pilot-link: Userland conduits
pilot-read-ical [-p|--port <port>] [--version] [-?|--help] [-q|--quiet] [--usage] [-d|--datebook] [-t|--pubtext pubtext] [-f|--file file]
Note, this is not the same as the iCal calendar format.
pilot-read-ical allows the user to retrieve the contents of the ToDo and Datebook databases on a Palm handheld, and convert their contents to an Ical calendar.
Note that the calendar file named by filename will be deleted, so do not use your main calendar. Instead, use a separate one for this purpose, and include it in your main calendar.
As pilot-read-ical works by passing a script to ical, the ical application must be in your $PATH.
Datebook only, no ToDos
Replace text of items not started with a bullet with pubtext
This is the file in which the ical-formatted data should be saved. Note that this will be deleted, so do not use your primary calendar file. See Description for details.
-p, --port port
Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-read-ical will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found, pilot-read-ical will print the usage information.
Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message
Display version of pilot-read-ical and exit without connecting.
Display the help synopsis for pilot-read-ical and exit without connecting.
Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.
The program will connect to a target device, retrieve the ToDo and Datebook databases (ToDoDB.pdb and DatebookDB.pdb respectively), then instruct ical to write a calendar file based on the retrieved information.
pilot-read-ical was originally written by Kenneth Albanowski.
This manual page was converted to XML by Neil Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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