn: ", d(fnn), "  fv: ", key(fv), nl())
      */
      if(le(depth, max_depth)) {
        set(mdate, dateplace(marriage(fv), dateplace_marriage))
        call enqueue_person(sv, depth, spouse_pos, 0, mdate, 0, 1, 0)
        set(spouse_extent, add(person_height2(sv, TRUE, mdate), spouse_pos))
        call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, spouse_extent)
        if(not(blocked(fv, depth))) {
          call reserve(fv, start_depth)
        }
        set(spouse_minpos,
            max(add(get_high_pos_gen(depth), branch_dist_same), spouse_minpos))
      }
      if(eq(fnn, switch_fam)) {
        set(dir, DOWN)
      }
    }
  }
  set(branch_up_min_pos, spouse_minpos)
  set(dup_line_return, dup_line)
  return(branch_top)
}

/*
**  procedure: branch_down
**
**  person_extent should be either the bottom of the info on the person,
*/
/* RES -- add descriptions of the various return values to the above comment
          also need to just fix the above comment
*/

func branch_down(person, prev_spouse_pos, prev_spouse_extent, adjustable, exclude_fam, depth, show_des, rel) {
  set(person_pos, prev_spouse_pos)
  set(child_depth, sub(depth, 1))
  set(nfam, nfamilies(person))
  if(exclude_fam) { decr(nfam) }
  set(switch_fam, half(nfam)) /* last family to branch up */
  set(dup_line, 1)
  if(tighten) {
    call cloak(sub(child_depth, 1))
  }
  set(child_minpos, add(prev_spouse_pos, corner_height))
  set(child_minpos, get_clearance(child_depth, child_minpos))
  set(dir, direction(UP))
  set(fnn, 0)
  families(person, fv, sv, fn) {
    if(ne(fv, exclude_fam)) {
      incr(fnn)
      set(dup_line, and(dup_line, blocked(fv, depth)))
      call reserve(sv, depth)
      call reserve(fv, depth)
      if(tighten) {
        call cloak(sub(child_depth, 1))
      }
      set(child_minpos, add(prev_spouse_pos, corner_height))
      set(child_minpos, get_clearance(child_depth, child_minpos))
      set(child_extent, 0)
      set(first_child_pos, child_minpos)
      set(last_child_pos, child_minpos)
      call remember_branch_start()
      if(gt(depth, min_depth)) {
        set(num_children, nchildren(fv))
        set(switch_child, half(num_children)) /* favors DOWN when odd num_ch. */
        if(and(eq(nfam, 1), eq(switch_child, 0))) {
          set(dir, direction(DOWN))
        }
        children(fv, child, cn) {
          if(show_des) {
            set(child_pos,
                do_des2(child, child_depth, child_minpos, dir, rel, 1, 0, fv))
          } else {
            set(child_pos, child_minpos)
            call enqueue_person(child, child_depth, child_pos,
                     rel, 0, 1, 0, fv)
            set(child_extent, add(child_pos, person_height2(child, 0, 0)))
            set(child_minpos, add(child_extent, min_sibling_spacer))
          }
          if(eq(cn, 1)) {
            set(first_child_pos, child_pos)
          }
          if(eq(cn, num_children)) {
            set(last_child_pos, child_pos)
          }
          if(and(eq(nfam, 1), eq(cn, switch_child))) {
            set(dir, direction(DOWN))
          }
        }
        if(num_children) {
          call max_with_high_pos_gen(child_depth, child_extent)
        }
      }
      set(spouse_pos, add(last_child_pos, corner_height))
      /* adjust children + spouse to keep spouse clear of prev parent info */
      set(shift, max(
          0, sub(add(prev_spouse_extent, branch_dist_same), spouse_pos) ))
      call branch_adjust(shift)
      set(first_child_pos, add(first_child_pos, shift))
      set(spouse_pos, add(spouse_pos, shift))
      if(and(eq(fnn, 1), adjustable)) {
        set(person_pos, add(prev_spouse_pos, min(
          sub(sub(first_child_pos, corner_height), prev_spouse_pos),
          max(0, sub(spouse_pos, add(prev_spouse_extent, branch_dist_same)))
        )))
      }
      if(le(depth, max_depth)) {
        set(mdate, dateplace(marriage(fv), dateplace_marriage))
        call enqueue_person(sv, depth, spouse_pos, 0, mdate, 0, 1, 0)
        set(spouse_extent, add(person_height2(sv, TRUE, mdate), spouse_pos))
      } else {
        set(spouse_extent, name_height)
      }
      set(prev_spouse_pos, spouse_pos)
      set(prev_spouse_extent, spouse_extent)
      /* set next fam's child_minpos before this spouse can interfere */
      set(child_minpos, add(prev_spouse_pos, corner_height))
      set(child_minpos, get_clearance(child_depth, child_minpos))
      if(le(depth, max_depth)) {
        call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, spouse_extent)
        if(not(blocked(fv, depth))) {
          call reserve(fv, start_depth)
        }
      }
      if(eq(fnn, switch_fam)) {
        set(dir, direction(DOWN))
      }
    }
  }
  if(gt(fnn, 0)) {
    call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, person_pos, spouse_pos, rel, dup_line)
  }
  return(person_pos)
}

/*
**  function: dropline
**
**  Generates a drop line chart of descendants of a person.
**  The return value is the vertical position of the person's horizontal line.
**
*/

func dropline(person, depth, has_anc, duplicate, rel, famc) {
   set(rel, rel_famc(person, famc, rel))
   set(abs_min_pos, get_clearance(depth, 0))
   set(child_depth, sub(depth, 1))
   set(low_depth, min(depth, low_depth))
   set(high_depth, max(depth, high_depth))
   set(notcutoff, not(and(
       eq(duplic_handling, 2), or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth)) )))
   if(and(desc_gender, ne(depth, start_depth))) {
     set(notcutoff, and(notcutoff, or(
       and(eq(desc_gender, 1), eqstr(sex(person), "F")),
       and(eq(desc_gender, 2), eqstr(sex(person), "M")) )))
   }
   call reserve(person, depth)
   set(line_to_kids, FALSE)
   set(vertical_line, FALSE)
   set(dup_line, TRUE)
   set(first_pos, abs_min_pos)
   set(last_pos, first_pos)
   set(child_pos, first_pos)
   call remember_branch_start()
   families(person, fam, spouse, fn) {
      set(dup_line, and(dup_line, blocked(fam, depth)))
      call reserve(fam, depth)
      children(fam, child, cn) {
         if(and(ge(child_depth, min_depth), notcutoff)) {
            set(child_pos, dropline(child, child_depth, TRUE,
               or(duplicate, blocked(person, depth)), rel, fam))
            if(not(line_to_kids)) {
               set(first_pos, child_pos)
            } else {
               set(vertical_line, TRUE)
            }
         }
         set(line_to_kids, TRUE)
      }
      if(and( ge(child_depth, min_depth), not(blocked(fam, depth)),
          notcutoff)) {
         /* marriage, indicated by vert. line, is original on the chart */
         call reserve(fam, start_depth)
      }
   }

   set(last_pos, child_pos)
   if(vertical_line) {
      call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, first_pos, last_pos, 2, dup_line)
   }

   set(this_pos, half(add(first_pos, last_pos)))
   set(shift, max(0, sub(abs_min_pos, this_pos)))
   call branch_adjust(shift)
   set(this_pos, add(this_pos, shift))
   call enqueue_person(person, depth, this_pos, rel, 0, has_anc, line_to_kids, famc)

   /* RES - this could be made obsolete if done by enqueue_person */
   /* maybe enqueue_person could return the person's extent */
   set(this_extent, add(this_pos, person_height2(person, FALSE, 0)))
   call max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, this_extent)
   return(this_pos)
}


/*
**  procedure: combo2
**
**  Show ancestors and descendants of a couple.
*/

proc combo2() {
  set(child_depth, sub(start_depth, 1))
  if(mom_first) {
    set(par1, wife(root_fam))
    set(par2, husband(root_fam))
  } else {
    set(par1, husband(root_fam))
    set(par2, wife(root_fam))
  }
  set(mdate, dateplace(marriage(root_fam), dateplace_marriage))
  set(num_siblings, nchildren(root_fam))

  call reserve(root_fam, start_depth)
  call reserve(par1, start_depth)
  call reserve(par2, start_depth)

  if(gt(nfamilies(par1), 1)) {
    set(hline_top, branch_up(par1, root_fam, start_depth, 1, 1))
  }
  call remember_branch_start()
  set(dad_pos, do_anc(par1, start_depth, 0, 0, 1, 2, 0) )

  if(and( ge(num_siblings, 1), gt(start_depth, min_depth) )) {
    set(first_sib_pos, add(dad_pos, corner_height))
    set(child_minpos, first_sib_pos)
    set(prev_pos, child_minpos)
    set(last_sib_pos, first_sib_pos)
    set(dir, direction(UP))
    set(switch_child, half(add(nchildren(root_fam), 1)))
    children(root_fam, child, cn) {
       call cloak(start_depth)
       call remember_branch_start()
       set(this_pos,
         do_des2(child, child_depth, child_minpos, dir, 2, 1, 0, root_fam) )
       set(prev_pos, this_pos)
       if(eq(cn, 1)) {
         set(first_sib_pos, this_pos)
       }
       if(eq(cn, num_siblings)) {
         set(last_sib_pos, this_pos)
       }
       if(eq(cn, switch_child)) {
         set(dir, direction(DOWN))
       }
    }
    set(dad_minpos, sub(first_sib_pos, corner_height))
    set(sibling_span, add(
        sub(last_sib_pos, first_sib_pos), mul(2, corner_height) ))
  } else {
    set(sibling_span, 0)
    set(dad_minpos, dad_pos)
  }
 
  set(shift, sub(dad_minpos, dad_pos))
  call branch_adjust_first(shift)
  /* need to shift dad's ancestor branch */
  set(dad_pos, dad_minpos)
  
  set(mom_minpos, add(dad_pos, sibling_span))
  call remember_branch_start()
  call cloak(child_depth)
  set(mom_pos, do_anc(par2, start_depth, mom_minpos, mdate, 1, 2, 0) )

  set(mom_shift, max(0, sub(mom_pos, mom_minpos)))
  call multi_branch_adjust(mom_shift, nchildren(root_fam))
  
  /* dad's marriage line for other spouses
     do this now to avoid the vert line being shifted by multi_branch_adjust */
  if(gt(nfamilies(par1), 1)) {
    call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, hline_top, dad_pos, 1, dup_line_return)
  }


  call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, dad_pos, mom_pos, 2, 0)

  set(not_used,
      branch_down(par2, mom_pos, 0, FALSE, root_fam, start_depth, 1, 1))
}


/*
**  procedure: do_cousins
**    show a couple as married along with their ancestors, descendants, and
**    the descendants of their siblings
*/

proc do_cousins() {
  set(child_depth, sub(start_depth, 1))
  set(grand_depth, add(start_depth, 1))

  set(num_sib, nchildren(root_fam))
  set(mdate_root_fam, dateplace(marriage(root_fam), dateplace_marriage))
  if(mom_first) {
    set(par1, wife(root_fam))
    set(par2, husband(root_fam))
  } else {
    set(par1, husband(root_fam))
    set(par2, wife(root_fam))
  }

  set(dfam, choosefamc(par1))
  set(drel, rel_famc(par1, dfam, 2))
  if(dfam) {
    set(num_dsib, nchildren(dfam))
    set(mdate_dfam, dateplace(marriage(dfam), dateplace_marriage))
    if(mom_first) {
      set(dpar1, wife(dfam))
      set(dpar2, husband(dfam))
    } else {
      set(dpar1, husband(dfam))
      set(dpar2, wife(dfam))
    }
  } else {
    set(dpar1, 0)
    set(dpar2, 0)
    set(num_dsib, 1)
    set(mdate_dfam, 0)
  }

  set(mfam, choosefamc(par2))
  set(mrel, rel_famc(par2, mfam, 2))
  if(mfam) {
    set(num_msib, nchildren(mfam))
    set(mdate_mfam, dateplace(marriage(mfam), dateplace_marriage))
    if(mom_first) {
      set(mpar1, wife(mfam))
      set(mpar2, husband(mfam))
    } else {
      set(mpar1, husband(mfam))
      set(mpar2, wife(mfam))
    }
  } else {
    set(mpar1, 0)
    set(mpar2, 0)
    set(num_msib, 1)
    set(mdate_mfam, 0)
  }

  call reserve(par1, start_depth)
  call reserve(par2, start_depth)
  call reserve(root_fam, start_depth)
  if(dfam) { /* this is enough to catch extra appearances in anc branches */
    call reserve(dpar1, grand_depth)
    call reserve(dpar2, grand_depth)
    call reserve(dfam, grand_depth)
    families(dpar1, fv, sv, fn) { /* claim originality for start_depth people */
      children(fv, cv, cn) {
        call reserve(cv, start_depth)
        families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
          call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
        }
      }
    }
    families(dpar2, fv, sv, fn) {
      if(ne(sv, dpar1)) {
        children(fv, cv, cn) {
          call reserve(cv, start_depth)
          families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
            call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
  if(mfam) {
    call reserve(mpar1, grand_depth)
    call reserve(mpar2, grand_depth)
    call reserve(mfam, grand_depth)
    families(mpar1, fv, sv, fn) { /* claim originality for start_depth people */
      children(fv, cv, cn) {
        call reserve(cv, start_depth)
        families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
          call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
        }
      }
    }
    families(mpar2, fv, sv, fn) {
      if(ne(sv, mpar1)) {
        children(fv, cv, cn) {
          call reserve(cv, start_depth)
          families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
            call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }

  print(" Determining relative spacing of 1st parent's ancestors...\n")
  if(gt(nfamilies(dpar1), 1)) {
    set(hline_top, branch_up(dpar1, dfam, grand_depth, FALSE, half(drel)))
    call cloak(start_depth)
  }
  set(ddad_pos, do_anc(dpar1, grand_depth, 0, mdate_dfam, 1, drel, 0) )
  set(ddad_minpos, ddad_pos)

  set(dmom_pos, do_anc(dpar2, grand_depth, ddad_minpos, 0, 1, drel, 0) )
  set(dmom_relpos, sub(dmom_pos, ddad_pos))
  if(not(blocked(dfam, grand_depth))) {
    call reserve(dfam, start_depth)
  }
/* RES interferes with relative position figuring of the grandparents */
/* RES need to just replace this with a reserving of the spouses and children */
/*
  set(not_used, branch_down(dpar2, dmom_pos, 0, FALSE, dfam,
      grand_depth, FALSE, half(drel)))
*/

