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Copyright (c) 2003 Bruno T. C. de Oliveira

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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Copyright (c) 2002 Bruno T. C. de Oliveira

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#ifndef _btco_aewan_ui_h
#define _btco_aewan_ui_h

#include <stdbool.h>
#include <bores.h>

extern int ui_cancel;  /* raised if the user cancels input in any of the
                        * ui_* functions. */

/* Asks the user to input an integer number. Presents the given prompt.
 * If the user just presses ENTER, returns <def>. Otherwise, returns
 * the user's input if min <= input <= max. If the user input is not
 * in the [min,max] interval, keeps asking again until the user inputs
 * a valid value. If the user presses ESC, or Ctrl+C or any such thing,
 * the return value is undefined and the global flag ui_cancel is raised.
 * The ui_cancel flag is lowered at the beginning of the operation, so
 * there is no need to lower it before calling this function. */
int ui_ask_i(const char *prompt, int def, int min, int max);

/* Asks the user to input a string. Behavior is similar to ui_ask_i.
 * The returned string is dynamically allocated and should be free()'d
 * by the caller. Even if the default value is returned, the return value
 * is an strdup()'ed value, so it should be free()'d by caller even in
 * that case. */
char *ui_ask_s(const char *prompt, const char *def);

/* Asks the user a color. Similar to the other ui_ask_ functions. 
 * Returns the selected color code, between 0 and 15 inclusive. */
int ui_ask_color(const char *prompt);

/* Asks a yes/no question. If <defyes>, the default is yes, otherwise
 * the default is no. Returns whether the user chose yes or not.
 * If the user cancels, ui_cancel is set to true and return value
 * is undefined. */
int ui_ask_yn(const char *prompt, int defyes);

/* Presents a message to the user and awaits for a keypress.
 * If <level> is UIMSG_ERROR, message will be shown as an error condition
 * (i.e. in red and possibly accompanied by a beep). */
void ui_message(const char *msg, int level);
                                 #define UIMSG_INFORM 0
                                 #define UIMSG_ERROR 1


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