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This is version 418
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MD5 (less-418.tar.gz) = b5864d76c54ddf4627fd57ab333c88b4
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	public void backspace ();
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162
#define IS_CSI_START(c)	((c) == ESC || (!utf_mode && ((unsigned char)(c)) == CSI))
163 163

  
164 164
#ifndef NULL
165 165
#define	NULL	0
./less.nro 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
1
.TH LESS 1 "Version 416: 22 Nov 2007"
1
.TH LESS 1 "Version 418: 02 Jan 2008"
2 2
.SH NAME
3 3
less \- opposite of more
4 4
.SH SYNOPSIS
......
890 890
certain keys can be used to manipulate the command line.
891 891
Most commands have an alternate form in [ brackets ] which can be used if
892 892
a key does not exist on a particular keyboard. 
893
(The bracketed forms do not work in the MS-DOS version.)
893
(Note that the forms beginning with ESC do not work 
894
in some MS-DOS and Windows systems because ESC is the line erase character.)
894 895
Any of these special keys may be entered literally by preceding
895 896
it with the "literal" character, either ^V or ^A.
896 897
A backslash itself may also be entered literally by entering two backslashes.
......
1174 1175
.IP windows
1175 1176
Selects a character set appropriate for Microsoft Windows (cp 1251).
1176 1177
.PP
1177
In special cases, it may be desired to tailor
1178
In rare cases, it may be desired to tailor
1178 1179
.I less
1179 1180
to use a character set other than the ones definable by LESSCHARSET.
1180 1181
In this case, the environment variable LESSCHARDEF can be used
......
1620 1621
.SH "SEE ALSO"
1621 1622
lesskey(1)
1622 1623

  
1623
.SH WARNINGS
1624
The = command and prompts (unless changed by \-P)
1625
report the line numbers of the lines at the top and bottom of the screen,
1626
but the byte and percent of the line after the one at the bottom of the screen.
1627
.PP
1628
On certain older terminals (the so-called "magic cookie" terminals),
1629
search highlighting will cause an erroneous display.
1630
On such terminals, search highlighting is disabled by default 
1631
to avoid possible problems.
1632
.PP
1633
When searching in a binary file, text which follows a null byte 
1634
may not be found.
1635
This problem does not occur when searching with regular expressions turned
1636
off via ^R, and also does not occur when
1637
.I less
1638
is compiled to use the PCRE regular expression library.
1639
.PP
1640
In certain cases, when search highlighting is enabled and 
1641
a search pattern begins with a ^,
1642
more text than the matching string may be highlighted.
1643
(This problem does not occur when less is compiled to use the POSIX
1644
regular expression package.)
1645
.PP
1646
On some systems,
1647
.I setlocale
1648
claims that ASCII characters 0 thru 31 are control characters 
1649
rather than binary characters.
1650
This causes 
1651
.I less 
1652
to treat some binary files as ordinary, non-binary files.
1653
To workaround this problem, set the environment variable
1654
LESSCHARSET to "ascii" (or whatever character set is appropriate).
1655
.PP
1656
This manual is too long.
1657
.PP
1658
See http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less for the latest list of known bugs in less.
1659

  
1660 1624
.SH COPYRIGHT
1661 1625
Copyright (C) 1984-2007  Mark Nudelman
1662 1626
.PP
......
1683 1647
.PP
1684 1648
Mark Nudelman <markn@greenwoodsoftware.com>
1685 1649
.br
1650
See http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less/bugs.html for the latest list of known bugs in less.
1651
.br
1686 1652
Send bug reports or comments to the above address or to 
1687 1653
.br
1688 1654
bug-less@gnu.org.
./lessecho.nro 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
1
.TH LESSECHO 1 "Version 416: 22 Nov 2007"
1
.TH LESSECHO 1 "Version 418: 02 Jan 2008"
2 2
.SH NAME
3 3
lessecho \- expand metacharacters
4 4
.SH SYNOPSIS
./lesskey.nro 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
1
.TH LESSKEY 1 "Version 416: 22 Nov 2007"
1
.TH LESSKEY 1 "Version 418: 02 Jan 2008"
2 2
.SH NAME
3 3
lesskey \- specify key bindings for less
4 4
.SH SYNOPSIS
./line.c 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
601 601
		if (!is_ansi_end(ch) && !is_ansi_middle(ch)) {
602 602
			/* Remove whole unrecognized sequence.  */
603 603
			do {
604
				if (curr == 0)
605
					break;
604 606
				--curr;
605 607
			} while (!IS_CSI_START(linebuf[curr]));
606 608
			return 0;
./output.c 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
31 31
extern int is_tty;
32 32
extern int oldbot;
33 33

  
34
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==BORLANDC || MSDOS_COMPILER==DJGPPC
34
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==WIN32C || MSDOS_COMPILER==BORLANDC || MSDOS_COMPILER==DJGPPC
35 35
extern int ctldisp;
36 36
extern int nm_fg_color, nm_bg_color;
37 37
extern int bo_fg_color, bo_bg_color;
......
102 102
	n = ob - obuf;
103 103
	if (n == 0)
104 104
		return;
105
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==WIN32C
106
	if (is_tty && any_display)
107
	{
108
		char *op;
109
		DWORD nwritten = 0;
110
		CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO scr;
111
		int row;
112
		int col;
113
		int olen;
114
		extern HANDLE con_out;
115 105

