TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
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History
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Syntax: #history {command} {argument}
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The history command is used in conjunction with the repeat character which is set to '!' by default. The command history is a list of manually entered commands, by default the last 1000 unique commands are remembered for each session, this can be changed with the config command.
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You can also interactively search the history list by pressing ctrl-r, this works in conjunction with ctrl-p (previous) and ctrl-n (next).
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Each session has its own history list, inherited from the startup session. Using #kill or #kill histories will clear the history list.
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The startup session will try to automatically load/save the command history when you launch/exit tintin. The history file is stored in .tintin/history.txt
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#history {delete}
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#history delete will delete the last command in the command history.
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#history {insert} {command}
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#history insert will add the given command to the end of the command history.
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#history {list}
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#history list will show all entries in the command history.
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#history {read} {filename}
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#history read allows reading in a previously saved command history list. Using event triggers this can be done whenever a session is opened.
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#history {write} {filename}
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#history write allows writing the command history list to file. Using event triggers this can be done whenever a session is closed.
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