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Default avatar Evan Gates
and i forgot to reunchange the version
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0.5
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset c5930e68c3a4
Default avatar Evan Gates
ok, it's really really really solved this time, i promise
Default avatar Evan Gates
next version will be 0.6. ok, now i really fixed the problem, and tagged it 0.5 (i'm a bit of a mercurial idiot at times, ignore the 5 or so tags)
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset cca5c7ec659d
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0.5 again
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset 59852e515d2c
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset 298c09b4034d
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset 0609a2d8506b
Default avatar Evan Gates
do the read without checking read length against buf length, that scared me
Default avatar Evan Gates
next version will be 0.6 (ok, 0.5 was bugfix, now we don't miss anything when writing, 0.6 should support utf8, in theory)
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.5 for changeset 20e6d2038389
Default avatar Evan Gates
i'm a dumbass sometimes
Default avatar Evan Gates
change from file descriptors to streams so i can use fgets/fputs, and the rest because puts(3) says don't mix calls to stdio output functions with calls to write(2)
Default avatar Evan Gates
next version will be 0.5 (and hopefully support utf8)
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.4 for changeset 82792ad5a021
Default avatar Evan Gates
get rid of bell option, this can be done with sed
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0.4
Default avatar Evan Gates
small scrolling fix
Default avatar Evan Gates
fix up man page
Default avatar Evan Gates
added -b for bell on new output
Default avatar Evan Gates
indentation, yes it got me again
Default avatar Evan Gates
change line editing back to stdout. the whole srw tail -f > in idea was wrong, seeing as tail doesn't cat. that being said i made a simple program that did tail -f with inotify and echoed from stdin to stdout, but it turns out you can't tell the difference between stdin and stdout from a pty
Default avatar Evan Gates
i was trying to eat unsupported escape codes all wrong, not that i'm doing it correctly now, but at it least it works better
Default avatar Evan Gates
do all the line editing on stderr, so we can redirect output, which means that the cw part of pcw is really not needed if we just do 'srw tail -f > in'. the only problems with that are that tail -f updates periodically (use inotail?) and ii doesn't create |in automagically. if that's fixed then i can get rid of cw
Default avatar Evan Gates
next version will be 0.4
Default avatar Evan Gates
Added tag 0.3 for changeset ebf708a100b7
Default avatar Evan Gates
eat unknown escape codes
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0.3
Default avatar Evan Gates
add Home, End, Delete, tried fancier MIN/MAX macros to make sure nothing is evaluated twice, but it's not worth getting rid of the -pedantic flag, so i'll just try to be safe and not use MIN/MAX with a function call or increment/decrement
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update man page
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added ^B ^F ^K
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