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smuxi-message-buffer(1)	FreeBSD	General	Commands Manualsmuxi-message-buffer(1)

NAME
     smuxi-message-buffer -- converts and dumps	Smuxi chat history

SYNOPSIS
     smuxi-message-buffer [-dh]	convert	[--source-format=format]
			  [--destination-format=format]	source-file
			  destination-file
     smuxi-message-buffer [-dh]	cat [--format=format] source-file

DESCRIPTION
     smuxi-message-buffer is a tool that manages the databases that Smuxi
     holds chat	histories in. Currently, it can	convert	and dump databases.

     Similar to	commands like git(1) , smuxi-message-buffer takes a command as
     the first parameter. These	commands can be	cat (dumps a JSON representa-
     tion of the database to standard output) or convert. (changes the data-
     base from one format to another) Note that	the destination	file can be
     set to "-"	or empty in the	case of	convert, in which case it will export
     to	stdout.

     The following options can be used.	Some options will depend on what com-
     mand you're using.

     -d, --debug
	     Turn on debugging.	Debug logs are outputted on the	console.

     -h, --help
	     Show the arguments	Smuxi takes.

     --source-format=format

     --format=format
	     Manually specify a	source format. Options include auto (figured
	     out via filename),	db4o, and sqlite.

     --destination-format=format
	     Manually specify a	source destination, if converting. Options in-
	     clude auto	(figured out via filename), db4o, and sqlite.

SEE ALSO
     smuxi-frontend-gnome(1), smuxi-frontend-stfl(1), smuxi-server(1)

     Website: https://smuxi.im/

AUTHOR/CREDITS
     Smuxi, including this tool, was written by	Mirco Bauer.

     This manpage was written by Calvin	Buckley.

FreeBSD	13.0			 March 6, 2014			  FreeBSD 13.0

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