[RC5] buffer-files: import - why not export?
jlawson at bovine.net
Sun Aug 6 08:17:53 EDT 2000
You don't really need an "export" command, since you can simply ensure
that your "connected" machine's buff-out is fully flushed (by explicitly
triggering a flush if needed). Then, simply replace that empty buff-out
with the non-empty buff-out that you have moved from your secondary
machine. There are some additional instructions regarding how to
On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Christian Wirth wrote:
> since there is an option to "import" buffer files, I asked myself why there
> is no possibility to "export" another buffer file? This would especually be
> helpful for people with some offline-clients and a rather expensive
> For example, when I want to update buffers for my notebook, I (work done on
> the internet-computer):
> shut down my client
> backup my buffers
> configure the client to store less buffers (since the notebook is much
> slower than the internet-computer)
> copy the "old" buffers from the notebook to the internet-computer
> copy the new buffers to the notebook
> restore the buffers
> run again
> And, I have two other computers that need the same amount of work.
> Perhaps I could do that easier with a personal proxy, but since I don't own
> a real network this isn't worth installing the proxy - I believe ....
> With an export option I could: import complete (notebook)-out-buffer on the
> internet-computer, export some in-blocks, import them on the
> offline-computer. Could be that easy ....
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