[-w[world]] [-ttime] text
Records text into a history buffer.
/recall -t@) instead of the current time
The text will not be echoed to the screen or saved in any log.
/Recordline can be combined with
/quote to read a log file back into
history. For example, if you had
created a log with "
input.log" in an earlier tf session, you could start a new tf
session and use
to restore that input history. That way, you could use the RECALLB, RECALLF, RECALLBEG, RECALLEND, SEARCHB, and SEARCHF (^P, ^N, ^[<, ^[>, ^[P, and ^[N) keys to recall lines you typed in the earlier session.
Note that /recordline
always appends to the end of a history.
-ttime makes it possible to insert lines that
are not in chronological order, which may produce strange results with
See: /recall, /quote, history