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# This mapfile (or version script) lists the public symbols that are
# publically exported by each version of the tecla library. This file
# has the format required by the Sun and Linux linkers, and also acts
# as a template from which map files for other systems can be derived
# with awk or sed.
#
# Under Solaris and Linux, this map file is used by ld during shared
# library creation. It has two purposes:
#
# 1. It specifies which symbols in the library are to be made visible
#    to applications. This has the dual benefits of reducing namespace
#    polution, and of preventing applications from using private
#    internal library functions that might change or disappear in
#    future releases.
#
# 2. The information listed in this file is recorded in the shared
#    library, such that when an application is linked against it, the
#    linker can record a dependency in the application which says
#    which is the earliest library version which included all of the
#    symbols that the application needs. This means that if the
#    application is copied to another system that has an earlier
#    version of the library, the linker can quickly determine whether
#    the earlier version contains all of the symbols that it needs.
#
# Under Linux, mapfiles can also be used to allow multiple
# incompatible versions of a given function to exist in a library,
# thus supporting applications that were compiled against different
# incompatible versions of the library. Since this feature (and the
# inclusion of .symver directives) isn't supported by Solaris, it
# can't be included in this file. Non backwards compatibility in the
# ABI must instead be handled in the more traditional way, by
# incrementing the major version number.
#
# When a new minor release is made, a new tecla_1.x specification
# should be added which inherits the symbols of the previous release
# and lists newly added functions. For example, below you will find
# the following clause:
#
# tecla_1.3 {
#    global:
#	ef_list_expansions;
# } tecla_1.2;
#
# This says that ef_list_expansions is the name of a public function
# that was added in the 1.3 release, and that the symbols defined in
# the previous tecla_1.2 clause have been inherited by tecla_1.3.
#
# For more details see the following URL:
#
# http://www.usenix.org/publications/library/proceedings/als2000/browndavid.html
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

tecla_1.2 {
    global:
	cfc_file_start;
	cfc_literal_escapes;
	cfc_set_check_fn;
	cpl_add_completion;
	cpl_check_exe;
	cpl_complete_word;
	cpl_file_completions;
	cpl_init_FileArgs;
	cpl_last_error;
	cpl_list_completions;
	cpl_record_error;
	del_CplFileConf;
	del_ExpandFile;
	del_GetLine;
	del_PathCache;
	del_PcaPathConf;
	del_WordCompletion;
	ef_expand_file;
	ef_last_error;
	gl_change_terminal;
	gl_customize_completion;
	gl_get_line;
	new_CplFileConf;
	new_ExpandFile;
	new_GetLine;
	new_PathCache;
	new_PcaPathConf;
	new_WordCompletion;
	pca_last_error;
	pca_lookup_file;
	pca_path_completions;
	pca_scan_path;
	pca_set_check_fn;
	ppc_file_start;
	ppc_literal_escapes;

    local:
	*;
};

tecla_1.3 {
    global:
	ef_list_expansions;
} tecla_1.2;

tecla_1.4 {
    global:
	gl_configure_getline;
	gl_save_history;
	gl_load_history;
	gl_group_history;
	gl_show_history;
	gl_resize_history;
	gl_limit_history;
	gl_clear_history;
	gl_toggle_history;
	gl_watch_fd;
	libtecla_version;
	gl_terminal_size;
	gl_state_of_history;
	gl_range_of_history;
	gl_size_of_history;
	gl_lookup_history;
	gl_echo_mode;
	gl_replace_prompt;
	gl_prompt_style;
	gl_ignore_signal;
	gl_trap_signal;
	gl_last_signal;
} tecla_1.3;

tecla_l.5 {
   global:
	gl_inactivity_timeout;
	gl_completion_action;
	gl_register_action;
	gl_display_text;
	gl_error_message;
	gl_return_status;
	gl_set_term_size;
        gl_list_signals;
	gl_catch_blocked;
	gl_io_mode;
	gl_raw_io;
	gl_normal_io;
	gl_tty_signals;
	gl_abandon_line;
	gl_handle_signal;
	gl_pending_io;
	gl_bind_keyseq;
	cpl_recall_matches;
	gl_erase_terminal;
} tecla_1.4;

tecla_1.6 {
   global:
	gl_append_history;
	gl_automatic_history;
	gl_query_char;
	gl_read_char;
} tecla_l.5;