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Re: how to use "process"?

From: clemens fischer
Subject: Re: how to use "process"?
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 00:02:23 +0200
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On Thu-2009/04/30-16:47 clemens fischer wrote:

> Recently I needed a screen command sequence more complex than the
> usual key "bind" or "stuff".  I turned to "process [key]", as the man
> page said: "command can be used to bind multiple actions to a single
> key".

Would it be true to say that "process" is like "stuff", but it handles
text in registers instead of literal text?

> And while we're at it:  how do I quote the individual commands of an
> "eval"?  Say I want to "register" several commands.  I tried
>  register r "eval 'sth1 arg1' 'sth2 arg2'"

say I have:

  register r "eval 'echo text one' 'sleep 3' 'echo text 2'"

is there a way to evaluate this register as screen commands?


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