  
116
		olen = ob - obuf;
117
		/*
118
		 * There is a bug in Win32 WriteConsole() if we're
119
		 * writing in the last cell with a different color.
120
		 * To avoid color problems in the bottom line,
121
		 * we scroll the screen manually, before writing.
122
		 */
123
		GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(con_out, &scr);
124
		col = scr.dwCursorPosition.X;
125
		row = scr.dwCursorPosition.Y;
126
		for (op = obuf;  op < obuf + olen;  op++)
127
		{
128
			if (*op == '\n')
129
			{
130
				col = 0;
131
				row++;
132
			} else if (*op == '\r')
133
			{
134
				col = 0;
135
			} else
136
			{
137
				col++;
138
				if (col >= sc_width)
139
				{
140
					col = 0;
141
					row++;
142
				}
143
			}
144
		}
145
		if (row > scr.srWindow.Bottom)
146
			win32_scroll_up(row - scr.srWindow.Bottom);
147
		WriteConsole(con_out, obuf, olen, &nwritten, NULL);
148
		ob = obuf;
149
		return;
150
	}
151
#else
152 106
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==MSOFTC
153 107
	if (is_tty && any_display)
154 108
	{
......
158 112
		return;
159 113
	}
160 114
#else
161
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==BORLANDC || MSDOS_COMPILER==DJGPPC
115
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==WIN32C || MSDOS_COMPILER==BORLANDC || MSDOS_COMPILER==DJGPPC
162 116
	if (is_tty && any_display)
163 117
	{
164 118
		*ob = '\0';
165 119
		if (ctldisp != OPT_ONPLUS)
166
			cputs(obuf);
120
			WIN32textout(obuf, ob - obuf);
167 121
		else
168 122
		{
169 123
			/*
......
173 127
			 * the -D command-line option.
174 128
			 */
175 129
			char *anchor, *p, *p_next;
176
			int buflen = ob - obuf;
177
			unsigned char fg, bg, norm_attr;
178
			/*
179
			 * Only dark colors mentioned here, so that
180
			 * bold has visible effect.
181
			 */
130
			unsigned char fg, bg;
131
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==WIN32C
132
			/* Screen colors used by 3x and 4x SGR commands. */
133
			static unsigned char screen_color[] = {
134
				0, /* BLACK */
135
				FOREGROUND_RED,
136
				FOREGROUND_GREEN,
137
				FOREGROUND_RED|FOREGROUND_GREEN,
138
				FOREGROUND_BLUE, 
139
				FOREGROUND_BLUE|FOREGROUND_RED,
140
				FOREGROUND_BLUE|FOREGROUND_GREEN,
141
				FOREGROUND_BLUE|FOREGROUND_GREEN|FOREGROUND_RED
142
			};
143
#else
182 144
			static enum COLORS screen_color[] = {
183 145
				BLACK, RED, GREEN, BROWN,
184 146
				BLUE, MAGENTA, CYAN, LIGHTGRAY
185 147
			};
148
#endif
186 149

  
187
			/* Normal text colors are used as baseline. */
188
			bg = nm_bg_color & 0xf;
189
			fg = nm_fg_color & 0xf;
190
			norm_attr = (bg << 4) | fg;
191 150
			for (anchor = p_next = obuf;
192
			     (p_next = memchr (p_next, ESC,
193
					       buflen - (p_next - obuf)))
194
			       != NULL; )
151
			     (p_next = memchr(p_next, ESC, ob - p_next)) != NULL; )
195 152
			{
196 153
				p = p_next;
197

  
198
				/*
199
				 * Handle the null escape sequence
200
				 * (ESC-[m), which is used to restore
201
				 * the original color.
202
				 */
203
				if (p[1] == '[' && is_ansi_end(p[2]))
204
				{
205
					textattr(norm_attr);
206
					p += 3;
207
					anchor = p_next = p;
208
					continue;
209
				}
210

  
211
				if (p[1] == '[')	/* "Esc-[" sequence */
154
				if (p[1] == '[')  /* "ESC-[" sequence */
212 155
				{
213
					/*
214
					 * If some chars seen since
215
					 * the last escape sequence,
216
					 * write it out to the screen
217
					 * using current text attributes.
218
					 */
219 156
					if (p > anchor)
220 157
					{
221
						*p = '\0';
222
						cputs (anchor);
223
						*p = ESC;
158
						/*
159
						 * If some chars seen since
160
						 * the last escape sequence,
161
						 * write them out to the screen.
162
						 */
163
						WIN32textout(anchor, p-anchor);
224 164
						anchor = p;
225 165
					}
226
					p += 2;
166
					p += 2;  /* Skip the "ESC-[" */
167
					if (is_ansi_end(*p))
168
					{
169
						/*
170
						 * Handle null escape sequence
171
						 * "ESC[m", which restores
172
						 * the normal color.
173
						 */
174
						p++;
175
						anchor = p_next = p;
176
						WIN32setcolors(nm_fg_color, nm_bg_color);
177
						continue;
178
					}
227 179
					p_next = p;
180

