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- From: zzapper <david at tvis dot co dot uk>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2003 12:10:15 +0000
- Subject: wtf wtf
Having been alerted to the useful ANTIWORD by this NG (Thanx Very
Much) , I also happened across WTF
wtf "translates acronyms and filename suffixes for you"
I installed and naivelly typed > wtf gsm
Nowt happened. From reading the brief man page,
I realised that the datafiles were in /usr/share/wtf
However the datafiles aren't very large/comprehensive which makes the
tool rather useless. I can generate my own datafiles with wtfindex.
But cannot see what WTF gives me that a simple grep couldn't do just
My main GRUMBLE however is that Yet Another Man Page which gives no
> wtf AFAIK
> wtf .asm (you have to include the dot to get file extensions)
> wtf sco (try this one!!)
Why are MAN pages often so useless when you dont understand the
basics, ie when the concept is new to you????
vim -c ":%s/^/WhfgTNabgureRIvzSUnpxre/|:%s/[R-T]/ /Ig|:normal ggVGg?"
http://www.vim.org/tips/tip.php?tip_id=305 Best of Vim Tips
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