less(1), the terminal file pager, seems to be missing lesskey(1) and the ability to rebind the keystrokes in less. The docs claim it's there, but it doesn't work. Am I crazy or is Apple's version of less broken?
$ less -k ~/.less /etc/fstab There is no -k option ("less --help" for help) $ less --help | grep lesskey -k [file] . --lesskey-file=[file] Use a lesskey file. $ which lesskey less /usr/bin/less $ less --version | head -2 less 418 Copyright (C) 1984-2007 Mark Nudelman
I'm running Lion. It seems odd that Apple would mess with less(1) at all, it's such an old and standard Unix utility. (Less compiles easily from sources on MacOS, so I'm now using my own version.)