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Re: gzipped readmes in /usr/doc/*

At Wed, 02 Aug 2000 13:29:28 +0900,
Kenshi Muto <kmuto@debian.org> wrote:
> > what is the command to read these README documents, without having to first use
> > a command to un-gzip the same?
> Many pager software supports gzip-ed file.
> less, jless, lv, ...
> (But 'more' command doesn't support it)
> If you want to view bzip2-ed files also, I recommend to use lv.
> lv handles many character encoding also (include UTF-8/UTF-16).

That's right!
In addition, lv also have nice feature like:
'ANSI escape sequence through', 'bzip2 ready', 
'Multilingual grep', and so on!

-- GOTO Masanori

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