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cnee - record, replays or distributes X11 data

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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
--record-from-data-display, -rfdd
Record from data display. This option is experimental.
--record-from-control-display, -rfcd
Record from control display. This option is experimental.

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)
--max-window-moves, -mwm
Maximum times Xnee will try to move a window to the position it was in when recorded

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 (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 3.19

NOTES

This page describes cnee. Mail corrections and additions to bug-xnee@gnu.org
2007 xnee