Linux and UNIX Man Pages

Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

over(1) [osx man page]

OVER(1) 							       OVER								   OVER(1)

over - pretty print and scroll source code on terminal SYNOPSIS
Pretty print source code in the FILEs. The language is guessed with the states program and enscript is used to do the formatting. The highlighting rules are defined in `/usr/share/enscript/hl/'. The FILEs are paged through less for more convenient display. FILES
/usr/share/enscript/hl/ rules for various languages SEE ALSO
enscript(1), states(1) AUTHOR
Markku Rossi <> <> OVER
Jan 16, 2000 OVER(1)

Check Out this Related Man Page

DIFFPP(1)							      DIFFPP								 DIFFPP(1)

diffpp - pretty-print diff outputs with GNU enscript SYNOPSIS
diffpp currentfile < diff-file DESCRIPTION
Diffpp converts diff(1)-program's output files to a format suitable to be printed with GNU enscript(1). Program annotates the changes with enscript's special escapes so enscript can highlight the modified portions of the file. All changed and added lines are printed with gray-background, deleted lines are marked with minus (`-') characters; diffpp prints one minus character for each deleted line. EXAMPLES
The easiest way to use diffpp is to use it as an input filter for enscript. If an input filter is specified for enscript it is used to pre-process the incoming data-stream. Filtering does not alter any header strings or file-timestamps which might be printed on enscript headers; only the incoming data is modified. enscript -G2re --filter='rcsdiff %s | diffpp %s' *.c *.h Print the changes between current source files and their latest RCS-versions. enscript -G2re --filter='diff %s~ %s | diffpp %s' *.c *.h Print changes between source files and the corresponding backup-files. SEE ALSO
diff(1), enscript(1) AUTHOR
Markku Rossi <> <> DIFFPP
Jan 29, 1997 DIFFPP(1)
Man Page

15 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. Shell Programming and Scripting

Searching for files over 30 days old in current directory

May be a simple question for experts here.... I need to get the list of files older than 30 days in the current folder. I tried "find", but it searches recursively in all the sub directories. Can I restrict the recursive search and extract the files only from current directory ? (18 Replies)
Discussion started by: cxredd4
18 Replies

2. Shell Programming and Scripting

Determining number of overlaps between two files using Hashes?

Hi there, I have a doubt about how to set this up. This is the situation. I have two files, one that is ~31,000 in length and has the following information (7 fields): file1 1 + 100208127 100261594 6 100208127,100231680,100237404,100245177,100249508,100260529, ... (35 Replies)
Discussion started by: labrazil
35 Replies

3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users

Corrupted journal in a Linux LVM How to recover

Not real Linux expert but here is the problem. Shutdown this machine and then it would not reboot. From everything I can tell it looks like the journal file in the logical volume is corrupted. I have tried everything I can think of to get the volume mounted. Anybody have any ideas on how... (19 Replies)
Discussion started by: ccj4467
19 Replies

4. Shell Programming and Scripting

deleting the part of the file(overwrite) using start and end point

here is the contents of bigfile.sql CREATE TABLE `Table11` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL , `entityName` enum('Lines','EndUsers') COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci NOT NULL, `parentAllianceMigrationProjectId` varchar(255) NOT NULL ) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=2000 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8... (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: vivek d r
30 Replies

5. Solaris

Failed to recover root password in Solaris 10 on Sparc CPU Sun Ultra10

Failed to recover lost root password for Solaris SunSparc (On Sun Ultra10 - SPARC CPU Hardware, not x86 Intel CPU nor x64 AMD CPU) This Sun Ultra10 workstation comes with an old 6-in wafer probing station purchased from a Surplus equipment vendor. Computer: Sun Ultra 5/10 UPA/PCI... (21 Replies)
Discussion started by: fromtexas0
21 Replies

6. SCO

Recovery error : mit_hdpart0 failed

Hi, I'm a new user of unix sco open server. In my work place i had to recover a sco openserver backup into another PC but when i'm trying to do that i got this error message ::wall: dparm: write ioctl failed: No such device or address Invalid entry mit_hdpart0 failed Fatal Error: A critical... (20 Replies)
Discussion started by: mammut3d
20 Replies

7. HP-UX

Make_recovery HP-UX 10.20

Good Day, I've been trying to create a bootable recovery disk with no success. I've used the command ./make_recovery -A -d /dev/rmt/1m and get the command HP-UX System Recovery returned, and after about a minute an error is returned: /var: write failed, file system is full... (26 Replies)
Discussion started by: Newnix
26 Replies

8. Programming

Switching over to C++

Hi, We've been using a perl script to extract datas from several logs to generate a report. I've been asked to rewrite the code in C++. I want to know if it is wise to have a code in C++ and will it be more faster than Perl? (23 Replies)
Discussion started by: Ribosome
23 Replies

9. Shell Programming and Scripting

Awk: Iterate over all records, stop when value < threshold

Hello I have data arranged in two columns 0 7.7272086460791485 1 7.560656885151559 2 7.019966124180658 3 7.2403229620576015 4 7.200882072174212 5 7.3231008505909445 6 7.284184600697482 7 6.933936488650265 8 7.311824413328238 9 7.651279125577341 10 7.536873675349084 11... (19 Replies)
Discussion started by: chrisjorg
19 Replies

10. Programming

Merge two strings by overlapped region

Hello, I am trying to concatenate two strings by merging the overlapped region. E.g. Seq1=ACGTGCCC Seq2=CCCCCGTGTGTGT Seq_merged=ACGTGCCCCCGTGTGTGTFunction strcat(char *dest, char *src) appends the src string to the dest string, ignoring the overlapped parts (prefix of src and suffix of dest).... (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: yifangt
30 Replies

11. SCO

Need Help With System Recovery After HD Errors

Last week our legacy SCO OpenServer 5.0.6 server started showing "panic" errors about bad blocks/sectors on hard drive. I ran the badtrack command which fully checked the disk, and it identified 2 LBA sectors as bad, and it was unable to recover some of the data. Apparently the lost data had... (29 Replies)
Discussion started by: spock9458
29 Replies

12. Programming

Appending a column in xlsx file using Python

Is there a way to append an existing xlsx worksheet to add data from a text file ? I have an excel file for which I need to manipulate the first worksheet based on a text file. I match the text file to the xlsx and write the 'Scores' column in the xlsx sheet and save the workbook. For those ... (43 Replies)
Discussion started by: nans
43 Replies

13. What is on Your Mind?

Posts Converted to Divs - Overflow Works - Now Testing

Hey, Success! I have converted the posts (each of the main posts) from table tags to div tags and the problem with the scroll bar and code tags is fixed, as I predicted (Yay!). Now I'm testing this (only I see the new results because the new code is restricted to my userid) but I would... (27 Replies)
Discussion started by: Neo
27 Replies

14. What is on Your Mind?

Cut Over to New Data Center and Upgraded OS Done. :)

Three days ago we received an expected notice from our long time data center that they were going dark on Sept 12th. About one and a half hours ago, after three days of marathon work, I just cut over the to a new data center with a completely new OS and Ubuntu distribution. (22 Replies)
Discussion started by: Neo
22 Replies

15. OS X (Apple)

12-Core MacPro (2013) kernel_task over 1200%

Yesterday someone asked me to install TeamViewer and share my Mac screen with them while on a conference call. I shut down my Mac before sleeping and woke up to some major problem with my 12-core CPU in hyperdrive, and the system activity monitor showed my Mac kernel_task was at 1,200% and the... (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: Neo
30 Replies