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CNEE(1)			    General Commands Manual		       CNEE(1)

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)

       --future-clients
	      Record future client's data

       --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  it-
	      self)

       --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)

       --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	 Sand-
       klef.   This   is   free	  software;  see the source for	copying	condi-
       tions. 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

xnee				     2007			       CNEE(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | GENERAL OPTIONS | RECORD OPTIONS | REPLAY OPTIONS | CNEE OPTIONS | COMMENTS | EXAMPLES | AUTHOR | REPORTING BUGS | COPYRIGHT | SEE ALSO | VERSION | NOTES

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