pilot-link: Userland conduits
pilot-memos [-p|--port <port>] [-q|--quiet] [--version] [-?|--help] [--usage] [-v|--verbose] [-d|--delete] [-f|--file file] [-s|--save dir] [-c|--category STRING] [-r|--regex STRING]
By default, the contents of your Palm's memo database will be written to standard output as a standard UNIX mailbox (mbox-format) file, with each memo as a separate message. The subject of each message will be the category.
If '-s' is specified, then instead of being written to standard output, memos will be saved in subdirectories of dir. Each subdirectory will be the name of a category on the Palm, and will contain the memos in that category. Each filename will be the first line (up to the first 40 characters) of the memo. Control characters, slashes, and equal signs that would otherwise appear in filenames are converted after the fashion of MIME's quoted-printable encoding. Note that if you have two memos in the same category whose first lines are identical, one of them will be overwritten.
If '-f' is specified, the specified file will be treated as a memo database from which to read memos, rather than HotSyncing from the Palm.
Verbose, with -s, print each filename when written to disk.
Delete memo named by number num.
Use <file> as input file (instead of MemoDB.pdb).
Save memos in dir instead of writing to STDOUT.
Only create memos in this category.
Select memos saved by regular expression on the title.
-p, --port <port>
Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-memos will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found or supplied, pilot-memos will print the usage information.
Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message
Display version of pilot-memos and exit without connecting.
Display the help synopsis for pilot-memos and exit without connecting.
Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.
pilot-memos was originally written by Kenneth Albanowski.
This manual page was converted to XML by Neil Williams <[email protected]>
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