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tkinfo 2.8-6
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#!/bin/sh
# This is a Tcl/Tk script to be interpreted by wish (Tk4.0 or better): \
exec wish "$0" "$@"


##########################################################################
# Version of TkInfo:
set tki_version 2.8
#
# Authors:	Kennard White <kennard@ohm.eecs.berkeley.edu> (up to 0.7)
# 		Axel Boldt <axelboldt@yahoo.com> (beginning with 0.8 through 2.5)
# Copyright:	BSD-type license, see below
# RCS:		$Id: tkinfo,v 1.97 2004/03/22 23:53:57 axel Exp $
#
# A graphical browser for files in the GNU hypertext "info" format,
# written in Tcl/Tk. 
#
# Please see the "About" and "Info" file sections below.  (search for
# "README" to find these sections quickly).  These explain much more
# about what tkInfo is and what info files are, and gives references to
# other programs and sources of info.  For information on the internals
# of tkInfo, see the roadmap below.
#
# The program provides on-line help about itself: start it and hit `h'.
#
# This release should work with tcl7.4/tk4.0 or later.  tkInfo no
# longer works with older versions (sorry).  tkInfo has gone through
# several releases, but it is by no means complete.  Feel free to make
# suggestions, or better yet, send me patch files.
#
# See below for copyright.  Basically you can re-distribute this any
# way you like, just don't sue me and don't pretend you wrote tkInfo.
#
# Contributions and/or good ideas (some minor, some major) by Larry
# Virden <lvirden@cas.org>, Bob Bagwill <bagwill@swe.ncsl.nist.gov>,
# ??? <tlukka@snakemail.hut.fi>, Kurt Hornik
# <hornik@neuro.tuwien.ac.at>, Hume Smith <850347s@dragon.acadiau.ca>,
# Stephen Gildea <gildea@x.org>, Warren Jones <wjones@tc.fluke.COM>,
# Robert Wilensky <wilensky@CS.Berkeley.EDU>, Frank Joachim Leitner
# <ldvhp47@ldv.e-technik.tu-muenchen.de>, John Haxby <jch@pwd.hp.com>,
# Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au>.
# Tom Phelps <phelps@CS.Berkeley.EDU> contributed the searching code, as
# well as many other good ideas.
# L J Bayuk <bayuk@mindspring.com> patched 2.5 for Tcl/Tk 8.4.
#

set tki_help_usage \
{
TkInfo: Stand-alone usage
-------------------------

    (requires the wish shell (Tk version 4.0 or better))

When invoked with no arguments, tkInfo looks for an "info tree" (a
collection of info files installed on your system) and displays the
top level node.  On a well maintained system, you can get to every
info file starting from this top level node.  Alternatively, you can
specify the file and node you want to see on the command line.

Usage: tkinfo [--help] [[-|+]headers] [[-|+]buttons]
              [[-|+]scrollthrough] [[-|+]showdir] [[-|+]pagesep]
              [-linklook type] [-highlight type] [-searchlook type] 
              [-geometry geom] [-display display] [-iconic] 
              [-dir dir1] [-dir dir2] ... [node]
Options:
 --help           Produces this help message.
 -/+headers       Turns on/off display of the raw info node headers.
 -/+buttons       Turns on/off display of the button row.
 -/+balloons      Turns on/off balloonhelp for the buttons.
 -/+scrollthrough Turns on/off going to successor when scrolling through end.
 -/+showdir       Turns on/off showing the full pathname of the info file.
 -/+pagesep       Turns on/off inserting page separators when scrolling.
 -linklook        Specifies how to display xrefs and menu entries.  Must
                  be one of "color", "font", or "underline".
 -highlight       How to highlight links. Can be "color", "underline", or 
                  "inverse".
 -searchlook      How to highlight the matches after searches. Can be "color",
                  "underline", or "inverse".
 -geometry        Geometry of the window. format: XxY+A+B or XxY or +A+B.
                  X,Y specify size in characters, A,B give location in pixels.
 -display         X display to use for the tkInfo window.
 -iconic          Start the first window in iconic state.
 -dir             Specifies a directory to search for info files, in addition 
                  to those contained in the INFOPATH environment variable.
                  Several -dir options can be present; the directories will be
                  searched before INFOPATH, in the order given.
 node	          Specifies the node to visit initially. Possible formats:
                    "(filename)nodename"  most general
                    "(filename)"          equivalent to (filename)Top
                    "filename"            equivalent to (filename).
                  If filename is not absolute, the info directories (from 
                  INFOPATH and -dir) will be searched. If filename cannot be 
                  found, its lower case version will be tried.
                  An alternative way to specify the node "(FILE)NODE" is 
                  with "-file FILE -node NODE".
                  If no node is given, the default "(dir)Top" is used.

Environment variables:
 INFOPATH         A colon (`:') separated list of directories to search
      	          for info files. More directories can be given with -dir 
                  option, above. If not set, TkInfo will try various
                  standard directories that should be ok for most systems.
 INFOSUFFIX	  A colon separated list of file suffixes to try when searching
      	          for an info file. If not set, tkinfo will try the suffixes
                  "", ".info", and "-info". In addition, tkinfo will
                  always automatically try the suffixes .Z, .z, bz2, and .gz
                  and uncompress transparently if necessary.
}; set tki_custom \
{
How to customize tkInfo
-----------------------

The colors, fonts, and geometry of tkInfo can be customized using the
standard X options database. A random example follows. You can either put
(parts of) this in your .Xdefaults or .Xresources file or you can
create a global file /etc/X11/app-defaults/tkinfo that will apply
to all users of your site. To have the new options take effect,
restart your X server or use the program xrdb. More information about
the X options mechanism is available from the X man page. Use tkman
for reading man pages or you lose.

Windows and Mac users can't do this, but they can change the "option" 
lines in the procedure tkiInit in the tkInfo script itself.


=========== snip ==================================================
! These tkInfo settings are annoying on purpose, just to demonstrate 
! what harm an evil mind can do.
!
! Specify the size in characters, the position in dots. You can also
! leave the position out. Default geometry is 80x28 to fit on 640x480
! screens.
Tkinfo.geometry:                80x40+10+10
! How many entries to keep in the info node history list.
! Default is 20.
Tkinfo*history:                 28
! How many entries to keep in the history list for the prompt window.
! Defaults to 35.
Tkinfo*prompthistory:           20
! Whether to jump to the successor node when attempting to scroll at the
! bottom of a node. Can be 1 (default) or 0.
Tkinfo*scrollthrough:           0
! Whether to show the directory of the displayed node. Can be 0 (default)
! or 1.
Tkinfo*showdir:                 1
! Whether to insert page separators when scrolling. Defaults to 1.
Tkinfo*pagesep:                 0
! How the links are displayed. Can be one of "color" (default),
! "underline" (default on b&w terminals), or "font".
Tkinfo*linklook:                font
! The following is only used if linklook is set to "color"
Tkinfo*linkcolor:               red
! The following is only used if linklook is set to "font".
Tkinfo*linkfont:                -*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
! How a link is highlighted. Can be one of "inverse" (default), "underline",
! or "color".
Tkinfo*highlight:               color
! Set this if highlight = color:
Tkinfo*highlightcolor:          green
! Set this if highlight = font:
Tkinfo*highlightfont:           -*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
! How to display the matches after a search. Can be "color", "font", or 
! "inverse" (default).
Tkinfo*searchlook:              font
Tkinfo*searchfont:              -*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
Tkinfo*searchcolor:             violet
! To switch off the lower row of buttons. (The default is "1" which means 
! display the buttons.)
Tkinfo*showbuttons:             0
! To switch off balloonhelp for the buttons. (Default is "1" which means
! display balloonhelp.)
Tkinfo*showballoons:            0
! Delay after which balloonhelp appears, in thousands of a second.
! Default: 400
Tkinfo*balloondelay:            300
! To switch off display of the full info file headers. (The default is "1" 
! which means show the info headers).
Tkinfo*showheaders:             0
! You can specify colors either as names (on my system, they are defined in 
! /usr/lib/X11/rgb.txt), or in the format #C0F1DD as a sequence of three 
! hex numbers giving the red-green-blue components.
Tkinfo*background:              yellow
Tkinfo*Text.background:         orange
! The "trough" is the area where the scrollbar moves.
Tkinfo*troughColor:             blue
! This is for disabled menuentries and buttons.
Tkinfo*disabledForeground:      #F00909
Tkinfo*activeBackground:        blue
Tkinfo*foreground:              black
! Backgroundcolor of balloons (default: LightGoldenrodYellow)
Tkinfo*balloonbackground:       violet
! Font for the buttons and messages. You can find nice fonts with the program
! xfontsel.
Tkinfo*font:                    -*-helvetica-bold-r-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
Tkinfo*Text.font:               -*-courier-medium-r-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
! If you don't like that the window which owns the focus is highlighted:
Tkinfo*highlightThickness:      0
! Change the different mouse pointers here; the available cursornames
! are contained in the file /usr/include/X11/cursorfont.h on my system.
Tkinfo*linkcursor:              "double_arrow"
Tkinfo*normcursor:              "fleur"
Tkinfo*waitcursor:              "heart"
! This one appears on Button-2:
Tkinfo*handcursor:              "double_arrow"
=========== snip ==================================================

}; set tki_roadmap \
{
Roadmap to the tkInfo source code
---------------------------------

TkInfo is a Tcl/Tk script.  The following information is for people
familiar with Tcl/Tk who want to hack on tkInfo.  You should read the
tkinfo source along with this roadmap.

We keep a global array of variables tki() to store things such as the
current status of the user-toggable options, the current window, list
of all windows, the mouse position at button-press events, and the
extracted information of already parsed info files (including their
full node text, see below). We also have a global array of variables
for every toplevel window; the array has the same name as the window
and is usually called wvars() through a call to upvar. We use wvars() to
store displayed status messages, the name of the displayed node, the
list of previously visited nodes, the string being searched for etc.

The widget tree looks like this: the toplevel windows are called
.tki1, .tki2, etc. .tki1.bar is the menubar with buttons .file, .node,
.search, .options, and .help. The associated menus are called
.tki1.bar.file.m and so on. The main text window is called
.tki1.main.text and its scrollbar is .tki1.main.vsb. Then there is the
the button row .tki1.buts with buttons .next, .prev, .up, and .last
and the status line .tki1.s with filename window .tki1.s.filename and
status message .tki1.s.status. If the user is prompted for an input,
.tki1.s.filename contains the prompt and .tki1.s.input is the entry
area.  Then there is the pop-up menu .tki1.transientmenu which appears
on Button-3.


tkInfo requires the following global variables:
 tki		This is a huge array where all the loaded info-files
		are stored.  It also contains some configuration state.
		The contents of this is described below.
 .tki##		Each toplevel info window has a global variable associated
		with it.  The name of the variable is the same as the
		toplevel window name, which is ".tki" followed by some number.
 tkiEmbed	tkInfo can operate stand-alone (like the "info" program) or
		embedded (part of your application).  Embedded mode is
		used iff this variable exists.  When this file is
		sourced in the stand-alone case, the argv options will be
		parsed (see tkiBoot() below) and a new toplevel window
	 	will be opened.


tkInfo may be used in one of three modes: stand alone, embedded or
as a server tool.  These modes are described below:

Stand-alone
	In this mode, the user directly invokes tkinfo, and directly
	manipulates it to display the nodes of interest. This mode
	requires that the shell script "tkinfo" be properly
	configured, and that the info path be properly configured,
	either by editing the default info path in "tkinfo"/tkiInit(),
	or by the user's INFOPATH environment variable. The built-in
	help contains additional information (command line arguments)
	for this mode.

Embedded
	In this mode, your application will include tkinfo as part of
	its distribution, and tkinfo will run within the same process
	and the the same TCL interpreter as your application.  tkInfo
	is written with this in mind, and avoids name space pollution.
	In this mode, tkInfo doesn't do anything until the application
	explicitly request an action by calling tkiWinShow(); normally
	the application will do this in response to the user selecting
	a "Help" button or pressing a "Help" key.

	To use this mode, your application must set the global variable
	``tkiEmbed'' to any value and then source "tkinfo" (the
	auto-load facility may replace explicitly source'ing
	"tkinfo", but ``tkiEmbed'' must be set before this
	happens). 

	tkiAddInfoPaths() should be called by the application to let
	tkInfo know where the application's info files are installed.
	The application should call tkiWinShow() to display a window.
	Also, the application may find tkiWinContextHelp() useful
	for processing "Help" key bindings.

Server Tool
	From the user's perspective, this is very similar to the
	Embedded mode, but the implementation is different.  In this
	mode, tkInfo runs as in the stand-alone mode, but responds to
	requests from other applications via Tk's "send" mechanism.
	The application must rendezvous with tkInfo (locating the
	existing server or starting a new server running) and makes
	calls to tkiAddInfoPaths() and tkiWinShow() as in the embedded
	case (but via "send").  The application may wish tkInfo to
	dedicate a single window to the application, the "window tag"
	feature of tkiWinShow() may be useful for this.


The core structure of an info file is a {node}.  Each info file
consists of a set of nodes separated by a magic character.  Each nodes
consists of of a headerline and a body, which can contain a menu.
There are also special nodes that contain control information used to
reference "split" files and speed up access.  A node may be specified
in one of several ways (called a {nodeSpec}):
	(filename)nodename      Explicit.
	nodename		The given node within the current file.
	(filename)		The "Top" node of the file.
If a filename can't be found, we try the lower case version; if a nodename 
can't be found we try case insensitive match.

In the implementation below, the info format consists of {nodes} stored 
in files.  A given info file has three identifiers associated with it:
 -	The {filename}, which is the name used either by the user to
	reference a file, or by one info file to reference another.
	Such a reference could be complete UNIX path name (either
	absolute or relative), or may be a partial specification (see below).
 -	The {filepath}, which is a valid UNIX path name to access the
	file.  The filepath is derived from the filename.  If the filename
	is already a valid path, no work needs be done.  Otherwise,
	the filepath is formed by prepending a path prefix and appending
	a file suffix.  These are defined by the INFOPATH and INFOSUFFIX
	variables.
 -	The {filekey}, which is an internal, auto-generated token associated
	with each file.
A typical (filename,filepath,filekey) would be 
(emacs-2,/usr/info/emacs-2.gz,fk3). This file has the info file called "emacs" 
as a parent.

The global array "tki" contains the following elements about the
already parsed files:
  fileKeys-$fileName	The fileKeys for $fileName. If there are info files 
                        of the same name in different directories, they will 
                        get differnet fileKeys.
  fileinfo-$fileKey	The fileinfo struct for $fileKey. Each fileinfo is
			{ fileKey fileName filePath pntKey }
                        pntKey is the filekey of the parent, or the empty
                        list if there is no parent.
  incore-$fileKey	Boolean 0/1; true if file has been loaded into core.
  nodesinfo-$fileKey	A list of nodeinfo for every node in $fileKey.
			Each nodeinfo is a list { idx node file up prev next }.
                        Node, file, up, prev, next are the names given
                        in the info node's first line.
  nodesbody-$fileKey	A list of the textual body for every node in $fileKey.
                        The nodes are given in the same order as in nodesinfo.
  indirf-$fileKey	List of indirect-file-info for $fileKey.  Each
			info is a list { indirFileKey byteOfs }.
  indirn-$fileKey	List of indirect-node-info for $fileKey.  Each
			info is a list { nodeName byteOfs fileKey }.
  xrefinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx
			A list of all cross reference
			pointers within the node body's text. Every element
                        has the form { idx toNode stpos endpos label } 
                        stpos and endpos give the position of the link in 
                        the text.
  menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx
			Contains information on all menu entries
			within the node's menu text.  Consists of list of:
			 { linecnt menucnt toNode nBeg nEnd menutxt }
                        nBeg and nEnd give the positions of the menu entry
                        in its line.

Notes (some important, some not).
1.	Because of the graphical system, there may be several parallel
	info windows active.  These windows must operate independently.
	Because of this, there can be no concept of the "current file"
	or "current node" within the tkinfo core.  Rather, this information
	must be maintained by the window.
2.	Because of #1, we must maintain multiple files in core.  Currently
	we never flush.
3.	The background color used in tkiInit() is BISQUE1, from tk/defaults.h
4.	The byte offsets in the indirect tables are not used as such;
	this is because we parse the file when loaded.  However, they are
	used to identify which indirect file the node is in.
5.	The function tkiLoadFile() attempts to deal with compressed files.
	Currently it uses "zcat" for .Z files, "bunzip2 -c" for .bz2
        and "gunzip -c" for .z and .gz files.
	If you have better suggestions, please let me know.


Here are descriptions of the more important procedures:

tkiInit 
   Initializes the default INFOPATH and other global variables such as
   the default geometry, link color, cursor etc.  It also sets the
   regular expression used for parsing info files by calling
   _tkiNodeParseInit and sets up the builtin info pages by calling
   _tkiBuiltinFile (which does its job by setting up the relevant
   tki() variables so that it looks like tkInfo has actually parsed
   the builtin info "files").

tkiTimeStatus
   takes a script as argument, executes it, and prints the time it
   took on stdout. This can be used to profile tkinfo if the option
   "Time Status" is enabled from the option menu. Several crucial
   calls are wrapped in a tkiTimeStatus.

tkiInfoWindow
   Accepts the same arguments as tkinfo. It first parses the options
   using topgetopt, processes them, and then calls tkiWinShow to
   actually create the new window and display the node.

tkiWinShow
   The main entry point: takes the specification of an info node and a
   window, creates that window if necessary, and displays the
   node. This is also suitable for being called from other tcl
   programs via send.

tkiWinCreate
   creates a toplevel window with all its subwindows. Also initializes
   the winfo() variables for that window. Creates all bindings except
   those for the main text window which are handled by _tkiWinBind.

_tkiWinBind
   Creates all the bindings for the text window and search entry
   boxes. Many of these bindings are created automatically via
   _tkiBindAccels from the accelerators of the various menu
   entries. If you have bindings to add, here's the place.

_tkiWinAction
   The central manager of all actions that can be performed by the user
   on a window, such as quitting, scrolling, searching, and moving to
   other nodes. The actions themselves are actually handled by other
   procedures.  This function is designed to be bound to various
   events.

_tkiWinPromptMap
   Brings up the lower prompt area for searches etc.

_tkiWinPromptOk
   Is called when the user presses Enter in the lower prompt area. It
   takes the appropriate action and unmaps the prompt area using 
   _tkiWinPromptUnmap. 

tkiWinDpy
   Inserts a node into the current text window, complete with
   tags. Updates the history and last lists. The actual parsing is
   done in tkiNodeParseBody. Also updates the Next/Previous/Last
   button bindings and enables/disables menu entries as appropriate
   for the displayed node.

tkiWinContextHelp
   helper function for the case where tkinfo is embedded in a larger
   application. The app can associate an infonode spec to every major
   window, and this function will display the associated node in a new
   tkinfo window.

tkiFileGet
   loads a file into memory and returns the filekey using tkiFileFind
   and tkiFileLoad.

tkiFileFind
   returns the full filename of a partially specified info file using
   the list of info directories and info suffixes and compression
   suffixes.

tkiFileLoad
   loads an info file and parses its nodes using tkiFileParseNode in
   order to fill up the respective entries in tki(). tkiFileParseNode
   has to deal with tag tables (which describe where in a file a node
   is located) and indirect tables which point to other info files.

tkiGetNodeRef
   locates an info node wherever it is; loads the info file if
   necessary. Info files can be split; for example, emacs.info is only
   a short table containing pointers to the info files emacs-1 to
   emacs-29. This is called an "Indirect" table, and emacs.info is
   called the parent of the other emacs info files. tkiGetNodeRef
   deals with this mess transparently, calling itself recursively on a
   child if necessary.

tkiNodeParseBody
   parses the body of a node to locate all crossreferences, and
   returns a list of them and stores it in tki().

tkiNodeParseMenu
   parses the body of a node to locate all menu entries, and returns a
   list of them and stores it in tki().

_tkiWinManPage
   displays a man page in a tkman window. Either starts a new tkman or
   contacts an existing one. Communication is via the tcl send
   mechanism. This does not work if you X server is insecure; use xdm
   to get a secure session.

_tkiBindAccels
   a nice utility function to support accelerator keys in menus.

searchboxSearch and searchboxNext
   support for searching, regexp or normal, ready to be bound to
   events.

