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TPAD(1)				 User commands			       TPAD(1)

NAME
       tpad - A	portable WinXP enhanced	Notepad	clone

SYNOPSIS
       tpad [-Rh] [+#] [file ...]
       tview [-h] [+#] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION
       tpad  (Tcl Pad) is a simple and easy to use graphical text editor, very
       similar to Windows Notepad.  It is written entirely in Tcl/Tk.

OPTIONS
       tpad accepts all	of the wish(1) command-line options along with the ad-
       ditional	options	listed below:

       -R     Start in read-only mode, as if the command name was tview.  This
	      makes tpad similar to a pager like more(1) or less(1).

       +#     Move the cursor to line '#' at startup.

       -h     Print a help message and exit.

ENVIRONMENT
       DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.

FILES
       /usr/local/bin/tpad
	      The executable, a	wish(1)	shell script.

       /usr/local/etc/tpad.conf
	      Default global configuration file.

       ~/.tpadrc
	      User's configuration file.

       ~/.tpad_history
	      Default name of the file in which	the  opened  file  history  is
	      saved.

SEE ALSO
       wish(1),	text(n), vi(1),
       Detailed	HTML documentation /usr/local/share/doc/tpad/index.html,
       tpad web	site <http://monitor.deis.unical.it/ant/tpad>

AUTHOR
       tpad was	developed by Antonio Bonifati <ant@venus.deis.unical.it>

       This  program  is  licensed  under  the GNU Public License version 2 or
       above.

BUGS
       The -R option implementation is a quick hack, neither perfect nor effi-
       cient. Don't use	it with	very large files.

tpad-1.2			August 31, 2004			       TPAD(1)

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