Juli Mallett wrote: > > |-omniNames---omniNames---3*[omniNames] > > That seems frighteningly useless to me though. Seems a bit like a number of > utilities I've seen from the Linux camp which take useful functionality and > mask it behind something that looks good. What exactly can you get from > that kind of output? > > > with the following being printed if you ask for pids ('-p'): > > > > |-omniNames(313)---omniNames(335)-+-omniNames(336) > > | |-omniNames(338) > > | `-omniNames(345) > > That output's pretty useful, on the other hand, but it seems overly difficult > to do that sort of formatting without kludging everything with a lot of > conditionals and rather than simple recursion, something more complex.
Theres a program in -ports. If you insist on doing it, though, look at the output of "w -d" (yeah, I have a vested interest in it, but it's still pretty cool). -- Terry To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message