wintext

WINTEXT(1)                   General Commands Manual                  WINTEXT(1)



NAME
       wintext, ", "" - access text in current window

SYNOPSIS
       wintext
        [ prefix ]
        [ prefix ]

DESCRIPTION
       Wintext prints the text of the current win (see acme(1)), 9term(1), or
       (Unix's) tmux(1) window to standard output.

        searches the window text for commands typed with a particular prefix and
       prints them, indented, to standard output.  Prefix is a regular
       expression that is matched against the beginning of the command-line.  If
       prefix is omitted,  prints the last command executed.   prints the last
       command that  would print and then executes it by piping it into rc(1).

       Both  and  identify commands in the window text by looking for lines
       beginning with a shell prompt.  Prompts are assumed to be an unindented
       sequence of non-whitespace characters followed by one of the characters
       %, ;, $, or #.

EXAMPLES
       Print the ls(1) and lc commands executed in this window:

              %  'l[sc]'
                  % ls -l /tmp/qq*
                  # ls -lrt /etc
                  % lc r*
              %

       Execute the most recent lc command again:

              %  lc
                  % lc r*
              ramfs   rc      read    rio     rm
              %

SEE ALSO
       9term(1), acme(1)

SOURCE
       /bin

BUGS
        and  are hard to type in shells other than rc(1).



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