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    Command:

    le

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           le [options] filename
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           le is a text editor which offers wide range of capabilities with a sim-
           ple interface. It has a pull down menu and a simple help system to  get
           started. See KEYS section below to learn about key combinations.
    
           Among  its features there are: various operations with stream and rect-
           angular blocks, search and replace with full regular expressions,  text
           formatting, undelete/uninsert, hex editing, tunable key sequences, tun-
           able colors, tunable syntax highlighting.
    
           The editor currently supports only one loaded file at a time.
    
    
    

    KEYS

           Here are some starting hints:
    
           F10 or C-n
                  menu
    
           F1     help
    
           C-x    exit (cancel)
    
           Arrows navigate
    
           In the editor the following key description is used:
    
           Key1-Key2
                  simultaneous key1 and key2 press
    
           Key1+Key2
                  sequential keys press
    
           Key1 | Key2
                  press Key1 OR Key2
    
           ^Key   Ctrl-Key
    
           ~Key   Shift-Key
    
           ^~Key  Ctrl-Shift-Key | Alt-Key
    
           Some of ^Fx, ~Fx, ^~Fx can be typed as ESC+Fx.
    
           The rest of key combinations can be seen in help, in menu  and  in  the
           keyboard map (default one can be seen with le --dump-keymap).
    
           There  is  support  for  block filtering through an external program, a
           dos style line terminators (CR NL); U - undelete possible, u - uninsert
           possible; B - column block mode.
    
    
    

    TEXT PROTECTION

           To  prevent changes loss on crash, le regularly dumps the editing text,
           if changed, to ~/.le/tmp/FILENAME.PID , where FILENAME is the file name
           with slashes converted to underlines; PID is the process id of the edi-
           tor process.
    
           When the editor gets a  fatal  signal,  it  also  dumps  the  text,  to
           ~/.le/tmp/DUMP-SIG-FILENAME.PID , where SIG is the signal number.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -r, --read-only
                  Work  as  viewer,  don't  allow changes. If your system supports
                  mmap(2), it will be used to get file contents to memory.
    
           -h, --hex-mode
                  Start in hex mode
    
           --mmap Use mmap(2) to load file read-only. Can be  used  to  view  very
                  large files or even devices. This implies -h.
    
           --mmap-rw
                  Use mmap(2) to load file read-write in MAP_SHARED mode. Use with
                  caution -- the changes go directly to file or disk, no undo.  In
                  this  mode  only  replace  can be used, but it allows editing of
                  very large files or even devices.  This implies -h.
    
           -b, --black-white
                  Start in black & white mode
    
           -c, --color
                  Start in color mode
    
           --dump-keymap
                  Dump default keymap to stdout and exit
    
           --dump-colors
                  Dump default color map to stdout and exit
    
           --version
                  Print the version of LE and exit
    
           --help Print short description of options and exit
    
    
    

    FILES

           DATADIR/colors
           ~/.le/colors
                  Use Options->Terminal menu to tune the options.
    
           ./.le.ini
           ~/.le/le.ini
           DATADIR/le.ini
                  Options. Only the first existing file is read. Use menu  Options
                  to tune these.
    
           .le.syntax
           ~/.le/syntax
           DATADIR/syntax
                  Syntax  highlighting  rules.   Only  the  first existing file is
                  read. There is no default built-in in the editor,  so  if  those
                  files are not present you won't see any syntax highlighting.
    
           ~/.le/mainmenu
           DATADIR/mainmenu
                  Main  editor  menu.  It  has  simple text format. Only the first
                  existing file is read.
    
           ~/.le/history
                  Various histories are saved here. Do not edit by hand.
    
           DATADIR is determined at compile time by configure  script  (pkgdatadir
           variable). By default it has value /usr/local/share/le.
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           The LE editor was written by Alexander V. Lukyanov <lav@yars.free.net>.
    
                                      28 Sep 2000                            LE(1)
    
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