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       install-expenses  [-p  <port>]  [-qrt]   [-c   <category>]


       install-expenses  allows  a Palm handheld with the Expense
       application to have expense  records  synchronized  to  it
       from  the  commandline.  You  can  pass  any of the fields
       (except categories,  currently)  to  install-expenses  and
       create new expense records on your Palm handheld.


       -p, --port <port>
              Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm
              handheld. If this is not specified, will  look  for
              the  $PILOTPORT  environment  variable. If both are
              not found or supplied, install-expenses  will  fall
              back to /dev/pilot

       -h, --help
              Display the help synopsis for install-expenses

       -v, --version
              Display version information for install-expenses

       -t, --ttype <ttype>
              Add  entries to the "Payment Type" field. These can
              be in the form of Cash, Check, and Others. See  the
              Expense  application  on  your Palm device for full
              details on payment types.

       -e, --etype <etype>
              Add entries to the "Expense Type" field. These  can
              be  in  the form of Airfare, Meals, and Others. See
              the Expense application on  your  Palm  device  for
              full details on expense types.

       -g, --guests <num>
              Add  the number of attendees to the expense record,
              identified by <num>. If you ate lunch with four (4)
              additional  people,  you would put five (5) here, a
              numeric value.

       -i, --city <city>
              Add entries to the  "City"  field  in  the  expense
              record.  These are free-form values, and can be the
              name of  the  location,  city,  or  town  that  the
              expense record occured in.

       -n, --note <note>
              Add a "Note" entry to the expense record. These are
              free-form values, and can be some notes related  to
              the expense entry.

       -c, --category <category>
              Create  entries  into  the  named  category defined
              here. See the  Expense  application  on  your  Palm
              device  for full details on using these categories.

       -r, --replace <category>
              Replace the entry found in the named category iden
              tified by <category>.


       The program will connect to the Palm handheld, and install
       entries into  the  Expense  application  based  on  values
       passed to install-expenses arguments.



              install-expenses has no known bugs at this time.

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