TextSearch and regexpTextSearch
   used by the searchbox functions to locate all matching strings in a
   text window and to apply a given tag to them.
}

#
# README: You might want to customize "defInfoPath" below for your site,
#	  just put your paths there and remove the others for faster 
#         startup. 
#	  If you feel there is a "standard" location not listed below,
#	  please send me mail.
#
proc tkiInit { } {
    global tki env auto_path tkiEmbed geometry

    # No need to do this if we have been called before
    if { [info exist tki(sn)] } return

    set defInfoPath [list . \
      /usr/info /usr/share/info /usr/local/info /usr/local/gnu/info \
      /usr/local/emacs/info /usr/local/lib/emacs/info \
      /usr/lib/xemacs/info /usr/local/lib/xemacs/info \
      /usr/gnu/info \
      ]

    set defInfoSuffix [list .info -info ""]


    option add *geometry                80x50+150+150 widgetDefault
    option add *scrollthrough           1        widgetDefault
    option add *showdir                 0        widgetDefault
    option add *pagesep                 1        widgetDefault
    option add *background		#d9d9d9  widgetDefault
    option add *foreground		Black    widgetDefault
    option add *history                 20       widgetDefault
    option add *prompthistory           35       widgetDefault
    option add *Text.background		White    widgetDefault
    option add *Text.foreground		Black    widgetDefault
    option add *font			TkHeadingFont widgetDefault
    option add *Text.font		TkFixedFont widgetDefault
    option add *linklook                "color" widgetDefault
    if { [info commands winfo] != "" } {
	if { [winfo depth .] == 1 } {
	    option add *linklook "underline" widgetDefault
	}
    }
    option add *linkcolor               green    widgetDefault
    option add *linkfont                "-*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*" widgetDefault
    option add *highlight               inverse  widgetDefault
    option add *highlightfont           "-*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*" widgetDefault
    option add *highlightcolor          violet  widgetDefault
    option add *searchlook              inverse widgetDefault
    option add *searchfont              "-*-courier-bold-o-normal-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*" widgetDefault
    option add *searchcolor             red widgetDefault
    option add *showbuttons             "1" widgetDefault
    option add *showballoons            "1" widgetDefault
    option add *showheaders             "1" widgetDefault
    option add *linkcursor		"hand2" widgetDefault
    option add *normcursor		"left_ptr" widgetDefault
    option add *waitcursor		"watch" widgetDefault
    option add *handcursor              "sb_v_double_arrow" widgetDefault
    option add *balloondelay            400
    option add *balloonbackground       LightGoldenrodYellow

    _tkiLoadAppDefaults {tkinfo Tkinfo TkInfo} 

    set tki(sn)			0
    set tki(self)		[info script]
    set tki(timestatusB)	0
    set tki(iconic)             0
    set tki(compresscat-Z)	"zcat"
    set tki(compresscat-z)	"gunzip -c"
    set tki(compresscat-gz)	"gunzip -c"
    set tki(compresscat-bz2)    "bunzip2 -c"
    set tki(rawHeadersB)	[option get . showheaders Showheaders]
    set tki(showButtonsB)	[option get . showbuttons Showbuttons]
    set tki(showBalloonsB)      [option get . showballoons Showballoons]
    set tki(scrollThroughB)     [option get . scrollthrough Scrollthrough]
    set tki(showDirB)           [option get . showdir Showdir]
    set tki(pageSepB)           [option get . pagesep Pagesep]
    set tki(nodeSep)		"\037"
    set tki(nodeByteSep)	"\177"
    set tki(topLevelNode)	"Top"
    set tki(lastNodes)          ""
    set tki(promptHistory)      ""
    set tki(dirs)               ""
    set tki(history)            ""
    set tki(historyLength)      [option get . history History]
    set tki(promptHistoryLength) [option get . prompthistory PromptHistory]

    # The global $geometry is set by wish if -geometry was given on
    # the command line. The command line option is eaten by wish and
    # we will never see it.
    set tki(geometry)           [option get . geometry Geometry]
    if { [info exists geometry] } {
        if { [string match "+*" $geometry] } {
            regexp "\[^\\+\]*" $tki(geometry) dummy
            set tki(geometry) $dummy$geometry
        } else {
            set tki(geometry) $geometry
        }
    }

    set tki(linklook)		[option get . linklook Linklook]
    set tki(linklookColor)	[option get . linkcolor Linkcolor]
    set tki(linklookFont)	[option get . linkfont Linkfont]
    set tki(highlight)		[option get . highlight Highlight]
    set tki(highlightColor)	[option get . highlightcolor Highlightcolor]
    set tki(highlightFont)	[option get . highlightfont Highlightfont]
    set tki(searchlook)		[option get . searchlook Searchlook]
    set tki(searchColor)	[option get . searchcolor Searchcolor]
    set tki(searchFont)		[option get . searchfont Searchfont]
    set tki(linkCursor)		[option get . linkcursor Linkcursor]
    set tki(normCursor)		[option get . normcursor Normcursor]
    set tki(waitCursor)		[option get . waitcursor Waitcursor]
    set tki(handCursor)         [option get . handcursor Handcursor]
    set tki(balloonBackground)  [option get . balloonbackground Balloonbackground]
    set tki(balloonDelay)       [option get . balloondelay Balloondelay]

    tkiBalloonInit

    set tki(windows)		""
    set tki(breakBindings) 0
    set tki(curWindow)		""
    set tki(lastDir)            ""

    if [info exist env(INFOSUFFIX)] {
	set tki(infoSuffix) [split $env(INFOSUFFIX) ":"]
    } else {
	set tki(infoSuffix) $defInfoSuffix
    }

    if [info exist env(INFOPATH)] {
      tkiAddInfoPaths [split $env(INFOPATH) ":"]
    } else {
      tkiAddInfoPaths $defInfoPath
    }

    _tkiNodeParseInit
    rename _tkiNodeParseInit ""

    _tkiBuiltinFile
    rename _tkiBuiltinFile ""

    trace var tki(rawHeadersB) w "_tkiTraceOptionsCB"
    trace var tki(showDirB) w "_tkiTraceOptionsCB"
    trace var tki(pageSepB) w "_tkiTraceOptionsCB"
    trace var tki(showButtonsB) w "_tkiTraceOptionsCB"
    trace var tki(linklook) w "_tkiTraceOptionsCB"
}

proc _tkiTraceOptionsCB { n1 n2 op } {
    tkiWinRefreshAll
}

proc tkiUninit { } {
    global tki
    # Must destroy all existing windows so that there is no trace
    # on anything in $tki.  Note that the "Options" menu does direct
    # traces on stuff in tki.
    catch {eval destroy $tki(windows)}
    catch {unset tki}
}

proc tkiReset { } {
    global tk_version
        
    if { [info exists tk_version]} {
        tkiUninit
        tkiInit
    }
}

proc tkiStatus { msg {w ""} {permanent 1}} {
    global tki
    if { $w == "" } {
        set w $tki(curWindow)
    }
    if { $w == "" } {
        puts stdout "tkInfo: $msg"
    } else {
        upvar #0 $w wvars
        if { $permanent == 1} {
            set wvars(oldStatus) $msg
        }
        set wvars(statusPermanent) $permanent
        $w.s.status conf -text $msg
	# idletasks should be sufficient, but the geometry management
	# apparently needs some X-events to make the redisplay occur
	#update
        update idletasks
    }
}
proc tkiStatusUpdate { w } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    if {$wvars(statusPermanent) == 1} { return }
    set wvars(statusPermanent) 1
    $w.s.status conf -text $wvars(oldStatus)
}
proc tkiScrollUpdate { w } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    set wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) 0
    set wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) 0
}
proc tkiWarning { msg } {
    # Warnings always go to stderr
    puts stderr "tkInfo Warning: $msg"
}
proc tkiFileWarning { fileSpec msg } {
    global tki
    if [info exist tki(fileinfo-$fileSpec)] {
	set fileSpec [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileSpec) 2]
    }
    tkiWarning "$fileSpec: $msg"
}
proc tkiError { msg } {
    global tki
    if { $tki(curWindow) == "" } {
        puts stdout "tkInfo Error: $msg"
    } else {
	set infowin $tki(curWindow)
	upvar #0 $infowin wvars
        $infowin conf -cursor  $tki(normCursor)
        $infowin.main.text conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
        tkiBell
        tkiStatus "Error: $msg" $infowin 0
    }
}

#
# This is complicated by the fact that "time" doesn't provide access to
# the return value.  Thus "cnt" is used as follows:
#	0 ==> Do once for timing, and repeat for return value (no side-affects)
#	1 ==> Do once for timing&side-affects, empty return value
#
proc tkiTimeStatus { msg cnt args } {
    global tki
    if { $tki(timestatusB) } {
	puts stdout "tkInfo time: $msg [lindex [time $args] 0] microseconds"
	if { $cnt == 0 } {
	    return [eval $args]
	} else {
	    return ""
	}
    } else {
	return [eval $args]
    }
}

# _tkiLoadAppDefaults classNameList ?priority?
#   Searches for the app-default files corresponding to classNames in
#   the order specified by X Toolkit Intrinsics (R5), and loads them with
#   the priority specified (default: startupFile). From the Tcl FAQ.
#
# Modified by Tomas Pospisek <tpo_deb@sourcepole.ch>:
#
# 1. use Debian specific system wide app-defaults path under /etc/X11
# 2. remove "lang" - I haven't ever seen paths that contain a "lang" specific part
#
proc _tkiLoadAppDefaults {classNameList {priority startupFile}} {
  set filepath "\
                /etc/X11/app-defaults \
                [split [_tkiEnvVal XFILESEARCHPATH] :] \
                [_tkiEnvVal XAPPLRESDIR]$ \
                [split [_tkiEnvVal XUSERFILESEARCHPATH] :] \
                "
  foreach i $classNameList {
    foreach j $filepath {
      if {[file exists $j/$i]} {
        option readfile $j/$i $priority;
      }
    }
  }
}

# _tkiEnvVal varName
#   Looks up the environment variable named $varName and returns its value
#   OR {} if it does not exist
proc _tkiEnvVal varName {
    global env
    if {[info exists env($varName)]} { return $env($varName) }
}

#
# This proc is called once during initialization, and then destroyed.
# (It is destroyed to save memory).
# Currently we fake all the appropriate table entires to create a "builtin"
# file.  It might be easier, however, to just pass one large text string
# into the parser and have it be dealt with like any other file.
#

proc _tkiBuiltinFile { } {
    global tki tki_help_usage tki_roadmap tki_version tki_custom

    set fileKey			builtin
    set tki(fileKeys-$fileKey)	[list $fileKey]
    set tki(fileinfo-$fileKey)	[list $fileKey $fileKey $fileKey ""]
    set tki(incore-$fileKey)	1
    set tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) ""
    set tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) ""


    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey "
File: builtin, Node: Top, Up: (dir)Top, Next: About

TkInfo
======

TkInfo is a browser for files in the info documentation format, such
as the very file you are reading right now. If you need help on using
tkInfo, try selecting \"Quick Help\" or \"Info\" below. Select an item
by moving the mouse over the highlighted text and pressing the left or
middle mouse button.

* Menu:

* About::         Which version of tkInfo you use, who wrote it, and when.
* Info::          The structure of Info files.
* Quick Help::    What the keys and mouse buttons do.
* Usage Tips::    How to use tkInfo efficiently.
* Command Line::  Telling tkInfo where to search for info files, and more.
* Customization:: Changing tkInfo's window size, fonts, and default behaviors.
* Source::        Hacking on tkInfo and embedding it into other programs.
* Copyright::     TkInfo is free. See here for more information.
"

#VERSION README
    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey "
File: builtin, Node: About, Up: Top, Next: Info, Prev: Top

About tkInfo
============

This is tkInfo version $tki_version, built on \$Date: 2004/03/22 23:53:57 $.
TkInfo is a browser for documentation in the info file format.

The versions of tkInfo up to 0.7-beta were written by Kennard White
(kennard@ohm.eecs.Berkeley.EDU).  You can obtain the tkInfo
distribution up to version 0.7-beta by anonymous ftp from:

	ftp://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/pub/misc

Axel Boldt (axelboldt@yahoo.com) adapted tkInfo in 1997 for newer
tcl/tk versions and added some features. The versions 0.8 and later
can be gotten from http://math-www.uni-paderborn.de/~axel/tkinfo/

Version 2.6 is needed for Tcl/Tk 8.4 and higher.

Please report any and all problems, fixes, and suggestions to 
axelboldt@yahoo.com.

TkInfo may be freely modified and distributed; for details, *note 
Copyright::. 


RCS: \$Id: tkinfo,v 1.97 2004/03/22 23:53:57 axel Exp $
    "

    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey {
File: builtin, Node: Info, Up: Top, Prev: About, Next: Quick Help

Info Files
==========


tkInfo is a browser for "info" files, a file format that supports a
robust hypertext system which is ideal for on-line help.  

Each info file consists of several "nodes", units of information that
can contain crossreferences to other nodes. TkInfo displays one node
per window at a time, and highlights the crossreferences.

The entry point and top most node of an info file is usually called
"Top" and contains the table of contents for the info file. Many
nodes, including Top, contain menus pointing to subnodes, thus
creating a tree of nodes. The subnodes specify their parent as their
"up node". Furthermore, most nodes specify a "next node" and a
"previous node" on the same level, and this yields a convenient way to
traverse the tree.

The top-level info file is called "dir" and contains only a single
node "Top" which is a directory listing all the other info files on
your system. This is where tkInfo starts out by default.

GNU programs such as the editor emacs, the compiler gcc and the shell
bash are documented in the texinfo format, which can be transformed
into info files using the makeinfo program. It is also possible to
print out high quality hardcopies from texinfo sources via the TeX
system.

}

    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey {
File: builtin, Node: Quick Help, Up: Top, Prev: Info, Next: Usage Tips

tkInfo Quick Help
=================

The name of the current info node is given in the bottom left. Links
to other nodes are highlighted.


Mouse operations
----------------

Left click on link or button    Show node in current window.
Middle click on link or button  Show node in new window.
Middle button drag              Scroll.
Right click on link or button   Show node in new window; future right clicks in
                                current window will send output to that window.
Right click elsewhere           Pop up menu with often used commands.


Displaying other nodes
----------------------

n       Move to the "next" node of this node.
p       Move to the "previous" node of this node.
u       Move "up" from this node.
l       Move back to the "last" node you were at, stack based.
t       Move to current info file's "top" node, with the table of contents.
d       Move to the "directory" node which lists all installed info files.
],[     Move to logical successor (resp. predecessor) of this node.
1-9     Move to first, second, etc, item in node's menu and show in current
Tab     Mark next link. Shift-Tab marks previous link.
Enter   Move to marked link. Ctrl-Enter shows node in new window.
        window. Ctrl-1 - Ctrl-9 shows node in a new window.
m,f     Enter beginning of a menu entry (resp. crossreference) to move to.
        If several links match, then the first currently visible one wins. 
        Case does not matter. Crsr-Up recalls previous inputs. 
g,(     Enter file or node name to move to. Crsr-Up recalls previous inputs.
        Syntax: NODENAME or (FILENAME) or (FILENAME)NODENAME


Searching
---------

i       Look up a substring in current info file's indices and node names.
,       Continue previous index lookup.
s,/     Search for text in current file literally (resp. by grep-style
        regular expression, using the special characters .*+?^$[]()|\ ).
        At the end of the file, search will wrap around to the beginning.
        Ctrl-g aborts; Crsr-Up recalls previous search strings.
Ctrl-s  Continue previous search forward.
r,\     Search backwards, literally resp. by regular expression.
Ctrl-r  Continue previous search backward.


Scrolling
---------

b, HOME, <			Jump to the beginning of the node.
e, END,  >			Jump to the end of the node.
SPACE, Ctrl-f, Ctrl-v, PgDn	Scroll down one page. If at end of node,
                                jump to logical successor node.
DEL, Ctrl-b, Alt-v, PgUp        Scroll up one page. If at beginning
                                of node, jump to logical predecessor node.
Crsr DOWN, j, Ctrl-n		Scroll down one line.
Crsr UP, k, Ctrl-p		Scroll up one line.
Ctrl-m				Jump to beginning of current node's menu.


Miscellaneous
-------------

?       Show this quick help message.
h       Show builtin tkinfo documentation.
M       Show manual page using tkman.  Uses selection or prompts.
A       Show unix apropos using tkman. Uses selection or prompts.
!       Issue tcl command, results printed on stdout.
c       Close the current window.
q       Quit the tkInfo program.

You can access a menu from the menubar by holding down ALT and pressing 
the underlined letter. Get rid of posted menus with ESC.


Type "u" now in order to go up from this node and obtain more
information on tkInfo and the info system in general, or type "n" to
go to the next node with usage tips for tkInfo, or close this help
window with "c".
    }


    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey {
File: builtin, Node: Usage Tips, Up: Top, Prev: Quick Help, Next: Command Line

Usage Tips for TkInfo
=====================


Next, Previous, Last and Back
-----------------------------

The most important thing to understand is the function of the "Next"
and "Previous" buttons. They have nothing to do with netscape's "Back"
and "Forward" buttons. Rather, every info node specifies a "next node"
and a "previous node" in its first line, and the "Next" and "Previous"
buttons simply jump there. Most info files are organized in such a
fashion that the next node is on the same hierarchical level as the
current one, so that all menu entries of the current node are skipped
when you click on "Next". Think of nodes as pages of a book: "Next"
jumps from one section's title page to the next section's title page
(which need not be the immediately following page). That's why
continually hitting "Next" will generally NOT visit all the nodes of
an info file in order. If you want to do that, simply keep hitting
Space, or choose "Logical Successor" from the popup menu that's bound
to the right mouse button.

If you want to go to wherever you were before, use the "Last" button
or the History menu. This is the functional equivalent to netscape's
"Back".


Redirection Windows
-------------------

If you do not want to visit all nodes in order, you have to navigate
through the menus by clicking on entries. This can become confusing,
unless you make use of the middle and right mouse buttons. Clicking on
a link with the middle button will bring up that node in a new
window. This comes handy when you quickly want to check out a cross
reference that would only distract if brought up in the main window.

Clicking on a link with the right button creates a "redirection
window" for the current window and displays the node there. If you
continue to use the right button in the current window, the output
will also be sent to that redirection window. Every window (even
redirection windows) can have one redirection window associated with
them in this manner. This is nice because it avoids too many tkinfo
windows cluttering up your desktop and it is useful when browsing
through large menus: I usually keep the menu visible in one main
window and explore the interesting menu entries in its redirection
window, which I place right next to the main window.


Top and Dir
-----------

"Top" is the topmost node of the current info file and will usually
contain the table of contents. The "Top" nodes of bigger info files
often contain a detailed node listing following the menu of immediate
subnodes. This way, you can access every node of the info file with a
single click and there's no need to navigate the hierarchy at all.

"Dir" is the toplevel info file which contains a listing and short
description of all the installed info files on the system. Some
systems have several Dir files because they store their info files in
several directories; if tkInfo knows about these, they will show up
under the Directories Menu entry.


Working quickly, with and without the mouse
-------------------------------------------

Don't forget that you can scroll the current window by dragging with
the middle button. I think this is more comfortable than using the
scrollbar. The mouse bindings are designed so that most functions of
the program can be used easily with one hand on the mouse, and without
much need for the other hand or for mouse movements (right-click
brings up a popup menu).

If you are more of a keyboard person, get used to TAB, Shift-Tab, and
RET to walk through a menu and to select a link. Also, selecting the
forth menu entry for instance is most quickly done by simply hitting
`4'.

If you like working efficiently, you should try TkMan for reading unix
manpages.


Searching
---------

When prompted for a string in the input box below, remember that you
can recall the previous inputs with the cursor UP key. If a search
takes too long, you can interrupt it with Ctrl-g. The search will
start at the beginning of the current node and will wrap around to the
beginning of the info file if you continue to hit Ctrl-s. You can
always jump back to the last match with Ctrl-r.

Instead of doing a full-text search of the whole info file with `s',
it's usually better to start with an index lookup (`i'), which will
try to locate the term in the index nodes and then jump to the
relevant nodes explaining the term. If you want to browse through the
full index, hit `i RET'.


Printing
--------

If you feel the urge to print out an info file, don't. Rather, get
your hands on the corresponding texinfo source and print that one
using the TeX system. The output is much prettier. Info files are not
meant to be printed, and that's why tkInfo doesn't have a print
option.


Info Tutorial
-------------

There is a GNU program called "info" that is similar to tkInfo, but
completely text based.  A tutorial info file written for this program
is available on most systems.  This tutorial is useful if you want to
learn tkInfo's accelerator keys, since the keybindings of tkInfo and
info are almost identical. It will also tell you more about info files
in general. To see this tutorial, select the menu entry below.

* Menu:
* Plain Info Tutorial: (info)Help.
    }

    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey "
File: builtin, Node: Command Line, Up: Top, Next: Customization, Prev: Usage Tips
$tki_help_usage"

    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey "
File: builtin, Node: Customization, Up: Top, Next: Source, Prev: Command Line
$tki_custom"

    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey "
File: builtin, Node: Source, Up: Top, Next: Copyright, Prev: Customization
$tki_roadmap"

#README
    tkiFileParseNode $fileKey {
File: builtin, Node: Copyright, Up: Top, Prev: Source

TkInfo's Copyright
==================

This copyright applies to the tkInfo system only.  If tkInfo is
embedded within a larger system, that system will most likely have
a different copyright.

Sorry this is so long.  Basically, do whatever you want with this
software, just don't sue me and don't pretend you wrote it -- kennard.

The parts I added are Copyright (c) 1997-2004 Axel Boldt and are covered 
by the same license below -- Axel.

Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.

Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without
license or royalty fees, to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software and its documentation for any purpose, provided that the above
copyright notice and the following two paragraphs appear in all copies
of this software.

IN NO EVENT SHALL THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY 
FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES 
ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF 
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF 
SUCH DAMAGE.

THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE SOFTWARE
PROVIDED HEREUNDER IS ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA HAS NO OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES,
ENHANCEMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS.
    }

# Does this save memory? Who knows, it can't hurt.
set tki_custom ""
set tki_roadmap ""

}


#
# Do stand-alone help window
# The -node option is for compatibility to the info program only.
#

proc tkiInfoWindow { args } {
    global  tki_help_usage tki tk_version

    set w ""
    set nodeSpec ""
    set fileSpec ""
    set fileSpec2 ""
    set dirList ""
    set linklook ""
    set highlight ""
    set searchlook ""
    set headersB -1
    set buttonsB -1
    set balloonsB -1
    set scrollthroughB -1
    set showDirB -1
    set pageSepB -1
    set help -1
    set initialIconic -1
    set opt_list { 
        { "window" w } 
        { "dir" dirList append } 
        { "file" fileSpec }
        { "headers" headersB bool }
        { "buttons" buttonsB bool }
        { "balloons" balloonsB bool }
        { "help" help bool }
        { "h" help bool }
        { "-help" help bool }
        { "iconic" initialIconic bool }
        { "scrollthrough" scrollthroughB bool }
        { "showdir" showDirB bool }
        { "pagesep" pageSepB bool }
        { "linklook" linklook }
        { "searchlook" searchlook }
        { "highlight" highlight }
        { "infofile" fileSpec2 }
        { "node" nodeSpec append }
    }

    set args [topgetopt $opt_list $args]

    if { $help != -1 } {puts $tki_help_usage; exit}
    set tki_help_usage ""

    if { ![info exists tk_version] } {
        puts "TkInfo needs the X Window system."
        exit
    }

    if { ![info exist tki] } { tkiInit }

    if { $dirList != "" } {
        tkiAddInfoPaths $dirList
    }
    
    if { $linklook != "" }	{ set tki(linklook) $linklook }
    if { $searchlook != "" }	{ set tki(searchlook) $searchlook }
    if { $highlight != "" }	{ set tki(highlight) $highlight }
    if { $initialIconic != -1 } { set tki(iconic) $initialIconic }
    if { $headersB != -1 }	{ set tki(rawHeadersB) $headersB }
    if { $buttonsB != -1 }	{ set tki(showButtonsB) $buttonsB }
    if { $balloonsB != -1 }     { set tki(showBalloonsB) $balloonsB }
    if { $scrollthroughB != -1 } { set tki(scrollThroughB) $scrollthroughB }
    if { $showDirB != -1 }      { set tki(showDirB) $showDirB }
    if { $pageSepB != -1 }      { set tki(pageSepB) $pageSepB }
    if { $fileSpec == "" }	{ set fileSpec $fileSpec2 }

    if { $args != "" } {
	eval lappend nodeSpec $args
    }
    if { [llength $nodeSpec] > 1 } {
	error "tkiInfoWindow: Only one node may be specified"
    } 
    set nodeSpec [lindex $nodeSpec 0]
    if { [tkiFileIsAbsolute $fileSpec] } {
            tkiAddInfoPaths [file dirname $fileSpec]
    }

    set result [tkiWinShow $nodeSpec $fileSpec $w]
    set noderef [lindex $result 0]
    set win [lindex $result 1]
    if {$noderef == ""} {
        tkiWinShow {(builtin)Top} {} $win
        tkiStatus "Error: requested info file not found. Showing tkinfo docs instead." $win 0
    } else {
        tkiStatus "Welcome to tkInfo!    Hit `?' for help." $win 0
    }
    return ""
}

#
# We are operating in one of two modes:
#   1)  Stand-alone.  Popup an initial window, filling it according to argv.
#	Kill the stupid "." window.
#   2)	Embedded within a larger application.  Don't do anything automatically;
#	instead, let that application's startup script handle things.
#
# We are operating in embedded mode iff the global tkiEmbed exists.
#

proc tkiBoot { } {
    global argv tki tkiEmbed tk_version

    if { [info exists tkiEmbed] } return

    # We need the following 'if' only for the -help command line option;
    # apparently, Tk is not loaded if -help is given to wish...
    if { [info exists tk_version]} {
        wm withdraw .
    }
#    if { [lindex $argv 0] != "" && [file isfile [lindex $argv 0]] } {
#	# Some wishs pass the filename as argv[0].  Kill it off.
#	set argv [lreplace $argv 0 0]
#    }
     
    eval tkiInfoWindow $argv
}

##########################################################################
# The following material was formerly contained in the file tkiwin.tcl
#
#  In the function names below, I use the abbreviations:
#  	Show	Display a node specified by a nodeSpec and optional fileSpec.
#  		This provides the external interface, and requires
#  		processing by the tkicore functions to retrieve the
#  		actual data for display.
#  	Dpy	Display a node specified by a fileKey and an internal
#  		representation of the node.  This is an internal interface.
#



#
# Support calling a running tkman (or starting one up). Adapted from
# remote.tcl that comes with tkman. This supports both regular man pages
# and apropos searches (if $apropos == 1).
#

proc _tkiWinManPage { w manpage {apropos 0}} {
   global tki
 
   if {[set found [lsearch [winfo interps] tkman*]]==-1} {
      # if TkMan doesn't already exist, start one up
      if {[catch {exec tkman &}]} {tkiError "Tkman cannot be started"; return}

      # wait for it to be registered
      for {set found -1} {$found==-1} {after 200} {
         set found [lsearch [winfo interps] tkman*]
      }
      
      # check whether server is secure
      catch {send tkman set manx(init)} error
      if {[string match "*insecure*" $error]} {
          tkiError \
"Cannot communicate with tkman:
X server is insecure.
Use xauth or xdm."
          return
      }
      
      # wait for it to initialize
      for {set ready 0} {!$ready} {after 200} {
         catch {if {[send tkman set manx(init)]=="1"} {set ready 1}}
      }
   }
   set tkman [lindex [winfo interps] $found]

   # .man is the main window, guaranteed to exist
   send $tkman raise .man
   if { $apropos } {
       send $tkman manApropos $manpage
   } else {
       send $tkman manShowMan $manpage
   }

   return
}

#
# Various functions for manipulating the "prompting" window.  This
# is the entry widget at the bottom of the info window used for entering
# node names and search text.
#

#
# Create the prompt window, and enter the text "extra" into it.
#
proc _tkiWinPromptMap { w mode promptstring {extra ""} } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    set wvars(promptmode) $mode
    set wvars(promptHistoryIdx) -1
    set dd $w.s
    $dd.input delete 0 end
    $dd.input insert end $extra
    $dd.filename conf -text $promptstring
    pack forget $dd.status
    pack $dd.input -after $dd.filename -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    switch $mode {
        search {
            pack $dd.regexp -after $dd.input -side left -fill y
            pack $dd.case -after $dd.regexp -side left -fill y
            pack $dd.back -after $dd.case -side left -fill y
        }
        manual {
            pack $dd.man -after $dd.input -side left -fill y
            pack $dd.apropos -after $dd.man -side left -fill y
        }
    }
    focus $dd.input
}
#
# Unmap the prompt window.
#
proc _tkiWinPromptUnmap { w } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    if { $wvars(promptmode) != "" } {
        set wvars(promptmode) ""
        set dd $w.s
        focus $w.main.text
        pack forget $dd.input
        pack forget $dd.regexp
        pack forget $dd.case
        pack forget $dd.back
        pack forget $dd.apropos
        pack forget $dd.man

        pack $dd.status -after $dd.filename -side left -fill x -expand 1
        $dd.filename conf -text $wvars(nodeSpec)
    }
}

#
# add the specified text to the history list of the prompt window.
# Make sure that prompt history list contains no doubles and doesn't grow
# to long.
# Do nothing if text is empty. 
#

proc _tkiWinPromptHistoryAdd { w text mode } {
    global tki
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    if { $text == "" } {
        return
    }

    set wvars(promptHistory) [linsert $wvars(promptHistory) 0 [list $mode $text]]
    for {set idx 1} {$idx < [llength $wvars(promptHistory)]} {incr idx} {
        if {[lindex $wvars(promptHistory) $idx] == [list $mode $text]} {
            set wvars(promptHistory) [lreplace $wvars(promptHistory) $idx $idx]
            break
        }
    }
    if { [llength $wvars(promptHistory)] == $tki(promptHistoryLength) } {
        set wvars(promptHistory) [lreplace $wvars(promptHistory) end end]
    }
}

#
# scroll the text in the prompt window according to the prompt history list.
#

proc _tkiWinPromptScroll { w dir } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    if { $dir == "up" } {
        set length [llength $wvars(promptHistory)]
        for { set idx [expr $wvars(promptHistoryIdx) + 1] } { $idx < $length } {incr idx} {
            set entry [lindex $wvars(promptHistory) $idx]
            if { [lindex $entry 0] == $wvars(promptmode) } {
                set wvars(promptHistoryIdx) $idx
                $w.s.input del 0 end
                $w.s.input insert end [lindex $entry 1]
                return
            }
        }
    } else {
        for { set idx [expr $wvars(promptHistoryIdx) - 1] } { $idx >= 0 } { incr idx -1} {
            set entry [lindex $wvars(promptHistory) $idx]
            if { [lindex $entry 0] == $wvars(promptmode) } {
                set wvars(promptHistoryIdx) $idx
                $w.s.input del 0 end
                $w.s.input insert end [lindex $entry 1]
                return
            }
        }
        set wvars(promptHistoryIdx) -1
        $w.s.input del 0 end
    }
}           


#
# This is called when <Return> is pressed in the "goto" text window.
# We could either be in a goto-node command, or a search, or an 
# exec-tcl, or an indexlookup, or a manual command.
# We take the appropriate action and cleanup.
#

proc _tkiWinPromptOk { w } {
    global tki
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    set dd $w.s
    set input [$dd.input get]
    if { $wvars(promptmode) != "search" && $wvars(promptmode) != "indexlookup" } {
        set input [string trim $input]
    }
    if { $input == ""} {
        if { $wvars(promptmode) == "search"} {
            set tki(curWindow) $w
            _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
            if { $wvars(searchBackB) == "1" } {
                _tkiWinAction $w search backIncr
            } else {
                _tkiWinAction $w search forwIncr
            }
            return
        } elseif { $wvars(promptmode) != "indexlookup" } {
            _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
            return
        }
    }
    _tkiWinPromptHistoryAdd $w $input $wvars(promptmode) 
    set tw $w.main.text
    $tw conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
    $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
    switch $wvars(promptmode) {
      search {
          set tki(curWindow) $w
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          if { $wvars(searchBackB) } {
              set cnt [searchboxSearchBackw $input $wvars(searchRegexpB) \
                        $wvars(searchCaseB) searchkey $w]
          } else {
              set cnt [searchboxSearch $input $wvars(searchRegexpB) \
                        $wvars(searchCaseB) searchkey $w]
          }
          set wvars(searchStr) $input
      }
      goto {
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          set result [tkiWinShow $input $wvars(fileKey) $w]
          if { [lindex $result 0] == "" } {
              set wvars(gotoStr) $input
          } else {
              set wvars(gotoStr) ""
          }
      }
      indexlookup {
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          set infoFileKey $tki(infoFileKey-$wvars(fileKey))
          _tkiIndexEntries $w $wvars(fileKey) $infoFileKey $input
          if { $wvars(indexEntries) == "" } {
              if {$input == ""} {
                  tkiStatus "No index in this info file." $w 1
              } else {
                  tkiStatus "No index entries contain \"$input\"." $w 1
              }
          } else {
              _tkiWinAction $w indexnext
          }
      }
      tclcmd {
        if [catch {uplevel #0 $input} error] {
            puts stdout "Error: $error"
        } else {
            puts stdout [expr { $error == "" ? "Ok" : "$error" }]
        }
        _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
      }
      manual {
          set tki(curWindow) $w
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          if { $wvars(manB) } {
              _tkiWinManPage $w $input
          } else {
              _tkiWinManPage $w $input 1
          }
      }
      menu {
          set toNode [_tkiFindRef $w $input 0]
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          if { $toNode == ""} {
              tkiStatus "No such menu entry!" $w 0
          } else {
              tkiWinShow $toNode $wvars(fileKey) $w
          }
      }
      xref {
          set toNode [_tkiFindRef $w $input 1]
          _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
          if { $toNode == ""} {
              tkiStatus "No such crossreference!" $w 0
          } else {
              tkiWinShow $toNode $wvars(fileKey) $w
          }
      }
    }
    $tw conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    $w conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
}

proc _tkiWinPromptAbort { w } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
}

#
# This updates the global $tki(geometry) variable to the size of the
# specified window.
#

proc _tkiWinGetGeom { w } {
  global tki
  scan [wm geometry [winfo toplevel $w]] "%dx%d+%s"  x y leftover
  set tki(geometry) "${x}x$y"
}

#
# returns the indices of the first visible character and the last
# visible character of the text widget $tw. Furthermore, it is
# determined if the first and last lines are wrapped.
#
proc _tkiWinVisibleInfo { tw } {
    set topindex [$tw index @0,0]
    if {[$tw bbox "$topindex linestart"] == "" } {
        set firstiswrapped 1
    } else {
        set firstiswrapped 0
    }
    scan [wm geometry [winfo toplevel $tw]] "%dx%d+%s"  columns lines leftover
    #This is so complicated because of possible wrapping.
    set charactergeom [$tw bbox $topindex]
    set xmiddlefirst [expr [lindex $charactergeom 0] +2]
    set ymiddlefirst [expr [lindex $charactergeom 1] +2]
    set characterheight [lindex $charactergeom 3]
    
    set lastindex [$tw index "@${xmiddlefirst},[expr $ymiddlefirst + ($lines - 1) * $characterheight]"]
    if {[$tw bbox "$lastindex lineend"] != ""} {
        set lastiswrapped 0
        set lastonpageindex [$tw index "$lastindex lineend"]
    } else {
        set lastlineinfo [$tw dlineinfo $lastindex]
        if {$lastlineinfo == ""} {
            tkiError "Couldn't scan text widget information correctly."
            return
        }
        scan $lastlineinfo "%d %d %d %s" x y width leftover
        set lastonpageindex [$tw index "@[expr $x+$width -2],[expr $y+2]"]
        set lastiswrapped 1
    }
    return [list $topindex $lastonpageindex $firstiswrapped $lastiswrapped $columns $lines]
}

#
# Add information about currently displayed node to the end of
# wvars(lastNodes), but only if it is different from
# (oldinfo,oldfileKey).  Return the result.
#

proc _tkiLastInfo { w oldinfo oldfileKey} {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    set result $wvars(lastNodes)

    if { $wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) == 1 } {
        set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 0
        return $result
    }
        
    if { $wvars(fileKey) == "" } {
        return $result
    }
    
    # We don't want doubles
    if { $wvars(fileKey) == $oldfileKey && $wvars(nodeinfo) == $oldinfo } {
        return $result
    }

    # Get topline
    set topline [$w.main.text index @0,0]

    lappend result [list $wvars(fileKey) [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1] $topline $wvars(cursorInfo)]
    return $result
}

#
# Return the node in the current node's menu whose label starts with 
# $labelstart. We assume that the current node has a menu resp. 
# crossreferences. If there are more than one matching node, the first 
# currently visible one wins. Case does not matter.
# If xref is 1, look for crossreferences instead.
# Returns "" if nothing can be found.
#

proc _tkiFindRef { w labelstart xref } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    if {$xref == 1} {
        set nodeIdx 1
        set labelIdx 4
        set indexIdx 0
        set listvar "xrefinfo"
        set type "xref"
    } else {
        set nodeIdx 2
        set labelIdx 5
        set indexIdx 1
        set listvar "menuinfo"
        set type "menu"
    }
    set labelstart [string tolower $labelstart]
    set found ""
    foreach mi $wvars($listvar) {
        set label [lindex $mi $labelIdx]
        set label [string tolower $label]
        if { [string first $labelstart $label] == 0 } {
            lappend found $mi
        }
    }
    if { $found != "" } {
        set tw $w.main.text
        set geom [_tkiWinVisibleInfo $tw]
        set top [lindex $geom 0]
        set bottom [lindex $geom 1]
        foreach mi $found {
            # Now determine whether this element is currently visible.
            if {$xref == 0} {
                set currentindex [$w.main.text index "menu.first + [lindex $mi 0] lines - 2 lines"]
            } else {
                set currentindex [$w.main.text index "1.0 + [lindex $mi 2] c"]
            }
            if { [$tw compare $currentindex > $bottom] } {
                break
            } else {
                if { [$tw compare $currentindex >= $top] } {
                    tkiSetCursor $w [list $type [lindex $mi $indexIdx]]
                    return [lindex $mi $nodeIdx]
                }
            }   
        }
        # none is visible; return first one.
        set entry [lindex $found 0]
        tkiSetCursor $w [list $type [lindex $entry $indexIdx]]
        return [lindex $entry $nodeIdx]
    }
    return ""
}

#
# Perform various actions on the info window.  
# Note that if the action requires prompting (searching or goto-node)
# then we have to play with the focus.  This can badly interact with
# the focus games played when unmapping popup menus, so the "idle"
# option should be used when called from a menu.
# (I don't know what this is about --A.B.)
#

proc _tkiWinAction { w args } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    global tki

    set arg0 [lindex $args 0]
    set arg1 [lindex $args 1]

    _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
    tkiStatusUpdate $w
    if {$arg0 != "scroll" && $arg0 != "nextlink"} {
        tkiScrollUpdate $w
    }

    set toNode ""
    set toFile $wvars(fileKey) 
    set toWindow $w

    case $arg0 {
        idle {
            after 1 _tkiWinAction $w [lrange $args 1 end]
            return
        }
        quit {
            catch {unset wvars}
            catch {destroy $w}
            # XXX: !!This is a major hack!!
            global tkiEmbed
            if { ![info exist tkiEmbed] && [winfo children .] == "" } {
                destroy .
            }
            return
        }
        goto {
            _tkiWinPromptMap $w goto "Go to (FILE) or NODE:" $arg1
            return
        }
        tclcmd {
            _tkiWinPromptMap $w tclcmd "Tcl cmd:" $arg1
            return
        }
        search {
            case $arg1 {
                "forwIncr" {
                    if {$wvars(inSearch) == 0} {
                        tkiStatus "No search to continue. Hit `s' to start one." $w 0
                    } else {
                        set tki(curWindow) $w
                        if {[searchboxNext searchkey $w]==-1} {
                            _tkiSearchFileForw $w $wvars(searchStr) $wvars(searchRegexpB) $wvars(searchCaseB) 1
                        }
                    }
                }
                "backIncr" {
                    if {$wvars(inSearch) == 0} {
                        tkiStatus "No search to continue. Hit `r' to start one." $w 0
                    } else {
                        set tki(curWindow) $w
                        if {[searchboxPrev searchkey $w]==-1} {
                            _tkiSearchFileBackw $w $wvars(searchStr) $wvars(searchRegexpB) $wvars(searchCaseB) 1
                        }
                    }
                }
                "forwRegexp" {
                    set wvars(searchRegexpB) 1
                    set wvars(searchBackB) 0
                    _tkiWinPromptMap $w search "Search:"
                }
                "forwExact" {
                    set wvars(searchRegexpB) 0
                    set wvars(searchBackB) 0
                    _tkiWinPromptMap $w search "Search:"
                }
                "backExact" {
                    set wvars(searchRegexpB) 0
                    set wvars(searchBackB) 1
                    _tkiWinPromptMap $w search "Search:"
                }
                "backRegexp" {
                    set wvars(searchRegexpB) 1
                    set wvars(searchBackB) 1
                    _tkiWinPromptMap $w search "Search:"
                }
            }
            return
        }
        indexlookup {
            _tkiWinPromptMap $w indexlookup "Index lookup (RET jumps to Index):"
            return
        }
        indexnext {
            set infoFileKey $tki(infoFileKey-$wvars(fileKey))
            if { $wvars(indexInfoFileKey) != $infoFileKey } {
                tkiStatus "No index lookup to continue. Hit `i' to start one." $w 0
                return
            }
            set number [expr [llength $wvars(indexEntries)] - $wvars(indexEntriesIndex) - 1]
            if { $number < 0 } {
                tkiStatus "No more index matches. Hit `i' to start new lookup." $w 0
            } else {
                set toNode [lindex [lindex $wvars(indexEntries) $wvars(indexEntriesIndex)] 0]
                if {[lindex [tkiWinShow $toNode $wvars(fileKey) $w] 0]!=""} {
                    TextSearch $w.main.text $wvars(indexString) searchkey 0
                    searchboxNext searchkey $w 0.0
                    if { $number == 1 } {
                        tkiStatus "Found \"[lindex [lindex $wvars(indexEntries) $wvars(indexEntriesIndex)] 1]\". Hit `,' for 1 more index match." $w 1
                    } elseif { $number > 1 } {
                        tkiStatus "Found \"[lindex [lindex $wvars(indexEntries) $wvars(indexEntriesIndex)] 1]\". Hit `,' for $number more index matches." $w 1
                    } else {
                        tkiStatus "Found \"[lindex [lindex $wvars(indexEntries) $wvars(indexEntriesIndex)] 1]\". No more index matches." $w 1
                    }
                }
                incr wvars(indexEntriesIndex)
            }
            return
        }
        manual {
            set tki(curWindow) $w
            if {[catch {selection get} manpage] || $manpage == "" } {
                set wvars(manB) [expr { $arg1 != "apropos"}]
                _tkiWinPromptMap $w manual "Unix manual page:"
            } else {
                $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
                $w.main.text conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
                _tkiWinManPage $w $manpage [expr { $arg1 == "apropos"}]
                $w conf -cursor  $tki(normCursor)
                $w.main.text conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
            }
            return
        }
        last {
            set idx [expr { [llength $wvars(lastNodes)] - 1 } ]
            if { $idx >= 0 } {
                set lastinfo [lindex $wvars(lastNodes) $idx]
                set toFile [lindex $lastinfo 0]
                set toNode [lindex $lastinfo 1]
                set topline [lindex $lastinfo 2]
                set cursorInfo [lindex $lastinfo 3]
                set dummy $wvars(lastNodes)
                set wvars(lastNodes) [lreplace $wvars(lastNodes) $idx end]
                if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                    set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 1
                    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $toFile]
                    set wvars(lastNodes) $dummy
                    return
                }
                if { $arg1 == "other" } {
                    set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 1
                    _tkiWinAction $w newwin [list $toNode $toFile]
                    set wvars(lastNodes) $dummy
                    return
                }
                set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 1
                _tkiJumpTo $w $toNode $toFile $topline $cursorInfo
                return
            } else {
                tkiStatus "Can't go back any further." $w 0
                return
            }
        }
        up {
            set toNode [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 3]
            if { $toNode == "" } {
                tkiStatus "This node does not specify an \"up\" node." $w 0
                return
            }
            if { $arg1 == "other" } {
                set toWindow ""
            } else {
                if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $toFile]
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        prev {
            set toNode [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 4]
            if { $toNode == "" } {
                tkiStatus "No previous section. Hit `\[' for predecessor node." $w 0
                return
            }
            if { $arg1 == "other" } {
                set toWindow ""
            } else {
                if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $toFile]
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        next {
            set toNode [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 5]
            if { $toNode == "" } {
                tkiStatus "No next section. Hit `]' for successor node." $w 0
                return
            }
            if { $arg1 == "other" } {
                set toWindow ""
            } else {
                if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $toFile]
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        dir  { 
            if { $arg1 =="" } {
                if { [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 2] != "dir" } {
                    set toNode "(dir)"
                } else {
                    tkiStatus "This is already the dir info file." $w 0
                    return
                }
            } else {
                set toNode "($arg1/dir)"
            }
        }
        otherdir {
            set toNode "(dir)"
            if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $toFile]
                return
            } else {
                set toWindow ""
            }
        }
        top {
            if { $arg1 == "other" } {
                set toWindow ""
                set toNode "Top"
            } else {
                if { $arg1 == "redirect" } {
                    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list Top $toFile]
                    return
                } elseif { [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1] != "Top" } {
                    set toNode "Top"
                } else {
                    tkiStatus "This is already the top node." $w 0
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        nextlink {
            if { [tkiNextLink $w $arg1] == ""} {
                _tkiWinAction $w scroll $arg1
                tkiNextLink $w $arg1
            } else {
                tkiScrollUpdate $w
            }
            return
        }
        followlink {
            set toNode [tkiCursorLink $w]
            if { $toNode == ""} {
                return
            }
            if { $arg1 == "new"} {
                set toWindow ""
            }
        }
        othermenu {
            if { [info exist wvars(menuinfo)] } {
                set menuitem [lindex $wvars(menuinfo) $arg1]
                set toNode [lindex $menuitem 2]
                if { $toNode != "" } {
                    tkiSetCursor $w [list menu $arg1]
                    _tkiWinAction $w newwin [list $toNode $toFile]
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        successor {
            if { $arg1 == "forw" } {
                set toNode [_tkiLogicalNext $w]
                if { $toNode == "" } {
                    tkiStatus "No logical successor node." $w 0
                    return
                }
            } else {
                set toNode [_tkiLogicalPrev $w]
                if { $toNode == "" } {
                    tkiStatus "No logical predecessor node." $w 0
                    return
                }
            }
        }
        newwin {
            set tw $w.main.text
            $tw conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
            $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
            # Information to be passed to the new window:
            _tkiWinGetGeom $tw
            set tki(lastDir) $wvars(lastDir)
            set tki(promptHistory) $wvars(promptHistory)
            if { $arg1 ==""} {
                set tki(lastNodes) $wvars(lastNodes)
                set tki(history) $wvars(history)
                tkiWinShow [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1] $wvars(fileKey)
            } else {
                set tki(lastNodes) [_tkiLastInfo $w "" ""]
                set tki(history) [_tkiWinHistoryAdd $w "" "" 1]
                eval tkiWinShow $arg1
            }
            $tw conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
            $w conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
            return
        }
        redirect {
            set tw $w.main.text
            $tw conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
            $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
            if { $wvars(redirectWindow) == "" || ![winfo exist $wvars(redirectWindow)] } {
                # Information to be passed to the new window:
                _tkiWinGetGeom $tw
                set tki(lastDir) $wvars(lastDir)
                set tki(lastNodes) [_tkiLastInfo $w "" ""]
                set tki(history) [_tkiWinHistoryAdd $w "" "" 1]
                set tki(promptHistory) $wvars(promptHistory)
                set wvars(redirectWindow) ""
            } else {
                # This is necessary if redirect was called from last...
                set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 0
                
