Commands tagged xresources (1)

  • man -Pcat urxvt | sed -n '/th: b/,/^B/p'|sed '$d'|sed '/^ \{7\}[a-z]/s/^ */^/g' | sed -e :a -e 'N;s/\n/@@/g;ta;P;D' | sed 's,\^\([^@]\+\)@*[\t ]*\([^\^]\+\),! \2\n! URxvt*\1\n\n,g' | sed 's,@@\( \+\),\n\1,g' | sed 's,@*$,,g' | sed '/^[^!]/d' | tr -d "'\`" Prints a precompiled list of options to add to your Xresources. Provided by Charles Torvalds here: http://www.askapache.com/linux/rxvt-xresources.html#Output_RXVT_Resources Show Sample Output


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    man -Pcat urxvt | \ # see description for full command
    malathion · 2014-07-16 23:14:14 0

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