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Manual Reference Pages  -  TCB (1)

NAME

tcb - file viewer on a terminal

CONTENTS

Version
Synopsis
Description
File
Environment Variable
Author

VERSION

1.4a-1 23 Nov 1998

SYNOPSIS

tcb [-?] [directory] [file] [<file]

DESCRIPTION

Tcb(1) is a file viewer that works on a terminal.

FILE

/usr/local/lib/tcb/HELP
  On-line manual file. Once tcb(1) is started, you can refer to HELP by typing Ctrl+j and then Ctrl+h.
/usr/local/lib/tcb/tcbrc
  Initialization file, used for setting of environment at tcb(1) startup. Copy tcbrc to ~/.tcb/ directory and then edit it accordingly. (The directory ~/.tcb/ will be made at the first execution.) If tcb(1) can’t be started, define ‘‘SHELL’’ of tcbrc or set either bash(1) or tcsh(1) to the environment variable ‘‘SHELL’’.
~/.tcb/history
  Tcb(1) will write access-history to history just before exits, and will read it from the file at the next startup. If the content of the file doesn’t end with a specific code, history.old (backup file that had been read at the previous startup) will be used for reading. Tcb(1) will not access history when started with a pipe or a regular-file or a directory argument.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE

TCB Tcb(1) can’t be started on a terminal where this variable is set. See Note described in HELP for details.
TCBCHARSET
  When the variable is set to ascii, tcb(1) will be started with ascii-mode. This mode will display one-byte non-ascii code as a highlighted hex number in angle brakets.

AUTHOR

Taketo Matsubara <moody@osk.3web.ne.jp>
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