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GTI(6)				 Games Manual				GTI(6)

NAME
       gti - Humorous typo-based git runner; drives a car over the terminal.

DESCRIPTION
       gti is intended to catch	accidental typos of 'gti' instead of 'git'. It
       displays	an animation of	a car driving by, and then launches  git.  Any
       parameters or arguments given to	gti will be passed through to git.

       The car image is	derived	from the look of an old	VW Golf	GTI.

ENVIRONMENT
       GIT    gti  respects  the $GIT environment variable. If GIT is set, its
	      value will be used to launch git after the  animation  finishes,
	      instead of searching for git in your PATH.

       GTI_SPEED
	      If $GTI_SPEED is set to a	parsable integer, its value is used to
	      control the speed	of the animation.

SEE ALSO
       git(1), sl(6)

AUTHOR
       gti was written by Richard Wossal <richard@r-wos.org>. This manual  was
       written	by  Felix  Crux	<felixc@felixcrux.com> for the Debian project,
       but may be used by others under the same	terms as gti itself.

				  2013-04-16				GTI(6)

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