The readme command shows about a page or so of details about the package. The full README file is usually available directly from the git repository, and for our purposes the readme command will show the top of the package’s README file, up to but not including the Usage section. A package developer will often include a simple introduction to the package and a short quick start guide before the details of the usage section and beyond that, which makes up the remainder of the README.
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