a stripped-down implementation of the classic BSD Unix fortune command.
Fortune is a stripped-down implementation of the classic BSD Unix fortune command. It combines the capabilities of the strfile command (which produces the fortune index file) and the fortune command (which displays a random fortune). It reads the traditional fortune program's text file format.
27 August 2009
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|Brian M. Clapper||Maintainer|
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