Peter Münster | 25 Feb 23:25 2015
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sub-titles on Arte

Hi,

There must be something wrong with my VDR-setup, I never see sub-titles
on Arte. This is my channel.conf line:

arte HD;ARD:11493:HC23M5O35P0S1:S19.2E:22000:5111=27:5112=deu <at> 3,5113=fra <at> 3,5117=mis <at> 3;5116=mul <at> 106:5114;5115=deu,5118=fra,5119=deu:0:10302:1:1019:0

How could I get sub-titles for this channel please?

TIA for any hints,
--

-- 
           Peter

P.S.: Thanks to Klaus and the other developers for the latest
improvements!

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Zouhair | 23 Feb 18:35 2015
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"VIM syntax" for VDR channels.conf

Hi,

Did you know if "Vim syntax" of channels.conf is available ?
is a nice to see color in the columns of channels.conf :)

Thanks.

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Klaus Schmidinger | 19 Feb 11:38 2015
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[ANNOUNCE] VDR version 2.2.0 released - Celebrating 15 years of VDR!

VDR version 2.2.0 is now available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/vdr-2.2.0.tar.bz2

A 'diff' against the previous developer version is available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/vdr-2.1.10-2.2.0.diff

MD5 checksums:

8853f64c0fc3d41ffd3b4bfc6f0a14b7  vdr-2.2.0.tar.bz2
2d75806f90a4f1c8b3e30d7568891dc6  vdr-2.1.10-2.2.0.diff

A summary of all the major changes since the last stable version 2.0.0 can be found at

      http://www.tvdr.de/changelog.htm

When updating from an earlier version of VDR please make sure you read the INSTALL
and MANUAL files that come with the VDR source _before_ doing so!
Please make sure you have backup copies of all your configuration files,
and verify carefully that your timers will be set to the correct channels
after switching to this new version.

Thanks to the many people who have contributed in the making, testing and
debugging of this new version of VDR, and also to all users who have been
enjoying VDR over the past 15 years!

Please also visit the VDR homepage at

      http://www.tvdr.de
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cedric.dewijs@telfort.nl | 19 Feb 07:13 2015
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merge 3 recordings of the same show to remove glitches?

Hi vdr list,

I have recorded the same show 3 times. The reception was not optimal, so the are a few places where there are glitches in the recordings. When I play the files with mplayer, i see messages in the terminal as mplayer tries to conceal the errors. The glitches are not in the same place on the 3 recordings. Is there some software that can detect the errors, and then replace the damaged sections with correct data from the other 2 files?

Kind regards,
Cedric

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Halim Sahin | 14 Feb 13:28 2015
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looking for workingvaapi config for xineliboutput

Hi,
I am trying to setup my new vdr using an intel hd graphic device.
Could you please post a working config for xineliboutput?
MfG.
Halim

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Klaus Schmidinger | 13 Feb 16:52 2015
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Coordinating translations for VDR 2.2.0

In order to help translators coordinate their work (and avoid duplicate
work) for the upcoming VDR 2.2.0, I have set up the directory

   ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/Translations

which contains the latest version of all VDR core *.po files.
The file "Untranslated" in this directory contains a list of
all the *.po files that still contain untranslated texts, each
followed by the number of missing translations.
These are currently

ar.po: 54
ca_ES.po: 54
cs_CZ.po: 54
da_DK.po: 187
el_GR.po: 250
es_ES.po: 54
hr_HR.po: 187
nn_NO.po: 315
pt_PT.po: 82
ru_RU.po: 54
sk_SK.po: 54
sl_SI.po: 55
sr_RS.po: 54
tr_TR.po: 187
uk_UA.po: 3
zh_CN.po: 54

I will update these files as translations come in.
If you are considering to contribute translations, please use these
files as your starting point.

The countdown for VDR version 2.2.0 is running, so translations can
only be adopted until next Wednesday, February 19.

Thanks to all translators for their support!

