* layoutlist: add -M option ( select previous layout and exit )
* Makefile: support DESTDIR environment variable
* saver: do not crash if a window was started with ":screen su"
* kill: add -t option
This is a small, mostly bug fix release. New features include:
Zoom into and out of a region. Intended to replace ":only" command.
Requires an active layout. Inspired by ZoomWin Vim plugin:
* tools accept now window ranges ( i.e. scs dump 2-5 )
Announcing screen-session 0.6.3
screen-session home page:
git clone git://github.com/skoneka/screen-session
About this release:
This version of screen-session contains a few new features and fixes a number
of bugs in the previous release. It claims to run on Python 2.4 - 2.7 and
supports Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. Currently, running screen-session requires
modified GNU Screen sources.
New in this release:
* Layoutlist tool - displays a browseable list of layouts with a few nifty
features ( search with highlight, MRU view, may run in a temporary layout )
* Subwindows tool - prints windows nested in a group, adds support for
selecting windows nested in groups
* layout-checkpoint, layout-undo, layout-redo, layout-history
- basic undo/redo for regions
* Session saver:
- added support for saving zombie windows
- more streamlined command line invocation
- performance improvements
* The installation process is considerably simpler.
Screen-session is now distributed with patched GNU Screen sources placed in
( Screen development sources with a few modifications. )
Github repository: https://github.com/skoneka/escreen
- New commands:
- dumpscreen [window | window-full | layout | layout-info | history]
- make it possible to query "group", "maxwin", "layout", "screen" commands
- associate :focusminsize with the layout
- fix a crash when opening :windowlist inside a group
(triggered by :monitor feature)
- an escape for the escape key
screen-session is a collection of tools for GNU Screen, the most prominent one
being the session saver ( with integrated VIM session saving ).
A full list of tools along their detailed descriptions, examples and screenshots
is available at the project's homepage.
screen-session is released under the GNU GPL.