On Sat, 27 Feb 1999, Stan Ryckman wrote:
The command 'view' is not standard and indeed I have never used a
system which had it. Better candidates might be pg, more, less, or
Gee, I have never used a UNIX system which didn't have it. It's the
equivalent of "vi -R" (the readonly invocation of vi). It certainly
is more "standard" than less.
I have to second that. That's the reason I posted the note about
using view. I've yet to see a UNIX system without vi / view. Maybe
we've just been lucky (or is it unlucky).