                set tki(lastNodes) ""
                set tki(history) ""
                set tki(promptHistory) ""
                set tki(lastDir) $wvars(lastDir)
            }
            if { $arg1 == ""} {
                set result [tkiWinShow [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1] $wvars(fileKey) $wvars(redirectWindow)]
            } else {
                set result [eval tkiWinShow $arg1 $wvars(redirectWindow)]
            }
            set wvars(redirectWindow) [lindex $result 1]
            $tw conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
            $w conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
            return
        }
        transientmenu {
            $w.transientmenu post [expr [winfo pointerx $w] +4] [winfo pointery $w]
            grab $w.transientmenu
            return
        }
        menu {
            if { [info exist wvars(menuinfo)] } {
                if { $arg1 =="" } {
                    set tki(curWindow) $w
                    _tkiWinPromptMap $w menu "Beginning of Menu entry:"
                    return
                } else {
                    set menuitem [lindex $wvars(menuinfo) $arg1]
                    if { $menuitem == "" } {
                        tkiStatus "No such menu entry." $w 0
                        return
                    } else {
                        set toNode [lindex $menuitem 2]
                        tkiSetCursor $w [list menu $arg1]
                    }
                }
            } else {
                tkiStatus "No menu in this node." $w 0
                return
            }
        }
        xref {
            if { $wvars(xrefinfo) != "" } {
                set tki(curWindow) $w
                _tkiWinPromptMap $w xref  "Beginning of Xref label:"
                return
            } else {
                tkiStatus "No crossreferences in this node." $w 0
                return
            }
        }
        scroll {
            if { $wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) == 1 && $arg1 != "forw" } {
                set wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) 0
            }
            if { $wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) == 1 && $arg1 != "back" } {
                set wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) 0
            }
            case $arg1 {
                forw     { _tkiScroll $w forw; return }
                back     { _tkiScroll $w back; return }
                top      { $w.main.text yview moveto 0; return }
                bottom   { $w.main.text yview moveto 1; return }
                lineup   { $w.main.text yview scroll 1 units; return }
                linedown { $w.main.text yview scroll -1 units; return }
                menu     {
                    if [info exist wvars(menuinfo)] {
                        $w.main.text yview [$w.main.text index "menu.first - 1 lines"]
                        return
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
    if { $toNode == "" } {
        tkiBell
    } else {
        if { $toWindow == "" } {
            _tkiWinAction $w newwin [list $toNode $toFile]
        } else {
            tkiWinShow $toNode $toFile $toWindow
        }
    }
}

proc tkiBell {} {
    bell
}

proc tkiInterrupt {} {
    global tki
    set tki(interrupt) 1
    tkiBell
}

#
# Scroll one page down resp. up. If already at end, determine the
# logical successor of the current page and jump there.
#

proc _tkiScroll { w direction } {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    set tki(curWindow) $w
    if { $tki(scrollThroughB) } {
        if { $direction == "forw"} {
            if { $wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) } {
                _tkiWinAction $w successor forw
            } else {
                if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "end - 1 lines"] == "" } {
                    _tkiInsertMarkScroll $w 1
                }
                if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "end - 1 lines"] != "" } {
                    tkiStatus "At end. Hit key again for successor node." $w 0
                    set wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) 1
                }
            }
        } else {
            if { $wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) } {
                _tkiWinAction $w successor back
            } else {
                if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "0.1"] == "" } {
                    _tkiInsertMarkScroll $w -1
                }
                if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "0.1"] != "" } {
                    tkiStatus "At beginning. Hit key again for predecessor node." $w 0
                    set wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) 1
                }
            }
        }
    } else {
        if { $direction == "forw"} {
            if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "end - 1 lines"] == "" } {
                _tkiInsertMarkScroll $w 1
            }
            if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "end - 1 lines"] != "" } {
                tkiStatus "At end. Hit `]' for successor node." $w 0
            }
        } else {
            if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "0.1"] == "" } {
                _tkiInsertMarkScroll $w -1
            }
            if { [$w.main.text dlineinfo "0.1"] != "" } {
                tkiStatus "At beginning. Hit `\[' for predecessor node." $w 0
            }
        }
    }
}    

#
# Scroll the textwindow $w dir pages, inserting the page separator
# correctly.
#
proc _tkiInsertMarkScroll {w dir} {
    global tki
    if {$tki(pageSepB)} {
        upvar #0 $w wvars
        set tw $w.main.text
        set geom [_tkiWinVisibleInfo $tw]
        set topleft [lindex $geom 0]
        set bottomright [lindex $geom 1]
        set columns [lindex $geom 4]
        set insertString ""
        for {set idx 1} {$idx <= $columns} {incr idx} {
            set insertString "${insertString}_"
        }
        set ranges [$tw tag ranges separator]
        $tw conf -state normal
        if {$dir == "1"} {
            $tw mark set insertPos  "$bottomright + 1 c"
            if {$ranges != ""} {
                eval $tw delete $ranges
                $tw yview scroll -1 units
            }
            $tw yview scroll 1 pages
            $tw insert insertPos "${insertString}\n" separator
        } else {
            $tw mark set insertPos  "$topleft"
            if {$ranges != ""} {
                eval $tw delete $ranges
                $tw yview scroll 1 units
            }
            $tw yview scroll -1 pages
            $tw insert insertPos "${insertString}\n" separator
        }
        $tw conf -state disabled
    } else {
        $w.main.text yview scroll $dir pages;
    }
}

#
# Highlight the next link. Return "" if no next link on the current page.
# In that case, if the cursor text is not currently visible on the screen,
# remove it everywhere.
#
proc tkiNextLink { w direction } {
    set tw $w.main.text
    set geom [_tkiWinVisibleInfo $tw]
    set top [lindex $geom 0]
    set bottom [lindex $geom 1]
    
    set cursorranges [$tw tag ranges cursor]
    if { $cursorranges == ""} {
        set cursorStart "end"
        set cursorEnd "1.0"
    } else {
        set cursorStart [lindex $cursorranges 0]
        set cursorEnd [lindex $cursorranges 1]
    }
    if { $direction == "forw" } {
        if { [$tw compare $top < $cursorEnd] } {
            if { [$tw compare $bottom >= $cursorEnd] } {
                set start $cursorEnd
            } else {
                set start $top
            }
        } else {
            set start $top
        }
        
        set menu [$tw tag nextrange menukey $start $bottom]
        set cross [$tw tag nextrange xrefkey $start $bottom]
        if { $menu == "" } {
            set link $cross
        } elseif { $cross == "" } {
            set link $menu
        } elseif { [lindex $cross 0] < [lindex $menu 0] } {
            set link $cross
        } else {
            set link $menu
        }
    } else {
        if { [$tw compare $top <= $cursorStart] } {
            if { [$tw compare $bottom > $cursorStart] } {
                set start $cursorStart
            } else {
                set start $bottom
            }
        } else {
            set start $bottom
        }

        set menu [_tkiprevrange $tw menukey $start $top]
        set xref [_tkiprevrange $tw xrefkey $start $top]
        if { $menu == "" } {
            set link $xref
        } elseif { $xref == "" } {
            set link $menu
        } elseif { [lindex $xref 0] > [lindex $menu 0] } {
            set link $xref
        } else {
            set link $menu
        }
    }
    if { $link == "" } {
        if { [$tw compare $top > $cursorEnd] || [$tw compare $bottom <= $cursorStart] } {
            $tw tag remove cursor $cursorStart $cursorEnd
        }
        return ""
    }
    $tw tag remove cursor $cursorStart $cursorEnd
    $tw tag add cursor [lindex $link 0] [lindex $link 1]
    $tw tag raise cursor
    return 1
}


# Return the info node corresponding to the highlighted link
proc tkiCursorLink { w } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    set tw $w.main.text
    set cursorranges [$tw tag ranges cursor]
    if { $cursorranges == ""} {
        return ""
    } else {
        set cursorStart [lindex $cursorranges 0]
    }    
    set taglist [$tw tag names $cursorStart]
    set length [llength $taglist]
    set tagindex ""
    foreach tag $taglist {
        if [regexp {^menu([0-9]+)} $tag dummy tagindex] {
            set wvars(cursorInfo) [list "menu" $tagindex]
            return [lindex [lindex $wvars(menuinfo) $tagindex] 2]
        } elseif [regexp {^xref([0-9]+)} $tag dummy tagindex] {
            set wvars(cursorInfo) [list "xref" $tagindex]
            return [lindex [lindex $wvars(xrefinfo) $tagindex] 1]
        }
    }
    return ""
}
proc tkiHighlightCursor { w cursorInfo } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    if { $cursorInfo == "" } {
        return
    }

    set tw $w.main.text
    set type [lindex $cursorInfo 0]
    set index [lindex $cursorInfo 1]
    set ranges [$tw tag ranges "${type}key"]
    set start [lindex $ranges [expr 2 * $index ]]
    set end [lindex $ranges [expr 1+ 2 * $index ]]
    set cursorranges [$tw tag ranges cursor]
    if { $cursorranges != "" } {
        eval $tw tag remove cursor $cursorranges
    }
    $tw tag add cursor $start $end
    $tw tag raise cursor
}
proc tkiSetCursor { w cursorInfo } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars

    tkiHighlightCursor $w $cursorInfo
    set wvars(cursorInfo) $cursorInfo
}

# Find the logical successor of the node displayed in window w.

proc _tkiLogicalNext { w } {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    if { [info exist wvars(menuinfo)]
         && ![string match "*Index" [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1]] } {
        return [lindex [lindex $wvars(menuinfo) 0] 2 ]
    } else {
        set next [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 5]
        set up [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 3]
        if { $next != "" && $next != $up } {
            return $next
        } else {
            while { $up != "" } {
                set upNodeRef [tkiGetNodeRef $up $wvars(fileKey) "" $wvars(lastDir)]
                set upNodeInfo [lindex $tki(nodesinfo-[lindex $upNodeRef 1]) [lindex $upNodeRef 0]]
                set upNext [lindex $upNodeInfo 5]
                if { $upNext != ""} {
                    return $upNext
                } else {
                    set up [lindex $upNodeInfo 3]
                }
            }
            return ""
        }
    }
}


# Find the logical predecessor of the node displayed in window w.
proc _tkiLogicalPrev { w } {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    set prev [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 4]
    set up [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 3]
    if { $prev == "" && $up == "" } {
        return ""
    }
    if { $prev == "" || $prev == $up } { 
        return $up
    }
    set node $prev
    set fileKey $wvars(fileKey)
    while 1 {
        set nodeRef [tkiGetNodeRef $node $fileKey "" $wvars(lastDir)]
        set nodeIdx [lindex $nodeRef 0]
        set fileKey [lindex $nodeRef 1]
        if { ![info exist tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx) ] } {
            return $node
        }
        set nodeMenu $tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)
        set lastEntry [lindex $nodeMenu end]
        set node [lindex $lastEntry 2]
    }
}

#
# Utility function for turning the "-acc" options from
# menus into actual bindings.
# Traverse {menu}, and install accelerators onto {winSpec}.
# {winSpec} may be a list of windows.  {menu} may be a menu, a
# menu button, or a frame containing menu buttons.
# Accelerator sequences may be any sequence of "normal" characters,
# or a normal char prefixed by "^" for Control.
# This code is cut&pasted from "tkgraph/lib/topwin.tcl topWin.BindAccels()".
#

proc _tkiBindAccels { winSpec menu } {
    switch [winfo class $menu] {
      Frame {
	foreach submenu [winfo children $menu] {
	    _tkiBindAccels $winSpec $submenu
	}
      }
      Menubutton {
	_tkiBindAccels $winSpec [lindex [$menu conf -menu] 4]
      }
      Menu {
	set lastIdx [$menu index last]
        if { $lastIdx == "none" } { return }
	for {set idx 0} {$idx <= $lastIdx} {incr idx} {
	    if [catch {$menu entryconf $idx -acc} acc] continue
	    set acc [lindex $acc 4]
	    if { $acc != "" && $acc != "==>" } {
		regsub -all "\\^(.)" $acc "<Control-\\1>" acc
		regsub -all "<(.)>" $acc "<Key-\\1>" acc
		foreach win $winSpec {
                   bind $win $acc "[$menu entrycget $idx -command] ;break"
		}
	    }
	    if { ! [catch {$menu entryconf $idx -menu} submenu] } {
		set submenu [lindex $submenu 4]
		if { $submenu != "" } {
		    _tkiBindAccels $winSpec $submenu
		}
	    }
	}
      }
    }
}
proc _tkiWinBind { w } {
    global tki tkiEmbed;
    
    set tw $w.main.text
    _tkiBindAccels "$w.main.text" $w.bar
    foreach win "$w.main.text" {
        # Caution: Don't bind the keysyms SunPageDown and SunFind: it will
        # break on Win95.
        bind $win <Key-Help>    {tkiWinShow {(builtin)Quick Help} {} {Docs}
                                 break}
        bind $win <Key-F1>      {tkiWinShow {(builtin)Quick Help} {} {Docs}
                                 break}
	bind $win <Key-1>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 0"
	bind $win <Key-2>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 1"
	bind $win <Key-3>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 2"
	bind $win <Key-4>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 3"
	bind $win <Key-5>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 4"
	bind $win <Key-6>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 5"
	bind $win <Key-7>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 6"
	bind $win <Key-8>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 7"
	bind $win <Key-9>	"_tkiWinAction $w menu 8"
	bind $win <Control-Key-1>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 0;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-2>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 1;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-3>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 2;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-4>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 3;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-5>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 4;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-6>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 5;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-7>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 6;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-8>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 7;break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-9>	"_tkiWinAction $w othermenu 8;break"
	bind $win <Key-space>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw"
	bind $win <Control-Key-f>	"_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw"
	bind $win \}                   "_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw"
	bind $win <Control-Key-d>	"return"
	bind $win <Control-Key-v>	"_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-Next>            "_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw
                                         break"
        # PgDn on Sun Keypads:
	bind $win <Key-F35>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll forw"
	bind $win <Key-Delete>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-Prior>           "_tkiWinAction $w scroll back
                                         break"
	bind $win <Key-BackSpace>	"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back
                                         break"
	bind $win <Control-Key-b>	"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
	bind $win <Alt-Key-v>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
	bind $win \{			"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
	bind $win <Meta-Key-v>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
        bind $win "<Key-Escape> v"      "_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
        # PgUp on Sun Keypads:
	bind $win <Key-F29>		"_tkiWinAction $w scroll back"
        bind $win <Key-less>            "_tkiWinAction $w scroll top"
        bind $win <Key-b>               "_tkiWinAction $w scroll top"
        bind $win <Key-Home>            "_tkiWinAction $w scroll top
                                         break"
        # Home on Sun Keypads:
        bind $win <Key-F27>             "_tkiWinAction $w scroll top
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-End>             "_tkiWinAction $w scroll bottom 
                                         break"
        # End on Sun Keypads:
        bind $win <Key-F33>             "_tkiWinAction $w scroll bottom 
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-greater>         "_tkiWinAction $w scroll bottom"
        bind $win <Key-G>               "_tkiWinAction $w scroll bottom"
        bind $win <Key-e>               "_tkiWinAction $w scroll bottom"
        bind $win <Control-Key-m>       "_tkiWinAction $w scroll menu"
        bind $win <Key-j>               "_tkiWinAction $w scroll lineup"
        bind $win <Key-Down>            "_tkiWinAction $w scroll lineup
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-Right>           "_tkiWinAction $w scroll lineup
                                         break"
        bind $win <Control-Key-n>       "_tkiWinAction $w scroll lineup
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-k>               "_tkiWinAction $w scroll linedown"
        bind $win <Control-Key-p>       "_tkiWinAction $w scroll linedown
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-Up>              "_tkiWinAction $w scroll linedown
                                         break"
        bind $win <Key-Left> 	        "_tkiWinAction $w scroll linedown
                                         break"
        bind $win <Alt-Key-Left>        "_tkiWinAction $w last; break"
        bind $win <Meta-Key-Left>       "_tkiWinAction $w last; break"
        bind $win <Key-C>               "_tkiWinAction $w quit; break"
        if { ![info exists tkiEmbed] } {
            bind $win <Key-Q>               "exit"
        }
        bind $win <Key-Tab>             "_tkiWinAction $w nextlink forw;break"
        bind $win <Control-Key-Tab>     "_tkiWinAction $w nextlink back;break"
        bind $win <Shift-Key-Tab>       "_tkiWinAction $w nextlink back;break"
        bind $win <Meta-Key-Tab>        "_tkiWinAction $w nextlink back;break"
        bind $win <Alt-Key-Tab>         "_tkiWinAction $w nextlink back;break"
	bind $win (		        "_tkiWinAction $w goto ("
        bind $win <Key-Return>          "_tkiWinAction $w followlink; break"
        bind $win <Key-KP_Enter>        "_tkiWinAction $w followlink; break"
        bind $win <Control-Key-Return>  "_tkiWinAction $w followlink new;break"
        bind $win <Control-Key-KP_Enter> "_tkiWinAction $w followlink new;break"
        bind $win <Control-Key-c>       "tkiInterrupt"
        bind $win <Control-Key-g>       "tkiInterrupt"
        bind $win <Button-3>  "_tkiButton3 $w; break"
        bind $win <Button-2> "_tkiButton2 $w"
        bind $win <ButtonRelease-2> "_tkiButtonRelease2main $w"

        # This is really ugly but I don't know how else to prohibit
        # the key "Alt-f" (used to access the menu bar) from executing
        # the script associated with "f" -- A.B.
        bind $win <Control-Key-l>       "return"
        bind $win <Alt-F1>              "return"
        bind $win <Meta-F1>             "return"
        bind $win <Alt-f>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-f>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-d>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-d>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-n>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-n>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-s>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-s>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-o>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-o>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-h>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-h>              "return"
        bind $win <Alt-p>               "return"
        bind $win <Meta-p>              "return"                         
    }
    focus $w.main.text
}

#
# Functions to be bound to mouse events
#

proc _tkiButton2 {w} {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    if { [$w.main.text cget -cursor] == $tki(normCursor) } {
        $w.main.text configure -cursor $tki(handCursor)
    }
    if { $wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) } {
        set wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) 0
    }
    if { $wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) } {
        set wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) 0
    }
}

proc _tkiButton3 {w} {
    global tki
    if {$tki(breakBindings) == 0} {
        _tkiWinAction $w transientmenu
    }
    set tki(breakBindings) 0
}

proc _tkiButtonRelease2main {w} {
    global tki
    
    tkiStatusUpdate $w
    tkiScrollUpdate $w
    if { [$w.main.text cget -cursor] == $tki(handCursor) } {
        $w.main.text configure -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    }
}

proc _tkiLeaveLink {tw} {
    global tki
    if { [$tw cget -cursor] == $tki(linkCursor) } {
        $tw configure -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    }
}

proc _tkiButtonRelease2 {w y idx toNode fileKey type} {
    global tki
    if {abs($y - $tki(y)) < 7} {
        tkiSetCursor $w [list $type $idx]
        _tkiWinAction $w newwin [list $toNode $fileKey]
    }
}

proc _tkiShiftButtonRelease1 {w idx toNode fileKey type} {
    tkiSetCursor $w [list $type $idx]
    _tkiWinAction $w newwin [list $toNode $fileKey]
}

proc _tkiButtonRelease3 {w idx toNode fileKey type} {
    tkiSetCursor $w [list $type $idx]
    _tkiWinAction $w redirect [list $toNode $fileKey]
}

proc _tkiButtonRelease1 {w x y idx toNode fileKey type} {
    global tki
    if {abs($x - $tki(x)) + abs($y - $tki(y)) < 8} {
        tkiSetCursor $w [list $type $idx]
        tkiWinShow $toNode $fileKey $w
    }
}

