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tdrecord - record input and output of a terminal program
tdrecord [OPTIONS]... CLIENT [CLIENT OPTIONS]...
tdrecord records the input and output of client. The recording can later be replayed using tdreplay(1) to compare behaviour of different versions of client. Without options, tdrecord will create the recording in the file tdrecord-year-month-day@hour:minute:second.
tdrecord accepts the following options: -h, --help Display a short help message. -V, --version Print version and copyright information. -d dir, --directory=dir Create the recording in directory dir. This option can not be used together with the -o/--output option. -e vars, --environment=vars Save the environment variables indicated by the comma-separated list vars to the recording. These will be set on replay. -o file, --output=file Save the output in file. This option can not be used together with the -d/--directory option. -X, --allow-x11 Don't clear the DISPLAY environment variable, to allow communication with X11. To stop tdrecord from interpreting file names that start with a dash as options, one can specify a double dash (--) after which tdrecord will interpret any following arguments as the client and its options.
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termdebug(1), tdreplay(1), tdrerecord(1), tdview(1), tdcompare(1)