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Date: 2000-08-27 13:25:24
User: mpatton@jhu.edu
Comment:Updated docs for text and update commands.
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2000-08-27
14:14
[e79b9877a8] * added Mark to AUTHORS :) * updated the ChangeLog according to Marks mail * removed an unused i from the obj command in tclreadline.c * increased the patchlevel (user: johannes@zellner.org, tags: trunk)
13:25
[4f73d8af60] Updated docs for text and update commands. (user: mpatton@jhu.edu, tags: trunk)
13:23
[357858a659] Made readline an object command to fix a number of memory leaks. Added commands "readline text" to retrieve the current input and "readline update" to redraw the current input. (user: mpatton@jhu.edu, tags: trunk)
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Modified tclreadline.n.in from [0ab684b142] to [95c51676ee].

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.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::readline bell\fP
Ring the terminal bell, obeying the setting of bell-style
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.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::Print\fP [\fIyes / no\fP]
turns on or off the default behavior of tclsh to print the result of
every command. This is turned on by default, so it will just behave
as the tclsh w/o tclreadline. Turning off might be useful, when reading
binary data for example. If \fB::tclreadline::Print\fP is called w/o
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with an older version of libreadline.

.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::readline bell\fP
Ring the terminal bell, obeying the setting of bell-style
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.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::text\fP
Return the current input.

.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::readline update\fP
Redraw the current input line.

.TP 5
\fB::tclreadline::Print\fP [\fIyes / no\fP]
turns on or off the default behavior of tclsh to print the result of
every command. This is turned on by default, so it will just behave
as the tclsh w/o tclreadline. Turning off might be useful, when reading
binary data for example. If \fB::tclreadline::Print\fP is called w/o
arguments, it returns the current setting.