# Bind to mouse events for the action buttons. This removes the use of
# and dependency on internal Tk procedure names like tkButtonDown
# (before tk8.4) or tk::ButtonDown (starting with tk8.4).
proc _tkiBindToButton {w b op {op2 ""} {op3 ""}} {
    if {$op3 == ""} {
      set op3 "$op redirect"
    }
    if {$op2 == ""} {
      set op2 "$op other"
    }
    set press [bind Button <Button-1>]
    set release [bind Button <ButtonRelease-1>]

    bind $b <Button-1> "$press; break"
    bind $b <ButtonRelease-1> "$release; _tkiWinAction $w $op;break"
    bind $b <Button-2> "$press; break"
    bind $b <ButtonRelease-2> "$release; _tkiWinAction $w $op2; break"
    bind $b <Shift-Button-1> "$press; break"
    bind $b <Shift-ButtonRelease-1> "$release; _tkiWinAction $w $op2; break"
    bind $b <Control-Button-1> "$press; break"
    bind $b <Control-ButtonRelease-1> "$release; _tkiWinAction $w $op2; break"
    bind $b <Button-3> "$press; break"
    bind $b <ButtonRelease-3> "$release; _tkiWinAction $w $op3; break"
}


#
# Make a new toplevel info window (with class ``TkInfo''),
# filled with buttons and bindings.
#
# If the argument {w} is non-empty, it specifies either the path name
# of the info window to create (if {w} doesn't already exist),
# or the parent of the info window to create (if {w} does already exist).
# It is an error for both {w} and {w}'s parent to not exist.
# If {w} is empty, the info window will be created as a child of the
# root window.
#
# If given, {tag} is some text that will appear in the window title and
# icon title.
#
# The path name of the new info window will be returned.
#

proc tkiWinCreate { {w ""} {tag ""} } {
    global tki balloonHelp tk_version tkiEmbed

    if { $w == "" || [winfo exist $w] } {
	if { $w != "" && [winfo class $w] == "TkInfo" } {
	    # This check isn't strictly required, but it helps catch
	    # problems with Tk's multi-phase window destruction process.
	    error "Can't nest TkInfo windows."
	}
	set parent $w
	while 1 {
	    # I think (but I dont really remember) that I use [winfo parent]
	    # here instead of [winfo exist] b/c multi-phase destroy.
	    set w $parent.tki[tkiGetSN]
	    if { [catch {winfo parent $w}] } break
	}
    }
    lappend tki(windows) $w
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    set wvars(nodeinfo) ""
    set wvars(nodeSpec) ""
    set wvars(fileKey) ""
    set wvars(infonodename) "(builtin)Top"
    set wvars(lastDir) $tki(lastDir)
    set wvars(gotoStr) ""
    set wvars(promptmode) ""
    set wvars(searchStr) ""
    set wvars(statusPermanent) 0
    set wvars(oldStatus) ""
    set wvars(indexInfoFileKey) ""
    set wvars(noLastInfoUpdate) 0
    set wvars(redirectWindow) ""
    set wvars(searchOriginFileKey) ""
    set wvars(searchOriginNodeIdx) ""
    set wvars(promptHistory) $tki(promptHistory)
    set wvars(lastNodes) $tki(lastNodes)
    set wvars(history) $tki(history)
    set wvars(title) [expr {( $tag == "") ? "tkInfo" : "tkInfo:$tag"}]

    toplevel $w -class TkInfo
    wm title $w $wvars(title)
    wm iconname $w $wvars(title)
    wm protocol $w WM_DELETE_WINDOW "_tkiWinAction $w quit"
    # iconbitmap only accepts xbm files, but xman.xpm is a pixmap.
    # wm iconbitmap $w "@xman.xpm"
    
    set dd $w.bar; pack [frame $dd -borderwidth 2 -relief raised] \
      -side top -fill x

    set ddm $dd.file.m
    pack [menubutton $dd.file -text "File" -und 0 -menu $ddm] -side left
    # tk4.0 doesn't know tear-off menus:
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            menu $ddm -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        } else {
            menu $ddm
        }
    } else {
        menu $ddm -tearoff 0
    }
    $ddm add com -lab "Directory" -und 0 -acc d -command "_tkiWinAction $w dir"
    $ddm add com -lab "Go to File/Node... " -und 0 -acc g -command "_tkiWinAction $w goto"
    $ddm add com -lab "New Window " -und 0 -acc N -command "_tkiWinAction $w newwin"
    $ddm add com -lab "Man Page..." -und 0 -acc M -command "_tkiWinAction $w manual"
    $ddm add com -lab "Apropos..." -und 0 -acc A -command "_tkiWinAction $w manual apropos"
    $ddm add com -lab "Tcl Cmd..." -und 0 -acc ! -command "_tkiWinAction $w tclcmd"
    $ddm add sep
    $ddm add com -lab "Close Window" -und 0 -acc c -command "_tkiWinAction $w quit"

    if { ![info exists tkiEmbed] } {
        $ddm add com -lab "Quit TkInfo" -und 0 -acc q -command "exit"
    }

    if { [llength $tki(dirs)] > 1 } {
        set ddd $dd.dirs.m
        pack [menubutton $dd.dirs -text "Directories" -und 0 -menu $ddd] -side left
        menu $ddd
        foreach pp $tki(dirs) {
            $ddd add com -label "   $pp" \
                    -command [list _tkiWinAction $w dir $pp]
        }
    }
    set ddm $dd.node.m
    pack [menubutton $dd.node -text "Node" -und 0 -menu $ddm] -side left
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            menu $ddm -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        } else {
            menu $ddm
        }
    } else {
        menu $ddm -tearoff 0
    }
    $ddm add com -lab "Next Section" -und 0 -acc n -command "_tkiWinAction $w next"
    $ddm add com -lab "Previous Section  " -und 0 -acc p -command "_tkiWinAction $w prev"
    $ddm add com -lab "Up" -und 0 -acc u -command "_tkiWinAction $w up"
    $ddm add com -lab "Back to Last" -und 8 -acc l -command "_tkiWinAction $w last"
    $ddm add com -lab "Successor" -und 0 -acc \] -command "_tkiWinAction $w successor forw"
    $ddm add com -lab "Predecessor" -und 1 -acc \[ -command "_tkiWinAction $w successor back"
    $ddm add com -lab "Top" -und 0 -acc t -command "_tkiWinAction $w top"
    $ddm add com -lab "Menu entry..." -und 0 -acc m -command "_tkiWinAction $w menu"
    $ddm add com -lab "Crossreference... " -und 7 -acc f -command "_tkiWinAction $w xref"


    set ddm $dd.search.m
    pack [menubutton $dd.search -text "Search" -und 0 -menu $ddm] -side left
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            menu $ddm -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        } else {
            menu $ddm
        }
    } else {
        menu $ddm -tearoff 0
    }
    $ddm add com -lab "Index lookup (substring)... " -und 0 -acc i \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w indexlookup"
    $ddm add com -lab "Continue index lookup" -acc , \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w indexnext"
    $ddm add com -lab "Exact forward search... " -und 0 -acc s \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search forwExact"
    $ddm add com -lab "Regexp forward search... " -und 0 -acc / \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search forwRegexp"
    $ddm add com -lab "Continue forward search" -und 0 -acc ^s \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search forwIncr"
    $ddm add com -lab "Exact backward search... " -und 6 -acc r \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search backExact"
    $ddm add com -lab "Regexp backward search... " -und 8 -acc "\\" \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search backRegexp"
    $ddm add com -lab "Continue backward search" -acc ^r \
      -command "_tkiWinAction $w search backIncr"

    set ddm $dd.history.m 
    pack [menubutton $dd.history -text "History" -und 0 -menu $ddm] -side left
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            menu $ddm -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        } else {
            menu $ddm
        }
    } else {
        menu $ddm -tearoff 0
    }
    set wvars(historyMenus) [list $ddm]
    _tkiCreateHistory $w $wvars(history)

    set ddm $dd.options.m
    pack [menubutton $dd.options -text "Options" -und 0 -menu $ddm] -side left
    menu $ddm -disabledforeground [ $dd.search.m cget -foreground ]
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            $ddm conf -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        }
    } else {
        $ddm conf -tearoff 0
    }
    $ddm add check -lab "Show info headers" -und 10 -var tki(rawHeadersB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Show buttons" -und 5 -var tki(showButtonsB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Balloon help" -und 4 -var tki(showBalloonsB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Scroll at bottom goes to successor" -und 4 -var tki(scrollThroughB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Scrolling inserts page separators" -und 5 -var tki(pageSepB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Show directory of node" -und 5 -var tki(showDirB)
    $ddm add check -lab "Time Status" -und 0 -var tki(timestatusB)
    $ddm add sep
    $ddm add com -lab "Link Highlighting:" -state disabled
    $ddm add radio -lab "Color" -und 0     -var tki(linklook) -val color
    $ddm add radio -lab "Font" -und 0      -var tki(linklook) -val font
    $ddm add radio -lab "Underline" -und 0 -var tki(linklook) -val underline

    set ddm $dd.help.m
    # We use -after so that the Help menu doesn't disappear when window
    # is shrunk:
    pack [menubutton $dd.help -text "Help" -und 3 -menu $ddm] -side right -after $dd.file
    if {$tk_version > 4.0} {
        if {$tk_version < 8} {
            menu $ddm -tearoffcommand "_tkiMenuTearOff $w"
        } else {
            menu $ddm
        }
    } else {
        menu $ddm -tearoff 0
    }
    $ddm add com -lab "Quick Help" -und 0 -acc ? \
            -command [list tkiWinShow {(builtin)Quick Help} {} {Docs}]
    $ddm add com -lab "Documentation " -und 0 -acc h \
            -command [list tkiWinShow {(builtin)Top} {} {Docs}]
    $ddm add sep
    $ddm add com -lab "About tkInfo" -und 0 \
            -command [list tkiWinShow {(builtin)About} {} {Docs}]


    # We want to be able to access the menubar with Meta as well as with Alt:
    bind $w <Meta-Key> [bind all <Alt-Key>]

    # The transient menu that appears when Button-3 is pressed:
    set wtm $w.transientmenu
    menu $wtm -tearoff 0
    # This appears to be necessary to circumvent a bug in Tk4.0.
    # Let's hope that it doesn't break anything else... (A.B.)
    if {$tk_version == 4.0} {
        global tkPriv
        set tkPriv(oldGrab) ""
    }
    bind $wtm <Unmap> "focus -force $w.main.text"
    bind $wtm <Button-1> "break"
    bind $wtm <Button-2> "break"
    $wtm add com -lab "Logical Successor" -acc \] -command "_tkiWinAction $w successor forw"
    # $wtm add com -lab "Logical Predecessor" -command "_tkiWinAction $w successor back"
    $wtm add com -lab "Back to Last Node  " -acc l -command "_tkiWinAction $w last"
    $wtm add com -lab "Next Section" -acc n -command "_tkiWinAction $w next"
    # $wtm add com -lab "Previous Section" -acc p -command "_tkiWinAction $w prev"
    $wtm add com -lab "Up" -acc u -command "_tkiWinAction $w up"
    $wtm add com -lab "Index Lookup" -acc i -command "_tkiWinAction $w indexlookup"
    $wtm add com -lab "New Window" -acc N -command "_tkiWinAction $w newwin"

    set dd $w.main
    pack [frame $dd] -expand 1 -fill both
    pack [scrollbar $dd.vsb -orient vert -command "$dd.text yview"] \
            -side right -fill both
    pack [text $dd.text -state disabled -setgrid 1 -width 80 -wrap word] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    $dd.text conf -yscroll "$dd.vsb set"
    bind $dd.vsb <Any-Button> "tkiStatusUpdate $w; tkiScrollUpdate $w"

    # We use "-after $w.bar" here so that the status line won't disappear
    # upon resizing of the window:
    set dd $w.s
    pack [frame $dd] -after $w.bar -side bottom -fill x
    pack [label $dd.filename -text "            " -rel sunken -padx 5 -pady 3] -side left
    pack [label $dd.status -anc w -rel sunken -padx 5 -pady 3 -width 8] \
            -side left -fill x -expand 1
    entry $dd.input -width 7 -rel sunken
    checkbutton $dd.regexp -width 8 -text "Regexp" -var ${w}(searchRegexpB)
    checkbutton $dd.case -width 8 -text "Case Sen" -var ${w}(searchCaseB)
    checkbutton $dd.back -width 8 -text "Backward" -var ${w}(searchBackB)
    radiobutton $dd.man -width 8 -text "Man page" -var ${w}(manB) -value 1
    radiobutton $dd.apropos -width 8 -text "Apropos" -var ${w}(manB) -value 0
    bind $dd.input <Return> "_tkiWinPromptOk $w"
    bind $dd.input <Escape> "_tkiWinPromptAbort $w"
    bind $dd.input <Any-Control-g> "_tkiWinPromptAbort $w"
    bind $dd.input <Control-u> "$dd.input delete 0 end"
    bind $dd.input <Key-Up> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w up"
    bind $dd.input <Meta-Key-p> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w up; break"
    bind $dd.input <Alt-Key-p> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w up; break"
    bind $dd.input <Control-Key-p> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w up; break"
    bind $dd.input <Key-Down> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w down"
    bind $dd.input <Control-Key-n> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w down; break"
    bind $dd.input <Meta-Key-n> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w down; break"
    bind $dd.input <Alt-Key-n> "_tkiWinPromptScroll $w down; break"

    set dd $w.buts; frame $dd
    if { $tki(showButtonsB) } { pack $dd -after $w.s -side top -fill x }

    pack [button $dd.next -width 2 -text "Next"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.next [list balloon $dd.next Button all]
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.next next

    pack [button $dd.prev -width 2 -text "Previous"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.prev [list balloon $dd.prev Button all]
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.prev prev
    
    pack [button $dd.up -width 2 -text "Up"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.up [list balloon $dd.up Button all]
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.up up

    pack [button $dd.last -width 2 -text "Last"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.last [list balloon $dd.last Button all]
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.last last

    pack [button $dd.top -width 2 -text "Top"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.top [list balloon $dd.top Button all]
    set balloonHelp($dd.top) "Go to this info file's
topmost info node which
has the table of contents."
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.top top

    pack [button $dd.dir  -width 2 -text "Dir"] \
            -side left -expand 1 -fill both
    bindtags $dd.dir [list balloon $dd.dir Button all]
    set balloonHelp($dd.dir) "Go to directory
node which lists
all info files."
    _tkiBindToButton $w $dd.dir dir otherdir "otherdir redirect"
    
    _tkiWinBind $w

    #frame $w.main.text.sep -borderwidth 1 -relief sunken -width 150 -height 2

    # Fix display styles for search matches and highlighted links.
    set tw $w.main.text
 
    case $tki(searchlook) {
        inverse {
          $tw tag conf searchkey -foreground [lindex [$tw conf -background] 4] \
                  -background [lindex [$tw conf -foreground] 4]
        }
        color {
          $tw tag conf searchkey -foreground $tki(searchColor)
        }
        font {
          $tw tag conf searchkey -font $tki(searchFont)
        }
    }

    case $tki(highlight) {
        inverse {
            if { $tki(linklook) == "color" } {
                $tw tag conf cursor \
                        -foreground [lindex [$tw conf -background] 4] \
                        -background $tki(linklookColor)
            } else {
                $tw tag conf cursor \
                        -foreground [lindex [$tw conf -background] 4] \
                        -background [lindex [$tw conf -foreground] 4]
            }
        }
        color {
            $tw tag conf cursor -foreground $tki(highlightColor)
        }
        font {
            $tw tag conf cursor -font $tki(highlightFont)
        }
    }

    set tki(curWindow) $w
    wm geometry $w $tki(geometry)
    if { $tki(iconic) == 1 } { 
        wm iconify $w; set tki(iconic) 0
    }
    return $w
}

#
# What to do if a menu is torn off; this is not used under Tk8.0 since
# torn-off menus under Tk8.0 are synchronized automatically.
#
proc _tkiMenuTearOff {w menu tornMenu} {
   case $menu {
       "*.history.m" {
           upvar #0 $w wvars
           lappend wvars(historyMenus) $tornMenu
       }
       default {
           # no entry of a torn off menu should be disabled.
           set numentries [$tornMenu index end]
           for {set idx 0} {$idx <= $numentries} {incr idx} {
               if {[$tornMenu type $idx] == "command"} {
                   $tornMenu entryconf $idx -state normal
               }
           }
       }
   }
   $tornMenu add separator
   $tornMenu add command -label "Close Menu" -command "destroy $tornMenu"
}

##############################################################################
#
#		Utility functions for updating info windows
#
##############################################################################

#
# Removes all empty lines in window $w starting at index $idx.
# This is more subtle than one might think.  Note that the text index
# "+1line" wont work on the last line of text, because the newline is
# considered part of the previous line.  Thus we use "lineend" instead.
#

proc _tkiTextTrim { w idx } {
    while 1 {
	set nidx [$w index "$idx lineend"]
	if { [string trim [$w get $idx $nidx]] != "" || [$w index end] == "1.0" } break
	$w delete $idx "$nidx +1char"
    }
}

# Modified version of ouster's version
proc _tkiTextInsertWithTags { w index text args } {
    set start [$w index $index]
    $w insert $start $text
    foreach tag $args {
    	$w tag add $tag $start insert
    }
}

proc _tkiLinkLookTag { tw tag } {
    global tki
    case $tki(linklook) {
      color { $tw tag conf $tag -fore $tki(linklookColor) }
      underline { $tw tag conf $tag -underline 1 }
      font { $tw tag conf $tag -font $tki(linklookFont) }
    }
    $tw tag bind $tag <Enter> [list $tw configure -cursor $tki(linkCursor)]
    $tw tag bind $tag <Leave> "_tkiLeaveLink $tw"
}

#
# Add info about the currently displayed node to the window's history
# list wvars(history) and to the History menu. Return the new history
# list, but don't change wvars(history). If noadd == 1, then don't
# change the History menu either. Don't do anything if the currently
# displayed node is (oldinfo,oldfileKey).
#

proc _tkiWinHistoryAdd { w oldinfo oldfileKey {noadd 0}} {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars
    
    set fileKey $wvars(fileKey)
    if { $fileKey == "" } {
        return $wvars(history)
    }
    
    set nodeinfo $wvars(nodeinfo)
    
    if { $fileKey == $oldfileKey && $nodeinfo == $oldinfo } {
        return $wvars(history)
    }

    set topline [$w.main.text index @0,0]
    set cursorInfo $wvars(cursorInfo)
    set node [lindex $nodeinfo 1]
    
    set result [linsert $wvars(history) 0 \
           [list $wvars(nodeSpec) $node $fileKey $topline $cursorInfo]]

    # Remove doubles:
    for {set idx 1} {$idx < [llength $result]} {incr idx} {
        set entry [lindex $result $idx]
        if {[lindex $entry 1] == $node && [lindex $entry 2] == $fileKey} {
            set result [lreplace $result $idx $idx]
            break
        }
    }
    
    # Cut history list down to appropriate length:
    if {[llength $result] > $tki(historyLength)} {
        set result [lreplace $result end end]
    }
    
    if { $noadd == 0 } {
        _tkiCreateHistory $w $result
    }

    return $result
}

#
# Make a new menu $w.history.m from $list
#
proc _tkiCreateHistory { w list } {
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    
    foreach hm $wvars(historyMenus) {
        if {![winfo exist $hm]} {continue}
        set end [$hm index end]
        # Is the menu transient or torn off?
        if { [$hm cget -tearoff] } {
            set startidx 1
        } else {
            set startidx 0
        }
        if { [$hm type end] == "command" && [$hm entrycget end -label] == "Close Menu"} {
            set endidx [expr $end - 2]
        } else {
            set endidx $end
        }
        $hm del $startidx $endidx
        set menuidx [expr $startidx - 1]
        set idx 0
        foreach entry $list {
            incr idx
            incr menuidx
            set nodespec [lindex $entry 0]
            set node [lindex $entry 1]
            set fileKey [lindex $entry 2]
            set topline [lindex $entry 3]
            set cursorInfo [lindex $entry 4]
            if { $idx < 36 } {
                if { $idx < 10 } {
                    set label $idx
                } else {
                    set label [format "%c" [expr $idx + 55]]
                }
                $hm insert $menuidx command -label "$label  $nodespec" -und 0 \
                        -command [list _tkiJumpTo $w $node $fileKey $topline $cursorInfo]
            } else {
                $hm add command -label "    $nodespec" \
                        -command [list _tkiJumpTo $w $node $fileKey $topline $cursorInfo]
            }
        }
    }
}

#
# Jump to the specified node, to the specified line, and restore the
# specified cursorInfo
#
proc _tkiJumpTo { w node fileKey topline cursorInfo } {
    tkiWinShow $node $fileKey $w
    $w.main.text yview $topline
    tkiHighlightCursor $w $cursorInfo
}


proc tkiWinDpy { w fileKey info body } {
    global tki balloonHelp; upvar #0 $w wvars

    #add info about last node to history list:
    set wvars(history) [_tkiWinHistoryAdd $w $info $fileKey]

