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Background commands (& terminated)can be specified in the configuration file but their result (stdout and stderr redirection), will be overwritten by the result of newer commands and, if an error occurs, it will not be seen.
gitfm is compiled for
Linux, the default built-in color
descriptions are for color monitors, so you can't (decently) run
gitfm on a b/w monitor without the ‘gnuitrc.TERM’ file
correctly configured. ‘gnuitrc.TERM’ should be configured with
‘AnsiColors’ = OFF. However, if your system knows about the linux-m
terminal type, using that may be a better solution.
Job support is implemented only in
Due to the fact that the ';' character is used as a field separator in the configuration files, you can't write something like that in the ‘gnuitrc.TERM’ files:
^AAA = SHOW-USERS-AND-GROUPS; more /etc/passwd; more /etc/group
because 'more /etc/group' will be considered as a directory to switch to. You must write a small script instead:
more /etc/passwd more /etc/group
Supposing the script name is
show_ug, the ‘gnuitrc.TERM’ line
will look like this:
^AAA = SHOW-USERS-AND-GROUPS; show_ug
There is no support for appearance modes on magic-cookie terminals.
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