Scriptse reads standard input, and writes standard output.
It is a simple filter which turns newlines (\n) into carriage
returns (\r) for
se to be run from a prepared script.
Se can then be fired off into the background, if you wish.
After each carriage return,
scriptse adds an ASCII DEL character (\177).
This is so that command lines which fail will be erased,
and the next command can then be executed.
If it did not, command lines would get concatenated together, and they
would simply continue to fail.
Ultimately, the editor would run out of input buffer and start to
contiunuously ring the bell on the terminal.
With the DEL character, each command line is executed on its own.
Scriptse takes one option, -d.
If this option is used,
not add the ASCII DEL after each carriage return.
This is useful for program which want to turn newlines into carraige
If you do use a script, either sit back and watch it run, or redirect
the output into a file (or
/dev/null, if you are confident).