Introducing smblog-mode for emacs
aaptel at suse.com
Tue Mar 15 11:05:13 UTC 2016
On Mon, 14 Mar 2016 14:46:33 +0100 Ralph Boehme <rb at sernet.de> wrote:
> This contains the returned status code.
I have assumed the result directly following a request is the result of
that request (in other words, you cannot have request made in between).
> It would be awesome if emacs could display this collapsed as
> SMB2 request: SMB2_OP_CREATE, response: NT_STATUS_OK
> SMB2 request: ... , response: ...
> Then when selecting a line and pressing TAB it would expand and show
> all log lines for that request.
I have implemented something slightly different. By looking a log at
level 10 you can press `r` to get a list of all requests detected in a
- This window is automatically selected, you can close it
- By pressing RET it will cycle between the start and end of the
current line request in the log window.
- By navigating with `n` and `p` it will jump to the start of the
request in the log window.
The focus is kept on this request window for all commands, again, press
`q` to close it and go back to the log window.
Tell me what you think.
Aurélien Aptel / SUSE Labs Samba Team
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