Provided by: xmltv-util_0.6.1-1_all bug


       tv_grab_fr - Grab TV listings for France.


        To configure:
          tv_grab_fr --configure [--config-file FILE] [--gui OPTION]
        To grab listings:
          tv_grab_fr [--config-file FILE] [--output FILE] [--days N]
           [--offset N] [--quiet] [--debug]
        To list available channels:
          tv_grab_fr --list-channels
        To show capabilities:
          tv_grab_fr --capabilities
        To show version:
          tv_grab_fr --version
          tv_grab_fr --help


       Output TV listings for many channels available in France (Orange, Free,
       cable/ADSL/satellite, Canal+ Sat).  The data comes from  The default is to
       grab 7 days, but there are usually 14 days of listings available from the current day

       Grabbing speed varies, but is typically 1-2 minutes/day/channel.

       --configure Choose which bouquets/channels to grab listings data for.

       --list-channels List all available channels.

       --config-file FILE Use FILE as config file instead of the default config file. This allows
       for different config files for different applications.

       --gui OPTION Use this option to enable a graphical interface to be used.  OPTION may be
       'Tk', or left blank for the best available choice.  Additional allowed values of OPTION
       are 'Term' for normal terminal output (default) and 'TermNoProgressBar' to disable the use
       of Term::ProgressBar.

       --output FILE Write to FILE rather than standard output.

       --days N Grab N days (default 7, maximum 14) starting from today.

       --offset N Start grabbing N days from today, rather than starting today.

       --quiet Suppress the progress messages normally written to standard error.

       --debug Provide additional debugging messages during processing.

       --capabilities Show which capabilities the grabber supports. For more information, see

       --version Show the version of the grabber.

       --help Print a help message and exit.




       The current version of the script was rewritten by Nick Morrott, knowledgejunkie at gmail
       dot com, to support the new site.

       The original author was Sylvain Fabre, centraladmin at lahiette dot com, with patches
         - Francois Gouget, fgouget at free dot fr,
         - Geoff Westcott, honir999 at gmail dot com,
         - Karl Dietz, dekarl at spaetfruehstuecken dot org,
         - Niel Markwick, nielm at bigfoot dot com,
         - Zubrick, zubrick at number6 dot ch,
         - and many more!