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RE: Eterm title magic?

This link includes effective instructions for making the prompt change based
on what you are doing.


The current title of one of my exceed terminals is

user@host /path/to/current/dir

and when I use VIM it becomes

filename = (/path/to/file)

but VIM is doing that itself.

www.vim.org or apt-get install vim

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert L. Harris [mailto:Robert.L.Harris@rdlg.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 2:10 PM
To: Debian Users
Subject: Eterm title magic?

  I know with "Eterm -T 'foo'" I can set the title for my Eterm, but is it
possible to have it set to whatever is going on in my Term?  A co-worker
using xterm has it set up so the title changes if he ssh's to a different
box, etc.

Thoughts, theories, suggestions?

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