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Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1

 Import-Module posh-hg
+Import-Module Pscx
 
 function edit {
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+                          Less License
+                          ------------
+
+Less
+Copyright (C) 1984-2005  Mark Nudelman
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+are met:
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+   notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+   notice in the documentation and/or other materials provided with 
+   the distribution.
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+FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR 
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT 
+OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR 
+BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, 
+WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE 
+OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN 
+IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+

Modules/Pscx/Apps/NEWS

+
+                     NEWS about less
+
+======================================================================
+
+  For the latest news about less, see the "less" Web page:
+      http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less
+  You can also download the latest version of less from there.
+
+  To report bugs, suggestions or comments, send email to bug-less@gnu.org.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 382 and 394
+
+* Add history file to save search and shell command history between
+  invocations of less.
+
+* Improve behavior of history list for search and shell commands.
+
+* Add -K (or --quit-on-intr) option to make less exit immediately on ctrl-C.
+
+* Improve handling of UTF-8 files and commands, including better
+  line wrapping and handling double-width chars.
+
+* Added LESSUTFBINFMT environment variable to control display of
+  non-printable characters in a UTF-8 file.
+
+* Add --with-secure option to configure, to make it easier to
+  build a secure version of less.
+
+* Show search matches in the status column even if search highlights
+  are disabled via the -G option or the ESC-u command.
+
+* Improve performance when the file contains very long lines.
+
+* Add "windows" charset.
+
+* Add man page for lessecho.
+
+* Add support for erase2 character, treated same as erase.
+
+* Use ASCII lowercase/uppercase logic when operating on the command line.
+
+* Update makefile for Borland C++ 5.5.1.
+
+* Fix bug in calculating number of pages for %D prompt.
+
+* Fix bug in handling tag file error.
+
+* Fix obscure bug if input file is deleted while viewing help.
+
+* Fix bug handling filenames which include square brackets.
+
+* Fix possible buffer overflow in "global" tag search.
+
+* Fix possible buffer overflow in usage of LESSOPEN and LESSCLOSE.
+
+* Fix buffer overflow in reverse search.
+
+======================================================================
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 381 and 382
+
+* Removed some old copyrighted code.
+  This probably breaks OS/9 support.
+
+======================================================================
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 378 and 381
+
+* New -L option to disable LESSOPEN processing.
+
+* Further support for large (64 bit) file addressing.
+  Large file support is now set up by the configure script.
+
+* Use autoconf 2.54.
+  Replace configure.in, acconfig.h, defines.h.top with configure.ac.
+
+* Overstriking underscore with underscore is now bold or underlined 
+  depending on context.
+
+* Use only 7 spaces for line numbers in -N mode, if possible.
+
+* Fix some bugs in handling overstriking in UTF-8 files.
+
+* Fix some nroff issues in the man page.
+
+======================================================================
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 376 and 378
+
+* Bug fixes:
+  Default buffer space is now 64K as documented.
+  Search highlighting works properly when used with -R.
+  Windows version works properly when input file contains carriage returns.
+  Clean up some compiler warnings.
+
+======================================================================
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 358 and 376
+
+* -x option can now specify multiple variable-width tab stops.
+
+* -X option no longer disables keypad initialization.
+  New option --no-keypad disables keypad initialization.
+
+* New commands t and T step through multiple tag matches.
+  Added support for "global(1)" tags
+  (see http://www.gnu.org/software/global/global.html).
+
+* New prompt style set by option -Pw defines the message printed 
+  while waiting for data in the F command.
+
+* System-wide lesskey file now defaults to sysless in etc directory 
+  instead of .sysless in bin directory.
+  Use "configure --sysconfdir=..." to change it.
+  (For backwards compatibility, .sysless in bin is still recognized.)
+
+* Pressing RightArrow or LeftArrow while entering a number now shifts
+  the display N columns rather than editing the number itself.
+
+* Status column (enabled with -J) now shows search results.
+
+* Windows version sets window title.
+
+* Default LESSCHARSET for MS-DOS versions is now "dos".
+
+* Searching works better with ANSI (SGR) escape sequences.
+  ANSI color escape sequences are now supported in the MS-DOS (DJGPP) version.
+
+* Improved performance in reading very large pipes.
+
+* Eliminated some dependencies on file offets being 32 bits.
+
+* Fixed problems when viewing files with very long lines.
+
+* Fixed overstriking in UTF-8 mode, and overstriking tabs.
+
+* Improved horizontal shifting of text using -R option with ANSI color.
+
+* Improved handling of filenames containing shell metacharacters.
+
+* Some fixes for EBCDIC systems.
+
+* Some fixes for OS/2 systems.
+
+======================================================================
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 354 and 358
+
+* Add -J (--status-column) option to display a status column.
+
+* Add -# (--shift) option to set default horizontal shift distance.
+  Default horizontal shift distance is now one-half screen width.
+
+* Horizontal shifting does not shift line numbers if -N is in effect.
+
+* Horizontal shifting acts as though -S were set, to avoid confusion.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 352 and 354
+
+* Allow space after numeric-valued command line options.
+
+* Fix problem with configuring terminal libraries on some systems.
+
+* Add support for PCRE regular expression library.
+
+* Add --with-regex option to configure to allow manually selecting
+  a regular expression library.
+
+* Fix bug compiling with SECURE = 1.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 346 and 352
+
+* Enable UTF-8 if "UTF-8" appears in locale-related environment variables.
+
+* Add --with-editor option to configure script.
+
+* The -M prompt and = message now show the top and bottom line number.
+
+* Fix bug in running the editor on a file whose name contains quotes, etc.
+
+* Fix bug in horizontal scrolling of long lines.
+
+* Fix bug in doing :d on a file which contains marks.
+
+* Fix bug causing cleared lines to sometimes be filled with standout, 
+  bold, underline, etc. on certain terminals.
+
+* Fixes for MS-DOS (DJGPP) version.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 340 and 346
+
+* The UTF-8 character set is now supported.
+
+* The default character set is now latin1 rather than ascii.
+
+* New option -R (--RAW-CONTROL-CHARS) is like -r but handles 
+  long (wrapped) lines correctly, as long as the input contains only 
+  normal text and ANSI color escape sequences.
+
+* New option -F (--quit-if-one-screen) quits if the text fits on
+  the first screen.
+
+* The -w option now highlights the target line of a g or p command.
+
+* A system-wide lesskey file is supported (LESSKEY_SYSTEM).
+
+* New escape for prompt strings: %c is replaced by column number.
+
+* New escape for prompt strings: %P is replaced by percentage into
+  file, based on line number rather than byte offset.
+
+* HOME and END keys now jump to beginning of file or end of file.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 337 and 340
+
+* Command line options for less may now be given in either the old 
+  single-letter form, or a new long name form (--option-name).
+  See the less man page or "less --help" for the list of long option names.
+
+* Command line options for lesskey may now be given in a new long name
+  form.  See the lesskey man page for the list of long option names.
+
+* New command -- toggles an option using the long option name.
+
+* New command __ queries an option using the long option name.
+
+* The old -- command is renamed as -!.
+
+* If a ^P is entered between the dash and the option letter of the -
+  command, the message describing the new setting is suppressed.
+
+* Lesskey files may now contain \k escape sequences to represent the
+  "special" keys (arrows, PAGE-UP/PAGE-DOWN, HOME, END, INSERT, DELETE).
+
+* New command :d removes the current file from the list of files.
+
+* New option -~ (like -w before version 335)
+  suppresses tildes after end-of-file.
+
+* Less is now released under the GNU General Public License.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 335 and 337
+
+* Fixed bugs in "make install".
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 332 and 335
+
+* The old -w flag (suppress tildes after end-of-file) has been removed.
+
+* New -w flag highlights the first new line after a forward-screen.
+
+* New -W flag highlights the first new line after any forward movement.
+
+* Window resize works even if LINES and/or COLUMNS environment 
+  variables are incorrect.
+
+* New percent escapes for prompt strings:
+  %d is replaced by the page number, and
+  %D is replaced by the number of pages in the file.
+
+* Added charsets "iso8859" and "ebcdic".
