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Re: [multitail] Re: Re: Re: 3.9.14.2 released (devel. multitail)



> >Can you give me an example of such outputted script?
> multitail -Z blue,yellow,inverse -T -S -x "%m %u@%h %f (%t) [%l]" \
>             -m 0 --mark-interval 3600 -p l 
>            -cS _elebbs -eC "on-line" \
>            -em "bre56" \
>            -em  "off-line" "/cygdrive/r/logs/elebbs.log"  \
>            -m 0 --mark-interval 2700 
>            -cS _elebbs \
>            -em "Netmail:" \  "/cygdrive/r/logs/fmail.log" \
>            -m 0  --mark-interval 2700 
>            -cS _elebbs  \
>           -eC "Session traf:"  \
>           -em "AKA" "/cygdrive/r/logs/ip_1.log" \   
>          --mark-interval 2700 -n 0 -f -cS _elebbs  \
>           -cS _fmail 
>           -em "Session traf:" -em "AKAs" \ 
>           -I "/cygdrive/r/logs/ip_2.log"
> the second -cS _elebbs should actually be _fmail
> the third -cS _elebbs should be _ip_1
> the -cS fmail near the bottom should be _ip_2

Ok. In ui.c line 1504 should be:
   fprintf(fh, " -cS %s", cschemes[color_schemes[cs_index]].name);

> the above script doesn't quite match what's happening, and i can't get
> the -em "off-line" to work at all (not even within multimail where i
> use 'e' to define it.

Has -em on the commandline ever worked?
Has the -em functionaly via the UI ever worked?

And thanks!


Folkert van Heusden

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