pilot-link: Userland conduits
pilot-read-expenses [-p|--port <port>] [-q|--quiet] [--version] [-?|--help] [--usage] [-w|--write]
pilot-read-expenses is used to output the Expense data in a simple text format, which can be used to import into any other application you wish, such as Excel or other application.
If you have expense entries saved on your Palm in the ExpenseDB.pdb file, you can export them to a simple text format, and redirect that to a file/pipe, or STDOUT (the default) using pilot-read-expenses.
The output data will resemble something like the following:
Category: Unfiled Type: 5 Payment: 7 Currency: 23 Amount: 400.00 Vendor: Super Salads City: Westerly Attendees: Joe, Mary, Bob Note: Some simple note text Date: Fri May 9 00:00:00 2004
Write out the expense data
-p, --port port
Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-read-expenses will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found or supplied, pilot-read-expenses will print the usage information.
Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message
Display version of pilot-read-expenses and exit without connecting.
Display the help synopsis for pilot-read-expenses and exit without connecting.
Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.
pilot-read-expenses was originally written by Kenneth Albanowski.
This manual page was converted to XML by Neil Williams <[email protected]>
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