This subsection lists all available
commands along with their short description and a reference to the
part of this manual where they are described in detail. The command
names are given without prefix.
Without arguments, displays current status of annotations
(see annotation). If bool is
annotations. If it is
false, disables it.
Allowed values for
on. Allowed values for
Close previously opened connection.
Sets the debug level. See debugging, for a description of spec.
Display short command usage summary.
Prints the history of recently issued commands.
Clear the default map name. After this command, map names must be given explicitly with each query. See nomap.
Set the default map name. Without arguments, print the name of the map currently in use. See smapc-defmap.
Open connection to socket map server at the given url. See smapc-open.
Show URL of the currently opened connection.
With argument, sets the source address for outgoing queries. Without argument, displays currently used source address.
If char is given, sets it as the command prefix. If called without arguments, displays the currently selected command prefix.
Redefines the command prompt. Without arguments, prints the current prompt.
Quits interactive mode.
This command command toggles the display of
startup banner. When started,
smapc prints a short list
of information useful for beginning users: the program version and
warranty conditions and a command to get help, e.g.:
smapc (smap) 2.1 Copyright (C) 2010 Sergey Poznyakoff License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html> This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. Type ? for help summary (smapc) _
If you find this output superfluous and useless, you can suppress it by setting
in your initialization file.
Displays the package name and version number.
Displays the copyright statement.