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XNEE(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   XNEE(1)

NAME
xnee - records, replays or distributes X11 data DESCRIPTION
The program suite GNU Xnee can record and replay an X session. GNU Xnee also has the ability to distribute events to multiple displays. Xnee gets copies of X protocol data from the X server. These are either printed to file ( record mode) or replayed and synchronised (replay mode). During record and replay cnee can distribute the record/replayed events to multiple displays. MANUAL
For more information, read the GNU Xnee manual ot the xnee info page VERSION
Xnee man page, 3.13 NOTES
This page describes GNU Xnee. Mail corrections and additions to bug-xnee@gnu.org GNU Xnee 2007 XNEE(1)

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NAME
cnee - record, replays or distributes X11 data SYNOPSIS
cnee [options] DESCRIPTION
The program cnee can record and replay an X session. cnee also has the ability to distribute events to multiple displays. cnee gets copies of X protocol data from the X server. These are either printed to file ( record mode) or replayed and synchronised ( replay mode). During record and replay cnee can distribute the record/replayed events to multiple displays. GENERAL OPTIONS
--err-file, -e <file> Redirect all Xnee verbose output file_name(default is stderr) --out-file, -o <file> Redirect all Xnee data to file_name(default is stdout) --display, -d <displayname> X server to contact (default is localhost) --all-clients, -ac Record all client's data (default) --data-to-record, -dtr <n> Intercept n numbers of data ( n<0 means forever) --time, -t <secs> Delay start of application for <secs> seconds. Can be used to prevent recording of KeyRelease when starting Xnee from terminal --record, -rec Set recording mode --replay, -rep Set replaying mode --distribute, -di <LIST> Distribute recorded or replayed events to LIST where LIST is comma separated list of displays --future-clients, -fc Record future client's data (default) --plugin, -p <name Use the plugin name --verbose, -v Enable verbose printout --feedback-xosd, -fx Use xosd to feedback --feedback-stderr, -fs Use stderr to feedback --feedback-none, -fn Dont' use feedback --device-event-range, -devera <X_LIST> Set device event range to X_LIST --keep-autorepeat, -ka Keep autorepeat during record/replay --no-reparent-recording, -nrr Prevent explicit recording of ReparentNotify event RECORD OPTIONS
--first-last Print only first and last of multiple successive MotionEvent --all-events Intercept all events --events-to-record, -etr <n> Intercept n numbers of events ( n<0 means forever) --seconds-to-record, -str <n> Intercept for n seconds ( n<0 means forever) --recorded-resolution <res> Resolution to use when recording is set to res --human-printout, -hp Prints human readable --store-mouse-position, -smp Store the initial position of the mouse --request-range, -reqra <X_LIST> Set request range to X_LIST --reply-range, -repra <X_LIST> Set reply range to X_LIST --delivered-event-range, -devra <X_LIST> Set delivered event range to X_LIST --error-range, -erra <X_LIST> Set error range to X_LIST --extension-request-major-range, -erqmar <X_LIST> Set extension request major range to X_LIST --extension-request-minor-range, -erqmir <X_LIST> Set extension request minor range to X_LIST --extension-reply-major-range, -erpmar <X_LIST> Set extension reply major range to X_LIST --extension-reply-minor-range, -erpmir <X_LIST> Set extension reply minor range to X_LIST REPLAY OPTIONS
--speed-percent, -sp <speed> Set replaying speed percentage is set to speed --replay-resolution <res> Resolution to use when replaying is set to res --resolution-adjustment Use resolution adjustment --synchronised-replay Synchronise during replay --no-synchronise, -ns Don't use synchornisation during replay --recall-window-position, -rwp Recall the recorded window position to be used during replay --force-replay, -fp Keep replaying even if we are out of sync .... dangerous --buffer-verbose, -bv Enable verbose printout of replay buffer --max-threshold, -mat <nr> Set the maximum threshold for sync to nr --min-threshold, -mit <nr> Set the minimum threshold for sync to tnr --tot-threshold, -tot <nr> Set the total threshold for sync to nr --replay-offset, -ro <x,y> Set the replay offset to (x,y) CNEE OPTIONS
--file, -f <file_name> Read data from file file_name (default is stdin) --help, -h Print this message --flags Prints all flags/options xnee accepts --project, -pr <file_name> Use project file file_name --version, -V Print product information --retype-file <file> Types (faking user) the contents of the specified file --write-settings <file> Writes settings to a resource file --print-settings, -ps Prints Xnee settings and waits (for <ENTER>) --print-event-names, -pens Prints X11 event number and name --print-event-name, -pen <ev> Prints X11 event number or name coresponding to ev --print-error-names, -perns Prints X11 error number and name --print-error-name, -pern <er> Prints X11 error number or name coresponding to er --print-reply-names, -pren Prints X11 reply number and name --print-request-names, -prns Prints X11 request number and name --print-request-name, -prn <req> Prints X11 request number or name coresponding to req --keyboard Record the keyboard --mouse Record mouse events --print-data-names, -pdn Prints X11 data number and name --manpage Prints Xnee help text in format as used when generating man page --texipage Prints Xnee help text in format as used when generating info page --type-help Type this help message using faked keys (used to test xnee itself) --demonstration, -demo Let Xnee take you on a demonstration ride --check-syntax, -cs Check syntax of the command line and/or project file (no exec) --get-xinput-event-base, -gxeb Get the event base for Xinput Extension --disable-xinput-events, -dxe Disable recording of XInput events --replay-backend, -rb <backend> --force-core-replay, -fcr Discard record X Input device data, use recorded core device data --record-replay, -rr Record and replay a session (press q to stop recording) COMMENTS
file_name Name of a file (e.g /tmp/my_file.xns) display_name Name of a display (e.g 192.168.1.12:0 secs Seconds (e.g 10) n Integer number (e.g 100) LIST Comma separated list of display (e.g 192.168.1.12:0,129.12.23.0:0) X_LIST Comma separated list of integers (e.g 12-23,35,45-56) EXAMPLES
cnee --record --events-to-record 1000 --mouse --keyboard -o /tmp/xnee.xns -e /tmp/xnee.log -v Records 1000 events (keyboard and mouse) to file /tmp/xnee.xns and dumps the verbose printout to /tmp/xnee.log cnee --replay -f /tmp/xnee.xns -v -e /tmp/xnee.log -ns Read data from /tmp/xnee.xns, replay it and verbose print to file /tmp/xnee.log For more examples, read the Xnee manual AUTHOR
Henrik Sandklef. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs in the program to bug-xnee@gnu.org. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Henrik Sandklef. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty;not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SEE ALSO
cnee(info),xnee(info),xev(1) VERSION
xnee man page, version 3.13 NOTES
This page describes cnee. Mail corrections and additions to bug-xnee@gnu.org xnee 2007 CNEE(1)
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