    #add info about last node to wvars(lastNodes)
    set wvars(lastNodes) [_tkiLastInfo $w $info $fileKey]
    

    set wvars(fileKey) $fileKey
    set wvars(nodeinfo) $info
    set wvars(lastDir) [file dirname [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 2]]
    
    if { $tki(showDirB) == "1" || 
            ( [llength $tki(dirs)] > 1 && [lindex $info 2] == "dir" )} {
        set dir $wvars(lastDir)
        if { $dir == "." } {
            set dir ""
        } else {
            set dir "${dir}/"
        }
    } else {
        set dir ""
    }
    set filename [lindex $info 2]
    # Now strip the suffix:
    foreach suffix $tki(infoSuffix) {
        if {$suffix != ""} {
            set idx [string last $suffix $filename]
            if { $idx != -1 } {
                if { [string length $filename] - $idx == [string length $suffix]} {
                    set filename [string range $filename 0 [expr $idx - 1]]
                    break
                }
            }
        }
    }
    set wvars(nodeSpec) "(${dir}$filename)[lindex $info 1]"
    
    set wvars(scrollForwardHitBottom) 0
    set wvars(scrollBackwardHitTop) 0
    set wvars(inSearch) 0
    set wvars(cursorInfo) ""
    
    set nodeIdx [lindex $info 0]
    set nodeName [lindex $info 1]
    tkiStatus "Formatting $wvars(nodeSpec)..." $w 0
    set tw $w.main.text
#    $tw conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
#    $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
    set menuidx -1
    set menuidx [string first "\n* Menu:" $body]
    if { $menuidx > 0 } {
        set menutext [string range $body [expr {$menuidx+1}] end]
        set beforemenu [string range $body 0 $menuidx]
    }

    $tw conf -state normal
    $tw delete 1.0 end
    #
    # Insert the body text and add the crossref tags
    #
    if { $menuidx > 0 } {
       $tw insert end $beforemenu
       _tkiTextInsertWithTags $tw end $menutext menu
    } else {
       $tw insert end $body
    }
    if { [info exist tki(xrefinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)] } {
	set xrefinfo $tki(xrefinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)
    } else {
        set xrefinfo [tkiTimeStatus "Parsing $nodeIdx body" 0 \
	  tkiNodeParseBody $nodeIdx $fileKey $body]
    }
    set ms "1.0"
    $tw tag delete xrefkey
    foreach xi $xrefinfo {
	# xi = { xrefidx toNode startIdx endIdx label}
	set xrefidx [lindex $xi 0]
	set toNode [lindex $xi 1]
        $tw tag add xrefkey "$ms+[lindex $xi 2] c" "$ms +[lindex $xi 3] c"
        $tw tag add xref$xrefidx "$ms +[lindex $xi 2] c" "$ms +[lindex $xi 3] c"
        # We memorize the position where a button is pressed; if it is
        # released far away, we won't enable the associated action 
        # (chances are, that the user wanted to select or drag)
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <Button-1> \
             "set tki(x) %x; set tki(y) %y"
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <ButtonRelease-1> \
             [list _tkiButtonRelease1 $w %x %y $xrefidx $toNode $fileKey xref]
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <Button-2> \
             "set tki(y) %y"
        # The next one is really wild... $toNode can contain backslashes and
        # stuff. I didn't know how to do it more elegantly --A.B.
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <ButtonRelease-2> \
             "[list _tkiButtonRelease2 $w %y $xrefidx $toNode $fileKey xref]
              break"
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <Shift-ButtonRelease-1> \
              "[list _tkiShiftButtonRelease1 $w $xrefidx $toNode $fileKey xref]
               break"
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <Control-ButtonRelease-1> \
               "[list _tkiShiftButtonRelease1 $w $xrefidx $toNode $fileKey xref]
                break"
        # We need to disable the transient-menu function of button-3
        # on tags. Simply binding <Button-3> to "break" does not work:
        # the text widget bindings would still be executed. We use a 
        # global variable tki(breakBindings): if it is 1, the script
        # from the text widget binding is not allowed to execute.
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <Button-3> "set tki(breakBindings) 1"
        $tw tag bind xref$xrefidx <ButtonRelease-3> \
                [list _tkiButtonRelease3 $w $xrefidx $toNode $fileKey xref]
    }
    _tkiLinkLookTag $tw xrefkey

    set wvars(xrefinfo) $xrefinfo

    _tkiTextTrim $tw 1.0 
    if { ! $tki(rawHeadersB) } {
	$tw delete 1.0 "1.0 +1line"
        _tkiTextTrim $tw 1.0
    }
    
    #
    # Now add the menu tags
    #
    if { [info exist menutext] } {
        if { [info exist tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)] } {
	  set menuinfo $tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)
        } else {
          set menuinfo [tkiTimeStatus "Parsing $nodeIdx menu" 0 \
	    tkiNodeParseMenu $nodeName $nodeIdx $fileKey $body]
        }
        $tw tag delete menukey
        foreach mi $menuinfo {
	  # mi = { lineidx menuidx toNode nBeg nEnd label }
	  set lineidx [lindex $mi 0]
	  set menuidx [lindex $mi 1]
	  set toNode [lindex $mi 2]
	  set ms "menu.first +$lineidx lines -2 lines"
	  $tw tag add menukey "$ms +[lindex $mi 3] c" "$ms +[lindex $mi 4] c +1 c"
          $tw tag add menu$menuidx "$ms linestart" "$ms +[lindex $mi 4] c +1 c"
          # We memorize the position where a button is pressed; if it is
          # released far away, we won't enable the associated action 
          # (chances are, that the user wanted to select or drag)
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <Button-1> \
               "set tki(x) %x; set tki(y) %y"
	  $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <ButtonRelease-1> \
               [list _tkiButtonRelease1 $w %x %y $menuidx $toNode $fileKey menu]
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <Button-2> \
               "set tki(y) %y"
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <ButtonRelease-2> \
               "[list _tkiButtonRelease2 $w %y $menuidx $toNode $fileKey menu]
                break"
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <Shift-ButtonRelease-1> \
               "[list _tkiShiftButtonRelease1 $w $menuidx $toNode $fileKey menu]
                break"
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <Control-ButtonRelease-1> \
               "[list _tkiShiftButtonRelease1 $w $menuidx $toNode $fileKey menu]
                break"
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <Button-3> "set tki(breakBindings) 1"
          $tw tag bind menu$menuidx <ButtonRelease-3> \
               [list _tkiButtonRelease3 $w $menuidx $toNode $fileKey menu]
        }
        _tkiLinkLookTag $tw menukey

	set wvars(menuinfo) $tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx)
    } else {
	catch {unset wvars(menuinfo)}
    }

    #
    # Window titles and status messages
    #
    $w.s.filename conf -text $wvars(nodeSpec)
    $w conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    wm title $w "$wvars(title): $wvars(nodeSpec)"
    wm iconname $w "$wvars(title): $wvars(nodeSpec)"

    #
    # Disable buttons and menu entries if necessary
    #
    set toNode [lindex $info 3]
    if {$toNode == ""} {
        $w.buts.up conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Up* -state disabled
        $w.transientmenu entryconf Up* -state disabled
    } else {
        set balloonHelp($w.buts.up) "Go to that info node which
contains this one as a menu entry.
That is the node \"$toNode\"."
        $w.buts.up conf -state normal
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Up* -state normal
        $w.transientmenu entryconf Up* -state normal
    }
    set toNode [lindex $info 4]
    if {$toNode == ""} {
        $w.buts.prev conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Prev* -state disabled
        # $w.transientmenu entryconf Prev* -state disabled
    } else {
set balloonHelp($w.buts.prev) "Go to previous section on
the current hierarchical level.
That is the node \"$toNode\"."
        $w.buts.prev conf -state normal
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Prev* -state normal
        # $w.transientmenu entryconf Prev* -state normal
    }
    set toNode [lindex $info 5]
    if {$toNode == ""} {
        $w.buts.next conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Next* -state disabled
        $w.transientmenu entryconf Next* -state disabled
    } else {
set balloonHelp($w.buts.next) "Go to next section on the
current level, i.e. skip all menu entries.
That is the node \"$toNode\"."
        $w.buts.next conf -state normal
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf Next* -state normal
        $w.transientmenu entryconf Next* -state normal
    }
    

    $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue forward search" -state disabled
    $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue backward search" -state disabled
    $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue index lookup" -state disabled
    if { [llength $wvars(history)] > 0 } {
        $w.bar.history conf -state normal
    } else {
        $w.bar.history conf -state disabled
    }

    if { [llength $wvars(lastNodes)] >= 1 } {
        $w.buts.last conf -state normal
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Back*"  -state normal
        $w.transientmenu entryconf "Back*" -state normal
        set balloonHelp($w.buts.last) "Go back to the last node
you visited before coming here.
That is the node \"[lindex [lindex $wvars(lastNodes) [expr [llength $wvars(lastNodes)] - 1]] 1]\"."
    } else {
        $w.buts.last conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Back*"  -state disabled
        $w.transientmenu entryconf "Back*" -state disabled
    }
    if { $menuidx > 0 } {
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Menu*" -state normal
    } else {
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Menu*" -state disabled
    }
    if { $xrefinfo == "" } {
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Cross*" -state disabled
    } else {
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Cross*" -state normal
    }
    if { [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 1] == "Top" } {
        $w.buts.top conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Top" -state disabled
    } else {
        $w.buts.top conf -state normal
        $w.bar.node.m entryconf "Top" -state normal
    }
    
    if { [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 2] == "dir" } {
        $w.buts.dir conf -state disabled
        $w.bar.file.m entryconf "Dir*" -state disabled
    } else {
        $w.buts.dir conf -state normal
        $w.bar.file.m entryconf "Dir*" -state normal
    }
    
    _tkiFindIndices $fileKey [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 2]
    $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Index*" -state normal
    $w.transientmenu entryconf "Index*" -state normal
    set infoFileKey $tki(infoFileKey-$wvars(fileKey))
    if { $infoFileKey == $wvars(indexInfoFileKey) && $wvars(indexEntriesIndex) < [expr [llength $wvars(indexEntries)] - 1 ] } {
        $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue index lookup" -state normal
    }
    
    
    if { [llength $tki(dirs)] > 1 } {
        $w.bar.dirs.m del 1 end
        foreach pp $tki(dirs) {
            if { $wvars(lastDir) == $pp } {
                set label "* $pp"
            } else {
                set label "   $pp"
            }
            $w.bar.dirs.m add com -label $label \
                    -command [list _tkiWinAction $w dir $pp]
        }
    }
    

    # Clean up the window
    $tw mark set insert 1.0
    $tw mark set anchor insert
    $tw tag remove sel 1.0 end
    $tw conf -state disabled

    # This is really gross
    # focus $tw
    # after 1 [list $tw tag remove sel 1.0 end]
    
    tkiStatus "" $w 1

}

##############################################################################
#
#	The public interface
#
##############################################################################


#
# The argument {w} specified an info window in one of three ways:
#   - if empty, a new top-level window will be created and returned.
#   - if a window (starts will a ``.''), the window must exist and must have
#     been previously obtained using tkiWinCreate() or some variant
#     of tkiWinShow().
#   - otherwise it is a "window tag", which is arbitrary text that
#     must not begin with a ``.''.  Each tag has a unique window associated
#     with it that will be created (and re-created) upon demand.
#     The tag will also appear in the window title&icon.
#

proc _tkiWinResolveWinName { w } {
    global tki
    if { ! [info exist tki] } { tkiInit }
    if { $w == "" }			{ return [tkiWinCreate] }
    if { [string index $w 0] == "." }	{ return $w }

    # It must be a tag: retrieve (or make) the window assoicated with the tag
    set tag $w
    if { ![info exist tki(wintag-$tag)] } { 
	set tki(wintag-$tag) [tkiWinCreate "" $tag]
    }
    set w $tki(wintag-$tag)

    # Now see if it still exists: the user might have killed it.  If
    # gone, recreate it.
    if {![winfo exist $w]} {
	tkiWinCreate $w $tag
    }
    return $w
}

# 
# This is the primary entry point of this module.  The argument {nodeSpec}
# give the node to show, and may contains a filespec as in (filename)nodename.
# If no filename is contained in {nodeSpec}, it will be augmented by
# the argument {fileSpec} (if non-empty).  The argument
# {w} specifies which info window the node should be displayed in,
# as described by _tkiWinResolveWinName() above.
#
# The return value is a list "nodeRef window" where {nodeRef} is
# the internal "handle" to the node given by {nodeSpec} and {fileSpec},
# and {window} is the full path of the info window.
# If the node couldn't be loaded, the {nodeRef} will be empty.
#

proc tkiWinShow { nodeSpec {fileSpec ""} {w ""} } {
    global tki
    set w [_tkiWinResolveWinName $w]
    upvar #0 $w wvars
    set tki(curWindow) $w
    $w.main.text conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
    $w conf -cursor $tki(waitCursor)
    _tkiWinPromptUnmap $w
    set nodeRef [tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $fileSpec "" $wvars(lastDir)]
    if { $nodeRef == "" } {
        #Node couldn't be found
        set fmtSpec [tkiFmtNodeSpec $nodeSpec $fileSpec]
        if { $nodeSpec != "" && ![string match "(*" $nodeSpec] } {
            tkiError "Can't locate info nodes ``$fmtSpec'' and ``($nodeSpec)$tki(topLevelNode)''"
        } else {
            tkiError "Can't locate the info node ``$fmtSpec''"
        }
        return [list "" $w]
    }

    set nodeIdx [lindex $nodeRef 0]
    set fileKey [lindex $nodeRef 1]
    tkiWinDpy $w $fileKey [lindex $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) $nodeIdx] \
            [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) $nodeIdx]
    $w conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    $w.main.text conf -cursor $tki(normCursor)
    raise $w
    return [list $nodeRef $w]
}

#
# Get the current info node for {w}, and redisplay it in the window.
# This is used whenever the display mode (linklook,etc) is changed.
#

proc tkiWinRefresh { w } {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars
    if { $tki(showButtonsB) } {
        pack $w.buts -after $w.s -fill x
    } else {
        pack forget $w.buts
    }
    if ![info exist wvars(nodeinfo)] return
    set nodeinfo $wvars(nodeinfo)
    return [tkiWinShow [lindex $nodeinfo 1] $wvars(fileKey) $w]
}
proc tkiWinRefreshAll { } {
    global tki

    foreach w $tki(windows) {
	if { ![winfo exist $w] } continue
	if [catch {tkiWinRefresh $w} error] {
	    global errorInfo
	    puts stderr "tkInfo: refresh $w: $error\n$errorInfo"
	}
    }
}

#
# A helper function to provide "context" help.  The idea is that the
# application, when it creates each window/widget, creates a global array
# variable corresponding to each "key" window in the application.  The
# array element "infonodename" contains the node name to display for
# context help for that window and its children.
#
# Start at window {w}, and traverse up the window tree looking for a variable
# of the form "$w(infonodename)".  If found, a window displaying that node
# will be generated.  {fileSpec} may be used to augment the infonode,
# and {infowin} may specific a pre-existing info window returned by
# tkiWinShow().
# 

proc tkiWinContextHelp { w {fileSpec ""} {infowin ""} } {
    for {} { $w != ""} {set w [winfo parent $w]} {
	# Line below is kludgy, b/c I can't see any other way to do it.
	if [uplevel #0 [list info exist ${w}(infonodename)]] {
	    upvar #0 $w wvars 
    	    return [tkiWinShow $wvars(infonodename) $fileSpec $infowin]
	}
    }
    if { $fileSpec != "" } {
    	return [tkiWinShow Top $fileSpec $infowin]
    }
    return [tkiWinShow "(builtin)Quick Help" "" $infowin]
}

##########################################################################
# The following material was formerly contained in the file tkicore.tcl:
#
# This is the core of the tkinfo package.  It handles reading, parsing,
# and storing info files.  Everything in here should be tcl-only, no
# tk stuff.  Note that this can't be used independently: it requires
# initialization and error handling stuff found in tkinfo.tcl.



# Get a globally unique serial number.
#

proc tkiGetSN { } {
    global tki
    incr tki(sn)
    return $tki(sn)
}

#
# Add tcl list of paths {newPaths} to the directory search list.  The
# list is added in order at the *head* of the list.  Duplicate paths
# are removed, leaving the first of several identical paths in. If 
# the directory contains an info file "dir", then it is added to 
# tki(dirs) as well.


proc tkiAddInfoPaths { newPaths } {
    global tki

    if { ! [info exist tki(infoPath) ] } {
	set tki(infoPath) ""
    }

    for {set idx [expr [llength $newPaths] - 1]} {$idx >= 0} {incr idx -1} {
        set newPath [lindex $newPaths $idx]
        if { $newPath == "" } {continue}
        if { ![tkiFileIsAbsolute $newPath] } {
            set newPath "./$newPath"
        }
        if { ![file isdir $newPath] } {continue}
        set tki(infoPath) [linsert $tki(infoPath) 0 $newPath]
        
        set dup [lsearch [lrange $tki(infoPath) 1 end] $newPath]
        if { $dup < 0 } {
            # no duplicate. Check whether it belongs into tki(dirs):
            if {[_tkiFileFindSuf "$newPath/dir"] != ""} {
                set tki(dirs) [linsert $tki(dirs) 0 $newPath]
            }
        } else {
            # Kill off duplicate
	    set tki(infoPath) [lreplace $tki(infoPath) [expr {$dup+1}] [expr {$dup+1}]]
	}
    }
}

proc _tkiFileFindSuf { fileName } {
    global tki

    foreach suf $tki(infoSuffix) {
	foreach extrasuf {"" .gz .Z .z .bz2} {
	    set filePath "$fileName$suf$extrasuf"
	    if { [file isfile $filePath] } {
		return $filePath
	    }
	}
    }
    return ""
}

#
# Given {fileName} (see intro section above), find the corresponding
# filepath.  The filepath of {pntFileKey}, if specified, is
# used as a starting point for locating {fileName}.
# Returns the file path if found, else empty string.
#
proc tkiFileFind { fileName {startSearchDir ""} } {
    global tki

    if { [tkiFileIsAbsolute $fileName] } {
	set filePath [_tkiFileFindSuf $fileName]
	if { $filePath != "" } { return $filePath }
	set filePath [_tkiFileFindSuf [string tolower $fileName]]
        return $filePath
    } else {
	# Try all the infopaths, and all suffixs
	foreach prepath "$startSearchDir $tki(infoPath)" {
	    set filePath [_tkiFileFindSuf $prepath/$fileName]
	    if { $filePath != "" } { return $filePath }
	    set filePath [_tkiFileFindSuf $prepath/[string tolower $fileName]]
	    if { $filePath != "" } { return $filePath }
	}
        return ""
    }
}

#
# Determines whether filename is an absolute path. Should work also
# for names starting with Windows style drive letters.
#
proc tkiFileIsAbsolute { filename } {
    return [regexp -nocase {^(/|\./|\.$|\.\./|\.\.$|~|[a-z]:)} $filename]
}

#
# Given {fileName}, find the corresponding filepath via tkiFileFind().
# Return a {fileKey} for the file, and make the appropriate table entries.
# Note that {fileName} must be just that, and not a filekey.
#
proc tkiFileAdd { fileName {pntFileKey ""} {startSearchDir ""} } {
    global tki

    if {$pntFileKey != ""} {
        set startSearchDir [file dirname [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$pntFileKey) 2]]
    }
    if { [info exist tki(fileKeys-$fileName)] } {
        foreach key $tki(fileKeys-$fileName) {
            if { [file dirname [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$key) 2]] == $startSearchDir } {
                return $key
            }
        }
    } else {
        set tki(fileKeys-$fileName) ""
    }
    set filePath [tkiFileFind $fileName $startSearchDir]
    if { $filePath == "" } { return "" }
    set fileKey fk[tkiGetSN]
    lappend tki(fileKeys-$fileName) $fileKey
        
    set tki(fileinfo-$fileKey)  [list $fileKey $fileName $filePath $pntFileKey]
    set tki(incore-$fileKey) 0
    return $fileKey
}
proc tkiFileGet { fileSpec {pntFileKey ""} {startSearchDir ""} } {
    global tki

