This determines how much output the library generates, especially when it is parsing Psion files. There are five levels of verbosity; higher numbers generate more output.
Programs can use their own error/information reporting routines; by default, everything is logged to stderr.
Color Either 0 for greyscale displayes or 1 for color displays ColorDepth The number of bits used to encode colors or hues of grey. RedBits, GreenBits and BlueBits If you have a color display, colors may be encoded either as RGB colors or as entries in a palet. In the first case, set here the number of bits used to encode red, green and blue. Make sure the sum of these bit numbers equals the ColorDepth set above. To use one of the default palets, set all three to zero. If you have a greyscale display, these settings are ignored.
CharacterSet The character set used in EPOC files. 0 is Unicode (Eastern Psions), 1 is IBM Codepage 1252 (Western Europe Psions). Char0, Char1, Char2, ... Change a single character in the character set. The number in the variable name is the index in the EPOC character set (0 to 255), the value is a Unicode index (0 to 65535). UnknownEPOCChar When translating from Unicode back to EPOC format, the Unicode character may not be presentable. This is the Psion codepage character number to use in this case. Allowed values: 0 to 255. UnknownUnicodeChar When translating from EPOC format to Unicode, the EPOC character may not be known. This is the Unicode character number to use in this case. The default below is a question mark. Allowed values: 0 to 65535.
The defaults for a western Psion 5 would be:Color = 0
ColorDepth = 2
#RedBits = 0
#GreenBits = 0
#BlueBits = 0
CharacterSet = 1
UnknownUnicodeChar = 63
UnknownEPOCChar = 63
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|0.9.9||PSICONV.CONF (5)||October 19, 2014|