vst

Show the jobs that have been executed in one or more directories. By default, vst looks at the current directory and shows only the jobs with same environment as the current one.


vst: Usage Message
  
  DESCRIPTION:
      Show the jobs that have been executed 
      in one or more directories.  By default:
      - look at the current directory.
      - show only the jobs with same environment as the current one.
  
  USAGE:
      vst [OPTIONS] [dir1] ...
  
  OPTIONS:
      -help           -- Show this help
      -quiet          -- Be quiet, no explanations
      -fast           -- (Obsolete option: Maps to -all)
      -all            -- Show all jobs, regardless of the environment.
                         Also show system jobs and subjobs.
      -long           -- Show more information (LEVEL and ENV)
      -LONG           -- Show even more information
      -Output 'format'-- Choose output format
      -systemjobs     -- Show also the system jobs
      -subjobs        -- Show also subjobs (components of a bigger job)
      -regexp <expr>  -- Filter lines with a regular expression
      -sort           -- Sort lines
  
      Options can be truncated to 1 or 2 characters.
      Option -regexp can also be abbreviated to -rx.
  
  EXAMPLES:
      %  vst
      %  vst -all
      %  vst -a
      %  vst -long ..
      %  vst -O '@LEVEL@ @COMMAND@' 
      %  vst -re 'ab[cC]+'