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install-datebook




SYNOPSIS

       install-datebook [-p <port>] -r [<filename> ...]


DESCRIPTION

       install-datebook allows the user to  create  one  or  more
       datebook entries from one or more source files.

       The  format of the source file contains one datebook entry
       per line, containing four tab separated fields. The fields
       are  start  date/time,  end date/time, alarm settings, and
       the description of datebook entry.  This  program  doesn't
       yet support repeated entries. The date and time must be in
       format understand by parsedate.y. At the very  least,  the
       following two formats are understood:

              August 11, 1997 0800 GMT+300

              1997/08/11 08:22:33 GMT+300

       If  either  one  of the date and time fields is empty, the
       entry is installed without time. If  the  alarm  field  is
       empty,  the entry is installed without setting any alarms.
       The alarm field can contain numbers followed by "m"  (min­
       utes), "h" (hours), or "d" (days).

       Here  are  some example lines ([__TAB__] = tab, [__NL__] =
       newline in these examples):

              1997/08/11 0800 GMT+300 [__TAB__]  1997/08/11  0900
              GMT+300   [__TAB__]   [__TAB__]  IETF  Registration
              [__NL__]

              August 11, 1997 0900 GMT+300 [__TAB__]  August  11,
              1997  0930 GMT+300 [__TAB__] 2m [__TAB__] Introduc­
              tions [__NL__]


OPTIONS

       No options are supported at this time.


USAGE

       The program will connect to the target  Palm  device,  and
       create  Datebook  entries  based on the datebook-formatted
       file given on the commandline onto the Palm handheld (into
       the DatebookDB.pdb file).


              Report bugs at http://bugs.pilot-link.org/


AUTHOR

       install-datebook  was  written  by  Tero  Kivinen   <kivi­
       nen@iki.fi>.  This program was based on install-todos pro­
       gram written by Robert A. Kaplan  <kaplan@openmarket.com>.


SEE ALSO

       install-todos(1)

(c) FSF 1996-2003      pilot-link - 0.11.8    install-datebook(1)
  




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