+
+* In Windows version, uses HOMEDRIVE and HOMEPATH if HOME is not defined.
+
+* Fixed some bugs causing incorrect display on DOS/Windows.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 330 and 332
+
+* Filenames from the command line are entered into the command history,
+  so UPARROW/DOWNARROW can be used to retrieve them from the :e command.
+
+* Now works correctly on Windows when using a scrolling terminal
+  window (buffer larger than display window).
+
+* On Windows, now restores the console screen on exit.  
+  Use -X to get the old behavior.
+
+* Fixed bug on Windows when CAPS-LOCK or NUM-LOCK is pressed.
+
+* Fixed bug on Windows when piping output of an interactive program.
+
+* Fixed bug in tags file processing when tags file has DOS-style
+  line terminators (CR/LF).
+
+* Fixed compilation problem on OS/2.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 321 and 330
+
+* Now supports filenames containing spaces (in double quotes).
+  New option -" can be used to change the quoting characters.
+
+* In filename completion, a slash is appended to a directory name.
+  If the environment variable LESSSEPARATOR is set, the value of
+  that variable, rather than a slash, is appended.
+
+* LeftArrow and RightArrow are same as ESC-[ and ESC-].
+
+* Added commands ESC-( and ESC-), same as ESC-[ and ESC-].
+
+* A "quit" command defined in a lesskey file may now have an "extra" 
+  string, which is used to return an exit code from less when it quits.
+
+* New environment variables LESSMETACHARS and LESSMETAESCAPE provide
+  more control over how less interfaces to the shell.
+
+* Ported to Microsoft Visual C compiler for Windows.
+
+* Ported to DJGPP compiler for MS-DOS.
+
+* Bug fixes.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 291 and 321
+
+* Command line at bottom of screen now scrolls, so it can be longer 
+  than the screen width.
+
+* New commands ESC-] and ESC-[ scroll the display horizontally.
+
+* New command ESC-SPACE scrolls forward a full screen, even if it
+  hits end-of-file.
+
+* Alternate modifiers for search commands: ^N is same as !,
+  ^F is same as @, and ^E is same as *.
+
+* New modifier for search commands: ^K means highlight the matches
+  currently on-screen, but don't move to the first match.
+
+* New modifier for search commands: ^R means don't use regular
+  expressions in the search.
+
+* Environment variable LESSKEY gives name of default lesskey file.
+
+* Environment variable LESSSECURE will force less to run in
+  "secure" mode.
+
+* Command line argument "--" signals that the rest of the arguments
+  are files (not option flags).
+
+* Help file (less.hlp) is no longer installed.  Help text is now 
+  embedded in the less executable itself.
+
+* Added -Ph to change the prompt for the help text.
+  Added -Ps to change the default short prompt (same as plain -P).
+
+* Ported to the Borland C compiler for MS-DOS.
+
+* Ported to Windows 95 & Windows NT.
+
+* Ported to OS-9.
+
+* Ported to GNU Hurd.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 290 and 291
+
+* Less environment variables can be specified in lesskey files.
+
+* Fixed MS-DOS build.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 278 and 290
+
+* Accepts GNU-style options "--help" and "--version".
+
+* OS/2 version looks for less.ini in $HOME before $INIT and $PATH.
+
+* Bug fixes
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 252 and 278
+
+* A LESSOPEN preprocessor may now pipe the converted file data to less,
+  rather than writing it to a temporary file.
+
+* Search pattern highlighting has been fixed.  It now highlights 
+  reliably, even if a string is split across two screen lines,
+  contains TABs, etc.
+
+* The -F flag (which suppress search highlighting) has been changed 
+  to -G.  A new flag, -g, changes search highlighting to highlight 
+  only the string found by the last search command, instead of all 
+  strings which match the last search command.
+
+* New flag -I acts like -i, but ignores case even if the search 
+  pattern contains uppercase letters.
+
+* Less now checks for the environment variable VISUAL before EDITOR.
+
+* Ported to OS/2.
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 237 and 252
+
+* Changes in line-editing keys:
+  The literal key is now ^V or ^A rather than \ (backslash).
+  Filename completion commands (TAB and ^L) are disabled 
+  when typing a search pattern.
+
+* Line-editing command keys can be redefined using lesskey.
+
+* Lesskey with no input file defaults to $HOME/.lesskey
+  rather than standard input.
+
+* New option -V displays version number of less.
+
+* New option -V displays version number of lesskey.
+
+* Help file less.hlp is now installed by default in /usr/local/share 
+  rather than /usr/local/lib.
+
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 170 and 237
+
+* By popular demand, text which matches the current search pattern
+  is highlighted.  New -F flag disables this feature.
+
+* Henry Spencer's regexp.c is now included, for systems which do not
+  have a regular expression library.
+  regexp.c is Copyright (c) 1986 by University of Toronto.
+
+* New line-editing keys, including command history (arrow keys) and 
+  filename completion (TAB).
+
+* Input preprocessor allows modification of input files (e.g. uncompress)
+  via LESSOPEN/LESSCLOSE environment variables.
+
+* New -X flag disables sending termcap "ti" and "te" (initialize and
+  deinitialize) strings to the terminal. 
+
+* Changing -i from within less now correctly affects a subsequent
+  repeated search.  
+
+* Searching for underlined or overstruck text now works when the -u
+  flag is in effect, rather than the -i flag.
+
+* Use setlocale (LANG and LC_CTYPE environment variables) to determine
+  the character set if LESSCHARSET/LESSCHARDEF are not set.
+
+* The default format for displaying binary characters is now standout
+  (reverse video) rather than blinking.  This can still be changed by
+  setting the LESSBINFMT environment variable.
+
+* Use autoconf installation technology.
+
+* Ported to MS-DOS.
+
+        ********************************
+          Things that may surprise you
+        ********************************
+
+* When you enter text at the bottom of the screen (search string, 
+  filename, etc.), some keys act different than previously.  
+  Specifically, \ (backslash), ESC, TAB, BACKTAB, and control-L 
+  now have line editing functions.
+
+* Some previous unofficial versions of less were able to display
+  compressed files.  The new LESSOPEN/LESSCLOSE feature now provides
+  this functionality in a different way.
+
+* Some previous unofficial versions of less provided a -Z flag to 
+  set the number of lines of text to retain between full screen scrolls.
+  The -z-n flag (that is, -z with a negative number) provides this 
+  functionality.
+
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 123 and 170
+
+* New option -j allows target lines to be positioned anywhere on screen.
+
+* New option -S truncates displayed line at the screen width,
+  rather than wrapping onto the next line.
+
+* New option -y limits amount of forward scroll.
+
+* New option -T specifies a "tags" file.
+
+* Non-printable, non-control characters are displayed in octal.
+  Such characters, as well as control characters, are displayed 
+  in blinking mode.
+
+* New command -+ sets an option to its default.
+* New command -- sets an option to the opposite of its default.
+
+* Lesskey file may have a string appended to a key's action,
+  which acts as though typed in after the command.
+
+* New commands ESC-^F and ESC-^B match arbitrary types of brackets.
+
+* New command F monitors a growing file (like "tail -f").
+
+* New command | pipes a section of the input file into a shell command.
+
+* New command :x directly jumps to a file in the command line list.
+
+* Search commands have been enhanced and reorganized:
+	n	Repeat search, same direction.
+	N	Repeat search, opposite direction.
+	ESC-/	Search forward thru file boundaries
+	ESC-?	Search backward thru file boundaries
+	ESC-n	Repeat search thru file boundaries, same direction.
+	ESC-N	Repeat search thru file boundaries, opposite direction.
+  Special character * causes search to search thru file boundaries.
+  Special character @ causes search to begin at start/end of file list.
+
+* Examining a new file adds it to the command line list.
+  A list of files, or an expression which matches more than one file,
+  may be examined; all of them are added to the command line list.
+
+* Environment variables LESSCHARSET and LESSCHARDEF can define
+  a non-ASCII character set.
+
+* Partial support for MSDOS, including options -R for repainting screen
+  on quit, -v/-V to select video mode, and -W to change window size.
