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read-todos




SYNOPSIS

       read-todos [-p <port>] [options]


DESCRIPTION

       read-todos will read the ToDo database on the  Palm  hand­
       held,  or  read  the ToDoDB.pdb file directly from disk on
       your desktop machine, and print  the  contents  to  STDOUT
       (generally "The Screen[tm]").


OPTIONS

       -p, --port <port>
              Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm
              handheld device.  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 read-todos.

       -v, --version
              Display version of read-todos.

       -f, --file [filename] ..
              Read  the  ToDoDB.pdb  file  from disk and dump the
              contents to STDOUT.


USAGE

       Connect to a  target  Palm  handheld  and  read  the  ToDo
       database,  or read the ToDoDB.pdb file from disk and print
       the entries found to STDOUT.

       By default, the contents of your Palm's ToDo database will
       be written to standard output in a simple text output for­
       mat.

       If you supply the -f <file> argument, while  omitting  the
       -p  <port> argument, and pass it in the filename of a Palm
       ToDoDB.pdb-format file, the entries in the  ToDo  database
       file will be written to STDOUT.

       If  you  supply the -p <port> argument, while omitting the


BUGS

       KNOWN BUGS

              read-todos has no known bugs at this time.

       REPORTING BUGS

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


AUTHOR

       read-todos was originally written by Kenneth Albanowski


SEE ALSO

       install-todo(1), install-todos(2), pilot-link(7)

(c) FSF 1996-2003      pilot-link - 0.11.8          read-todos(1)
  
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