  
181
					/*
182
					 * Select foreground/background colors
183
					 * based on the escape sequence. 
184
					 */
185
					fg = nm_fg_color;
186
					bg = nm_bg_color;
228 187
					while (!is_ansi_end(*p))
229 188
					{
230 189
						char *q;
231 190
						long code = strtol(p, &q, 10);
232 191

  
233
						if (!*q)
192
						if (*q == '\0')
234 193
						{
235 194
							/*
236 195
							 * Incomplete sequence.
......
238 197
							 * in the buffer.
239 198
							 */
240 199
							int slop = q - anchor;
200
							/* {{ strcpy args overlap! }} */
241 201
							strcpy(obuf, anchor);
242 202
							ob = &obuf[slop];
243 203
							return;
244 204
						}
245 205

  
246
						if (q == p
247
						    || code > 49 || code < 0
248
						    || (!is_ansi_end(*q)
249
							&& *q != ';'))
206
						if (q == p ||
207
						    code > 49 || code < 0 ||
208
						    (!is_ansi_end(*q) && *q != ';'))
250 209
						{
251 210
							p_next = q;
252 211
							break;
......
256 215

  
257 216
						switch (code)
258 217
						{
218
						default:
219
						/* case 0:  all attrs off */
220
						/* case 22: bold off */
221
						/* case 23: italic off */
222
						/* case 24: underline off */
223
						/* case 27: inverse off */
224
							fg = nm_fg_color;
225
							bg = nm_bg_color;
226
							break;
259 227
						case 1:	/* bold on */
260 228
							fg = bo_fg_color;
261 229
							bg = bo_bg_color;
262 230
							break;
263 231
						case 3:	/* italic on */
232
						case 7: /* inverse on */
264 233
							fg = so_fg_color;
265 234
							bg = so_bg_color;
266 235
							break;
......
268 237
							fg = ul_fg_color;
269 238
							bg = ul_bg_color;
270 239
							break;
240
						case 5: /* slow blink on */
241
						case 6: /* fast blink on */
242
							fg = bl_fg_color;
243
							bg = bl_bg_color;
244
							break;
271 245
						case 8:	/* concealed on */
272 246
							fg = (bg & 7) | 8;
273 247
							break;
274
						case 0:	/* all attrs off */
275
						case 22:/* bold off */
276
						case 23:/* italic off */
277
						case 24:/* underline off */
278
							fg = nm_fg_color;
279
							bg = nm_bg_color;
280
							break;
281 248
						case 30: case 31: case 32:
282 249
						case 33: case 34: case 35:
283 250
						case 36: case 37:
......
297 264
						}
298 265
						p = q;
299 266
					}
300
					if (is_ansi_end(*p) && p > p_next)
301
					{
302
						bg &= 15;
303
						fg &= 15;
304
						textattr ((bg << 4)| fg);
305
						p_next = anchor = p + 1;
306
					} else
267
					if (!is_ansi_end(*p) || p == p_next)
307 268
						break;
269
					fg &= 0xf;
270
					bg &= 0xf;
271
					WIN32setcolors(fg, bg);
272
					p_next = anchor = p + 1;
308 273
				} else
309 274
					p_next++;
310 275
			}
311 276

  
312 277
			/* Output what's left in the buffer.  */
313
			cputs (anchor);
278
			WIN32textout(anchor, ob - anchor);
314 279
		}
315 280
		ob = obuf;
316 281
		return;
317 282
	}
318 283
#endif
319 284
#endif
320
#endif
321 285
	fd = (any_display) ? 1 : 2;
322 286
	if (write(fd, obuf, n) != n)
323 287
		screen_trashed = 1;
./screen.c 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
2469 2469
	return ((char)ascii);
2470 2470
}
2471 2471
#endif
2472

  
2473
#if MSDOS_COMPILER
2474
/*
2475
 */
2476
	public void
2477
WIN32setcolors(fg, bg)
2478
	int fg;
2479
	int bg;
2480
{
2481
	SETCOLORS(fg, bg);
2482
}
2483

  
2484
/*
2485
 */
2486
	public void
2487
WIN32textout(text, len)
2488
	char *text;
2489
	int len;
2490
{
2491
#if MSDOS_COMPILER==WIN32C
2492
	WriteConsole(con_out, text, len, NULL, NULL);
2493
#else
2494
	char c = text[len];
2495
	text[len] = '\0';
2496
	cputs(text);
2497
	text[len] = c;
2498
#endif
2499
}
2500
#endif
./search.c 2008-03-20 03:43:27 +0100
167 167
		} else if ((ops & CVT_ANSI) && IS_CSI_START(ch))
168 168
		{
169 169
			/* Skip to end of ANSI escape sequence. */
170
			while (src + 1 != src_end)
171
				if (!is_ansi_middle(*++src))
170
			src++;  /* skip the CSI start char */
171
			while (src < src_end)
172
				if (!is_ansi_middle(*src++))
172 173
					break;
173 174
		} else 
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