Our lib5250 is already a "5250 emulation API", why reinvent the wheel?

On Thu, 13 Jun 2002 MarkB@cms400.com wrote:

> Hi, sorry if this is offtopic...
> I'm working on a 5250 emulation API. Most of the work has been done, but I
> am experiencing cursor positioning problems, and noticed in the archives
> that this seems to be a common issue.
> Looking through the tn5250j emulator code, I noticed that IC and MC orders
> are treated the same (so it's broken there as well).
> I also looked through the TN5250 code, but still apparently can't figure
> out my problem.
> Could someone give me a consice set of rules for cursor placement used in
> TN5250? I've been working on this for a while so I "speak the language".
> I do have the "Function Reference" but you all know that this is a terrible
> reference from an implementation standpoint.
> Any help would be much appreciated.
> Mark.
> markb
> at
> cms400
> dot
> com
> P.S. Thanks for TN5250.
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