A unix tool to circularly buffer stdin for a local socket.
socktailf reads incoming lines from stdin into a circular buffer. The circular buffer can be read at any time over a local socket, which is removed when
socktailf exits. The socket path is printed to stdout at startup.
Usage: socktailf [options] Options: -d Write the current buffer to stdout upon exit --help Display help text -n, --lines %count Set the number of lines to buffer (default 15) -q Supress display of path to socket file -v, --version Display version number and exit -x Exit after failure to read from stdin (e.g. EOF)
-doption to write buffer on exit
-qoption to suppress buffer path
-voption to display version number
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- ⬇️ socktailf-1.1.0.tar.gz (3.26 KiB)
- Initial release
- ⬇️ socktailf-1.0.0.tar.gz (2.89 KiB)