  print(" Determining relative spacing of 1st parent's siblings...\n")
  set(child_minpos, add(ddad_minpos, corner_height))
  set(prevpos, child_minpos)
  if(gt(num_dsib, 1)) {
    list(dsib_relpos)
    set(dir, direction(UP)) /* all of 1st parent's siblings can branch up */
    set(cnn, 0)
    children(dfam, child, cn) {
      if(ne(child, par1)) {
        set(cnn, add(cnn, 1))
        call cloak(grand_depth)
        set(thispos,
          do_des2(child, start_depth, child_minpos, dir,
              half(drel), 1, 0, dfam))
        setel(dsib_relpos, cn, sub(thispos, prevpos))
        set(prevpos, thispos)
        if(eq(cnn, 1)) {
          set(first_dsib_pos, thispos)
          setel(dsib_relpos, cn, 0)
        }
        if(eq(cnn, sub(num_dsib, 1))) {
          set(last_dsib_pos, thispos)
          set(dad_minpos, add(thispos,
            person_height2(child, FALSE, 0), branch_dist_same))
        }
      }
    }
    /* ddad_minpos might be affected by up-branching of descendants */
    set(ddad_minpos, sub(first_dsib_pos, corner_height))
  } else {
    set(first_dsib_pos, child_minpos)
    set(last_dsib_pos, first_dsib_pos)
    set(dad_minpos, add(ddad_minpos, corner_height))
  }

  print(" Determining relative spacing of the family's descendants...\n")
  if(gt(nfamilies(par1), 1)) {
    call cloak(grand_depth)
    set(line_top, branch_up(par1, root_fam, start_depth, TRUE, 1))
    set(dad_minpos, max(
        dad_minpos, add(get_high_pos_gen(start_depth), branch_dist_same) ))
  }
  set(dad_relpos, sub(dad_minpos, last_dsib_pos))
  set(older_dsib_height, sub(dad_minpos, ddad_minpos))

  set(prevpos, add(dad_minpos, corner_height))
  set(child_minpos, prevpos)
  if( and(gt(num_sib, 0), ge(child_depth, min_depth)) ) {
    list(sib_relpos)
    set(dir, direction(UP))
    set(switch_child, half(add(nchildren(root_fam), 1)))
    children(root_fam, child, cn) {
      call cloak(start_depth)
      set(thispos,
        do_des2(child, child_depth, child_minpos, dir, 2, 1, 0, root_fam) )
      setel(sib_relpos, cn, sub(thispos, prevpos))
      set(prevpos, thispos)
      if(eq(cn, 1)) {
        set(first_sib_pos, thispos)
        setel(sib_relpos, cn, 0)
      }
      if(eq(cn, num_sib)) {
        set(last_sib_pos, thispos)
      }
      if(eq(cn, switch_child)) {
        set(dir, direction(DOWN))
      }
    }
  } else {
    set(first_sib_pos, child_minpos)
    set(last_sib_pos, first_sib_pos)
  }
  set(sib_span, add(sub(last_sib_pos, first_sib_pos), mul(2, corner_height)))
  /* place dad corner_height before his first child */
  set(dad_pos, max( dad_minpos, sub(first_sib_pos, corner_height) ))
  if(gt(num_dsib, 1)) {
/* commented out because it can cause first parent to push away from siblings*/
/*    set(dad_relpos, sub(dad_pos, last_dsib_pos))*/
    set(older_dsib_height, sub(dad_pos, ddad_minpos))
  }
  
  set(dsib_span, add(older_dsib_height, corner_height))
  set(spacer1, div( max(0, sub(dmom_relpos, dsib_span)), add(num_dsib, 1) ))
  set(ddad_minpos, max( ddad_minpos,
      sub(sub(dad_pos, older_dsib_height), mul(num_dsib, spacer1)) ))

  call enqueue_person(par1, start_depth, dad_pos, 2, mdate_root_fam, 1, 1, 0)
  set(par1_extent, add(dad_pos, person_height2(par1, TRUE, mdate_root_fam)))
  call max_with_high_pos_gen(start_depth, par1_extent)

  print(" Determining relative spacing of the 2nd parent's ancestors...\n")
/* RES - up-branch above mother would have parent(s) that block mdad from
   determining how close he can go to dmom's branch

  if(gt(nfamilies(mpar1), 1)) {
    call cloak(child_depth)
    set(hline_top, branch_up(mpar1, mfam, grand_depth, FALSE, half(mrel)))
  }
*/
  call cloak(start_depth) /* RES - necessary due to par1 info lines ? */
  set(mdad_pos, do_anc(mpar1, grand_depth, 0, mdate_mfam, 1, mrel, 0))
  set(mdad_relpos, sub(mdad_pos, dmom_pos))

  call cloak(start_depth)
  set(mmom_pos, do_anc(mpar2, grand_depth, mdad_pos, 0, 1, mrel, 0) )
  set(mmom_relpos, sub(mmom_pos, mdad_pos))
  if(not(blocked(mfam, grand_depth))) {
    call reserve(mfam, start_depth)
  }
  set(not_used, branch_down(mpar2, mmom_pos, 0, FALSE, mfam,
      grand_depth, FALSE, half(mrel)))

  set(mom_pos, max( add(last_sib_pos, corner_height),
      add(get_high_pos_gen(start_depth), branch_dist_same) ))
  call enqueue_person(par2, start_depth, mom_pos, 2, 0, 1, 1, 0)
  set(par2_extent, add(mom_pos, person_height2(par2, FALSE, 0)))
  call max_with_high_pos_gen(start_depth, par2_extent)
  set(not_used, branch_down(par2, mom_pos, 0, FALSE, root_fam,
      start_depth, TRUE, 1))

  print(" Determining relative spacing of 2nd parent's siblings...\n")
  set(prevpos, mom_pos)
  set(child_minpos,
      add(mom_pos, person_height2(par2, FALSE, 0), branch_dist_same))
  if(gt(num_msib, 1)) {
    list(msib_relpos)
    set(dir, direction(DOWN)) /* all of 2nd parent's siblings branch down */
    set(cnn, 0)
    children(mfam, child, cn) {
      if(ne(child, par2)) {
        incr(cnn)
        call cloak(grand_depth)
        call cloak(child_depth)   /* RES experimental */
        set(thispos, do_des2(child, start_depth, child_minpos,
            dir, half(mrel), 1, 0, mfam))
        setel(msib_relpos, cn, sub(thispos, prevpos))
        set(prevpos, thispos)
        if(eq(cnn, sub(num_msib, 1))) {
          set(last_msib_pos, thispos)
        }
      }
    }
  } else {
    set(last_msib_pos, prevpos)
  }
  set(msib_span, sub(add(last_msib_pos, corner_height),
                       sub(mom_pos, corner_height)) )
  set(spacer2, div( max(0, sub(mmom_relpos, msib_span)), add(num_msib, 1) ))

  call initialize_data()
/*------------------------cousin middle-------------------------------------*/

  print(" Determining final positions on the chart...\n")
  call reserve(root_fam, start_depth)
  call reserve(par1, start_depth)
  call reserve(par2, start_depth)
  if(dfam) { /* this is enough to catch extra appearances in anc branches */
    call reserve(dpar1, grand_depth)
    call reserve(dpar2, grand_depth)
    call reserve(dfam, grand_depth)
    families(dpar1, fv, sv, fn) { /* claim originality for start_depth people */
      children(fv, cv, cn) {
        call reserve(cv, start_depth)
        families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
          call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
        }
      }
    }
    families(dpar2, fv, sv, fn) {
      if(ne(sv, dpar1)) {
        children(fv, cv, cn) {
          call reserve(cv, start_depth)
          families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
            call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
  if(mfam) {
    call reserve(mpar1, grand_depth)
    call reserve(mpar2, grand_depth)
    call reserve(mfam, grand_depth)
    families(mpar1, fv, sv, fn) { /* claim originality for start_depth people */
      children(fv, cv, cn) {
        call reserve(cv, start_depth)
        families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
          call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
        }
      }
    }
    families(mpar2, fv, sv, fn) {
      if(ne(sv, mpar1)) {
        children(fv, cv, cn) {
          call reserve(cv, start_depth)
          families(cv, cfv, csv, cfn) {
            call reserve(cfv, start_depth)
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }

  if(gt(nfamilies(dpar1), 1)) {
    set(hline_top, branch_up(dpar1, dfam, grand_depth, FALSE, half(drel)))
    call cloak(start_depth)
  }
  set(ddad_pos, do_anc(dpar1, grand_depth, ddad_minpos, mdate_dfam, 1, drel, 0))
  if(gt(nfamilies(dpar1), 1)) {
    call enqueue_vertical(start_depth, hline_top, ddad_pos,
        half(drel), dup_line_return)
  }
  if(debug2) {
    if(ne(ddad_minpos, ddad_pos)) {
      print(" ddad appears to be slipping...", nl())
      print("  ", d(ddad_minpos), " -> ", d(ddad_pos), nl())
    }
  }

  set(prevpos, add(ddad_pos, corner_height))
  set(dir, direction(UP))
  children(dfam, child, cn) {
    if(ne(child, par1)) {
      set(child_minpos, add(prevpos, getel(dsib_relpos, cn), spacer1))
      call cloak(grand_depth)
      set(prevpos,
        do_des2(child, start_depth, child_minpos, dir, half(drel), 1, 0, dfam))
      if(and(debug, ne(prevpos, child_minpos))) {
        print(name(child), " child_minpos != actual\n")
      }
    } else {
      if(ne(cn, num_dsib)) {
        print("The first parent has been moved to last in his/her sibling order.", nl())
      }
    }
  }

  call remember_branch_start()
  set(dad_minpos, add(prevpos, dad_relpos))
  if(gt(nfamilies(par1), 1)) {
    call cloak(grand_depth)
    set(hline_top, branch_up(par1, root_fam, start_depth, TRUE, 1))
    set(dad_pos, max(branch_up_min_pos,
        add(get_high_pos_gen(start_depth), branch_dist_same)) )
  }
/* HERE */
  call enqueue_person(par1, start_depth, dad_pos, 2, mdate_root_fam, 1, 1, 0)
  set(par1_extent, add(dad_pos, person_height2(par1, TRUE, mdate_root_fam)))
  call max_with_high_pos_gen(start_depth, par1_extent)
  set(dad_minpos, add(prevpos, dad_relpos, spacer1))
  call branch_adjust(max(0, sub(dad_minpos, dad_pos)))
  set(dad_pos, max(dad_minpos, dad_pos))
  if(gt(nfamilies(par1), 1)) {
    call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, hline_top, dad_pos,
        1, dup_line_return)
  }

  set(dmom_minpos, add(dad_pos, corner_height, spacer1))
  call cloak(start_depth)        /* to ignore dsibs */
  set(dmom_pos, do_anc(dpar2, grand_depth, dmom_minpos, 0, 1, drel, 0))
  if(debug2) {
    if(ne(dmom_minpos, dmom_pos)) {
      print(" dmom appears to be slipping...", nl())
      print(d(dmom_minpos), " -> ", d(dmom_pos), nl())
    }
  }
  call enqueue_vertical(start_depth, ddad_pos, dmom_pos, drel,
      blocked(dfam, grand_depth))
  if(not(blocked(dfam, grand_depth))) {
    call reserve(dfam, start_depth)
  }
  set(not_used, branch_down(dpar2, dmom_pos, 0, FALSE, dfam,
      grand_depth, FALSE, half(drel)))

  /* RES - new25jun 1 line*/
  set(mdad_minpos, max(add(dmom_pos, mdad_relpos),
      get_high_pos_gen(start_depth)))
  if(gt(nfamilies(mpar1), 1)) {
    call remember_branch_start()
    set(hline_top, branch_up(mpar1, mfam, grand_depth, FALSE, half(mrel)))
/* RES - new22jun */
    set(shift, max(0, sub(mdad_minpos, branch_up_min_pos)))
    call branch_adjust(shift)
    set(hline_top, add(hline_top, shift))
    call cloak(start_depth)
  }
  /* RES - max with mdad_minpos + c.h. + sp2 is a safeguard */
  set(mom_pos, max( add(dad_pos, sib_span),
      add(mdad_minpos, corner_height, spacer2)))
  set(mdad_minpos, max(mdad_minpos, sub(sub(mom_pos, corner_height), spacer2)))
  call cloak(start_depth)
  set(mdad_pos, do_anc(mpar1, grand_depth, mdad_minpos, mdate_mfam, 1, mrel, 0))
  if(gt(nfamilies(mpar1), 1)) {
    call enqueue_vertical(start_depth, hline_top, mdad_pos,
        half(mrel), dup_line_return)
  }
  
  set(mmom_minpos, add(mdad_pos, max(mmom_relpos, msib_span)) )
  set(spacer, div( max(0, sub(sub(mom_pos, dad_pos), sib_span)),
      add(num_sib, 1) ))

  set(prevpos, add(dad_pos, corner_height))
  if(ge(child_depth, min_depth)) {
    set(dir, direction(UP))
    set(switch_child, half(add(nchildren(root_fam), 1)))
    children(root_fam, child, cn) {
      set(child_minpos, add(prevpos, getel(sib_relpos, cn), spacer))
      call cloak(start_depth)
      set(prevpos,
        do_des2(child, child_depth, child_minpos, dir, 2, 1, 0, root_fam))
      if(debug) {
        if(ne(child_minpos, prevpos)) {
          print(" ! Descendant branch slipping down page ! (",
              name(child), ")\n")
          print("  As a result, there will be extra space above the branch.\n")
        }
      }
      if(eq(cn, switch_child)) {
        set(dir, direction(DOWN))
      }
    }
  }

  if(gt(add(prevpos, spacer, corner_height), mom_pos)) {
    print(" 2nd parent will be moved to compensate for descendant slippage\n")
    set(mom_pos, max(mom_pos, add(prevpos, spacer, corner_height)))
  }
  /* RES - fix unknown reason why mom has no corner between her and mpar1 */
  set(mom_pos, max(mom_pos, add(mdad_pos, corner_height, spacer2)))
  call enqueue_person(par2, start_depth, mom_pos, 2, 0, 1, 1, 0)
  set(par2_extent, add(mom_pos, person_height2(par2, FALSE, 0)))
  call max_with_high_pos_gen(start_depth, par2_extent)
  call enqueue_vertical(child_depth, dad_pos, mom_pos, 2, 0)
  set(not_used, branch_down(par2, mom_pos, 0, FALSE, root_fam,
      start_depth, TRUE, 1))

  set(prevpos, mom_pos)
  set(dir, direction(DOWN))
  children(mfam, child, cn) {
    if(ne(child, par2)) {
      set(child_minpos, add(prevpos, getel(msib_relpos, cn), spacer2))
      call cloak(grand_depth)
      call cloak(child_depth)
      set(prevpos,
        do_des2(child, start_depth, child_minpos, dir, half(mrel), 1, 0, mfam))
    } else {
      if(ne(cn, num_msib)) {
        print("The second parent has been moved to first in his/her sibling order.", nl())
      }
    }
  }

  set(mmom_minpos, max(mmom_minpos, add(prevpos, corner_height, spacer2)))
  call cloak(start_depth)        /* to ignore msibs */
  set(mmom_pos, do_anc(mpar2, grand_depth, mmom_minpos, 0, 1, 2, 0) )
  if(and(debug, ne(mmom_pos, mmom_minpos))) {
    print(" mmom appears to be slipping...", nl())
    print("  ", d(mmom_minpos), " -> ", d(mmom_pos), nl())
  }
  call enqueue_vertical(start_depth, mdad_pos, mmom_pos, mrel,
      blocked(mfam, grand_depth))
  if(not(blocked(mfam, grand_depth))) {
    call reserve(mfam, start_depth)
  }
  set(not_used, branch_down(mpar2, mmom_pos, 0, FALSE, mfam,
      grand_depth, FALSE, half(mrel)))
}

