WINTEXT(1)                                             WINTEXT(1)

     NAME
          wintext, ", "" - access text in current window

     SYNOPSIS
          wintext
          "  [ prefix ]
          ""  [ prefix ]

     DESCRIPTION
          Wintext prints the text of the current win (see acme(1)) or
          9term(1) window to standard output.

          "  searches the window text for commands typed with a par-
          ticular prefix and prints them, indented, to standard out-
          put.  Prefix is a regular expression that is matched against
          the beginning of the command-line.  If prefix is omitted, "
          prints the last command executed.  ""  prints the last com-
          mand that "  would print and then executes it by piping it
          into rc(1).

          Both "  and ""  identify commands in the window text by
          looking for lines beginning with a shell prompt.  Prompts
          are assumed to be an unindented sequence of non-whitespace
          characters followed by one of the characters %, ;, $, or #.

     EXAMPLES
          Print the ls(1) and lc commands executed in this window:

               % " 'l[sc]'
                   % ls -l /tmp/qq*
                   # ls -lrt /etc
                   % lc r*
               %

          Execute the most recent lc command again:

               % "" lc
                   % lc r*
               ramfs   rc      read    rio     rm
               %

     SEE ALSO
          9term(1), acme(1)

     SOURCE
          /bin

     BUGS
          "  and ""  are hard to type in shells other than rc(1).