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[6dec97] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Add prepare function to all commands.

2013-10-20 22:38:25 View
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[d45c12] (1.7 kB) by nicm nicm

Remove the barely-used and unnecessary command check() function.

2013-10-10 12:00:18 View
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[a36da3] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Remove the barely-used and unnecessary command check() function.

2013-08-21 17:01:40 View
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[20636d] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Add a command queue to standardize and simplify commands that call other
commands and allow a command to block execution of subsequent
commands. This allows run-shell and if-shell to be synchronous which has
been much requested.

Each client has a default command queue and commands are consumed one at
a time from it. A command may suspend execution from the queue by
returning CMD_RETURN_WAIT and then resume it by calling cmd_continue() -
for example run-shell does this from the callback that is fired after
the job is freed.

When the command queue becomes empty, command clients are automatically
exited (unless attaching). A callback is also fired - this is used for
nested commands in, for example, if-shell which can block execution of
the client's cmdq until a new cmdq becomes empty.

Also merge all the old error/info/print functions together and lose the
old curclient/cmdclient distinction - a cmdq is bound to one client (or
none if in the configuration file), this is a command client if
c->session is NULL otherwise an attached client.

2013-03-24 09:54:10 View
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[396430] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Add a command queue to standardize and simplify commands that call other
commands and allow a command to block execution of subsequent commands. This
allows run-shell and if-shell to be synchronous which has been much requested.

Each client has a default command queue and commands are consumed one at a time
from it. A command may suspend execution from the queue by returning
CMD_RETURN_WAIT and then resume it by calling cmd_continue() - for example
run-shell does this from the callback that is fired after the job is freed.

When the command queue becomes empty, command clients are automatically exited
(unless attaching). A callback is also fired - this is used for nested commands
in, for example, if-shell which can block execution of the client's cmdq until
a new cmdq becomes empty.

Also merge all the old error/info/print functions together and lose the old
curclient/cmdclient distinction - a cmdq is bound to one client (or none if in
the configuration file), this is a command client if c->session is NULL
otherwise an attached client.

2013-02-23 22:25:58 View
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[b43388] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

We can't tell what the terminal has done with a DCS string, so reset the
cursor and attributes afterwards.

2012-09-05 09:59:41 View
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[1f5e6e] (1.7 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Sync OpenBSD patchset 1151:

Make command exec functions return an enum rather than -1/0/1 values and
add a new value to mean "leave client running but don't attach" to fix
problems with using some commands in a command sequence. Most of the
work by Thomas Adam, problem reported by "jspenguin" on SF bug 3535531.

2012-07-11 19:37:32 View
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[a432fc] (1.6 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Sync OpenBSD patchset 1150:

xfree is not particularly helpful, remove it. From Thomas Adam.

2012-07-11 19:34:16 View
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[391f1f] (1.6 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Expand the Id keyword.

2011-07-09 09:42:33 View
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[1df427] (1.7 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Sync OpenBSD patchset 829:

Clean up and simplify tmux command argument parsing.

Originally, tmux commands were parsed in the client process into a
struct with the command data which was then serialised and sent to the
server to be executed. The parsing was later moved into the server (an
argv was sent from the client), but the parse step and intermediate
struct was kept.

This change removes that struct and the separate parse step. Argument
parsing and printing is now common to all commands (in arguments.c) with
each command left with just an optional check function (to validate the
arguments at parse time), the exec function and a function to set up any
key bindings (renamed from the old init function).

This is overall more simple and consistent.

There should be no changes to any commands behaviour or syntax although
as this touches every command please watch for any unexpected changes.

2011-01-07 14:45:34 View
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[9ebee6] (1.6 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Global paste buffers instead of per-session which renders copy-buffer useless.
As a consequence buffer-limit is now a server option.

2010-12-30 22:39:49 View
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[e35f5b] (1.7 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Sync OpenBSD patchset 539:

Get rid of the ugly CMD_CHFLAG macro and use a const string (eg "dDU") in the
command entry structs and a couple of functions to check/set the flags.

2009-11-14 17:56:39 View
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[d637cb] (1.7 kB) by Tiago Cunha Tiago Cunha

Sync OpenBSD patchset 181:

Make all messages sent between the client and server fixed size.

This is the first of two changes to make the protocol more resilient and less
sensitive to other changes in the code, particularly with commands. The client
now packs argv into a buffer and sends it to the server for parsing, rather
than doing it itself and sending the parsed command data.

As a side-effect this also removes a lot of now-unused command marshalling
code.

Mixing a server without this change and a client with or vice versa will cause
tmux to hang or crash, please ensure that tmux is entirely killed before
upgrading.

2009-07-28 22:12:16 View
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[097b96] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Having fixed flags for single-character getopt options is a bit hard to
maintain and is only going to get worse as more are used. So instead, add a new
uint64_t member to cmd_entry which is a bitmask of upper and lowercase options
accepted by the command.

This means new single character options can be used without the need to add it
explicitly to the list.

2009-07-14 06:43:33 View
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[143aa7] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Space trimmage mega-diff.

2009-05-04 17:58:27 View
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[93230a] (1.7 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Pass return code from _exec; allow command sequences to work from the command line.

2009-01-19 18:23:40 View
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[5c3d97] (1.8 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Import OpenBSD's getopt(3) to workaround broken glibc version.

2008-12-10 20:25:42 View
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[62457b] (1.8 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Trim.

2008-09-26 06:45:28 View
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[4e4f71] (1.8 kB) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Swap in new paste buffer code and add a couple more commands.

2008-06-20 17:31:48 View
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[9798dc] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Start of improved buffer code. Only set-buffer/show-buffer commands so far.

2008-06-20 08:36:20 View
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[99df48] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Trimify.

2008-06-18 22:21:51 View
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[0b9b87] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Big reorganisation of command-line syntax.

2008-06-05 21:25:00 View
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[ee1a7f] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Print for the less easy commands.

2008-06-05 17:12:11 View
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[642c0b] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Easy bits of arg printing for list-keys.

2008-06-05 16:35:32 View
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[743956] (None) by Nicholas Marriott Nicholas Marriott

Allow -c anywhere -s was allowed.

2008-06-03 16:55:09 View
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