+
+
+======================================================================
+
+
+	Major changes between "less" versions 97 and 123
+
+* New option (-N) causes line numbers to be displayed in the
+  text of the file (like vi "set nu").
+
+* New option (-?) prints help message immediately.
+
+* New option (-r) displays "raw" control characters, without
+  mapping them to ^X notation.
+
+* New option (-f) forces less to open non-regular files
+  (directories, etc).
+
+* New option (-k) can be used to specify lesskey files by name.
+
+* New option (-y) can be used to set a forward scroll limit
+  (like -h sets a backward scroll limit).
+
+* File marks (set by the m command) are now preserved when a new
+  file is edited.  The ' command can thus be used to switch files.
+
+* New command ESC-/ searches all files (on the command line) 
+  for a pattern.
+
+* New command ESC-n repeats previous search, spanning files.
+
+* The N command has been changed to repeat the previous search
+  in the reverse direction.  The old N command is still available 
+  via :n.
+
+* New command ESC-N repeats previous search in the reverse
+  direction and spanning files.
+
+* 8 bit characters are now supported.  A new option (-g) can be 
+  used to strip off the eighth bit (the previous behavior).
+
+* Options which take a following string (like -t) may now
+  optionally have a space between the option letter and the string.
+
+* Six new commands { } ( ) [ and ] can be used to match
+  brackets of specific types, similar to vi % command.
+
+* New commands z and w move forward/backward one window and
+  simultaneously set the window size.
+
+* Prompt string expansion now has %L for line number of the last
+  line in the file, and %E for the name of the editor.
+  Also, % escapes which refer to a line (b=bottom, t=top, etc.)
+  can use j for the jump target line.
+
+* New environment variable LESSEDIT can be used to tailor the
+  command string passed to the editor by the v command.
+
+* Examining a file which was previously examined will return
+  to the same position in the file.
+
+* A "%" is expanded to the current filename and a "#" to the 
+  previous filename, in both shell commands and the E command.
+  (Previously % worked only in shell commands and # worked 
+  only in the E command.)
+
+* New command ":ta" is equivalent to "-t".
+
+* New command "s" is equivalent to "-l".
+
+* The - command may be followed by "+X" to revert to the default
+  for option X, or "-X" to get the opposite of the default.
+
+* Lesskey files may now include characters after the action as
+  extra input to be parsed after the action; for example:
+  "toggle-option X" to toggle a specific option X.

Modules/Pscx/Apps/README

+
+                            Less, version 394
+
+    This is the distribution of less, version 394, released 03 Dec 2005.
+    This program is part of the GNU project (http://www.gnu.org).
+
+    This program is free software.  You may redistribute it and/or
+    modify it under the terms of either:
+
+    1. The GNU General Public License, as published by the Free
+       Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
+       later version.  A copy of this license is in the file COPYING.
+    or
+    2. The Less License, in the file LICENSE.
+
+    Please report any problems to bug-less@gnu.org or markn@greenwoodsoftware.com.
+    See http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less for the latest info.
+    You may also contact the author at:
+          Mark Nudelman
+          Greenwood Software
+          PO Box 2402
+          El Granada, CA  94018
+          USA
+
+=========================================================================
+
+This is the distribution of "less", a paginator similar to "more" or "pg".
+
+The formatted manual page is in less.man.
+The manual page nroff source is in less.nro.
+Major changes made since the last posted version are in NEWS.
+
+=======================================================================
+INSTALLATION (Unix systems only):
+
+1. Move the distributed source to its own directory and unpack it,
+   if you have not already done so.  
+
+2. Type "sh configure".
+   This will generate a Makefile and a defines.h.
+   Warning: if you have a GNU sed, make sure it is version 2.05 or later.
+
+   The file INSTALL describes the usage of the configure program in
+   general.  In addition, these options to configure are supported:
+
+   --with-editor=program
+     Specifies the default editor program used by the "v" command.
+     The default is "vi".
+   --with-regex=lib
+     Specifies the regular expression library used by less for pattern
+     matching.  The default is "auto", which means the configure program 
+     finds a regular expression library automatically.  Other values are:
+        posix          Use the POSIX-compatible regcomp.
+        pcre           Use the PCRE library.
+        regcmp         Use the regcmp library.
+        re_comp        Use the re_comp library.
+        regcomp        Use the V8-compatible regcomp.
+        regcomp-local  Use Henry Spencer's V8-compatible regcomp
+                       (source is supplied with less).
+   --with-secure
+     Builds a "secure" version of less, with some features disabled
+	 to prevent users from viewing other files, accessing shell
+	 commands, etc.
+
+3. It is a good idea to look over the generated Makefile and defines.h
+   and make sure they look ok.  If you know of any peculiarities of
+   your system that configure might not have detected, you may fix the
+   Makefile now.  Take particular notice of the list of "terminal" 
+   libraries in the LIBS definition in the Makefile; these may need 
+   to be edited.  The terminal libraries will be some subset of
+       -lncurses  -lcurses  -ltermcap  -ltermlib
+
+   If you wish, you may edit defines.h to remove some optional features.
+   If you choose not to include some features in your version, you may
+   wish to edit the manual page "less.nro" and the help page "less.hlp" 
+   to remove the descriptions of the features which you are removing.
+   If you edit less.hlp, you should run "make -f Makefile.aut help.c".
+
+4. Type "make" and watch the fun.
+
+5. If the make succeeds, it will generate the programs "less",
+   "lesskey" and "lessecho" in your current directory.  Test the 
+   generated programs.
+
+6. When satisfied that it works, if you wish to install it
+   in a public place, type "make install".
+
+   The default install destinations are:
+        Executables (less, lesskey, lessecho) in /usr/local/bin
+        Documentation (less.nro, lesskey.nro) in /usr/local/man/man1
+   If you want to install any of these files elsewhere, define
+   bindir and/or mandir to the appropriate directories.
+
+If you have any problems building or running "less", suggestions, 
+complaints, etc., you may mail to the author at markn@greenwoodsoftware.com.
+
+Note to hackers: comments noting possible improvements are enclosed
+in double curly brackets {{ like this }}.
+
+
+
+=======================================================================
+INSTALLATION (MS-DOS systems only,
+              with Microsoft C, Borland C, or DJGPP)
+
+1. Move the distributed source to its own directory.
+   Depending on your compiler, you may need to convert the source 
+   to have CR-LF rather than LF as line terminators.
+
+2. If you are using Microsoft C, rename MAKEFILE.DSU to MAKEFILE.
+   If you are using Borland C, rename MAKEFILE.DSB to MAKEFILE.
+   If you are using DJGPP, rename MAKEFILE.DSG to MAKEFILE.
+
+3. Look at MAKEFILE to make sure that the definitions for CC and LIBDIR
+   are correct.  CC should be the name of your C compiler and
+   LIBDIR should be the directory where the C libraries reside (for
+   Microsoft C only).  If these definitions need to be changed, you can
+   either modify the definitions directly in MAKEFILE, or set your
+   environment variables CC and/or LIBDIR to override the definitions
+   in MAKEFILE.
+
+4. If you wish, you may edit DEFINES.DS to remove some optional features.
+   If you choose not to include some features in your version, you may
+   wish to edit the manual page LESS.MAN and the help page HELP.C
+   to remove the descriptions of the features which you are removing.
+
+5. Run your "make" program and watch the fun.
+   If your "make" requires a flag to import environment variables,
+   you should use that flag.
+   If your compiler runs out of memory, try running "make -n >cmds.bat" 
+   and then run cmds.bat.
+
+6. If the make succeeds, it will generate the programs "LESS.EXE" and
+   "LESSKEY.EXE" in your current directory.  Test the generated programs.
+
+7. When satisfied that it works, you may wish to install LESS.EXE and
+   LESSKEY.EXE in a directory which is included in your PATH.
+
+
+
+=======================================================================
+INSTALLATION (Windows-95, Windows-98 and Windows-NT systems only,
+              with Borland C or Microsoft Visual C++)
+
+1. Move the distributed source to its own directory.
+
+2. If you are using Borland C, rename Makefile.wnb to Makefile.
+   If you are using Microsoft Visual C++, rename Makefile.wnm to Makefile.
