To have a specific macro to be run on startup.

- Jason

"James Rich" <james@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in 
message news:Pine.LNX.4.64.0611160903400.4221@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, news.gmane.org wrote:

Based on the pdf below is there anyway to call a macro file on startup?

I'm guessing the PDF you mention is the HOWTO.  AFAIK there is no way to
specify a macro file on startup.  But do you mean a macro file or a macro
within that file to run on startup?  tn5250 uses ~/.tn5250macros for all
its macros.  Do you want to use a different file?  Or do you want to
specify a particular macro within .tn5250macros to be run?

James Rich

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