|-h, --help||Displays short help.|
|Turns debugging on -t string, --text string Places the single line specified in string onto an optional queue in the order specified by /fifo or /lifo|
The name of the queue to use. Format is queuename[@machine][:port]. If not specified the queue name
used is SESSION on localhost using the default port.
/fifo Stacks the contents of stdin onto the queue in first in, first out order. /lifo Stacks the contents of stdin onto the queue in last in, first out order. /clear Removes all lines currently stacked in the queue. /pull Extracts the next line from the queue to stdout and removes it from the queue. /queued Returns the number of lines stacked on the queue to stdout
rxqueue uses the following environment variables if set.
RXDEBUG Enables debugging. Same as specifying -D or --debug option.
RXSTACK The port number on which rxstack listens. By default this is 5757.
RXQUEUE The name of the queue to be used if not specified by the client using rxqueue. By default this is SESSION.
The Regina Rexx interpreter is distributed under the GNU Library General Public License, see the file COPYING-LIB in the source code distribution.
Anders Christensen, University of Trondheim, Norway <anders (at) pvv.unit.no>.
Changes to Regina since 0.07a, Mark Hessling <mark (at) rexx.org> with significant assistance from Florian Grosse-Coosmann.
There are several good reference books on Rexx. The most famous is "The Rexx Language" by Mike Cowlishaw. Visit http://www.rexxla.org (The Rexx Language Association) for any Rexx related information.
|Regina Rexx Interpreter||RXQUEUE (1)||June 2013|