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email-based gopherlog generator
scribo turns emails into a gopherlog,
(also named "rlog", or "phlog").
Each mail will be parsed, and written out in plain text. The subject and date of the email are extracted from the headers (according to rfc5322), and used to add a title, and date to each entry.
Emails are read from stdin by default, or file if specified.
scribowill try to change to this directory, and stop processing if it cannot change to this directory, or write files into it.
scribo from an
email@example.com |/usr/local/bin/scribo -b /var/gopher/rlog -a firstname.lastname@example.org -x "fmt -w 69"
Every mail received at email@example.com will update the gopher log in /var/gopher/rlog. Every entry will be filtered through fmt(1) to limit text width at 69 chars (for sweet gopher rendering).
scribo from the user's .forward
file, located at ~user/.forward :
"|/usr/local/bin/scribo -b ~/public_gopher"
-cflag to pass the command string.
Willy Goiffon <firstname.lastname@example.org>