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Few

When you're trying to build an application on your terminal, how would you see the README file? less is common. But less uses a whole screen. These days most terminal emulator softwares support transparency. You can see other softwares under the terminal. If you can open the README file under the terminal beautifully, it must be useful. That's the reason why few was created.

INSTALL

git

$ git clone http://github.com/ujihisa/few.git /install/path
$ export PATH=/install/path/bin:$PATH # or to write it to shell rc file as well
$ few --help

Rubygems

$ gem install few
$ few --help

USAGE

$ few README

$ cat README | few

$ few -v
0.0.1

More details of usage are available on wiki

DEVELOPERS

The principles of few

  • Does not require any non-standard libraries
  • Works every Ruby from 1.8.6 to 1.9.2
    • Which means you have to avoid Enumerators and to care about Encodings
  • (spec/few is OK of working only in 1.8.7+)

Future plan

  • markdown
  • vim syntax highlight
  • filetype detection and syntax file

LICENCE

Ruby's Licence (GPL + MIT)

TWITTER BOT

@fewc

AUTHORS

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Top Contributors

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Releases

-   0.0.2 zip tar
-   0.0.1 zip tar