|-s||Skip root check|
|-v||Show the current version of winefish|
|-n 0|1||Open a new window (1) or not (0)|
|Open the project named <filename>|
|Set the line number the file will be opened at|
|-h||Show this help screen|
Some configuration files are loaded into $HOME/.winefish:
autotext Store shorcuts for text, i.e. LaTeX blocks You may edit it from the autotext panel in the preferences window custom_menu Define the contents of the custom menu You may edit it from the Edit custom menu item hightlighting Define the highlighting patterns for some languages You may edit it from the highlighting panel in the preferences window rcfile Store most of the other settings defined in the preferences window You may modify the settings in the various panels of the preferences window words Store a list of tags for autocompletion You may add tags from the autoX panel in the preferences window
Starting winefish from the command line: winefish Opening a file in a new window at line 100: winefish -n 1 -l 100 <filename> Opening a project in the current window: winefish -n 0 -p <project_filename>
This manual page was written for the Fink distribution as the original program does not have a manual page by Michele Garoche <email@example.com>.
Documentation see $prefix/share/doc/winefish.html Homepage http://winefish.berlios.de/ http://winefish.viettug.org/ http://winefish.sourceforge.net/ Mailing lists (devel) firstname.lastname@example.org (user) email@example.com
It may be used by other distribution.
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