TinTin++ Mud Client Manual

Command: #history {delete}                    Delete the last command.
         #history {get}    {variable} {range} Store list in variable.
         #history {insert} {command}          Insert a command.
         #history {list}                      Display the command history.
         #history {read}   {filename}         Read a command history from file.
         #history {write}  {filename}         Write a command history to file.

         Without an argument all available options are shown.

         By default all commands are saved to the history list and the history
         list is saved between sessions in the ~/.tintin/history.txt file.

         You can set the character to repeat a command in the history with the
         #config {REPEAT CHAR} {<character>} configuration option, by default
         this is set to the exclamation mark.

         You can use ! by itself to repeat the last command, or !<text> to
         repeat the last command starting with the given text.

         You can use #config {REPEAT ENTER} {ON} to repeat the last command
         when you press enter on an empty line.

         You can press ctrl-r to enter an interactive regex enabled history
         search mode, or by issuing #cursor {history search}.

         TinTin++ tries to bind the arrow up and down keys to scroll through
         the history list by default. You can bind these with a macro yourself
         using #cursor {history next} and #cursor {history prev}. Many #cursor
         commands only work properly when bound with a macro.

Related: alias, cursor, keypad, macro, speedwalk and tab.