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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • To get round 'Pine' only remembering one pipe command, and forgetting that when you quit, you can use its print functionality instead.

    The definition of a printer in 'Pine' can just be a command to pipe stuff to; obviously you're supposed to put commands like lpr in there, but there's no reason why you can't set up anything else as a printer.

    When I was a 'Pine' user I had gvim as my default printer.

    Smylers

    • Ah, very cool indeed. Thanks :)

      I never thought of that because my PINE machine does not have a printer that I can use, so I never bothered to look into that.