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if it gives you EACCES errors, you need to fix npm permissions. Or you can just use sudo npm install -g how2 if you don't care. After that you can press SPACE to go to the interactive mode, where you can choose a different stackoverflow question/answer.
Uses marked-terminal to render a README.md for any npm module in the terminal.Now with built-in pager! Page up/down, arrow keys to scroll line-by-line, q to quit. I added this because piping to less, even with -r, doesn't work right with ANSI escape codes.
MUP is a markup previewer. It supports multiple markup formats. You can use it to read markup text, but it is also useful when writing markup text to check how your work looks, thanks to its refresh-as-you-save feature. MUP supports Markdown and reStructuredText using Python modules.
You can give NPM package name (like manpm), GitHub user / repo pair (like bahmutov/manpm) or full GitHub url (like https://github.com/bahmutov/object-fitter or firstname.lastname@example.org:bahmutov/object-fitter.git). If search text is provided, only a section of the README file with that text (if found) will be displayed.
A Node.js based command-line client for tldr. You can configure the tldr client by adding a .tldrrc file in your HOME directory. You can copy the contents of the config.json file from the repo to get the basic structure to start with, and modify it to suit your needs.
This library is a lightweight wrapper around the Manpage file format. It is meant to facilitate the generation of compliant tags, and aims to aid in the replacement of incredibly non-standard Markdown-to-Manpage converters. Constructor; creates a new manpage instance. Returns objects are instanceof events.EventEmitter, and only emit data events.
A workflow for Alfred to rapidly open UNIX man pages in any of traditional Terminal, HTML or PDF format. Type man in Alfred, optionally followed by the section to which you wish to restrict search, followed by a glob pattern to match against man page names.