/*========================== end of charting functions ======================*/

/*
** function: rel_famc
**
** Checks for a pedigree tag on a FAMC link to determine if the relationsship
** is not by birth.  Returns 0 if not birth or echoes the relationship passed
** in otherwise.
*/

func rel_famc(ind, fam, rel) {
  if(or(not(opt_rel_famc), not(fam))) {
    return(rel)
  }
  set(ped_label, pedigree(ind, fam))
  if(eq(1, index(lower(ped_label), "birth", 1))) {
    return(rel)
  } else {
    return(0)
  }
}

/*
** function: pedigree
**
** Returns a string identifying the nature of a child-to-family (FAMC) link.
** Different relationships are indicated by a subnode tag of PEDI which may
** have the following values:  Birth, Adopted, Foster, Sealed
*/

func pedigree(ind, fam_match) {
  if(or(not(ind), not(fam_match))) {
    return(0)
  }
  set(pedi_label, "")
  fornodes(inode(ind), node) {
    if(eqstr(tag(node), "FAMC")) {
      set(fam_this, fam(value(node)))
      if(eq(fam_this, fam_match)) {
        set(birth_famc, 1)
        set(pedi_label, "Birth (assumed)")
        fornodes(node, subnode) {
          if(eqstr(tag(subnode), "PEDI")) {
            set(birth_famc, 0)
            set(pedi_label, value(subnode))
            if( or( eqstr(pedi_label, "Birth"),
                eqstr(pedi_label, "birth")) ) {
              set(birth_famc, 1)
            } elsif(eqstr(pedi_label, "")) {
              print("! ", name(indi),
                " has a FAMC.PEDI node with no value.", nl())
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
  return(pedi_label)
}

/*
** function: choosefamc
**
** Offers the choice of parent families of a child when there are several,
** as with adoption, fostering, or sealing (LDS).
** A child-to-family link is indicated by a FAMC tag with a family
** cross-reference in an individual's GEDCOM record.
**
*/

func choosefamc(ind) {
  if(not(ind)) {
    return(0)
  }
  list(choices)
  table(fams)
  fornodes(inode(ind), node) {
    if(eqstr(tag(node), "FAMC")) {
      set(choice, "")
      set(choice, concat("FAMC ", value(node)))
      set(fam_this, fam(value(node)))
      set(birth_famc, 1)
      set(pedi_label, "Birth (assumed)")
      fornodes(node, subnode) {
        if(eqstr(tag(subnode), "PEDI")) {
          set(birth_famc, 0)
          set(pedi_label, value(subnode))
          if( or( eqstr(pedi_label, "Birth"),
              eqstr(pedi_label, "birth")) ) {
            set(birth_famc, 1)
          } elsif(eqstr(pedi_label, "")) {
            print(" ", name(indi), " has a FAMC.PEDI node with no value.", nl())
          }
          break()
        }
      }
      set(choice, concat(choice, " ", pedi_label))
      enqueue(choices, choice)
      insert(fams, d(length(choices)), fam_this)
    }
  }
  if(empty(choices)) {
    return(0)
  }
  if(eq(length(choices), 1)) {
    set(mc, 1)
  } else {
    set(mc,
      menuchoose(choices, concat("Choose a parent family of ", name(ind))))
    if(eq(mc, 0)) {
      return(0)
    }
  }
  return(lookup(fams, d(mc)))
}

/*
**  procedure: reserve
**
**
*/

proc reserve(person, depth) {
  if(and(person, duplic_handling)) {
    /* better code for LL 3.0.5 users -tentative*/
    /* problem seems to be that inlist only returns T/F, not position */
    /*
    set(n, inlist(original_person, person))
    if(ne(n, 0)) {
      set(level, getel(original_depth, n))
      if(le( abs(sub(depth, start_depth)), abs(sub(level, start_depth)) )) {
        setel(original_depth, n, depth)
      }
    } else {
      enqueue(original_person, key(person))
      enqueue(original_depth, depth)
    }
    */
    set(on_list, 0)
    forlist(original_person, i, n) {
      if(eqstr(key(person), i)) {
        set(on_list, 1)
        set(level, getel(original_depth, n))
        if(le( abs(sub(depth, start_depth)), abs(sub(level, start_depth)) )) {
          setel(original_depth, n, depth)
        }
        break()
      }
    }
    if(not(on_list)) {
      enqueue(original_person, key(person))
      enqueue(original_depth, depth)
    }
  }
}

/*
**  function: blocked
**
**  Return 1 if individual is  blocked by a reservation at an earlier depth,
**         0 otherwise
*/

func blocked(person, depth) {
  set(ans, 0)
  if(not(person)) {
    return(ans)
  }
  if(duplic_handling) {
    /* better code for LL 3.0.5 users -tentative*/
    /*
    set(n, inlist(original_person, person))
    if(ne(n, 0)) {
      if(gt( abs(sub(depth, start_depth)), abs( sub(level, start_depth)) )) {
        set(ans, 1)
        break()
      }
    }
    */
    forlist(original_person, i, n) {
      if(eqstr(key(person), i)) {
        set(level, getel(original_depth, n))
        /* only block appearances farther away from root than original person */
        if(gt( abs(sub(depth, start_depth)), abs(sub(level, start_depth)) )) {
           set(ans, 1)
           break()
        }
      }
    }
  }
  return(ans)
}


/*
**  procedure: remember_branch_start
**
**  pushes lengths of person and line lists onto special stacks
**
*/

proc remember_branch_start() {
   push(branch_start_person, add(length(plist_pos), 1))
   push(branch_start_line, add(length(llist_low), 1))
   set(bsp, length(branch_start_person))
   set(bsl, length(branch_start_line))
   if(ne(bsp, bsl)) {
     print("! for some reason, a fragment of a branch mark was left behind\n")
     print("  length(branch_start_person): ", d(bsp), nl())
     print("  length(branch_start_line): ", d(bsl), nl())
   }
}


/*
** procedure: branch_adjust
**
** 'shift' is the signed distance of the adjustment,
**         positive for down the chart.
** 
** Originally written to recover space when younger siblings get spread
** apart and their first parent branch has room to move back up the page.
** Now this task has been made general enough to be able to shift any branch
** in either direction, vertically. -- by Robert Simms 
*/

proc branch_adjust(shift) {
  set(start_plist, pop(branch_start_person))
  set(start_llist, pop(branch_start_line))

  if(and(ne(shift, 0), ge(length(plist_depth), start_plist))) {
    /* initialize low_depth_this_branch and high_depth_this_branch */
    set(low_depth_this_branch, getel(plist_depth, start_plist))
    set(high_depth_this_branch, low_depth_this_branch)
    forlist(plist_depth, stored_depth, pc) {
      if(ge(pc, start_plist)) {
        /* find the depth range from plist_depth  */
        set(low_depth_this_branch, min(low_depth_this_branch, stored_depth)) 
        set(high_depth_this_branch, max(high_depth_this_branch, stored_depth))
      }
    }
    /* make adjustment in global lists */
    forlist(plist_pos, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(ge(pc, start_plist)) {
        setel(plist_pos, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    forlist(llist_low, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(ge(pc, start_llist)) {
        setel(llist_low, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    forlist(llist_high, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(ge(pc, start_llist)) {
        setel(llist_high, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    set(depth_val, low_depth_this_branch)
    while(le(depth_val, high_depth_this_branch)) {
       set(stored_pos, get_high_pos_gen(depth_val))
       /* don't need to do this for current depth of caller because
        * high_pos_gen has likely already been read and will be set by caller
        * after use of this procedure.  Leave it just in case -- it's easier. */
       call set_high_pos_gen(depth_val, add(stored_pos, shift))
       incr(depth_val)
    }
  }
}

/*
** procedure: branch_adjust_first
**
** 'shift' is the signed distance of the adjustment,
**         positive for down the chart.
** 
** this procedure will adjust the first branch delimited by 'markers'
** (markers are indices stored in branch_start_person and branch_start_line
** that refer to the various plist_ and llist_ lists that store person and line
** vertical coordinates.
*/

proc branch_adjust_first(shift) {
  set(start_plist, dequeue(branch_start_person))
  set(start_llist, dequeue(branch_start_line))
  if(gt(length(branch_start_person), 0)) {
    set(stop_plist, getel(branch_start_person, 1))
  } else {
    set(stop_plist, add(length(plist_person), 1))
  }
  if(gt(length(branch_start_line), 0)) {
    set(stop_llist, getel(branch_start_line, 1))
  } else {
    set(stop_llist, add(length(llist_low), 1))
  }

  if(and(ne(shift, 0), ge(length(plist_depth), start_plist))) {
    /* initialize low_depth_this_branch and high_depth_this_branch */
    set(low_depth_this_branch, getel(plist_depth, start_plist))
    set(high_depth_this_branch, low_depth_this_branch)
    forlist(plist_depth, stored_depth, pc) {
      if(and(ge(pc, start_plist), lt(pc, stop_plist))) {
        /* find the depth range from plist_depth  */
        set(low_depth_this_branch, min(low_depth_this_branch, stored_depth)) 
        set(high_depth_this_branch, max(high_depth_this_branch, stored_depth))
      }
    }
    /* make adjustment in global lists */
    forlist(plist_pos, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(and(ge(pc, start_plist), lt(pc, stop_plist))) {
        setel(plist_pos, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    forlist(llist_low, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(and(ge(pc, start_llist), lt(pc, stop_llist))) {
        setel(llist_low, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    forlist(llist_high, stored_pos, pc) {
      if(and(ge(pc, start_llist), lt(pc, stop_llist))) {
        setel(llist_high, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
      }
    }
    set(depth_val, low_depth_this_branch)
    while(le(depth_val, high_depth_this_branch)) {
       set(stored_pos, get_high_pos_gen(depth_val))
       /* don't need to do this for current depth of caller because
        * high_pos_gen has likely already been read and will be set by caller
        * after use of this procedure.  Leave it just in case -- it's easier. */
       /* doing this under the assumption that nothing has been placed beneath this branch on the chart*/
       call set_high_pos_gen(depth_val, add(stored_pos, shift))
       incr(depth_val)
    }
  }
}


/*
** procedure: multi_branch_adjust
**
** 'shift' is the signed distance of the adjustment,
**         positive for down the chart.
** 
** Originally written to recover space when younger siblings get spread
** apart and their first parent branch has room to move back up the page.
** Now this task has been made general enough to be able to shift any branch
** in either direction, vertically. -- by Robert Simms 
*/

proc multi_branch_adjust(total_shift, nbranches) {
  set(i, 1)
  set(stop_plist, dequeue(branch_start_person))
  set(stop_llist, dequeue(branch_start_line))
  while(le(i, nbranches)) {
    set(start_plist, stop_plist)
    set(start_llist, stop_llist)
    set(stop_plist, dequeue(branch_start_person))
    set(stop_llist, dequeue(branch_start_line))

    set(shift, div(mul(i, total_shift), add(nbranches, 1)))

    if(and(ne(shift, 0), ge(length(plist_depth), start_plist))) {
      /* initialize low_depth_this_branch and high_depth_this_branch */
      set(low_depth_this_branch, getel(plist_depth, start_plist))
      set(high_depth_this_branch, low_depth_this_branch)
      forlist(plist_depth, stored_depth, pc) {
        if(and(ge(pc, start_plist), lt(pc, stop_plist))) {
          /* find the depth range from plist_depth  */
          set(low_depth_this_branch, min(low_depth_this_branch, stored_depth)) 
          set(high_depth_this_branch, max(high_depth_this_branch, stored_depth))
        }
      }
      /* make adjustment in global lists */
      forlist(plist_pos, stored_pos, pc) {
        if(and(ge(pc, start_plist), lt(pc, stop_plist))) {
          setel(plist_pos, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
/* RES - won't be necessary when highest person in each gen is tracked */
          call max_with_high_pos_gen(getel(plist_depth, pc), add(stored_pos,
             shift, getel(plist_height, pc)))
        }
      }
      forlist(llist_low, stored_pos, pc) {
        if(and(ge(pc, start_llist), lt(pc, stop_llist))) {
          setel(llist_low, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
        }
      }
      forlist(llist_high, stored_pos, pc) {
        if(and(ge(pc, start_llist), lt(pc, stop_llist))) {
          setel(llist_high, pc, add(stored_pos, shift))
        }
      }
    }
    incr(i)
  }
/* MUST reassess high_pos_gen for each gen in [low, high] this branch */
/*
  set(depth_val, low_depth_this_branch)
  while(le(depth_val, high_depth_this_branch)) {
     set(stored_pos, get_high_pos_gen(depth_val))
     call set_high_pos_gen(depth_val,
         add(stored_pos, div(mul(sub(nbranches, 1), shift), nbranches)))
     incr(depth_val)
  }
*/
}


/*
** procedure: max_with_high_pos_gen
**
** handles the updating of the highest position (down) on the page
** in a particular generation and over all generations
*/

proc max_with_high_pos_gen(depth, pos) {
  /* update the highest position array, or set it for the first time */
  set(prev_high, get_high_pos_gen(depth))
  call set_high_pos_gen(depth, max(pos, prev_high))
}

/*
** functions: calc_high_pos_text & calc_high_pos_line
**
** Determines maximum of all entries in
** high_pos_gen array and llist_high list, respectively.
**
*/

/* RES!!!
   Really need to search over  plist_pos -- but we need pos+extent
   which means plist_extent will need to be created
   (that will help with accurate knowledge of highest element anyway)
*/
func calc_high_pos_text() {
  set(high_pos_text, get_high_pos_gen(low_depth))
  set(depth_val, low_depth)
  while(le(depth_val, high_depth)) {
    set(high_pos_text, max(high_pos_text, get_high_pos_gen(depth_val)))
    incr(depth_val)
  }
  return(high_pos_text)
}

func calc_high_pos_line() {
  set(high_pos_line, getel(llist_high, 1))
  forlist(llist_high, x, pc) {
    set(high_pos_line, max(high_pos_line, x))
  }
  return(high_pos_line)
}

/*
** functions: calc_low_pos_text & calc_low_pos_line
**
** Determines minimum of all entries in
** plist_pos array and llist_low list, respectively.
**
*/

func calc_low_pos_text() {
  set(low_pos_text, get_high_pos_gen(low_depth))
  forlist(plist_pos, x, pc) {
    set(low_pos_text, min(low_pos_text, x))
  }
  return(low_pos_text)
}

func calc_low_pos_line() {
  set(low_pos_line, getel(llist_low, 1))
  forlist(llist_low, x, pc) {
    set(low_pos_line, min(low_pos_line, x))
  }
  return(low_pos_line)
}

/*
** function: get_clearance
**
** handles the determination of a minimum position down the chart
** necessary for a person to stay clear of others already on the chart
**
*/

func get_clearance(depth, min_pos) {
   set(next_depth, sub(depth, 1))
   set(prev_depth, add(depth, 1))

   set(new_min_pos, min_pos)
   if(high, get_high_pos_gen(prev_depth)) {
      if(not(cloak_check(prev_depth))) {
         set(new_min_pos, max(add(high, branch_dist_prev), new_min_pos))
      }
   }
   if(high, get_high_pos_gen(depth)) {
      set(new_min_pos, max(add(high, branch_dist_same), new_min_pos))
   }
   if(high, get_high_pos_gen(next_depth)) {
      if(not(cloak_check(next_depth))) {
         set(new_min_pos, max(add(high, branch_dist_next), new_min_pos))
      }
   }
   list(cloaked_depth)
   return(new_min_pos)
}

