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GNOTE(1)						       GNOME User's Manuals							  GNOTE(1)

NAME
gnote - A simple note-taking application for Gnome SYNOPSIS
gnote [OPTION] ... DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the gnote command. Gnote is a desktop note-taking application for Linux and Unix. Simple and easy to use, but with potential to help you organize the ideas and information you deal with every day. Gnote's usefulness lies in the ability to relate notes and ideas together, using a WikiWiki-like linking system. When run without any options, either a Search All Notes window or the Gnote note menu appears in the notification tray area depending on configuration. Selecting a note from a list in Search All Notes or from the menu from notification area displays the note's spatial win- dow. Changes to notes are saved automatically. Links to URLs, files, and other notes are detected as you type. Rich editing such as highlight- ing, bold, italics, undo/redo, and variable font sizes are supported. Global keybindings exist to allow fast access to Gnote notes and dialogs. These keybindings are set in GSettings (see below) and may be activated from any application. OPTIONS
The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with options starting with two dashes (`--'). A summary of options are included below. --background Run Gnote in background. --note-path PATH Specify the path of the directory containing the notes. --new-note Create and display a new note. --new-note TITLE Create and display a new note with the title given. --open-note TITLE/URL Display the existing note matching TITLE or URL. --search Open the search all notes window with the search text. --start-here Display the "Start Here" note. --highlight-search TEXT Search and highlight TEXT in the opened note. --help Show summary of options. --version Show version of program. GSETTINGS SETTINGS
Gnote has several preference settings stored in GSettings. Changes to Settings are applied instantly to any running Gnote instance. A sum- mary of the GConf settings and their purpose are described below. org.gnome.gnote.global-keybindings A GSettings schema for key bindings. Keys are listed below. open-start-here Global X keybinding for displaying the "Start Here" note. The default keybinding is <Alt>F11. show-note-menu Global X keybinding for displaying the Gnote applet's note menu. The default keybinding is <Alt>F12. create-new-note Global X keybinding for creating and displaying a new note. open-recent-changes Global X keybinding for opening the recent changes dialog. open-search Global X keybinding for opening the note search dialog. SEE ALSO
http://live.gnome.org/Gnote/ BUGS
Please enter bug reports in the Gnome Bugzilla bug tracker (http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Gnote). AUTHORS
Hubert Figuiere <hub@figuiere.net> Debarshi Ray <debarshir@src.gnome.org> Aurimas Cernius <aurisc4@gmail.com> This manual page was originally written by Luca Capello <luca@pca.it>. Adapted to Gnote by Hubert Figuiere and Aurimas Cernius gnome April 7, 2009 GNOTE(1)

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NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)

NAME
NOTEDB::dbm - module lib for accessing a notedb from perl SYNOPSIS
# include the module use NOTEDB; # create a new NOTEDB object (the last 4 params are db table/field names) $db = new NOTEDB("mysql","note","/home/user/.notedb/"); # get a single note ($note, $date) = $db->get_single(1); # search for a certain note %matching_notes = $db->get_search("somewhat"); # format of returned hash: #$matching_notes{$numberofnote}->{'note' => 'something', 'date' => '23.12.2000 10:33:02'} # get all existing notes %all_notes = $db->get_all(); # format of returnes hash like the one from get_search above # get the next noteid available $next_num = $db->get_nextnum(); # recount all noteids starting by 1 (useful after deleting one!) $db->set_recountnums(); # modify a certain note $db->set_edit(1, "any text", "23.12.2000 10:33:02"); # create a new note $db->set_new(5, "any new text", "23.12.2000 10:33:02"); # delete a certain note $db->set_del(5); DESCRIPTION
You can use this module for accessing a note database. This is the dbm module. It uses the DB_FILE module to store it's data and it uses DBM files for tis purpose. Currently, NOTEDB module is only used by note itself. But feel free to use it within your own project! Perhaps someone want to implement a webinterface to note... USAGE
please see the section SYNOPSIS, it says it all. AUTHOR
Thomas Linden <tom@daemon.de>. perl v5.10.1 2011-02-12 NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)

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