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Re: Threaded comments & indenting, w3m browser, $TERM=screen.linux

From: Aaron Davies
Subject: Re: Threaded comments & indenting, w3m browser, $TERM=screen.linux
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 19:44:43 -0500

On Sunday, January 16, 2011, John Magolske  wrote:

> Also, `w3m -dump` behaves this way (some indentation, but after
> one or two levels the comments become flat) regardless of whether
> $TERM= linux, screen.linux, xterm or screen.

Does the literal text (viewed in vi, through cat -v, etc.)from w3m
-dump show any differences when used within or without screen? In
particular, is the indentation implemented with spaces, tabs, or
something else? (ANSI control character possibly?)

Similarly an interactive session in screen could be logged with
screen's "log" (H) command, and a plain console one could potentially
be tee'd or something.

Aaron Davies

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