/*
** procedure cloak
**
** To be called just before a main charting procedure.
** Enables temporary hidding of a generation from get_clearance()
** so that generations closer to the root don't interfere with placement of
** branches in adjacent generations, such as with placement of maternal
** ancestor branches.
*/

proc cloak(depth) {
  push(cloaked_depth, depth)
}

/*
** function not_cloaked
**
** Checks whether a generation has been hidden from get_clearance...
**    if not then TRUE is returned,
**    if yes then FALSE is returned and the hidden status is cleared.
*/

func not_cloaked(depth) {
  if(inlist(cloaked_depth, depth)) {
    list(cloaked_depth)
    return(FALSE)
  } else {
    return(TRUE)
  }
}

/*
** function cloak_check
**
** Returns true or false depending on whether a depth is the cloaked_depth.
*/

func cloak_check(depth) {
  return(inlist(cloaked_depth, depth))
}

/*
** procedure: set_high_pos_gen
**     &
** function:  get_high_pos_gen
**
** They simplify access to the high_pos_gen list.
** LifeLines lists are indexed from 1.  In order to allow generation
** (depth) numbers to span an arbitrary range of integers, it is necessary
** to translate the depth range to one that has a minimum value of 1.
** The global variable high_pos_gen_offset is the amount necessary
** to translate the depths.
**
*/

proc set_high_pos_gen(depth, pos) {
   if(and(ge(depth, min_depth), le(depth, max_depth))) {
      set(low_depth, min(low_depth, depth))
      set(high_depth, max(high_depth, depth))
      /* not using max(pos, get_high_pos_gen(depth)) because *
       * branch_adjust() might need to decrease these numbers */
      setel(high_pos_gen, add(depth, high_pos_gen_offset), pos)
   } else {
      print(" ! Attempt to access array out of bounds: set_high_pos_gen()\n")
      print("   position: ", d(pos), "      depth: ", d(depth), nl())
   }
}

func get_high_pos_gen(depth) {
  if(and(ge(depth, low_depth), le(depth, high_depth))) {
    set(ans, getel(high_pos_gen, add(depth, high_pos_gen_offset)))
  } else {
    set(ans, 0)
  }
  return(ans)
}

/*
**  function: person_height2
**
**  Return the height of a single person's information.
**  All lines of information on a person that print_person() may issue
**  should be accounted for here.
**  The name is assumed to be in the database.  So this height will always
**  be at least name_height.  The dates are checked for in the person's record.
**
**  A TRUE (non-zero) value for the second parameter along with a non-zero
**  marriage date (third parameter) will result in
**  an extra date_height being added to the person's height corresponding
**  to the assumed intention of including the marriage date when the
**  associated enqueue_person() call is made.
**  It is thus the responsibility of the calling code to determine when to
**  use a marriage date.
*/

func person_height2(person, use_mdate, mdate) {
  /* determine height of person and put in global var person_height_return */
  set(num_info_lines, 0)
  set(person_height_return, name_height)
  if(show_altname) {
    if(altname, name2(person)) {
      incr(num_info_lines)
    }
  }
  if(dateplace(birth(person), dateplace_birth)) {
    incr(num_info_lines)
  }
  if(and(use_mdate, mdate)) {
    incr(num_info_lines)
  }
  if(dateplace(death(person), dateplace_death)) {
    incr(num_info_lines)
  }
  if(dateplace(burial(person), dateplace_burial)) {
    incr(num_info_lines)
  }
  set(num_info_lines, add(num_info_lines, address_ps(person, FALSE)) )
  set(person_height_return, add(person_height_return,
                                 mul(num_info_lines, date_height)) )
  return(person_height_return)
}

/*
**  function: dateplace
**
**  Get the date of an event in the appropriate style (which may include
**  the place).  Comments below describe the date styles.
**
*/

func dateplace(ev, style) {
  if(or( eq(ev, 0), eq(style, 0) )) {
    set(dateplace_return, 0)
  }
  /* 1 - use only the date value */
  if(eq(style, 1)) {
    set(dateplace_return, save(date(ev)))
  }

  /* 2 - use only the year and/or LAST place component (no modification) */
  if(eq(style, 2)) {
    set(dateplace_return, save(short(ev)))
  }

  /* 3 - use VERBATIM values from date and place (no modification) */
  if(eq(style, 3)) {
    set(dateplace_return, save(long(ev)))
  }

  /* 4 - date value and the FIRST component of the place */
  if(eq(style, 4)) {
    if(long(ev)) {
      if(place(ev)) {
        list(pl)
        extractplaces(ev, pl, np)
        set(where, modify(dequeue(pl)))
        if(eqstr(date(ev), "")) {
          set(dateplace_return, save(where))
        } else {
          set(dateplace_return, save(concat(date(ev), ", ", where)))
        }
      } else {
        set(dateplace_return, save(date(ev)))
      }
    } else {
      set(dateplace_return, 0)
    }
  }

  /* 5 - date value and the FIRST TWO components of the place */
  if(eq(style, 5)) {
    if(long(ev)) {
      if(place(ev)) {
        list(pl)
        extractplaces(ev, pl, np)
        if(eq(1, np)) {
          set(where, modify(dequeue(pl)))
        } else {
          set(where, concat(modify(dequeue(pl)), ", ", modify(dequeue(pl))))
        }
        if(eqstr(date(ev), "")) {
          set(dateplace_return, save(where))
        } else {
          set(dateplace_return, save(concat(date(ev), ", ", where)))
        }
      } else {
        set(dateplace_return, save(date(ev)))
      }
    } else {
        set(dateplace_return, 0)
    }
  }

  /* 6 - date value and the first THREE components of the place */
  if(eq(style, 6)) {
    if(long(ev)) {
      if(place(ev)) {
        list(pl)
        extractplaces(ev, pl, np)
        if(eq(1, np)) {
          set(where, modify(dequeue(pl)))
        } elsif(eq(2, np)) {
          set(where, concat(modify(dequeue(pl)), ", ", modify(dequeue(pl))))
  } else {
    set(where, concat(
        modify(dequeue(pl)), ", ",
        modify(dequeue(pl)), ", ",
        modify(dequeue(pl)) ))
        }
        if(eqstr(date(ev), "")) {
          set(dateplace_return, save(where))
        } else {
          set(dateplace_return, save(concat(date(ev), ", ", where)))
        }
      } else {
        set(dateplace_return, save(date(ev)))
      }
    } else {
        set(dateplace_return, 0)
    }
  }
  /* 7 - For US places, in the format "city, county, state, country"
     where any one component implies that all less specific ones are present,
     this style will choose, when available, the country,
     state, county and state, or city and state
     If enabled, place modification (abbreviation) is applied to the
     country (when the only place item) or
     the state (when NOT the only place item).
  */
  if(eq(style, 7)) {
    if(long(ev)) {
      if(place(ev)) {
        list(pl)
        extractplaces(ev, pl, np)
        if(eq(1, np)) {
           set(where, modify(getel(pl,1)))
        } elsif(eq(np, 2)) {
          set(where, getel(pl, 1))
        } elsif(eq(np, 3)) {
          set(where,concat(getel(pl, 1), ", ", modify(getel(pl, 2))))
        } elsif(ge(np, 4)) {
          set(where, concat(getel(pl, sub(np, 3)), ", " ,
              modify(getel(pl, sub(np, 1)))))
        } 
        if(eqstr(date(ev), "")) {
          set(dateplace_return, save(where))
        } else {
          set(dateplace_return, save(concat(year(ev), ", ", where)))
        }
      } else {
        set(dateplace_return, save(year(ev)))
      }
    } else {
        set(dateplace_return, 0)
    }
  }
  if(ge(style, 7)) {
    set(dateplace_return, 0)
    print(" error: invalid date style code", nl())
  }
  return(dateplace_return)
}

/*
**  function: address_ps
**
**  Prints address info as PostScript strings, if the print_flag is non-zero.
**  Returns a count of the number of info lines whether or not info is printed.
**
**  Finds last address or residence of PERSON by traversing
**  all ADDR (GEDCOM 5.5),
**  and RESI (GEDCOM 5.5)
**  nodes.
**  Here are some examples:
**      1 ADDR 122 Oak Street
**        2 CONT Somewhere, MO 55555
**      1 PHON 501-555-1212
**      1 EMAI itsme@sofa.net
** or
**      1 RESI
**        2 ADDR 122 Oak Street
**          3 CONT Somewhere, MO 55555
**        2 DATE from 23 Dec 1996
**
**  Phone and e-mail information is printed as well.
**
*/

func address_ps(person, print_flag) {
  set(lines_return, 0)
  if(not(and(person, show_address))) {
    return(lines_return)
  }
  list(addrlist)
  set(addrnode, FALSE)
  set(found_addr, FALSE)
  traverse(inode(person), node, lev) {
    if(eq(lev, 1)) {
      if(eqstr(tag(node),"ADDR")) {
        set(addrnode, node)
        set(found_addr, TRUE)
      } elsif(and( eqstr(tag(node),"RESI"), not(no_resides_at),
                   not(found_addr) )) {
        set(addrnode, node)
      }
    }
  }
  if(addrnode) {
    if(eqstr(tag(addrnode), "RESI")) {
      set(addrflag, "* ")
      set(newnode, 0)
      traverse(addrnode, node, lev) {
        if(and( eq(parent(node), addrnode), or(eqstr(tag(node), "ADDR"),
          eqstr(tag(node), "PLAC") ))) {
          set(newnode, node)
        }
      }
      if(newnode) {
        set(addrnode, newnode)
      } else {
        print("RESI node with no ADDR subnode, for ", name(person), nl())
      }
    } else {
      set(addrflag, "! ")
    }
    if(gt(strlen(place(addrnode)), 23)) {
      if(debug) {
        print(" caught a long place node, for ", name(person), nl())
      }
      extractplaces(addrnode, addrlist, np)
      /* RES - might be better to do this with a stack, to handle more than 2 */
      set(line1, 0)
      set(line1, modify(dequeue(addrlist)))
      set(line2, 0)
      if(not(empty(addrlist))) {
        set(line2, concat(line2, modify(dequeue(addrlist))))
      }
      while(not(empty(addrlist))) {
        set(line2, concat(line2, " ", modify(dequeue(addrlist))))
      }
      if(print_flag) {
        "(" addrflag strxlat(ps_xlat, line1) ")"
        "(" addrflag strxlat(ps_xlat, line2) ")"
      }
      set(lines_return, 2)
    } elsif(gt(strlen(place(addrnode)), 0)) {
      print(" caught an empty place/addr node, for ", name(person), nl())
      if(print_flag) {
        "(" addrflag strxlat(ps_xlat, place(addrnode)) ")"
      }
      set(lines_return, 1)
    } else {
      set(line1, 0)
      set(line1, modify(value(addrnode)))
      if(not(line1)) {
        print("ADDR node with no address info with tag, for ", name(person),
          nl())
        set(lines_return, 0)
      } else {
        if(print_flag) {
          "(" addrflag strxlat(ps_xlat, line1) ")"
        }
        set(lines_return, 1)
        traverse(addrnode, subnode, lev) {
          if(and(eq(parent(subnode), addrnode), eqstr(tag(subnode), "CONT") )) {
            set(line2, modify(value(subnode)))
            if(print_flag) {
              "(" addrflag strxlat(ps_xlat, line2) ")"
            }
            incr(lines_return)
          }
        }
      } 
    }
  }
  traverse(inode(person), subnode, lev) {
    if(or( eqstr(tag(subnode), "EMAI"), eqstr(tag(subnode), "PHON") )) {
      incr(lines_return)
      if(print_flag) {
        "(" "! " strxlat(ps_xlat, value(subnode)) ")"
      }
    }
    if(eqstr(tag(subnode), "PLACE")) {
      print("5-letter subnode tag: PLACE, for ", name(person), nl())
    }
    if(eqstr(tag(subnode), "EMAIL")) {
      print("5-letter subnode tag: EMAIL, for ", name(person), nl())
    }
  }
  return(lines_return)
}

/*
**  function: name2
**
**  Returns the name from the second NAME node, or a 0 (FALSE) if none.
**  This function attempts to format the name as is done to other names
**  elsewhere in the program.  The difficulty lies in LifeLines having
**  name formatting commands that only that work only with the first NAME
**  node of a person, and not on NAME nodes or strings.
*/

func name2(ind) {
  if(not(ind)) {
    return(0)
  }
  set(altnamenode, 0)
  set(found_one, FALSE)
  traverse(inode(ind), node, lev) {
    if(eq(lev, 1)) {
      if(eqstr(tag(node), "NAME")) {
        if(not(found_one)) {
          set(found_one, TRUE)
        } else {
          set(altnamenode, node)
          break()
        }
      }
    }
  }
  if(altnamenode) {
    list(parts)
    extractnames(altnamenode, parts, np, sni)
    set(altname, "")
    forlist(parts, nstr, si) {
      if(and(ge(si, sni), surname_upper)) {
        set(altname, concat(altname, upper(nstr), " "))
      } else {
        set(altname, concat(altname, nstr, " "))
      }
    }
    set(altname, trim(altname, sub(strlen(altname), 1)))
  } else {
    set(altname, 0)
  }
  return(altname)
}


/*
**  function: modify
**
**  Use a function (shorten), possibly accessed via an "include" statement
**  prior to the main() procedure code block.
**  The purpose of which is to modify place strings.
**  If the global variable 'place_modify' is set to FALSE, then place strings
**  will be returned unaltered.                       keyword: SHORTEN
**
*/

func modify(old) {
  if(and(strlen(old), place_modify)) {
    if(index(old, ",", 1)) {   /* is this a string with commas? */
      list(pl)
      extracttokens(old, pl, np, ",")
      set(new, "")
      if(gt(length(pl), 0)) {
        set(new, shorten(dequeue(pl)))
        while(gt(length(pl), 0)) {
          set(new, concat(new, ", ", shorten(dequeue(pl))))
        }
      }
    } else {
      set(new, shorten(old))
    }
  } else {
    set(new, old)
  }
  if(debug) { print("modify: ", old, " -> ", new, nl())}
  return(new)
}

/*
**  function: strxlat
**
**  If there is a chance that text containing unbalanced parentheses may
**  be written to a PostScript file as a string (which is delimited with
**  parentheses) then at least the lone parentheses must be escaped, meaning
**  preceeded by a '\' character.  The appearance of '\' characters in such
**  strings must also be escaped.
**  This function returns a string with all parentheses and
**  backslash characters escaped.
**  This idea was copied and/or adapted from Jim Eggert's modification
**  to the ps-circ(le) program for LifeLines.
**  A typical call would look like:
**      set(str, strxlat(ps_xlat, name(person)))
**  which would translate characters in person's name according to the
**  table called ps_xlat.  The output is assigned to str.
**  The output of strxlat() can also be sent directly to output.
*/

func strxlat(xlat, string) {
  if(opt_xlat) {
    set(fixstring, "")
    set(pos, 1)
    while(le(pos, strlen(string))) {
      set(char, substring(string, pos, pos))
      if (special, lookup(xlat, char)) {
        set(fixstring, concat(fixstring, special))
      } else {
        set(fixstring, concat(fixstring, char))
      }
      incr(pos)
    }
  } else {
    set(fixstring, string)
  }
  return(save(fixstring))  /* save() is used for compatibilty with older LL */
}

