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 +==== Manuel de la commande "​nano"​ ====
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 +<​code>​
 +NANO(1) ​                                                 General Commands Manual ​                                                ​NANO(1)
 +
 +
 +
 +NAME
 +       nano - Nano's ANOther editor, an enhanced free Pico clone
 +
 +
 +SYNOPSIS
 +       nano [OPTIONS] [[+LINE,​COLUMN] FILE]...
 +
 +
 +DESCRIPTION
 +       This manual page briefly documents the nano command.
 +
 +       ​nano ​ is  a small, free and friendly editor which aims to replace Pico, the default editor included in the non-free Pine package.
 +       ​Rather than just copying Pico's look and feel, nano also implements some missing (or disabled by default) features in Pico,  such
 +       as "​search and replace"​ and "go to line and column number"​.
 +
 +
 +OPTIONS
 +       ​+LINE,​COLUMN
 +              Places ​ cursor ​ at line number LINE and column number COLUMN (at least one of which must be specified) on startup, instead
 +              of the default of line 1, column 1.
 +
 +       ​-? ​    Same as -h (--help).
 +
 +       -A (--smarthome)
 +              Make the Home key smarter. ​ When Home is pressed anywhere but at the very beginning ​ of  non-whitespace ​ characters ​ on  a
 +              line,  the  cursor will jump to that beginning (either forwards or backwards). ​ If the cursor is already at that position,
 +              it will jump to the true beginning of the line.
 +
 +       -B (--backup)
 +              When saving a file, back up the previous version of it to the current filename suffixed with a ~.
 +
 +       -C dir (--backupdir=dir)
 +              Set the directory where nano puts unique backup files if file backups are enabled.
 +
 +       -D (--boldtext)
 +              Use bold text instead of reverse video text.
 +
 +       -E (--tabstospaces)
 +              Convert typed tabs to spaces.
 +
 +       -F (--multibuffer)
 +              Enable multiple file buffers, if available.
 +
 +       -H (--historylog)
 +              Log search and replace strings to ~/​.nano_history,​ so they can be retrieved in later sessions, if nanorc support is avail‐
 +              able.
 +
 +       -I (--ignorercfiles)
 +              Don't look at SYSCONFDIR/​nanorc or ~/.nanorc, if nanorc support is available.
 +
 +       -K (--rebindkeypad)
 +              Interpret ​ the numeric keypad keys so that they all work properly. ​ You should only need to use this option if they don't,
 +              as mouse support won't work properly with this option enabled.
 +
 +       -L (--nonewlines)
 +              Don't add newlines to the ends of files.
 +
 +       -N (--noconvert)
 +              Disable automatic conversion of files from DOS/Mac format.
 +
 +       -O (--morespace)
 +              Use the blank line below the titlebar as extra editing space.
 +
 +       -Q str (--quotestr=str)
 +              Set the quoting string for justifying. ​ The default is "^([ \t]*[#:>​\|}])+"​ if  extended ​ regular ​ expression ​ support ​ is
 +              available, or "> " otherwise. ​ Note that \t stands for a Tab.
 +
 +       -R (--restricted)
 +              Restricted ​ mode: don't read or write to any file not specified on the command line; read any nanorc files; allow suspend‐
 +              ing; allow a file to be appended to, prepended to, or saved under a different name if it already has one;  or  use  backup
 +              files or spell checking. ​ Also accessible by invoking nano with any name beginning with '​r'​ (e.g.  "​rnano"​).
 +
 +       -S (--smooth)
 +              Enable smooth scrolling. ​ Text will scroll line-by-line,​ instead of the usual chunk-by-chunk behavior.
 +
 +       -T cols (--tabsize=cols)
 +              Set the size (width) of a tab to cols columns. ​ The value of cols must be greater than 0.  The default value is 8.
 +
 +       -U (--quickblank)
 +              Do  quick  statusbar blanking. ​ Statusbar messages will disappear after 1 keystroke instead of 25.  Note that -c overrides
 +              this.
 +
 +       -V (--version)
 +              Show the current version number and exit.
 +
 +       -W (--wordbounds)
 +              Detect word boundaries more accurately by treating punctuation characters as part of a word.
 +
 +       -Y str (--syntax=str)
 +              Specify a specific syntax highlighting from the nanorc to use, if available.
 +
 +       -c (--const)
 +              Constantly show the cursor position. ​ Note that this overrides -U.
 +
 +       -d (--rebinddelete)
 +              Interpret the Delete key differently so that both Backspace and Delete work properly. ​ You should only need  to  use  this
 +              option if Backspace acts like Delete on your system.