    # Is fileSpec a filekey?
    if { [info exist tki(fileinfo-$fileSpec)] } {
	set fileKey $fileSpec
    } else {
        set fileKey [tkiFileAdd $fileSpec $pntFileKey $startSearchDir]
        if { $fileKey == "" } {
            return ""
        }
    }

    set fileinfo $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey)
    if { ! $tki(incore-$fileKey) } {
        tkiFileLoad $fileKey [lindex $fileinfo 1] [lindex $fileinfo 2]
    }
    return $fileKey
}
proc _tkiFileLoadIndirectTbl { fileKey lines } {
    global tki

    set indirinfos ""
    foreach line $lines {
	if { $line != "" } {
	    set pair [split $line ":"]
	    if { [llength $pair] != 2 } {
		tkiFileWarning $fileKey "has bad file-indirect line ``$line''"
		continue
	    }
	    set indirKey [tkiFileAdd [lindex $pair 0] $fileKey]
	    if { $indirKey == "" } {
		tkiError "Can't locate indirect file ``[lindex $pair 0]''."
		continue
	    }
	    set byteOfs [string trim [lindex $pair 1]]
	    lappend indirinfos [list $indirKey $byteOfs]
	}
    }
    set tki(indirf-$fileKey) $indirinfos
}
proc _tkiFileLookupIndir { indirf byte } {
    set lastKey ""
    foreach fi $indirf {
	if { [lindex $fi 1] > $byte } break
	set lastKey [lindex $fi 0]
    }
    return $lastKey
}
proc _tkiFileLoadTagTbl { fileKey lines } {
    global tki

    set subkey [lindex $lines 0]
    if { $subkey != "(Indirect)" } return
    set indirf $tki(indirf-$fileKey)
    set indirinfos ""
    foreach line [lrange $lines 1 end] {
	if { $line =="" } continue
	set pair [split $line $tki(nodeByteSep)]
	if { [llength $pair] != 2 } {
	    tkiFileWarning $fileKey "has bad tag-indirect line ``$line''"
	    continue
	}
	set nodeName [string trim [string range [lindex $pair 0] 5 end]]
	set byteOfs [string trim [lindex $pair 1]]
	set indirFile [_tkiFileLookupIndir $indirf $byteOfs]
	lappend indirinfos [list $nodeName $byteOfs $indirFile]
    }
    set tki(indirn-$fileKey) $indirinfos
}
proc tkiFileParseNode { fileKey node } {
    global tki

    set lines [split $node "\n"]
    set keyline [string trim [lindex $lines 1]]
    case $keyline {
      { {[Ii]ndirect:} } {
	_tkiFileLoadIndirectTbl $fileKey [lrange $lines 2 end]
	return "IndirectTable"
      }
      { {[Tt]ag [Tt]able:} } {
	_tkiFileLoadTagTbl $fileKey [lrange $lines 2 end]
	return "TagTable"
      }
      { {[Ee]nd [Tt]ag [Tt]able} } {
	return "EndTagTable"
      }
    }
    # Some screwed up files omit the ``,'' for the file key.
    regsub "(File:\[^,\]*)Node:" $keyline "\\1,Node:" keyline
    set nodekey ""; set filekey ""
    set nextkey ""; set prevkey ""; set upkey ""
    foreach key [split $keyline ",\t"] {
	set key [string trim $key]
        # Note that the linux-doc sgml package produces "Previous:" headers 
        # instead of "Prev:".
	case $key {
	  "File:*" { set filekey [string trim [string range $key 5 end]] }
	  "Node:*" { set nodekey [string trim [string range $key 5 end]] }
	  "Up:*"   { set upkey   [string trim [string range $key 3 end]] }
	  "Prev:*" { set prevkey [string trim [string range $key 5 end]] }
          "Previous:*" { set prevkey [string trim [string range $key 9 end]] }
	  "Next:*" { set nextkey [string trim [string range $key 5 end]] }
	}
    }
    if { $nodekey == "" } { return "" }
    lappend tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) [list [llength $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)] $nodekey $filekey $upkey $prevkey $nextkey]
    # We need to get rid of all strange control characters:
    regsub -all "\[\a\b\v\f\]" $node "" node
    lappend tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) $node
    return $nodekey
}
proc _tkiFileRead {fileName filePath} {
    global tki

    tkiStatus "Loading $fileName..." "" 0

    case $filePath in {
      *.Z	{ set fp "|$tki(compresscat-Z) $filePath" }
      *.z	{ set fp "|$tki(compresscat-z) $filePath" }
      *.gz	{ set fp "|$tki(compresscat-gz) $filePath" }
      *.bz2     { set fp "|$tki(compresscat-bz2) $filePath" }
      default	{ set fp $filePath }
    }
    if [catch {open $fp "r"} fid] {
	tkiError "Can't open ``$fp''."
	return ""
    }
    set text [read $fid]
    close $fid
    return $text
}
proc tkiFileLoad { fileKey fileName filePath {fileText ""}} {
    global tki

    if { $fileText == "" } {
        set fileText [_tkiFileRead $fileName $filePath]
    }
    if { $fileText == "" } {
        return ""
    }
    set nodelist [split $fileText $tki(nodeSep)]
    set nodecnt 0
    set tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) ""
    set tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) ""
    foreach node $nodelist {
        incr nodecnt
        if { $nodecnt==1 || [string length $node] < 10 } continue
        set nodeName [tkiFileParseNode $fileKey $node]
        if { $nodeName == "" } {
            puts stdout "Warning: node #$nodecnt of file $filePath is bogus"
            continue
        }
    }
    set tki(incore-$fileKey) 1
    return $fileKey
}

#
# Parse nodeSpec and fileSpec.  {nodeSpecVar} and {fileSpecVar} must
# refer to variables within the caller's context.  They will be substituted
# and replaced with canonical forms.
#

proc tkiParseNodeSpec { nodeSpecVar fileSpecVar } {
    global tki
    upvar $nodeSpecVar nodeSpec $fileSpecVar fileSpec

    if { [string index $nodeSpec 0] == "(" } {
	set ridx [string first ")" $nodeSpec]
	if { $ridx < 0 } {
            set ridx [string length $nodeSpec]
	}
	set fileSpec [string range $nodeSpec 1 [expr $ridx-1]]
	set nodeSpec [string range $nodeSpec [expr $ridx+1] end]
    }

    if { $nodeSpec == "" } {
	set nodeSpec $tki(topLevelNode)
        if { $fileSpec == "" } {
            set fileSpec "dir"
        }
    }
    set nodeSpec [string trim $nodeSpec]
    set fileSpec [string trim $fileSpec]
    return 1
}

proc tkiFmtFileSpec { fileSpec } {
    global tki
    if [info exist tki(fileinfo-$fileSpec)] {
	return [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileSpec) 1]
    }
    return $fileSpec
}
proc tkiFmtNodeSpec { nodeSpec {fileSpec ""} } {
    global tki
    if ![tkiParseNodeSpec nodeSpec fileSpec] {
	return "Bad file/node spec ``$nodeSpec''"
    }
    set fileSpec [tkiFmtFileSpec $fileSpec]
    return "($fileSpec)$nodeSpec"
}

#
# This is the core search function.  It attempts to locate {nodeSpec}
# where ever it is.  {fileSpec} is a default file name that is used
# only if {nodeSpec} doesn't contain a reference.
# Returns a list {nodeIdx fileKey}, where {nodeIdx} is the index of the
# node within {fileKey}.
#
# As discussed in the intro above, at this level we cannot allow any
# concept of "current file" or "current node": it is up to the caller
# to maintain that information and pass up the appropriate arguments.
#

proc tkiGetNodeRef { nodeSpec {fileSpec ""} {pntFileKey ""} {startSearchDir ""}} {
    global tki

    # Case sensitive search
    set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $fileSpec $pntFileKey $startSearchDir 0]
    if { $nodeRef != "" } {
        return $nodeRef
    }
    
    # Case insensitive search
    set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $fileSpec $pntFileKey $startSearchDir 1]
    if { $nodeRef != "" } {
        return $nodeRef
    }

    return ""
}
proc _tkiGetNodeRef { nodeSpec fileSpec pntFileKey startSearchDir caseinsen } {
    global tki
    
    # the following may change nodeSpec and fileSpec!
    if ![tkiParseNodeSpec nodeSpec fileSpec] {
	return ""
    }

    set fileKey [tkiFileGet $fileSpec $pntFileKey $startSearchDir]
    if { $fileKey != "" } {
        set fileName [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 1]
        tkiStatus "Searching for node ``$nodeSpec'' in $fileName..." "" 0
        
        set realPntKey [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 3]
        if { $caseinsen } {
            set nodeSpec [string tolower $nodeSpec]
        }

        # Popup to our indirect-parent, if it has a tag table
        if { $pntFileKey == "" && $realPntKey != "" && [info exist tki(indirn-$realPntKey)] } {
            return  [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $realPntKey "" $startSearchDir $caseinsen]
        }

        #  Use index on this file, pushdown to our children
        if { [info exist tki(indirn-$fileKey)] } {
            # Use node index (indirect)
            if { $caseinsen } {
                foreach indir $tki(indirn-$fileKey) {
                    if { $nodeSpec == [string tolower [lindex $indir 0]] } {
                        set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec [lindex $indir 2] $fileKey "" 1]
                        if { $nodeRef != "" } { return $nodeRef }
                        tkiFileWarning $fileKey "Incorrect tag table"; break
                    }
                }
            } else {
                foreach indir $tki(indirn-$fileKey) {
                    if { $nodeSpec == [lindex $indir 0] } {
                        set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec [lindex $indir 2] $fileKey "" 0]
                        if { $nodeRef != "" } { return $nodeRef }
                        tkiFileWarning $fileKey "Incorrect tag table"; break
                    }
                }
            }
        } else {
            # Brute force on this file
            if { [info exist tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)] } {
                if { $caseinsen } {
                    foreach nodeinfo $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) {
                        if { $nodeSpec == [string tolower [lindex $nodeinfo 1]] } {
                            return [list [lindex $nodeinfo 0] $fileKey]
                        }
                    }
                } else {
                    foreach nodeinfo $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) {
                        if { $nodeSpec == [lindex $nodeinfo 1] } {
                            return [list [lindex $nodeinfo 0] $fileKey]
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            # Look for node in all indirect files (brute force)
            if { [info exist tki(indirf-$fileKey)] } {
                foreach indir $tki(indirf-$fileKey) {
                    set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec [lindex $indir 0] $fileKey "" $caseinsen]
                    if { $nodeRef != "" } { return $nodeRef }
                }
            }
        }
        # Look for node in my parent, but only if not called from my pnt
        if { $pntFileKey == "" && $realPntKey != "" } {
            set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $realPntKey "" $startSearchDir $caseinsen]
            if { $nodeRef != "" } { return $nodeRef }
        }

        # In case we were called with an info file name of emacs-2 for instance:
        if { [info exists tki(nodesinfo-$fileSpec)] } {
            set infofile [lindex [lindex $tki(nodesinfo-$fileSpec) 0] 2]
            set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $nodeSpec $infofile $pntFileKey $startSearchDir $caseinsen]
            if { $nodeRef != "" } {
                return $nodeRef
            }
        }
    }
    # This is to support XEmacs-style menus which contain only
    # the filename, but not in parentheses. Also, we have gotten such a 
    # filename on the command line.
    if { $nodeSpec != $tki(topLevelNode) } {
        set nodeRef [_tkiGetNodeRef $tki(topLevelNode) $nodeSpec "" $startSearchDir $caseinsen]
        if { $nodeRef != "" } {
            return $nodeRef
        }
        # If we can't find the node elsewhere, we try the menu entries of (dir)Top
        foreach directory $tki(dirs) {
            set dirNodeRef [tkiGetNodeRef $tki(topLevelNode) "dir" "" $directory]
            if { $dirNodeRef != "" } {
                set topNodeIdx [lindex $dirNodeRef 0]
                set dirFileKey [lindex $dirNodeRef 1]
                if { ![info exist tki(menuinfo-$dirFileKey-$topNodeIdx)] } {
                    set body [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$dirFileKey) $topNodeIdx]
                    tkiNodeParseMenu $tki(topLevelNode) $topNodeIdx $dirFileKey $body
                }
                set dirMenu $tki(menuinfo-$dirFileKey-$topNodeIdx)
                if {$caseinsen} {
                    foreach mi $dirMenu {
                        if { [string tolower [lindex $mi 5]] == $nodeSpec } {
                            return [tkiGetNodeRef [lindex $mi 2]] 
                        }
                    }
                } else {
                    foreach mi $dirMenu {
                        if { [lindex $mi 5] == $nodeSpec } {
                            return [tkiGetNodeRef [lindex $mi 2]] 
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
    # All efforts failed.
    return ""
}

#
# Initialize the regexp strings that are used later in 
# tkiNodeParseBody() (for xrefs) and tkiNodeParseMenu() (for menus).
# This func is called once from tkiInit() and then destroyed.
#

proc _tkiNodeParseInit { } {
    global tki

    # For xrefs, there are two forms:
    #	*note nodeSpec::terminator			(form 1)
    #   *note label: nodeSpec terminator		(form 2)
    # Terminator is ``.'' or ``,'', forms may wrap across lines.
    set tki(re_xref1_p) "\\*(note\[ \t\n\]*)(\[^:\]+)::"
    set tki(re_xref1_s) "x\\1\037e\\2\037fxx"
    set tki(re_xref2_p) "\\*(note\[ \t\n\]*)(\[^:\]+)(:\[ \t\n\]*)(\\(\[^ \t\n)\]+\\))?(\[^.,\]*)\[.,\]"
    set tki(re_xref2_s) "x\\1\037a\\2\037b\\3\037c\\4\\5\037dx"


    # For menus, there are two forms:
    #	* nodeSpec::	comments...			(form 1)
    #   * label: nodeSpec[\t.,] comments...		(form 2)
    set tki(re_menu1_p) "(\\*\[ \t\]*)(\[^:\]+)::"
    set tki(re_menu1_s) "\\1\037A\\2\037B"
    # rp2 = "* ws label: ws", rp2a="rp2 nodename ws", rp2b="rp2 (file)node ws"
    set tki(re_menu2_p) "(\\*\[ \t\]*)(\[^:\]+)(:\[ \t\]*)(\\(\[^ \t)\]+\\))?(\[^\t.,\]*)"
    set tki(re_menu2_s) "\\1\037A\\2\037B\\3\037C\\4\\5\037D"
}

#
# Parse a nody-body and return a list of the cross references.
# Store the information in tki(xrefinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx).
#

proc tkiNodeParseBody { nodeIdx fileKey bodytext } {
    global tki

    regsub -all -nocase $tki(re_xref1_p) $bodytext $tki(re_xref1_s) bodytext
    regsub -all -nocase $tki(re_xref2_p) $bodytext $tki(re_xref2_s) bodytext
    set xrefinfo ""
    set curIdx 1
    foreach seg [split $bodytext "\037"] {
        if { [string index $seg 0] == "a" || [string index $seg 0] == "e" } {
            regsub -all "\[ \t\n\]+" "[string range $seg 1 end]" " " label
            set stIdx $curIdx
        }
	set curIdx [expr { $curIdx + [string length $seg] - 1 }]
	if { [string index $seg 0] != "c" && [string index $seg 0] != "e" } {
            continue
        }
	set toNode [string range $seg 1 end]
	regsub -all "\[ \t\n\]+" $toNode " " toNode
	lappend xrefinfo [list [llength $xrefinfo] $toNode $stIdx $curIdx $label]
    }
    set tki(xrefinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx) $xrefinfo
    return $xrefinfo
}

#
# Parse the menu and extract the keywords
# Store the information in tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx).
#
proc tkiNodeParseMenu { nodeName nodeIdx fileKey bodytext } {
    global tki

    # There are two forms:
    #	* nodeSpec::	comments...			(form 1)
    #   * label: nodeSpec[ \t.,] comments...		(form 2)
    set rp1 $tki(re_menu1_p)
    set sp1 $tki(re_menu1_s)
    set rp2 $tki(re_menu2_p)
    set sp2 $tki(re_menu2_s)

    set menuidx [string first "\n* Menu:" $bodytext]
    if { $menuidx > 0 } {
        set menutext [string range $bodytext [expr {$menuidx+1}] end]
    } else {
        return ""
    }
    set menuinfo ""
    set linecnt 0; set menucnt 0
    foreach line [split $menutext "\n"] {
	incr linecnt
	if { [string index $line 0] != "*" 
	  || [string range $line 0 6] == "* Menu:" } continue
	if { [regsub $rp1 $line $sp1 prsline] } {
	    set nBeg [expr { [string first "\037A" $prsline] + 0 } ]
	    set nEnd [expr { [string first "\037B" $prsline] - 3 } ]
            set toNode [string range $line $nBeg $nEnd]
            regexp "\037A(.*)\037B" $prsline dummy label
	} else {
	    if { [regsub $rp2 $line $sp2 prsline] } {
	        set nBeg [expr { [string first "\037A" $prsline] - 0 } ]
	        set nEnd [expr { [string first "\037D" $prsline] - 7 } ]
                regexp "\037C(.*)\037D" $prsline dummy toNode
                regexp "\037A(.*)\037B" $prsline dummy label
	    } else {
		tkiFileWarning $fileKey "node $nodeName: bad syntax in line $linecnt of menu"
		continue
	    }
	}
	lappend menuinfo [list $linecnt $menucnt $toNode $nBeg $nEnd $label]
	incr menucnt
    }
    set tki(menuinfo-$fileKey-$nodeIdx) $menuinfo
    return $menuinfo
}

#
# This is equivalent to $w tag prevrange $tag $start $stop
# but this command doesn't exist in tk4.0....
# Binary search is probably overkill here.
#

proc _tkiprevrange {w tag start {stop 1.0}} {
    set ranges [$w tag ranges $tag]
    if { $ranges == "" } {
        return ""
    }
    set beg 0; set end [expr [llength $ranges] - 2]
    while { $end - $beg > 2 } {
        set middle [expr int(($beg + $end) / 4) * 2 ]
        if [$w compare [lindex $ranges $middle] < $start] {
            set beg $middle
        } else {
            set end $middle
        }
    }
    if { [$w compare [lindex $ranges $beg] >= $start] } {
        return ""
    } elseif { [$w compare [lindex $ranges $end] < $start] } {
        set best $end
    } else {
        set best $beg
    }
    if { [$w compare [lindex $ranges $best] > $stop] } {
        return [list [lindex $ranges $best] [lindex $ranges [expr $best + 1]]]
    } else {
        return ""
    }
}


#
# Search through w's current info file for pattern, starting with the
# node following the current one. Bring up the first node containing
# string, and call searchboxSearch on that node. At the end of the
# infofile, wrap around to the beginning. If no node contains string,
# return 0, else return whatever searchboxSearch returned.  It should
# have been checked elsewhere that the regexp actually compiles
# correctly.
#

proc _tkiSearchFileForw {w pattern regexpB casesenB incr} {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    # _tkiLocalMatch is supposed to return 1 iff its argument matches 
    # $pattern. I don't understand the next lines -- I've found them by 
    # experimentation --A.B.
    if {$regexpB} {
        set transformedPattern [_tkiRegexpTransform $pattern]
        if {$casesenB} {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list eval regexp -- [list $transformedPattern] \$s ]
        } else {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list eval regexp -nocase -- [list $transformedPattern] \$s ]
        }
    } else {
        if {$casesenB} {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list expr \[ string first [list $pattern] \$s \] != -1]
        } else {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list expr \[ string first [list [string tolower $pattern]] \[ string tolower \$s \] \] != -1]
        }
    }
    
    # Are we currently inside an ongoing search?
    if { $wvars(inSearch) && $wvars(searchOriginFileKey) != "" } {
        set origFileKey $wvars(searchOriginFileKey)
        set origNodeIdx $wvars(searchOriginNodeIdx)
    } else {
        set origFileKey $wvars(fileKey)
        set wvars(searchOriginFileKey) $origFileKey
        set origNodeIdx [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 0]
        set wvars(searchOriginNodeIdx) $origNodeIdx
    }
    
    set fileKey $wvars(fileKey)

    set pntKey [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 3]
    if { $pntKey != "" } {
        set fileKeyList $tki(indirf-$pntKey)
        set fileKeyListLength [llength $fileKeyList]
        for {set idx 0} {$idx < $fileKeyListLength} {incr idx} {
            if { [lindex [lindex $fileKeyList $idx] 0] == $fileKey } {
                break
            }
        }
        set fileKeyListIdx $idx
    }

    set nodeIdx [expr [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 0] + 1]
    set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
    set nodeListLength [llength $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)]

    set tki(interrupt) 0

    while { $fileKey != $origFileKey || $nodeIdx != $origNodeIdx } {
      update
      if {$tki(interrupt) == 1} {
          tkiStatus "Search for \"$pattern\" interrupted." $w 0
          return
      }
      if { $nodeIdx < $nodeListLength } {
        set nodesinfo [lindex $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) $nodeIdx]
        tkiStatus "Searching for \"$pattern\" in node [lindex $nodesinfo 1]..." $w 0
        if {[_tkiLocalMatch [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) $nodeIdx]]} {
          tkiWinShow [lindex $nodesinfo 1] [lindex $nodesinfo 2] $w
          return [searchboxSearch $pattern $regexpB $casesenB searchkey $w ]
        }
        incr nodeIdx
      } else {
        set nodeIdx 0
        if { $pntKey != "" } {
          # Now find next fileKey for current info file and load it into core.
          incr fileKeyListIdx
          if { $fileKeyListIdx == $fileKeyListLength } {
              # wrap around...
              set fileKeyListIdx 0
          }
          set fileKey [lindex [lindex $fileKeyList $fileKeyListIdx] 0]
          set fileInfo $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey)
          # Don't load if it's already in core!
          if { $tki(incore-$fileKey) } {
              set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
              set nodeListLength [llength $nodeList]
          } else {
              set fileText [_tkiFileRead [lindex $fileInfo 1] [lindex $fileInfo 2]]
              if [_tkiLocalMatch $fileText] {
                  tkiFileLoad $fileKey [lindex $fileInfo 1] [lindex $fileInfo 2] $fileText
                  set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
                  set nodeListLength [llength $nodeList]
              } else {
                  set nodeListLength 0
              }
          }
        }
      }
    }
    
    # Haven't found anything.
    if $incr {
        tkiBell
        set wvars(searchOriginFileKey) ""
        tkiStatus "No more matches for \"$pattern\". Back with Ctrl-r." $w 1
    } else {
        tkiStatus "No matches for \"$pattern\"." $w 1
    }
    return 0
}


#
# Search backward through w's current info file for pattern, starting
# with the node preceding the current one. Bring up the first node
# containing string, and call searchboxSearchBackw on that node. At the
# beginning of the infofile, wrap around to the end. If no node
# contains string, return 0, else return whatever searchboxSearch
# returned.  It should have been checked elsewhere that the regexp
# actually compiles correctly.
#
proc _tkiSearchFileBackw {w pattern regexpB casesenB incr} {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    # _tkiLocalMatch is supposed to return 1 iff its argument matches 
    # $pattern. I don't understand the next lines -- I've found them by 
    # experimentation --A.B.
    if {$regexpB} {
        set transformedPattern [_tkiRegexpTransform $pattern]
        if {$casesenB} {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list eval regexp -- [list $transformedPattern] \$s ]
        } else {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list eval regexp -nocase -- [list $transformedPattern] \$s ]
        }
    } else {
        if {$casesenB} {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list expr \[ string first [list $pattern] \$s \] != -1]
        } else {
            proc _tkiLocalMatch {s} [list expr \[ string first [list [string tolower $pattern]] \[ string tolower \$s \] \] != -1]
        }
    }