+
+3. Check the Makefile to make sure the definitions look ok.
+
+4. If you wish, you may edit defines.wn to remove some optional features.
+   If you choose not to include some features in your version, you may
+   wish to edit the manual page less.man and the help page help.c
+   to remove the descriptions of the features which you are removing.
+
+5. Type "make" and watch the fun.
+
+6. If the make succeeds, it will generate the programs "less.exe" and
+   "lesskey.exe" in your current directory.  Test the generated programs.
+
+7. When satisfied that it works, if you wish to install it
+   in a public place, type "make install".
+   See step 6 of the Unix installation instructions for details
+   on how to change the default installation directories.
+
+
+
+=======================================================================
+INSTALLATION (OS/2 systems only,
+              with EMX C)
+
+1. Move the distributed source to its own directory.
+
+2. Rename Makefile.o2e to Makefile.
+
+3. Check the Makefile to make sure the definitions look ok.
+
+4. If you wish, you may edit defines.o2 to remove some optional features.
+   If you choose not to include some features in your version, you may
+   wish to edit the manual page less.man and the help page help.c
+   to remove the descriptions of the features which you are removing.
+
+5. Type "make" and watch the fun.
+
+6. If the make succeeds, it will generate the programs "less.exe" and
+   "lesskey.exe" in your current directory.  Test the generated programs.
+
+7. Make sure you have the emx runtime installed. You need the emx DLLs
+   emx.dll and emxlibcs.dll and also the termcap database, termcap.dat.
+   Make sure you have termcap.dat either in the default location or
+   somewhere in a directory listed in the PATH or INIT environment 
+   variables.
+
+8. When satisfied that it works, you may wish to install less.exe,
+   lesskey.exe and scrsize.exe in a directory which is included in 
+   your PATH.  scrsize.exe is required only if you use a terminal
+   emulator such as xterm or rxvt.
+
+
+
+=======================================================================
+INSTALLATION (OS-9 systems only,
+              with Microware C or Ultra C)
+
+1. Move the distributed source to its own directory.
+
+2. If you are using Microware C, rename Makefile.o9c to Makefile.
+   If you are using Ultra C, rename Makefile.o9u to Makefile.
+
+3. Check the Makefile to make sure the definitions look ok.
+
+4. If you wish, you may edit defines.o9 to remove some optional features.
+   If you choose not to include some features in your version, you may
+   wish to edit the manual page less.man and the help page help.c
+   to remove the descriptions of the features which you are removing.
+
+5. Type "dmake" and watch the fun.
+   The standard OS-9 "make" will probably not work.  If you don't
+   have dmake, you can get a copy from os9archive.rtsi.com.
+
+6. If the make succeeds, it will generate the programs "less" and
+   "lesskey" in your current directory.  Test the generated programs.
+
+7. When satisfied that it works, if you wish to install it
+   in a public place, type "dmake install".
+   See step 6 of the Unix installation instructions for details
+   on how to change the default installation directories.
+
+=======================================================================
+ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:
+  Some versions of the less distribution are packaged using 
+  Info-ZIP's compression utility.
+  Info-ZIP's software is free and can be obtained as source 
+  code or executables from various anonymous-ftp sites,
+  including ftp.uu.net:/pub/archiving/zip.
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+LESS(1)                                                                LESS(1)
+
+
+
+NNAAMMEE
+       less - opposite of more
+
+SSYYNNOOPPSSIISS
+       lleessss --??
+       lleessss ----hheellpp
+       lleessss --VV
+       lleessss ----vveerrssiioonn
+       lleessss [[--[[++]]aaBBccCCddeeEEffFFggGGiiIIJJKKLLmmMMnnNNqqQQrrRRssSSuuUUVVwwWWXX~~]]
+            [[--bb _s_p_a_c_e]] [[--hh _l_i_n_e_s]] [[--jj _l_i_n_e]] [[--kk _k_e_y_f_i_l_e]]
+            [[--{{ooOO}} _l_o_g_f_i_l_e]] [[--pp _p_a_t_t_e_r_n]] [[--PP _p_r_o_m_p_t]] [[--tt _t_a_g]]
+            [[--TT _t_a_g_s_f_i_l_e]] [[--xx _t_a_b,,......]] [[--yy _l_i_n_e_s]] [[--[[zz]] _l_i_n_e_s]]
+            [[--## _s_h_i_f_t]] [[++[[++]]_c_m_d]] [[----]] [[_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e]]......
+       (See  the  OPTIONS section for alternate option syntax with long option
+       names.)
+
+
+DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN
+       _L_e_s_s is a program similar to _m_o_r_e (1), but which allows backward  move-
+       ment in the file as well as forward movement.  Also, _l_e_s_s does not have
+       to read the entire input file before  starting,  so  with  large  input
+       files  it  starts  up  faster than text editors like _v_i (1).  _L_e_s_s uses
+       termcap (or terminfo on some systems), so it can run on  a  variety  of
+       terminals.   There is even limited support for hardcopy terminals.  (On
+       a hardcopy terminal, lines which should be printed at the  top  of  the
+       screen are prefixed with a caret.)
+
+       Commands  are based on both _m_o_r_e and _v_i_.  Commands may be preceded by a
+       decimal number, called N in the descriptions below.  The number is used
+       by some commands, as indicated.
+
+
+CCOOMMMMAANNDDSS
+       In  the following descriptions, ^X means control-X.  ESC stands for the
+       ESCAPE  key;  for  example  ESC-v  means  the  two  character  sequence
+       "ESCAPE", then "v".
+
+       h or H Help:  display  a  summary of these commands.  If you forget all
+              the other commands, remember this one.
+
+       SPACE or ^V or f or ^F
+              Scroll forward N  lines,  default  one  window  (see  option  -z
+              below).   If  N  is  more  than  the screen size, only the final
+              screenful is displayed.  Warning: some systems use ^V as a  spe-
+              cial literalization character.
+
+       z      Like  SPACE,  but  if  N is specified, it becomes the new window
+              size.
+
+       ESC-SPACE
+              Like SPACE, but scrolls a full screenful,  even  if  it  reaches
+              end-of-file in the process.
+
+       RETURN or ^N or e or ^E or j or ^J
+              Scroll  forward N lines, default 1.  The entire N lines are dis-
+              played, even if N is more than the screen size.
+
+       d or ^D
+              Scroll forward N lines, default one half of the screen size.  If
+              N  is specified, it becomes the new default for subsequent d and
+              u commands.
+
+       b or ^B or ESC-v
+              Scroll backward N lines,  default  one  window  (see  option  -z
+              below).   If  N  is  more  than  the screen size, only the final
+              screenful is displayed.
+
+       w      Like ESC-v, but if N is specified, it  becomes  the  new  window
+              size.
+
+       y or ^Y or ^P or k or ^K
+              Scroll backward N lines, default 1.  The entire N lines are dis-
+              played, even if N is more than the screen size.   Warning:  some
+              systems use ^Y as a special job control character.
+
+       u or ^U
+              Scroll  backward  N  lines, default one half of the screen size.
+              If N is specified, it becomes the new default for  subsequent  d
+              and u commands.
+
+       ESC-) or RIGHTARROW
+              Scroll  horizontally right N characters, default half the screen
+              width (see the -# option).  If  a  number  N  is  specified,  it
+              becomes  the  default  for  future RIGHTARROW and LEFTARROW com-
+              mands.  While the text is scrolled, it acts  as  though  the  -S
+              option (chop lines) were in effect.
+
+       ESC-( or LEFTARROW
+              Scroll  horizontally  left N characters, default half the screen
+              width (see the -# option).  If  a  number  N  is  specified,  it
+              becomes  the  default  for  future RIGHTARROW and LEFTARROW com-
+              mands.
+
+       r or ^R or ^L
+              Repaint the screen.
+
+       R      Repaint the screen, discarding any buffered  input.   Useful  if
+              the file is changing while it is being viewed.
+
+       F      Scroll  forward, and keep trying to read when the end of file is
+              reached.  Normally this command would be used  when  already  at
+              the  end of the file.  It is a way to monitor the tail of a file
+              which is growing while it is being  viewed.   (The  behavior  is
+              similar to the "tail -f" command.)
