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Because AbsoluteTelnet and CSTelnet are based off of the same telnet engine, VTTest scores are identical for each. 
 
VTTEST VT100/VT102 Compatibility Test Score Sheet
Program and version: Celestial Software 1.5 and above Date: ____10 Jan 98___
Score: ____98____ + Extra credit: ____5____ = Final score: ____103___
Check box if test passed.  Score 1 point per check mark.
Perfect score = 100 points.  Extra credit at end.

1. Test of cursor movements

[1]   1. Text inside frame of E's inside frame of *'s and +'s, 80 columns
[1]   2. Text inside frame of E's inside frame of *'s and +'s, 132 columns
[1]   3. Cursor-control chars inside ESC sequences
[1]   4. Leading 0's in ESC sequences

2. Test of screen features

[1]   5. Three identical lines of *'s (test of wrap mode)
[1]   6. Test of tab setting/resetting
[1]   7. 132-column mode, light background
[1]   8. 80-column mode, light background
[1]   9. 132-column mode, dark background
[1]  10. 80-column mode, dark background
[1]  11. Soft scroll down
[1]  12. Soft scroll up / down
[1]  13. Jump scroll down
[1]  14. Jump scroll up / down
[1]  15. Origin mode test (2 parts)

     Graphic Rendition test pattern, dark background

[1]  16. Normal ("vanilla")
[1]  17. Normal underlined distinct from normal
[1]  18. Normal blink distinct from all above
[1]  19. Normal underline blink distinct from all above
[1]  20. Normal reverse ("negative") distinct from all above
[1]  21. Normal underline reverse distinct from all above
[1]  22. Normal blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  23. Normal underline blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  24. Bold distinct from all above
[1]  25. Bold underlined distinct from all above
[1]  26. Bold blink distinct from all above
[1]  27. Bold underline blink distinct from all above
[1]  28. Bold reverse ("negative") distinct from all above
[1]  29. Bold underline reverse distinct from all above
[1]  30. Bold blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  31. Bold underline blink reverse distinct from all above

     Graphic Rendition test pattern, light background

[1]  32. Normal ("vanilla")
[1]  33. Normal underlined distinct from normal
[1]  34. Normal blink distinct from all above
[1]  35. Normal underline blink distinct from all above
[1]  36. Normal reverse ("negative") distinct from all above
[1]  37. Normal underline reverse distinct from all above
[1]  38. Normal blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  39. Normal underline blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  40. Bold distinct from all above
[1]  41. Bold underlined distinct from all above
[1]  42. Bold blink distinct from all above
[1]  43. Bold underline blink distinct from all above
[1]  44. Bold reverse ("negative") distinct from all above
[1]  45. Bold underline reverse distinct from all above
[1]  46. Bold blink reverse distinct from all above
[1]  47. Bold underline blink reverse distinct from all above

     Save/Restore Cursor 

[1]  48. AAAA's correctly placed
[1]  49. Lines correctly rendered (middle of character cell)
[1]  50. Diamonds correctly rendered

3. Test of character sets

[1]  51. UK/National shows Pound Sterling sign in 3rd position
[1]  52. US ASCII shows number sign in 3rd position
[1]  53. SO/SI works (right columns identical with left columns)
[1]  54. True special graphics & line drawing chars, not simulated by ASCII

4. Test of double-sized chars

     Test 1 in 80-column mode:

[1]  55. Left margin correct
[1]  56. Width correct

     Test 2 in 80-column mode:

[1]  57. Left margin correct
[1]  58. Width correct

     Test 1 in 132-column mode:

[1]  59. Left margin correct
[1]  60. Width correct

     Test 2 in 132-column mode:

[1]  61. Left margin correct
[1]  62. Width correct

[1]  63. "The man programmer strikes again" test pattern
[1]  64. "Exactly half the box should remain"

5. Test of keyboard

[0]  65. LEDs.
[0]  66. Autorepeat
[1]  67. "Press each key" (ability to send each ASCII graphic char)
[1]  68. Arrow keys (ANSI/Cursor key mode reset)
[1]  69. Arrow keys (ANSI/Cursor key mode set)
[1]  70. Arrow keys VT52 mode
[1]  71. PF keys numeric mode
[1]  72. PF keys application mode
[1]  73. PF keys VT52 numeric mode
[1]  74. PF keys VT52 application mode
[1]  75. Send answerback message from keyboard
[1]  76. Ability to send every control character

6. Test of Terminal Reports

[1]  77. Respond to ENQ with answerback
[1]  78. Newline mode set
[1]  79. Newline mode reset
[1]  80. Device status report 5
[1]  81. Device status report 6
[1]  82. Device attributes report
[1]  83. Request terminal parameters 0
[1]  84. Request terminal parameters 1

7. Test of VT52 submode

[1]  85. Centered rectangle
[1]  86. Normal character set
[1]  87. Graphics character set
[1]  88. Identify query

8. VT102 Features

[1]  89. Insert/delete line, 80 columns
[1]  90. Insert (character) mode, 80 columns
[1]  91. Delete character, 80 columns
[1]  92. Right column staggered by 1 (normal chars), 80 columns
[1]  93. Right column staggered by 1 (double-wide chars), 80 columns
[1]  94. ANSI insert character, 80 columns
[1]  95. Insert/delete line, 132 columns
[1]  96. Insert (character) mode, 132 columns
[1]  97. Delete character, 132 columns
[1]  98. Right column staggered by 1 (normal chars), 132 columns
[1]  99. Right column staggered by 1 (double-wide chars), 132 columns
[1] 100. ANSI insert character, 132 columns

9. Extra credit

[1] 101. True soft (smooth) scroll
[1] 102. True underline
[1] 103. True blink
[1] 104. True double-high/wide lines, not simulated
[1] 105. Reset terminal (*)
[0] 106. Interpret controls (debug mode) (*)
[0] 107. Send BREAK (250 msec) (*)
[0] 108. Send Long BREAK (1.5 sec) (*)
[0] 109. Host-controlled transparent / controller print (*)
[0] 110. Host-controlled autoprint (*)

(*) Features of VT100 not tested by vttest.

Last Updated on Friday, December 05, 2008 04:02 am  

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