Klaus

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Magnus Sirwiö | 12 Feb 22:42 2015
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Updated Swedish translation strings

Attached is the updated Swedish translations.

If there are other Swedish speaking readers/users I urge you to review the translations added. Especially adding the texts for the adaptive skipping strings proved to be tricky.

- Magnus


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René | 12 Feb 15:38 2015

Restart of frontend

Hi,

First of all i want to thank Klaus for VDR. Vdr has been now "part of my 
life" for roughly 10 years, and i can't imagine myself changing it to 
anything else!

I have finally got time to migrate xineliboutput to softhddevice, but 
this has not been working 100% stable. I have had a couple of 
screen-freezes and screen-blackouts, and the only way to get this fixed 
was by restarting vdr. When using xineliboutput i have solved this by 
simply restarting my windowmanager (lightdm) by using an external 
command that reloads lightdm..

Is there a way that this could be done from vdr itself, eg by reloading 
the softhddevice-plugin with either an external command without stopping 
VDR?

Best Regards,

René

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Klaus Schmidinger | 11 Feb 12:15 2015
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[ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 2.1.10

VDR developer version 2.1.10 is now available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.1.10.tar.bz2

A 'diff' against the previous version is available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.1.9-2.1.10.diff

MD5 checksums:

889f053463e2720f1ad6517cc19e82f6  vdr-2.1.10.tar.bz2
c126fb89a79db55867ae9d9a869569aa  vdr-2.1.9-2.1.10.diff

Approaching version 2.2.0:
==========================

I have decided to release one more developer version because there were
complaints about missing functionality from the "jumpingseconds" and
"binary skip" patches regarding the Green/Yellow and Prev/Next keys, and
I didn't want to cause another "patch frenzy" in this newly refurbished
area of VDR. The other (more important) reason for this additional
developer release was the change in the return value of cOsd::RenderPixmaps(),
which is very important for plugins that implement their own version of
cPixmap, e.g. for use with fast graphics hardware.

If there are no more serious bug reports, the final version 2.2.0 of VDR
shall be released on February 19, 2015, which marks the 15th anniversary
of VDR.
So please test this developer version intensely and report any problems
you might encounter as soon as possible.

The following language files still have the given number of untranslated texts:

ar.po: 54
ca_ES.po: 54
cs_CZ.po: 54
da_DK.po: 187
el_GR.po: 250
es_ES.po: 54
et_EE.po: 3
fi_FI.po: 3
hr_HR.po: 187
hu_HU.po: 4
it_IT.po: 3
lt_LT.po: 3
mk_MK.po: 3
nn_NO.po: 315
pl_PL.po: 54
pt_PT.po: 82
ro_RO.po: 3
ru_RU.po: 54
sk_SK.po: 54
sl_SI.po: 55
sr_RS.po: 54
sv_SE.po: 54
tr_TR.po: 187
uk_UA.po: 3
zh_CN.po: 54

If nobody takes care of these, they will remain untranslated in version 2.2.0.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING TRANSLATIONS IS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18!

The changes since version 2.1.9:

