Initializes the video translation tableint sm_vinit(char *video_address);int sm_n_vinit(char *video_file);
- The address of a memory-resident video file. Create this file with
bin2cutilities, then compile it into the application.
- The name of a video file, set in the
SMVIDEOvariable that is specified in the setup file or in the environment.
sm_n_vinitinitialize the video translation table. Panther uses one of these functions during program initialization, depending on whether the video file is memory-resident or resides on disk. These functions can also be called directly by an application program.
sm_vinitfails, you can generate error messages through
sm_inimsg. This function creates formatted output that you can display through other library functions like
/* Install a memory-resident video file */
extern char special_vid;