/*
**  function: deparen
**
**  Removes parenthesized text from a string and returns the result.
**  This routine can handle nesting of parentheses and multiple occurences
**  of parenthesized text in the same string.
*/

func deparen(str) {
  if(and(opt_deparen, index(str, ")", 1), nestr(str, ""))) {
    list(maybe)
    set(level, 0)
    while(len, strlen(str)) {
      set(s, substring(str, 1, 1))
      set(str, substring(str, 2, len))
      if(eqstr(s, ")")) {
        if(gt(level, 0)) {
          set(d, pop(maybe))
          while(nestr(d, "(")) {
            set(d, pop(maybe))
          }
          if(d, pop(maybe)) {
            if(nestr(d, " ")) {
              push(maybe, d)
            }
          } elsif(eqstr(" ", substring(str, 1, 1))) {
            set(str, substring(str, 2, len))
          }
          decr(level)
        } else {
          push(maybe, s)
        }
      } elsif(eqstr(s, "(")) {
        push(maybe, s)
        incr(level)
      } else {
        push(maybe, s)
      }
    }
    while(s, dequeue(maybe)) {
      set(str, concat(str, s))
    }
  }
  return(str)
}


/*
**  procedures: enqueue_person
**
**  Store the data for a person in the global lists.  It will be
**  printed later.
**
**  Some variable meanings:
**    line   2 = bold line, for direct anc/des
**           1 = thin line, for non-direct, blood relatives
**                                             (aunts and uncles, cousins)
**           0 = thin line in second color, for non-blood relatives
**    rel_up   = 1 if person is connected to the next level up, 0 otherwise
**    rel_down = 1 if person is connected to the next level down, 0 otherwise
**         fam = parents, if chart flow is down through this person
**               0, otherwise
**               The purpose is to check the type of connection to parents
**               and set line style accordingly.
*/

proc enqueue_person(person, depth, pos, rel, mdate, rel_up, rel_down, fam) {
  set(line, rel_famc(person, fam, rel))
  set(duplicate, blocked(person, depth))
  if(not(duplicate)) {
    call reserve(person, start_depth)
  }
  set(height, person_height2(person, mdate, mdate))

  enqueue(plist_person, person)
  enqueue(plist_depth,  depth)
  enqueue(plist_pos,    pos)
  enqueue(plist_line,   line)
  enqueue(plist_mdate,  mdate)
  enqueue(plist_up,     rel_up)
  enqueue(plist_down,   rel_down)
  enqueue(plist_duplic, duplicate)
  enqueue(plist_height, height)

  set(duplicate_return, duplicate)
}

/*
** procedure: initialize_data
**
**  Empty the lists that hold chart data.
**  This clears the way for a second pass for the more complex charts.
**
*/

proc initialize_data() {
  list(branch_start_person)
  list(branch_start_line)
  list(original_person)
  list(original_depth)
  list(high_pos_gen)

  list(plist_person)
  list(plist_depth)
  list(plist_pos)
  list(plist_line)
  list(plist_mdate)
  list(plist_up)
  list(plist_down)
  list(plist_duplic)
  list(plist_height)

  list(llist_depth)
  list(llist_low)
  list(llist_high)
  list(cloaked_depth)
  list(llist_color)
  list(llist_duplic)

  set(low_depth, start_depth)
  set(high_depth, start_depth)
}

/*
**  procedure: print_all_persons
**
**  Print all persons stored in the global lists.
*/

proc print_all_persons() {
  while(length(plist_person)) {
    set(person,  dequeue(plist_person))
    set(depth,  dequeue(plist_depth))
    set(pos,    dequeue(plist_pos))
    set(line,   dequeue(plist_line))
    set(mdate,   dequeue(plist_mdate))
    set(rel_up,   dequeue(plist_up))
    set(rel_down, dequeue(plist_down))                                     
    set(duplic,   dequeue(plist_duplic))
    call print_person(person, depth, pos, line, mdate, rel_up, rel_down, duplic)
  }
}


/*
**  procedure: print_person
**
**  Print a line of data for a person in PostScript format.  Each line
**  printed is essentially a call to a PostScript function defined in the
**  header.
**
*/

proc print_person(person, depth, pos, rel, mdate, rel_up, rel_down, duplicate) {
  /* specify an index for storage in PostScript array*/
  d(length(plist_person)) " {"

  /* print generation */
  d(depth) " "

  /* print vertical position */
  make_thousandths(pos) " "

  /* 2=direct ancestor, 1=blood relative, 0=non-blood relative */
  d(rel) " "
  if(or(lt(rel, 0), lt(2, rel))) {
    print(" >> print_person() caught invalid relationship code for ",
      name(person), nl())
  }

  /* duplicate individual */
  if(duplicate) { "1 " } else { "0 " }

  /* person has ancestors (descendants, if mirror_chart)*/
  if(rel_up) { "1 " } else { "0 " }

  /* person has descendants (ancestors, if mirror_chart)*/
  if(rel_down) { "1 " } else { "0 " }

  set(t, title(person))
  if(eqstr(t, "")) {
    set(t, 0)
  }
  if(person) {
    if(or(t, eq(title_method, 0))) {
      set(prefix_title, 0)
      set(suffix_title, 0)
    }
    if(eq(title_method, 1)) {
      set(prefix_title, t)
      set(suffix_title, 0)
    }
    if(eq(title_method, 2)) {
      set(prefix_title, 0)
      set(suffix_title, t)
    }
    if(eq(title_method, 3)) {
      set(prefix_title, 0)
      set(suffix_title, 0)
      if(is_prefix_title(t)) {
        set(prefix_title, t)
      } else {
        set(suffix_title, t)
      }
    }

    set(nlet, name_letters)
    if(prefix_title) {
      set(nlet, sub(nlet, add(strlen(prefix_title), 1)))
    }
    if(suffix_title) {
      set(nlet, sub(nlet, add(strlen(suffix_title), 1)))
    }
  }

  /* print name and title */
  "("
  if(not(person)) {
    "                           "
  } else {
    if(prefix_title) {
      prefix_title " "
    }
    strxlat(ps_xlat, deparen(fullname(person, surname_upper, 1, nlet)))
    if(suffix_title) {
      " " suffix_title
    }
  }
  ")"

  /* print info: birth, death, etc. */
  " ["
  if(person) {
    if(show_altname) {
      if(altname, name2(person)) {
        "(" strxlat(ps_xlat, altname) ")"
      }
    }
    if(date_birth, dateplace(birth(person), dateplace_birth)) {
      "(b. " strxlat(ps_xlat, date_birth) ")"
    }

    /* print marriage date, if it exists */
    if(mdate) {
      "(m. " strxlat(ps_xlat, mdate) ")"
    }

    /* print death date, if it exists */
    if(date_death, dateplace(death(person), dateplace_death)) {
      "(d. " strxlat(ps_xlat, date_death) ")"
    }

    /* print burial date/place, if it exists */
    if(date_burial, dateplace(burial(person), dateplace_burial)) {
      "(bur. " strxlat(ps_xlat, date_burial) ")"
    }

    /* print last known address or living address */
    set(dummy, address_ps(person, TRUE))
  }

  "]"         /* end of info array */

  " ("         /* drop in a complimentary indi. key -- to aid in debugging */
  if(person) {
    key(person, 1)
  } else {
    "-"
  }
  ")"

  /* call PostScript function to process and print this data */
  "} Q"

  nl()
}

/*
**  function: is_prefix_title
**
**  Decide if the given title is a prefix type title.
**
*/

func is_prefix_title(t) {
  set(is_prefix_title_return, 0)
  if( index(t, "Arch",   1))  { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Baron",  1))  { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Bish", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Brot", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Card", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Colonel", 1)) { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Canon", 1))   { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Cong", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Deacon", 1))  { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Dr", 1))      { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Duke", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Father", 1))  { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Fr", 1))      { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Hon", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Judge", 1))   { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "King", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Lady", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Lord", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Miss", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Mons", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Mr", 1))      { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Mrs", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Ms", 1))      { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Msgr", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Pope", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Pres", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Princ", 1))   { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Prof", 1))    { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Queen", 1))   { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Rabbi", 1))   { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Rav", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Rep", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Sen", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Sir", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  if( index(t, "Sis", 1))     { set( is_prefix_title_return, 1) }
  return(is_prefix_title_return)
}

/*
**  procedures: enqueue_vertical
**
**  Enqueue the data for a single vertical line onto the global lists.
**
*/

proc enqueue_vertical(depth, low, high, color, duplicate) {
  enqueue(llist_depth,  depth)
  enqueue(llist_low,    low)
  enqueue(llist_high,   high)
  enqueue(llist_color,  color)
  enqueue(llist_duplic, duplicate)
}

/*
**  procedure: print_all_verticals
**
**  Dequeue and print all vertical lines.  The lines are stored in a
**  second queue as they are printed and then placed back in the
**  original, global, queue.
**
*/

proc print_all_verticals() {
  while(length(llist_depth)) {
    set(depth,  dequeue(llist_depth))
    set(low,    dequeue(llist_low))
    set(high,   dequeue(llist_high))
    set(color,  dequeue(llist_color))
    set(duplic, dequeue(llist_duplic))

    d(length(llist_depth))
    " {" d(depth)
    " " make_thousandths(low)
    " " make_thousandths(high)
    " " d(color)
    " " d(duplic)
    "} P" nl()
  }
}

/*
**  function: make_thousandths
**
**  Since LifeLines does not have a floating point type, decimal
**  computation is done using integers that represent thousands.  This
**  procedure converts a number in thousandths to decimal notation as a string.
**  The result always has three decimal places.
*/

func make_thousandths(n) {
  set(s, "")
  if(lt(n, 0)) {
    set(s, "-")
    set(n, neg(n))
  }
  set(s, concat(s, d(div(n, 1000)), "."))
  set(t, d(mod(n, 1000)))
  if(eq(strlen(t), 1)) {
    set(s, concat(s, "00", t))
  }
  if(eq(strlen(t), 2)) {
    set(s, concat(s, "0", t))
  }
  if(eq(strlen(t), 3)) {
    set(s, concat(s, t))
  }
  return(s)
}

/*
**  function: direction
**
**  applies global option: updown_override to direction (UP or DOWN)
**  and returns a direction.  This allows for statements like
**  set(dir, direction(UP)) that are simpler than the actual formula used.
*/

func direction(updown) {
  return(mod(add(updown, updown_override), 2))
}

/*
**  functions: min and max; half
**
**  min() and max() return the minimum and maximum of a pair of integers
**
**  half() returns the integer part of dividing its argument by 2.
*/

func min(x, y) {
  if(le(x, y)) {
    set(ans, x)
  } else {
    set(ans, y)
  }
  return(ans)
}

func max(x, y) {
  if(ge(x, y)) {
    set(ans, x)
  } else {
    set(ans, y)
  }
  return(ans)
}

func half(x) {
  return(div(x, 2))
}

/*
**  function: abs
**
**  Return the absolute value of an integer
*/

func abs(x) {
  if(lt(x, 0)) {
    set(ans, neg(x))
  } else {
    set(ans, x)
  }
  return(ans)
}

/*
**  function: chart_title
**
**  Return a string containing a standard chart title based
**  on chart type and possibly generation restrictions.
*/

func chart_title() {
  set(title_return, "")
  if(nestr(chart_title_override, "")) {
    set(title_return, chart_title_override)
  } else {
    if(eq(chart_type, 1)) {
      set(title_return, concat("The ancestors of ",
        name(root_person, surname_upper),
        fromto(root_person) ))
    } elsif(or( eq(chart_type, 2), eq(chart_type, 3) )) {
      set(title_return, concat("The descendants of ",
        name(root_person, surname_upper),
        fromto(root_person) ))
    } elsif(eq(chart_type, 4)) {
      if(eq(low_depth, start_depth)) {
        set(title_return, "The ancestors of the ")
      } else {
        set(title_return, "The ancestors and descendants of the ")
      }
      set(title_return, concat(title_return,
        name(husband(root_fam), surname_upper), " and ",
        name(wife(root_fam), surname_upper), " family" ))
    } elsif(eq(chart_type, 5)) {
      if(eq(low_depth, start_depth)) {
        set(title_return, "The ancestors of the extended family of " )
      } else {
        set(title_return,
          "The ancestors and descendants of the extended family of " )
      }
      set(title_return, concat(title_return,
        name(husband(root_fam), surname_upper), " and ",
        name(wife(root_fam), surname_upper) ))
    } else {
      set(title_return, concat("<<Set chart title with",
        " 'chart_title_override' or set 'display_title' to 0 to disable.>>" ))
    }
  }
  return(title_return)
}

/*
**  function: fromto
**
**  Return a string reprsenting the time when a person lived.
*/

func fromto(indi) {
  set(e, birth(indi))
  set(f, death(indi))
  set(s, "")
  if(or(year(e), year(f))) {
    /* balanced parenthesis are OK unescaped in PostScript strings */
    set(s, concat(s, " ("))
    if(e) {
      if(year(e)) {
        set(s, concat(s, year(e)))
      } else {
        set(s, concat(s, "?"))
      }
    }
    set(s, concat(s, "-"))
    if(f) {
      if(year(f)) {
        set(s, concat(s, year(f)))
      } else {
        set(s, concat(s, "?"))
      }
    }
    set(s, concat(s, ")"))
  }
  return(save(s))
}

