v l c whatchamacallit

Shlomi Fish shlomif at shlomifish.org
Thu Dec 11 08:17:32 UTC 2014

Hi Paul,

On Wed, 10 Dec 2014 11:40:55 -0800
Paul Merrell <marbux at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 8:08 AM, Shlomi Fish <shlomif at shlomifish.org> wrote:
> > Use the "alias" command:
> >
> > [QUOTE]
> >> get_title
> > Atomic Kitten- The Tide is High-EPFk0X1p2fs.flv
> >> gt
> > Error in `gt' libvlc's "gt" is not a command
> > Unknown command `gt'. Type `help' for help.
> >> alias gt get_title
> >> gt
> > Atomic Kitten- The Tide is High-EPFk0X1p2fs.flv
> >>
> > [/QUOTE]
> >
> > I don't see a way to make it permanent at startup except by using something
> > like:
> Search your file system for a file named .bashrc (note the leading
> period). Usually this will be in your /home/username directory.  Add
> your aliases to this file. It is read into your bash shell's allocated
> memory any time you start a bash session. If you change or remove some
> aliases during the current session, you can reload the .bashrc back
> into the session with:

I'm familiar with bash's .bashrc and .bash_profile, but it won't help for
setting up rvlc aliases, because rvlc does not use bash, but its own internal
command loop written in Lua :


This command loop does not recognise Bash's aliases.


	Shlomi Fish

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