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It is primarily targeted at individuals who possess a basic understanding of terminal control sequences, especially CSI sequences; however, by default Teseq will try to identify and describe the sequences that it encounters, and the behavior they might produce in a terminal.
This is the README file for GNU Teseq. GNU Teseq is a tool for analyzing files that contain control characters and terminal control sequences. It is intended to be useful for diagnosing terminal emulators, and programs that make heavy use of terminal features (such as those based on the Curses library). Copyright (C) 2008 Micah Cowan Copying and distribution of this file, with or without m more»
RESEQ(1) User Commands RESEQ(1) NAME reseq - Reverse the translations made by teseq. SYNOPSIS reseq [-t FILE] INPUT OUTPUT reseq --replay INPUT [OUTPUT] reseq -h | --help reseq -V | --version DESCRIPTION Reverse the translations made by teseq. -h, --help Print usage information (this message). more»
TESEQ(1) User Commands TESEQ(1) NAME teseq - Format text with terminal escapes and control sequences for human consumption. SYNOPSIS teseq [-CLDEx] [in] [out] teseq -h | --help teseq -V | --version DESCRIPTION Format text with terminal escapes and control sequences for human consumption. -h more»
teseq (1.0.0-2) unstable; urgency=low * Fix FTBFS on mips and mipsel (Closes: #531739) -- Ryan more»
2008-08-06 Micah Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> * src/teseq.c (print_gxdm_info): Ensure we don't index more»
This package was debianized by Ryan Niebur <email@example.com> on Mon, 04 Aug 2008 20:20:41 -0700 more»