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

From: donothing successfully
Subject: Re: Threaded comments & indenting, w3m browser, $TERM=screen.linux
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2011 11:12:28 +0000

On 18 January 2011 00:44, Aaron Davies <address@hidden> wrote:
> 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.

The script utility could be used to capture the raw output of w3m in a
plain console.


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