- Updated the Finnish OSD texts (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
- Updated the Macedonian OSD texts (thanks to Dimitar Petrovski).
- Updated the Romanian OSD texts (thanks to Lucian Muresan).
- Updated the Ukrainian OSD texts (thanks to Yarema Aka Knedlyk).
- Added "#REMOTE=LIRC" to Make.config.template (suggested by Martin Dauskardt).
- Updated the Estonian OSD texts (thanks to Arthur Konovalov).
- Increased the width of the left text column in the Setup menus to avoid cutting
   off German texts.
- Added an empty target to the Makefile to make sure the sub-make for libsi is always
   called (thanks to Sören Moch).
- Updated the Italian OSD texts (thanks to Diego Pierotto and Nino Gerbino).
- Updated the Lithuanian OSD texts (thanks to Valdemaras Pipiras).
- The new options "Setup/Replay/Skip distance with Green/Yellow keys" and
   "Setup/Replay/Skip distance with Green/Yellow keys in repeat" can be used to
   configure the number of seconds to skip when pressing these keys once or pressing
   and holding them (based on a patch from Matthias Senzel, originally from Tobias
   Faust).
- The new option "Setup/Replay/Use Prev/Next keys for adaptive skipping" can be used
   to change the behavior of these keys during replay. They normally jump between
   editing marks, but with this option set to 'yes' they will do adaptive skipping.
- The new command line option --chartab can be used to set the default character
   table to use for strings in the DVB data stream that don't begin with a proper
   character table indicator (suggested by Christopher Reimer). The old mechanism
   of using the environment variable VDR_CHARSET_OVERRIDE still works, but is now
   deprecated and may be removed in a future version. The value given in the --chartab
   option takes precedence over that in VDR_CHARSET_OVERRIDE.
- cOsd::RenderPixmaps() now returns a pointer to cPixmap instead of cPixmapMemory
   (suggested by Thomas Reufer). This is necessary to allow plugins with derived
   cPixmap implementations to use this function. Plugins that use this function
   with cPixmapMemory now need to add a dynamic cast to the call, as in

     cPixmapMemory *pm = dynamic_cast<cPixmapMemory *>(RenderPixmaps()));

   They also need to call DestroyPixmap(pm) instead of "delete pm" to properly release
   the resulting pixmap after use.
   The dvbhddevice plugin has been modified accordingly.
- A cPixmap with a negative layer no longer marks any portion of the OSD's view port
   as "dirty" when drawing on it. This may improve performance when drawing on a
   hidden pixmap, because it avoids unnecessary refreshes of the OSD.
- Added a missing initialization of "panning" to the constructor of cPixmapMemory.
- Updated the Dutch OSD texts (thanks to Erik Oomen).
- Updated the French OSD texts (thanks to Régis Bossut).
- Fixed the German translation of "Zap timeout".

Have fun!

Klaus

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Klaus Schmidinger | 8 Feb 15:17 2015
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[ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 2.1.9

VDR developer version 2.1.9 is now available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.1.9.tar.bz2

A 'diff' against the previous version is available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.1.8-2.1.9.diff

MD5 checksums:

59a63596f3fcfe7c81df8e92b4486f78  vdr-2.1.9.tar.bz2
e70d236f79bee5110f763a8109dba3d9  vdr-2.1.8-2.1.9.diff

Approaching version 2.2.0:
==========================

If there are no more serious bug reports, the final version 2.2.0 of VDR
shall be released on February 19, 2015, which marks the 15th anniversary
of VDR.
So please test this developer version intensely and report any problems
you might encounter as soon as possible.

The following language files still have the given number of untranslated texts:

ar.po: 51
ca_ES.po: 51
cs_CZ.po: 51
da_DK.po: 184
el_GR.po: 247
es_ES.po: 51
et_EE.po: 4
fi_FI.po: 1
fr_FR.po: 51
hr_HR.po: 184
it_IT.po: 4
lt_LT.po: 4
mk_MK.po: 51
nl_NL.po: 51
nn_NO.po: 312
pl_PL.po: 51
pt_PT.po: 79
ro_RO.po: 1
ru_RU.po: 51
sk_SK.po: 51
sl_SI.po: 52
sr_RS.po: 51
sv_SE.po: 51
tr_TR.po: 184
uk_UA.po: 4
zh_CN.po: 51

If nobody takes care of these, they will remain untranslated in version 2.2.0.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING TRANSLATIONS IS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18!