+
+       g or < or ESC-<
+              Go to line N in the file, default 1 (beginning of file).  (Warn-
+              ing: this may be slow if N is large.)
+
+       G or > or ESC->
+              Go to line N in the file, default the end of the  file.   (Warn-
+              ing:  this  may  be slow if N is large, or if N is not specified
+              and standard input, rather than a file, is being read.)
+
+       p or % Go to a position N percent into the file.  N should be between 0
+              and 100.
+
+       {      If a left curly bracket appears in the top line displayed on the
+              screen, the { command  will  go  to  the  matching  right  curly
+              bracket.   The matching right curly bracket is positioned on the
+              bottom line of the screen.  If there is more than one left curly
+              bracket  on  the top line, a number N may be used to specify the
+              N-th bracket on the line.
+
+       }      If a right curly bracket appears in the bottom line displayed on
+              the  screen,  the  }  command will go to the matching left curly
+              bracket.  The matching left curly bracket is positioned  on  the
+              top  line  of the screen.  If there is more than one right curly
+              bracket on the top line, a number N may be used to  specify  the
+              N-th bracket on the line.
+
+       (      Like {, but applies to parentheses rather than curly brackets.
+
+       )      Like }, but applies to parentheses rather than curly brackets.
+
+       [      Like  {, but applies to square brackets rather than curly brack-
+              ets.
+
+       ]      Like }, but applies to square brackets rather than curly  brack-
+              ets.
+
+       ESC-^F Followed  by two characters, acts like {, but uses the two char-
+              acters as open and close brackets, respectively.   For  example,
+              "ESC  ^F < >" could be used to go forward to the > which matches
+              the < in the top displayed line.
+
+       ESC-^B Followed by two characters, acts like }, but uses the two  char-
+              acters  as  open and close brackets, respectively.  For example,
+              "ESC ^B < >" could be used to go backward to the < which matches
+              the > in the bottom displayed line.
+
+       m      Followed  by  any  lowercase  letter, marks the current position
+              with that letter.
+
+       '      (Single quote.)  Followed by any lowercase  letter,  returns  to
+              the position which was previously marked with that letter.  Fol-
+              lowed by another single quote, returns to the position at  which
+              the last "large" movement command was executed.  Followed by a ^
+              or $, jumps to the beginning or end of  the  file  respectively.
+              Marks  are  preserved when a new file is examined, so the ' com-
+              mand can be used to switch between input files.
+
+       ^X^X   Same as single quote.
+
+       /pattern
+              Search forward in the file for the N-th line containing the pat-
+              tern.  N defaults to 1.  The pattern is a regular expression, as
+              recognized by the regular expression library  supplied  by  your
+              system.  The search starts at the second line displayed (but see
+              the -a and -j options, which change this).
+
+              Certain characters are special if entered at  the  beginning  of
+              the  pattern;  they modify the type of search rather than become
+              part of the pattern:
+
+              ^N or !
+                     Search for lines which do NOT match the pattern.
+
+              ^E or *
+                     Search multiple files.  That is, if  the  search  reaches
+                     the  END of the current file without finding a match, the
+                     search continues in the next file  in  the  command  line
+                     list.
+
+              ^F or @
+                     Begin  the  search at the first line of the FIRST file in
+                     the command line list, regardless of  what  is  currently
+                     displayed  on  the screen or the settings of the -a or -j
+                     options.
+
+              ^K     Highlight any text which matches the pattern on the  cur-
+                     rent screen, but don't move to the first match (KEEP cur-
+                     rent position).
+
+              ^R     Don't interpret regular expression  metacharacters;  that
+                     is, do a simple textual comparison.
+
+       ?pattern
+              Search  backward  in  the  file for the N-th line containing the
+              pattern.  The search starts at the line immediately  before  the
+              top line displayed.
+
+              Certain characters are special as in the / command:
+
+              ^N or !
+                     Search for lines which do NOT match the pattern.
+
+              ^E or *
+                     Search  multiple  files.   That is, if the search reaches
+                     the beginning of  the  current  file  without  finding  a
+                     match,  the  search continues in the previous file in the
+                     command line list.
+
+              ^F or @
+                     Begin the search at the last line of the last file in the
+                     command  line  list, regardless of what is currently dis-
+                     played on the screen or the settings  of  the  -a  or  -j
+                     options.
+
+              ^K     As in forward searches.
+
+              ^R     As in forward searches.
+
+       ESC-/pattern
+              Same as "/*".
+
+       ESC-?pattern
+              Same as "?*".
+
+       n      Repeat  previous  search, for N-th line containing the last pat-
+              tern.  If the previous search was modified by ^N, the search  is
+              made  for the N-th line NOT containing the pattern.  If the pre-
+              vious search was modified by ^E, the  search  continues  in  the
+              next  (or  previous)  file if not satisfied in the current file.
+              If the previous search was modified by ^R, the  search  is  done
+              without  using  regular  expressions.  There is no effect if the
+              previous search was modified by ^F or ^K.
+
+       N      Repeat previous search, but in the reverse direction.
+
+       ESC-n  Repeat previous  search,  but  crossing  file  boundaries.   The
+              effect is as if the previous search were modified by *.
+
+       ESC-N  Repeat  previous search, but in the reverse direction and cross-
+              ing file boundaries.
+
+       ESC-u  Undo search highlighting.   Turn  off  highlighting  of  strings
+              matching the current search pattern.  If highlighting is already
+              off because of a previous ESC-u command, turn highlighting  back
+              on.   Any  search  command  will also turn highlighting back on.
+              (Highlighting can also be disabled by toggling the -G option; in
+              that case search commands do not turn highlighting back on.)
+
+       :e [filename]
+              Examine  a  new file.  If the filename is missing, the "current"
+              file (see the :n and :p commands below) from the list  of  files
+              in  the  command line is re-examined.  A percent sign (%) in the
+              filename is replaced by the name of the current file.   A  pound
+              sign  (#)  is  replaced  by  the name of the previously examined
+              file.   However,  two  consecutive  percent  signs  are   simply
+              replaced with a single percent sign.  This allows you to enter a
+              filename that contains a percent sign in the  name.   Similarly,
+              two  consecutive  pound  signs  are replaced with a single pound
+              sign.  The filename is inserted into the command  line  list  of
+              files  so  that it can be seen by subsequent :n and :p commands.
+              If the filename consists of several files, they are all inserted
+              into  the  list  of files and the first one is examined.  If the
+              filename contains one or more spaces, the entire filename should
+              be enclosed in double quotes (also see the -" option).
+
+       ^X^V or E
+              Same  as :e.  Warning: some systems use ^V as a special literal-
+              ization character.  On such systems, you may not be able to  use
+              ^V.
+
+       :n     Examine  the next file (from the list of files given in the com-
+              mand line).  If a number N is specified, the N-th next  file  is
+              examined.
+
+       :p     Examine the previous file in the command line list.  If a number
+              N is specified, the N-th previous file is examined.
+
+       :x     Examine the first file in the command line list.  If a number  N
+              is specified, the N-th file in the list is examined.
+
+       :d     Remove the current file from the list of files.
+
+       t      Go  to the next tag, if there were more than one matches for the
+              current tag.  See the -t option for more details about tags.
+
+       T      Go to the previous tag, if there were more than one matches  for
+              the current tag.
+
+       = or ^G or :f
+              Prints  some  information about the file being viewed, including
+              its name and the line number and byte offset of the bottom  line
+              being  displayed.  If possible, it also prints the length of the
+              file, the number of lines in the file and  the  percent  of  the
+              file above the last displayed line.
+
+       -      Followed  by one of the command line option letters (see OPTIONS
+              below), this will change the setting of that option and print  a
+              message  describing  the  new  setting.   If a ^P (CONTROL-P) is
+              entered immediately after the dash, the setting of the option is
+              changed  but  no message is printed.  If the option letter has a
+              numeric value (such as -b or -h), or a string value (such as  -P
+              or  -t), a new value may be entered after the option letter.  If
+              no new value is entered, a message describing the  current  set-
+              ting is printed and nothing is changed.
