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LinuxTaRT(1)							Signature Generator						      LinuxTaRT(1)

NAME
LinuxTaRT - generates email signatures SYNTAX
tart [options] DESCRIPTION
TaRT generates email signatures based on a variety of rules and settings. It can make use of a template to allow the user to produce 100% customized signatures. OPTIONS
-a, --add Prompt for a new tagline and enter it into the tagline database. (requires write permission on database file). -d, --display Display current signature and exit. -h, --help Display a help message and exit. -k, --kill Terminate TaRT in daemon mode. -p, --proc Display current status and PID (if applicable). -l, --license Display software license. -s, --setup Run built-in configuration tool. --daemon <seconds> Start in daemon momde and wait <seconds> seconds between updates. --template <filename> Run TaRT with the custom file specified here. --config <filename> Run TaRT with the config file specified here. The following options may be set in the configuration file. The command line parameters will override other settings. +/-c Enable/disable signature centering. (disabled) +/-cust Build signature based on template. (enabled) +/-n Enable/disable date in signature. (enabled) +/-q Enable/disable quiet mode. (disabled) +/-sd Enable/disable special dates. (enabled) +/-v Enable/disable TaRT version information in signature. (enabled) FILES
~/.tartrc Configuration file, the location and name of the following files can be set here. /etc/tart.tags Tagline database. Contains taglines, one per line. ~/.signature File where signature is written. ~/.tart-tustom Signature template. ~/.tartdates List of special dates. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
HOME Specifies the users home directory EXAMPLES
To run TaRT using default or stored settings: tart To run TaRT quietly: tart +q To run TaRT as a daemon and generate a new signature every 5 minutes: tart --daemon 300 VERSION
This man page was written for LinuxTaRT version 3.08 AUTHORS
Mark Veinot <mveinot@gmail.com> SEE ALSO
tartrc(5) tartdates(5) tart-custom(5) Mark Veinot 1.0.2 LinuxTaRT(1)

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LinuxTaRT(1)							Signature Generator						      LinuxTaRT(1)

NAME
LinuxTaRT - generates email signatures SYNTAX
tart [options] DESCRIPTION
TaRT generates email signatures based on a variety of rules and settings. It can make use of a template to allow the user to produce 100% customized signatures. OPTIONS
-a, --add Prompt for a new tagline and enter it into the tagline database. (requires write permission on database file). -d, --display Display current signature and exit. -h, --help Display a help message and exit. -k, --kill Terminate TaRT in daemon mode. -p, --proc Display current status and PID (if applicable). -l, --license Display software license. -s, --setup Run built-in configuration tool. --daemon <seconds> Start in daemon momde and wait <seconds> seconds between updates. --template <filename> Run TaRT with the custom file specified here. --config <filename> Run TaRT with the config file specified here. The following options may be set in the configuration file. The command line parameters will override other settings. +/-c Enable/disable signature centering. (disabled) +/-cust Build signature based on template. (enabled) +/-n Enable/disable date in signature. (enabled) +/-q Enable/disable quiet mode. (disabled) +/-sd Enable/disable special dates. (enabled) +/-v Enable/disable TaRT version information in signature. (enabled) FILES
~/.tartrc Configuration file, the location and name of the following files can be set here. /etc/tart.tags Tagline database. Contains taglines, one per line. ~/.signature File where signature is written. ~/.tart-tustom Signature template. ~/.tartdates List of special dates. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
HOME Specifies the users home directory EXAMPLES
To run TaRT using default or stored settings: tart To run TaRT quietly: tart +q To run TaRT as a daemon and generate a new signature every 5 minutes: tart --daemon 300 VERSION
This man page was written for LinuxTaRT version 3.08 AUTHORS
Mark Veinot <mveinot@gmail.com> SEE ALSO
tartrc(5) tartdates(5) tart-custom(5) Mark Veinot 1.0.2 LinuxTaRT(1)
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