The changes since version 2.1.8:

- Fixed a memory leak in case of broken Extended Event Descriptors (thanks to Lars
   Hanisch).
- Fixed the German translation of "Binary skip timeout (s)" (thanks to Matthias
   Senzel).
- Fixed the German translation of "VDR will shut down later - press Power to force".
- Fixed the Finnish translation of "Binary skip timeout (s)" (thanks to Rolf
   Ahrenberg).
- Updated the Lithuanian OSD texts (thanks to Valdemaras Pipiras).
- Added SDNOTIFY to Make.config.template (suggested by Christian Richter). Also
   added NO_KBD and BIDI.
- Added code from the "jumpplay" patch that makes the recording still be considered
   unviewed when stopping replay within RESUMEBACKUP seconds of the first mark.
- The new option "Setup/Replay/Alternate behavior for adaptive skipping" can be used
   to make adaptive skipping only halve the skip distance when the direction changes.
   That way you can reach the desired point in a recording even if you make one too
   many skips in a certain direction (see MANUAL for details).
- Fixed cCamSlot::Assign(), so that it actually ignores the value of Query if Device
   is NULL (as described in the header file).
- Added a missing VDRDIR="$(CWD)" to the clean-plugins target of the Makefile, to
   avoid error messages regarding the missing vdr.pc file.
- Updated the Finnish OSD texts (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
- Updated the Estonian OSD texts (thanks to Arthur Konovalov).
- Updated the Ukrainian OSD texts (thanks to Yarema Aka Knedlyk).
- Updated the Romanian OSD texts (thanks to Lucian Muresan).
- Updated the Hungarian OSD texts (thanks to István Füley).
- Fixed switching channels in the Schedule menu after going through various Now and
   Schedule menus for different channels (reported by Matthias Senzel).
- Fixed setting the Blue button in the Schedule/Now/Next menus, so that it only shows
   "Switch" if the selected event is on a different channel.
- Added "NORDIG" to the list of "DVB/Standard compliance" options and using it to
   restrict the LCN (Logical Channel Numbers) parsing to networks that actually use
   this non-standard feature (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
- In the "Edit recording" menu the '0' key can now be used on the "Name:" field to
   remove the name of the recording and replace it with the last element of the
   recording's folder path name (suggested by Christoph Haubrich). See MANUAL, section
   "Managing folders" for details.
- Updated the Italian OSD texts (thanks to Nino Gerbino).
- The "Select folder" menu now adds the folder names of all existing recordings to
   any names that have been predefined in "folders.conf" (suggested by Sören Moch).
- Updated the Italian OSD texts (thanks to Diego Pierotto).
- Fixed the German translations of "latitude" and "longitude" (they were swapped).
- Updated the Hungarian OSD texts (thanks to Mario Fenneis).
- Modified runvdr.template to improve compatibility with the "bash" and "dash" shells.
- Changed the German translations if the texts related to "binary skipping" (based
   on a suggestion by Thomas Reufer).
- Updated sources.conf to reflect the fact that Astra 4A and SES5 are actually in
   two separate positions (thanks to Arthur Konovalov).
- Fixed cMarks::GetNextBegin() and cMarks::GetNextEnd() (thanks to Stefan Herdler).
   The behavior of these two functions is now exacly as described in the header file.
   Editing marks that are placed at exactly the same offset in a recording are now
   preserved in the cutting process.
- Changed the naming of "binary skip mode" to "adaptive skip mode" (suggested by
   Rolf Ahrenberg and Derek Kelly).
- cDvbPlayer and cReplayControl now use the same list of editing marks. This avoids
   inconsistent behavior with the "Skip edited parts" or "Pause replay at last mark"
   functions when the editing marks are manipulated during replay.
- Fixed setting an empty recording name or folder to a blank in the "Edit recording"
   menu (reported by Christoph Haubrich).
- Added a confirmation before renaming a recording to its folder name (suggested
   by Christoph Haubrich).
- Modified EntriesOnSameFileSystem(), so that it returns 'true' if either of the given
   files doesn't exist (to avoid any actions that might be triggered if files are on
   different file system), and changed handling the 'error' variable in cDirCopier, so
   that it is initialized to 'true' and will only be set to 'false' if the entire
   copy process has been successful (problem reported by Christoph Haubrich).
- Added the UPDATE-2.2.0 file.