/*
**  procedure: write_ps
**
**  Generate the PostScript code.  Defines PostScript
**  functions for printing peoples names, dates and the lines on the
**  chart, and more.  Then the actual names and lines with their positions
**  and other data are inserted as array definitions in the PostScript code.
**  Maybe some day, other output procedures will be written, like write_pdf?
**
**  Arguments:
**    cl:  chart label, string
**    fn:  font name for an individual's name
**    fi:  font name for an individual's info (birth, death, marriage, etc.)
**    xn:  number of horizontal pages
**    yn:  number of vertical pages
**    ml:  maximum level, integer
**    nl:  minimum level, integer
**
**    Not all arguments are passed, because there are so many.
**
**  The original PostScript code was written by Thomas P. Blumer
**  (blumer@ptltd.com).
**
*/

proc write_ps(fn, fi, xn, yn, ml, nl) {
  "%!PS-Adobe-3.0" if(eqstr(paper_name, "EPSF")) {" EPSF-3.0"} nl()
  "%%Title: " chart_title() nl()
  "%%CreationDate: " stddate(gettoday()) nl()
  "%%Creator: " version
      ", a report program for LifeLines" nl()
  "%%Pages: " d(mul(xn, yn)) nl()
  "%%PageOrder: Ascend" nl()
  if(nestr(paper_name, "NONE")) {
    "%%BoundingBox: 0 0 " d(paper_width) " " d(paper_height) nl()
  }
  "%%Orientation: "
    if(portrait) {
      "Portrait"
    } else {
      "Landscape"
    }
    nl()
  "%%EndComments" nl()
  "%%BeginDefaults" nl()
  "%%ViewingOrientation: " if(portrait) {"1 0 0 1"} else {"0 -1 1 0"} nl()
  "%%EndDefaults" nl()
  "%%BeginProlog" nl()
  "% --- Define constants ---" nl()
  "% ** This first section of constants are "
          "user-modifiable here in the PS file **" nl()
  "/fontname /" fn " def" nl()
  "/ifontname /" fi " def" nl()
  "/titlefontname fontname def" nl()
  "/labelfontname /Helvetica def" nl()
  "/chart_title (" strxlat(ps_xlat, chart_title()) ") def" nl()
  "/display_title " if(display_title) {"true"} else {"false"} " def" nl()
  "/chart_label (" strxlat(ps_xlat, chart_label) ") def" nl()
  "/display_label " if(display_label) {"true"} else {"false"} " def" nl()
  "/chart_label_centered "
      if(chart_label_centered) {"true"} else {"false"} " def" nl()
  "/label_outside_border "
      if(label_outside) {"true"} else {"false"} " def" nl()
  "/show_border " if(display_border) {"true"} else {"false"} " def" nl()
  "/mirror " if(mirror_chart) { "true" } else { "false" } " def" nl()
  "/portrait " if(portrait) { "true" } else { "false" } " def" nl()
  "/margin_top " d(margin_top) " def" nl()
  "/margin_bottom " d(margin_bottom) " def" nl()
  "/margin_left " d(margin_left) " def" nl()
  "/margin_right " d(margin_right) " def" nl()
  "% indent is the fraction of generation width to allow for horizontal lines"
  nl()
  "/indent .05 def" nl()
  "/use_color " if(color_chart) { "true" } else { "false" } " def" nl()
  "/use_bold " if(bold_chart) { "true" } else { "false" } " def" nl()
  "/bold_factor " make_thousandths(mul(bold_factor, 1000)) " def" nl()
  "/tweak 0 def    % points to shift chart vertically within border" nl()
  "% Red,Green,Blue intensities for lines and text (regular and bold)" nl()
  "%   Values may have decimals and must be between 0 and 1." nl()
  "/lr 0 def /lg 1 def /lb 1 def" nl()
  "/Lr 0 def /Lg 0 def /Lb 1 def" nl()
  "/tr 0 def /tg 0 def /tb 0 def" nl()
  "/Tr 0 def /Tg 0 def /Tb 0 def" nl()
  if(debug_postscript) {
    "/show_positions false def    % make true to show person positions" nl()
  }
  "/show_keys false def     % set to true to turn on display of keys" nl()
  "% ** End of user-modifiable constants **" nl()
  if(nestr(paper_name, "NONE")) {
    "/paper_height " d(paper_height) " def" nl()
    "/paper_width " d(paper_width) " def" nl()
  }
  "/name_height " make_thousandths(name_height) " def" nl()
  "/date_height " make_thousandths(date_height) " def" nl()
  "/xpages " d(xn) " def" nl()
  "/ypages " d(yn) " def" nl()
  "/minpos_text " make_thousandths(calc_low_pos_text()) " def" nl()
  "/minpos_line " make_thousandths(calc_low_pos_line()) " def" nl()
  "/maxpos_text " make_thousandths(calc_high_pos_text()) " def" nl()
  "/maxpos_line " make_thousandths(calc_high_pos_line()) " def" nl()
  "/maxlevel " d(ml) " def" nl()
  "/minlevel " d(nl) " def" nl()
  "% --- Start Subroutines ---" nl()
  "% emulations of Level 2 operators" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/*SF {                 % Complete selectfont emulation" nl()
  "  exch findfont exch" nl()
  "  dup type /arraytype eq {makefont}{scalefont} ifelse setfont" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "/BuildRectPath {" nl()
  "  dup type dup /integertype eq exch /realtype eq or {" nl()
  "    4 -2 roll moveto" nl()
  "    dup 0 exch rlineto exch 0 rlineto neg 0 exch rlineto closepath" nl()
  "  }{" nl()
  "    dup length 4 sub 0 exch 4 exch" nl()
  "    {" nl()
  "      1 index exch 4 getinterval aload pop" nl()
  "      BuildRectPath" nl()
  "    } for" nl()
  "    pop" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "/*RC {" nl()
  "  gsave newpath BuildRectPath clip grestore" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "% install Level 2 emulations, or substitute built-in Level 2 operators" nl()
  "/languagelevel where" nl()
  "  {pop languagelevel}{1} ifelse" nl()
  "2 lt {" nl()
  "  /RC /*RC load def" nl()
  "  /SF /*SF load def" nl()
  "}{" nl()
  "  /RC /rectclip load def      % use RC instead of rectclip" nl()
  "  /SF /selectfont load def    % use SF instead of selectfont" nl()
  "} ifelse" nl()
  "/SF2 {SF" nl()
  "  /fshow fshowdict currentfont /FontName get get load def" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "% Handy little functions: min, max" nl()
  "/min {" nl()
  "  2 copy gt { exch } if pop" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  "/max {" nl()
  "  2 copy lt { exch } if pop" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "% Line and Person array filling procedures" nl()
  "/P {Alin 3 1 roll put} def" nl()
  "/Q {Aind 3 1 roll put} def" nl()
  nl()
  "/black-and-white-device     % true for black & white, false otherwise" nl()
  "{    statusdict begin" nl() 
  "     /processcolors where" nl()
  "     { pop processcolors } { 1 } ifelse" nl()
  "     end" nl()
  "     1 eq" nl()
  "} def" nl()
  nl()
  "% wshow* usage:  string num  wshow*  --" nl()
  "% scale to fit string in specified width at current point" nl()
  "/wshow* {" nl()
  "  /s exch def" nl()
  "  /len exch def" nl()
  "  s stringwidth pop line_gap add dup len lt {" nl()
  "    pop s fshow" nl()
  "  }{" nl()
  "    gsave" nl()
  "    % scale for exact fit (current point is not affected)" nl()
  "    len exch div dup scale" nl()
  "    s fshow" nl()
  "    grestore" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "% wlen usage:  string num1 num2  wlen  num3 num4" nl()
  "% The string is to be rendered no longer than specified length (num1)," nl()
  "% starting with initial font size (num2)." nl()
  "% Determines scale (num3) necessary to render string with length (num4)" nl()
  "% Assumes 'direct' variable is currently set to indicate use of bold font."
  nl()
  "/wlen {" nl()
  "     /s exch def" nl()
  "     /len exch def" nl()
  "     /fntsiz exch def" nl()
  "     /bfn exch def" nl()
  "     /fn exch def" nl()
  "     use_bold direct and {" nl()
  "        bfn fntsiz SF2" nl()
  "     } {" nl()
  "        fn fntsiz SF2" nl()
  "     } ifelse" nl()
  "     s stringwidth pop line_gap add dup len lt {" nl()
  "        % text already fits so return scale of 1 and text length" nl()
  "        1 exch" nl()
  "     } {" nl()
  "        % scale, len for text length since scale makes fit exact" nl()
  "        len exch div len" nl()
  "     } ifelse" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "%" nl()
  "% Show text from right to left, with left end at current point" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/rlshow {" nl()
  "  dup stringwidth rmoveto" nl()
  "  { (_) dup 0 4 -1 roll put" nl()
  "    dup stringwidth pop neg 0 rmoveto" nl()
  "    currentpoint 3 -1 roll show" nl()
  "    moveto" nl()
  "  } forall" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "%" nl()
  "% Print a title across the bottom of the page" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/print_title {" nl()
  "  /fsize th1 18 div def" nl()
  "  /len tw1 .9 mul def" nl()
  "  titlefontname fsize SF2" nl()
  "  chart_title stringwidth pop dup len lt {" nl()
  "    pop" nl()
  "  } {" nl()
  "    % compute new font size for exact fit lengthwise" nl()
  "    len exch div fsize mul /fsize exch def" nl()
  "    titlefontname fsize SF2" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  "  titlefontname findfont /FontBBox get dup" nl()
  "  3 get /sy2 exch fsize mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  1 get /sy1 exch fsize mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  sy2 0 eq {" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (A) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (p) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop" nl()
  "  } if" nl()
  "  /title_length chart_title stringwidth pop def" nl()
  "  /title_height sy2 sy1 sub def" nl()
  "  /title_allowance title_height 1.1 mul def" nl()
  "  /startx tw1 title_length sub 2 div def" nl()
  "  /starty sy1 neg title_height .05 mul add def" nl()
  "  startx starty chart_title stringwidth pop" nl()
  "  startx starty moveto" nl()
  "  textcolr0" nl()
  "  chart_title fshow" nl()
  "  0 title_allowance translate       % set origin above title" nl()
  "  /th1 th1 title_allowance sub def  % shorten chart space accordingly" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "/print_label {" nl()
  "  /labelfs 6 def" nl()
  "  /len wp1 def" nl()
  "  labelfontname labelfs SF2" nl()
  "  chart_label stringwidth pop dup len lt {pop} {" nl()
  "    len exch div labelfs mul /labelfs exch def" nl()
  "    labelfontname labelfs SF2" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  "  labelfontname findfont /FontBBox get dup" nl()
  "  3 get /sy2 exch labelfs mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  1 get /sy1 exch labelfs mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  sy2 0 eq {" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (A) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (p) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop   " nl()
  "  } if" nl()
  "  chart_label_centered" nl()
  "    {len chart_label stringwidth pop sub 2 div}" nl()
  "    {0} ifelse" nl()
  "  0 sy1 neg moveto" nl()
  "  chart_label fshow" nl()
  "  sy2 sy1 sub 1.2 mul dup" nl()
  "  0 exch translate" nl()
  "  th1 exch sub /th1 exch def" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()

  /* To write an alternative PostScript border procedure,
     here are the current guidelines for compatibility:
     - external PostScript variables used in the original border procedure:
        lincolr0 -- a procedure that sets the drawing color to the one used
                    for blood relatives
        tw1      -- the width, in points, available
        th1      -- the height, in points, available
        wp1      -- the width, in points, available on the lower left page
     - what the border procedure must do when finished:
        1. translate to just inside the lower left corner of the border
        2. subtract border thickness from /tw1, /th1, and /wp1
        3. set /bgap to the empty space at the bottom on the inside of
           the border -- some of which is used as extra space for a title
           or inside label
  */
  "% Print a decorative border" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/print_border {" nl()
  "  /bwid1 2.5 def" nl()
  "  /gapwid 1.5 def" nl()
  "  /bwid2 0.7 def" nl()
  "  /bgap 10 def" nl()
  "  /tbwid bwid1 gapwid bwid2 bgap add add add def" nl()
  "  /tw 7.2 def" nl()
  "  /rect {" nl()
  "    /rh exch def" nl()
  "    /rw exch def" nl()
  "    moveto" nl()
  "    rw 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 rh rlineto" nl()
  "    rw neg 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    closepath stroke" nl()
  "  } def" nl()
  "  /rectt {" nl()
  "    /rh exch def" nl()
  "    /rw exch def" nl()
  "    /rhs rh tw sub tw sub def" nl()
  "    /rws rw tw sub tw sub def" nl()
  "    moveto" nl()
  "    0 tw rmoveto" nl()
  "    tw 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 tw neg rlineto" nl()
  "    rws 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 tw rlineto" nl()
  "    tw 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 rhs rlineto" nl()
  "    tw neg 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 tw rlineto" nl()
  "    rws neg 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    0 tw neg rlineto" nl()
  "    tw neg 0 rlineto" nl()
  "    closepath stroke" nl()
  "  } def" nl()
  nl()
  /* assuming that 2*(border thickness) < (chart width) */
  "  2 setlinecap" nl()
  "  0 setlinejoin" nl()
  "  bwid1 setlinewidth" nl()
  "  lincolr0" nl()
  "  bwid1 2 div  dup  tw1 bwid1 sub  th1 bwid1 sub  rectt" nl()
  "  bwid2 setlinewidth" nl()
  "  bwid1 gapwid bwid2 2 div add add  dup" nl()
  "  tw1 bwid1 2 mul sub gapwid 2 mul sub bwid2 sub " nl()
  "  th1 bwid1 2 mul sub gapwid 2 mul sub bwid2 sub rect" nl()
  "  %  move the chart origin inside the border zone" nl()
  "  tbwid tbwid translate" nl()
  "  % take border thickness away from chart area" nl()
  "  /th1 th1 tbwid 2 mul sub def" nl()
  "  /tw1 tw1 tbwid 2 mul sub def" nl()
  "  /wp1 wp1 tbwid xpages 1 eq {2 mul} if sub def" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()

