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authorFerenc Wágner <wferi@niif.hu>2014-07-03 18:06:54 +0200
committerFerenc Wágner <wferi@niif.hu>2014-10-11 21:59:15 +0200
commitca010f436d431edc8f4bd4a17819d5fe6c6c9570 (patch)
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lua: docs: remove overall indentation and some verbose cruft from the examples
Signed-off-by: Ferenc Wágner <wferi@niif.hu>
-rw-r--r--com32/lua/doc/syslinux.asc203
1 files changed, 99 insertions, 104 deletions
diff --git a/com32/lua/doc/syslinux.asc b/com32/lua/doc/syslinux.asc
index 6b53024e..6da9b798 100644
--- a/com32/lua/doc/syslinux.asc
+++ b/com32/lua/doc/syslinux.asc
@@ -53,8 +53,8 @@ Execute syslinux command line +command+.
_Example_:
......................................................
- local sl = require "syslinux"
- sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
+local sl = require "syslinux"
+sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
......................................................
.run_default()
@@ -111,25 +111,25 @@ initialized, +file+ has been loaded by loadfile().
_Example_:
......................................................
- local sl = require "syslinux"
-
- -- get nice output
- printf = function(s,...)
- return io.write(s:format(...))
- end -- function
-
- kernel = sl.loadfile("/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/linux")
-
- printf("Filename/size: %s %d\n", sl.filename(kernel), sl.filesize(kernel))
-
- initrd = sl.loadfile("/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/initrd")
-
- printf("Filename/size: %s %d\n", sl.filename(initrd), sl.filesize(initrd))
-
- initrd = sl.initramfs_init()
- sl.initramfs_load_archive(initrd, "/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/initrd");
-
- sl.boot_it(kernel, initrd, "init=/bin/bash")
+local sl = require "syslinux"
+
+-- get nice output
+printf = function(s,...)
+ return io.write(s:format(...))
+ end -- function
+
+kernel = sl.loadfile("/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/linux")
+
+printf("Filename/size: %s %d\n", sl.filename(kernel), sl.filesize(kernel))
+
+initrd = sl.loadfile("/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/initrd")
+
+printf("Filename/size: %s %d\n", sl.filename(initrd), sl.filesize(initrd))
+
+initrd = sl.initramfs_init()
+sl.initramfs_load_archive(initrd, "/SuSE-11.1/x86_64/initrd");
+
+sl.boot_it(kernel, initrd, "init=/bin/bash")
......................................................
.KEY
@@ -157,35 +157,35 @@ Returns +true+ if DMI is supported on machine, +false+ otherwise.
.gettable()
-Returns a list if key-value pairs. The key is one of the DMI property strings:
+Returns a list of key-value pairs. The key is one of the DMI property strings:
FIXME list
_Example_:
......................................................
- local sl = require "syslinux"
- local dmi = require "dmi"
-
- if (dmi.supported()) then
-
- dmitable = dmi.gettable()
-
- for k,v in pairs(dmitable) do
- print(k, v)
- end
-
- print(dmitable.system.manufacturer)
- print(dmitable.system.product_name)
- print(dmitable.bios.bios_revision)
-
- if ( string.match(dmitable.system.product_name, "ESPRIMO P7935") ) then
- print("Matches")
- sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
- else
- print("Does not match")
- sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
- end
-
- end
+local sl = require "syslinux"
+local dmi = require "dmi"
+
+if (dmi.supported()) then
+
+ dmitable = dmi.gettable()
+
+ for k,v in pairs(dmitable) do
+ print(k, v)
+ end
+
+ print(dmitable.system.manufacturer)
+ print(dmitable.system.product_name)
+ print(dmitable.bios.bios_revision)
+
+ if ( string.match(dmitable.system.product_name, "ESPRIMO P7935") ) then
+ print("Matches")
+ sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
+ else
+ print("Does not match")
+ sl.run_command("memdisk initrd=/dos/BIOS/FSC-P7935-108.img raw")
+ end
+
+end
......................................................
