Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed. lesspipe.sh was hanging on AIX systems. An archive file named "bzip2.tar.gz" was misinterpreted as a bz2 file.
Release Notes: A manpage has been added for lesspipe.sh. A few minor bugs have been fixed, including handling of file names containing spaces and a typo in the Makefile. Tests are now compliant with more shells.
Release Notes: This version adds a testsuite for lesspipe.sh. The configure script that tailors lesspipe to the underlying system has been enhanced. Many minor bugfixes and documentation enhancements were made. This version now successfully works with pdksh and now correctly processes filenames containing white space (useful for Windows users). Support for the display of "perl storable" files has been added.
Release Notes: A fix was made in conjunction with ksh. Fixes were made in the configure script.
Release Notes: Small bugfixes were made to the configure script and the syntax highlighting code. The script was found to work on FreeBSD and under Cygwin. The documentation was updated.
Release Notes: Support was added for viewing Microsoft cabinet files using cabextract. A bug introduced in version 1.41 was corrected. This bug prevented "less -F" from working in conjunction with lesspipe.sh.
Release Notes: This version gives a considerable speed up for viewing large files. The syntax highlighting code was reworked to be more compliant with many operating system flavours. Support for viewing Mac OS X archives and bill of material (.bom) files was added.
Release Notes: This release introduces syntax highlighting for less. It is done by a helper application Perl script 'syntax' modeled after code2html. Syntax highlighting works only with less -[rR], as otherwise escape sequences would be displayed. Support for viewing ISO images was added. Several minor bugs have been fixed as well.
Release Notes: This release fixes Perl support, which was not working under all circumstances.
Release Notes: This release adds support for viewing Perl files containing POD documentation and changes configure to accept a --default parameter.