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lcat - Lisp cat
How? What? Why?
lcat will just print the contents of a file (or many files). Line breaks are not added (because that would probably invalidate the "concatenate" meaning of "cat").
% lcat somefile.txt someotherfile.txt
How to install
From the source code
Install SBCL, then:
% fossil clone https://code.rosaelefanten.org/lcat % cd lcat/src % sbcl --no-userinit --no-sysinit --load build.lisp
% git clone https://github.com/dertuxmalwieder/lcat % cd lcat/src % sbcl --no-userinit --no-sysinit --load build.lisp
- Nobody has provided any packages for
lcatyet. You can help!
How to contribute code
- Read and agree to the Code of ~~Conduct~~ Merit.
- Implicitly agree to the LICENSE. Nobody reads those. I don't either.
- Find out if anyone has filed a GitHub Issue or even sent a Pull Request yet. Act accordingly.
- Send me a patch, either via e-mail (
git at tuxproject dot de) or as a GitHub Pull Request. Note that GitHub only provides a mirror, so you'd double my work if you choose the latter. :-)
If you do that well (and regularly) enough, I'll probably grant you commit access to the upstream Fossil repository.
Writing this software and keeping it available is eating some of the time which most people would spend with their friends. Naturally, I absolutely accept financial compensation.
- Twitter: @tux0r
- Matrix: @Cthulhux:matrix.org