  "% calculate max. font sizes and scale factor for placement of chart elements" nl()
  "% depends on: th1, tw1" nl()
  "% determines: posunit, minpos, rl, fntsize, fntsize2, linwid, dashwid," nl()
  "%       char2line, line2char, line_gap, name_adjust, name_extra, len1" nl()
  "/calcScale {" nl()
  "  % for now, overestimate the upwards name_adjust with name_height" nl()
  "  /minpos minpos_text name_height sub minpos_line min def" nl()
  "  /maxpos maxpos_text maxpos_line max def" nl()
  "  /posunit th1 maxpos minpos sub div def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % Now we have the remaining height and width, compute" nl()
  "  % the column width, font size etc." nl()
  "  %" nl()
  "  /rl tw1 maxlevel minlevel sub 1 add div def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % calculate base font size from segment length" nl()
  "  /fntsize rl 9.0 div def" nl()
  nl()
  /* RES: make so two solid marks of dashed line appear on indent length */
  "  /dashwid rl indent mul 3 div def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % size of name text, layout relies on a restricted font size" nl()
  "  fntsize name_height posunit mul gt {" nl()
  "     /fntsize name_height posunit mul def" nl()
  "  } if" nl()
  nl()
  "  % find out how low below baseline any of the letters can reach" nl()
  "  fontname findfont /FontBBox get dup" nl()
  "  3 get /sy2 exch fntsize mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  1 get /sy1 exch fntsize mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  sy2 0 eq {" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (A) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (p) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop   " nl()
  "  } if" nl()
  "  /name_desc sy1 neg def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % font for birth/death dates" nl()
  "  /fntsize2 fntsize date_height mul def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % find out how low below baseline any of the letters can reach" nl()
  "  ifontname findfont /FontBBox get dup" nl()
  "  3 get /sy2 exch fntsize2 mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  1 get /sy1 exch fntsize2 mul 1000 div def" nl()
  "  sy2 0 eq {" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (A) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop" nl()
  "    newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "    (p) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    sy2 max /sy2 exch def pop sy1 min /sy1 exch def pop   " nl()
  "  } if" nl()
  "  /info_desc sy1 neg def" nl()
  "  /info_asc sy2 def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % calc line width from font size" nl()
  "  /linwid fntsize .06 mul def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % name_adjust -- adjustment to 'center' names on horiz. lines." nl()
  "  %               it's the distance from baseline to middle of '-'." nl()
  "  % char2line & line2char -- indicate offsets to horiz. line ends" nl()
  "  % relative to char origins matching behavior of minus char. as a line" nl()
  "  boldfontname fntsize SF2" nl()
  "  newpath 0 0 moveto" nl()
  "  (-) false charpath flattenpath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "    exch /minus_end exch def add 2 div /name_adjust exch def" nl()
  "    /char2line exch def" nl()
  "  (-) stringwidth pop minus_end sub /line2char exch def" nl()
  "  /line_gap char2line line2char add def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % this is the highest a name can extend above its horiz. line (pos)" nl()
  "  /name_extra sy2 name_adjust sub def" nl()
  nl()
  "  % name string length for all generations" nl()
  "  /len1 rl 1 indent 2 mul sub mul def" nl()
  "} def" nl()
  nl()
  "% Draw a vertical line" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/l {" nl()
  "    /duplic exch 1 eq def" nl()
  "    dup /direct exch 2 eq def" nl()
  "    /blood exch 1 ge def" nl()
  "    /parent exch def" nl()
  "    /pos exch def" nl()
  "    /level exch def" nl()
  nl()
  "    mirror {" nl()
  "        /x maxlevel level sub rl mul def" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "        /x level minlevel sub 1 add rl mul def" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  "    /y1 top pos minpos sub posunit mul sub def" nl()
  "    /y2 top parent minpos sub posunit mul sub def" nl()
  "    blood {lincolr0}{lincolr1} ifelse" nl()
  "    duplic {[dashwid] 0 setdash}{[] 0 setdash} ifelse" nl()
  "    use_bold direct and {" nl()
  "        linwid bold_factor mul setlinewidth" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "        linwid setlinewidth" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  "    0 setlinecap" nl()
  "    % 2 setlinecap affects dashes, so have to extend line ends manually" nl()
  "    x y1 currentlinewidth 2 div add moveto" nl()
  "    x y2 currentlinewidth 2 div sub lineto stroke" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()
  "%" nl()
  "% Print a person" nl()
  "% called once for each individual on chart" nl()
  "%" nl()
  "/i {" nl()
  "   /key exch def           % database key, make show_keys true to show" nl()
  "   /info exch def          % array of info strings: birth, death, etc." nl()
  "   /name exch def" nl()
  "   /rel_down exch 1 eq def % true if person connects to next level down" nl()
  "   /rel_up exch 1 eq def   % true if person connects to next level up" nl()
  "   /duplic exch 1 eq def   % true for duplicate individual" nl()
  "   dup                     % copy line-type for two uses" nl() 
  "   /direct exch 2 eq def   % true for direct ancestor, false for indirect"
  nl()
  "   /blood exch 1 ge def    % true for blood relatives" nl()
  "   /pos exch def           % vertical position" nl()
  "   /level exch def         % generation level, 0 = youngest" nl()
  nl()
  "   mirror {  % smallest gen. # on the right" nl()
  "      /rel_left rel_up def" nl()
  "      /rel_right rel_down def" nl()
  "      /x1 maxlevel level sub rl mul def" nl()
  "   } {  % smallest gen. # on the left" nl()
  "      /rel_left rel_down def" nl()
  "      /rel_right rel_up def" nl()
  "      /x1 level minlevel sub rl mul def" nl()
  "   } ifelse" nl()
  "   /x2 x1 rl add def" nl()
  nl()
  "   % x1=left edge, x=start of text, x2=right edge" nl()
  nl()
  "   /ylin top pos minpos sub posunit mul sub def" nl()
  nl()
  "   % Calculate the printed length of the name" nl()
  "   fontname boldfontname fntsize len1 name wlen" nl()
  "   /lname exch def /scalefactor exch def" nl()
  nl()
  "   % use relative change in fontsize determined by wlen to scale name_adjust"
  nl()
  "   % then determine the baseline position relative to the horizontal line"
  nl()
  "   /y ylin name_adjust scalefactor mul sub def" nl()
  nl()
  "   % Find the size of the longest text string" nl()
  "   /ls lname def" nl()
  "   /infoscale 1 def" nl()
  "   info {" nl()
  "     dup length 0 gt" nl()
  "     {ifontname boldifontname fntsize2 len1 5 4 roll wlen" nl()
  "       dup ls gt {/ls exch def}{pop}ifelse" nl()
  "       dup infoscale lt {/infoscale exch def}{pop}ifelse" nl()
  "     }{pop" nl()
  "     }ifelse" nl()
  "   }forall" nl()
  nl()
  "   direct rel_left rel_right and or {" nl()
  "      % center record within generation" nl()
  "      /x x1 rl ls line_gap scalefactor mul add sub 2 div add def" nl()
  "   }{" nl()
  "      rel_right {/x x2 rl indent mul sub ls sub def} if" nl()
  "      rel_left {/x x1 rl indent mul add def} if" nl()
  "   } ifelse" nl()
  "   /xlin x def" nl()
  "   /x xlin line2char scalefactor mul add def" nl()
  nl()
  "   use_bold direct and {" nl()
  "      boldfontname fntsize SF2" nl()
  "      linwid bold_factor mul setlinewidth" nl()
  "   } {" nl()
  "      fontname fntsize SF2" nl()
  "      linwid setlinewidth" nl()
  "   } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "   blood {lincolr0}{lincolr1} ifelse" nl()
  "   duplic {[dashwid] 0 setdash}{[] 0 setdash} ifelse" nl()
  "   0 setlinecap   % don't cap lines -- stay clear of name characters" nl()
  nl()
  "   rel_left {" nl()
  "      x1 ylin moveto xlin ylin lineto stroke" nl()
  "   } if" nl()
  "   rel_right {" nl()
  "      x lname add char2line scalefactor mul add ylin moveto" nl()
  "      x2 ylin lineto stroke" nl()
  "   } if" nl()
  nl()
  "   % print name" nl()
  "   direct use_bold and {textcolr0}{textcolr1} ifelse"  nl()
  "   x y moveto" nl()
  "   len1 name wshow*" nl()
  "   % drop down by height of name font descenders" nl()
  "   /y y name_desc sub def" nl()
  "   % drop down by height of small text above its baseline + small font gap" nl()
  "   /y y info_asc infoscale mul sub def" nl()
  nl()
  "  use_bold direct and {" nl()
        /* RES - alternative is to pass infoscale to wshow* */
        /* that would avoid danger of generating too many fonts in PS engine */
  "     boldifontname fntsize2 infoscale mul SF2" nl()
  "  }{" nl()
  "     ifontname fntsize2 infoscale mul SF2" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "  % print info: birth, death, etc." nl()
  "  info" nl()
  "  { dup length 0 gt" nl()
  "    { x y moveto" nl()
  "      len1 exch wshow*" nl()
  "      /y y fntsize2 sub def" nl()
  "    }{pop" nl()
  "    }ifelse" nl()
  "  }forall" nl()
  if(debug_postscript) {
    nl()
    "  show_positions {     % not for use with show_keys simultaneously" nl()
    "    pos abs floor 1 ge {" nl()
    "      pos abs log cvi" nl()
    "    }{1}ifelse" nl()
    "    pos 0 lt {1 add} if" nl()
    "    5 add string /tmp exch def" nl()
    "    pos tmp cvs" nl()
    "    x y moveto" nl()
    "    len1 tmp wshow*" nl()
    "  }if" nl()
  }
  "  show_keys {" nl()
  "    x y moveto" nl()
  "    len1 key wshow*" nl()
  "  }if" nl()
  "} bind def" nl()
  nl()

  "% If colour is required, set the appropriate fields" nl()
  "%   and define colour setting procedures accordingly." nl()
  "% Note: setcmykcolor is a PostScript Level 2 operator." nl()
  "%" nl()
  "use_color black-and-white-device not and {" nl()
  "  /setcmykcolor where { pop" nl()
  "    Tr Tg Tb add add 0 eq {" nl()
  "      /Tk 1 def" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "      /Tk 0 def" nl()
  "      /Tr 1 Tr sub def /Tg 1 Tg sub def /Tb 1 Tb sub def" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "    tr tg tb add add 0 eq {" nl()
  "      /tk 1 def" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "      /tk 0 def" nl()
  "      /tr 1 tr sub def /tg 1 tg sub def /tb 1 tb sub def" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "    Lr Lg Lb add add 0 eq {" nl()
  "      /Lk 1 def" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "      /Lk 0 def" nl()
  "      /Lr 1 Lr sub def /Lg 1 Lg sub def /Lb 1 Lb sub def" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "    lr lg lb add add 0 eq {" nl()
  "      /lk 1 def" nl()
  "    } {" nl()
  "      /lk 0 def" nl()
  "      /lr 1 lr sub def /lg 1 lg sub def /lb 1 lb sub def" nl()
  "    } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "    /textcolr0 {Tr Tg Tb Tk setcmykcolor} bind def % direct names" nl()
  "    /textcolr1 {tr tg tb tk setcmykcolor} bind def % indirect names" nl()
  "    /lincolr0 {Lr Lg Lb Lk setcmykcolor} bind def  % direct lines" nl()
  "    /lincolr1 {lr lg lb lk setcmykcolor} bind def  % indirect lines" nl()
  "  } {" nl()
  "    /textcolr0 {Tr Tg Tb setrgbcolor} bind def % direct names" nl()
  "    /textcolr1 {tr tg tb setrgbcolor} bind def % indirect names" nl()
  "    /lincolr0 {Lr Lg Lb setrgbcolor} bind def  % direct lines" nl()
  "    /lincolr1 {lr lg lb setrgbcolor} bind def  % indirect lines" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  "} {" nl()
  "  /textcolr0 {} bind def" nl()
  "  /textcolr1 {} bind def" nl()
  "  /lincolr0 {} bind def" nl()
  "  /lincolr1 {} bind def" nl()
  "} ifelse" nl()
  nl()

  "% page printing procedure" nl()
  "/print-a-page {" nl()
  "  /ypage exch def" nl()
  "  /xpage exch def" nl()
  "  /th1 th0 def" nl()
  "  /tw1 tw0 def" nl()
  "  /wp1 wp def" nl()
  "  % adjust for portrait or landscape" nl()
  "  % move origin so that desired page lands on the clip rectangle" nl()
  "  gsave     % so we can undo portrait/landscape adjustments" nl()
  nl()
  "  portrait {" nl()
  "    % portrait mode" nl()
  "    llx lly translate" nl()
  "  }{" nl()
  "    llx ury translate -90 rotate" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  nl()
  "  % specify (rectangular) clipping path to keep the margins clean" nl()
  "  0 0 wp hp RC" nl()
  nl()
  "  % move origin so that desired portion of chart lands within clipping path"
    nl()
  "  xpage wp mul neg ypage hp mul neg translate" nl()
  nl()
  "  label_outside_border {" nl()
  "    display_label {print_label} if" nl()
  "    show_border {print_border} if" nl()
  "    display_title {" nl()
  "      show_border {" nl()
  "        % let the title or inside label get in closer to the border" nl()
  "        0 bgap .9 mul neg translate /th1 th1 bgap .9 mul add def" nl()
  "        } if" nl()
  "      print_title" nl()
  "    } if" nl()
  "  }{" nl()
  "    show_border {print_border} if" nl()
  "    display_label display_title or {" nl()
  "      % let the title or inside label get in closer to the border" nl()
  "      0 bgap .9 mul neg translate /th1 th1 bgap .9 mul add def" nl()
  "      display_label {print_label} if" nl()
  "      display_title {print_title} if" nl()
  "    } if" nl()
  "  } ifelse" nl()
  nl()

  "  calcScale  % figure font size and scale factor to make chart fit" nl()
  nl()

  "  % chart starts this high on the page from chart origin.  Allow for" nl()
  "  % the first name to extend above the 0 position." nl()
  "  /top th1 tweak add def" nl()
  nl()