+
+       --     Like  the  -  command, but takes a long option name (see OPTIONS
+              below) rather than a  single  option  letter.   You  must  press
+              RETURN after typing the option name.  A ^P immediately after the
+              second dash suppresses printing of a message describing the  new
+              setting, as in the - command.
+
+       -+     Followed  by  one  of  the command line option letters this will
+              reset the option to its default  setting  and  print  a  message
+              describing  the  new  setting.  (The "-+_X" command does the same
+              thing as "-+_X" on the command line.)  This  does  not  work  for
+              string-valued options.
+
+       --+    Like  the -+ command, but takes a long option name rather than a
+              single option letter.
+
+       -!     Followed by one of the command line option  letters,  this  will
+              reset  the  option  to the "opposite" of its default setting and
+              print a message describing the new setting.  This does not  work
+              for numeric or string-valued options.
+
+       --!    Like  the -! command, but takes a long option name rather than a
+              single option letter.
+
+       _      (Underscore.)  Followed by one of the command line  option  let-
+              ters,  this  will print a message describing the current setting
+              of that option.  The setting of the option is not changed.
+
+       __     (Double underscore.)  Like the _ (underscore) command, but takes
+              a long option name rather than a single option letter.  You must
+              press RETURN after typing the option name.
+
+       +cmd   Causes the specified cmd to be executed each time a new file  is
+              examined.  For example, +G causes _l_e_s_s to initially display each
+              file starting at the end rather than the beginning.
+
+       V      Prints the version number of _l_e_s_s being run.
+
+       q or Q or :q or :Q or ZZ
+              Exits _l_e_s_s_.
+
+       The following four commands may or may not be valid, depending on  your
+       particular installation.
+
+
+       v      Invokes  an  editor  to edit the current file being viewed.  The
+              editor is taken from the environment variable VISUAL if defined,
+              or  EDITOR if VISUAL is not defined, or defaults to "vi" if nei-
+              ther VISUAL nor EDITOR is defined.  See also the  discussion  of
+              LESSEDIT under the section on PROMPTS below.
+
+       ! shell-command
+              Invokes  a shell to run the shell-command given.  A percent sign
+              (%) in the command is replaced by the name of the current  file.
+              A pound sign (#) is replaced by the name of the previously exam-
+              ined file.  "!!" repeats the last shell command.   "!"  with  no
+              shell  command  simply  invokes  a  shell.  On Unix systems, the
+              shell is taken from the environment variable SHELL, or  defaults
+              to  "sh".   On  MS-DOS and OS/2 systems, the shell is the normal
+              command processor.
+
+       | <m> shell-command
+              <m> represents any mark letter.  Pipes a section  of  the  input
+              file  to the given shell command.  The section of the file to be
+              piped is between the first line on the current  screen  and  the
+              position  marked by the letter.  <m> may also be ^ or $ to indi-
+              cate beginning or end of file respectively.  If <m> is . or new-
+              line, the current screen is piped.
+
+       s filename
+              Save  the  input  to  a file.  This only works if the input is a
+              pipe, not an ordinary file.
+
+
+OOPPTTIIOONNSS
+       Command line options are described below.  Most options may be  changed
+       while _l_e_s_s is running, via the "-" command.
+
+       Most  options  may be given in one of two forms: either a dash followed
+       by a single letter, or two dashes followed by a long  option  name.   A
+       long  option  name  may  be  abbreviated as long as the abbreviation is
+       unambiguous.  For example, --quit-at-eof may be abbreviated --quit, but
+       not --qui, since both --quit-at-eof and --quiet begin with --qui.  Some
+       long option names are in uppercase, such as --QUIT-AT-EOF, as  distinct
+       from  --quit-at-eof.   Such  option  names  need  only have their first
+       letter capitalized; the remainder of the name may be  in  either  case.
+       For example, --Quit-at-eof is equivalent to --QUIT-AT-EOF.
+
+       Options are also taken from the environment variable "LESS".  For exam-
+       ple, to avoid typing "less -options ..." each time _l_e_s_s is invoked, you
+       might tell _c_s_h_:
+
+       setenv LESS "-options"
+
+       or if you use _s_h_:
+
+       LESS="-options"; export LESS
+
+       On  MS-DOS,  you don't need the quotes, but you should replace any per-
+       cent signs in the options string by double percent signs.
+
+       The environment variable is parsed before the command line, so  command
+       line  options  override  the  LESS  environment variable.  If an option
+       appears in the LESS variable, it can be reset to its default  value  on
+       the command line by beginning the command line option with "-+".
+
+       For  options like -P or -D which take a following string, a dollar sign
+       ($) must be used to signal the end of the string.  For example, to  set
+       two  -D  options  on  MS-DOS, you must have a dollar sign between them,
+       like this:
+
+       LESS="-Dn9.1$-Ds4.1"
+
+
+       -? or --help
+              This option displays a summary of the commands accepted by  _l_e_s_s
+              (the  same  as  the  h  command).   (Depending on how your shell
+              interprets the question mark, it may be necessary to  quote  the
+              question mark, thus: "-\?".)
+
+       -a or --search-skip-screen
+              Causes  searches  to  start after the last line displayed on the
+              screen, thus skipping all lines displayed  on  the  screen.   By
+              default,  searches  start  at  the second line on the screen (or
+              after the last found line; see the -j option).
+
+       -b_n or --buffers=_n
+              Specifies the amount of buffer space  _l_e_s_s  will  use  for  each
+              file,  in  units  of  kilobytes (1024 bytes).  By default 64K of
+              buffer space is used for each file (unless the file is  a  pipe;
+              see  the  -B  option).   The  -b option specifies instead that _n
+              kilobytes of buffer space should be used for each file.  If _n is
+              -1,  buffer space is unlimited; that is, the entire file is read
+              into memory.
+
+       -B or --auto-buffers
+              By default, when data is read from a pipe, buffers are allocated
+              automatically as needed.  If a large amount of data is read from
+              the pipe, this can cause a large amount of memory  to  be  allo-
+              cated.   The  -B  option  disables  this automatic allocation of
+              buffers for pipes, so that only 64K  (or  the  amount  of  space
+              specified  by the -b option) is used for the pipe.  Warning: use
+              of -B can result in  erroneous  display,  since  only  the  most
+              recently  viewed part of the file is kept in memory; any earlier
+              data is lost.
+
+       -c or --clear-screen
+              Causes full screen repaints to be  painted  from  the  top  line
+              down.   By  default,  full screen repaints are done by scrolling
+              from the bottom of the screen.
+
+       -C or --CLEAR-SCREEN
+              The -C option is like -c, but the screen is cleared before it is
+              repainted.
+
+       -d or --dumb
+              The -d option suppresses the error message normally displayed if
+              the terminal is dumb; that is, lacks some important  capability,
+              such as the ability to clear the screen or scroll backward.  The
+              -d option does not otherwise change the behavior of  _l_e_s_s  on  a
+              dumb terminal.
+
+       -Dxx_c_o_l_o_r or --color=xx_c_o_l_o_r
+              [MS-DOS only] Sets the color of the text displayed.  xx is a sin-
+              gle character which selects the type  of  text  whose  color  is
+              being  set: n=normal, s=standout, d=bold, u=underlined, k=blink.
+              _c_o_l_o_r is a pair of numbers separated by  a  period.   The  first
+              number  selects  the foreground color and the second selects the
+              background color of the text.  A single number _N is the same  as
+              _N_._0.
+
+       -e or --quit-at-eof
+              Causes  _l_e_s_s  to  automatically  exit the second time it reaches
+              end-of-file.  By default, the only way to exit _l_e_s_s is  via  the
+              "q" command.
+
+       -E or --QUIT-AT-EOF
+              Causes _l_e_s_s to automatically exit the first time it reaches end-
+              of-file.
+
+       -f or --force
+              Forces non-regular files to be opened.  (A non-regular file is a
+              directory  or a device special file.)  Also suppresses the warn-
+              ing message when a binary file is opened.  By default, _l_e_s_s will
+              refuse to open non-regular files.
