sl

sl

TLDR

Let a steam locomotive run through your terminal

$ sl
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The train burns, people scream

$ sl -a
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Let the train fly

$ sl -F
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Make the train little

$ sl -l
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Let the user exit (CTRL + C)

$ sl -e
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SYNOPSIS

sl [ -alFe ]

DESCRIPTION

sl Displays animations aimed to correct users who accidentally enter sl instead of ls. SL stands for Steam Locomotive.

OPTIONS

-a

An accident seems to happen. You'll feel pity for people who cry for help.

-l

shows little one.

-F

It flies.

-e

Allow interrupt by Ctrl+C.

BUGS

It rarely shows contents of current directory.

SEE ALSO

ls(1)

AUTHOR

sl was written by Toyoda Masashi <toyoda@is.titech.ac.jp>. This manual page was written by Brian Ristuccia <brianr@debian.org> and Kenshi Muto <kmuto@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system but may be used by others under the same license as sl itself.

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