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NAME ^

rtconsole - RT text client console

VERSION ^

version 0.1

USAGE ^

    rtconsole [options]

OPTIONS ^

Options can be set --like=this, --like this, or -l this

--server server_name

Specify the RT server

--user user_name

Specify the user to connect to the server

--pass password

Specify the password to connect to the server

--download-dir download_directory

Specify the directory to use to download and store files (from a ticket attachment for instance).

--view-image

Specify the command line to execute to display image. %s will be replaced by the file name.

--view-text

Specify the command line to execute to display text. %s will be replaced by the file name.

--config-file filename

Specify the config file to read. Default $HOME/.rtconsolerc

--generate-config

Generates the config file

--help

Print this help

--version

Print the program name and version, then exit

--debug

Outputs errors and debug messages on STDERR. enable this to see what's going wrong. I recommend redirecting STDERR to a temp file to avoid breaking the display

DESCRIPTION ^

rtconsole is a text client to RT using ncurses.

FILES ^

The config file $HOME/.rtconsolerc (see the --config-file option) can be use to set options. The format is .ini file style. Here is an example with all possible keys/values for now :

  [connection]
  server=rt.cpan.org
  user=dams
  pass=my_password

  [files]
  download_dir=/some/directory     # where to store attachments
  view_image=/usr/bin/cacaview %s  # how to display an image (%s in the filename)
  view_text=/usr/bin/nano %s       # how to display a text (%s in the filename)

There are 2 sections for now : connection and files. More will be added in the next versions of this software.

You can generate the config file by using --generate-config. It'll be saved at the location specified with --config-file, or at the default location ($HOME/.rtconsolerc)

AUTHOR ^

Damien "dams" Krotkine (DAMS@CPAN.org)

BUGS ^

There are undoubtedly serious bugs lurking somewhere in this code. Bug reports and other feedback are most welcome.

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2007, Damien Krotkine. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the terms of Perl itself

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