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XDDUMP(1)		    General Commands Manual		     XDDUMP(1)

NAME
       xddump -	dump an	XDiary calendar	to file

SYNOPSIS
       xddump [-usage] [xdiaryOption ...]

DESCRIPTION
       xddump  reads a calendar	and saves the entries in a file	or the entries
       are displayed on	the screen. xddump can be used to make a backup	 of  a
       calendar	or to display the calendar on a	character terminal.

       xddump produces a tagged	file where each	entry is split into components
       (such as	alarm offsets, flags, entry text etc.)	which  are  identified
       with  a	tag. The tagged	file can then be used by other utilities.  One
       utility that uses the  output  file  from  xddump  is  xdrestore	 which
       restores	a calendar from	a tagged file.

       xddump  can  be	run  in	either display mode or backup mode. In display
       mode, the contents of a calendar	is displayed on	the  screen  while  in
       backup mode, a tagged file is written.

       In  display  mode,  xddump  provides  a	'hook' for your	own customized
       output. The tagged file produced	by xddump is passed to	a  program  or
       shell  script you provide. This allows you to customize the output from
       xddump.

OPTIONS
       xddump supports several options which are described in the  XDiary  on-
       line help.

FILES
       $HOME/Diary
       $HOME/XDiary.backup

SEE ALSO
       The built in help in XDiary.

AUTHOR
       Roger Larsson (llg@ubszh.ch.net)

       Comments, suggestions, and bug reports are always welcome.

				     XDiary			     XDDUMP(1)

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