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Sun Jan 4 15:47:16 2004 UTC (16 years, 9 months ago) by frodo
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(Frodo) Preparation for the conversion to Unicode.

1 # This is the configuration file for libpsiconv.
2 # By default, the library looks for /etc/psiconv.conf and ~/.psiconv.conf,
3 # but programs may add more entries to this searchpath.
4 # Settings in later files overrule settings in earlier files (so everything
5 # in .psiconv.conf is more important than /etc/psiconv.conf).
6
7 # All lines with only whitespace are ignored.
8 # Comment lines start with a hash (#) and are ignored.
9 # Comments are not allowed after statements.
10
11 # Statements are of the form:
12 # VAR=VALUE
13 # There may be whitespace around the = token.
14 # Variable names are case-insensitive.
15
16
17 ##########################
18 # ALL SETTINGS EXPLAINED #
19 ##########################
20
21 ####################
22 # General settings #
23 ####################
24
25 # The verbosity of the libary
26 # This determines how much output the library generates, especially when it
27 # is parsing Psion files.
28 # There are four levels of verbosity; higher numbers generate more output:
29 # 1: Only display fatal errors
30 # 2: Display warnings and errors
31 # 3: Display progress information
32 # 4: Display debug information
33 # Programs can use their own error/information reporting routines; by default,
34 # everything is logged to stderr.
35 #Verbosity = 2
36
37 ####################
38 # Display settings #
39 ####################
40
41 # Display settings are used when generating image files.
42
43 # Set Color to zero when you have a greyscale display, to one if you
44 # have a color display
45 #Color = 0
46
47 # The number of bits used to encode colors.
48 #ColorDepth = 2
49
50 # If you have a color display, colors may be encoded either as RGB colors
51 # or as entries in a palet. In the first case, set here the number of bits
52 # used to encode red, green and blue. Make sure the sum of these bit numbers
53 # equals the ColorDepth set above. To use one of the default palets,
54 # set all three to zero.
55 # If you have a greyscale display, these settings are ignored.
56 #RedBits = 0
57 #GreenBits = 0
58 #BlueBits = 0
59
60 ############################
61 # Character table settings #
62 ############################
63
64 # Settings to determine the used character set
65
66 # The character set used in EPOC files (individual characters can be
67 # changed below)
68 # 0: IBM Codepage 1252 (Western Europe Psions)
69 # If you have another characterset, please let me know, and I will add it here.
70 #CharacterSet = 0
71
72 # if the character set specified above does not completely match, you can
73 # change individual characters here. The number in the variable name is the
74 # number of the EPOC format character; the number in the value is the
75 # corresponding Unicode codepoint.
76 #Char130 = 33304
77
78 # The unknown character placeholder (EPOC format)
79 # When translating from Unicode back to EPOC format, the Unicode character
80 # may not be presentable. This is the Psion codepage character number to
81 # use in this case. The default below is a question mark.
82 # Allowed values: 0 to 255
83 #UnknownEPOCChar = 63
84
85 # The unknown character placeholder (Unicode format)
86 # When translating from EPOC format to Unicode, the EPOC character
87 # may not be known. This is the Unicode character number to
88 # use in this case. The default below is a question mark.
89 # Allowed values: 0 to 65535
90 #UnknownUnicodeChar = 63
91
92
93 ####################################
94 # DEFAULTS FOR THE PSION 5 AND 5MX #
95 ####################################
96
97 Color = 0
98 ColorDepth = 2
99 #RedBits = 0
100 #GreenBits = 0
101 #BlueBits = 0
102 CharacterSet = 0
103 DefaultChar = 63

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