|-raw||Disables word-wrap and handling of control characters. In this mode, ssfe will not attempt keep track of the cursors position.|
|Enables word-wrap, and prints control characters using inverse-video; this is the default mode.|
|-irc||Same as -cooked, but also interprets Ctrl-B, Ctrl-V and Ctrl-_ with the IRC convention (toggles for bold, inverse, underlined, respectively).|
|-hold||Sets hold-mode. In hold mode, ssfe will stop after each screenful, and wait for the user to hit TAB.|
|-beep||In cooked or IRC mode, enables beeps. When beeps are disabled, the character Ctrl-G is displayed as an inverse-video G.|
|-flow||Enables flow-control with ^S and ^Q. ssfe normally disables those, but some terminals require them to operate properly.|
|Enables printing of your own commands back in the scrolling area.|
Sets a prompt for the user input line. The default prompt is none, or
> if -print is specified.
program [options] Names the program that ssfe should run.
ssfe understands these keys (^ means Control):
^\ Interrupt ssfe and whatever program its running, and exit back to the unix prompt. ^a Go to the beginning of the line. ^b, left arrow Move left a letter. ^c Interrupt: ignored by the front-end, can be used to interrupt connecting to a server, with sirc. ^d Delete the character under the cursor. ^e Go to the end of the line. ^f, right arrow Move right a letter. ^h, DEL Erase the previous character. ^i, TAB Go to next /msg in msg history. ^j, ^m, Enter
Erase from the cursor to the end of the line. ^l Redisplay the status bar and the command line. ^n, down arrow Go to the next line in command-line history. ^o With sirc, type the last msg you got on the command line ^p, up arrow Go to the previous line in command-line history. ^t With sirc, switch to the next channel youre on. ^u Erase command-line. ^v Insert the next character literally, even if its a ^something. ^x b Toggle beep on or off (off by default). ^x c Exit the front end, back to the unix prompt. ^x h Toggle hold mode. ^x i Toggle irc-mode (^b^v^_ handling) on and off. ^y Yank the current line in the history without sending it. ^z Suspend ssfe and sirc and go back to the unix prompt - you come back with fg.
ssfe is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. See the file LICENSE for details.
TERM sets the terminal type. The terminal needs to be able to set a scrolling zone for ssfe to work.
None known, please report to the author.
sirc was written by Roger Espel Llima <email@example.com>.
|Roger Espel Llima||SSFE (1)|