WINTEXT(1)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)) or 9term(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
/usr/local/plan9/bin

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

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