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gourmet - A Gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list generator
This manual page describes briefly the gourmet command. Gourmet Recipe Manager is a Gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list generator intended for the GNOME desktop environment (though it does not need all the GNOME libraries). Gourmet can import Mealmaster(tm) files and can export recipes in a number of formats, including text, RTF and web pages. Gourmet also can calculate nutritional information for recipes.
--database-url=DB_URL Custom url for database of form driver://args/location --plugin-directory=HTML_PLUGIN_DIR Directory for webpage import filter plugins. --use-threads Enable threading support. --disable-threads Disable threading support. --gourmet-directory=GOURMETDIR Gourmet configuration directory. --debug-threading-interval=THREAD_DEBUG_INTERVAL Interval for threading debug calls. --debug-threading Print debugging information about threading. --debug-file=DEBUG_FILE Regular expression that matches filename(s) whose code we want to display debug messages from. -q Don't print gourmet error messages. --showtimes Print timestamps on debug statements. -v Be verbose (extra v's will increase the verbosity level. --gourmet-base=DATAD Root directory for gourmet data files. --disable-psyco Do not use psyco if it is installed. --version show version number and exit. -h, --help show this help message and exit
Thomas Hinkle <Thomas_Hinkle@alumni.brown.edu> This manual page was written by Francois Wendling <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). September 2008 gourmet(1)