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Re: capturing commands

From: Michael Slass
Subject: Re: capturing commands
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 23:14:52 GMT
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

Barry Margolin <> writes:

>In article <aoko19$hiv$>,
>merik  <> wrote:
>>i would like to know if there was some way of capturing all commands 
>>executed while running emacs whether they be M-x yank, C-x C-s or just 
>>hitting the right arrow key
>'C-h l' will show the last 100 keystrokes.  I don't think there's a
>standard way to record everything, though.

C-h c C-h l
  => C-h l runs the command view-lossage

,----[ C-h f view-lossage RET ]
| view-lossage is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `help'.
| (view-lossage)
| Display last 100 input keystrokes.
| To record all your input on a file, use `open-dribble-file'.

,----[ C-h f open-dribble-file RET ]
| open-dribble-file is an interactive built-in function.
| (open-dribble-file FILE)
| Start writing all keyboard characters to a dribble file called FILE.
| If FILE is nil, close any open dribble file.

Why, exactly, do you want this?

Mike Slass

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