    # Are we currently inside an ongoing search?
    if { $wvars(inSearch) && $wvars(searchOriginFileKey) != "" } {
        set origFileKey $wvars(searchOriginFileKey)
        set origNodeIdx $wvars(searchOriginNodeIdx)
    } else {
        set origFileKey $wvars(fileKey)
        set wvars(searchOriginFileKey) $origFileKey
        set origNodeIdx [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 0]
        set wvars(searchOriginNodeIdx) $origNodeIdx
    }

    set fileKey $wvars(fileKey)

    set pntKey [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 3]
    if { $pntKey != "" } {
        set fileKeyList $tki(indirf-$pntKey)
        set fileKeyListLength [llength $fileKeyList]
        for {set idx 0} {$idx < $fileKeyListLength} {incr idx} {
            if { [lindex [lindex $fileKeyList $idx] 0] == $fileKey } {
                break
            }
        }
        set fileKeyListIdx $idx
    }

    set nodeIdx [expr [lindex $wvars(nodeinfo) 0] - 1]
    set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
    set nodeListLength [llength $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)]

    set tki(interrupt) 0

    while { $fileKey != $origFileKey || $nodeIdx != $origNodeIdx } {
      update
      if {$tki(interrupt) == 1} {
          tkiStatus "Search for \"$pattern\" interrupted." $w 0
          return
      }
      if { $nodeIdx >= 0 } {
        set nodesinfo [lindex $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey) $nodeIdx]
        tkiStatus "Searching for \"$pattern\" in node [lindex $nodesinfo 1]..." $w 0
        if {[_tkiLocalMatch [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$fileKey) $nodeIdx]]} {
          tkiWinShow [lindex $nodesinfo 1] [lindex $nodesinfo 2] $w
          return [searchboxSearchBackw $pattern $regexpB $casesenB searchkey $w]
        }
        incr nodeIdx -1
      } else {
        set nodeIdx -1
        if { $pntKey != "" } {
          # Now find prev fileKey for current info file and load it into core.
          if { $fileKeyListIdx == 0 } {
              # wrap around...
              set fileKeyListIdx $fileKeyListLength
          }
          incr fileKeyListIdx -1
          set fileKey [lindex [lindex $fileKeyList $fileKeyListIdx] 0]
          set fileInfo $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey)
          # Don't load if it's already in core!
          if { $tki(incore-$fileKey) } {
              set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
              set nodeIdx [expr [llength $nodeList] - 1]
          } else {
              tkiStatus "Searching for \"$pattern\" in file [lindex $fileInfo 1]..." $w 0
              set fileText [_tkiFileRead [lindex $fileInfo 1] [lindex $fileInfo 2]]
              if [_tkiLocalMatch $fileText] {
                  tkiFileLoad $fileKey [lindex $fileInfo 1] [lindex $fileInfo 2] $fileText
                  set nodeList $tki(nodesinfo-$fileKey)
                  set nodeIdx [expr [llength $nodeList] - 1]
              }
          }
        } else {
            set nodeIdx [expr $nodeListLength -1]
        }
      }
    }
    
    # Haven't found anything.
    if $incr {
        tkiBell
        set wvars(searchOriginFileKey) ""
        tkiStatus "No more matches for \"$pattern\". Forward with Ctrl-s." $w 1
    } else {
        tkiStatus "No matches for \"$pattern\"." $w 0
    }
    return 0
}


#
# This transforms a regexp-style regular expression so that it will
# never match more than one line. Most people expect that if they
# search for a regexp. Implemented as a state machine.
#
proc _tkiRegexpTransform {regexp} {
    set result ""
    set length [string length $regexp]
    set state "normal"
    for {set idx 0} {$idx < $length} {incr idx} {
        set letter [string index $regexp $idx]
        case $state {
            normal {
                case $letter {
                    "\\\\\[" {
                        set out "\["
                        set state "bracket"
                    }
                    "." {
                        set out "\[^\n\]"
                        set state "normal"
                    }
                    "\\\\\\"  {
                        set out ""
                        set state "backslash"
                    }
                    "*" {
                        set out $letter
                        set state "normal"
                    }
                }
            }
            backslash {
                set out "\\$letter"
                set state normal
            }
            bracket {
                case $letter {
                    "^" {
                        set out "^"
                        set state "caret_in_brackets"
                    }
                    "*" {
                        set out $letter
                        set state "in_brackets"
                    }
                }
            }
            caret_in_brackets {
                set out $letter
                set state "in_brackets"
            }
            in_brackets {
                case $letter {
                    "\\\\\]" {
                        set out "\]"
                        set state "normal"
                    }
                    "*" {
                        set out $letter
                        set state "in_brackets"
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        set result "${result}$out"
    }            
    if { $state == "backslash"} {
        set result "${result}\\"
    }
    return $result
}

#
# Store a list of the Index nodes in the info file containing filekey 
# in the global tki(indices-$infoFileKey).
# Also locate a list of nodes and store its location in 
# tki(nodelist-$infoFileKey). 
#

proc _tkiFindIndices {fileKey infoFileName} {
    global tki

    if { ![info exists tki(infoFileKey-$fileKey)] } {
        set infoFileKey "[file dirname [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 2]]/$infoFileName"
        set tki(infoFileKey-$fileKey) $infoFileKey
    } else {
        set infoFileKey tki(infoFileKey-$fileKey)
    }

    
    if { [info exists tki(indices-$infoFileKey)] } {
        return
    } else {
        set topnoderef [tkiGetNodeRef $tki(topLevelNode) $fileKey]
        if { $topnoderef == "" } {
            tkiError "Cannot find top node of $infoFileName"
            return 0
        }
        set topnodefilekey [lindex $topnoderef 1]
        
        # Locate list of nodes:
        set parent [lindex $tki(fileinfo-$fileKey) 3]
        if {$parent == ""} {
            set tki(nodelist-$infoFileKey) [list "nodelistfk" $topnodefilekey]
        } else {
            set tki(nodelist-$infoFileKey) [list "indirfk" $parent]
        }

        # Now find Index entries in top node's menu:
        set topnodeidx [lindex $topnoderef 0]
        if [info exist tki(menuinfo-$topnodefilekey-$topnodeidx)] {
            set topmenu $tki(menuinfo-$topnodefilekey-$topnodeidx)
        } else {
            set topmenu [tkiNodeParseMenu $tki(topLevelNode) $topnodeidx $topnodefilekey [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$topnodefilekey) $topnodeidx]]
        }
        set result ""
        set found 0
        foreach entry $topmenu {
            if { [regexp -nocase -- "(^|.* )index( .*|\$)" [lindex $entry 5] ] } {
                lappend result [list [lindex $entry 2] [lindex $entry 5]]
                set found 1
            } elseif { $found == 1 } {
                break
            }
        }
        set tki(indices-$infoFileKey) $result
    }
}

#
# Store a list of the index entries that match the search string in
# wvars(indexEntries), update wvars(indexEntriesIndex) and
# wvars(indexInfoFileKey).
#

proc _tkiIndexEntries { w filekey infoFileKey string } {
    global tki; upvar #0 $w wvars

    
    set wvars(indexInfoFileKey) $infoFileKey
    set wvars(indexString) $string

    if { $string == "" } {
        set wvars(indexEntries) $tki(indices-$infoFileKey)
        set wvars(indexEntriesIndex) 0
        return ""
    }


    set result1 ""
    set result2 ""
    set result3 ""
    set searchstring [string tolower $string]

    foreach indexlist $tki(indices-$infoFileKey) {
        set index [lindex $indexlist 0]
        set indexref [tkiGetNodeRef $index $filekey]
        if {$indexref == ""} {
            set wvars(indexEntries) ""
            return
        }
        set indexfilekey [lindex $indexref 1]
        set indexnodeidx [lindex $indexref 0]
        if [info exist tki(menuinfo-$indexfilekey-$indexnodeidx)] {
            set indexmenu $tki(menuinfo-$indexfilekey-$indexnodeidx)
        } else {
            set indexmenu [tkiNodeParseMenu $index $indexnodeidx $indexfilekey [lindex $tki(nodesbody-$indexfilekey) $indexnodeidx]]
        }
        foreach entry $indexmenu {
            set label [lindex $entry 5]
            set labellc [string tolower [lindex $entry 5]]
            set node [lindex $entry 2]
            if { $searchstring == $labellc } {
                lappend result1 [list $node $label]
            } else {
                set idx [string first $searchstring $labellc]
                if { $idx == 0 } {
                    lappend result2 [list $node $label]
                } elseif { $idx > 0 } {
                    lappend result3 [list $node $label]
                }
            }
        }
    }
    tkiStatus "Searching for relevant index entries..." $w 0

    set nodesfk [lindex $tki(nodelist-$infoFileKey) 1]
    case [lindex $tki(nodelist-$infoFileKey) 0] {
        "indirfk" {
            set nodelist $tki(indirn-$nodesfk)
            set index 0
        }
        "nodelistfk" {
            set nodelist $tki(nodesinfo-$nodesfk)
            set index 1
        }
    }
    foreach entry $nodelist {
        set labellc [string tolower [lindex $entry $index]]
        set node [lindex $entry $index]
        if { $searchstring == $labellc } {
            lappend result1 [list $node $node]
        } else {
            set idx [string first $searchstring $labellc]
            if { $idx == 0 } {
                lappend result2 [list $node $node]
            } elseif { $idx > 0 } {
                lappend result3 [list $node $node]
            }
        }
    }
    
    set result [concat $result1 $result2 $result3]
    # Now remove doubles:
    set final ""
    set length [llength $result]
    for {set i 0} { $i < $length } {incr i} {
        set node [lindex [lindex $result $i] 0]
        set unique 1
        for {set j 0} { $j < $i } {incr j} {
            if { [lindex [lindex $result $j] 0] == $node } {
                set unique 0; break
            }
        }
        if {$unique} {lappend final [lindex $result $i]}
    }
    set wvars(indexEntries) $final
    set wvars(indexEntriesIndex) 0
    return
}


##########################################################################
# The following material was formerly contained in searchbox.tcl:

#
# SearchBox mega widget
#   incremental and regular expression searching in a text widget
#
#   by Tom Phelps (phelps@cs.Berkeley.EDU)
#
# extracted from and then used by TkMan and NBT 6-Aug-93
#
# 19-Aug  made more robust (Kennard White)
# 5-Nov-97 heavily lobotomized (Axel Boldt)

# requires: proc regexpTextSearch
# name space use: prefixes searchbox, sb


#--------------------------------------------------
#
# searchboxSearch -- initiate a search
#
# params
#    str = string to search for
#    regexp = boolean - regular expression search?
#    casesen = case sensitive?
#    tag = tag to associate with matches
#       (do a `tag bind' in the text widget for this tag)
#    w = text widget
#
# returns: number of matches found, or -1 if error occured.
#--------------------------------------------------

proc searchboxSearch {str regexp casesen tag w} {
   upvar #0 $w wvars

   set tw $w.main.text
   if {$str==""} {
      tkiError "Nothing to search for!"
      return -1
   }

   if {$regexp} {set type regexp} {set type ""}
   set cnt [${type}TextSearch $tw $str $tag $casesen]
   if {$cnt==-1} {tkiError "Malformed regular expression."; return -1}
   if {$cnt==0} {return [_tkiSearchFileForw $w $str $regexp $casesen 0]}
   set txt "Hit Ctrl-s to search for next \"$str\"."
   set wvars(inSearch) 1
   $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue forward search" -state normal
   $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue backward search" -state normal
   
   tkiStatus $txt $w 1

   # show the first one
   searchboxNext $tag $w 0.0
   return $cnt
}

proc searchboxSearchBackw {str regexp casesen tag w} {
   upvar #0 $w wvars

   set tw $w.main.text
   if {$str==""} {
      tkiError "Nothing to search for!"
      return -1
   }

   if {$regexp} {set type regexp} {set type ""}
   set cnt [${type}TextSearch $tw $str $tag $casesen]
   if {$cnt==-1} {tkiError "Malformed regular expression."; return -1}
   if {$cnt==0} {return [_tkiSearchFileBackw $w $str $regexp $casesen 0]}
   set txt "Hit Ctrl-r to search for previous \"$str\"."
   set wvars(inSearch) 1
   $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue forward search" -state normal
   $w.bar.search.m entryconf "Continue backward search" -state normal
   
   tkiStatus $txt $w 1

   # show the first one
   searchboxPrev $tag $w [$tw index end]
   return $cnt
}

#--------------------------------------------------
#
# searchboxNext -- show the next match
#
# params
#    tag = tag to search for (see searchboxSearch)
#    w = text widget
#    next = index to start search; defaults to last visible line
#
# returns: -1 if there is no next match
#--------------------------------------------------
proc searchboxNext {tag w {next ""}} {
    upvar #0 $w wvars 

    set tw $w.main.text
    if { [$tw tag ranges $tag] == ""} {return 0}
    if { $next == ""} {
        set next [lindex [_tkiWinVisibleInfo $tw] 1]
    }
    set tmp [$tw tag nextrange $tag $next]
    if { $tmp == "" } {
        return -1
    } else {
        $tw yview -pickplace [lindex $tmp 0]
   }
}

#--------------------------------------------------
#
# searchboxPrev -- show the previous match
#
# params
#    tag = tag to search for (see searchboxSearch)
#    w = text widget
#    next = index to start search; defaults to top of window
#
# returns: -1 if there is no next match
#--------------------------------------------------
proc searchboxPrev {tag w {next ""}} {
    upvar #0 $w wvars 

    set tw $w.main.text
    if { [$tw tag ranges $tag] == ""} {return 0}
    set top [$tw index @0,0]
    if { $next == ""} {set next $top}
    set tmp [_tkiprevrange $tw $tag $next]

    if { $tmp == ""} {
        return -1
    } else {
        $tw yview -pickplace [lindex $tmp 0]
   }
}



# swiped from mkTextSearch w
#
# The utility procedure below searches for all instances of a
# given string in a text widget and applies a given tag to each
# instance found.
# Arguments:
#
# w -		The window in which to search.  Must be a text widget.
# string -	The string to search for.  The search is done using
#		exact matching only;  no special characters.
# tag -		Tag to apply to each instance of a matching string.
# case -        (optional) case sensitive?
proc TextSearch {w string tag {case 1}} {
   set cnt 0

    $w tag remove $tag 0.0 end
    scan [$w index end] %d numLines
    set l [string length $string]
    if {!$case} {set string [string tolower $string]}
    for {set i 1} {$i <= $numLines} {incr i} {
	set match [$w get $i.0 $i.end]
	if {!$case} {set match [string tolower $match]}
	if {[string first $string $match] == -1} {
	    continue
	}
	set line $match
	set offset 0
	while 1 {
	    set index [string first $string $line]
	    if {$index < 0} {
		break
	    }
	    incr offset $index
	    $w tag add $tag $i.[expr $offset] $i.[expr $offset+$l]
            $w tag raise $tag
            incr cnt
	    incr offset $l
	    # below bug fix from mkSearch.tcl
	    set line [string range $line [expr $index+$l] end]
	}
    }
   return $cnt
}


# modified to handle regexp's and return # of matches -TAP
proc regexpTextSearch {w string tag {case 1}} {
   set cnt 0
   if {$case} {set case ""} {set case "-nocase"}
   if {[catch {regexp -- $string bozomaniac}]} {return -1}

    $w tag remove $tag 0.0 end
    scan [$w index end] %d numLines

    for {set i 1} {$i <= $numLines} {incr i} {
      set line [$w get $i.0 $i.end]
      set offset 0
      while 1 {
         if {![eval regexp $case -indices -- {$string} {$line} match]} break
         scan $match "%d %d" index iend
         $w tag add $tag $i.[expr $offset+$index] $i.[expr $offset+$iend+1]
         $w tag raise $tag
         set line [string range $line [expr $iend+1] end]
         incr offset [expr $iend+1]
         incr cnt
      }
   }
   return $cnt
}


##########################################################################
# The following material was formerly contained in topgetopt.tcl:

#
# The function has "top" prefix b/c it is conceptually part of my "top" library.
#
# Authors: Kennard White (kennard@ohm.eecs.berkeley.edu)
#	   Phil Lapsley (phil@ohm.eecs.berkeley.edu)
#
# Based on "@(#)getopt.tcl 1.5 12/7/91" by Phil Lapsley
#

# Simple "getopt" for TCL.
#
# topgetopt ?-any? ?-all? opt_list arg_list
# The proc will process the arguments in {arg_list} according to the
# information in {opt_list}.  Processed arguments are passed back
# to the caller by setting variables in the caller's proc-environment
# (i.e., using upvar).
#
# option_list is a list of option specs.  Each spec is a 3-tuple:
#	{ optname varname mode }
# optname is the name of the option to be parsed (without the leading dash).
# varname is the name of a tcl variable in the caller's environment.
#	If ommitted, the varname defaults to the optname.
# mode describes the type of option. If ommitted, it defaults to "single".
#	The modes:
# 	  single:	sets the variable to the next argument.
# 	  append:	lappends the next argument to the variable.
#			this allows multiple instances of the same option.
#	  boolean:	sets the variable to 0 if the argument prefix is "+"
#			 and to 1 of the argument prefix is "-".
#
# "topgetopt" sets the variables named in the option_list that were
# specified in arg_list, and returns the remainder of arg_list after
# the first non "-" or "+" option.  If a bad option specifier is
# encountered, scanning stops and getopt aborts using error.
#
# If -all is specified, then everything in arg_list must match an
# option in opt_list; that is, there may be no "leftover" arguments.
#
# If -any is specified, then processing will stop at the first
# unmatched option.  That is, the returned list of unprocessed
# arguments may contain unregcognized options.
#
# For example, the option_list:
#
#	{ min max { file filename } { toplevel toplevel boolean } }
#
# means that the option "-min value" or "-max value" should set the
# variables "min" or "max" to the specified value, and "-file foo.txt"
# should set the variable "filename" to foo.txt.  "toplevel"
# sets the variable "toplevel", and is a boolean:  the option "-toplevel"
# would set the variable "toplevel" to 1, while the option "+toplevel"
# would set the variable "toplevel" to 0.
#
# In typical usage, the caller will first initialize all the option
# variables to default values, and then call topgetopt.
#

proc topgetopt { args } {
    set do_all 0
    set do_any 0
    if { [lindex $args 0] == "-all" } {
	set do_all 1
	set args [lreplace $args 0 0]
    }
    if { [lindex $args 0] == "-any" } {
	set do_any 1
	set args [lreplace $args 0 0]
    }
    if { [llength $args] != 2 } {
	error "topgetopt: programming error: wrong number arguments\n$args"
    }
    set opt_list [lindex $args 0]
    set arg_list [lindex $args 1]

    set n [llength $arg_list]
    for { set i 0 } { $i < $n } { incr i } {
	set arg [lindex $arg_list $i]
	set argkey [string index $arg 0]
	if { $argkey != "-" && $argkey != "+" } {
	    if { $do_all } {
		error "Extra arguments after options not allowed: ``$arg''"
	    }
	    break
	}
	set argname [string range $arg 1 end]
	set matched 0
	foreach opt $opt_list {
	    if { [lindex $opt 0] == $argname } {
		set optlen [llength $opt]
		set pntVar pntVar$i
		upvar 1 [lindex $opt [expr { ($optlen > 1) ? 1 : 0 }]] $pntVar
		# lindex returns empty string for out-of-range
		case [lindex $opt 2] {
		  b* {
		    set $pntVar [expr { $argkey == "-" ? 1 : 0}]
		  }
		  a* {
		    lappend $pntVar [lindex $arg_list [incr i 1] ]
		  }
	          default {
		    set $pntVar [lindex $arg_list [incr i 1] ]
		  }
		}
		set matched 1
		break
	    }
	}
	if { $matched == 0 } {
	    if { $do_any } {
		break
	    } else {
	        error "No match for argument ``$arg''"
	    }
	}
    }
    return [lrange $arg_list $i end]
}

#########################################################################
# Balloon help, by John Haxby <jch@pwd.hp.com>, with slight changes
# by Axel Boldt <axelboldt@yahoo.com>.
#

proc tkiBalloonInit {} {
    global tki

    
bind balloon <Enter> {
    if { [info exists balloonHelp(%W)] && [%W cget -state] != "disabled"} {
        set balloonHelp(%W,after) [after $tki(balloonDelay) {showBalloonHelp %W}]
    }
}   

bind balloon <Leave> {
    unShowBalloonHelp %W
}

bind balloon <Any-KeyPress> {
    unShowBalloonHelp %W
}

bind balloon <Any-Button> {
    unShowBalloonHelp %W
}
proc showBalloonHelp {w} {
    global tki balloonHelp
    if {![info exists balloonHelp($w)] || ! $tki(showBalloonsB) } {
        return
    }
    update idletasks
    set curpos [winfo pointerxy $w]
    set curwin [eval winfo containing $curpos]
    if { $w == $curwin } {
        if ![winfo exists .balloon] {
            toplevel .balloon
            wm overrideredirect .balloon true
            pack [label .balloon.l \
                    -foreground black \
                    -background $tki(balloonBackground) \
                    -highlightthickness 1 \
                    -highlightbackground black]
            wm withdraw .balloon
        }
        .balloon.l configure -text $balloonHelp($w)
        set x [expr [lindex $curpos 0]-14]
        set y [expr [lindex $curpos 1]+19]
        wm geometry .balloon +$x+$y
        # This update is important to have the geometry command take 
        # effect in all cases (A.B.)
        update idletasks
        raise .balloon
        wm deiconify .balloon
    }
}
proc unShowBalloonHelp {w} {
    global balloonHelp
    if [info exists balloonHelp($w,after)] {
        after cancel $balloonHelp($w,after)
        unset balloonHelp($w,after)
    }
    catch {wm withdraw .balloon}
}

# end of proc tkiBalloonInit
} 


##########################################################################
##########################################################################
# Now start the main routines:


tkiReset
tkiBoot


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