+
+       -F or --quit-if-one-screen
+              Causes _l_e_s_s to automatically exit if the entire file can be dis-
+              played on the first screen.
+
+       -g or --hilite-search
+              Normally, _l_e_s_s will highlight ALL strings which match  the  last
+              search  command.   The  -g option changes this behavior to high-
+              light only the particular string which was  found  by  the  last
+              search command.  This can cause _l_e_s_s to run somewhat faster than
+              the default.
+
+       -G or --HILITE-SEARCH
+              The -G option suppresses all highlighting of  strings  found  by
+              search commands.
+
+       -h_n or --max-back-scroll=_n
+              Specifies  a  maximum number of lines to scroll backward.  If it
+              is necessary to scroll backward more than _n lines, the screen is
+              repainted in a forward direction instead.  (If the terminal does
+              not have the ability to scroll backward, -h0 is implied.)
+
+       -i or --ignore-case
+              Causes searches to ignore case; that is, uppercase and lowercase
+              are  considered identical.  This option is ignored if any upper-
+              case letters appear in the search pattern; in other words, if  a
+              pattern  contains  uppercase  letters, then that search does not
+              ignore case.
+
+       -I or --IGNORE-CASE
+              Like -i, but searches ignore case even if the  pattern  contains
+              uppercase letters.
+
+       -j_n or --jump-target=_n
+              Specifies  a line on the screen where the "target" line is to be
+              positioned.  A target line is the object of a text  search,  tag
+              search,  jump  to  a  line number, jump to a file percentage, or
+              jump to a marked position.  The screen line is  specified  by  a
+              number:  the  top line on the screen is 1, the next is 2, and so
+              on.  The number may be negative to specify a  line  relative  to
+              the  bottom  of the screen: the bottom line on the screen is -1,
+              the second to the bottom is -2, and so on.  If the -j option  is
+              used,  searches  begin  at the line immediately after the target
+              line.  For example, if "-j4" is used, the  target  line  is  the
+              fourth  line  on the screen, so searches begin at the fifth line
+              on the screen.
+
+       -J or --status-column
+              Displays a status column at the left edge of  the  screen.   The
+              status  column  shows the lines that matched the current search.
+              The status column is also used if the -w  or  -W  option  is  in
+              effect.
+
+       -k_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e or --lesskey-file=_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e
+              Causes  _l_e_s_s  to  open and interpret the named file as a _l_e_s_s_k_e_y
+              (1) file.  Multiple -k options may be specified.  If the LESSKEY
+              or  LESSKEY_SYSTEM  environment variable is set, or if a lesskey
+              file is found in a standard place (see KEY BINDINGS), it is also
+              used as a _l_e_s_s_k_e_y file.
+
+       -K or --quit-on-intr
+              Causes  _l_e_s_s  to  exit  immediately  when an interrupt character
+              (usually ^C) is typed.  Normally, an interrupt character  causes
+              _l_e_s_s  to  stop  whatever  it  is doing and return to its command
+              prompt.
+
+       -L or --no-lessopen
+              Ignore the LESSOPEN environment variable (see the INPUT  PREPRO-
+              CESSOR section below).  This option can be set from within _l_e_s_s,
+              but it will apply only to files opened subsequently, not to  the
+              file which is currently open.
+
+       -m or --long-prompt
+              Causes  _l_e_s_s  to  prompt verbosely (like _m_o_r_e), with the percent
+              into the file.  By default, _l_e_s_s prompts with a colon.
+
+       -M or --LONG-PROMPT
+              Causes _l_e_s_s to prompt even more verbosely than _m_o_r_e_.
+
+       -n or --line-numbers
+              Suppresses line numbers.  The default (to use line numbers)  may
+              cause  _l_e_s_s  to run more slowly in some cases, especially with a
+              very large input file.  Suppressing line  numbers  with  the  -n
+              option  will  avoid this problem.  Using line numbers means: the
+              line number will be displayed in the verbose prompt and in the =
+              command,  and the v command will pass the current line number to
+              the editor (see also  the  discussion  of  LESSEDIT  in  PROMPTS
+              below).
+
+       -N or --LINE-NUMBERS
+              Causes  a  line  number to be displayed at the beginning of each
+              line in the display.
+
+       -o_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e or --log-file=_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e
+              Causes _l_e_s_s to copy its input to the named file as it  is  being
+              viewed.  This applies only when the input file is a pipe, not an
+              ordinary file.  If the file already exists, _l_e_s_s  will  ask  for
+              confirmation before overwriting it.
+
+       -O_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e or --LOG-FILE=_f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e
+              The -O option is like -o, but it will overwrite an existing file
+              without asking for confirmation.
+
+              If no log file has been specified, the -o and -O options can  be
+              used  from  within  _l_e_s_s  to specify a log file.  Without a file
+              name, they will simply report the name of the log file.  The "s"
+              command is equivalent to specifying -o from within _l_e_s_s_.
+
+       -p_p_a_t_t_e_r_n or --pattern=_p_a_t_t_e_r_n
+              The  -p  option  on the command line is equivalent to specifying
+              +/_p_a_t_t_e_r_n; that is, it tells _l_e_s_s to start at the  first  occur-
+              rence of _p_a_t_t_e_r_n in the file.
+
+       -P_p_r_o_m_p_t or --prompt=_p_r_o_m_p_t
+              Provides  a  way  to  tailor the three prompt styles to your own
+              preference.  This option would normally be put in the LESS envi-
+              ronment variable, rather than being typed in with each _l_e_s_s com-
+              mand.  Such an option must either be the last option in the LESS
+              variable,  or be terminated by a dollar sign.  -Ps followed by a
+              string changes the default (short) prompt to that  string.   -Pm
+              changes  the  medium  (-m)  prompt.   -PM  changes the long (-M)
+              prompt.  -Ph changes  the  prompt  for  the  help  screen.   -P=
+              changes  the  message printed by the = command.  -Pw changes the
+              message printed while waiting for data (in the F command).   All
+              prompt  strings  consist  of  a  sequence of letters and special
+              escape sequences.  See the section on PROMPTS for more  details.
+
+       -q or --quiet or --silent
+              Causes  moderately  "quiet"  operation: the terminal bell is not
+              rung if an attempt is made to scroll past the end of the file or
+              before the beginning of the file.  If the terminal has a "visual
+              bell", it is used instead.  The bell will  be  rung  on  certain
+              other  errors, such as typing an invalid character.  The default
+              is to ring the terminal bell in all such cases.
+
+       -Q or --QUIET or --SILENT
+              Causes totally "quiet" operation: the  terminal  bell  is  never
+              rung.
+
+       -r or --raw-control-chars
+              Causes "raw" control characters to be displayed.  The default is
+              to display control characters  using  the  caret  notation;  for
+              example, a control-A (octal 001) is displayed as "^A".  Warning:
+              when the -r option is used, _l_e_s_s cannot keep track of the actual
+              appearance  of  the screen (since this depends on how the screen
+              responds to each type of control character).  Thus, various dis-
+              play  problems may result, such as long lines being split in the
+              wrong place.
+
+       -R or --RAW-CONTROL-CHARS
+              Like -r, but only ANSI "color" escape sequences  are  output  in
+              "raw" form.  Unlike -r, the screen appearance is maintained cor-
+              rectly  in  most  cases.   ANSI  "color"  escape  sequences  are
+              sequences of the form:
+
+                   ESC [ ... m
+
+              where  the  "..." is zero or more color specification characters
+              For the purpose of keeping  track  of  screen  appearance,  ANSI
+              color  escape sequences are assumed to not move the cursor.  You
+              can make _l_e_s_s think that characters other than "m" can end  ANSI
+              color  escape  sequences  by  setting  the  environment variable
+              LESSANSIENDCHARS to the list of characters which can end a color
+              escape  sequence.   And  you can make _l_e_s_s think that characters
+              other than the standard ones may appear between the ESC and  the
+              m  by  setting  the environment variable LESSANSIMIDCHARS to the
+              list of characters which can appear.
+
+       -s or --squeeze-blank-lines
+              Causes consecutive blank lines to  be  squeezed  into  a  single
+              blank line.  This is useful when viewing _n_r_o_f_f output.