@@ -221,10 +221,10 @@ pciids = pci.getidlist("/pci.ids")
for dind,device in pairs(pciinfo) do
-- search for device description
- search = string.format("%04x%04x", device['vendor'], device['product'])
+ search = string.format("%04x%04x", device.vendor, device.product)
- printf(" %04x:%04x:%04x:%04x = ", device['vendor'], device['product'],
- device['sub_vendor'], device['sub_product'])
+ printf(" %04x:%04x:%04x:%04x = ", device.vendor, device.product,
+ device.sub_vendor, device.sub_product)
if ( pciids[search] ) then
printf("%s\n", pciids[search])
@@ -250,20 +250,17 @@ Return list of available VESA modes.
_Example_:
......................................................
- local vesa = require "vesa"
-
- -- get nice output
- printf = function(s,...)
- return io.write(s:format(...))
- end
-
- -- list available vesa modes
- -- only one supported right now, not of much use
- modes = vesa.getmodes()
-
- for mind,mode in pairs(modes) do
- printf("%04x: %dx%dx%d\n", mode['mode'], mode['hres'], mode['vres'], mode['bpp'])
- end
+local vesa = require "vesa"
+
+-- get nice output
+printf = function(s,...)
+ return io.write(s:format(...))
+ end
+
+-- list available vesa modes
+for mind,mode in pairs(vesa.getmodes()) do
+ printf("%04x: %dx%dx%d\n", mode.mode, mode.hres, mode.vres, mode.bpp)
+end
......................................................
@@ -277,46 +274,44 @@ Load +filename+ from TFTP, and use it as background image.
_Example_:
......................................................
- local sl = require "syslinux"
- local vesa = require "vesa"
-
- -- get nice output
- printf = function(s,...)
- return io.write(s:format(...))
- end
-
- -- lets go to graphics land
- vesa.setmode()
-
- printf("Hello World! - VESA mode")
-
- -- some text to display "typing style"
- textline=[[
- From syslinux GSOC 2009 home page:
-
- Finish the Lua engine
-
- We already have a Lua interpreter integrated with the Syslinux build. However, right now it is not very useful. We need to create a set of bindings to the Syslinux functionality, and have an array of documentation and examples so users can use them.
-
- This is not a documentation project, but the documentation deliverable will be particularly important for this one, since the intended target is system administrators, not developers.
- ]]
-
-
- -- do display loop
- -- keep in mind: background change will not erase text!
- while ( true ) do
-
- vesa.load_background("/background1.jpg")
-
- sl.sleep(1)
-
- for i = 1, #textline do
- local c = textline:sub(i,i)
- printf("%s", c)
- sl.msleep(200)
- end
-
- sl.sleep(10)
+local sl = require "syslinux"
+local vesa = require "vesa"
-......................................................
+-- get nice output
+printf = function(s,...)
+ return io.write(s:format(...))
+ end
+
+-- lets go to graphics land
+vesa.setmode()
+printf("Hello World! - VESA mode")
+
+-- some text to display "typing style"
+textline=[[
+From syslinux GSOC 2009 home page:
+
+Finish the Lua engine
+
+We already have a Lua interpreter integrated with the Syslinux build. However, right now it is not very useful. We need to create a set of bindings to the Syslinux functionality, and have an array of documentation and examples so users can use them.
+
+This is not a documentation project, but the documentation deliverable will be particularly important for this one, since the intended target is system administrators, not developers.
+]]
+
+
+-- do display loop
+-- keep in mind: background change will not erase text!
+while ( true ) do
+
+vesa.load_background("/background1.jpg")
+
+sl.sleep(1)
+
+for i = 1, #textline do
+ local c = textline:sub(i,i)
+ printf("%s", c)
+ sl.msleep(200)
+end
+
+sl.sleep(10)
+......................................................