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Unlike other paging programs, most is capable of displaying an arbitrary number of windows as long as they all fit on the screen, and different windows could be used to view the same file in different positions.
In addition to displaying ordinary text files, most can also display binary files as well as files with arbitrary ascii characters.
Compiling MOST requires an ANSI C compiler. In addition you MUST have a copy of the S-Lang library version 2.X. Version 1 is nolonger supported. This library is available from <http://www.jedsoft.org/slang/>. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS On Unix, you should be able to simply type: ./configure; make at the Unix prompt. If you are using CYGWIN, you will need more»
MOST(1) MOST(1) NAME most - browse or page through a text file SYNOPSIS most [-1bCcdMstuvwz] [+lineno] [+c] [+d] [+s] [+u] [+/string] [filename...] DESCRIPTION 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 more»
most (5.0.0a-2.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Fix "build fails on configure-step (couldn't find slang.h)": add patch from Ubuntu / Daniel T Chen: - debian/rules: Handle multiarch slang2. Fixes FTBFS. Additionally, build-depend on dpkg-dev >= 1.16.0, and delete the RPATH that gets introduced because the autofoo detects the "non-standard" slang directory more»
Changes since 5.0.0 1. src/Makefile.in: Install docs in $prefix/share/doc Changes since 4.10.2 0. s more»
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of most, a file pager. most was written by John Dav more»