  "  % print all lines and person info" nl()
  "  Aind {exec i} forall" nl()
  "  Alin {exec l} forall" nl()
  nl()
  "  grestore" nl()
  nl()
  "} def      % print-a-page procedure" nl()
  "% --- End of Subroutines ---" nl()
  "%%EndProlog" nl()
  "%%BeginSetUp" nl()
  if(and( nestr(paper_name, "NONE"), nestr(paper_name, "EPSF") )) {
    if(manual_feed_opt) {
      "%%BeginFeature: *ManualFeed "
      if(eq(manual_feed_opt, 1)) {"True"} else {"False"} nl()
      "/languagelevel where {pop languagelevel 2 ge}{false} ifelse" nl()
      "  {1 dict dup /ManualFeed "
      if(eq(manual_feed_opt, 1)) {"true"} else {"false"}
      " put setpagedevice" nl()
      "  }{statusdict /manualfeed "
      if(eq(manual_feed_opt, 1)) {"true"} else {"false"}
      " put}" nl()
      "ifelse" nl()
      "%%EndFeature" nl()
    }
    "%%BeginFeature: "
      if(eq(manual_feed_opt, 1)) {"*PageRegion "} else {"*PageSize "}
      if(eq(postscript_level, 1)) {
        lower(paper_name)
      } else {
        paper_name
      }
      nl()
      "/languagelevel where {pop languagelevel 2 ge}{false} ifelse" nl()
      " {1 dict" nl()
      "  dup /Policies 2 dict dup /PageSize 2 put dup /MediaType 0 put put" nl()
      "  setpagedevice" nl()
      "  2 dict" nl()
      "  dup /PageSize [" d(paper_width) " " d(paper_height) "] put" nl()
      "  dup /ImagingBBox null put" nl()
      "  setpagedevice" nl()
      " }{ " lower(paper_name) nl()
      " } ifelse" nl()
    "%%EndFeature" nl()
  }
  nl()
  if(ne(enc_choice, 0)) {
    "/encvecmod* {  % on stack should be /Encoding and an encoding array" nl()
    "  % make an array copy so we don't try to modify the original via pointer"
      nl()
    "  dup length array copy" nl()
    "  encvecmod aload length dup 2 idiv exch 2 add -1 roll exch" nl()
    "  {dup 4 2 roll put}" nl()
    "  repeat" nl()
    "} def" nl()
    "/reenc {" nl()
    "   findfont" nl()
    "   dup length dict begin" nl()
    "      {1 index /FID eq {pop pop} {" nl()
    "         1 index /Encoding eq {" nl()
    "               encvecmod* def" nl()
    "            }{def} ifelse" nl()
    "         } ifelse" nl()
    "      } forall" nl()
    "      currentdict" nl()
    "   end" nl()
    "   definefont pop" nl()
    "} def" nl()
  }
  if(eq(enc_choice, 1)) {
    "% Adjust the font so that it is iso-8859-1 compatible" nl()
    "/languagelevel where" nl()
    "   {pop languagelevel}{1} ifelse" nl()
    "2 ge {" nl()
    "    % Use built-in ISOLatin1Encoding if PS interpreter is Level 2" nl()
    "    /encvecmod* {pop ISOLatin1Encoding} def" nl()
    "}{" nl()
    /* This array indicates changes to go from the Standard Encoding Vector
       to the ISOLatin1 Encoding Vector for ISO-8859-1 compatibility,
       according to the PostScript Language Reference Manual, 2nd ed.
       The characters from A0 to FF are essential for 8859-1 conformance.
    */
    "   /encvecmod [" nl()
"16#90 /dotlessi   16#91 /grave        16#92 /acute      16#93 /circumflex" nl()
"16#94 /tilde      16#95 /macron       16#96 /breve      16#97 /dotaccent" nl()
"16#98 /dieresis   16#99 /.notdef      16#9a /ring       16#9b /cedilla" nl()
"16#9c /.notdef    16#9d /hungarumlaut 16#9e /ogonek     16#9f /caron" nl()
"16#a0 /space      16#a1 /exclamdown   16#a2 /cent       16#a3 /sterling" nl()
"16#a4 /currency   16#a5 /yen         16#a6 /brokenbar   16#a7 /section" nl()
"16#a8 /dieresis   16#a9 /copyright   16#aa /ordfeminine 16#ab /guillemotleft"
  nl()
"16#ac /logicalnot 16#ad /hyphen      16#ae /registered  16#af /macron" nl()
"16#b0 /degree     16#b1 /plusminus   16#b2 /twosuperior 16#b3 /threesuperior"
  nl()
"16#b4 /acute      16#b5 /mu          16#b6 /paragraph    16#b7 /periodcentered"
  nl()
"16#b8 /cedilla    16#b9 /onesuperior 16#ba /ordmasculine 16#bb /guillemotright"
  nl()
"16#bc /onequarter 16#bd /onehalf    16#be /threequarters 16#bf /questiondown"
  nl()
"16#c0 /Agrave      16#c1 /Aacute    16#c2 /Acircumflex 16#c3 /Atilde" nl()
"16#c4 /Adieresis   16#c5 /Aring     16#c6 /AE          16#c7 /Ccedilla" nl()
"16#c8 /Egrave      16#c9 /Eacute    16#ca /Ecircumflex 16#cb /Edieresis" nl()
"16#cc /Igrave      16#cd /Iacute    16#ce /Icircumflex 16#cf /Idieresis" nl()
"16#d0 /Eth         16#d1 /Ntilde    16#d2 /Ograve      16#d3 /Oacute" nl()
"16#d4 /Ocircumflex 16#d5 /Otilde    16#d6 /Odieresis   16#d7 /multiply" nl()
"16#d8 /Oslash      16#d9 /Ugrave    16#da /Uacute      16#db /Ucircumflex" nl()
"16#dc /Udieresis   16#dd /Yacute    16#de /Thorn       16#df /germandbls" nl()
"16#e0 /agrave      16#e1 /aacute    16#e2 /acircumflex 16#e3 /atilde" nl()
"16#e4 /adieresis   16#e5 /aring     16#e6 /ae          16#e7 /ccedilla" nl()
"16#e8 /egrave      16#e9 /eacute    16#ea /ecircumflex 16#eb /edieresis" nl()
"16#ec /igrave      16#ed /iacute    16#ee /icircumflex 16#ef /idieresis" nl()
"16#f0 /eth         16#f1 /ntilde    16#f2 /ograve      16#f3 /oacute" nl()
"16#f4 /ocircumflex 16#f5 /otilde    16#f6 /odieresis   16#f7 /divide" nl()
"16#f8 /oslash      16#f9 /ugrave    16#fa /uacute      16#fb /ucircumflex" nl()
"16#fc /udieresis   16#fd /yacute    16#fe /thorn       16#ff /ydieresis" nl()
    "  ] def" nl()
    "} ifelse" nl()
    nl()
  } elsif(eq(enc_choice, 2)) {
    /* The following array specifies changes to make to a font encoding
       to make characters A0 through FF match the ISO Latin alphabet no. 2
       This will work as long as there are instructions in the font for
       drawing the glyphs named here.  Missing glyphs would be 
       substituted with /.notdef from the font by the PostScript interpreter.
    */
    "/encvecmod [" nl()
    "16#a0 /space     16#a1 /Aogonek 16#a2 /breve     16#a3 /Lslash" nl()
    "16#a4 /currency  16#a5 /Lcaron  16#a6 /Sacute    16#a7 /section" nl()
    "16#a8 /dieresis  16#a9 /Scaron  16#aa /Scedilla  16#ab /Tcaron" nl()
    "16#ac /Zacute    16#ad /hyphen  16#ae /Zcaron    16#af /Zdotaccent" nl()
    "16#b0 /degree    16#b1 /aogonek 16#b2 /ogonek    16#b3 /lslash" nl()
    "16#b4 /acute     16#b5 /lcaron  16#b6 /sacute    16#b7 /caron" nl()
    "16#b8 /cedilla   16#b9 /scaron  16#ba /scedilla  16#bb /tcaron" nl()
    "16#bc /zacute    16#bd /hungarumlaut 16#be /zcaron 16#bf /zdotaccent" nl()
    "16#c0 /Racute    16#c1 /Aacute  16#c2 /Acircumflex 16#c3 /Abreve" nl()
    "16#c4 /Adieresis 16#c5 /Lacute  16#c6 /Cacute    16#c7 /Ccedilla" nl()
    "16#c8 /Ccaron    16#c9 /Eacute  16#ca /Eogonek   16#cb /Edieresis" nl()
    "16#cc /Ecaron    16#cd /Iacute  16#ce /Icircumflex 16#cf /Dcaron" nl()
    "16#d0 /Dcroat    16#d1 /Nacute   16#d2 /Ncaron    16#d3 /Oacute" nl()
    "16#d4 /Ocircumflex 16#d5 /Ohungarumlaut 16#d6 /Odieresis 16#d7 /multiply"
      nl()
    "16#d8 /Rcaron    16#d9 /Uring   16#da /Uacute    16#db /Uhungarumlaut" nl()
    "16#dc /Udieresis 16#dd /Yacute  16#de /Tcommaaccent 16#df /germandbls" nl()
    "16#e0 /racute    16#e1 /aacute  16#e2 /acircumflex 16#e3 /abreve" nl()
    "16#e4 /adieresis 16#e5 /lacute  16#e6 /cacute    16#e7 /ccedilla" nl()
    "16#e8 /ccaron    16#e9 /eacute  16#ea /eogonek   16#eb /edieresis" nl()
    "16#ec /ecaron    16#ed /iacute  16#ee /icircumflex 16#ef /dcaron" nl()
    "16#f0 /dcroat    16#f1 /nacute  16#f2 /ncaron     16#f3 /oacute" nl()
    "16#f4 /ocircumflex 16#f5 /ohungarumlaut 16#f6 /odieresis 16#f7 /divide"
      nl()
    "16#f8 /rcaron    16#f9 /uring   16#fa /uacute    16#fb /uhungarumlaut" nl()
    "16#fc /udieresis 16#fd /yacute  16#fe /tcommaaccent  16#ff /dotaccent" nl()
    "  ] def" nl()
    nl()
  } elsif(eq(enc_choice, 3)) {
    /* This array indicates changes necessary to go from the Standard Encoding
       Vector to one matching the int'l characters and some others in the
       IBM Extended Character Set (extended ASCII).
    */
    "/encvecmod [" nl()
"16#80 /Ccedilla    16#81 /udieresis 16#82 /eacute      16#83 /acircumflex" nl()
"16#84 /adieresis   16#85 /agrave    16#86 /aring       16#87 /ccedilla" nl()
"16#88 /ecircumflex 16#89 /edieresis 16#8a /egrave      16#8b /idieresis" nl()
"16#8c /icircumflex 16#8d /igrave    16#8e /Adieresis   16#8f /Aring" nl()
"16#90 /Eacute      16#91 /ae        16#92 /AE          16#93 /ocircumflex" nl()
"16#94 /odieresis   16#95 /ograve    16#96 /ucircumflex 16#97 /ugrave" nl()
"16#98 /ydieresis   16#99 /Odieresis 16#9a /Udieresis   16#9b /cent" nl()
"16#9c /sterling    16#9d /yen       16#9e /.notdef     16#9f /florin" nl()
"16#a0 /aacute      16#a1 /iacute    16#a2 /oacute      16#a3 /uacute" nl()
"16#a4 /ntilde      16#a5 /Ntilde    16#a6 /ordfeminine 16#a7 /ordmasculine"
nl()
"16#a8 /questiondown 16#a9 /.notdef  16#aa /.notdef     16#ab /onehalf" nl()
"16#ac /onequarter  16#ad /exclamdown 16#ae /guillemotleft "
                                                    "16#af /guillemotright" nl()
"16#e1 /germandbls  16#ed /oslash    16#f1 /plusminus   16#f6 /divide" nl()
"16#f8 /degree      16#f9 /bullet" nl()
    "  ] def" nl()
    nl()
  }

  "% Copyright (c) 1991-1993 Thomas P. Blumer.  All Rights Reserved." nl()
  "% Permission granted to use in LifeLines report generation." nl()
  "% table of how to get bold fonts" nl()
  "/bolddict 40 dict def" nl()  /* dictionary size might need boosting */
  "bolddict begin" nl()
  "  % default table entry is that boldfontname = fontname" nl()
  "  fontname fontname def" nl()
  "  ifontname ifontname def" nl()
  "  labelfontname labelfontname def" nl() 
                                /* ADD new bold font associations below here */
  "  /AvantGarde-Book /AvantGarde-Demi def" nl()
  "  /AvantGarde-BookOblique /AvantGarde-DemiOblique def" nl()
  "  /Bookman-Light /Bookman-Demi def" nl()
  "  /Bookman-LightItalic /Bookman-DemiItalic def" nl()
  "  /Courier /Courier-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Courier-Oblique /Courier-BoldOblique def" nl()
  "  /Times-Roman /Times-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Times-Italic /Times-BoldItalic def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica /Helvetica-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica-Condensed /Helvetica-Condensed-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica-Condensed-Oblique /Helvetica-Condensed-BoldObl def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica-Narrow /Helvetica-Narrow-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique /Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique def" nl()
  "  /Helvetica-Oblique /Helvetica-BoldOblique def" nl()
  "  /Hershey-Plain /Hershey-Plain-Bold def" nl()
  "  /NewCenturySchlbk-Roman /NewCenturySchlbk-Bold def" nl()
  "  /NewCenturySchlbk-Italic /NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic def" nl()
  "  /Palatino-Roman /Palatino-Bold def" nl()
  "  /Palatino-Italic /Palatino-BoldItalic def" nl()
  "  /ZapfChancery /ZapfChancery-Bold def" nl()
  "  /ZapfChancery-MediumItalic /ZapfChancery-Bold def" nl()
  "  /OmArabicRsimms /OmArabicRsimms-Bold def" nl()
  "end" nl()
  nl()
  "/boldfontname bolddict fontname get def" nl()
  "/boldifontname bolddict ifontname get def" nl()
  nl()
  "% The fshowdict is used to declare which PostScript proc to use" nl()
  "% to show strings.  For some Arabic and Hebrew fonts at least, the" nl()
  "% characters have positive widths, which makes the 'show' command" nl()
  "% place a character to the right of the prior one." nl()
  "% A special 'show' variant, 'rlshow,' compensates for this." nl()
  "% Record font names, both internal and those used to refer to a font." nl()
  "% A font's real FontName should be here when there's the possibility" nl()
  "%  of using aliases for that font -- like using ZapfChancery instead of" nl()
  "%  ZapfChancery-MediumItalic.  The font still thinks its name is the" nl()
  "%  latter." nl()
  "/fshowdict 25 dict def" nl()
  "fshowdict begin" nl()
  "  fontname /show def" nl()
  "  ifontname /show def" nl()
  "  boldfontname /show def" nl()
  "  boldifontname /show def" nl()
  "  labelfontname /show def" nl()
                           /* these two are typical substitution fonts */
  "  /Courier /show def" nl() 
  "  /Helvetica-Bold /show def" nl()
                           /* real font names, for which aliases may be used*/
  "  /ZapfChancery-MediumItalic /show def" nl()
                           /* ADD NEW rlshow associations below here */
  "  /Baghdad /rlshow def" nl()
  "  /Jerusalem /rlshow def" nl()
  "  /Jslm /rlshow def" nl()
  "  /OmArabicRsimms /rlshow def" nl()
  "  /OmArabicRsimms-Bold /rlshow def" nl()
  "  /OmegaSerifArabicOne /rlshow def" nl()
  "end" nl()
  nl()
  if(ne(enc_choice, 0)) {
    "/NewFont fontname reenc" nl()
    "/fontname /NewFont def" nl()
    nl()
    "/NewBoldFont boldfontname reenc" nl()
    "/boldfontname /NewBoldFont def" nl()
    nl()
    "/NewLabelFont labelfontname reenc" nl()
    "/labelfontname /NewLabelFont def" nl()
    nl()
    "/NewTitleFont titlefontname reenc" nl()
    "/titlefontname /NewTitleFont def" nl()
    nl()
    "/NewIFont ifontname reenc" nl()
    "/ifontname /NewIFont def" nl()
    nl()
    "/NewBoldIFont boldifontname reenc"
    "/boldifontname /NewBoldIFont def"
    "% end font reencoding" nl()
    nl()
  }

  "% Find printable dimension for chart with a sequence of steps" nl()
  nl()
  "% get printable area for each page" nl()
  "clippath pathbbox newpath" nl()
  "/ury exch def /urx exch def" nl()
  "/lly exch def /llx exch def" nl()
  nl()
  if(pacificpage) {
    "% adjust for PacificPage cartridge" nl()
    "statusdict /product known {" nl()
    "     statusdict begin product end (PacificPage) eq" nl()
    "     version (4.06) eq and {" nl()
    "             /lly lly 5 add def" nl()
    "             /ury ury 10 sub def" nl()
    "     } if" nl()
    "} if" nl()
    nl()
  }
  if(nestr(paper_name, "NONE")) {
    "% ensure minimum margins and that chart fits in defined paper size" nl()
    "llx margin_left lt {/llx margin_left def} if" nl()
    "lly margin_bottom lt {/lly margin_bottom def} if" nl()
    "paper_height margin_top sub dup ury lt {/ury exch def}{pop} ifelse" nl()
    "paper_width margin_right sub dup urx lt {/urx exch def}{pop} ifelse" nl()
    nl()
  } else { /* paper dimensions not specified, so take margins from print area */
    "/llx llx margin_left add def /lly lly margin_bottom add def" nl()
    "/urx urx margin_right sub def /ury ury margin_top sub def" nl()
    nl()
  }
  "% get available width and height for printing on a sheet of paper" nl()
  "/wp urx llx sub def" nl()
  "/hp ury lly sub def" nl()
  nl()
  "% adjust for portrait or landscape" nl()
  "portrait not {" nl()
  "   /tmp hp def" nl()
  "   /hp wp def" nl()
  "   /wp tmp def" nl()
  "} if" nl()
  nl()
  "% get width and height of the multi-page printable area" nl()
  "/tw0 wp xpages mul def" nl()
  "/th0 hp ypages mul def" nl()
  nl()
  "% store vertical lines and individual records in arrays" nl()
  "/Alin " d(length(llist_depth)) " array def" nl()
  "/Aind " d(length(plist_person)) " array def" nl()
  nl()
  call print_all_verticals()
  nl()
  call print_all_persons()
  "%%EndSetUp" nl()
  set(yi, sub(yn, 1))
  while(ge(yi, 0)) {
    set(yi_ord, sub(sub(yn, 1), yi))
    set(xi, 0)
    while(lt(xi, xn)) {
      set(page_num, add(mul(yi_ord, xn), xi, 1))
      "%%Page: " d(page_num) " " d(page_num) nl()
      if(nestr(paper_name, "NONE")) {
        "%%PageBoundingBox: 0 0 " d(paper_width) " " d(paper_height) nl()
      }
      d(xi) " " d(yi) " print-a-page" nl()
      "showpage" nl()
      set(xi, add(xi, 1))
    }
    set(yi, sub(yi, 1))
  }
  "%%EOF" nl()
}