Have fun!

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Lars Hanisch | 8 Feb 15:05 2015
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Documentation and thoughts on ARGSDIR (first draft)

Hi,

 I wrote down the thoughts I had in mind when developing the conf.d patch which got integrated in vdr 2.1.7.

 Also I like to give some advice to distributors how I think, this feature should be used. If we can agree on a
consistent naming and file-layout all users can profit.

 At the end there's an RFC for an interface to a not-yet-written tool "vdrctl" for managing the args-conf-files.

 Any comments and improvements are welcome.

Regards,
Lars.

Using ARGSDIR
-------------

The target of the "conf.d patch" is to simplify the start of vdr esp. with the newer init systems Upstart and systemd.
These systems expect a single "exec" line to start a daemon. Additionally they provide mechanism for
monitoring, restart
on failure and controlled stopping on shutdown with defined dependencies.

In the past vdr needed a long list of options, every plugin had to be mentioned, and if a plugin also needs
options, the
commandline gets longer and confusing. There's also the runvdr template for controlling the start and
restart of vdr,
which has to be adjusted to your personally needs, which makes it difficult for distributions to update
these script.
That is why the different distributions developed their own starting mechanisms and reading options for
vdr and plugins
from different files. Now with all options separated from the starting script, it will be easier to share
the same
configuration on different platforms and improve helping each other in adding the right options to your
vdr installation.

By default, the conf-files are located at /etc/vdr/conf.d, of course this can be changed via the
Make.config, but not on
the commandline itself, because a vdr with an option won't read the options from the conf-files to maintain backwards
compatibility, so you can't choose a directory on demand. But what you can do, is to symlink different files
to your
conf.d-directory or even symlink the whole directory, to adjust your configuration. Additionally the
directory can be
retrieved by using "pkg-config --variable=argsdir vdr".

To check the current configuration the vdr would use if you start it right now, you can call "vdr --showargs".

Here's an example from my installation:

  $ vdr --showargs
  --video=/srv/vdr/video.00
  --config=/var/lib/vdr
  --lib=/usr/lib/vdr/plugins
  --record=/usr/lib/vdr/vdr-recordingaction
  --shutdown=/usr/lib/vdr/vdr-shutdown.wrapper
  --epgfile=/var/cache/vdr/epg.data
  --user=vdr
  --grab=/tmp
  --port=6419
  --resdir=/usr/share/vdr
  --cachedir=/var/cache/vdr
  --dirnames=,,1
  --watchdog=0
  --userdump
  --plugin=epg2vdr
  --plugin=channellists
  --plugin=sundtek
  --plugin=avahi4vdr
  --plugin=dbus2vdr --shutdown-hooks=/usr/share/vdr/shutdown-hooks
--shutdown-hooks-wrapper=/usr/share/vdr-plugin-dbus2vdr/shutdown-wrapper --upstart
  --plugin=epgsearch -f /usr/bin/svdrpsend
  --plugin=live --port=8008 --ip=0.0.0.0 --log=INFO --epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages
  --plugin=menuorg
  --plugin=vnsiserver -t 10
  --plugin=streamdev-server
  --plugin=softhddevice -D
  --plugin=epgsearchonly
  --plugin=recsearch
  --plugin=restfulapi --port=8002 --ip=0.0.0.0 --epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages
--channellogos=/usr/share/vdr-channellogos --webapp=/var/lib/vdr/plugins/restfulapi/webapp
  --plugin=quickepgsearch
  --plugin=conflictcheckonly
  --plugin=skindesigner --epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages
  --plugin=dynamite

The corresponding conf file looks like:

