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Langue: en

Version: 255901 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


pyntor-components - manage components for the presentation program Pyntor


pyntor-components [OPTIONS]


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.


-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.


Josef Spillner <>


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four a's, one b, three c's, four a's, one b, three c's,
three d's, thirty-nine e's, three d's, thirty-five e's,
ten f's, one g, eight h's, seven f's,four g's,eleven h's,
eight i's, one j, one k, eleven i's, one j, one k,
four l's,one m,twenty-three n's one l, one m, twenty-six n's
fifteen o's, one p, one q, fifteen o's, one p, one q,
nine r's, twenty-three s's, ten r's, twenty-three s's,
twenty-one t's, four u's, twenty-two t's, four u's,
seven v's, six w's, three v's, five w's,
two x's, five y's, two x's, five y's,
and one and one
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-- Sallows, Lee