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LIFEOGRAPH(1)						      General Commands Manual						     LIFEOGRAPH(1)

lifeograph - private digital diary SYNOPSIS
lifeograph [--force-welcome] [--open, o DIARY] [--purge-conf] [--set-bg IMAGE] DESCRIPTION
Lifeograph is a digital diary with strong emphasis on privacy. It has a minimalistic and modern gui, designed usability in mind. OPTIONS
--force-welcome Forces program to show the welcome screen. Normally welcome screen is only shown on the first run of Lifeograph. --open, -o DIARY Sets the diary file to be opened. User can still select another file before loggining in. --ignore-locks Enables opening locked diary files. Beware that if a diary file is locked it is probably being edited by another instance of Lifeo- graph or the last session with it did not finish correctly. In either case the lock file may contain unsaved changes. BUGS
If you find a bug, please report it at AUTHORS
Ahmet Ozturk ( 24 Oct 2010 LIFEOGRAPH(1)

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Tangram::Type::Dump::Perl(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    Tangram::Type::Dump::Perl(3pm)

Tangram::Type::Dump::Perl - map any Perl object as scalar dump SYNOPSIS
use Tangram::Core; use Tangram::Type::Dump::Perl; # always $schema = Tangram::Schema->new( classes => { NaturalPerson => { fields => { perl_dump => { diary => # diary is a perl hash { col => 'diarydata', sql => 'TEXT', indent => 0, terse => 1, purity => 0 }, lucky_numbers => 'int', # use defaults } DESCRIPTION
Maps arbitrary Perl data structures by serializing to a string representation. The persistent fields are grouped in a hash under the "perl_dump" key in the field hash. Serialization is done by Data::Dumper, which traverses the Perl data structure and creates a string representation of it. The resulting string will be mapped to the DBMS as a scalar value. During restore, the scalar value will be eval'd to reconstruct the original data structure. As of Tangram 2.07.1, persistent references are safely handled via the Tangram::Type::Dump utility class. The field names are passed in a hash that associates a field name with a field descriptor. The field descriptor may be either a hash or a string. The hash uses the following fields: * col * sql * indent * terse * purity The optional fields "col" and "sql" specify the column name and the column type for the scalar value in the database. If not present, "col" defaults to the field name and "sql" defaults to VARCHAR(255). Values will be always quoted as they are passed to the database. The remaining optional fields control the serialization process. They will be passed down to Data::Dumper as values to the corresponding Data::Dumper options. The default settings are: no indentation ("indent=0"), compact format ("terse=1"), and quick dump ("purity=0"). AUTHOR
This mapping was contributed by Gabor Herr <> perl v5.8.8 2006-03-29 Tangram::Type::Dump::Perl(3pm)
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