pilot-install-expenses man page
pilot-install-expenses — Install an expense record entries onto your Palm handheld device.
pilot-link: Userland conduits
pilot-install-expenses [-p|--port <port>] [--version] [-q|--quiet] [-?|--help] [--usage] [-t|--ptype STRING] [-e|--etype STRING] [-a|--amount STRING] [-V|--vendor STRING] [-i|--city STRING] [-g|--guests NUMBER] [-n|--note STRING] [-c|--category STRING] [--replace]
pilot-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 pilot-install-expenses and create new expense records on your Palm handheld.
Add entries to the "Payment Type" field. These can be in the form of "Cash", "Cheque" and others. See the Expense application on your Palm device for full details on payment types.
Note that the long name for this option has been renamed since 0.11.8.
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.
Add currency amount entries to the "Amount" field. These can be in the form of 1.00 or "$10.00" and so on. See the Expense application on your Palm device for full details on amount types.
Add entries to the "Vendor" field. These are free-form values, and can be the name of a restaurant, an airline, or any other text value you wish to use.
Add the number of attendees to the expense record, identified by DIGIT. If you ate lunch with four (4) additional people, you would put five (5) here, a numeric value.
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 occurred in.
Add a "Note" entry to the expense record. These are free-form values, and can be some notes related to the expense entry.
Install entries into the named category defined here. See the Expense application on your Palm device for full details on using these categories.
Replace the entry found in the named category identified by the --category option
Note that the short name for this option has been removed since 0.11.8
Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-install-expenses will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found or supplied, pilot-install-expenses will print the usage information.
Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message.
Display version information for pilot-install-expenses and exit without connecting.
Display the help synopsis for pilot-install-expenses and exit without connecting.
Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.
The program will connect to the Palm handheld, and install entries into the Expense application based on values passed to pilot-install-expenses arguments.
pilot-install-expenses -p /dev/pilot -c Unfiled -t Cash -e Meals -a 10.00 -V McDonalds -g 21 -l "San Francisco" -N "This is a note"
Installs a new expense; you are recording having 21 guests at McDonalds in the city of San Francisco for a meal which cost 10.00 units of your default currency and you added a simple note. The expense will take the default date - today.
pilot-install-expenses was originally written by community authors, the original author is unknown.
This manual page was converted to XML by Neil Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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read-expenses (1), pilot-link(7).