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pyntor-components(1)						      Pyntor						      pyntor-components(1)

NAME
pyntor-components - manage components for the presentation program Pyntor SYNOPSIS
pyntor-components [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
Pyntor-components is a helper utility which deals with all the components which are made available to Pyntor. Components can reside in the installation directory, but the user can override them with a user directory and again with components in the current directory. Pyntor- components helps to sort through the available components by listing them. In case the component comes with documentation included, it can be displayed as well. OPTIONS
-l, --list Displays a formatted list of all components. For each component, all occurrences are reported, which might be between one and three directories. -d, --doc=component Displays the documentation for the specified component. If no documentation is included, or the component could not be loaded, an error is displayed instead. -u, --update Displays a graphical dialog which allows the download of new components via the GHNS (Get Hot New Stuff) framework. Components are installed into ~/.pyntor/components and can be used immediately. This is an experimental feature based on the SDLNewStuff library. -v, --version Displays the version number of Pyntor-components. -h, --help Displays a summary of all available command line options. AUTHORS
Josef Spillner <josef@coolprojects.org> SEE ALSO
pyntor(1), pyntor-selfrun(1) Cool Projects 0.6 pyntor-components(1)

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MHPARAM(1)                                                           [nmh-1.5]                                                          MHPARAM(1)

NAME
mhparam - print nmh profile and context components SYNOPSIS
mhparam [components] [-all] [-component | -nocomponent] [-version] [-help] DESCRIPTION
mhparam writes the value of the specified profile component to the standard output separated by newlines. If the profile component is not present, the default value (or nothing if there is no default) is printed. If the switch -component is given, then the component name is displayed along with the profile components value. This can be disabled with the switch -nocomponent. If more than one component is specified in the components list, then the switch -component is on by default. If only one component is specified, then the switch -nocomponent is on by default. If -all is specified, then all components in the nmh profile are displayed and other arguments are ignored. Examples: % mhparam path Mail % mhparam mhlproc /usr/lib/mh/mhl % mhparam -component Path Path: Mail % mhparam AliasFile rmmproc AliasFile: aliases rmmproc: rmmproc % mhparam -nocomponent AliasFile rmmproc aliases rmmproc % mhparam path nonexistent context Path: Mail context: context mhparam is also useful in back-quoted operations: % fgrep cornell.edu `mhpath +`/`mhparam aliasfile` EXIT STATUS
mhparam returns the number of components that were not found. FILES
$HOME/.mh_profile The user profile or $MH Rather than the standard profile <mh-dir>/context The user context or $MHCONTEXT Rather than the standard context PROFILE COMPONENTS
context: To determine the context file SEE ALSO
mh-profile(5) DEFAULTS
`-nocomponent' if only one component is specified `-component' if more than one component is specified `components' defaults to none CONTEXT
None MH.6.8 11 June 2012 MHPARAM(1)
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