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qlmanage(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					       qlmanage(1)

qlmanage -- Quick Look Server debug and management tool SYNOPSIS
qlmanage -r qlmanage -m [name ...] qlmanage -t [-d debugLevel] [-x] [-i] [-s size] [-f factor] [-c contentTypeUTI [-g generator]] [file ...] qlmanage -p [-d debugLevel] [-x] [-c contentTypeUTI [-g generator]] [file ...] qlmanage -h DESCRIPTION
qlmanage allows you to test your Quick Look generators and manage Quick Look Server. The following usages are available: 1. qlmanage -r resets Quick Look Server and all Quick Look client's generator cache. 2. qlmanage -m gets all sort of information on Quick Look server including the list of detected generators. 3. qlmanage -t displays the Quick Look generated thumbnails (if available) for the specified files. 4. qlmanage -p displays the Quick Look generated previews for the specified files. 5. qlmanage -h displays extensive help. Mac OS X March 29, 2007 Mac OS X

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DateTime::Format::Builder::Parser::Quick(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	     DateTime::Format::Builder::Parser::Quick(3pm)

DateTime::Format::Builder::Parser::Quick - Use another formatter, simply SYNOPSIS
use DateTime::Format::Builder ( parsers => { parse_datetime => [ { Quick => 'DateTime::Format::HTTP' }, { Quick => 'DateTime::Format::Mail' }, { Quick => 'DateTime::Format::IBeat' }, ]}); is the same as: use DateTime::Format::HTTP; use DateTime::Format::Mail; use DateTime::Format::IBeat; use DateTime::Format::Builder ( parsers => { parse_datetime => [ sub { eval { DateTime::Format::HTTP->parse_datetime( $_[1] ) } }, sub { eval { DateTime::Format::Mail->parse_datetime( $_[1] ) } }, sub { eval { DateTime::Format::IBeat->parse_datetime( $_[1] ) } }, ]}); (These two pieces of code can both be found in the test suite; one as quick.t, the other as fall.t.) DESCRIPTION
"Quick" adds a parser that allows some shortcuts when writing fairly standard and mundane calls to other formatting modules. SPECIFICATION
"Quick" has two keys, one optional. The "Quick" keyword should have an argument of either an object or a class name. If it's a class name then the class is "use"d. The "method" keyword is optional with a default of "parse_datetime". It's either name of the method to invoke on the object, or a reference to a piece of code. In any case, the resultant code ends up looking like: my $rv = $Quick->$method( $date ); THANKS
See the main module's section. SUPPORT
Support for this module is provided via the email list. See for more details. Alternatively, log them via the CPAN RT system via the web or email: This makes it much easier for me to track things and thus means your problem is less likely to be neglected. LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright X Iain Truskett, 2003. All rights reserved. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.000 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. The full text of the licences can be found in the Artistic and COPYING files included with this module, or in perlartistic and perlgpl as supplied with Perl 5.8.1 and later. AUTHOR
Iain Truskett <> SEE ALSO
"" mailing list. perl, DateTime, DateTime::Format::Builder perl v5.10.1 2010-03-14 DateTime::Format::Builder::Parser::Quick(3pm)
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