#### /etc/vdr/conf.d/vdr.conf
[vdr]
--video=/srv/vdr/video.00
--config=/var/lib/vdr
--lib=/usr/lib/vdr/plugins
--record=/usr/lib/vdr/vdr-recordingaction
--shutdown=/usr/lib/vdr/vdr-shutdown.wrapper
--epgfile=/var/cache/vdr/epg.data
--user=vdr
--grab=/tmp
--port=6419
--resdir=/usr/share/vdr
--cachedir=/var/cache/vdr
--dirnames=,,1
--watchdog=0
--userdump

[epg2vdr]

[channellists]

[sundtek]

[avahi4vdr]

[dbus2vdr]
--shutdown-hooks=/usr/share/vdr/shutdown-hooks
--shutdown-hooks-wrapper=/usr/share/vdr-plugin-dbus2vdr/shutdown-wrapper
--upstart

[epgsearch]
-f /usr/bin/svdrpsend

[live]
--port=8008
--ip=0.0.0.0
--log=INFO
--epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages

[menuorg]

[vnsiserver]
-t 10

[streamdev-server]

[softhddevice]
-D

[epgsearchonly]

[recsearch]

[restfulapi]
--port=8002
--ip=0.0.0.0
--epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages
--channellogos=/usr/share/vdr-channellogos
--webapp=/var/lib/vdr/plugins/restfulapi/webapp

[quickepgsearch]

[conflictcheckonly]

[skindesigner]
--epgimages=/var/cache/vdr/epgimages

[dynamite]
#### end of /etc/vdr/conf.d/vdr.conf

"showargs" takes as an optional parameter a directory. It will read all *.conf files from the given
directory and prints
the corresponding configuration. This is helpful if you have various configurations and want to compare them.

Distributors
------------

In the example above I use a single conf file. For a self maintained installation this may be usable, but from the
perspective of a distributor the configuration should be splitted into one file per plugin and a file for
vdr itself.
With a package manager in mind, it has been approved, when you install a default configuration file with a plugin
package, this file should be placed at /etc/vdr/conf.avail. To activate the plugin, a symlink can be
placed at the
conf.d directory. And with removing the symlink a plugin can easily be deactivated without removing the
whole package.

Keep in mind that even if a plugin doesn't need any arguments, a file with "[pluginname]" is needed, so the
plugin is
loaded. Just like adding "-Ppluginname" to vdr's commandline.

Mostly the order of the plugins is not important, but for those small usecases, where you want to force a
loading order,
the following should be used:

- The file with the options for vdr-core should actually be called "00-vdr.conf" so it will be read first.
- An additional file "01-vdr-dbg.conf" can be used for special debugging options like "--userdump" etc.
- Files for plugins which like to be loaded first, should be named "10-pluginname.conf".
- Files for plugins which like to be loaded last, should be named "90-pluginname.conf".
- Files for all other plugins with independend order should be named "50-pluginname.conf".

vdrctl
------

What I like to see in the future is a tool "vdrctl" which will add/remove those symlinks or list the available or
actived plugins etc. I would like to only specify an API for this tool, so every distribution can develop its
own tool.
Of course there can be a reference implementation like a simple shell-, Perl- or Python-script.

In the following ARGSDIR is the configured conf.d path in your Make.config (or read by pkg-config).
AVAILDIR is ARGSDIR/../conf.avail if not another directory is given.
Filenames are the names of the files without their directory.

Usage:
  vdrctl [global options] command [command options]

Global options:
  --argsdir=<directory>
    read files from <directory> instead of ARGSDIR
  --availdir=<directory>
    read files from <directory> instead of ARGSDIR/../conf.avail

Commands:

list
  (without options)
  print a sorted list of all configuration files from AVAILDIR

  --enabled
  print a sorted list of all configuration files from ARGSDIR

  --disabled
  print a sorted list of all configuration files from AVAILDIR which are not symlinked to ARGSDIR

enable <filename>
  create a symlink in ARGSDIR pointing to the file in AVAILDIR

disable <filename>
  remove the symlink in ARGSDIR

edit <filename>
  start an editor so the user can add/remove options to the file in AVAILDIR

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