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       granule - a flashcards program.


       Granule  is  a flashcard program that implements Leitner cardfile methodology for learning
       new words. It features both short-term and long-term  memory  training  capabilities  with


       granule [OPTIONS]


       -D, --log-file=NAME     - Write debug to NAME file

       -z, --log-size=NUM      - Maximum size debug file can reach (dfl: is 10Mb)

       --config-file=NAME      - Specify a fully-qualified path to the
              alternative configuration file.

       -d, --log-stdout=YESNO  - Write debug to standard output

       --with-log-server=YESNO - Redirect log messages to the log server

       --log-server=NAME       - Define assa-logd server address

       -c, --log-level=NUM     - Log verbosity

       -m, --mask=MASK         - Mask (default: 0x0; all=0x7fffffff)

       0x00000001 - (TRACE)
              Dependencies trace.

       0x00000002 - (GRAPP)
              Log general program flow

              0x00000004  - (GUITRACE) Log every function entry/leave 0x00000008 - (DECK)     Log
              Deck-related operations 0x00000010 - (GEOM)     Log geometry changes  0x00000020  -
              (ERROR)     General  errors  0x02000000  -  (KEYIN)    Log keyboard input activitiy
              0x04000000 - (CSVPARSER) CSV parser 0x08000000  -  (VERIFY)    Answer  Verification

       --secs-in-day=NUM       - Number of seconds in a day (used for debugging)

       --secs-in-week=NUM      - Number of seconds in a week (used for debugging)

       --dump-cardboxes=YESNO  - Dump content of each cardbox to a file,
              cardbox{1..5}.dat after every card movement.

       --gtk-options=OPTIONS   - A list of Gtk+ options to pass on. For example,

            o --g-fatal-warnings     - make all warnings fatal.

            o --disable-crash-dialog - when application crashes suppress GNOME crash dialog.

       -h, --help              - Print this message

       -v, --version           - Print version number


       Written by Vladislav Grinchenko


       The full documentation for granule is maintained at sourceforge in a variety of formats.