Re: view .gnumeric files in mc (in console)

On 8/31/16, Mooffie <mooffie gmail com> wrote:
On 8/31/16, Fourhundred Thecat <400thecat gmx ch> wrote:

when run on the commandline, ssconvert needs output file

The manual page for ssconvert says you can use fd://1 for standard
output. Use this as the output file.

BTW, most systems support the /dev/fd/# pseudo files. So even if the
software doesn't have special support for stdout, you can always use

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