To quit the editor completely type qt . Upon quitting edbrowse, any changes not explicitly saved with a w command are lost. The w command does not apply to URLs but one can save the corresponding buffer to a file by the command w file.
-h Display the usage message. -e Batch mode. This options causes edbrowse to exit when it encounters an error. -d? Debug level. Can be set to a value between 0 and 9. The default is 1 which prints the sizes of buffers. Some people like 2 which prints out URLs as they are retrieved. This value can be changed within the editor with the dbx command with x a value betwen 0 and 9. -c Edit config file. This command supresses the processing of the configuration file $HOME/.ebrc and starts editing it instead. This option is useful if this file is syntactically incorrect or otherwise corrupted.
$HOME/.ebrc Configuration file. The file which edbrowse reads when it starts up. If the file exists then it must be syntactically correct.
When an error occurs, if edbrowse it prints a ? and returns to command mode. An explanation of the last error can be printed with the h (help) command.
Attempting to quit edbrowse with the q command or trying to edit another file before writing a modified buffer results in an error. If the command is entered a second time, it succeeds, but any changes to the buffer are lost.
This manual page is not complete. Users should refer to the HTML documentation for fuller details of the configuration options and for details of the use of edbrowse.
ed(1), sed(1), pcrepattern(3).
The provides greater detail about the program.
This manual page was originally written by Kapil Hari Paranjape <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but it may be used by others).
The edbrowse program is written by Karl Dahlke <email@example.com>. The author maintains for the program.
|edbrowse 3.2.1||EDBROWSE (1)||2007-05-09|