+
+       -S or --chop-long-lines
+              Causes  lines  longer than the screen width to be chopped rather
+              than folded.  That is, the portion of a long line that does  not
+              fit  in  the  screen width is not shown.  The default is to fold
+              long lines; that is, display the remainder on the next line.
+
+       -t_t_a_g or --tag=_t_a_g
+              The -t option, followed immediately by a TAG, will edit the file
+              containing  that tag.  For this to work, tag information must be
+              available; for example, there may  be  a  file  in  the  current
+              directory called "tags", which was previously built by _c_t_a_g_s (1)
+              or an equivalent command.  If the environment variable LESSGLOB-
+              ALTAGS  is set, it is taken to be the name of a command compati-
+              ble with _g_l_o_b_a_l (1), and that command is executed  to  find  the
+              tag.  (See http://www.gnu.org/software/global/global.html).  The
+              -t option may also be specified from within _l_e_s_s  (using  the  -
+              command)  as a way of examining a new file.  The command ":t" is
+              equivalent to specifying -t from within _l_e_s_s_.
+
+       -T_t_a_g_s_f_i_l_e or --tag-file=_t_a_g_s_f_i_l_e
+              Specifies a tags file to be used instead of "tags".
+
+       -u or --underline-special
+              Causes backspaces and carriage returns to be treated  as  print-
+              able  characters;  that  is,  they are sent to the terminal when
+              they appear in the input.
+
+       -U or --UNDERLINE-SPECIAL
+              Causes backspaces, tabs and carriage returns to  be  treated  as
+              control  characters;  that  is, they are handled as specified by
+              the -r option.
+
+              By default, if neither -u nor  -U  is  given,  backspaces  which
+              appear  adjacent  to  an  underscore  character are treated spe-
+              cially: the underlined text is displayed  using  the  terminal's
+              hardware  underlining capability.  Also, backspaces which appear
+              between two identical  characters  are  treated  specially:  the
+              overstruck  text  is printed using the terminal's hardware bold-
+              face capability.  Other backspaces are deleted, along  with  the
+              preceding character.  Carriage returns immediately followed by a
+              newline are deleted.  other  carriage  returns  are  handled  as
+              specified  by the -r option.  Text which is overstruck or under-
+              lined can be searched for if neither -u nor -U is in effect.
+
+       -V or --version
+              Displays the version number of _l_e_s_s_.
+
+       -w or --hilite-unread
+              Temporarily highlights the first  "new"  line  after  a  forward
+              movement of a full page.  The first "new" line is the line imme-
+              diately following the line  previously  at  the  bottom  of  the
+              screen.  Also highlights the target line after a g or p command.
+              The highlight is removed at the next command which causes  move-
+              ment.   The  entire line is highlighted, unless the -J option is
+              in effect, in which case only the status column is  highlighted.
+
+       -W or --HILITE-UNREAD
+              Like -w, but temporarily highlights the first new line after any
+              forward movement command larger than one line.
+
+       -x_n,... or --tabs=_n,...
+              Sets tab stops.  If only one _n is specified, tab stops  are  set
+              at  multiples  of _n.  If multiple values separated by commas are
+              specified, tab stops are set at those positions, and  then  con-
+              tinue  with  the  same  spacing  as  the last two.  For example,
+              _-_x_9_,_1_7 will set tabs at positions  9,  17,  25,  33,  etc.   The
+              default for _n is 8.
+
+       -X or --no-init
+              Disables sending the termcap initialization and deinitialization
+              strings to the terminal.  This is  sometimes  desirable  if  the
+              deinitialization  string does something unnecessary, like clear-
+              ing the screen.
+
+       --no-keypad
+              Disables sending the keypad initialization and  deinitialization
+              strings to the terminal.  This is sometimes useful if the keypad
+              strings make the numeric keypad behave in an undesirable manner.
+
+       -y_n or --max-forw-scroll=_n
+              Specifies a maximum number of lines to scroll forward.  If it is
+              necessary to scroll forward more than _n  lines,  the  screen  is
+              repainted  instead.   The -c or -C option may be used to repaint
+              from the top of the screen if desired.  By default, any  forward
+              movement causes scrolling.
+
+       -[z]_n or --window=_n
+              Changes  the  default  scrolling  window  size  to _n lines.  The
+              default is one screenful.  The z and w commands can also be used
+              to  change the window size.  The "z" may be omitted for compati-
+              bility with _m_o_r_e_.  If the number _n is negative, it  indicates  _n
+              lines  less  than  the current screen size.  For example, if the
+              screen is 24 lines, _-_z_-_4 sets the scrolling window to 20  lines.
+              If the screen is resized to 40 lines, the scrolling window auto-
+              matically changes to 36 lines.
+
+       -_"_c_c or --quotes=_c_c
+              Changes the filename quoting character.  This may  be  necessary
+              if  you are trying to name a file which contains both spaces and
+              quote characters.  Followed by a single character, this  changes
+              the  quote  character to that character.  Filenames containing a
+              space should then be surrounded by that character rather than by
+              double  quotes.   Followed  by  two characters, changes the open
+              quote to the first character, and the close quote to the  second
+              character.  Filenames containing a space should then be preceded
+              by the open quote character and  followed  by  the  close  quote
+              character.   Note  that  even  after  the  quote  characters are
+              changed, this option remains -" (a dash  followed  by  a  double
+              quote).
+
+       -~ or --tilde
+              Normally lines after end of file are displayed as a single tilde
+              (~).  This option causes lines after end of file to be displayed
+              as blank lines.
+
+       -# or --shift
+              Specifies the default number of positions to scroll horizontally
+              in the RIGHTARROW and LEFTARROW commands.  If the number  speci-
+              fied  is  zero,  it  sets the default number of positions to one
+              half of the screen width.
+
+       --     A command line argument of "--" marks the end  of  option  argu-
+              ments.   Any  arguments  following this are interpreted as file-
+              names.  This can be useful when viewing a file whose name begins
+              with a "-" or "+".
+
+       +      If  a  command  line option begins with ++, the remainder of that
+              option is taken to be an initial command to _l_e_s_s_.  For  example,
+              +G  tells  _l_e_s_s  to start at the end of the file rather than the
+              beginning, and +/xyz tells it to start at the  first  occurrence
+              of  "xyz"  in  the file.  As a special case, +<number> acts like
+              +<number>g; that is, it starts the display at the specified line
+              number  (however,  see  the caveat under the "g" command above).
+              If the option starts with ++, the  initial  command  applies  to
+              every  file being viewed, not just the first one.  The + command
+              described previously may also be used to set (or change) an ini-
+              tial command for every file.
+
+
+LLIINNEE EEDDIITTIINNGG
+       When  entering command line at the bottom of the screen (for example, a
+       filename for the :e command, or the  pattern  for  a  search  command),
+       certain keys can be used to manipulate the command line.  Most commands
+       have an alternate form in [ brackets ] which can be used if a key  does
+       not  exist  on a particular keyboard.  (The bracketed forms do not work
+       in the MS-DOS version.)  Any of these special keys may be entered  lit-
+       erally  by  preceding it with the "literal" character, either ^V or ^A.
+       A backslash itself may also be entered literally by entering two  back-
+       slashes.
+
+       LEFTARROW [ ESC-h ]
+              Move the cursor one space to the left.
+
+       RIGHTARROW [ ESC-l ]
+              Move the cursor one space to the right.
+
+       ^LEFTARROW [ ESC-b or ESC-LEFTARROW ]
+              (That  is, CONTROL and LEFTARROW simultaneously.)  Move the cur-
+              sor one word to the left.
+
+       ^RIGHTARROW [ ESC-w or ESC-RIGHTARROW ]
+              (That is, CONTROL and RIGHTARROW simultaneously.)  Move the cur-
+              sor one word to the right.
+
+       HOME [ ESC-0 ]
+              Move the cursor to the beginning of the line.
+
+       END [ ESC-$ ]
+              Move the cursor to the end of the line.
+
+       BACKSPACE
+              Delete  the  character  to the left of the cursor, or cancel the
+              command if the command line is empty.