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README.md

Pointtools

These tools are scripts and ways to present point files. They are pre formatted text files presented in catpoint(1). In /bin is a script to easily convert markdown files to point files.

To install md2point and dir2point, do:

% make
% sudo make install

To get catpoint:

% git clone git://r-36.net/catpoint
% cd catpoint
% make
% cp catpoint $HOME/bin

To view the examples:

% cd ../examples/hello
% cat hello.md | md2point
% catpoint *.txt

OR

% dir2point .

There are not many formatting options for now, but its enough for daily usage. If you need any graph or formatting, use troff(1) and all the formatting available there.

Have fun!