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Re: zsh-lovers (run-help)

command man -M %p/share/man zshbuiltins | colcrt - |  ../Util/helpfiles

then use the run-help function

Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (Aug 05), Stephane Chazelas said:
>> On Sat, Aug 04, 2007 at 11:51:15PM -0600, fREW wrote:
>> [...]
>> > You all may have already seen this, but (at least in Ubuntu) there
>> > is a package called zsh-lovers that is a manpage of zsh examples.
>> > It's more convenient for looking up that one syntax that you tend
>> > to forget than trying to search zshall or figuring out which zsh
>> > manfile it's actually in.
>> [...]
>> I've not used man for zsh since 3.0. man is not suitable for a manual
>> that size, to my mind. Have you tried "info"? Try typing "i" withing
>> "info zsh", then the start of something you want to know about, then
>> <Tab>. You may want to learn about the "g", "m", "s" keys then :)
> I can't stand info; I use "man zshall" and do my searching in less.
> It's so easy to zip through matches with "n" and "N", as opposed to
> info where you have to hit "s <enter>" to go forward, and if you
> overshoot there's no way to back up to the previous match.
> --
> 	Dan Nelson
> 	dnelson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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