|Subject:||Re: Send break to screen|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Sep 2016 10:11:10 +0800|
On Thu, 29 Sep 2016, Clark Wang wrote:
Where is this kind of usage (stuff ^X) documented? I did not found it in
The 'stuff' command is in the screen manpage:
Stuff the string string in the input buffer of the current window.
This is like the "paste" command but with much less overhead. Without
a parameter, screen will prompt for a string to stuff. You cannot
paste large buffers with the "stuff" command. It is most useful for key
bindings. See also "bindkey".
The usage they are using is a combo of using 'stuff' with the '-X' flag
which lets you send commands to a screen session via the shell (rather
than from the : prompt inside of screen).
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