scriptlive - re-run session typescripts, using timing information
scriptlive [options] [-t] timingfile [-I|-B] typescript
This program re-run a typescript, using stdin typescript and timing information to ensure that input happens in the same rhythm as it originally appeared when the script was recorded.
The session is executed in newly created pseudo terminal with user’s $SHELL (or defaults to /bin/bash).
Be careful! Do not forget that the typescript may contains arbitrary commands. It is recommended to use "scriptreplay --stream in --log-in typescript" (or with --log-io instead of --log-in) to verify the typescript before it is executed by scriptlive(1).
|-I, --log-in file|
|File containing script’s terminal input.|
|-B, --log-io file|
|File containing script’s terminal output and input.|
|-t, --timing file|
|File containing script’s timing output. This option overrides old-style arguments.|
|-T, --log-timing file|
|aliast to -t, maintained for compatibility with script(1) command line options. -d, --divisor number Speed up the replay displaying this number of times. The argument is a floating point number. It’s called divisor because it divides the timings by this factor. This option overrides old-style arguments.|
|-m, --maxdelay number|
|Set the maximum delay between transcript updates to number of seconds. The argument is a floating point number. This can be used to avoid long pauses in the transcript replay.|
|Display version information and exit.|
|Display help text and exit.|
% script --log-timing file.tm --log-in script.in Script started, file is script.out % date <etc, etc> % exit Script done, file is script.out % scriptlive --log-timing file.tm --log-in script.in
Copyright © 2019 Karel Zak
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Released under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.
The scriptlive command is part of the util-linux package and is available from Linux Kernel Archive