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sacc - a terminal gopher client
sacc is a terminal gopher client. Gopher is a simple protocol to retrieve hierarchical information. The protocol is defined in RFC 1436 (Gopher).
Shortcuts can be redefined in the config.h. The manpage is showing the default shortcuts. Down or j Move one line down. J Move to the next link item downwards. Up or k Move one line up. K Move to the next link item upwards. PgDown or Space Move one page down. PgUp or b Move one page up. Home or g Move to the top of the page. End or G Move to the end of the page. Right or l View highlighted item. Left or h View previous item. L Refetch currently viewed item. / Search in the current page. n Search the same string forward. N Search the same string backwards. u Print URI of the highlighted item. ? Show the help message of shortcuts. ^D or q Exit sacc.
When some file is opened sacc cannot open natively, it will run xdg-open. This can be configured in the config.h to run some other plumber.
sacc can be customized by creating a custom config.h and (re)compiling the source code. This keeps it fast, secure and simple.
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See the LICENSE file for the terms of redistribution.
Please report them to Quentin Rameau <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2018-02-24 SACC(1)