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TPARSER(1)	       Husky - Portable	Fidonet	Software	    TPARSER(1)

NAME
       tparser - Parses	Fidoconfig

SYNOPSIS
       tparser [-Dvar=value] [-E] [-P] [/path/to/fido/config]

DESCRIPTION
       tparser	Checks	your Fidoconfig	for errors and gives you some hints to
       solve the problems. If tparser finds an error  NO  Husky	 program  will
       work !

       This  manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution be-
       cause the original program does not have	a manual page.

OPTIONS
       [/path/to/fido/config] Optional path to Fidoconfig. If left  blank  the
       builtin default will be used.

       -h
       --help Print command line parameters

       -Dvar=value Set the config variable var to value

       -E Dumps	config into stdout (all	variables expanded).

       -P Try to create	all nonexistent	directories.

ENVIROMENT
       FIDOCONFIG Points to config file

RETURN VALUE
       0 if there is valid config.

       1 if there is an	error found in config.

FILES
       /etc/fido/config	 Default Fidoconfig (hardcoded on compile time).

NOTES
       All  Husky-Software  is written by various developers. For detailed in-
       formation about the Husky-Team  take  a	look  at  http://husky.source-
       forge.net/team.html.

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was initially written by Joerg Jaspert (JJ) <joerg@go-
       liathbbs.dnsalias.net>, for the Debian GNU/Linux	 system	 (but  may  be
       used by others).

04 April 2001			    tparser			    TPARSER(1)

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