less command there is a handy feature - live tail which is enabled via Shift+f when viewing a file.
However it has a built-in caching - it doesn't output anything until it meets a newline symbol. Thus when your script outputs something like "1 2 3 4 5..." without newlines then
less won't display it in real-time.
Is that possible to avoid this caching? Maybe with another command which does the same?
More details about my case. I'm connecting to Ubuntu server over SSH via Putty. And when I'm using
less live tail then it outputs data only when it either fills whole screen width or contains a newline. Maybe it's not
less caching but Putty instead?