 +
 +       -h (--help)
 +              Show a summary of command line options and exit.
 +
 +       -i (--autoindent)
 +              Indent new lines to the previous line's indentation. ​ Useful when editing source code.
 +
 +       -k (--cut)
 +              Enable cut from cursor to end of line.
 +
 +       -l (--nofollow)
 +              If  the  file being edited is a symbolic link, replace the link with a new file instead of following it.  Good for editing
 +              files in /tmp, perhaps?
 +
 +       -m (--mouse)
 +              Enable mouse support, if available for your system. ​ When enabled, mouse clicks can be used to place the cursor, ​ set  the
 +              mark  (with  a  double click), and execute shortcuts. ​ The mouse will work in the X Window System, and on the console when
 +              gpm is running.
 +
 +       -o dir (--operatingdir=dir)
 +              Set operating directory. ​ Makes nano set up something similar to a chroot.
 +
 +       -p (--preserve)
 +              Preserve the XON and XOFF sequences (^Q and ^S) so they will be caught by the terminal.
 +
 +       -q (--quiet)
 +              Do not report errors in the nanorc file and ask them to be acknowledged by pressing Enter at startup.
 +
 +       -r cols (--fill=cols)
 +              Wrap lines at column cols.  If this value is 0 or less, wrapping will occur at the width of the screen less cols  columns,
 +              allowing the wrap point to vary along with the width of the screen if the screen is resized. ​ The default value is -8.
 +
 +       -s prog (--speller=prog)
 +              Enable alternative spell checker command.
 +
 +       -t (--tempfile)
 +              Always save changed buffer without prompting. ​ Same as Pico's -t option.
 +
 +       -u (--undo)
 +              Enable ​ experimental ​ generic-purpose ​ undo  code.  By default, the undo and redo shortcuts are Meta-U and Meta-E, respec‐
 +              tively.
 +
 +       -v (--view)
 +              View file (read only) mode.
 +
 +       -w (--nowrap)
 +              Disable wrapping of long lines.
 +
 +       -x (--nohelp)
 +              Disable help screen at bottom of editor.
 +
 +       -z (--suspend)
 +              Enable suspend ability.
 +
 +       -$ (--softwrap)
 +              Enable 'soft wrapping'​. ​ nano will attempt to display the entire contents of a line, even if it is longer than the  screen
 +              width. ​  ​Since ​ '​$' ​ normally refers to a variable in the Unix shell, you should specify this option last when using other
 +              options (e.g. 'nano -wS$') or pass it separately (e.g. 'nano -wS -$').
 +
 +       -a, -b, -e, -f, -g, -j
 +              Ignored, for compatibility with Pico.
 +
 +
 +INITIALIZATION FILE
 +       nano will read initialization files in the following order: SYSCONFDIR/​nanorc,​ then ~/​.nanorc. ​  ​Please ​ see  nanorc(5) ​ and  the
 +       ​example file nanorc.sample,​ both of which should be provided with nano.
 +
 +
 +NOTES
 +       If no alternative spell checker command is specified on the command line or in one of the nanorc files, nano will check the SPELL
 +       ​environment variable for one.
 +
 +       In some cases nano will try to dump the buffer into an emergency file.  This will happen mainly if  nano  receives ​ a  SIGHUP ​ or
 +       ​SIGTERM or runs out of memory. ​ It will write the buffer into a file named nano.save if the buffer didn't have a name already, or
 +       will add a "​.save"​ suffix to the current filename. ​ If an emergency file with that name already exists in the current ​ directory,
 +       it will add "​.save"​ plus a number (e.g. "​.save.1"​) to the current filename in order to make it unique. ​ In multibuffer mode, nano
 +       will write all the open buffers to their respective emergency files.
 +
 +
 +BUGS
 +       ​Please send any comments or bug reports to nano@nano-editor.org.
 +
 +       The nano mailing list is available from nano-devel@gnu.org.
 +
 +       To subscribe, email to nano-devel-request@gnu.org with a subject of "​subscribe"​.
 +
 +
 +HOMEPAGE
 +       ​http://​www.nano-editor.org/​
 +
 +
 +SEE ALSO
 +       ​nanorc(5)
 +       /​usr/​share/​doc/​nano/​ (or equivalent on your system)
 +
 +AUTHOR
 +       Chris Allegretta <​chrisa@asty.org>,​ et al (see AUTHORS and THANKS for details). ​ This manual page was originally written by Jordi
 +       ​Mallach <​jordi@gnu.org>,​ for the Debian system (but may be used by others).
 +
 +
 +
 +November 30, 2009                                             ​version 2.2.0                                                      NANO(1)
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 +</​code>​
  
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