Text viewer similar to more or less, but with additional capabilities
most is a paging program that displays, one windowful at a time, the
contents of a file on a terminal. It pauses after each windowful and
prints on the window status line the screen the file name, current line
number, and the percentage of the file so far displayed.
Compiling MOST requires an ANSI C compiler. In addition you MUST have
a copy of the S-Lang library. This library is available from
On Unix, you should be able to simply type:
at the Unix prompt. If you want to try the new support for memory
mapping files, use:
most - browse or page through a text file
most [-1bCckMstvwz] [+lineno] [+c] [+d] [+s] [+/string]
most is a paging program that displays, one windowful at a
time, the contents of a file on a terminal. It pauses after
each windowful a
Changes since 4.10.1
1. src/window.c:most_read_from_minibuffer: An variable was not being
initialized. (Kevin Oberman, oberman at es, net).
2. configure: mmap is enabled by default. Use the --disable-mmap
configure option of you do not want it.
Changes since 4.10.0
1. src/most.h: Prototype for SLang_set_error inconsistent with the
function in most.c.
2. src/most.h: If compiled against s
This file is part of MOST.
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